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Make 'em laugh again!

Author: Charles N Lurie
Publisher: New York, London, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1928.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles N Lurie
OCLC Number: 4369619
Description: vi, 283 pages 17 cm
Contents: Absent minded --
Aches and pains --
Army --
Art and artists --
Billiards --
Books and writing --
Bridge --
Business --
Children --
Courtship and marriage --
Doctors --
Dogs --
Domesticity --
Drinking --
Drummers --
Eating and restaurants --
English --
Father and son --
Fishing --
Ghosts --
Golf --
Hebrew --
Hospitality --
Hunting --
Insanity --
Irish --
Labor --
Legal --
Men and women --
Ministers --
Miscellaneous --
Negro --
Politics --
Prisoners --
Racing --
School and college --
Scotch --
Servants --
Ships --
Speakers and speaking --
Sports --
Stage --
Tramps --
Traveling --
Worry.
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