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A pamphlet containing a poem by Clarence Urmy (1858-1923) and photographs by A. C. Vroman and Frederick W. Martin. The pamphlet was reprinted courtesy of Munsey's Magazine (1891-1929). Clarence Urmy was a California poet born in San Francisco, July 10, 1858. He was educated at Napa College, and lived for most of his life in San Jose. He published three books of verse and used the pseudonym Feliz Jose. He was the drama cric for the San Jose Mercury and a teacher at San Jose Normal School. He was also the organist at Trinity Episcopal Church in San Jose. Urmy died June 2, 1923.
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