Author:George W. Hood

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George Washington Hood
(1869–1949)
A U. S. illustrator specializing in fairy tale books, children's stories; covers, calendars, and advertising.

Works[edit]

Fairy Books of the World[edit]

  • The Brazilian fairy book, by Elsie Spicer Eells, with six illustrations in color by George W. Hood. New York, Frederick A. Stokes company, 1926
  • The Chinese Fairy Book, by Richard Wilhelm, translated from the Greman by F. H. Martens (1921)
  • The Norwegian Fairy Book, by Klara Stroebe, trans. by Frederick Herman Martens
  • The Spanish Fairy Book (Cuentos de Hadas), by Gertrudis Segovia, trans. by Vernon Quinn (New York: F. A. Stokes Co., c1918)
  • The Swedish Fairy Book, ed. by Klara Stroebe, trans. by Frederick Herman Martens

Other[edit]

from The Bookshelf for boys and girls
  • The Bookshelf for boys and girls Little Journeys into Bookland (1912)
  • For Jacinta, Project Gutenberg, by Harold Bindloss
  • The Ghost Garden: A Novel (New York: Stokes, c1918), by Amélie Rives
  • The Golden Road, Project Gutenberg, by Frank Waller Allen
  • The hand of peril: a novel of adventure, by Arthur Stringer / (New York : The Macmillan Company, 1915)
  • The Little Tea Book, Project Gutenberg, ed. by Arthur Gray
  • Toasts and tributes: a happy book of good cheer, good health, good speed, devoted to the blessings and comforts of life south of the stars / (New York : Rohde and Haskins, 1904), ed. by Arthur Gray and Arthur Gray, also illust. by J. Sinramm, George W. Hood, William Cushing Bamburgh, J. Sinramm, and William Cushing Bamburgh
  • (binding designer) In Calvert's Valley / (New York : The Baker & Taylor Company, 1908), also by Margaret Prescott Montague, George W. Hood, Volney Allan Richardson, Volney Allan Richardson, and printer Plimpton Press, contrib. by Baker & Taylor Co
  • Golden Dicky: The Story Of A Canary And His Friends, Project Gutenberg (1919)
  • Gardens near the sea: the making and care of gardens on or near the coast with reference also to lawns and grounds and to trees and shrubbery, by Lounsberry, Alice (ca. 1910) (external scan)
  • The poet, Miss Kate and I / (New York : The Baker & Taylor Co., [1905]), by Margaret Prescott Montague and Plimpton Press
  • (binding designer) Burning Daylight, (New York, The Macmillan company, 1910), also by Jack London, printer Berwick & Smith, printer J.S. Cushing & Co, and printer Norwood Press, contrib. by Macmillan Company, illust. by Wallace Morgan
  • (binding designer) Dreaming River / (New York : Frederick A. Stokes Company, [1909]), by Barr Moses
  • (binding designer) In Calvert's Valley / (New York : The Baker & Taylor Company, 1908), also by Margaret Prescott Montague, Volney Allan Richardson, George Washington Hood, Volney Allan Richardson, and printer Plimpton Press, contrib. by Baker & Taylor Co (page images at HathiTrust)
  • (binding designer) The bird in the box / (New York : Frederick A. Stokes Company, [1910]), by Mary M. Mears
  • (binding designer) The chasm : a novel / (New York : Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1911), by George Cram Cook
  • The bird in the box / (New York : Frederick A. Stokes Company, [1910]), by Mary M. Mears
  • The Lover's Baedeker and Guide to Arcady, Project Gutenberg, by Carolyn Wells.


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1925.


The author died in 1949, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 70 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.