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The Penny Philanthropist by Clara E. Laughlin 1912 Revell

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Antiquarian & Collectible

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1912

Category:

Literature

Publisher:

Fleming H. Revell

Author:

Clara E. Laughlin

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Item number:

2620324

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The Penny Philanthropist by Clara E. Laughlin 1912 Revell The Penny Philanthropist Clara E. Laughlin A Story That Could Be True Fleming H. Revell Company Copyright 1912 217 pages ex library The pages are lightly tanned, one page is creased and there is a gift inscription dated 1912 on the front end paper. The binding is starting to weaken and there is a break in the middle. The book is ex-library with markings and pocket . The cover is edge worn and faded. Acceptable. Hardcover. Chapter 1: If this story had been written in the long-ago, it would have begun: "Gentle reader, do you know Halsted Street?" But if you were a gentle reader you probably would not have known Halsted Street; and if it were long ago, you could not have known it. For when it was the fashion to begin stories in that way, Chicago was not on the map. True to the brisker fashion of story-telling to which I am bred, I was about to begin: "A light snow had been falling since three o'clock, and at five-thirty, Halsted Street still had a comparatively untrodden appearance" - indeed, I had actually so begun and was well under way with my tale, when I was confronted by one of those challenging questions which are forever bobbing out of a writer's critical mind to make him think despairingly ill of the things that have just bobbed out of his creative fancy. (#0000999)
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