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Streeter, Edward: Same Old Bill, eh Mable! (illustrated). v1. 09 August 2012
First published 1919.
By Edward Streeter (1891-1976), author of “Father of the Bride,” “Dere Mable,” “That’s Me All Over, Mable,” “As You Were, Bill!” etc.
The third in the “Dere Mable” series, with 27 full-page cartoon illustrations. During the final months of World War I, Bill and his unit are finally shipped overseas to France and the front lines. Even during conditions of mobilization and battle, his letters to Mable continue to describe the comic moments of his life. There are some serious moments as well, and the reader is reminded of the sacrifices made by so many men and women in wartime.
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