Greenaway, Kate. Under the Window: Pictures & Rhymes for Children; By Kate Greenaway as originally Engraved & Printed by Edmund Evans. New York: George Routledge & Sons, 416 Broome Street, [1880?]. 
1880 gift inscription on the half title page; no printed date.
Blue cloth spine with pictorial lithographed boards front and back, 7 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches, outer corners worn through and slightly rounded, blue end papers, all edges stained yellow, 64 pp, light tidemark in the top margin in the last half of the book. Good. Hardcover.
No. 95, in, Kate Greenaway: A Catalogue of the Kate Greenaway Collection, Rare Book Room, Detroit Public Library.
Includes the imprint on the verso of the tp, "Drawn on Stone & Printed by Wemple & Company, Art Lithographers, New York." Also includes "End of Contents" at bottom of p. 14. There are full-page color plates on pp. 21 & 35.
Kate Greenaway (1846-1901), English artist and book illustrator known for her original and charming children's books. "In 1879 she produced her first successful book, Under the Window, followed by The Birthday Book (1880), Mother Goose (1881), Little Ann (1883), and other books for children, which had an enormous success and became highly valued. 'Toy-books' though they were, these little works created a revolution in book illustration; they were praised by John Ruskin, by Ernest Chesneau and Arsene Alexandre in France, by Richard Muther in Germany, and by other leading art critics throughout the world." - Encyclopedia Britannica online.