It isn’t until nearly four months after Frank Stevens heads to New York City to sail for England that I find any record of his bride. Norma Flowers Stevens has made it to Southampton!
I wouldn’t exactly call that “accompanying” her husband, but who’s squabbling over the small stuff at this point? At least they’re together again, for the moment.
Once again, Frank’s mother, Agnes Tully Stevens, receives and diligently tucks away another memento of her family’s lives, and—unbeknownst to her—bequeaths those grandchildren and great-grandchildren whom she’s never met with another token of their heritage.
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