Harold M. Brett
(1880 - 1955)
Harold Mathews Brett was an American illustrator and painter best known for his New England scenes and portraits. He studied with Howard Pyle.
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The Peterkin Papers (1924)
A collection of nonsense stories about the family of Peterkins who rely on the Lady from Philadelphia to extricate them from their troubles.
The Story of a Bad Boy (1923)
The story of the author’s youth in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The highlights include the snowball battle on Slater’s Hill and the celebration of the glorious 4th.