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Editor’s drawer — From the September 1922 issue

The lady who obliges

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The biter bitten

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The journey (a monologue)

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Shopping (a monologue)

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The woman investor

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A monologue

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Dressing for the play

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Photographing the baby

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At the hairdresser’s

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The boarding-house keeper

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Her first trip abroad

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A woman inquiring about trains

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The invalid

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Editor’s drawer — From the March 1904 issue

Her tailor-made gown

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Editor’s drawer — From the December 1903 issue

A woman in a shoe-shop

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Editor’s drawer — From the November 1903 issue

A bill from the milliner

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Editor’s drawer — From the September 1903 issue

Hunting for an apartment

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Her first call on the butcher

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Editor’s drawer — From the June 1903 issue

Mis’ Deborah has a visitor

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