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Paddy-The-Next-Best-Thing By Gertrude Page
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Gertrude Eliza Page (1872, Erdington - 1 April 1922, Mazoe... More > District, Southern Rhodesia) was an Anglo-Rhodesian novelist.Educated at Bedford High School, Page wrote for the Girl's Own Paper as a teenager. Marrying Alec Dobbin in 1902, she moved with him to Rhodesia, where she died in 1922.Her best-selling book was Paddy the Next Best Thing, which was dramatized and performed in Britain at the Savoy Theatre. Another novel of hers, The Edge o' Beyond, of which more than 300,000 copies were sold, was also made into a play as well as being a 1919 film (directed by Fred W. Durrant, featuring Isobel Elsom, Owen Nares, Minna Grey, C. H. Hallard and Ruby Miller). Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gertrude_Page< Less
Rodhesian By Gertrude Page
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Rodhesian by Gertrude Eliza Page, first published in 1912. Gertrude Page (1873-1922), She was the daughter of John Elliott Page. He moved to this area when Gertrude was three, and bought a coal and... More > malting business at Bedford. He had had two wives, with three children by the first, and seven by the second. The Page family resided at “The Mount”, Aspley Heath, which John may have had built in 1880, then they moved to “Heatherbank” in 1882. John amassed 5 acres, by buying up the land from other landowners to build this house on, which was enough to build his house in some seclusion. Tells the story of living in Rodhesia. Throughout its history, Rhodesia continued to be referred to by the British, who did not recognise the state, as "Southern Rhodesia". The name "Rhodesia" had referred to the territory consisting of Southern Rhodesia and Northern Rhodesia which formed the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland. It consisted of modern Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Malawi.< Less
Paddy the Next Best Thing By Gertrude Page
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Paddy the Next Best Thing by Gertrude Page, first published in 1908. Paddy Adair, the “next-best-thing,” as she was fond of calling herself, and the reason for which will appear... More > hereafter, sat at the table, and spread all around her were little square books of “patterns for blouses,” from which she was vainly endeavouring to make a selection. Meanwhile she kept up a running conversation with the only other occupant of the room, a girl with dreamy eyes of true Irish blue, who sat in the window, motionless, gazing across the Loch at the distant mountains. She heard no word of all her sister was saying, but that did not appear to trouble Paddy in the least, so doubtless it was not an unusual state of affairs. Gertrude Page (1873-1922), She was the daughter of John Elliott Page. He moved to this area when Gertrude was three, and bought a coal and malting business at Bedford. He had had two wives, with three children by the first, and seven by the second.< Less
Gertrude Fisher-Fishman By Louise Fishman
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94 page catalogue showing paintings by Gertrude Fisher-Fishman
Ancestry of Gertrude L. (Van Wagoner) Messenger By Leon R. Messenger
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Ancestors of Gertrude L. (Van Wagoner)Messenger of Atchison Co., Kansas by Leon R. Messenger (Lincoln, NE, 2012) xxxii + 536 pp, index. Ahnentafel for 16+ generations from 1874 to the late 1570s. the... More > genealogy comprises 830 surnames; of which 180 are direct ancestors. Areas of residence are Kansas, New York (Dutch and English), and most New England States. More notable family names are (but not all inclusive): Allen, Audley, Bradford, Crandall, Curtis, Finch, Foote, Hosmer, Kellogg, Lapham, Mosher, Traphagen, Van Wagoner and Wilbur. Sources and references are given on each page.< Less
Book of Hours in Latin and Flemish was made by Sister Gertrude Bay at Netherlands in 1493. By Richard Estes
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Book #1693: Book of Hours in Latin and Flemish. It was made by Sister Gertrude Bay at Netherlands in 1493. National Library at Paris, France - Arsenal Ms. 424. It has 319 leaves but you will see 88... More > special color pages.< Less
Desert Queen: The Extraordinary Life of Gertrude Bell, Adventurer, Adviser to Kings, Ally of Lawrence of Arabia Study Guide By BookRags.com
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Desert Queen: The Extraordinary Life of Gertrude Bell, Adventurer, Adviser to Kings, Ally of Lawrence of Arabia Study Guide consists of approx. 34 pages of summaries and analysis on Desert Queen: The... More > Extraordinary Life of Gertrude Bell, Adventurer, Adviser to Kings, Ally of Lawrence of Arabia by Janet Wallach.< Less
Jolly Old Shadow Man By Gertrude Alice Kay & edited by Ellie Dixon
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In the Jolly Old Shadow Man Tom is taken on an adventure by the magical shadow on his bedroom wall and learns that it is better to be kind and polite to everyone, rather than bad-tempered and grumpy.... More > Lovely book - 34 pages with wonderful full-colour illustrations by Gertrude Alice Kay lovingly restored by Ellie Dixon to be as fresh as the day they were drawn. A great story - but also the starting point for some serious conversations with your child about what is and isn't considerate and acceptable behaviour. Recommended for age 4-7, but other ages will probably enjoy too.< Less
Jolly Old Shadow Man By Gertrude Alice Kay & edited by Ellie Dixon
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In the Jolly Old Shadow Man Tom is taken on an adventure by the magical shadow on his bedroom wall and learns that it is better to be kind and polite to everyone, rather than bad-tempered and grumpy.... More > Lovely book - 34 pages with wonderful full-colour illustrations by Gertrude Alice Kay lovingly restored by Ellie Dixon to be as fresh as the day they were drawn. A great story - but also the starting point for some serious conversations with your child about what is and isn't considerate and acceptable behaviour. Recommended for age 4-7, but other ages will probably enjoy too.< Less
The Last Sentence By Morgan Miller
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When Sarah and Jen travel down a lonely road, they come across a frightening discovery. Two ghosts stop the girls in their path with a cry for help. Now Jen must help the ghosts to stop a curse and... More > finish the last page of a very old book. Newlyweds, Gertrude and George are in for an adventure when someone breaks into their new beautiful house. Both of their stories intertwine in this heart-racing story.< Less

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