Here is a charming Edith Goodyear lithograph, gleaned from a 1927 collection of children's poems, stories, fables, and art.
Told with a finger-play guide, cloths-pin letters, and sweet iconic wash-day illustrations along the way, the childhood nursery rhyme is as dear today as it was 85+ years ago.
Here's a little wash-bench,
Here's a little tub.
Here's a little scrubbing-board,
And here's the way to rub.
Here's a little cake of soap,
Here's a dipper new.
Here's a little basket wide & deep,
And here are clothes-pins two.
Here's the line away up high,
Here's the clothes all flying.
Here's the sun so warm & bright,
And now the washing's drying.
Edith Goodyear's work is charmingly simple and remains timeless. The heavy paper shows little tanning and is clean, without folds, marks, tears, or creases, measuring 7" x 9.125" (18x23cm).
A delightful image to frame and gift for the new baby or perhaps for your own "washroom" - this is a certain way to make Laundry Day much brighter! A wonderful image for your art - tag and card creations, scrap-book page making, collage.
You are purchasing an original 1927 paper and it does not have watermarks. I will send this to you flat, protected, and by USPS 1st Class Mail.
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