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The sun., September 10, 1916, SECTION 4 PICTORIAL MAGAZINE, Image 31
The sun. (New York [N.Y.]) 1916-1920
Image provided by: The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundation
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I Mr. Willy, .nd Virginia In the nur.;ry which ha. been fitt.c I , . In V .S' tSld eon;a1.ia, Frci,"
I one of the cabin.. Vlrglnl. ha. a real doll hou.e with a real window it X&T , New York vi. the Strait, of Magellan and
I and a real door. JflmMfr VKjJffx &A jfl wh,ch w" chrtered by Mr- Willys. She
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I Virginia ia a versatile little maid, and har doll, often cat jtalout of tht boat, and tltctrlc Be.t of all, Virginia I Ike. to play at being a Ked Cro.. nur.e. Her doll, are good and alway. take any
train., do,e 'ne P""lbe, no matter how unplea.ant.