VICTORIA CLICKS by Helen Diehl Olds
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VICTORIA CLICKS

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A touch of vocational value to this tale of Vicky, tyro photographer, who proves her ability in the summer she set out to earn part of her college tuition with her camera. A double exposure lands her a job doing a dog column for the local paper; when this is cancelled, chance throws another opportunity her way, and she eventually strikes luck in the value placed upon a picture she has taken of a shady politician, with and without the aid of her boy friend, Collin, youthful newspaperman. Pleasant small town setting, and enterprising Vicky proves a good companion. Stronger on the story end than on the photographic.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1942
Publisher: Messner