The title of this week’s ‘old book’ would be interestingly suitable for an autobiography of the Holy Trinity. Although not a revelation of divine mysteries, We Were Three is an edifying ode to the joy of childhood and of having siblings. It was penned by Anne Parrish and printed in Claymont, Delaware in 1945. Mrs. Parrish’s handwritten inscription mentions her uncle, Delaware Chief Justice Charles B. Lore. Lore Avenue in the hamlet of Edgemoor, Delaware stems from this Lore family. She states only 6 copies were made of her reminiscences.
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