Three page letter from James Daugherty to Elizabeth Rider Montgomery. Andy and the Lion was published in 1938 by Viking Press. The book was a runner-up for the Caldecott Award in 1939. A retelling of the fable Androcles and the Lion, Daugherty orginally designed the story as a wordless book. Text was added before publication at the request of the publisher.
Four page questionnaire completed by Hardie Gramatky; one letter from Hardie Gramatky to Elizabeth Rider Montgomery with suggested chapter revisions. Little Toot was published in 1939 by G. P. Putnam's Sons. Inspired by his studio view of tugboats on the East River in New York City, Little Toot was Gamatky's first children's book.