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The White Bird

The White Bird was first published posthumously as one of the colored birds in the book Queery Leary Nonsense in 1911.

 


 

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The Light Green Bird

The Light Green Bird was first published posthumously as one of the colored birds in the book Queery Leary Nonsense in 1911.

 


 

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The Pink Bird

The Pink Bird was first published posthumously as one of the colored birds in the book Queery Leary Nonsense in 1911.

 


 

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The Purple Bird

The Purple Bird was first published posthumously as one of the colored birds in the book Queery Leary Nonsense in 1911.

 


 

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The Runcible Bird

The Runcible Bird was first published posthumously as one of the colored birds in the book Queery Leary Nonsense in 1911.

 


 

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The Gray Bird

The Gray Bird was first published posthumously as one of the colored birds in the book Queery Leary Nonsense in 1911.

 


 

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The Dark Blue Bird

The Dark Blue Bird was first published posthumously as one of the colored birds in the book Queery Leary Nonsense in 1911.

 


 

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The Scroobious Bird

The Scroobious Bird was first published posthumously as one of the colored birds in the book Queery Leary Nonsense in 1911.

 


 

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The Black Bird

The Black Bird was first published posthumously as one of the colored birds in the book Queery Leary Nonsense in 1911.

 


 

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Light Red Bird

The Light Red Bird was first published posthumously as one of the colored birds in the book Queery Leary Nonsense in 1911.

 


 

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