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With the exception of $85 which I was told to use as I saw fit the checks and pledges were alike returned to the donors.

The New EducationScott Nearing

Thus some of the money was going at last for something that resembled the intention of the donors!

His rule was to thank the donors of books, but not of pamphlets.

They are in the place because they are of the place, nor is there any attempt to disguise the homely occupations of the donors.

Stained Glass Tours in FranceCharles Hitchcock Sherrill

We never carried wine before, but this was precious as an expression of kindheartedness on the part of the donors.

To catalogue the names of all donors is impossible, but a few of those who first contributed may be given.

Showell's Dictionary of BirminghamThomas T. Harman and Walter Showell

Hanz had found enough to do during the morning in receiving these presents and thanking the donors.

The Von ToodleburgsF. Colburn Adams

Thus below the Charlemagne-Roland windows tradesmen display rich fur mantles, and we know that the pelletiers were the donors.

How France Built Her CathedralsElizabeth Boyle O'Reilly

In this picture the donors are introduced—the head of the man is grandly devout and beautiful.

Walks in RomeAugustus J.C. Hare

We wore their gifts and in spirit bowed to the donors, as I think all still do.


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