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The Peterkin Papers, 1924


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The Peterkin Papers, 1924
The Peterkin Papers, 1924
The Peterkin Papers, 1924
The Peterkin Papers, 1924
The Peterkin Papers, 1924
The Peterkin Papers, 1924
The Peterkin Papers, 1924
The Peterkin Papers, 1924

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Vintage; 1910-1950
Good; some wear at cover extremities/toning, see description
8.5" L x 5.6" W x 0.7" H

Why We Love This

The Peterkin Papers by Lucretia P. Hale, illustrations by Harold M. Brett. Boston: Houghton Mifflin and Riverside Press, 1924. 219 pp. Hardcover issued without dust jacket. The travails of a bumbling American family, helped by their friend, the Lady from Philadelphia, who solves their many problems with common sense. Book's paper was overcut on several early pp. Through the years, attempting to tear off the excess several small crescent-shaped pieces of the pages were torn.
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