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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Phi Gamma in war. [from the Richmond, Va., Dispatch, June 12, 1900.] (search)
On the breast of the Federal was the pin of a Phi Gam. Touching the pin tenderly with his finger, the Confederate said: Phi Gam? The Federal answered with glad eyes: Yes, Phi Gam. Grasping the hanPhi Gam. Grasping the hand of the Federal in warm embrace, the Confederate said, as his glad glance met the glad glance of halked confidingly and lovingly of the ties of Phi Gam. Rising, the Confederate placed beneath the Fessed his hands again, said: God be with you, Phi Gam, turned away, and disappared. Thirty-nine ting posture, he answered: When I was first a Phi Gam. I am a Phi Gam, said the Federal, with chok, kissed the forehead and the hair of his brother Phi Gam, lowered his body into the grave, and tenhis hand upon the pin and said: And you are a Phi Gam! My father, dead now, was a Phi Gam. I am a Phi Gam. I am a Phi Gam. How fortunate! More fortunate, indeed, than he knew. Turning to the surgeon, whose flushrothers, are some of the sacred memories of a Phi Gam in War. Very many scenes like these graced a[3 more...]