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The Camp Fire Girls Across the Seas by Margaret Vandercook
The Camp Fire Girls Amid the Snows by Margaret Vandercook
The Camp Fire Girls and Aunt Madge by Harriet Rietz
The Camp Fire Girls and Mt. Greylock by Isabel Hornibrook
The Camp Fire Girls as Detectives by Julianne DeVries
The Camp Fire Girls as Federal Investigators by Julianne DeVries
The Camp Fire Girls at Camp Keewaydin, or, Down Paddles by Hildegarde G. Frey
The Camp Fire Girls at Driftwood Heights by Margaret Love Sanderson
The Camp Fire Girls at Half Moon Lake by Margaret Vandercook
The Camp Fire Girls at Hillside by Margaret Love Sanderson
The Camp Fire Girls at Holly House by Julian DeVries
The Camp Fire Girls at Long Lake, or, Bessie King in Summer Camp by Jane L. Stewart
The Camp Fire Girls at Lookout Pass by Margaret Love Sanderson
The Camp Fire Girls at Onoway House, or, The Magic Garden by Hildegarde G. Frey
The Camp Fire Girls at Pine-tree Camp by Margaret Love Sanderson
The Camp Fire Girls at School, or, The Woleho Weavers by Hildegarde G. Frey
The Camp Fire Girls at Sunrise Hill by Margaret Vandercook
The Camp Fire Girls at the End of the Trail by Margaret Vandercook
The Camp Fire Girls at the Seashore, or, Bessie King's Happiness by Jane L. Stewart
The Camp Fire Girls at the White House by Julianne DeVries
The Camp Fire Girls at Top o' the World by Margaret Love Sanderson
The Camp Fire Girls at Twin Lakes by Stella M. Francis
The Camp Fire Girls Behind the Lines by Margaret O'Bannon Womack Vandercook
The Camp Fire Girls by the Blue Lagoon by Margaret O'Bannon Womack Vandercook
The Camp Fire Girls Do Their Bit; or, Over the Top with the Winnebagos by Hildegarde G. Frey
The Camp Fire Girls Flying Around the Globe by Julianne DeVries
The Camp Fire Girls Go Motoring; or, Along the Road that Leads the Way by Hildegarde G. Frey
The Camp Fire Girls in After Years by Margaret Vandercook
The Camp Fire Girls in Merrie England by Margaret Vandercook
The Camp Fire Girls in Old Kentucky by Margaret Love Sanderson
The Camp Fire Girls in the Allegheny Mountains by Stella M. Francis
The Camp Fire Girls in the Country by Stella M. Francis
The Camp Fire Girls in the Forest by Irene Elliott Benson
The Camp Fire Girls in the Maine Woods, or, The Winnebagos go Camping by Hildegarde G. Frey
The Camp Fire Girls in the Mountains, or, Bessie King's Strange Adventure by Jane L. Stewart
The Camp Fire Girls in the Outside World by Margaret Vandercook
The Camp Fire Girls in the Woods, or, Bessie King's First Council Fire by Jane L. Stewart
The Camp Fire Girls Mountaineering by Irene Elliott Benson
The Camp Fire Girls of Brightwood by Amy E. Blanchard
The Camp Fire Girls of Roselawn by Margaret Penrose
The Camp Fire Girls of Wyandotte Camp by Harriet Pyne Grove
The Camp Fire Girls on a Hike by Stella M. Francis
The Camp Fire Girls on Caliban Island by Julianne DeVries
The Camp Fire Girls on Ellen's Isle by Hildegarde G. Frey
The Camp Fire Girls on Hurricane Island by Margaret Love Sanderson
The Camp Fire Girls on the Edge of the Desert by Margaret Vandercook
The Camp Fire Girls on the Farm, or Bessie King's New Chum by Jane L. Stewart
The Camp Fire Girls on the Field of Honor by Margaret Vandercook
The Camp Fire Girls on the Ice, or, The Mystery of a Winter Cabin by Marion Davidson
The Camp Fire Girls on the March, or, Bessie King's Test of Friendship by Jane L. Stewart
The Camp Fire Girls on the Open Road, or, Glorify Work by Hildegarde G. Frey
The Camp Fire Girls on the Trail by Harriet Pyne Grove
The Camp Fire Girls Solve a Mystery, or, the Christmas Adventure at Carver House by Hildegarde G. Frey
The Camp Fire Girls' Careers by Margaret Vandercook
The Camp Fire Girls' Duty Call by Samuel E. Lowe
The Camp Fire Girls' Lake Camp by Irene Elliott Benson
The Camp Fire Girls' Larks and Pranks, or, The House of the Open Door by Hildegarde G. Frey
The Camp Fire Girls' Outing by Stella M. Frances
The Camp Fire Girls' Rural Retreat by Irene Elliott Benson
The Camp Fire Girls' Success by Helen Hart
The Camp Fire Girls' Trip Up the River by Stella M. Francis
The Camp Fire Girls' Week-end Party by Harriet Rietz
The Camp Fire Girls, or, The Secret of an Old Mill by Marion Davidson
A Cruise on the Boojum; or, The Camp Fire Girls on a Yacht by Margaret Love Sanderson
Ethel Hollister's First Summer as a Campfire Girl by Irene Elliott Benson
Ethel Hollister's Second Summer as a Campfire Girl by Irene Elliott Benson
How Ethel Hollister became a Campfire Girl by Irene Elliott Benson
In Camp with the Muskoday Camp Fire Girls by Amy E. Blanchard
Little Sisters to the Camp Fire Girls by E.A. Watson Hyde
Mary Lee the Camp Fire Girl by Harriet Rietz
The Radio Girls at Forest Lodge by Margaret Penrose
The Radio Girls on Station Island by Margaret Penrose
The Radio Girls on the Program by Margaret Penrose

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