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Souvenir Album: Written by husband and wife Joseph and Susan Miller 1855-1860 w Watercolor drawings and punch paper bookmark love token. Thornton IA.
NY: J.C. Riker. Moderate wear; top and bottom portion of back strip lacking; edge wear on covers.. A brown gilt stamped album of what appears to be Jesus and "the woman at the well" on front cover and large lidded ewer on the back cover. Five full page engravings depicting somber scenes of people and places. The album begins with a Preface and an array of writings by Joseph including Apostrophe ot my Happiness, The Nice House Keeper, The Highland Chief, The Out-going and In-coming Year (1855-56). This is followed by a single entry from his departing cousin in 1857. This is followed by the Inagural Address of the President Of the New Paris Congress. The next entry is by Susan and surrounded by a hand drawn watercolor floral wreath or eternal ring of flower. Also includes two full page floral drawing by Susan. In addition Susan has added little watercolor floral spray in the upper right corner of Joseph's writings. On the Preface page she penned "Susan Miller Joseph Miller" beneath the floral display. Interfoliata includes a pressed dried flower and a punch paper and ribbon bookmark with "Forget me not Joseph" cross stitched on the punch paper. Measures 7 3/4" x 6
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