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Cheryl Harness Papers: Papers 3

Cheryl Harness Papers 3

 

Cheryl Harness Papers 3           

 

Collection Inventory

 

Box 8
19 1/4" X 25 1/4" X 2 1/2"

     Harness, Cheryl. Young Teddy Roosevelt.  Washington DC: National Geographic, 1998.                

          1. Cover, title page, pp. 2-17, 28-29, 36-37—11 ½” X 17”—Pictures and text—Media: Pencil
          
2. Book dummy—8 ¾” X 11 ¼”—Pictures and text
          3. 
Book jacket—12 7/8” X 16 3/8”—Teddy rowing a boat—Media: Watercolor
        
 4. Pages 1-2—20” X 13 ½”—Brownstone in New York where teddy was born.
          5. 
Pages 3-4—19 7/8” X 13 ¼”—Father helping homeless children’ Teddy’s family—Media: Watercolor
          6. Pages 5-6—20” X 13 ½”—Union army; Teddy playing in Union uniform—Media: Watercolor
          7. 
Pages 7-8—19 7/8” X 13 3/8”—Teddy fighting asthma; Teddy-the naturalist—Media: Watercolor
          8. Pages 9-10—19 7/8: X 13 ½”—Map of European tour; Teddy working to become stronger—Media: Watercolor
          9. 
Pages 34-35—19 7/8” X 13 3/8”—Roosevelt running for political office—Media: Watercolor
        10. 
Page 35—10 ½” X 12 ¾”—Lincoln and Johnson with border for text—Media: Proof
        11. Page 35—11 ¼” X 13 7/8”--Lincoln and Johnson with border for text—Media: Watercolor
        12. Pages 36-37—20” X 13 3/8”—Roosevelt became President after McKinley’s death—Media: Watercolor
        13.
 Page 35—10 ½” X 12 ¾”—Lincoln and Johnson with border for text—Media: Proof
        14. 
Page 35—11 ¼” X 13 7/8”--Lincoln and Johnson with border for text—Media: Watercolor
        15. 
Pages 11-12—20” X 13 ½”—Teddy and family on tour of Europe—Media: Watercolor
        16. 
Pages 15-16—19 7/8” X 13 ¼”—Teddy learning of father’s death; marrying Alice Lee—Media: Watercolor
        17. Pages 17-18—20” X 13 ½”—Theodore having fun at a dance; as a member of State Assembly in Albany—Media:      
              
Watercolor
        18. Pages 19-20—19 7/8” X 13 ¼”—Theodore on horseback—Media: Watercolor
       
19. Pages 21-22—19 7/8” X 13 3/8”—Theodore works at a cattleman—Media: Watercolor
        20. 
Pages 30-31—20” X 13 3/8”—Soldiers leaving for Spanish-American War—Media: Watercolor

     
Harness, Cheryl. Midnight in the Cemetery: A Spooky Search-and-Find Alphabet Book. New York: Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers, 1999.
          
Illustrated by Robin Brickman

         
 1. Handwritten text—8 ½” X 11”
          2. 
Pages 25, 27-28—8 ½” X 11”—Copy of Text

     Harness, Cheryl. George Washington.  Washington DC: National Geographic, 2000.

1.Book cover, pp. 2-3, 6-13, 16-21, 26-29, 34-47—16 ⅞” X 11 ¼”—Pictures and text—Media: Pencil
2. 
Page Lay-out Sheets—8 ½” X 11”—2 pages original; 3 pages copies
3. 
Pages 6-7—15” X 20”—Surveying and measuring land; George and Martha dancing with friends—Media:      
    Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
4. 
Pages 14-15—20” X 15”—Washington speaks to Second Continental Congress—Media: Watercolor
5. 
Pages 16-17—19 ¼” X 13 ¾”—Map of Revolutionary War in the 13 colonies—Media: Watercolor
6. 
Pages 26-27—19 1/8” X 13 7/8”—Movements of American, British and French troops—Media: Watercolor
7. 
Pages 36-37—20” X 15”—George and Martha in coach—Media: Watercolor
8. 
Pages 38-39—19 ½” X 15 1/8”—George with his Cabinet of Advisers—Media: Watercolor
9. 
Pages 40-41—19 3/8” X 15”—Building the White House—Media: Watercolor

Harness, Cheryl.
 Ghosts of the 20th Century.  New York: Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2000.

