Maybe—Tomorrow

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MAYBE—TOMORROW

Maybe—

TOMORROW


by Jay Little





Pageant Press
New York

All names, characters, and events in this book are
fictional, and any resemblance to real persons is
coincidental.

All rights reserved. Copyright, 1952, by Jay Little.
Published by Pageant Press, 130 West 42nd Street,
New York 36, N. Y. First edition. Manufactured
in the United States of America.

There must be a real Gaylord Le Claire in this
world, and to that person this book is dedicated.

I wish to acknowledge the assistance of C. Y., J. C.,
T. C., and V.S. Without them, Maybe—Tomorrow
would never have been written.

Jay Little

MAYBE—TOMORROW


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