Helen Tullock's A Legacy of Remembrance PDF

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By Helen Tullock

Billy Graham in his publication NEARING domestic says, "Scars, wrinkles, and rusty bones have plenty of tales to tell." that implies that on account that i am nearly ninety-one, I must have many tales. probably i have instructed such a lot of them, yet there must be a number of i have never. i will try and have in mind them here.

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