THE INNOCENTS FROM INDIANA by Emily Kimbrough
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THE INNOCENTS FROM INDIANA

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Of more direct interest than the gibes at clubwomen in It Gives Me Great Pleasure these reminiscences of a Chicago childhood should tickle older girls. The big city proved to be a shattering experience after Indiana -- hotels, unsympathetic neighborhoods, and a big girls' school provide vastly entertaining anecdotes. Good fun with the Kimbrough touch.

Pub Date: Oct. 18th, 1950
Publisher: Harper