THE FLOP-EARED HOUND by Ellis Credle
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THE FLOP-EARED HOUND

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This is unique, in that it is a story about a colored family, illustrated by remarkable photographs by Charles Townsend. Boot Jack was lonely. So was the stray hound. They adopted each other, and every attempt to separate them failed. This is the story of their misadventures. Ellis Credle has the faculty for coming close to the people of the soil, and this is no exception.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1938
Publisher: Oxford