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    • The Travellers and the Bear. 

      Tenniel, John (Philadelphia: Porter and Coates. 1848)
      black-white illustration|Page 69, Fable LV|Aesop's fables: A new version, chiefly from original sources. John Tenniel and Thomas James. Philadelphia: Porter and Coates, 1848.
    • The Travellers and the Plane-tree. 

      Rackham, Arthur (London : W. HeinemannNew York : Doubleday, Page and Co.. 1912)
      color drawing|Facing Page: 132|Aesop's fables : a new translation by V.S. Vernon Jones, with an introduction by G.K. Chesterton and illustrations by Arthur Rackham. London : W. Heinemann ; New York : Doubleday, Page and Co., 1912.
    • The Treacherous Cur. 

      Bennett, Charles H. (London : W. Kent and Co.. 1857)
      black-white illustration|Page 15|The fables of Aesop and others, translated into human nature. Charles H. Bennett and Joseph Swain. London : W. Kent and Co, 1857
    • The Treacherous Cur. 

      Bennett, Charles H. (London : Chatto and Windus. 1875)
      color illustration|Page 15|The fables of Aesop and others, translated into human nature. Charles H. Bennett and Joseph Swain. London : Chatto and Windus, 1875
    • The Tree and the Reed. 

      Heighway, Richard (London and New York; MacMillan and Co.. 1894)
      black-white illustration|Page 88| The Fables of Æsop : Selected, Told Anew, and their History Traced by Joseph Jacobs; Done into Pictures by Richard Heighway. London, New York: MacMillan, 1894
    • The Tree and the Reed. 

      Heighway, Richard (London and New York; MacMillan and Co.. 1894)
      black-white illustration|Page 89| The Fables of Æsop : Selected, Told Anew, and their History Traced by Joseph Jacobs; Done into Pictures by Richard Heighway. London, New York: MacMillan, 1894
    • The Trees and the Axe. 

      Rackham, Arthur (London : W. HeinemannNew York : Doubleday, Page and Co.. 1912)
      color drawing|Facing Page: 148|Aesop's fables : a new translation by V.S. Vernon Jones, with an introduction by G.K. Chesterton and illustrations by Arthur Rackham. London : W. Heinemann ; New York : Doubleday, Page and Co., 1912.
    • The Trees and the Woodman. 

      Crane, Walter (London and New York. George Routledge and Sons. 1887)
      color illustration|Page 25|Aesop; Walter Crane. The baby's own Aesop: being the fables condensed in rhyme, with portable morals pictorially pointed. London ; New York: George Routledge and Sons, 1887.
    • Le Troupeau de Colas. 

      Grandville, J.J. (Paris : J.J. Dubochet. 1842)
      black-white illustration|Page 64|Fables de Florian, illustrées par J.J. Grandville. Paris : J.J. Dubochet, 1842.
    • The Trumpeter taken Prisoner. 

      Heighway, Richard (London and New York; MacMillan and Co.. 1894)
      black-white illustration|Page 186| The Fables of Æsop : Selected, Told Anew, and their History Traced by Joseph Jacobs; Done into Pictures by Richard Heighway. London, New York: MacMillan, 1894
    • The Trumpeter Taken Prisoner. 

      Crane, Walter (London and New York. George Routledge and Sons. 1887)
      color illustration|Page 41|Aesop; Walter Crane. The baby's own Aesop: being the fables condensed in rhyme, with portable morals pictorially pointed. London ; New York: George Routledge and Sons, 1887.
    • The Turkey and the Ants. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page |A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • The Turtle who couldn’t stop Talking. 

      Young, Ellsworth (New York : The Century Co.. 1912)
      black-white, silhouette illustration|Page 20|Jataka tales re-told by Ellen C. Babbitt; with illustrations by Ellsworth Young. New York : The Century Co., 1912.
    • The Turtle who couldn’t stop Talking. 

      Young, Ellsworth (New York : The Century Co.. 1912)
      black-white, silhouette illustration|Page 19|Jataka tales re-told by Ellen C. Babbitt; with illustrations by Ellsworth Young. New York : The Century Co., 1912.
    • The Turtle who couldn’t stop Talking. 

      Young, Ellsworth (New York : The Century Co.. 1912)
      black-white, silhouette illustration|Page 19|Jataka tales re-told by Ellen C. Babbitt; with illustrations by Ellsworth Young. New York : The Century Co., 1912.
    • The Turtle, the Wolf, and the Hyena. 

      Stafford, A.O. (New York: American Book Company. 1906)
      Black-white illustration|Page 100|Stafford, A. (1906). Animal fables from the dark continent. New York: American Book Company.
    • The two Bulls and the Frog : Les deux Taureaux et une Grenouille. 

      Grandville, J.J. (Boston, Elizur Wright, Jr. and Tappan and Dennet.New York : William A. Colman. 1841)
      black-white drawing|Book II : IV|Fables of La Fontaine. Illustrated by J.J. Grandville. Translated from the French by Elizur Wright, Jr.; Vol I.; Boston, Published by Elizur Wright, Jr. and Tappan and Dennet. New York, ...
    • The Two Crabs. 

      Heighway, Richard (London and New York; MacMillan and Co.. 1894)
      black-white illustration|Page 115| The Fables of Æsop : Selected, Told Anew, and their History Traced by Joseph Jacobs; Done into Pictures by Richard Heighway. London, New York: MacMillan, 1894
    • The Two Crabs. -- The Two Jars. 

      Crane, Walter (London and New York. George Routledge and Sons. 1887)
      color illustration|Page 34|Aesop; Walter Crane. The baby's own Aesop: being the fables condensed in rhyme, with portable morals pictorially pointed. London ; New York: George Routledge and Sons, 1887.
    • The Two Doves. 

      Boutet De Monvel, Louis Maurice (London; New-York: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.. 1871)
      color illustration|Page 10|Select fables from La Fontaine. La Fontaine, M. B. de Monvel, Elizur Wright, Wright. London; New-York: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1871.