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Given With the Compliments of the Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company, Roanoke, Virginia

Channing, W H; Fox, Hattie A; Ruyl, Louis H; Taft, William H; Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company (Roanoke, Va)
Format
Book
Published
[Roanoke, Va. : The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company, ca. 1900-ca. 1938]
Language
English
Variant Title
Compliments , The Stone Printing & Manufacturing Company
Related Title
Lord's prayer.
Ten commandments.
F.F.V.
Boost.
Lines on the back of a Confederate note.
Success.
Parable and a suggestion that may tend to solve some of the world's present difficulties.
Contents
  • Boost / from Business Printer
  • F.F.V. [postcard]
  • Lines on the back of a Confederate note
  • Lord's Prayer
  • My symphony / W.H. Channing
  • No happiness in idleness / portion of address by W.H. Taft, June 10, 1915
  • Now I lay me down to sleep
  • Our Father which art in Heaven
  • Parable and a suggestion that may tend to solve some of the world's present difficulties (from the Chicago Herald and Examiner) (2)
  • Pencil interpretation by Louis Ruyl, of a busy section of Campbell Avenue, Roanoke, with the Municipal Building
  • Success
  • Ten commandments (2)
  • Twenty-third Psalm.
Description
<15> pieces : ill. ; 14 x 9 cm.-28 x 22 cm.
Notes
A collection of printed maxims, religious texts, and similar materials presented to customers of the Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company. Title from statement that appears on some of the items. All except the postcard and the Ruyl print are on single sheets, within an ornamental border. Includes two copies of some items, printed on different types of paper.
Technical Details
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