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Puppet folder for the Tiger Story. Made of a long sheet of paper, which has been folded down from the top, and up from the bottom, creating pockets to store the puppets in. The lower pocket edge has been labeled, left to right, with numbers in ascending order. The length has then been folded again into eight sections - five to the left of the cover, the cover, and then two on the right. The jacket has an incomplete handwritten list of the puppets by number. The cover has 'Tiger Story' written boldly across the top in black with a red background, and a large image of a man stuck in a tree with a tiger below. The text and image are bordered by green loosely woven fabric. There are two woven fabric ties.


This set of puppets (3322/1-30) was a gift to Muriel King in 1935. "Donated in memory of our mother, Muriel Wallace Burnaby King, from Catherine Christou & Robin King."

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