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1918. Illustrated. Ruth Fielding is one of the early Stratemeyer Syndicate series for young girls written under the pen name of Alice B. Emerson. Ruth Fielding was an orphan who came to live with her miserly uncle. Her adventures and travels will hold the interest of every reader. In this volume she is helping the war effort by working in the Red Cross. The story begins: A September morning has dawned, with only a vague tang of autumn in the air. In the green old dooryard at the Red Mill, under the spreading shade trees, two girls are shelling a great basket of dried lima beans for the winter's store. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.