1904. A Sequel to The Magic Cameo. Mrs. Georgie Sheldon was one of the popular writers of the day of dime-store novels for women, published by Street and Smith, a key publisher of cheap fiction. Sheldon was the author of That Dowdy, Tina, The Little Marplot, His Heart's Queen, Thrice Wedded and forty other books of exceptional interest to be found only in the Eagle Series. Katherine's Sheaves begins: It was four o'clock in the afternoon on the opening day of the midwinter term at Hilton Seminary, a noted institution located in a beautiful old town of Western New York. A group of gay girls had just gathered in one of the pleasant and spacious recreation rooms and were chattering like the proverbial flock of magpies-exchanging merry greetings after their vacation; comparing notes on studies, classes and roommates; discussing the advent of new teachers, pupils and improvements, when a tall, gracious woman of, perhaps, thirty-five years suddenly appeared in the doorway, her fair face gleaming with humorous appreciation of the animated scene and babble before her, and enjoined silence with the uplifting of one slim white hand.
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