“Dearest Alice, I only ask for one little spot in your garden of memories, where I may plant a forget.me.not.” – Amada Patrick
“Dearest Alice, In your garden of memories, remember me as an ‘onion’” Love, Ethelyn Missey Nicholeon GA
“When you are married and living on peas I’ll be an old maid doing as I please.” Mary E. Grawely Pickens S.C.
“Remember me is all I ask, but if remembrance be a task, Forget me” (not sure of the name)
“When earth has dropped her curtain and pinned it with a star, Remember that you have a friend- no matter where you are.” Frances Riddle 460 Carling Avenue Macon, GA 11/17/28
I discovered this wonderful autograph book at an estate sale this past weekend. I purchased it because of its aesthetics, only to discover the true beauty was written on the pages. It saddens me that we no longer treasure beautiful prose and penmanship.