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C.D. Warner, et al., comp.
The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Mary Louise Peebles (1833–1915)

Peebles, Mrs. Mary Louise (Parmlee) [“Lynde Palmer”]. An American writer of juvenile tales; born in Lansingburg, NY, Dec. 10, 1833; died on April 25, 1915. Among her books are: ‘The Little Captain’ (1861); ‘Helps over Hard Places’ (1862); ‘The Good Fight’ (1865); ‘The Honorable Club’ (1867); ‘Drifting and Steering’ (1867); ‘Archie’s Shadow’ (1869); ‘Jeannette’s Cisterns’; ‘The Spirit’s Pathway’; ‘Five Journeys Around the World.’