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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
er attendants left the grand stand and began their march between the open ranks of the Blacksburg cadets. Zzzthe two children. Little Mary Curtis is a blonde, with long curls. She wore a white flannel suit fastened with naval buttons, and having a golden anchor embroidered on the collar, and a seaman's cap of the same color as her dress. Around the cap was a blue band, and upon this in gold letters was the name of the ship in which her grandfather cruised, the Tallahassee. Little Edward McCarthy is a perfect brunette. He wore a white shirt, on which were pinned several badges, and dark knee-breeches and stockings. Zzzthe face exposed. When the children and their escort reached the base of the monument, the bugle was sounded a second time. A quick tug at the ropes was given, the veil dropped from the head and shoulders of the figure, and a deafening cheer, accompanied by the report of one of the Howitzers' guns went up. Again there was a pull upon the ropes, and th