Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, Volume 9, Number 3, September, 1999: Searching Inside

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... Raymond Albert Metzke contributor Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal benefactor Archives... of the Nesbitt Memorial Library 1907 - 1999 I I I

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... 99- 1-3 77 '7 ~ " ; .Y/ //...< Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal A journal of Colorado County

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal Volume 9, Number 3 September 1999 Editor: Bill Stein. Associate... work. Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal. ISSN 1053-4733. Published by the Archives of the Nesbitt... Memorial Library, 529 Washington Street, Columbus, Texas 78934. Printed by Shoen Type & Print, Route 2, Box... director of this library. We also thank Millycent Cranek, who pointed out the existence of one other Darden

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal she actually died, on January 4, 1890, she left a library..., p. 446, File No. 1143: Fannie A. D. Darden; Darden Family File, Archives of the Nesbitt Memorial... the library obtained a xerographic copy. In addition to simply cataloging Darden's work, we have chosen... Library; and from her own autobiographical writings, cited herein. Flachmeier's biographical sketch

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal reprinted in Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, vol. 4, no. 3

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal Thy bridal morn will bring thee gifts, Flowers of grace

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal How silent is my muse! To-day I turned The pages of this book

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal Thou wert so glorious in thy earthly mould, Surpassing... weakness 'long the path Which leads to immortality and thee. 48. [Memorial to Lawrence Fontaine Legg

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal gathering moss, and when they had procured a load apiece

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal would be amazed to hear of the splendid entertainments given

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal that was allotted to the mortal remains of those who had once

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal with one room only, the cars rapidly advance into a rugged

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal gleams out with unusual brightness, throwing up great bars

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal came, in a voice ringing over the plain, "fire!" with deafening

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal ber one day, in the following spring when the doors and windows

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal which margined the bay suggested to my mother, the name Evergreen

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal young, was one day left by her brothers (who had to go a short

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal ings. Wrapped, as it were, in a mantle of patriotism, his free

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal faltered out that one word, Clara. He mournfully shook his head

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal it;" but as he turned to go, she called him back, and between

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