Whippoorwill House


Pages are clean, owner's name on front endpaper. Cover has some spotting. 5.5"x8" with 312 pages. From Kirkus reviews, 1936: In which a young Miss Shanghaiies a lad into marriage to help him land on his own feet -- finds herself in a pretty tangle, when, the cure accomplished, he begins to doubt her new pose of dependence. But in spite of The Other Woman and various other disturbances, Boy Keeps Girl -- permanently. Belongs to the school of light, clean fiction.



  • Whippoorwill House
  • Louise Platt Hauck
  • Grosset & Dunlap, 1936