memory page

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memory page (plural memory pages)

  1. A page in a book (e.g., a scrapbook) where one can write down special memories and insert mementoes.
  2. A page in an annual publication (e.g., a high-school yearbook) honoring the memory of a person who died during the past year. It may contain photographs, life dates, and writings such as verse.
    The yearbook had a nice memory page for the teenaged girl who died in a car accident this past winter.