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Object ID i.1.23-26
Object Name Letter
Date 1890/07/24
Description Personal letter to E. B. Gaston from P. A. Armstrong in Glen Rose, Texas thanking him for the paper and reminiscing about old times in Minneapolis. He commends E. B. Gaston on the Temperance Articles in his newspaper and reminds him of that sweet Temperance Song " The drink I'll take will not be wine, however sparkling it may be, for in it lurks the adder's sting although its fangs I cannot see".
People Armstrong, P. A.
Gaston, Ernest Berry (1861-1937)
Search Terms Temperance Articles
Temperance Songs
Correspondence, Personal