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watches in horror as the chicken coop goes up in flames. Her pet rabbit
is in there. She has managed to save the kittens and turtle but the rabbit
can't be saved. As she mourns for her pet, she wishes she had a good picture
of him so she could remember that image and not the last few moments of
his life. When she saw the Autographic camera for sale at the drug store,
she knew she had to have it even though it was very expensive. Could she
earn enough money to buy it? If she did, could she ever learn how to use
it? Find out in PICTURES, 1918.
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