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Slide set: Ice Peter (recitation: York & Son, 23 slides, n.d.)

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
Slide 1
Frontispiece
Slide 2
Ice Peter leaving Home
Slide 3
Ice Peter sees the Effects of Frost
Slide 4
Ice Peter warned by a Sportsman
Slide 5
Ice Peter Obstinate
Slide 6
Ice Peter puts on Skates
Slide 7
Ice Peter frozen to a stone
Slide 8
Ice Peter detaches Himself
Slide 9
Ice Peter goes through the Ice
Slide 10
Ice Peter gets out
Slide 11
Ice Peter is Very Wet
Slide 12
Ice Peter begins to Freeze
Slide 13
Ice Peter becomes Icicles
Slide 14
Ice Peter Ice-bound
Slide 15
Ice Peter missed at home
Slide 16
Ice Peter sought for by his father
Slide 17
Ice Peter partially discovered
Slide 18
Ice Peter discovered
Slide 19
Ice Peter being carried home
Slide 20
Ice Peter brought to his Disconsolate Mother
Slide 21
Ice Peter being Thawed
Slide 22
Ice Peter being Melted
Slide 23
Ice Peter being preserved
Other related organisation

in stock of Ivens & Co., 1913

Main type of image
drawing / painting / print
Main usage of set
recitation
Date of first manufacture
unknown
Person linked to this set

creator of source image(s): BUSCH, Wilhelm  (1832-1908)

Source of slide images

Wilhelm Busch, Der Eispeter (1864)

Reading or song

W. Harry Rogers, ‘Ice Peter’ in Descriptive readings and lectures 1

Related slide set

see generic title Ice Peter (generic set title)

Notes
The verses on the slides are from the accompanying reading, which is itself taken from W. Harry Rogers, A bushel of merrythoughts (London: Sampson Low, Son & Marston, 1868), a collection of verses.
The images are adapted from Busch's series Der Eispeter of 1864, but have been redrawn; unlike some versions of this story the wording (slide 23) has been translated from German to English.
Lucerna ID  3004871

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 14 February 2015

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