 1. Research materials
 2. 
Book jacket, title page, pp. 1-4, 7-26, 29-34, 39-40, Back cover-- 22 3/8" X12 1/4"; 20 1/2" x 10 1/2"—Pictures and text Media: Pencil
 3. 
Book dummy—10” X 10”—Pictures and text
 4. 
Pages 7-8—22 ¼” X 12 1/8”—World War I-the Great War—Media: Watercolor
 5. 
Pages 10-11—22 ⅜” X 12 ¼”—Josh and Albert with the Wright Brothers and their plane—Media:  Watercolor/Ink/Color
     Pencils
 6. 
Pages 20-21—22 ⅜” X 12 ¼”—Second World War—Media: Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencils
 7. 
Pages 24-25—22 ⅜” X 12 ¼”—The fifties:  sock hop, Korean War—Media:   Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencils
 8. 
Pages 26-27—22 ⅜” X 12 ¼”—Educational integration and the New Frontier--Media:  Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencils
 9. 
Pages 34-35—22 ⅜” X 12 ¼”—The nineties: two children chatting by electronic mail--Media:  Watercolor/Ink/Color
     Pencils
10. 
Pages 36-37—Pages 36-37—Josh and Albert watch fireworks during the millennium celebration--Media: 
      Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
11. 
Pages 42-43—22 ⅜” X 12 ¼”—Twentieth century people--Media:  Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencils
12. 
Pages 44-45—22 ⅜” X 12 ¼”—World map from the beginning and end of the 20th century—Media:     
      
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
13. 
Pages 44-45—22 ⅜” X 12 ¼”—World map from the beginning and end of the 20th century—Media:  20" X 14"
14. 
Book Dummy—10” X 11”—Pictures and text—Media: Print; pencil

Box 9
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Harness, Cheryl. Remember the Ladies. New York: HarperCollins, 2001.

  1. Manuscript—8 ½” X 11”—Pictures and text
  2. 
Front cover—7 ⅞” X 7 ½”—Lettering—Media: Ink
  3. 
Front cover—6 ¾” X 10 ½”—Lettering—Media: Ink/Color Pencil
  4. 
Title page—13 7/8” X 14 7/8”—Statue of Liberty—Media: Watercolor
  5. 
Pages 6-7—20” X 14”—Virginia Dare, Pocahontas, Priscilla Mullins Alden, Anne Bradstreet—Media:
      
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
  6. 
Pages 8-9—20” X 14”—Phyllis Wheatley, Mercy Otis Warren, Abigail Adams—Media: Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
  7. 
Pages 12-13—20” X 14”—Sacagawea, Anna Lee, Emma Willard, Dolley Madison—Media: Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
  8. 
Pages 14-15—20” X 14”—Sarah Grimke, Abigail Scott Duniway, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott—Media:
      
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
  9. 
Pages 18-19—20” X 14”—Harriet Tubman, Clara Barton—Media: Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil                      
10. 
Pages 20-21—20” X 14”—Victoria Woodhull, Louisa May Alcott, Sarah Winnemucca, Annie Oakley, Calamity Jane,
     Sarah Josepha Hale—Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
11. 
Pages 22-23—20” X 14”—Nellie Bly, Belva Lockwood, Lucy Stone, Mary Cassatt, Carry Nation—Media:
      
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
12.
Pages 24-25—20” X 14”—Jane Addams, Helen Keller, Mother Jones, Harriet Quimby,  Madame C. J. Walker—Media:
      
