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Monday, April 28, 2014
Illustration from 1930's
Here's a scan of a page from one my mother's books from when she was young, that I also loved as a girl. The Dominant Vth by Jessie McAlpine (1930).
The girls have hidden their midnight feast goodies in this wheelbarrow and are trying to get it away without the third girl seeing the loot.
It's funny how I remember it being a better picture of the barrow itself. I colored it with my crayons.