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Digital Library @ Villanova University
The Chicago Ledger
v. 46 no. 13
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Chicago Ledger, V. XLVI, no. 13, March 30, 1918 (Issue)
March 30, 1918
"Now, Angie," the old voice quavered, "I'm giving you my silk quilt when I'm gone. You've always been my righthand friend in all my troubles. I care more for the quilt than I do for anything else that's mine, and I want you to have it when I'm thru."
"I just found it here, sewed in the blocks where she put it herself. Oh! I am glad. So glad."