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DOLL THAT WAS LOST AND FOUND by  JOSEPHINE SCRIBNER GATES - from Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. and Biblio.com

DOLL THAT WAS LOST AND FOUND

by GATES, JOSEPHINE SCRIBNER

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NILES, HELEN. DOLLS. THE DOLL THAT WAS LOST AND FOUND by Josephine Scribner Gates. Toledo: Franklin Pub. Co. (1903). 8vo (6 1/2 x 9"), half cloth and patterned paper, pictorial paste-on, 137p., near fine. This is the story of a rich little girl whose doll was taken by a dog owned by a poor little girl. Both were miserable until their doctor solved everything with much time and effort. Printed on coated paper and illustrated in black and white by Helen J. Niles. This copy IS INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. A charming story and quite a scarce title.

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