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Box Contents List

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M-77  Reed, William Bradford. “Speech of the Hon. William B. Reed, on the Presidential Question.  Delivered before the National Democratic Association.” Philadelphia, Sept. 4, 1860.

M-202  Lincoln, Abraham-Gettysburg Address. “Lincoln’s Gettysburg Speech.” Parker’s Lessons in Literature. Number 23. Parker Publishing Co., Taylorville, Illinois. By Abraham Lincoln.

M-203  Lincoln, Abraham-Gettysburg Address. “Lincoln’s Gettysburg Speech.” Parker’s Supplementary Reader. Number 23. C.M. Parker. July,1893.

M-205  Lincoln, Abraham-Gettysburg Address. “Lincoln’s Gettysburg Speech [Text].” Critic Leaflet No. 3. New York: The Critic Co. 1898.

M-284  Cowan, Thomas P., The Menard County Blacksmith. “Chronicles of the War with Jeff, King of Dixie.” Springfield: Steam Press of Baker & Phillips. 1864.

M-394  Beecher, Henry Ward. “Raising the flag over Fort Sumter.” Apr. 14, 1865. Taken from a book, pages 347-364.

M-411  Boardman, George N. “The Death of President Lincoln.  A sermon, preached in the Presbyterian Church, Binghamton, Sabbath Morning, April 16, 1865, by George N. Boardman.” Binghamton, N.Y: F. N. Chase. 1865.

M-609  Lowell, James Russell. “Parker’s Penny Classics.” Seventh Series, No. 5. Whole Number 223. Taylorville, Illinois: C. M. Parker. July 21, 1865.

M-815  Willcox, Rev. G. B. “In Memoriam, Abraham Lincoln: Funeral Observances at New London, Connecticut, in honor of Abraham Lincoln, Sixteenth President of the United States, Wednesday, April 19, 1865, including the Public Addresses of Rev. G. B. Willcox, and Rev. Thomas P. Field, D.D.” New London: C. Prince, No. 4 Main Street. Starr & Farnham, Printers. 1865.

M-859  Hotchkiss, Giles Waldo. “Reward for the Capture of Booth. (To accompany bill H. R. No. 801).” 39th Congress, 1st Session.  House of Representatives. Report No. 99. July 24, 1866.

M-910  President Lincoln’s Instructions. “Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, in answer to ‘A resolution of the House of 28th ultimo, relative to President Lincoln’s instructions to the tax commissioners of South Carolina, September 16, 1863.’” 40th Congress, 2d Session. House of Representatives. Ex. Doc. No. 146. February 4, 1868.

M-1060  Rutledge, Ann. “Heart Story of the Early Lincoln.” With Frontispiece. Philadelphia, PA.

M-1097  Williams, Mrs. M. E. “Abraham Lincoln A Spiritualist Lecture.” 5th Edition. Facts Indisputable. New York, NY: Mrs. M. E. Williams.

M-1115  Chambrun, Charles Adolphe de Pineton, Marquis De. “Personal Recollections of Mr. Lincoln.” By the Marquis de Chambrun. Reprinted from The Century Magazine, January 1893.

M-1124  Ingersoll, Robert G. “Lecture on Lincoln.” Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company. Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 213.

M-1125  Ingersoll, Robert G. “Abraham Lincoln.” Compliments Collins Mortgage Company. February 12, 1929.

M-1143  Hart, Albert Bushnell. “Lincoln’s Inaugural and First Message to Congress. (American History Leaflets Colonial and Constitutional).” New York: A. Lovell & Company, 1894.

M-1143N  Simmons, Parker P. “Lincoln’s Inaugural and First Message to Congress. (American History Leaflets Colonial and Constitutional).” Eds. Albert Bushness Hart and Edward Channing, of Harvard University. A. Lovell & Company. 1894. No. 18. 1912.

M-1171  Mundell, Frank. “The Man Who Freed the Slaves: The Story of Abraham Lincoln.” With illustrations in colour by John Campbell. Published at 57 and 59 Ludgate Hill, E.C. by the Sunday School Union, London.

