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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 24, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 10

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'LORD FAUNTLEROY'
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Vivian Burnett, the original of "Lit
tle Lord Fauntleroy" and many other
child-heroes found in the bqoks writ
ten by his mother, Mrs. Frances
Hodgson Burnett, is now 38 years old,
and, although he's a successful busi
ness man and active in politics in his
home town on Long Island, he's still,
often called "Little Lord Fauntleroy."
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SEEN HIM?
If you meet
Him on
The street
In his gladsome
Raiment dressed
Sort of swell
From head 1 -
To feet
With a rose
Upon his breast,
And a smile
Upon his face
All dolled up
Like, spick
And span,
Having sport
Around the . . .
Town why,
That's him
The Summer Man!
Grand Rapids Press.
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MOUSE
Vivian Burnett, Today, and In
"Lord Fauntleroy" Days.
New York, N. Y. "Little Lord
Fauntleroy" has found another
"Dearest." This time it's a sweet
heart, Miss Constance Buel, daughter
or tne well-known magazine editor,
Clarence C. Buel. Thev will be mar-
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