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Posts tagged as “The San Francisco Call”

As Easy as ABC

She stood up to her full height, dwarfing even De Forest’s six-foot-eight. From The San Francisco Call, March 17, 1912.

The War Chant

Every time I come to town The boys keep a-kickin’ my dawg aroun’. Makes no diff’rence if he IS a houn’ –– They gotta quit…

As Easy as A B C

We were checked gasping, waist-deep in current, three yards from the verandah. From The San Francisco Call, March 3, 1912.

The Mother West

Poem from The San Francisco Call, January 15, 1906. By A. J. Waterhouse.

Our Nameless Heroes

Poem from The San Francisco Call, January 14, 1906. By A. J. Waterhouse.

Getting Warm

Poem from The San Francisco Call, January 12, 1906. By A. J. Waterhouse.

Love is the Same

Poem from The San Francisco Call, January 8, 1906. By A. J. Waterhouse.