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Red Cross Stories for Children by  Georgene Faulkner - Hardcover - 1917 - from Heritage Books and

Red Cross Stories for Children

by Faulkner, Georgene

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Chicago: Daughaday and Co., 1917. No DJ. 12mo = 7-9". Published for The American Red Cross by Daughaday and Company. Intro by H. N. MCCracken, National Director Red Cross Junior Membership. Frontispiece photo of girls in Red Cross uniforms being told stories. Several illustrations by Dorothy Dulin. Light blue cloth ove hard covers with dark blue lettering and illustration, Red Cross flag in white and red. Spine edges and corners show some light wear, a couple of minor stains, pages very clean. Front hinge a little week but binding still very good.


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