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Visitor's Register Vol. II

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Julia Marlowe

"Nay, nay you must call me Rosalind"

Mary [Judah]

"It is well for me to be here"

Julia Harrison [Moore]

William C Robles

Next time - [Jm] [Judah]

[Booth] / [...]

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John C. [Lean]

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Michi Kawai

[non-English language]

Eliza Adams Lewis.

"Eclipses suns imply"

Mabel Louis Todd

25th January, 1901

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C'est pas la femme, [?] à la parfaite commissione [?] [?] jamais et [?] que la sociable [?] la signe 2de la [?] et l'ambe radiante du bonheur.

Gaston [Dudaigne?]

Indiannapolis le 23 avril 1901

"It was a [sick?] night for Miss Müller last night" "Yes - under this blessed roof she [found?] the Keystone of the Arch" -

May 24th 1901

[Hauers?] [F?] Henrietta Müller

[Hauces?] = [Lu Merdone?] Henrietta - she holds the [?] Müller - and works the mills of God.

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"To draw the thing, as he sees it, "For the God of Things as they are."

Alas! how difficult a thing it is to understand, much less to preach, any Gospel. This is my self-humiliating thought on thinking over the words I have been privileged to speak on this Commencement day to the graduating class of the Girls Classical School. I might have said, ought to have said, so much - but I could not draw the thing as I saw it - and never shall. Perhaps I may have another chance?

H. Morse Stephens.

5 June 1901

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There is nothing so valuable in this life as truth - let us have it at any price!"

Julia Marlowe

Alice Wheeler Pierce

Lillian Wright Dean

Nora Crofton. London.

Susanne V. V. Hamilton

Gwendolyn Valentine

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