Thanks, Ted and Keith, for the information. I should have
recognized the war issue on the different Dodd, Mead printings. I
think I like the earlier drawings better than Don's later alternates.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, sam17659@... wrote:
> Hello, Canoeist35:
> Remember '45 was during -- or immediately after the war years.
> paper products should probably be expected. This may also explain
> designs being used. But, it could be that a different publishing
> doing the printing. It also just occurred to me, that Don,
himself changed the
> prints used. Has anyone (Keith?) done a list of the actual first
> dates for all of the books? Was there a new book --
or "anthology" -- first
> printed soon after 1945, that used previously printed designs?
> Just a few thoughts, after midnight, and during the work week!