Series: Moving Picture Girls

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The Moving Picture Girls by Laura Lee Hope1
The Moving Picture Girls at Oak Farm by Laura Lee Hope2
The Moving Picture Girls Snowbound by Laura Lee Hope3
The Moving Picture Girls Under the Palms by Laura Lee Hope4
The Moving Picture Girls at Rocky Ranch by Laura Lee Hope5
The Moving Picture Girls at Sea by Laura Lee Hope6
The Moving Picture Girls in War Plays by Laura Lee Hope7

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  1. The Outdoor Girls in a Motor Car by Laura Lee Hope (1913)
  2. Ruth Fielding in Moving Pictures; or, Helping the Dormitory Fund by Alice B. Emerson (1916)
  3. The Red Cross Girls with the Russian Army by Margaret Vandercook (1916)
  4. Nan Sherwood at Pine Camp by Annie Roe Carr (1916)
  5. The Curlytops and Their Playmates; or, Jolly Times Through the Holidays by Howard R. Garis (1901)
  6. Doris Force at Cloudy Cove; or, The Old Miser's Signature by Julia K. Duncan (1930)
  7. Peggy Stewart at Home by Gabrielle E. Jackson (1911)
  8. Dorothy Dale: A Girl of Today by Margaret Penrose (1908)
  9. The Motor Girls by Margaret Penrose (1910)
  10. Dick Hamilton's Airship by Howard R. Garis (1914)
  11. The Blue Grass Seminary Girls' Vacation Adventure; or, Shirley Willing to the Rescue by Carolyn Judson Burnett (1916)
  12. Dorothy Chester at Skyrie by Evelyn Raymond (1907)
  13. Grandpa's Little Girls and Miss Abitha by Alice Turner Curtis
  14. Larry Dexter's Great Search; or, The Hunt for the Missing Millionaire by Howard R. Garis (1909)
  15. The Rover Boys at School by Arthur M. Winfield (1899)

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