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HAPPY LITTLE PEOPLE by  MARY BRINE - from Aleph-Bet Books, Inc. and



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KING, PAUL. HUMPHREY,MAUD - IMITATION. HAPPY LITTLE PEOPLE by Mary Brine. Boston: Lothrop (1898). 4to, cloth backed pictorial boards, edges rubbed else VG+. Poems and stories including one about a Pug. Illustrated by Paul King with 6 fine chromolithograped plates of cherubic little people just like Maud Humphrey's work.



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