Delia M. Locke, Daily Journal Commenced Jan. 1, 1898. Eleventh Volume - to Oct 31st 1902.
"And still Thou art always with us Even unto the end; Thyself, our Strength, art with us Ever our Guide and Friend. How can the life be dreary In the sun of thy ceaseless care, Or the path be aught but cheery. When Thou art everywhere?"
Margaret E. Sangster.
"Thou shalt guide me with thy counsel, and afterward receive me to glory."
Volume 11 Psalm 73:24.
Original dimensions: 22 x 36 cm.
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