A few sample pages.
It's the film story as we know it, but it does include some extras too, like the bed building scene: Instead of going to work at the mine the next day, the dwarfs gather in the forest to figure out a gift they could make for Snow White. It was here that the forest animals raced to in order to warn them that the Old Witch was at the cottage with the princess.
The story ends with the Prince's kiss and the dwarfs rejoicing. However, the last illustration we're left with is that of Snow White still in her "sleeping death" state and the Seven kneeling at her side.
Whitman book No. 944.
Illustrations and text copyright Disney/Whitman Publishing Company, 1938. Posted here for historical documentation purposes only.
Special thanks to the Michael Filippello Collection for sharing these images.