[glibrary] Temple Bailey's "Contrary Mary" - blurred word

Andrew Sly sly at victoria.tc.ca
Sat Mar 4 12:14:25 PST 2006

The University of Victoria has a 1915 Grosset & Dunlap edition of this
book. I can try to get there later today to take a look.


Author:            Bailey, Temple.

Title:             Contrary Mary / illustrations, by Charles S. Corson. --
Primary Material:  Book

Publisher:         New York : Grosset & Dunlap, [1915]

Description:       388 p. : ill. (some col.)

Location:           McPherson Library

Call Number:       PS3503 A5C6
Status:            In Library

On Sat, 4 Mar 2006, Al Haines (shaw) wrote:

> I have a copy of "Contrary Mary" by Temple Bailey, copyright 1914 by The Penn Publishing Company, published by Grosset & Dunlap.
> The words at the end of the first line on page 163 are blurred, the last one beyond recognition.  The line they're in reads:
> Resolutely she had conquered all(?) the(?) _____
> ering agony... (this fragment is the start of the next line on the page)
> Can someone who has this book confirm the questioned words above, and fill in the blank?

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