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Before she was fairly fastened into her rustling black and purple gown she had confided to Mary that it was her very best one, and that it just wouldn't wear out, because it was too fine for church and she had no occasion to put it on save when she made her rare visits to San Antonio. ...The cheeriness of the reply almost brought tears to Mary's eyes, as she realized for the first time how much more than any of them her mother must have suffered from the hardships of their early poverty, because it was in such sharp contrast to what she had known before. ...As they emerged from the dimly-lighted chapel into the blinding sunshine of the street, Norman31 remarked thoughtfully, 'Of course I'm sorry that Jack had the rheumatism so badly that he had to get out of Lone Rock, but as long as we did have to leave home, I'm jolly glad it brought us to San Antonio.
About Annie F. (Annie Fellows) Johnston, the Author:
Annie Fellows Johnston (1863–1931) was an American author of children's fiction who wrote the popular 'Little Colonel' series, which was the basis for the 1935 Shirley Temple film The Little Colonel. ...Works by or about Annie Fellows Johnston in libraries (WorldCat catalog)