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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Amy Ella Blanchard (1856–1926)

Blanchard, Amy Ella. An American writer of juvenile stories; born in Baltimore, MD, in 1856; died in 1926. Among her numerous works are: ‘Wee Babies’ (1882); ‘My Own Dolly’ (1893); ‘Two Girls’ (1894); ‘Betty of Wye’ (1896); ‘Miss Vanity’ (1899); ‘Her Very Best’ (1900); ‘Twenty Little Maidens’; ‘The Four Corners in California and in Numerous Other Places.’