Aunt Jane's nieces on the ranch
Reilly and Britton Company, 1913
The story of racial tension on a California ranch, as one of the nieces and her progressive-minded husband employ a Mexican governess. Uncle John is not pleased with the arrangement and hires a white governess to replace her.
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