Marguerite deAngeli Collection
Guide and Digital Holdings



The Marguerite deAngeli Collection is composed of a variety of materials donated by Mrs. deAngeli and her family, as well as other donors, to the Lapeer District Library in 1985.   Items include: published and unpublished artwork, book manuscripts, research notes, personal correspondences and family photographs. Because this is a limited collection, keyword searching may not produce desired results.  Below is a list of terms that will guide you through the collection and will allow you to view it in a variety of groupings.  We believe that you will learn much about Marguerite deAngeli, her works, her life and her contribution to American children's literature and that you will come to love her as we do

BOOKS

Black Fox of Lorne
Bright April
Book of Favorite Hymns
Book of Nursery and Mother Goose Rhymes
Butter at the Old Price
Copper-Toed Boots
Door in the Wall
Elin's Amerika
Empty Barn
Fiddlestrings
Friendship & Other Poems
Goose Girl
Henner's Lydia
Jared's Island
Just Like David
Lion in the Box
Petite Suzanne
Old Testament
Skippack School
A Summer Day With Ted and Nina
Ted and Nina Go to the Grocery Store
Thee, Hannah!
The Ted and Nina Story Book
Turkey for Christmas
Up the Hill
Whistle for the Crossing
Yonie Wondernose


SUBJECTS

Animals
Children
Decorative art
Plants

ARTWORK

Book jackets
Illustrations for other authors 
Published illustrations
Unpublished
Preliminary sketches
Note cards


WRITINGS

Drafts
Interview
Manuscripts
Magazine articles
Correspondences
Research and background information


LIFE

Awards and Honors
Certificates
Early life in Lapeer
Lapeer buildings
Lapeer visits
Family papers
Family pictures
Marguerite deAngeli Photos
deAngeli family
Lofft family
Sloan family
Tuttle family

In 1999, a portion of the collection was digitized with funding,in part, from a federal Library Services and Technology Act subgrantfrom the Institute of Museum & Library Services, administeredby the Library of Michigan, the Mideastern Michigan Library Cooperativeand Lapeer District Library (learnmore about the grant).