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You bet Ill put it in my museum, as he calls my little collection of aviation keepsakes.
THE FLYING REPORTERLEWIS E. (LEWIS EDWIN) THEISS
The dying man left with him keepsakes and letters which were promptly delivered to his wife after his death.
REVOLUTIONARY READERSOPHIE LEE FOSTER
With us Parisians this returning of keepsakes has been out of fashion since the days of Molière and Le dépit amoureux.
LEONORAMARIA EDGEWORTH
At school I gave away my scholar's-companion and my eraser and my pencils and pen-holders, and an old torn map, as keepsakes.
They become of value because the lover gave them and, on account of their associations, are preserved as keepsakes.
She turned over his gifts, keepsakes which any friend might give to another.
There are people so dull and unimaginative, people with so little sentiment, that they never care for keepsakes or heirlooms.
And remember, my dear boys, that your poor father would have left you better keepsakes had it been in his power.
TREVLYN HOLDMRS. HENRY WOOD
Suddenly it occurred to Hulings that in his haste he had left some valuable keepsakes, and he returned forthwith alone.
The Indians prize them very highly as keepsakes, which they employ in war, the chase, and sacred ceremonies.

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