Houghton Mifflin Company publishers, Boston and New York; hardbound with blue boards; slight list to cover; clean pages and tight binding; dust jacket poor condition; "Third Impression, October 1936".

 

Plot -

On a dreary, cold and snowy day in a small town in 1919 Indiana, a peddler named Hannah Parmalee (Bainter) appears at the door of a kind couple, Paul Ward (Rains) and his wife, Marcia (Johnson), selling apple peelers. Asked by Mrs. Ward to come inside and warm up, Hannah sees they are struggling financially and are in need of some domestic help. She offers her services and becomes their cook and housekeeper for room and board.

WHITE BANNERS by Lloyd C. Douglas

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