M.C. Davies ; written on back: "To my friend \\ J. Soule Smith - \\ from \\ M.C. Davies \\ Thomasville \\ Ga. \\ Please accept photo. \\ upon our boyhood \\ friendship and love. \\ So now let us unite \\ With the poet when he said \\ 'Fleecy locks and black \\ Complexion cannot forfeit \\ nature's claims; \\ Skins may differ, but \\ affection Dwells in white and black the same.' \\ W. C. Poet \\ pag 210"
Smith, Joshua Soule, 1848-1904.
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