ts, and never allowed them to look upon anything debasing farther down the way. Her memory lives in lives made better, stronger, happier by her presence, and though time pass, the responsibility she imparted to make the utmost of one's self— this will hold her forever in our hearts.
O, say not the past has no charm like the present, when it has given us a teacher and friend like this!
Say not that such lives have not been at the very foundation of present prosperity.
What more fitting tribute to a teacher!
Just to see her was an inspiration.
I dearly prize this quotation she wrote in my album, for her life proved that she believed it: Howe'er it be, it seems to me 'Tis only noble to be good. Kind hearts are more than coronets, And simple faith, than Norman blood.
She left to Radcliffe College between fifty and sixty thousand dollars, to be used as scholarships.
Some of Medford's girls have taken advantage of the privilege so graciously held out to them. Annie E. Durgin