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Streeter, Edward: Thats Me All Over, Mable (illustrated). v1. 09 August 2012
First published 1919.
By Edward Streeter (1891-1976), author of “Father of the Bride,” “Dere Mable,” “Same Old Bill, eh Mable!” “As You Were, Bill!” etc.
Twenty more letters from Army rookie Bill to his sweetheart, with 26 full-page cartoon illustrations. Bill has left the infantry and joined the artillery, and we are in for a whole new set of adventures. Bill may seem quasi-illiterate, with his highly imaginative spelling and punctuation, and naive about the ways of the world, but the understated humor lets you know he can also be a “pretty shrood fello.”
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