The life of an ordinary woman

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Houghton Mifflin Company, Jan 1, 1929 - Biography & Autobiography - 300 pages

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User Review  - AmronGravett - LibraryThing

"When we come to the train, I feel I am really seeing life. This little narrow-gauge train, consisting of a dinkey engine and two spitty, dusty cars, seems lovely to me." The book is an honest ... Read full review

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User Review  - elsyd - LibraryThing

The charm of this book is partly the plain, simple language used by the author, never trying to be something she was not. I would defy any woman to read this book and not find something that relates to her own life. Anne Ellis was a fine, hardworking woman. Read full review

Contents

Anne Ellis 1929 Frontispiece
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There has always been some one to stake his money
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Just below my boardinghouse at Independence
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