This framed tribute to Mother, is a precious throwback to another era. I found this in my parent's cedar chest along with a companion tribute to "My Pop." This piece is framed in a light, unfinished wood with a paper backing. It was never hung up, just put away in the cedar chest for 60-70 years. The top left corner has a wistful image of a woman in a long skirt with a scarf and shawl and a bouquet of flowers in her arms. This image is surrounded by a curvilinear frame with red roses at opposite corners. The sentimental script is presented on a pale yellow background in a simple font. "There might have been another, There might be even now, As good and kind and sweet and fine, And yet, I don't see how. There might be one as tender, There might be one as true, But I shall always doubt it, For I know there's none like you." Copyright MCMXLII (1942) by Cliff Knoble. The original green box survives in fair to poor condition. Inventory marking is B-12.
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