Visitors Register Vol. II

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Visitor's Register Vol. II

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With Sincerest thanks for this pleasure I have found in my visit today Sis. W. Juliann Feb. 4, 1897

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A book, says Dr. Johnson, should help us either to enjoy life or to endure it.

Agnes Repplier

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Gratefully yours in the interest of the best education of women

Marion Talbot

A. C. A. April 30, 1897

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To lay foundations, to shape ideals and to inspire courage is the work of the reformer. He works not alone for his day and generation. He belongs to the future rather than to the present and he more than others of his race should keep in mind the thought "Be not weary in well-doing."

With grateful remembrance of two important red-letter days.

Julia E. Bulkley

Indianapolis, May 27 '97

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106 A souvenir of my visit of events with Mrs. Sewall, the woman of whom the count De [Braffa?] said today in the presence of a number of hostel Congress visitors: "The Only [Great?] Woman in America". June 5th '97 [M B?] [Cutteston?] "I will be what I will be!"

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