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An intriguing note – re C. E. G. in Newdale – 52 Ancestors

March 28, 2014

An intriguing query from C.E.G. in Newdale, Manitoba, Canada, 1934. Do those initials match someone in your family?

I believe the third piece, “If Radio’s Slim Fingers” would be a poem by Ethel Romig Fuller called “Proof” (Google Books link, 742 Heart Warming Poems, Sword of the Lord Publishers, Nov 1, 1982, #605).

“Ivory Palaces” was likely the hymn written by Henry Barraclough.


Queries – from Charles Clay’s section ‘Books For This Week’.

C.E.G., Newdale, Man, sends in a request for the words of these pieces: “The Optimist,” “A Boy or a Girl,” “If Radio’s Slim Fingers” and “Ivory Palaces.”
Winnipeg Free Press, Saturday, September 08, 1934, page 4.

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