Description: A poem titled "A Castle of Memories," written by T. H. Gatlin, Weatherford, Texas. Religious poem/song recounting the life, once fair, of a homeless man, found with a worn Bible in his hands gone home to "A Mansion not made with hands", a smile on his face that "seemed to whisper of God's Grace". He implores the Youth to let the Bible guide their lives. The reverse side includes a printed advertisement "Complements…Of American Beauty Flour and Your friend, Virgil O. Stamps."
Creator: Gatlin, T. H.
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Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library