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
13. 
Pages 26-27—20” X 14”—Mary Pickford, Margaret Sanger, Ida Bell Wells-Barnett, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Juliette
      Gordon “Daisy” Low—Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
14. 
Pages 28-29—20” X 14”—Alice Paul, Carrie Chapman Catt, Annie Smith Peck, Gertrude Ederle, Clara Bow, Annie Jump
      Cannon—Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
15. 
Pages 30-31—20” X 14”--Mary McLeod Bethune, Frances Perkins, Marian Anderson, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Shirley
     Temple, Amelia Earhart—Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
16. 
Pages 32-33—20” X 14”--Jacqueline Cochran, Eleanor Roosevelt,  Katherine Dunham, Babe Didrikson Zaharias,
      Margaret Bourke-White, Georgia O’Keeffe—Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
17. 
Pages 34-35—20” X 14”--Rosa Parks, Margaret Mead, Marie Tallchief, Wilma Rudolph, Lucille Ball—Media:
      Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
18. 
Pages 36-37—20” X 14”--Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis, Sylvia Earle, Rachel Carson, Betty Friedan—Media:
      
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
19. 
Pages 38-39—20” X 14”--Shirley Chisholm, Jeannette Rankin, Dian Fossey, Joan Ganz Cooney, Julia Child--Media:Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
20. 
Pages 40-41—20” X 14”—Gloria Steinem, Barbara Jordan, Sarah Caldwell, Barbara Walters, Katherine Graham, Billie    
     Jean King—Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
21. 
Pages 42-43—20” X 14”—Maya Ying Lin, Grace Hopper, Sandra Day O’Connor, Antonia Novello, Sally Ride, Oprah      
      Winfrey, Martha Stewart—Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
22. 
Pages 44-45—20” X 14”—Maya Angelou, Madeleine Albright, Toni Morrison, Jody Williams, Julie Taymor, Ruth J.
      Simmons—Media:
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
23. 
Page 51-- 9 ⅝" X 12 ⅜"—Lettering—“Down the Years with the Ladies”—Media: Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
24. 
Pages 46-47—20” X 14”—Abigail Adams gazing at a computer monitor surrounded by other ladies

Harness, Cheryl. Ghosts of the Civil War.  New York: Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2002.

  1. Book cover, pp. 4-5, 10-11, 16-34, 36-47—Various sizes—Text and pictures—Media: Pencil

Box 10
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     Harness, Cheryl. Rabble Rousers.  New York: Dutton Children’s Books, 2003

