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The picture below is part of a vignette from a poem called The Hare and was found in the book Sunshine At Home, 1883, by the Review and Herald Publishing House. The book was my grandfathers and may have been given to him new when he was three years old. Searching the 'net I find this poem is also called The Little Hare and is sometimes attributed a Mrs. Hawkshaw. The complete poem and picture are below the cut.


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