Various: The British Girl's Annual 1920.

Various - The British Girl's Annual 1920.

Cassell. Contents: colour frontispiece by Geo. Bottomley; The Choice: A School Story by Christine Chaundler; The Secret of the Tors: A Holiday Mystery by Dorothy Marsh Garrard; How Gwennyth Made Good: A School Story by Doris A. Pocock; The Little Green Keg: A Story of Smuggling Days by Dorothea Moore; The Windmill: How Freckles Saved the Miller's Life - and the Miller's Money by W. Bourne Cooke; Miss Hurst on Holiday: A Schoolmistress Out of School by Ethel Talbot; The Carol-Singers [verse] by Maud E. Sargent; The Half-Term Holiday by Angela Brazil; Making Friends with Your Books by Agnes M. Miall; The Stop-Gap: A School Story by Grace mary Golden; In Lilac-Time [verse] by Maud E. Sargent; What's In a Name?: The New Girl in the Lower Fourth by Eveline M. Williams; colour plate by Noel Harrold; The Editor's Chair: The Trials and Troubles of a School Magazine and its Editor by Doris A. Pocock; How to Begin a Stamp Collection by Leonard S. Goldsmith; Facing the Rush by Bessie Marchant; King Monmouth: A Story of the Ill-Starred Rebellion of 1685 by Violet M. Methley; colour plate by Stanley Davis; Her Professor: A Story of the Bush by Thelma H. Cohen; Through the Pluck of a Girl: A Tale of the Yukon by Emilie Vaughan-Smith; The Gentleman from Nowhere: A Plot, and How it was Defeated by D. H. Parry; The Autograph: And How Pandora Got it after All by Agnes M. Miall; The Fugitives of November Landing: A Tale of Red Indian Days by H. Mortimer Batten; That Kid!: A School Story by Grace Mary Golden; The Pioneer Girls of the Empire: How the Pluck of the Womenfolk at the Outposts has helped to Build up the Empire by Thelma H. Cohen; A Pair of Fools: A Tale of the Days when Queen Victoria was Young by Agnes M. Miall; The Butcher-Boy's Repentance: How a Mere Girl Taught him to be Kind to Cats by Edgar Jepson; Letter Writing: A Practical paper for Girls by Constance Williams; The Coward: A School Story by Grace Mary Golden; The Courage of Two: A Tale of the Backwoods by Bessie Marchant; The Amazing Miss Carbery by Olaf Baker; The Secret Cabinet: How the Fifth Form turned Detective - and How the Mystery was Solved in a Different Way after All by Eveline M. Williams; colour plate by A. C. Michael; A Borrowed Birthday by Florence Bone; The Highland Correspondent by Ethel Talbot; The silver Ring: Another Story of 1685 by A. Demain Grange; Wanted - A Knight: And How Elaine Found One by Geoffrey H. White; With My Readers by The Editor; A 'Reformed Character': A Boys' School Story by Ross Harvey; An Officer - And a Gentleman: A Story of Cavalier and Roundhead by D. H. Parry; The Cellar Ghost: And How the School Mystery was Solved by Agnes M. Miall; The Mystery Caves: A School Story by Ethel Talbot; The Burglar: And How he was Found by M. B.

232pp plus 4 plates, air-force-blue cloth, gold and black blocking, colour onlay illustration on front-board (reduced, repeat of internal plate), hardback. Illustrated with 4 colour plates and within the text in monchrome with drawings (including full-page).

Sunned spine; edge-wear; front-free endpaper missing and, consequently, front internal-hinge a bit weak; slight edge-foxing; the odd internal fox spot(s); good, clean, reasonable copy, no wrapper.


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