          1. 
Book jacket—19” X 13 ¼”—Rabble rousers marching together with American flag being led by Sojourner Truth—Media Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
          2. 
Title page—9 ⅞” X 12 ¼”—Lady carrying rabble rouser banner—Media: Watercolor
          3. 
Page 8—7” X 7 ⅜”—Anna Lee-Mother of American Shakers—Media: Watercolor
          4. 
Page 8—7 ½” X 4 ½”—Mill owners in carriage passing workers—Media: Watercolor
          5. 
Page 10—7” X 7 ¼”—Frances Wright-passionate patriot—Media: Watercolor
          6. 
Page 10—9” X 7 ¾”—Fanny Wright giving a patriotic speech—Media: Watercolor
          7. 
Page 12—7” X 7 ¼”—Emma Hart Willard-equal opportunity educator—Media: Watercolor
          8. 
Page 14—7” X 7 ¼”—Sojourner Truth-preaching truth and freedom-- Media: Watercolor
          9. 
Pages 14-15—7 ⅝” X 7 ¾”—Doing laundry; Sojourner traveling down a road-- Media: Watercolor
        10. 
Page 18—7” x 7 ¼”—Mary Ann Shadd Cary-abolitionist activist-- Media: Watercolor
        11. Pages  18-19—8 ¼” x 11 ¾”—Folks running from slavery; working at desk as school principal-- Media: Watercolor
        12. 
Pages 22-23—Susan B. Anthony meeting with Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Women from National American Suffrage        
               Association-- Media:
Watercolor
        13. 
Page 26-27—7 ¾” X 8 ½”—Dr. Mary Edwards Walker-Civil War heroine and reformer wearing Congressional Medal of Honor; Streets of New York City--                                               
              Media:
Watercolor
        14. Page 28—7 ⅛” X 7 ½”—Frances E. Willard-temperance activist-- Media: Watercolor
        15. 
Pages 28-29—7 ½” X 10 ¾”—Woman’s Christian Temperance Union protesting at a saloon; Women of WCTU holding a
              banner-- Media:
Watercolor
        16. 
Pages 30-31—11 ½” x 4 ¾”—Mary Lease doing laundry on the Kansas prairie; giving a speech-- Media: Watercolor
        17. 
Page 30—7” X 7 ½”—Mary E. Lease-Populist “Joan of Arc of Kansas”
        18. 
Page 32—7” X 7 ½”—Ida Bell Wells-Barnett—anti-lynching campaign-- Media: Watercolor
        19 .Page 33—7” X 7 ½”—Jane Addams-social worker in the mankind business-- Media: Watercolor
        20. 
Page 36—7 ⅛” X 7 ½”—Mary Harris Jones—Champion of the Labor Union-- Media: Watercolor
        21. 
Page 40—7 ⅛” X 7 ½”—Margaret Sanger-Birth Control Activist-- Media: Watercolor
        22. 
Pages 40, 41, 42, 57—13 ¼” X 10”—Margaret Sanger and family; starting Planned Parenthood; Alice Paul demonstrating  for women’s right to vote; Doris Haddock arriving
              in Washington, DC-- Media:
Watercolor
        23. Page 42—7 ⅛” X 7 ½”—Alice Paul-Suffragist; the last push for the vote-- Media: Watercolor
        24. 
Page 46—7 ¼” X 7 ½”—Eleanor Roosevelt-first lady of the world-- Media: Watercolor
        25. 
Pages 48-49—7 ⅝” X 9 ⅜” –Fannie Lou Hamer and voter’s registration
        26. Page 48—7” X 7 ½”—Fannie Lou Hamer-Champion of the Civil Rights Movement-- Media: Watercolor
        27. 
Page 52—7 ⅛” X 7 ¾”—Betty Friedan-Feminist-- Media: Watercolor
        28. Pages 50-51—11” X 9 ¾”—Tension during Civil Rights Movement-- Media: Watercolor
        29. 
Pages 52-56—13 ½” X 10”—Marching for finance reform; migrant workers; equal rights; family in kitchen-- Media: Watercolor
        30. Page 54—7” X 7 ¾”—Dolores Huerta-Champion of Migrant Farmworkers-- Media: Watercolor
        31. 
Page 56—7” X 7 ½”—Doris Haddock-Champion of Government Reform-- Media: Watercolor
        32. 
Back jacket flap—5 ½” X 7 ½”—Cheryl Harness-author/illustrator-- Media: Watercolor
        33. Pages 44-45—17” X 11”—Full size women marching for right to vote—Media: Proof

     
Harness, Cheryl. Revolutionary John Adams.  Washington DC: National Geographic, 2003.

          1. 
Cover, pp. 2-29, 32-39—17 ¼” X 12 ½”—Pictures and text—Media: Pencil
          2. R
esearch material—8 ½” X 11”
          3. 
Book reviews—8 ½” X 11”
          4. 
Book cover—10 1/8” X 7 ½”—Lettering for cover—Media: Ink
          5. 
Pages 20-21—18 7/8” X 13”—Adams and Franklin discuss opening a window—Media: Watercolor
          6. 
Pages 22-23—18 7/8” X 13”—Adams and son, John Quincy, sail to Europe—Media: Watercolor
          7. 
Page 23—5 ½” X 8”—Border for text—Media: Watercolor
          8. 
Pages 28-29—9 ¼” X 12 ¼”—Text over watercolor background—Media: Watercolor
          9. 
Pages 36-37—13 ¼” X 19”—Adams writes to Jefferson—Media: Watercolor
        10. 
Pages 38-39—19” X 13 ¼”—World of President Adams 1797-1801—Media: Watercolor

     
Harness, Cheryl. Franklin and Eleanor. New York: Dutton Children’s Books, 2004.

