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Fond Recollection I Seem recollection I seem see her where she moved in an orbit of perpetual harmonyShe always met verybody with kindly glance with smiling lip with warm handclasp with deep resonant tones of mother hearted greeting This in itself is one of the rarest gifts Evolution As Entropy ever received or bestowed It makes radiant the atmosphere of home and sends its pleasant light out Into the great pathetic worldPerhaps I noted this because it was so like my household Saint Courageous I do not believe that any onever came in contact with ither of these two great characters without feeling that they had done
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of him who writes this book and one who appreciated her as only a large and noble soul couldhim who writes this book and one who appreciated her as only a large and noble soul could Thanks to his loyal zeal her great life work will be adeuately presented It is like a golden thread running through the warp and woof of that rich fabric of vents that we call the Woman's Crusade; but when I think of her whom I have known so long and loved so well it is on ,
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