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152               Youth's Golden Gleam
3. Howard, p. 155.
4.  Charles Lamb, Works, "The Superannuated Man," p. 263.
5.  ibid., "Autobiography," p. 334.
CHAPTER XVI
JEANIE WITH THE LIGHT BROWN HAIR
1.  Shakespeare, As Tou Like It, Act III, Scene 3.
2.  "Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair," was pub­lished in 1854.
3.  Morrison Foster, p. 42.
4. Howard, p. 157.
5.  idem, p. 157.
6.  idem, p. 158.
7.  Mrs. Jessie Welsh Rose, article "My Grand­mother's Memories," in Foster Hall Bulletin, No. 10, May 1934.
CHAPTER XVII
"THE WEATHER IS BITTER COLD"
1. Alexander Woollcott, radio address, February
17; 1935-1. Original letter of Stephen in the Foster Hall Collec­tion.
3. Howard, p. 274.
4.  idem, p. 287.
5.  idem,p. 288.
6.  Gazette, November 18, 1858.
7.  ibid,, November 15, 1858,
8.  ibid., November 17, 1858.
9.  ibid., November 17, 1858.
10.  ibid., November 15, 1858.
11.  ibid., November 17, 1858.
12.  Howard, p. 59.







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