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For Encouragement

I send you my daughter who could not be her body magical as fog rising in wisps among the grasses playing dress-up laughing wrapping herself in parachute silk dancing free in the hills of cedar   FEWalls

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Samples of Stitching April 8, 1935

In the notebook, five by eight inches, are examples of sewing arranged on lined paper that my mother made in high school. Cardboard, front and back, then a metal ring holds all the pages together. The examples of her work … Continue reading

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