In the 1930s, Blue Ribbon Publishing of New York worked with talented artists and engineers to produce a successful series of imaginative pop-ups. Many of the books' colorful characters were inspired by the recent popularity of Walt Disney animation. Notably, Blue Ribbon introduced term "pop-up" to market their books.
| Blue Ribbon Publishing | Dean and
Sons | French Movables | S.
Louis Giraud | Voitech Kubasta | McLoughlin
Brothers | Lothar Meggendorfer | Ernest
Nister | S and J Fuller | 1965
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