Fairy Tale Booklet/ Inez’s Clippings

It’s Storytime this Sunday! This mini book was a bonus if you purchased a certain brand of bread back during the Depression Era. It may even be post Depression Era as I could not find much information on this item. The closest thing I found was another booklet with no correct link to its origin. Frustrating–but knowing Grandma’s time frame of collecting clippings, I am tacking on a range from 1925 to 1940 as a possible publishing age. It could even predate this period. Anyone with more information, feel free to correct me or validate my opinion. In the meantime, enjoy this piece from Inez’s Clippings.

The artwork is also a treasure!
The artwork is also a treasure!
The Beginning of the tale
The Beginning of the tale is usually predictable.
The Mistress, the Serving Maid and the Swain (Fiance')
The Mistress, the Serving Maid and the Swain (Fiance’)
Pretty vivid color after all these years in storage.
Pretty vivid color after all these years in storage.
Serving Girl wins in the end
Serving Girl wins in the end
Somehow the Serving Girl ended up with blond hair? We'll blame the printing press. 😉
Somehow the Serving Girl ended up with blond hair? We’ll blame the printing press. 😉
Lots of info to glean from this tiny book but didn't help me much.
Lots of info to glean from this tiny book but that didn’t help me much on the date of publication.

I hope you enjoyed this little fairy tale from the little yellow box containing Inez’s Clippings. And now a favorite quote of mine as I conclude …….

 "There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate's loot on Treasure Island." – Walt Disney              
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