M-1173  Oldroyd Lincoln Memorial Collection. “The House in which Abraham Lincoln Died 516 Tenth Street Northwest Washington, D.C.” [Cut of house]Contains the Oldroyd Lincoln Memorial Collection consisting of over three thousand articles pertaining to the Martyred President. Open Every Day and Evening at all Hours.

M-1183  Young Folk’s Library. “Young Folk’s Library of Choice Literature Lincoln.” No. 31. New York, Boston, Chicago: Educational Publishing Co. 1894.

M-1183N  Young Folk’s Library. “Young Folk’s Library of Choice Literature Lincoln.” No. 31. New York, Boston, Chicago: Educational Publishing Co. 1894.

M-1191  Depew, Chauncey M. “Address by Hon. Chauncey M. Depew, LL.D. At the Celebration of the Thirty-eighth Anniversary of the Debate between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas.” Galesburg, Illinois. October 7, 1896.

M-1193  Hart, Albert Bushnell. “Extracts from Lincoln’s State Papers. (American History Leaflets Colonial and Constitutional).” No. 26. New York: A. Lovell & Company. 1896.

M-1207  Richmond, Cora L. V. “Abraham Lincoln.  A Discourse Given Through Mrs. Cora L. V. Richmond, Pastor of the Church of the Soul.  Synopsis of an Address Given by the Guide of Mrs. Cora L. V. Richmond, at the Regular Service of the Church of the Soul, Sunday, February 2, Hall 309, Masonic Temple, Chicago, Ill.” The Church of the Soul holds Services in Hall 309, Masonic Temple, Every Sunday at 11 A.M.: Sunday School at 10 A.M.

M-1217  McDougal, H. C. “Egyptian and American Slavery, A Comparison, Moses and Lincoln.” A parallel drawn between Israel’s Leader and America’s President. Judge McDougal’s Eloquent Tribute to Lincoln’s Memory. Reprint from Western Veteran.

M-1226  Eaton, Charles H. “Abraham Lincoln. A Sermon by Charles H. Eaton, D.D., Minister of the Church of the Divine Paternity.” 1897-98.

M-1237  Herndon, William H.  “A copy of a letter to John W. Keys from Herndon Sent to William H. Lambert by L. C. Vanuxem.” March 25, 1898.

M-1256  Krauskopf, Joseph. “Ninetieth Birthday of Lincoln and Darwin. A Sunday Lecture Before the Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel, by Rabbi Jos. Krauskopf, D.D.” Philadelphia, February 12, 1899.

M-1258  [Marsh, L. Gardner]. “Story of Abraham Lincoln.” No. 78. English Readings for Schools, Lakeside Series. Chicago: Ainsworth & Company.

M-1260  Morria, Edgar Coit. “Speeches of Lincoln and Douglas. (Maynard’s English Classic Series with Explanatory Notes).” No. 216. New York: Charles E. Merrill Co.

M-1275  Young Folk’s Library. “Life of Lincoln.” Young Folk’s Library of Choice Literature. No. 176. Boston, Mass.: Educational Publishing Company, 1899.

M-1295  Parker’s Lessons in Literature. “The Death of Lincoln.” By William Cullen Bryant. No. 168. Taylorville, Illinois: Parker Publishing Company.

M-1296  Pettigrew, Richard Franklin. “Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln.  June 4, 1900.  Mr. Pettigrew presented the following paper, entitled Immortal Americans-Three Statesmen Whose Guiding Hands Created and Maintained the most Beneficent Free Government Know in the World’s History-Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln.” 56th Congress, 1st Session. Senate. Document No. 433.

M-1312N  Tarbell, Ida M. “The Life of Abraham Lincoln.” Volume 1. New York: Lincoln History Society. Mcmii.

M-1342  Howe, Mrs. H. W. “Lincoln Entertainment.” Darrowville, Ohio: School Publishing Co.

