Series: The Campfire Girls

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The Camp Fire Girls and Aunt Madge by Harriet Rietz1
The Camp Fire Girls' Week-end Party by Harriet Rietz2
The Camp Fire Girls' Success by Helen Hart3
The Camp Fire Girls in High School by Helen Hart4
The Camp Fire Girls' Duty Call by Helen Hart5
The Camp Fire Girls at Work by Helen Hart6
The Campfire Girls' Red Cross Work by Helen Hart7

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Series description

A number of the titles in this series are reworkings of volumes from the 'Mary Lee' series, penned by Harriet Rietz, Helen Hart (a pseudonym of Samuel E. Lowe), and Anna Darby Merrill.


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