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Excerpt from Our Town: The Story of the Growth and Development of a Typical American Town
First, our many residents who have contributed toward this booklet-thrifty and prudent as they are would not be satisfied with anything of lesser quality. That we know.
Second, our prospective residents should be given the whole picture. The most gifted conversationalist often fails to do this, to say nothing of the poorer descriptive ability of most of us. When that happens, as it generally does, the injustice is worked, not upon you or me, but upon Libertyville. So we shall try here to give you the complete story in words and pictures of this typical American town - typical, we say, because it has a main street and a village park with a library, and small industries and substantial homes and surf rounding farmland; yet distinctive (and this is why we are inspired to publish Our Town because it offers a philosophy, a way of living, that makes for the more happy, more fruitful life.
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bound: 30 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 21, 2017)
isbn: 0259948950, 978-0259948957,
weight: 1.9 ounces (