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DID YOUR ANCESTORS WRITE THESE LINES TO LAURA E. STYER?
Go forth little book on thy mission of love The trueness of friendship to test and to prove Go gather some jewels and cast at the shrine When love and effecting so sweetly combine Go receive a bright garland of gems rich and rare Which ever shall cluster in beauty so fare May thy leaves bear no embrace of innocence as fully Your truly and loving sister, Emma Dickinson Styer Williamsport November 24, 1874 Think of those who think of thee and wish thy smiling face to see Though from mine eyes you distant dwell From friends that fondly Wish you well Mrs. & Dr. A. J. Shulz Reading June 25, 1877 Bear in sorrow wrong and Ruth In thy heart the dear of youth On thy lips the smile of truth Ella B. Conway Philadelphia March 7 Remember now thy creation in the Days of thy youth Mrs. A. L. Wilson Parsonage March 2, 1875 Let love through all your actions run And all your words be mild From your pastor A. L. Wilson March 3, 1875 As you climb lifeís rugged slope When spring gives place to summer heat May fruit age from the flower of hope Drop down with ripeness at your feet Sallie D. Hogan Reading June 29, 1877 There are moments we never forget Which brighten as time steals away They give a new charm to the happiest lot And they shine on the gloom of the loneliest day Your loving friend and teacher Mary H. Evans Morgantown December 19, 1874 Forget not your friends and schoolmates Emmie, Rick and Morgan December 2, 1874 A place for my name in your album A place for myself in your heart A place for us both in heaven Where the truth and the good never part Your friend Ellie Hoffman December 22, 1874 Go ahead John G. White Waynesburg Donít forget me when you are happy Keep for me one little spot In the depths of thy affection Plant one sweet forget-me-not K. Priest June 19, 1875 A thing of beauty is a joy forever T. S. Lewis Lionville, Chester County Morgantown, Berks County December 3, 1874 Remember me J. Lekank Morgantown July 12, 1875 To Laura If on this little vacant spot I write a line to thee In some lovely hour Read this and, and think of me Your Friend, Charles Plank 1875 Remember me ever as a friend and schoolmate Clara Lutz Morgantown October 6, 1875 Cast thy anchor in heaven Thomas Plank Morgantown October 8, 1875 Three blossoms blooming ever Faith, Hope, and Charity Sadie Plank Oakenshade 1875 In future years when this you see I wonder what of your name will be Ida F. Plank Fare thee well and if forever Still forever fare thee well Though unforgiving never Against thee shall my Heart rebel #325 South 7th Street Sabine M. Schulze Be courteous to all, intimate with few And let those few be well chosen Morgantown, Reading Clara Smeck August 19, 1877
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