Palmer Cox (1840-1924) was born in Canada-Granby, Quebec, son of Michael Cox and Sarah Miller, and became a carpenter and car builder. He moved to San Francisco via Panama as a railroad contractor. He lived in San Francisco from 1863-1875. In 1874 he began to formally study drawing and contribute illustrated stories to such publications as Golden Era and Alta California.
After 1875 lived in New York (Pine View House, East Quogue, Long Island).
His Brownie stories appeared in St. Nicholas and the Ladies’ Home Journal best known are his series of humorous verse cartoons about the mischievous but kind-hearted Brownies.
His cartoons were published in several books, such as The Brownies, Their Book (1887).
Palmer Cox’s Brownie dolls these paper dolls were a premium in packages of Lion Coffee, there are 25 different standing Brownie Lion Coffee dolls.
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The Brownies, Their Book – 1887
Another Brownie Book – 1890
The Brownies at Home – 1893
The Brownies Around the World – 1894
Palmer Coxs Brownies – 1894
The Brownies Through the Union – 1895
Brownie year book – 1895
The Brownies Abroad – 1899
Brownies and the Farmer – 1902
The Brownies in the Philippines- 1904
The Brownie Primer – 1906
Christmas Pudding and other Brownie stories-1906
The Brownie Clown in Brownie Town – 1908
The Brownies latest adventures – 1910
The Amazing Adventures of Forest People – 1913 (Russian)
The Brownies Many More Nights – 1918
The Brownies and Prince Florimel – 1925
The Brownies in Fairyland – 1925