Johnny-cake and Gingerbread.
Manchester, ME, Falmouth Pub House, (1953). G ex-library markings. Round the clock, round the year moods, memories and philosophy, wit and humor combine with pathos and understanding. Brown lives in Bangor, Maine, born in the little town of Sebec, and spent high school days in Dover-Foxcroft. In "Service Please!" Brown talks about two older ladies sitting at a lunch counter and not getting much attention or much food. Library markings, spine faded.
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Book number: BOOKS055105I
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