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[p. 21] For the next two years the graduates received diplomas bearing the expressive motto, ‘We all do stamp our value on ourselves,’ printed by types on cardboard. These were merely temporary substitutes made in anticipation of the remodeling of the schoolhouse, which occurred in 1866, and of having the premises then properly represented upon parchment, as has from that time been the custom.
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