[PANTOMIME]. BURNAND, Winnie [Winifred] (author and illustrator). The Story of Dick Whittington; A Gift from Drury Lane 1908-1909. J. Miles And Company, Ye Wardour Presse, of London Towne. 1909.
Landscape 8vo. Original pictorial self-wraps stapled to spine with 8 individual pictorial postcards by Winnie Burnand, printed on both sides in red and black, housed in a pocket at the rear; pp. [ii] +14 + [ii], printed in red and black; a very fresh and complete example.
A souvenir from a West End production of Dick Whittington.
- together with:
BURNAND, Winnie (author and illustrator). Horatio Tiddlebrat's Sketch Book of The Babes in the Wood. Xmas 1907. A Gift from Drury Lane.
Landscape 8vo. Original glazed pictorial card covers in red and black; pp. 23; with 6 template illustrations in colour and opposing painting pages in outline, all by Winnie Burnand; slight split at spine staple, 3 of the painting pictures skilfully completed, without the paints, which were presented on a small card.
- together with:
A 2-page illustrated ALS, signed E. Winnie Parsons [Burnand] on letter-heading from 7 Alexander Square, S.W.3, dated Aug 13th 1952, to Hugo Dunn-Meynell, expressing congratulations on his forthcoming marriage and explaining her difficulties in selecting an appropriate gift; with 3 accompanying character sketches in blue ink and red crayon.
A commissioned Christmas card by Winnie Burnand, printed in red and black, with a cartoon sketch above her address of 27 The Boltons S.W. with, on the reverse, an autograph note signed "Winks" and addressed "Dearest Moll", discussing Christmas presents.
Winifred Burnand was an artist of considerable talent, and daughter of the great "Punch" editor, F.C. Burnand.