          1. 
Pages 32-33—18 ¾” X 11 ¾”—Eleanor visiting the poor; press conference; Marian Anderson performing at Lincoln Memorial—Media: Pencil
          2. 
Page 4—21” X 13 ¾”—Franklin on pony with his mother, Sara, beside him—Media: Watercolor
          3. Page 5—9 ½” X 11”—Franklin, with his parents, meets President Cleveland—Media: Watercolor
          4. 
Page 5—10” X 12 1/8”—Franklin, with his parents, meets President Cleveland—Media: Watercolor
          5. 
Pages 10-11—20 ⅞” X 13 ½”—Background-Eleanor, as a child, with her mother—Media: Watercolor/Ink
          6. 
Pages 10-11—13 ½” X 11 ½”—Different from one used in book; Franklin and Eleanor as Young Adults; Ink drawing with
              overlay—Media: Watercolor/Ink
          7. 
Pages 12-13—21 3/8” X 14”—Background-Franklin and Eleanor as teenager-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
          8. 
Pages 14-15—20 ⅞” X 13 ⅞”—Background-Franklin and Eleanor as young adults-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
          9. 
Page 15—9 5/8” X 10 ¾”—Roosevelt children visiting with ill Franklin—Media: Watercolor
        10. 
Pages 16-17—21 ⅛” X 14”—Background-Franklin and Eleanor with Anna, their oldest child-- Media: Watercolor/Ink
               —
Signed
        11. Pages 20-21—21” X 13 ½”—Background-Eleanor upset after Franklin fell down-- Media: Watercolor/Ink
        12. 
Pages 24-25—20 ⅝” X 13 ⅝”—Background-Franklin with a newspaper about the stock market crash-- Media:
              
Watercolor/Ink
        13. 
Pages 26-27—21 ½” X 13 ¾”—Background-Franklin and Eleanor working to make life better in New York-- Media:
              
Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        14. 
Pages 28-29—21 ¼” X 13 ¾”—Background-Franklin and Eleanor prepare for inauguration-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        15. 
Pages 31—21 ⅛” X 13 ½”--Background-Eleanor standing-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        16. 
Pages 36-37—21 ¼” X 13 ¾”—Background-Franklin and Eleanor with Scottie dog, Fala; campaign for change-- Media:
              
Watercolor/Ink
        17. Pages 38-39—20 ⅞” X 13 ¾”—Background-Eleanor in Red Cross uniform; Franklin in a jeep meeting soldiers-- Media:
              
Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        18. 
Pages 40-41—21 ⅜” 13 ⅞”—Background-Eleanor with Harry Truman-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        19 .
Pages 42-42—21 ⅜” X 13 ¾”—Background-Eleanor with speech in hand-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        20. 
Page  8—5 ¾” X 4 ½”—Photograph with a rose-- Media: Watercolor/Ink
        21. 
Page 10—9 ¼” X 8 ⅜”—Eleanor, as a child, watches parents prepare to go out for the evening-- Media: Watercolor/Ink\
        22. Page 11—7” X 8”—Eleanor, as a child, walking with her father in New York-- Media: Watercolor/Ink
        23. 
Page 12—11 ⅛” X 8”—Franklin and Eleanor’s first dance-- Media: Watercolor/Ink
        24. 
Page 13—6” X 6 ¾”—Franklin and mother going for a carriage ride-- Media: Watercolor/Ink
        25. 
Page 14—5 ⅞” X 6 ¾”—Eleanor with her grandmother-- Media: Watercolor/Ink
        26. Page 15—6” X 6 ¾”—Franklin and Eleanor in neighborhood where she worked with children-- Media: Watercolor/Ink
             —
Signed
        27. Page 16—12” X 8”—Franklin and Eleanor’s wedding-- Media: Watercolor/Ink
        28. 
Page 17—5 ⅞” X 6 ⅞”—Franklin and Eleanor with children—two on horse-- Media: Watercolor/Ink
        29. 
Page 18—9” X 6”—Family at Campobello Island-- Media: Watercolor/Ink
        30. 
Page 20—10” X 7 ½”—An ill Franklin talking to reporter-- Media: Watercolor/Ink
        31. 
Page 21—5 ⅞” X 8 ½”—Franklin struggling to walk on crutches-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        32. 
Page 22—10” X 7 ⅞”—Eleanor speaking to women’s group-- Media: Watercolor/Ink--Signed
        33. 
Page 24—5 ⅝” X 8”—Franklin with James’ (his son) assistance addresses a crowd while running for governor of New York- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        34. Page 25—10” X 8”—People during the Great Depression camped in “hobo” jungle-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        35. Page 26—5 ⅞” X 6 ¾”—Franklin making a speech-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        36. 
Page 27—4 ¾” X 7 ½”—War veterans march on Washington-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        37. 
Page 30—10 ¾” X 7 ⅜”—Men going to work for Civilian Conservation Corps-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        38. Page 31—6 ⅝” X 10 ⅞”—Franklin surrounded by reporters and advisers-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        39. Page 33—8 ¼” X 11 ¼”—Eleanor at a press conference; Marian Anderson performing at Lincoln Memorial-- Media:          
             Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        40. Page 34—10 ⅛” X 8 ⅜”—Franklin reading Washington Post-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        41.
Page 35—9 ⅜” X 7”—Man watching out window at attack on Pearl Harbor-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        42. 
Page 38—6 ¼” X 9 ¼”—Franklin talking to Churchill and Stalin-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        43. 
Page 39—6 ¼” X 9 ¼”—Wounded soldiers during World War II-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        44. 
Page 41—6 ½” X 9 ¼”Train carrying FDR’s body to Washington-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        45. 
Page 42—7” X 7 ½”—Eleanor as UN Representative-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        46. 
Page 43—8 ⅝” X 7”—Photos of Franklin and Eleanor and family-- Media: Watercolor/Ink—Signed
        47. 
Back of jacket—7” X 8”—Franklin and Eleanor waving from train—“The Roosevelt Special”-- Media: Watercolor/Ink
        48. 
Title page—6 ⅞” X 6 ¼”—Franklin and Eleanor hats-- Media: Watercolor/Ink

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     Harness, Cheryl. Thomas Jefferson. Washington DC: National Geographic, 2004.

          1. Research material; Cover sketches—8 ½” X 11”
          2. 
Book cover, title page, pp. 4-5, 8-35, 40-41, 44-45—12” X 9”; 17” X 11”—Pictures and text—Media: Pencil
          3. 
Book cover—7” X 13”—Lettering for book cover—Media: Ink
          4. 
Endpaper—6 5/8” X 8 ¼”—Book plate, man at desk—Media: Ink
          5. Pages 10-11—19 ¼” X 13 ¾”—Jefferson as a student; playing the fiddle for family—Media:  Watercolor
          6. 
Pages 12-13—19 ¼” X 12”—Jefferson playing fiddle with friend, Dabney Carr, while others dance—Media: Watercolor
          7. Pages 14-15—19 ¼” X 13 ½”—Jefferson reading; having dinner at royal Governor’s Palace—Media: Watercolor
          8. 
Pages 24-25—19 ¼” X 13 ¾”—Map of American Revolutionary War; death of Martha—Media: Watercolor
          9. Pages 32-33—19 ¼” X 13 ¾”—Jefferson meeting people in unfinished President’s House—Media: Watercolor
        10. 
Pages 34-35—19 ¼” X 13 ¾”—Map of Louisiana Purchase—Media: Watercolor
        11. 
Pages 36-37—19 ¼” X 13 ¾”—Jefferson at Monticello with floor plan—Media: Watercolor
        12. 
Pages 38-39—19 ¼” X 13 ¾”—Gardens at Monticello—Media: Watercolor
        13. Pages 40-41—19 ¼” X 13 ¾”—Opening of University of Virginia; Jefferson near death—Media:  Watercolor
        14. Pages 42-43—19 3/8” X 13 ¾”—World of President Jefferson—Media: Page 5—9 ½” X 11”—Franklin, with his parents,
              meets President Cleveland—Media:
Watercolor
        15. Title page—10 ¾” X 6 ½”—Lettering for title page—Media: Ink

     
Harness, Cheryl. Ghosts of the Nile. New York. Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2004.

