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Herbert F. Roese

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Herbert F. Roese

Herbert F. Roese was a prolific artist working in New York in the first half of the twentieth century. His work appeared in many magazine, including the old Life. He illustrated many popular novels.

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Ernestine Takes Over (1935)

A book for adults by the author of Freddy the Pig.

Author(s): Walter R. Brooks
Illustrator(s): Herbert F. Roese

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Laughing Gas (1936)

Reggie, Earl of Havershot switches places with Joey Cooley, golden-tressed child actor. Further mayhem, including kidnapping and pants-kicking ensues before the two come to themselves and all turns out well.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Herbert F. Roese

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Summer Moonshine (1937)

Joe wants to marry Jane and with the success of his play about his nasty stepmother sees his way clear, then the stepmother (a mittel european Princess) has the play pulled and Joe is left looking for a fairy godfather.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Herbert F. Roese

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The Week-End Wodehouse (1939)

There is little overlap between the American and British titles of this name. The American edition contains stories from Young Men in Spats, Blandings Castle and Elsewhere, Mulliner Nights, The Inimitable Jeeves, Carry On, Jeeves!, Very Good, Jeeves, and The Crime Wave at Blandings and the complete novel Fish Preferred.

The British edition contains some of the short stories but also includes chapters from the novels.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Herbert F. Roese

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Wodehouse on Golf (1940)

This collection includes Golf without Tears, Divots, ‘The Medicine Girl’ from The Crime Wave at Blandings and three stories from Young Men in Spats.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Herbert F. Roese

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Young Men in Spats (1936)

Eleven short stories, including ‘Uncle Fred Flits By’ where we first meet the irrepressible Earl of Ickenham.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Herbert F. Roese

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