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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."
If you meet
In his gladsome
Sort of swell
From head 1 -
With a rose
Upon his breast,
And a smile
Upon his face
All dolled up
Around the . . .
The Summer Man!
Grand Rapids Press.
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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