Easy Steps in Housekeeping; Or, Mary Frances' Adventures Among the Doll People

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John C. Winston Company, 1914 - Doll furniture - 235 pages
A story that teaches little girls how to grow up to be good house-keepers, told through the lives of a family of paper dolls.
 

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