The History of Gutta Percha Willie The Working Genius

“It's very hard work,” said his grandmother. “Only you wouldn't mind that, I know, Willie.” “No man minds hard work,” said Willie. “I think I should like to be a mason; for then, you see, I should be able to look at what I had done.

The History of Gutta Percha Willie   The Working Genius

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Pages: 124
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Pages: 160
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