Graves gave me this fountain pen
graduation present in May, 1920. She
lived up the road a ways and she and I rode horseback together seven
(Missouri). Sometimes we would
have a horse race down main street, especially when I rode “Jim”
the mule. We kept our
horses in Grandpa's
during school hours.
this pen all through his 100 years of life, and I now cherish it as
much as he. If my father
had never received this quality pen to hand down to me, but used pens
that he picked up at the five and dime, then this memory would never
With this thought and inspiration, I began my adventure into
quality pen making and “My Father’s Pen” was born.
If you do scrap-booking,
genealogy, want to preserve documents or photos (while still
in their albums), then this new mobile battery operated
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I enjoy mine so I wanted to share this.
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