Somewhat interesting on the outside . . . not sure about the inside
Someone else didn't think it very interesting either. They tried to spruce it up a bit
and made it their scrapbook. (I wonder if they are related to Johnny Depp.)
Another great use for thread - keeping husbands at home, nights.
Roughly the above says:
"Accept these lovely fragrant flowers
Just culled this eve by me
From off the pretty laden bows
I selected them for thee.
"And for this little token I ask
A single vow of thee
That it may be a pleasant task
Sometimes, sometimes to think of me."
Admittedly, I was a little repulsed by these locks of hair.
A story of Mrs. Pounds' Triplets,
Lulu, Luther, and Lura.
Born in September 1881, they attracted visitors every day to their home for a year or more. Mrs. Pounds was quoted "Why, the people did not even allow me one day in the week to do my washing."
And a Bible lesson from May 1890
Causes and treatment of bilious and nervous headaches.
Obituaries . . .
and marriages . . .
I wonder what W. H. Depp would think of our modern scrapbooks?