          1. 
Pages 2-3,6-11, 14-31—20 ¼” X 10 ½” and various sizes—Picture and text—Media: Pencil
          2. 
Correspondence with editor’s comments; typed text—8 ½” X 11”
          3. Book dummy—8 ½” X 11”—Complete dummy book with pictures and text—Media: Ink/Pencil
          4. 
Background sample—15” X 9”—Media: Watercolor
          5. 
Book jacket—26 1/8” X 14 ¾”—Nile at night—Media: Watercolor
          6. Title page—12 ¼” X 12 ¼”—Eyes with pictures of the Nile River in the word “Nile”; Yellow to orange background—Media: 
              
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
          7. 
Pages 2-3—23 ¼” X 12 ¼”—Zachary, Mom, and Aunt  Allie look at Pharaoh’s exhibit; Aunt Allie enters the “Staff Only”
              room with text balloon overlay-- Media: 
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
          8. Pages 4-5—23 ¼” X 12 ¼”—Aunt Allie looking at mummy; Zachary jumps to Egypt with text balloon overlay-- Media: 
              
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
          9. 
Pages 6-7—23 ¼” X 12 ¼”—Khi and Zachary at Old King Djoser’s tomb; Timeline of Predynastic and Archaic Periods and
              begins Old Kingdom-- Media: 
Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        10. 
Pages 8-9—23 ¼” X 12 ¼”—Steps and tools needed to build a pyramid; Old kingdom timeline continued with text balloon
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Pages 10-11—23 ¼” X 12 ¼”—Workers building King Khufu’s Great Pyramid; Timeline of First Intermediate Period            
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Middle Kingdom with text balloon overlay-- Media:  Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
    
    12. Pages 12-13—23 ¼” X 12 ¼”—How Egyptians made mummies; Timeline of Second Intermediate Period and the New    
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13. Pages 14-15—23 ¼” X 12 ¼”—Animals that stood for different gods and ideas; New Kingdom timeline continued with        
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14. Pages 16-17—23 ¼” x 12”—Four of the Six Cataracts; New Kingdom timeline continued with overlay-- Media: 
              
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15. Pages 18-19—22” X 12”—What life was like on the “Lively Nile;” Timeline of the New Kingdom, Third Intermediate Period,
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16. Pages 20-21—23 ¼” X 12 ¼”-- Cleopatra in the town market; People buying and selling items in the town market by the Nile River; Timeline of Persian and                         Greek Periods with overlay-- Media:  Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        
17. Pages 22-23—23 ¼” X 12 ¼”--Describes the “well-groomed Egyptian,” home life, and what foods were harvested and eaten with overlay
        
18. Pages 24-25—23” X 12 ¼”—Temple of Isis; shows symbols of sounds and ideas that stand for “King Khufu” with overlay-Media:  Watercolor/Ink/Color Pencil
        
19. Pages 26-27—23 ¼” X 12 ¼”—Zachary returns to the museum to find Mom, dad, and Aunt Allie with overlay-- Media: 
              
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20. Pages 28-29—23 ¼” X 12 ½”— "Egyptianary" page with pictures of the Ankh, Ba, Cartouche, Sacred Eye of Horus, Lotus,
              Obelisk, Lighthouse of Alexandria, Papyrus, Sphinx, and Scarab with overlay-- Media: 
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21. Pages 30-31—23 ¼” X 12”-- "Egyptology" page describing "Ancient Egyptians devise tools of the mind: ways of          
              understanding, building, recording, and healing.”Ancient World Time Map" with facts of events and inventions with overlay-
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22. Color proof of the book—8 ½” X 7 3/8”