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Aunt Em & Uncle Henry
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Em spent most of her life working on farms. When she first came to Kansas with her husband, she was a young, pretty wife but, the sun and wind took the sparkle from her eyes and the red from her cheeks and lips, leaving them as gray as the surrounding prairie. She raised chickens for nearly forty years.
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
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Reilly & Britton
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Em spent most of her life working on farms. When she first came to Kansas with her husband, she was a young, pretty wife but, the sun and wind took the sparkle from her eyes and the red from her cheeks and lips, leaving them as gray as the surrounding prairie. She raised chickens for nearly forty years. Henry was a farmer who worked hard morning till night and did not know what joy was. He was gray from his long beard to his rough boots. When his house in Kansas was carried off to the Land of Oz by a cyclone, Henry mortgaged his farm in order to rebuild. This crisis, combined with the stress of Dorothy's prolonged disappearance and sudden reappearance, took a toll on his health, and his doctor ordered him to take a vacation. He took Dorothy with him on an ocean voyage to Australia, where he had cousins, but during this trip Dorothy was lost again during a storm, and for several weeks Henry believed she had drowned. She suddenly returned again, courtesy of the Nome King's Magic Belt. On their return to America, Henry visited a relative of his wife, while Dorothy stayed with friends in San Francisco. While traveling to meet him, Dorothy was lost in an earthquake and thought to be dead. Henry traveled back to Kansas alone, where Dorothy later reappeared after having enjoyed another adventure to the Land of Oz. Eventually, the cost of the cyclone damage and the travel expenses added up and Henry and Em confessed to Dorothy that their farm was facing imminent foreclosure so the three of them all moved to the Land of Oz to live in the Emerald City. Princess Ozma gave them a suite of rooms and appointed Em "Royal Mender of the Stockings of the Ruler of Oz" and Henry was given the job of "Keeper of the Jewels" in Ozma's treasure hoard for the purpose of keeping them occupied.