NEW YORK: Mrs. Green's Secret

Like many another adopted child, Harold Alfred Segur often wondered: "Who am I? Who are my parents? What is my real name?" He got no clues from his foster mother, Mrs. Mary Baker, a Boston woman who raised him from infancy. But he had a queer notion that his father was big, handsome Dr. Willard B. Segur, who married Mrs. Baker when Harold was seven. The doctor treated Harold better than most men treat their adopted sons. As a youth in Enfield, Mass., Harold often thought the doctor talked to him as though they were of the same flesh...

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