Teddy Bear Century

A fascinating look at the changing fashions of teddy bears throughout the 20th century. A timeline places each design in its historical context.

Author: Brian Gibbs

Publisher: David & Charles Publishers

ISBN: 0715312529

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

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A fascinating look at the changing fashions of teddy bears throughout the 20th century. A timeline places each design in its historical context.
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Christie s Century of Teddy Bears

Featuring the histories of the most important bear manufacturers from around the world, including Steiff, Ideal, Chad Valley, Bing, Schuco and Merrythought, this book also relates the endearing stories of individual bears.

Author: Leyla Maniera

Publisher: Pavilion

ISBN: 1862055955

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 192

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Bringing together the expertise of the world's greatest auction house and the knowledge of one of the world's leading teddy bear specialists, 'Christie's Century of Teddy Bears' celebrates the one hundredth birthday of the bear, tracing its ascent from humble nursery companion to highly sought after collectors' item. Featuring the histories of the most important bear manufacturers from around the world, including Steiff, Ideal, Chad Valley, Bing, Schuco and Merrythought, this book also relates the endearing stories of individual bears. These include Teddy Girl, who achieved a world record breaking price at auction as a result of her alluring looks and experiences during both world wars, and Donald Campbell's Mr Whoppit who accompanied him in the Bluebird on his last fateful attempt at the world speed record. Special illustrated features examine the teddy at war, literary, media and novelty bears, and there is a comprehensive section of tips for collectors. Superbly illustrated with images from the Christie's archives and private collections, 'Christie's Century of Teddy Bears' is an authoritative history and guide, and essential gift for anyone who has ever loved a teddy bear.
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The Teddy Bear Hall of Fame

An illustrated history of the teddy bear and the many roles he has played.

Author: Michèle Brown

Publisher: Trafalgar Square

ISBN: 074721803X

Category: Teddy bears

Page: 144

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An illustrated history of the teddy bear and the many roles he has played.
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Milestones of the 20th Century

After Americans threw off the constraints of Victorianism and other things
European at the start of the century, they ... The teddy bear and Cracker Jack ("
The more you eat, the more you want"), popular in the early 1900s, are still with
us today.

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ISBN: 0944262341

Category: Civilization, Modern

Page: 384

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Ancestry magazine

Century. Timeline. Perspectives. on. Three. Centuries. ,. got an idea. Using the
baby bear pictured in the cartoon as a model, he enlisted his wife's help to sew
miniature, stuffed bears with buttons for eyes. Teddy's Bear was born. What
started ...

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Ancestry magazine focuses on genealogy for today’s family historian, with tips for using Ancestry.com, advice from family history experts, and success stories from genealogists across the globe. Regular features include “Found!” by Megan Smolenyak, reader-submitted heritage recipes, Howard Wolinsky’s tech-driven “NextGen,” feature articles, a timeline, how-to tips for Family Tree Maker, and insider insight to new tools and records at Ancestry.com. Ancestry magazine is published 6 times yearly by Ancestry Inc., parent company of Ancestry.com.
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Collecting Teddy Bears

It is , of course , the teddy bear . Since this little chap appeared at the beginning
of the twentieth century , people have cuddled it for comfort , kept it with them for
luck , used it as a confidant and a role model , and given it as a symbol of love .

Author: Sally Taylor

Publisher: Todtri Book Pub

ISBN: 1577170040

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 128

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Over 100 illustrations. This book explores the beginnings of the great teddy bear boom; explains why they are so important in our lives; discusses the innumerable variety of bears available; considers famous bears in fiction, such as Winnie-the-Pooh; and offers sound advice on how to start building a collection of these uniquely endearing little creatures. Over 100 full-color photographs aid the reader in sampling the immense universe of the teddy bear.
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Partners

The teddy bear craze and its continued popularity became a belief system that
not only fulfils a human need but has also fuelled a century - long financial
phenomenon in the toy marketplace , in America and Germany as well as in
England ...

