The fall of man


The story of the Fall of Man.

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8 p. : ill. ; 93 mm. (3 5/8") high.

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Creator: Unknown. 1827 - 1853.


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  • Mrs. Gustine Courson Weaver Mrs. Gustine Courson Weaver (1873-1942). Missionary, author, storyteller, collector, and philanthropist. Daughter of John Courson and Sarah Boydston Courson. Married Clifford Seldon Weaver, a minister, on May 22, 1899 while both were students at Eureka College, and when they graduated in 1900 they left for Japan as missionaries. After serving there for 7 years in Osaka and Tokyo, they returned to the United States. After serving in several positions throughout the mid-west and in Texarkana, in 1920, they came to McKinney, Texas, where Clifford served as pastor of the First Christian Church. In the 1930's and early 1940's, Mrs. Weaver donated generously to the University of North Texas (then the North Texas State Teachers College), and her donations became the foundation of several important groups of materials in the Rare Book & Texana Collections, including the Weaver Collection of Juvenile Literature, the Mary Webb Collection, and the Miniature Books Collection. Mrs. Weaver was an accomplished story teller, wrote a number of books, and sponsored several exhibitions of dolls from around the world, promoting peace through understanding of different cultures. She helped organize the first Story Teller's League and served as that organization's president.


  • American Sunday-School Union
    Publisher Info: The American Sunday School Union (ASSU) was founded in 1824 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It's purpose was promoting Sunday schools and their goals of educating children. The ASSU published vast numbers of items, and distributed countless books and periodicals through its Sunday schools and by selling them to others. It played an important role in shaping not only 19th century children's literature in America, but also the moral character of several generations.
    Place of Publication: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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The story of the Fall of Man.

Physical Description

8 p. : ill. ; 93 mm. (3 5/8") high.


Example of a Sunday school "prize." The simple booklet with woodcut illustration would be awarded as a prize for attendance or a correct answer or winning a contest. Gift of Mrs. Gustine Courson Weaver, by 1941.


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This book is part of the following collections of related materials.

Miniature Book Collection

These miniature books, 4 inches (10 cm) tall or smaller, include both contemporary and historical works. In some cases, only the covers have been digitized.

Weaver Collection of Children's Books

This collection contains a small selection of juvenile literature from the much larger physical collection housed in the UNT Libraries' Rare Book Room. Included are toys from the collection as well as books with religious and moralistic themes.

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  • 1827 - 1853

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  • 1827 - 1853

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  • Aug. 7, 2007, 9:01 p.m.

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  • Dec. 16, 2009, 4:48 p.m.

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The fall of man, book, 1827 - 1853; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ( accessed April 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library,; crediting UNT Libraries Rare Book and Texana Collections.