As promised, here are a couple more stories from the “found” (on Ebay) self-made book of stories and collages from the early 20th Century. Made by what I assume to be a little girl for her brothers and sisters. The spelling is unusual but I am reproducing the original text – not doing so would spoil the experience. Enjoy!.
You can see the whole book here.
Second story: In the play
Mother was reading a letter and liz u both and Mabel were seated by the breakfast table It said in the letter Dear Mises Whig I am very sorry if Im wrring you but will your daughter go in a play. Oh Mother cried Mabel wonte it be lovly and I go to yac said hir mother and thy haid a lovly time and when Mabel went to bed she thore about it ale Night
Third story: Our New Pony
Oh Mother said Rose it is dull I wish we had a pony wait pachintly said hir Mother Rose was very suprize but she went to play with the others When thy went in to tea thir Mother said to them go and see the suprize out in the feald thy went and thy saw a little pony thy were very happy