• circa 1916
        A rare photo of Tasha with her renowned father Starling Burgess. Tasha's beloved caregiver, Dady is at the left.
      • 1920
        A portrait of Tasha by her mother, Rosamond Tudor.
      • Circa 1920
        Tasha and Dady enjoy the shore, presumably in Marblehead near the Burgess boat/airplane building company.
      • 1938
        Pumpkin Moonshine
      • 1940
        The County Fair
      • 1941
        Snow Before Christmas
      • 1942
        Dorcas Porkus
      • 1943
        The White Goose
      • 1944
        Mother Goose - A Caldecott Honor book.
      • 1946
        Linsey Woolsey
      • 1947
        Child's Garden of Verses
      • 1948
        Jackanapes
      • 1949
        Thistly B
      • 1950
        The Dolls' Christmas
      • circa 1950
        New Hampshire
      • 1951
        Amanda and the Bear
      • circa 1952
        A friend crawls towards Tasha's four children (l to r) Bethany, Efner, Seth and Tom.
      • 1953
        Edgar Allan Crow
      • 1954
        A is for Annabelle
      • 1954
        Biggity Bantam
      • 1955
        Her lifelong love of pets and barnyard animals began in earnest when 8-year-old Tasha rescued a hen in New York City.
      • 1957
        Roasting apples
      • circa 1960
        Tasha created elaborate doll houses. Here, the dolls are celebrating Christmas.
      • 1962
        The Secret Garden
      • 1962
        Night Before Christmas (miniature edition)
      • 1963
        A Little Princess
      • 1965
        The Twenty Third Psalm (miniature)
      • 1966
        Wind in the Willows
      • 1966
        Take Joy! The Tasha Tudor Christmas Book
      • 1967
        Real Diary of a Real Boy
      • 1968
        Brite and Fair
      • 1968
        New England Butt'ry Shelf Cookbook
      • 1969
        Little Women
      • circa 1970
        Tasha holding two beloved corgi puppies.
      • 1970
        New England Butt'ry Shelf Almanac
      • 1972
        Tasha moves to Vermont where her son, Seth, builds her home using only hand tools.
      • 1976
        The Christmas Cat
      • 1977
        Amy's Goose
      • 1978
        Carrie's Gift
      • 1979
        Tasha Tudor's Old Fashioned Gifts
      • 1979
        Drawn from New England
      • 1979
        Springs of Joy
      • 1979
        Book of Christmas - A pop-up book.
      • 1981
        Tasha illustrated the warmth of a quilting bee on the "November" page.
      • 1981
        A Child's Garden of Verses
      • 1984
        All for Love
      • 1987
        Give Us This Day
      • 1990
        A Brighter Garden
      • 1992
        The Private World of Tasha Tudor
      • 1993
        Tasha Tudor's Cookbook
      • 1994
        Tasha Tudor's Garden
      • 1999
        The Night Before Christmas
      • 2005
        The Norman Rockwell Museum presented this large and impressive exhibition.
      • 2006
        Amy Tudor forms the Tasha Tudor Museum which receives non-profit status in 2007.
      • 2008
        At 92 years old, Tasha Tudor passes away on June 18, 2008.
      • 2010
        Marjorie Tudor shares Tasha's well-loved marionette theatre during a tour.
      • 2010
        Amy leads a group through a section of her garden with little Ellie assisting.
      • 2015
        Tasha's great-granddaughter Ellie, displays a similar preference of living on a farm while making books.
      • 2016
        Tasha Tudor Family Cookbook by grandson, Winslow, will be released October 4th, 2016.
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