Posted 3 years ago
My 83 year old grandmother gave me this book, she's had it since World War II. It was printed during the war, when Hitler forbade such things and paper was scarce. I'd have to ask her again for the artist's name, it may be part of the handwritten script, I just, sadly, cannot read German. I could have the story wrong about when it was printed. I do know it was done with linoleum plates and my great-grandfather helped edit it. There is also a card in the back from the doctor that invested the money for the books to be done. I also seem to remember her telling me there was less than 20 (I want to say 12) made. Any information on this book would be greatly appreciated. It is *NOT* for sale under any circumstances. I'm more curious if anyone else has ever seen anything like this before. I have a few more things she brought with her (she came over in 1954) and none are as unusual as this book. I do also have more pictures, if anyone is interested in seeing them...