Minor Sketches of Major Folk and Where They Sleep, 1928

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - Social Science - 176 pages
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1928. The old Masonic burying ground, Fredericksburg, Virginia. These are the days when commendable effort is being made to throw the searchlight on every phase of the past. There seems an omnipresent desire to lift the shadowy curtain of time, light the dark places behind, and glimpse the bearing and customs of those ofttimes worthy men and women, to whom this generation owes much. There is truth in the old proverb, "The glory of the children are their fathers." The reader will find a myriad of little sketches on a wide variety of known persons. Illustrated.

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