Author: Ydessa Hendeles

Publisher: Walther Konig

ISBN: UOM:39015060054445

Category: Art

Page: 238

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Werke von Diane Arbus, Maurizio Cattelan, James Coleman, Hanne Darboven, Walker Evans, Luciano Fabro, Paul McCarthy, On Kawara, Giulio Paolini, Bruce Nauman, Jeff Wall und Lawrence Weiner Ydessa Hendeles - Kunstammlerin, geboren 1948 in Deutschland, lebt in Kanada. Ihre Sammlung gilt als eine der bedeutendsten und zugleich am wenigsten bekannten Sammlungen zur zeitgenössischen Kunst überhaupt. Große Teile ihrer Sammlung werden erstmals in diesem Katalog gezeigt. Hendeles stellt ihre Ausstellungen selbst zusammen. Von ihr stammt auch das Konzept des Buches. Unter dem Titel "Partners" hat sie Kunstwerke sowie Serien von Pressefotografien, anonymen Amateurfotografien und Alltagsgegenständen miteinander kombiniert.
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In Praise of Teddy Bears

2994 XSCO One of a delightful series of Teddy Bear cards produced by the
Harlequin Gallery in America . ( BELOW ) Daily Express cartoon , October 3 1979
. “ During the first half of the Twentieth Century it was found that the subtle appeal
of ...

Author: Philippa Waring

Publisher:

ISBN: 0285624555

Category: Teddy bears

Page: 128

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Informative and fun, this is the complete guide to the best-loved, most collectible, and most appealing and cuddly toy of all time.
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Growing Up in a New Century 1890 to 1914

Eddie Teddy Bears and Shoo Fly Rocking Horses Marbles , kites , checkers , and
balls had been popular for many years . But by 1900 , factories were turning out
wonderful and affordable toys such as spinning tops , jack - in - the - boxes ...

Author: Judith Pinkerton Josephson

Publisher: Lerner Publications

ISBN: 0822506572

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

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Presents details of daily life of American children during the period from 1890 to 1914.
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The Bear Hunter s Century

A brisk business sprang up in related items, such as postcards and buttons. A
Brooklyn merchant named Morris Michtom created a small toy bear and called it “
Teddy's Bear.” Almost overnight, the teddy bear became associated with
Roosevelt ...

Author: Paul Schullery

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 0811745228

Category: SPORTS & RECREATION

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The years from 1820 to 1920 saw the sport of bear hunting at its greatest flowering. Much of the country was still wild enough to support large numbers of both black and grizzly bears, who in turn supported a remarkable assortment of bear hunters. Some, like David Crockett and Theodore Roosevelt, became internationally famous. Others, like Wilburn Waters and Holt Collier, are almost completely forgotten, though their exploits were just as extraordinary. "The Bear Hunter's Century "brings to life the hard, thrilling lives, of these men. Not just a book of adventures, this a fascinating social history told with wit and style, a penetrating examination of the often inaccurate lore of bear hunting, and a celebration of the amazing skills developed by the best bear hunters.
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Teddy Bears

But that familiar bear is in many ways an illusion ; for the century or so that the
teddy bear has been with us it ' s had more facelifts and makeovers than any
Hollywood film star . What makes it so remarkable is that for all the endless
reinventing ...

Author: Kathy Martin

Publisher: Parragon Incorporated

ISBN: 1405486678

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 96

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20th Century Words

It was so called in humorous allusion to Theodore ( “ Teddy ' ) Roosevelt (
President of the US 1901 – 1909 ) . Roosevelt ' s bear - hunting expeditions
occasioned a celebrated comic poem , accompanied by cartoons , in the New
York Times of ...

Author: John Ayto

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B4538611

Category: Civilization, Modern

Page: 767

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The Teddy Bear Project

Often the teddy bear is only marginally visible; nevertheless, through them, these two luxurious volumes show--on more than 1500 typologically organized pages, most of them in color--a fascinating visual story of 20th-century life.

