Illustrated by Charlotte Steiner.
SEE Jackson, Charlotte C. SINATRA, FRANK.
Illustrators: Charlotte Becker & Ellen Segner.
LEWI, CHARLOTTE ARMSTRONG.
By Charlotte Armstrong.
Charlotte Armstrong Lewi (A); 9May69; R461236. LEWIS, B. ROLAND.
University of Chicago (PWH); 18Aug69; R472333. KENNEDY, CHARLOTTE REED.
BRYANT, CHARLOTTE KRUGER.
We spend our years, by Charlotte Kruger.
SEE BRYANT, CHARLOTTE KRUGER.
By Charlotte Jackson.
Charlotte Jackson (A); 22Jul74; R582018.
By Charlotte Murray Russell.
Charlotte Murray Russell (A); 18Jul74; R582023.
By Charlotte Steiner.
Charlotte Steiner (A); 21Aug74; R583921.
TWEEDSMUIR, SUSAN CHARLOTTE, LADY.
Lady Susan Charlotte Tweedsmuir (W); 12May58; R214515. BUCHANAN, ESTELLE D. Bacteriology for students in general and household science.
TWEEDSMUIR, LADY SUSAN CHARLOTTE.
(In The Charlotte observer, Sept. 15-Oct. 17, 1935) © 15Sep-17Oct35; A5-69459.
BIRCH-PFEIFFER, CHARLOTTE, actress, born in Stuttgart; acted in Berlin; wrote dramas (1800-1868).
" "How sorry I am," said Charlotte Benson.
Everybody wanted to stay, and everybody tried to be quite firm; but as no one's firmness but mine was based on inclination, the result was that Sophie and I were "remainder," and Mary Leighton, Charlotte, and Henrietta drove away with Kilian quite jauntily, at half-past seven o'clock.
But before she went, Charlotte, who was really good-natured with all her sharpness and self-will, went into the library to speak to Mr. Langenau, and to show she did not resent the noonday slight, whatever that had been.