3 edition of The little gray lady found in the catalog.
The little gray lady
|Statement||by Channing pollock ...|
|Series||French"s standard library edition.|
|LC Classifications||PS3531.O37 L5 1918|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||18015600|
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LibriVox recording of The Little Gray Lady, by Francis Hopkinson Smith. Read by Carolin. As every Christmas for the last 20 years, the Little Gray Lady lights a candle in her room and spends the evening alone, thinking of a great mistake she has made so long ago.
The Little Gray Lady Jane Grey as Anna Gray James Cooley as Perry Carlyle Jane Fearnley as Ruth Jordan Hal Clarendon as Sam Meade Julia Walcott as Mrs. Jordan Robert Cummings as Richard Graham Mathaleen Aarnold as Mrs.
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