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THE FIRST "FIRST LADY OF THE LAND"

Here's to the Fascinating Widow who achieved what French and Indian hordes could not, nor yet King George and all his red-coat band—the unconditional surrender of

The Greatest Warrior On The Continent!

Who captured, and held prisoner in the bonds of love all the days of his life,

The Invincirle Washington!

Julia Wyatt Bullard.

A MODERN KNIGHT AND HIS LADIE FAIRE

President and Mrs. McKinley

To Gentle Lady as any of the Olden Time! To Knight as chivalrous and pure as ever graced King Arthur's Table Round! Theirs, a love as fair as poet's page has e'er adorned.

A tender Vine, trailed in the dust, alas! by ruthless hand that felled the noble Oak 'round which it twined! Reunited now—"Beyond the Portals" they dwell in peace and joy.

Ever hallowed will be the memory of their brave and beautiful lives in the tender traditions of our national life!

Julia Wyatt Bullird.

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TO MRS. CLEVELAND

Here's to Mrs. Cleveland! The only President's wife who ever entered the White House a Bride!

No First Lady Of The Land

has worn her honors more gracefully; none shed greater luster on the title.

"she Moved A Queen,"

a shining example of glorious womanhood. In the language of Mark Twain, in those halcyon days,

Here's to Mrs. Cleveland, "The Young,
The Beautiful, The Good-Hearted, The
Sympathetic, The Fascinating!"

Julia Wyatt Bullard.

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