Mrs. D. G. Campbell

        MRS. D. G. CAMPBELL

  Some 25 years ago the editor lived on a farm southwest of the city. In going to and from the city he passed the home of W. A. Burnett whose three little girls frequently rode with. He was many times greatly amused by the childish answers made by the youngest and has always had a kindly feeling for the girl, now Mrs. Campbell. She is one of the leading society ladies of Oberlin and it is a genuine pleasure to give so good a picture of her as we herewith present.

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