Collected Stories of Maud Hart Lovelace and Delos Lovelace, Vol. 1

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A delightful collection of 12 short stories written by Maud Hart Lovelace and Delos Lovelace, first published from 1915-1928.

Maud Hart Lovelace is the author of six historical fiction novels and eighteen children’s books. She is internationally known for the Betsy-Tacy children’s books. Delos Lovelace is the author of eight novels and many short stories. Three of their novels, Maud and Delos wrote together.

Collected Stories Volume 2 can be found here.

Edited by Julie A Schrader
Published by: Minnesota Heritage Publishing
Format: Paperback, 208 pages, 6 x 9

2 in stock

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Stories include:

Borghild’s Clothes, by Maud and Delos Lovelace, from Modern Priscilla Magazine, April 1922

The Carcassonne Flyer, by Maud Hart Lovelace, from Sunset Magazine, April 1925

Carmelita, Widow, by Maud and Delos Lovelace, from The Catholic World Magazine, October 1924

The Daring Of Daphne, by Maud Hart Lovelace, from Los Angeles Times Magazine, April 10, 1921

Dollars and Doughnuts, by Maud and Delos Lovelace, from People’s Home Journal, July 1928

Emma Middleton Cuts Cross Country, by Maud Palmer Hart, from Ainslee’s, Volume 35, June 1915

Engaged!: An emotional adventure, showing the endless adventures of conforming to popular desire, by Maud Palmer Hart, The Ladies’ World, December 1916

The Fires of Genius, by Maud Palmer Hart, The Ladies’ World, February 1916

The House that Dee Built, by Maud Hart Lovelace, Today’s Housewife, April 1922

In a Tree: How Would You Like To Live There?, by Maud and Delos Lovelace, The American Needlewoman, August 1923

The Little White Lamb: When two women take a man in charge-, by Maud Hart Lovelace, The Delineator, June 1924

Love’s Daily Dozen, by Maud Hart Lovelace, The Delineator, August 1925

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