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Child of Storm
H. Rider Haggard Child of Storm
  • English
  • 92238 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
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Henry Rider Haggard, generally known as H. Rider Haggard or Rider Haggard, came from a line of Danish descent and was born at Bradenham, Norfolk, the eighth of ten children, to Sir William Meybohm Rider Haggard, a barrister, and Ella Doveton, an author and poet.[2] He was i... Read more...

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ERIC BRIGHTEYES
H. Rider Haggard ERIC BRIGHTEYES
  • English
  • 106093 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
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Henry Rider Haggard, generally known as H. Rider Haggard or Rider Haggard, came from a line of Danish descent and was born at Bradenham, Norfolk, the eighth of ten children, to Sir William Meybohm Rider Haggard, a barrister, and Ella Doveton, an author and poet.[2] He was i... Read more...

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The Garden, You, and I
Mabel Osgood Wright The Garden, You, and I
  • English
  • 86824 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 2
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Mabel Osgood Wright (26 January 1859 – 16 July 1934) was an American author.She was born to Samuel and Ellen Haswell (Murdock) Osgood in New York City on 26 January 1859, and was educated at home and in private schools.[1] On 25 September 1884, she was married to James Osbo... Read more...

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HEIMATLOS
Johanna Spyri HEIMATLOS

Two stories for children, and for those who love children

  • English
  • 48357 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
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Johanna Spyri (German: [joˈhana ˈʃpiːri]; 12 June 1827 – 7 July 1901) was a Swiss-born author of children's stories, and is best known for her book Heidi. Born Johanna Louise Heusser in the rural area of Hirzel, Switzerland, as a child she spent several summers in the area ... Read more...

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The Little House In The Fairy Wood
Ethel Cook Eliot The Little House In The Fairy Wood
  • English
  • 34360 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 2
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That morning began no differently from any morning, though it was to be the beginning of all things new for Eric. He was awakened early by Mrs. Freg's rough hand shaking him by the arm, and her rough voice in his ears: "Get up, lazy-bones! _All_ you boys pile out, this v... Read more...

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SUBURBAN HOMES ALONG THE C. B. & Q.
POOLE BROS. PRINTERS AND ENGRAVERS, CHICAGO SUBURBAN HOMES ALONG THE C. B. & Q.
  • English
  • 3219 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
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UT of reach of the smoke and grime and dost, and yet completely in touch with the city, are hundreds and hun- dreds of beautiful homes along- the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad. Nearly all of the suburban districts in which these homes are located are, in poi... Read more...

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SUBURBAN HOMES MORGAN PARK
S. L. JENKS & CO. SUBURBAN HOMES MORGAN PARK
  • English
  • 2687 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 2
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To all who have any desire to secure a home of their own, and become independent citizens, but who do not yet see their way clear to its accomplishment, the Blue Island Land and Building Company, the owners of the larger part of Morgan Park, offer the following stat... Read more...

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THE ILLINOIS CLUB, CHICAGO 154 ASHLAND AVENUE
PRESS OF ROBINSON & SMITH, CHICAGO THE ILLINOIS CLUB, CHICAGO 154 ASHLAND AVENUE
  • English
  • 6061 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
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ARTICLE I. This shall be called THE ILLINOIS CLUB OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO.

OBJECT.

ARTICLE II. Its purposes shall be the cultivation and promotion of literature and the fine arts, and of social intercourse.

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THE PRESS CLUB OF CHICAGO
CONSORTIUM OF ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH LIBRARIES IN ILLINOIS THE PRESS CLUB OF CHICAGO

ITS PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

  • English
  • 5909 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
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The press Club of Chicago was organized January 11, 1880, with the following object:

"To bring members of the newspaper and literary profession together in closer personal relations, to further good fellowship, to promote the interests of its members, and to provide... Read more...

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THE PRESS CLUB OF CHICAGO
LAWRENCE J. GUTTER THE PRESS CLUB OF CHICAGO
  • English
  • 1155 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
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'MO one who has not enjoyed the hospi- tality of the Chicago Press Club knows what he has missed. I am deeply sensi- ble of the fact that I have never known Chicago at her best until today; have never know^n the real source of her strength and the secret of her renown.

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