Visitors Register Vol. II

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Visitor's Register Vol. II

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Dear Mrs Sewall

That you may still find a great deal of happiness in this life is the wish of your cousin.

Sarah [Backett?] White

Indianapolis

April 23rd 1896

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Gratefully yours

Emma Gilbert [Slavey?]

[text in Greek]

Paul [Slavey?]

Sept. 24 -96

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We believe absolutely in the [illegible] [passing] into the next life.

Yours with love,

Mary Hartwell [Catherine?]

Oct. 29.

1896.

Immortality inheres in quality, not quantity of life. If we could know more of the eternity-to-be, we must probe deeply into the eternity that now is.

"All we have hoped or dreamed of good shall exist _____ not its semblance, but itself"

Your friend (seeking)

Caroline J. Barthill.

November 19.

1880.

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[Note: This is in French. Good luck!]

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Parmi les differentes [...] pour l'etranger qui voyage [...] dans la [...] aride de [...] de plus plaisante que elle de [...] sympathique. J'ai [...] a [...]

Toute a vous d'[...]

Pauline Maredt Davies LaFayette, Ind. le 11 Decembre 1896

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"L'homme est un apprenti, la douleur est son maître"

(Alfred de Musset)

Reha 2 Janvier 1896

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