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The Iowa Homemaker

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The orchard that Nancy and the neighbor children played in was a place to dream about in after years. The trees were large and old, with wide spreading branches interlacing to shut out the direct rays of the sun. The light which filtered thru this green roofing was dim and green golden. On three sides the place was sheltered by walls of foliage-vine-covered tangles of trees and shrubbery which opened on the fourth side to a group of farm buildings and beyond them the far-reaching landscape of a prairie country.

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