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Dunbar’s “The Quilting” for National Quilting Day

In honor of National Quilting Day today, we hope you will enjoy Paul Laurence Dunbar’s poem “The Quilting,” published in Lyrics of Sunshine and Shadow (1901). The Quilting Dolly sits a-quilting by her mother, stitch by stitch, Gracious, how my … Continue reading

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Poems from the Past in Honor of National Poetry Month: Dayton’s Own Paul Laurence Dunbar

Voices from the past speak to us through autograph albums, letters, and diaries. In honor of National Poetry Month, we’ll be sharing poems and sayings found in our collections. In Honor of Spring  Poems by Paul Laurence Dunbar  Born in … Continue reading

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Poems from the Past in Honor of National Poetry Month

Voices from the past speak to us through autograph albums, letters, and diaries. In honor of National Poetry Month, we’ll be sharing poems and sayings found in our collections. Since September 1965 (Vol. 1, No. 1), Nexus, a creative writing … Continue reading

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