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Excerpt from Tom Slade: Boy Scout of the Moving Pictures
Up at the corner Tom emerged around John Temple's big granite bank building into the brighter spectacle of Main Street. Here: he paused to adjust the single strand of suspender which he wore. The other half of this suspender belonged to his father; the two strands had origi nally formed a single pair and now, in their sepa rate responsibilities, each did duty continuously, since neither Tom nor his father undressed when they went to bed.
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