The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Aunt Susan's Quilt

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The Chicago Ledger edition

(source: Digital Library @ Villanova University)
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Series: The Chicago Ledger v. 46 no. 13 (page 24)
Item: Aunt Susan's Quilt
Date: March 30, 1918
First Sentence: "Now, Angie," the old voice quavered, "I'm giving you my silk quilt when I'm gone. You've always been my righthand friend in all my troubles. I care more for the quilt than I do for anything else that's mine, and I want you to have it when I'm thru."
Last Sentence: "I just found it here, sewed in the blocks where she put it herself. Oh! I am glad. So glad."

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