 

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M-1366  Anderson, John, Jr. “Catalogue of Lincolniana: A Remarkable Collection of Engravings, Lithographs, Books, Eulogies, Orations, Pamphlets, etc., relating wholly, or in part, to Abraham Lincoln.” No. 101. For Sale at Auction Friday Evening, April 11, 1902. John Anderson, Jr., 20 West 30th St., New York. Sale begins at 7:30 o’clock.

M-1367  Bangs & Company. “Lincolniana:  A catalogue of scarce pamphlets on the election and administration of Abraham Lincoln.” New York: Bangs & Co. To be sold at Auction Monday afternoon, February 3, 1902.

M-1371  Gleed, James Willis. “Abraham Lincoln: An address to the Republican Club of the city of New York at its Sixteenth Lincoln Dinner, February 12, 1902.” By James Willis Gleed.

M-1382  Old South Leaflets. “Words of Lincoln: Extract from his first Inaugural Address.” Third Series, No. 7.

M-1384  Onstot, T. G., (born at Sugar Grove, July 20, 1829, author of “Lincoln and Salem”). “Lincolnium Picturettes.” Forrest City, Ill.

M-1401  Church, Daniel W. “The Idea and Vision of Abraham Lincoln and The Coming of Theodore Roosevelt.” Chicago: The Berlin Carey Company.

M-1403  [Dyson, Howard F.] “Lincoln in Rushville.” Reprinted from The Rushville, (Illinois), Times, Feb. 12, 1903.

M-1410  Johnson, Edward S. “Abraham Lincoln and His Last Resting Place: A leaflet published for distribution at the National Lincoln Monument in the city of Springfield, Illinois.” Compiled by Edward S. Johnson, Custodian. Board of Commissioners: Hon. Frank O. Lowden-Governor, Hon. Francis G. Blair-Supt. Pub. Instruction, and Hon. Len Small-Treasurer.

M-1419  Kniffin, G. C. (Lieutenant-Colonel, U.S. Volunteers). “An Interview with Abraham Lincoln.” War Papers, 47. Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Commandery of the District of Columbia. Read at the stated meeting of March 6, 1903.

M-1421  Oldroyd Lincoln Memorial Collection. “Abraham Lincoln: The Oldroyd Lincoln Memorial Collection Located in the House in which Lincoln Died.” Washington, D.C. 1903.

M-1430  Anderson Auction Company. “Catalog of a Collection of Pamphlets Relating to Abraham Lincoln with a few on John Brown and some Confederate Imprints many of great rarity.” No. 258. For Sale at Auction Monday Afternoon, January 18, 1904. George D. Morse, Auctioneer. Sale begins at 3 o’clock. The Anderson Auction Company, 5 West 29th Street, New York.

M-1431  Anderson Auction Company. “Catalog of Autographs, Pamphlets, Engravings, Broadsides, etc. relating to Abraham Lincoln.” No. 285. For Sale at Auction Tuesday Afternoon, March 22, 1904. George D. Morse, Auctioneer. Sale begins at 3 o’clock. The Anderson Auction Company, 5 West 29th Street, New York.

M-1441  Memorial Souvenir. “Memorial of Abraham Lincoln.” Feb. 12, 1909, Topeka, Kansas, 1st M.E. Church. Feb 11, 1912, Topeka, Kansas Auditorium. Feb 12, 1913, Topeka, Kansas Auditorium. Feb. 8, 1914, Topeka, Kansas Auditorium.

M-1462  Knowlton, D. H. & Co. “Lincoln’s Speeches and Letters.” Excelsior 5c Classics. Farmington, Maine: D.H. Knowlton & Co.

M-1469  Newhall, Daniel H. “A Catalogue of Books, Pamphlets, and other items, mostly relating to Abraham Lincoln offered for sale by D. H. Newhall.” 28 Bruce Ave., Younkers, N.Y.

