I Serve

Red Cross button with the slogan "I Serve."

Found in "Almost True Tales" published by G. P. Putnam's Sons, no date listed.

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  1. OCLC citation for this:

    Irving, Washington et al. Almost True Tales. New York : Putnam, [1912?] iv, xi-xiii, 423 pages illustrations 20 cm. OCLC #335908. Contents : Irving, Washington. Rip Van Winkle, The legend of Sleepy Hollow.-Hawthorne, Nathaniel. The paradise of children, The three golden apples, The golden touch, The pomegranate seeds, Circe's palace.- Bulfinch, Thomas. Cupid and Psyche, The golden fleece.- Farrington, Margaret Vere. The tournament at Winchester, The lady of Shalott.- Kingsley, Charles. Perseus.- De la Ramé, Louisa. A dog of Flanders.

  2. I'm reading Washington Irving's A History of New York and found a Seyfang's bread and crackers bookmark. Seems to date from 1900-1910. Almost pristine condition.