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Streeter, Edward: As You Were, Bill! (illustrated). v1. 09 August 2012
First published 1920.
By Edward Streeter (1891-1976), author of “Father of the Bride,” “Dere Mable,” “That’s Me All Over, Mable,” “Same Old Bill, eh Mable!” etc.
The fourth, and final, of the “Dere Mable” books. The Great War (World War I) is over, and it’s back to civilian life for Bill. He meets his buddy Angus in the big city far from his hometown of Philopolis, and they both decide to seek jobs at Uncle Charlie’s “ex an import bisnes.” Many comic situations lie ahead, all described in his letters to Mable. These tales are enhanced by 42 full-page cartoon illustrations.
If ever you need a challenge in your life, try to proofread an OCR scan of a book written with deliberate bad spelling and punctuation. My brane hertz now.
I manually replicated the cover image, because the original is in very sad condition. It is not warranted for accuracy! I am also uploading the original cover, for anyone who prefers "old-book nostalgia" to the book-producer’s zeal. Zip includes 16M-color and 256-color pngs.
Last edited by dreams; 08-09-2012 at 12:39 AM.
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