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The Tale of an Old Fox
(n.p.), [Self-Published], (n.d.). Self-published recollections of a widow living in a stone house near Superior, Wisconsin. Born in 1900, married in 1924, and widowed in 1975, her stories are entirely of animals in the yard (and sometimes house): bears, squirrels, dogs, mice, groundhogs, birds, raccoons, and deer. Signed by the author at the bottom of the final page, where she signs off until "more things happen that's of interest to you." A 12-page pamphlet, in mildly wavy stapled wrappers; near fine. Two corrections to the text, likely by the author. No copies listed in OCLC. Published without a price, but with the statement that any profit is to go to Greenpeace. [#034624] SOLD

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