The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 63, July 1959 - April, 1960 Page: 403
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The Death of Senator Coke 403
Erected by the Alumni
Association to our Great
and Beloved Teacher, Who
Lived Without a Blot and
Died Without a Foe.
So there they are today, together and among their friends,
standing face to face. "Senator Coke is looking toward the rising
sun" while Dr. Wallace "looks upon the setting sun at the close
of each day." And "there they are to be near together when the
resurrection morn shall come, friends through life, neighbors in
that last cold habitation to which all that is mortal must surely
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