Morning Glory Collects…
From friends and family, autographs, rhymes and sayings fill these
|AUTOGRAPH book, Myra E Cole,|
15th birthday, 1881. View
| Album Oct 10th, 1881 Norwalk, Ohio|
"Remember me as ever your friend."
|Autograph album with sea shell motif.|
|AUTOGRAPH book, burgundy cover|
with hummingbird and flowers, to Cora from Fannie Christmas 1882, KY.
To Cora from Fannie Christmas 1882, KY
|AUTOGRAPH book with urn and|
drapery design cover, Susan Frances Stahl, 1883.
| Autograph Book, Susan Frances Stahl 1883|
Oct. 29th, 1885 page ornamented with a hand holding roses.
|Vase of flowers Victorian scrap.|
"SOUVENIR of Lake George and It’s
"IN HOC SIGNO" dated All Saint’s
|AUTOGRAPH book with bird and|
leaves cover, 1880s. View
|March 6, 1889 Whitehall, NY|| "I’ve looked these pages o’er and o’er to see what others wrote before,|
And in this little lovely spot, I’ll here inscribe ‘forget-me-not’".
October 18th, 1888
|AUTOGRAPH book, Carrie L.|
Elliott, Mass, 1860-1930s.
|"A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 1903-4"||Westminster, Mass.|
| "On this leaf in my memory pressed|
May my name forever rest."
Feb. 26th, 1860
"Presented to Carrie L. Elliott from her friend Mrs. Thompson."
|Page illustrated with a hut under trees.|
|KEEPSAKE brown with silver trim|
autograph book, 1870s. View
|"May the bright hopes of life ever attend you."||"Ever your friend, Jan. 4, 1879"|
|AUTOGRAPH book, brown cover gold|
lettering, Ella, 1876.
"Woman, in our hours of ease, uncertain, coy & hard to please,
But when anguish racks our brow, a ministering angel, thou."
| August 2, 1880|
"O! love is to the human heart what sunshine is to flowers,
And friendship is the fairer thing in this cold world of ours."
|AUTOGRAPH book, brown cover gold|
lettering, 1877. View
| Feb. 6th, 1877|
"When this you see, remember me."
| "May your life be long and happy, may your deeds be good and true,|
May you never get cross or sappy, Or like this paper, blue."
August 8th, 1877
|AUTOGRAPH book, Lola|
Conrad, Fenton, 1879. View
|Fenton, Feb. 6th, 1880|| Fenton, August 14th, 1888|
"Oh fair and happy by thy way, the skies all bright above thee,
And fairer every coming day to thee and those that love thee."
|AUTOGRAPH book, illustrated|
cover, Miss Edna Beck, Christmas 1880.
|"Presented to Miss Edna Beck, Christmas 1890, December 25th."|| New Haven, Ohio|
Sept. 16th, 1893
|AUTOGRAPH book, boy and girl|
gardening on cover, Mary Pressea, Indiana, 1895.
|Autographs with boy and girl reading on flyleaf.|| Summons, Indiana|
Jan. 1, 1895
| June 22nd, 1896|
"Remember me in all your wishes,Remember me when doing dishes,
And if the water is too hot, Put in a sweet forget-me-not."
|Cherub Victorian scrap.|
Lawrenceville, Indiana Oct. 29th, 1896
"I’m glad you are a little girl and have the afternoon for play"
"May there be just enough cloud in your life to make a glorious sunset."
|AUTOGRAPH book with brown|
leather cover, "Fuzzy", Catskills High, 1924.
| "Pick up the glove, drop the "g",|
what is left I give to thee."
|Camp Andrie Girl Scout|
|AUTOGRAPH book, green cover,|
Suzanne Ruth Hagge, Y.S.H.S., 1926.
|Suzanne Ruth Hagge, Y.S.H.S.|| "When the golden sun is sinking and your heart from care is free,|
When of others you are thinking, won’t you sometimes think of me?" ’26
|AUTOGRAPH brown leather textured|
autograph book, Virginia Hackett, 109 West Clay Ave, Rosille Park, NJ, 1926.
| To Virginia Hackett, 109 West Clay Ave., Roselle Park, NJ|
"If found wandering, please send home."
"When you get married, and Davey gets wise, just put up your dukes and black
his eyes." June 24, 1926
|Doodle of a woman with her rolling pin.|
|AUTOGRAPH book, "My School Day|
Autobiography", Maureen Van Buskirk, Azle, Texas, 1936.
| "Schoolday memories bring back pleasant thoughts of happy hours spent in|
work and play."
|AUTOGRAPH book, Maureen Van|
Buskirk, Central Junior High, Class of 1937-38.
| "School-day memories|
Class of 1937-38"
| "Here’s to candy, here’s to cake, here’s to a boy with a Ford V-8".|
"May there be just enough clouds in your life to make a glorious sunset."