Mink, David (American, twentieth century). The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn. Circa 1949. Eight pen and ink drawings illustrating various images from Mark Twainês famous works. Among them are the frontispiece illustration and another with a broadside advertising a reward for the return of the slave Jim. Others have descriptive captions, such as –she was sitting cozily Äwith Alfred Temple”; –I done it”; –Indian Joeês Hand”; –Iêve lost my knife”; and –he looked in the sitting room window.” Likely produced for a Peopleês Book Club edition. Some edges of board stained, not affecting images. Largest image measures 12 x 9 inches. All generally good.