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Betty Gordon in Washington
by Alice B. Emerson
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Alice B. Emerson was a house pseudonym used in the early twentieth century by the Stratemeyer Syndicate to publish two series of books for girls featuring the heroines Ruth Fielding and Betty Gordon. This one is about a young girl's adventures in Washington.
Let me go with you, Betty? coaxed Bobby. "Carter will take us in the machine. I won't bother you, and if you have personal business to attend to, I'll wait for you in the library or some place. Cooking and making lace drives me wild, and if you leave me at home as likely as not I'll pick a quarrel with some one before the morning is over."
About the Author
ALICE B. EMERSON was one of the pen names used by the anonymous authors of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Other books in the Betty Gordon series include Betty Gordon at Boarding School and Betty Gordon in the Land of Oil. "Emerson" also wrote the Ruth Fielding series of young adult novels.
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