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Visitor's Register Vol. II

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107 We met by chance on a [palace?] car and I [forward?] a Review of Reviews for I wanted very much to read a Review of Reviews. And so [Mr Stead?] [this?] led to the charming little journey to the house of a generous, gifted woman, to whom I am now indebted in many ways. Elbert Hubbard July 16. '97

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108 Let us not argue - neither for nor against anything. Let us grow! And what is freindship if it be not based upon a common passion for growth. She who values the [name?] 'Wright' will under stand why I can say with [truth] that she has left ['Frances'?] far in her rear. ['Frances'?] hoped to save the word by logic and forgot love! Declightful has been my shared stay - and it shall not soon be forgotten. Sincerely W N Guthrie 30th Sepember 1897

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We came, saying to ourselves that we would understand America & work, when we wore on an [...] [...], we would spend the time thinking of America as a whole. We know now that we can take away only detached impressions! We shall spend our days in nothing more pleasant than in weathering the many acts of kindness we have met with everywhere. [...] MacDonald Margaret E. MacDonald London. England.

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As a perfect blossum shows its beautiful feast. so does a perfect life. The true way to develop a like tree-ever to [...] the [...] bark out, while yet once it growing [...]. There is no greater undetake than [...]. [...] to care not show without [...] I must not [...].

Amy Frassoner

Oct 16 1899.

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"Something like home that is not home is in we desired; it is in we found in the home of a friend:

And this, dear friend, I have found in this home made delightful by you and your ideals and I go hence joyful with greater courage and higher hopes and aims.

"Our day with life and heart I more than [...] enough to find a world."

God bless you with life is the prayer of her whom goes home helped. Yours faithfully.

Louise Bossum Robbins November 18, 1897. Adrian. Weitz

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