Treasure In Art And Illustration

The Mystery of the Missing Necklace by Enid Blyton Five Finder Outers
Olga Kondakova – Tales of the Brothers Grimm, Golden Goose
The Golden Bunny Margaret Wise Brown
The Golden Fish A Russian Fairytale
きんのさかな 1980 The Golden Fish
Artuš Scheiner (1863-1938), Czech Fairytales 1926 golden bird
The Mystery of the Golden Cat Eleanor Coerr, 1968
The Golden Fig
The Country Bunny and the Golden Slippers, illustrator Marjorie Fleck
The Golden Annual for Girls 1926 treasure
Argosy magazine January 1964 treasure

1912 Tom Swift In the City of Gold VICTOR APPLETON

Tom Swift in the City of Gold, or, Marvelous Adventures Underground, is Volume 11 in the Tom Swift novel series.

Tom receives a message from his missionary friend whom he saved from captivity in Africa during the adventures of the preceding volume. The message describes a wonderful underground city, filled with treasures of gold, somewhere deep in the heart of Mexico. Not one to turn down adventure, Tom accepts the challenge to find the lost city.

Tom Sutton from 1975’s Graveyard Of Lost Cities in PotA#17
Gustaf Tenggren 1923 for D’Aulnoy’s Fairy Tales gold from a barrel
Baffling Mysteries November 1951
Baffling Mysteries magazine January 1953
Whitman Tiny-Tot Tale Book ~ MICHAEL’S TREASURE
The Mystery of the Vanishing Treasure
thieves-bury-the-treasure Courage The Cowardly Dog
Sam and Dave Dig A Hole
J.R.R.Tolkien (1892 – 1973) 1938 ‘Conversation With Smaug’ illustration for The Hobbit

On paper, things look fine. Sam Dennon recently inherited significant wealth from his uncle. As a respected architect, Sam spends his days thinking about the family needs and rich lives of his clients. But privately? Even his enduring love of amateur astronomy is on the wane. Sam has built a sustainable-architecture display home for himself but hasn’t yet moved into it, preferring to sleep in his cocoon of a campervan. Although they never announced it publicly, Sam’s wife and business partner ended their marriage years ago due to lack of intimacy, leaving Sam with the sense he is irreparably broken.

Now his beloved uncle has died. An intensifying fear manifests as health anxiety, with night terrors from a half-remembered early childhood event. To assuage the loneliness, Sam embarks on a Personal Happiness Project:

1. Get a pet dog

2. Find a friend. Just one. Not too intense.




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