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Title: Mirror, 1921
Year: 1921 (1920s)
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Subjects: yearbooks
Publisher: Bates College
Contributing Library: Bates College, Edmund Muskie Archives and Special Collections Library
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y, 3; Manager Volleyball, 4; Entre Nous;Le Petit Salon; U. A. C. C; Seniority, 3, 4; Hockey;Baseball; Volleyball; 2nd Basketball; Soccer;Track; Gym. Meet; Athletic Board, 4; Class DaySpeaker. Where is my American? I cant find my Mo-tion Picture Magazine. Have you seen TheRivers End? Of course Em has them all. Ador-able, romantic, impractical Emma, the movie fiend,the jazz hound, and Latin shark. Emmas marks in hockey will abide alvvay. ButEmma did not mean to do it. Sh—its Emmas day for studying. Well, Idstudy only once a month if I could get As that-a-way, wouldnt you? 36 CORA ANNIE COX, A.B. Lubec; Y. W. C. A.; Enkuklios. Cora is a little spitfire—the making of a revolu-tionist. She has good wheels in her head, too—they run along quite smoothly as she gets startedon a tirade against the injustice of the presentschool system to the youth of the country. Thereis always an argument where there is Cora.—Andby the way, shes what we call a warm brunette.Some hair, Cora, some hair!

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Image from page 254 of “The Ladies’ home journal” (1889)
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Identifier: ladieshomejourna65janwyet
Title: The Ladies’ home journal
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: Wyeth, N. C. (Newell Convers), 1882-1945
Subjects: Women’s periodicals Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive
Publisher: Philadelphia : [s.n.]
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ggested he see her father. Shetook off her apron and they walked a fewblocks to the store. It was a neighborhoodgrocery, very clean although scantilystocked. Her father, a short stocky man,neat in his white coat, came around thecounter to shake hands. How are you, Mr. Wayne? Glad to seeyou. Maybe you can cheer my girl here.Shes been pretty low in her mind. Were still hoping. You saw ColonelGrahams letter? Saw it! I guess I prayed over it.Courtney ate lunch at the Cowan house.Audreys sister was there, with a now smilingbaby in a high chair beside her. Her husbandwas in the thick of the fighting, but she heardfrom him now and then. Nevertheless, therewas tension over the meal Audrey had cooked.He thought she had been crying again. When traintime came she walked with himto the station. I havent given Jeff up, she • ANN TODD, a J. Arthur Rank Or-ganization star. Him appearing inDavid O. Selznicka production ofAlfred Hitchcocks THE PARADINE CASE, relaxes and enjoys a cup ofbrisk Liptons.

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ANN TODD says:What a lift I get from that brisk LIPTON flavor! // Next time you feel fagged and flat,brew yourself a steaming cup of LiptonTea. Youll echo Ann Todds words! The extra flavor-lift you get frombrisk Liptons is no accident! Liptons has a special way of blendingthe very finest Orange Pekoe and Pekoeteas to make the flavor brisk—richer. That brisk goodness seems to seepinto your bones, renewing your spirit! You neednt lie a movie star to affordthe soul-cheering vigor of Lipton Tea.Because even as choice a tea as Liptonscosts less than any drink except water. Get a package todav. Youll see whyLiptons is Americas favorite tea!

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Image from page 758 of “St. Nicholas [serial]” (1873)
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Title: St. Nicholas [serial]
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Authors: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
Subjects: Children’s literature
Publisher: [New York : Scribner & Co.]
Contributing Library: Information and Library Science Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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14 Better than the Circus!* REDDY BRANT: HIS ADVENTURES By W. C. Tuttle

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Illustration from Reddy Brant,by W. C. Tuttle REDDY BRANT is worthknowing. Youll like him,boys, for hes just the sortof fellow you admire—full of pepand ginger and not afraid to takea chance. Fourteen-year-oldReddy wanders into the cow-country and what happens to himthere would make a movie heroturn green with envy. However,Reddy has plenty of grit and be-fore he gets through—but whatsthe use of spoiling a good story ? 12mo, 285 pages. .75 Illustration from Curley and the AztecGold, by Joseph B. Ames CURLY AND THE AZTEC GOLD By Joseph B. Ames YOU remember Curly of the Circle-Bar? Well, here he is again and this time he isafter hidden treasure. Curly, and a heroine as likable as he is, set off throughthe great Southwest to find the precious metal. But a party of desperadoes isseeking the same gold and the two clash in many a battle. How it all comes out is foryou to find out, but take this tip—Mr. Ames has never written a more thrilling tale. Illustrated. 12mo, 268 pages. .75

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