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" A somewhat unpatriotic little son of Italy, twelve years old, came to his teacher in the public school and asked if he could not have his name changed. "Why do you wish to change your name?" the teacher asked. "I want to be an American. I live in America... "
The Technical World Magazine - Page 99
1912
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The Bulletin of Pharmacy, Volume 31, Part 2

1917
...teacher in a city public school and asked if he could not have his name changed. "Why do • you want to change your name ?" the teacher asked. "I want to be an American. I live in America now." "What American name would you like?" "I have it here," he said, handing the teacher a dirty scrap of...
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Why God Loves the Irish

Humphrey Joseph Desmond - 1918 - 108 pages
...years old, came to his teacher and asked if he could not have his name changed. [58] "Why do you want to change your name?" the teacher asked. "I want to be an American. I live in America now." "What American name would you like?" "I have it here," he said, handing the teacher a scrap of paper...
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Toaster's Handbook: Jokes, Stories, and Quotations

1916 - 483 pages
...It took all our profits to pay for running the electric light sign with his name on it." — Puck. A somewhat unpatriotic little son of Italy, twelve...paper on which was written — Patrick Dennis McCarty. A shy young man once said to a young lady: "I wish dear, that we were on such terms of intimacy that...
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The World's Best Humorous Anecdotes: Wit and Repartee Selected from Many ...

James Gilchrist Lawson - 1923 - 261 pages
...teacher in a city public school and asked if he could' not have his name changed. "Why do you want to change your name?" the teacher asked. "I want to be an American. I live in America now." "What American name would you like?" "I have it here," he said, handing the teacher a dirty scrap of...
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Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters Journal, Volume 22

1917
...his teacher in the public school and asked if he could not have his name changed. "Why do iyou want to change your name?" the teacher asked. "I want to be an American. I live in America now." "What American name would you like to have?" "I have it here," he said, handing the teacher a dirty...
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