Author: Ydessa Hendeles

Publisher: Walther Konig, Cologne

ISBN: 388375756X

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 1500

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The teddy bear is thought to have originated in 1902, when a cartoon of President Theodore Roosevelt refusing to shoot a baby bear appeared in "The Washington Post," Since then, it has become the familiar stuffed toy of every child, a collectible object, and a container of historical, emotional, and sentimental information. Over a period of many years, the Canadian art collector Ydessa Hendeles has bought, via Internet auction, photos in which teddy bears are featured: snapshots, studio and group portraits, and photos of events and sports contests. Often the teddy bear is only marginally visible; nevertheless, through them, these two luxurious volumes show--on more than 1500 typologically organized pages, most of them in color--a fascinating visual story of 20th-century life. "The Teddy Bear Project" offers an amusing, often thought-provoking cultural history of photography, in which the parallel course of idyllic and civil life is just as present as are atrocity, war, persecution, and expulsion.
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A Collector s History of the Teddy Bear

Traces the history of the teddy bear from it's pre-Teddy days down to the present time. Featured are over 800 illustrations in black and white and color.

Author: Patricia N. Schoonmaker

Publisher: Hobby House PressInc

ISBN: 0875881610

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 312

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The colorful history of the teddy bear from its pre-Roosevelt days to the present is traced and presented with detailed photographs to exemplify the changes that teddy has overcome. Includes a section on bears manufactured from such renowned companies such as Ideal, Steiff and Horsman. Also includes a charming jointed teddy bear pattern so you too can make a bear that is recorded in history!
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100 Years of Teddy Bears

Chapter 4 A Century of Bears During the first ten years of the twentieth century ,
Knickerbocker , Gund , Character , Applause , The North Teddy bears were
produced primarily in Germany and American Bear Company , Dakin , Eden Toys
 ...

Author: Dee Hockenberry

Publisher: Schiffer Book for Collectors (

ISBN: 0764315137

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 160

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Celebrate the origins of the delightful toy bears that have charmed adults and children around the world for more than a century. Here are stories and over 350 color photographs of some of the most important people, events, and bears that have contributed to Teddy's enormous popularity. Theodore Roosevelt, Seymour Eaton, Margarete Steiff, Peter Bull, and many others are featured with historical information about their importance to the bears
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Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine

His sense for beauty was deeply “ How ' s teddy - bear ? " Jerucham asked .
stirred . His mouth opened into a smile , " Gut ? Not vant mend ? ” and his head
moved gently from side to “ Oh , my teddy bear is all right , thank side . you , and I
can ...

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ISBN: CHI:74730591

Category: Periodicals

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Twentieth Century Words

Author: John Ayto

Publisher: OXFORD University Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105022155399

Category: Reference

Page: 626

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Decade by decade this book charts and contextualizes the innovative words of the 20th century in ten introductory essays which are followed by the formative words themselves.
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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine

His sense for beauty was deeply " How ' s teddy bear ? " Jerucham asked . stirred
. His mouth opened into a smile , " Gut ? Not vant mend ? ” and his head moved
gently from side to " Oh , my teddy bear is all right , thank side . you , and I can ...

Author: Josiah Gilbert Holland

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924066512298

Category: American literature

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A History of the Twentieth Century 1900 1933

To make it easier for him , the bear was tethered to a tree . He refused to kill the
cub , and it was released . Within weeks of the episode becoming known , a new
toy was launched , whose popularity was to survive the century : the teddy bear .

Author: Martin Gilbert

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105022354620

Category: Europe -- History -- 20th century

Page: 927

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Critics heralded the first two volumes A History of the Twentieth Century as masterly (Boston Globe) and deft, illuminating, and fascinating (Henry Kissenger). Now, the final work in Martin Gilbert's magisterial and acclaimed three-volume history brilliantly charts the course of the twentieth century's last five decades. Here are gripping narrative accounts of the wars in Korea, Vietnam, and Bosnia; the postwar reconstruction of Europe; apartheid; the arms race; the moon landing; and the extraordinary advances in medical science. Mao started a cultural revolution, Martin Luther King, Jr., and John F. Kennedy were assassinated, and the computer revolution was begun. The result is nothing less than extraordinary.
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Book Illustrators of the Twentieth Century

... Mandy and Co ( 1955 ) , Children of Bible Days ( 1970 ) Mrs H.C. Cradock
Adventures of a Teddy Bear ( 1934 ) , More Adventures of a Teddy Bear ( 1935 ) ,
In Teddy Bear's House ( 1936 ) , Teddy Bear's Shop ( 1939 ) , Teddy Bear's Farm
 ...

Author: Brigid Peppin

Publisher: New York : Arco

ISBN: UOM:39015019357972

Category: Art

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