Presenting an excerpt from Obil, Keeper of Camels (1910) by Lucia Chase Bell, whose first page featured the illustration for today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.
“But there was in Obil – here the heads came closer together under the mantles – in Obil there was a strain of wild desert blood, strong in his race from the time of the first Obil, the Ishmaelite, Keeper of King David’s Camels, and master of the great caravans that went from great Hebron down to far Havilah.”
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