Emma K. Wilcox
the "Story of your boyhood", which was read and much enjoyed in the club. I especially enjoyed the "dandy doctors" and the roof episodes: for being much of a tom-boy-girl, the sympathy it awakened was genuine. My husband and I have enjoyed pleasant hours reading it together. Ive read many books of interest aloud evenings at home. Your story will be read aloud in the club. It comes next to having had the pleasure of your company at the club Friday afternoon.Our efforts to successfully effect a wholesome election
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