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  • Vacation
    When I asked my mother why they were called sand tarts,
    she couldn't answer me-

    perhaps this ravenous curiosity causes my brother...
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Sea 1 Chair 1 Curiosity 1 Vacation 1 Answer 1 Room 1 Shore 1 Wisdom 1 Winter 1 Tree 1

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Juscloedenise: florence nightingale marie curie hedy lamarr rosalind franklin jane addams dr gladys west grace hopper yvonne brill dr shirley ann jackson ada lovelace melitta bentz anna connelly marie van brittan brown margaret a. wilcox florence parpart rachel brown elizabeth hazen etc
Indyenc: photo friday: indianapolis journalist mary bostwick, seen here with howdy wilcox in 1922, was the first woman to ride in a race car on the indy motor speedway at racing speed (110 mph).
Rainbetsy: floral oil painting - elizabeth (lizabeth) wilcox - signed & numbered - framed behind glass - 9 1/2" x 7 1/2" x 1 1/4" - houston, tx artist
Fcepta: to let us know how special our children are, shares some tidbits from class, and reiterates how lucky she is to be their teacher. if anyone deserves recognition for going the extra mile, it's ms. swanson! submitted by: elizabeth wilcox (3/3)
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Soldier, Maiden, And Flower
 by Eugene Field

“Sweetheart, take this,” a soldier said,
“And bid me brave good-by;
It may befall we ne'er shall wed,
But love can never die.
Be steadfast in thy troth to me,
And then, whate'er my lot,
'My soul to God, my heart to thee,'-
Sweetheart, forget me not!”

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