Box 12-774 TO MRS. MARY BAKER MCQUESTEN, a poem from William Murray
Jun 18 1873 [approximate date]1
To: Mary Baker McQuesten
To dear Mary
May all thy days be peace
And free from care & sorrow.
Restrained by nought that
Your prospects for the
Though clouds should
sometimes cross thy way
Though sorrow may betide thee,
From darkest night shines
forth the day
There pleasure dwells
1 Likely to Mary on her wedding day.
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