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^> CLEANED, REPAIRED AND PRESSED IN A <§ <§> FIRST-CLASS MANNER AT THE <§: # <^ LOGAN STEAM DYE & | CLEANING WORKS^- f LOGANSPORT. | CHAS. E. MARSHALL, Proprietor, 4> 6o8 Broadway. Zhc Culver Debette, Vol. II. G. p. fl., JSflUfllJY, 1898. Ho. 5. DR. YOUNGE'S GIFT. Dr. J. W. YorxGE, of Fort Wayne, father of our Cadet Lawrence Younge, on Thanksgiving day, presented to the Academy an elegently bound and complete set of maps of the battlefields occupied by both armies during the civil war. We give the doctor's beautiful speech of presentation: Col. Fleet, Ladies, Gentlemen and Cadets or Culver Military Academy : To do justice to the eulogy just pronounced on me by Prof. Cook, would require intellectual qualifications to which I can not justly lay claim. There is a mysterious tie or bond of affection existing between old soldiers more sacred and deeper than any one can comprehend who has not taken his life in his hands and steeled his heart against the terrors of death and entered into one of those terrible and bloody conflicts that were waged between 1861 and 1805, believing that it was the last of life, of home, of friends and of earth forever. Prompted by this feeling of friendship for Col. Fleet, for you cadets. and for those who will follow you. I have decided to present you a Thanksgiving gift in the form of an atlas in two volumes, consisting of one hundred and forty-five topographical maps, comprising those of every battle field, every fortification, every earth-work, and every skirmish line occupied by both armies during the late civil war. That war was fought by as grand, roble, brave, courageous and heroic patriots, on. both sides, as ever drew a sword or shouldered a musket. In the future when you young men are studying these maps, remember that you are looking on consecrated ground, wet with the best blood of many of its best citizens, whose ashes lie mouldering beneath its sod waiting a final summons from on high and that they died believing the principles they fought for were right. Asa military text book you will find them invaluable. Money can not buy them. They are the gifts of the United States government to me, and with heaven's richest blessings I present them to you.</a>" />
^> CLEANED, REPAIRED AND PRESSED IN A <§ <§> FIRST-CLASS MANNER AT THE <§: # <^ LOGAN STEAM DYE & | CLEANING WORKS^- f LOGANSPORT. | CHAS. E. MARSHALL, Proprietor, 4> 6o8 Broadway. Zhc Culver Debette, Vol. II. G. p. fl., JSflUfllJY, 1898. Ho. 5. DR. YOUNGE'S GIFT. Dr. J. W. YorxGE, of Fort Wayne, father of our Cadet Lawrence Younge, on Thanksgiving day, presented to the Academy an elegently bound and complete set of maps of the battlefields occupied by both armies during the civil war. We give the doctor's beautiful speech of presentation: Col. Fleet, Ladies, Gentlemen and Cadets or Culver Military Academy : To do justice to the eulogy just pronounced on me by Prof. Cook, would require intellectual qualifications to which I can not justly lay claim. There is a mysterious tie or bond of affection existing between old soldiers more sacred and deeper than any one can comprehend who has not taken his life in his hands and steeled his heart against the terrors of death and entered into one of those terrible and bloody conflicts that were waged between 1861 and 1805, believing that it was the last of life, of home, of friends and of earth forever. Prompted by this feeling of friendship for Col. Fleet, for you cadets. and for those who will follow you. I have decided to present you a Thanksgiving gift in the form of an atlas in two volumes, consisting of one hundred and forty-five topographical maps, comprising those of every battle field, every fortification, every earth-work, and every skirmish line occupied by both armies during the late civil war. That war was fought by as grand, roble, brave, courageous and heroic patriots, on. both sides, as ever drew a sword or shouldered a musket. In the future when you young men are studying these maps, remember that you are looking on consecrated ground, wet with the best blood of many of its best citizens, whose ashes lie mouldering beneath its sod waiting a final summons from on high and that they died believing the principles they fought for were right. Asa military text book you will find them invaluable. Money can not buy them. They are the gifts of the United States government to me, and with heaven's richest blessings I present them to you.</a>" />

Vedette newspaper, 1898

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^> CLEANED, REPAIRED AND PRESSED IN A <§ <§> FIRST-CLASS MANNER AT THE <§: # <^ LOGAN STEAM DYE & | CLEANING WORKS^- f LOGANSPORT. | CHAS. E. MARSHALL, Proprietor, 4> 6o8 Broadway. Zhc Culver Debette, Vol. II. G. p. fl., JSflUfllJY, 1898. Ho. 5. DR. YOUNGE'S GIFT. Dr. J. W. YorxGE, of Fort Wayne, father of our Cadet Lawrence Younge, on Thanksgiving day, presented to the Academy an elegently bound and complete set of maps of the battlefields occupied by both armies during the civil war. We give the doctor's beautiful speech of presentation: Col. Fleet, Ladies, Gentlemen and Cadets or Culver Military Academy : To do justice to the eulogy just pronounced on me by Prof. Cook, would require intellectual qualifications to which I can not justly lay claim. There is a mysterious tie or bond of affection existing between old soldiers more sacred and deeper than any one can comprehend who has not taken his life in his hands and steeled his heart against the terrors of death and entered into one of those terrible and bloody conflicts that were waged between 1861 and 1805, believing that it was the last of life, of home, of friends and of earth forever. Prompted by this feeling of friendship for Col. Fleet, for you cadets. and for those who will follow you. I have decided to present you a Thanksgiving gift in the form of an atlas in two volumes, consisting of one hundred and forty-five topographical maps, comprising those of every battle field, every fortification, every earth-work, and every skirmish line occupied by both armies during the late civil war. That war was fought by as grand, roble, brave, courageous and heroic patriots, on. both sides, as ever drew a sword or shouldered a musket. In the future when you young men are studying these maps, remember that you are looking on consecrated ground, wet with the best blood of many of its best citizens, whose ashes lie mouldering beneath its sod waiting a final summons from on high and that they died believing the principles they fought for were right. Asa military text book you will find them invaluable. Money can not buy them. They are the gifts of the United States government to me, and with heaven's richest blessings I present them to you." />
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