M-1470  Newhall, Daniel H. “Catalogue of Books, Pamphlets, Autographs, Portraits, etc., relating to Abraham Lincoln.” No. 7, 1906. For Sale by D. H. Newhall, 59 Maiden Lane, New York.

M-1475  Robinson, Luther E. “Lincoln’s Masterpieces.” By Luther Emerson Robinson, M.A., Professor of English in Monmouth College. Author of “A History of Illinois.”

M-1482  “Abraham Lincoln His Life, Sayings and Speeches.”

M-1494  Collier’s. “Lincoln’s Birthday Number.” Vol. 36, No. 20. February 10, 1906

M-1495  Cortelyou, George Bruce. “Lincoln’s Influence on American Life: Address of Postmaster-General Cortelyou at the annual Banquet of the Lincoln Republican Club and the Young Men’s Republican Club.” Grand Rapids, Michigan. Monday, February 12, 1906.

M-1504  Lambert, William Harrison. “William H. Lambert Address: Mutual Life Building, Philadelphia Asks Reports upon the following Books and Pamphlets Relating in whole or part to Abraham Lincoln which are needed to complete the collection catalogued in Lincoln Bibliography.” Fish, 1906.

M-1506  Merwin-Clayton Sales Company. “A Collection of Lincoln Literature.” To be Sold Monday, May 21, 1906 by The Merwin-Clayton Sales Company. 20-24 East 20th Street, New York.

M-1506n  Merwin-Clayton Sales Company. “Catalogue of Lincoln Literature.” To be Sold Monday, November 19, 1906 by The Merwin-Clayton Sales Company. 20-24 East 20th Street, New York.

M-1506N  Merwin-Clayton Sales Company. “A Collection of Rare Lincoln Literature.” To be Sold Monday, May 20th, 1907 by The Merwin-Clayton Sales Company. 20-24 East 20th Street, New York.

M-1517  Anderson Auction Company. “Broadsides, Books and Pamphlets on Abraham Lincoln American Railroads Song Books American Plays etc., etc.” No. 592. Friday Afternoon and Evening, November 8, 1907. Sales begin in the Afternoon at 2:30 o’clock, in the Evening at 8. New York: The Anderson Auction Company.

M-1618  Republican Club (New York). “Proceedings at the Twenty-Second Annual Lincoln Dinner of the Republican Club of the City of New York.” Held at the Waldorf-Astoria Celebrating the Ninety-Ninth Anniversary of the Birthday of Abraham Lincoln. Wednesday, February 12, 1908.

M-1632  To Aid Lincoln Farm Association. “To Aid Lincoln Farm Association to build and endow a National Memorial on Site of Lincoln Birthplace Farm in Kentucky.” 60th Congress, 1st Session. House of Representatives. Report No. 1641. May 12, 1908-Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union and ordered to be printed.

M-1657  American Missionary Association. “The American Missionary: Among Eight Races in America, White, Negro, Indian, Alaskan, Porto Rican, Chinese, Japanese, Hawaiian. Christian Institutions, Agricultural, Technical, Academic, Collegiate, Theological and Churches.” Vol. LXIII, No. 2. New York City. February 2, 1909.

M-1659  American Missionary Association. “Lincoln and You: Lincoln Day in the Sunday School.” New York: The American Missionary Association.

 

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M-1666  Backemeyer, Fred W. “The Lincoln-Douglas Debates.” Fred W. Backemeyer. Morningside College. Sioux City, Iowa.

M-1668  [Bancroft, T.D.] “An Address Delivered before the Springfield Washingtonian Temperance Society at the Second Presbyterian Church on the Twenty-Second Day of February, 1842 by Abraham Lincoln.” Order New Edition from Lincoln Souvenir Book Co., Kansas City, Mo.

M-1670  Bartholow, Otho F. “The Spiritual Life of Abraham Lincoln: A Sermon Preached in The First Methodist Episcopal Church, Mount Vernon, N.Y.” By the Pastor Rev. Otho F. Bartholow, D.D. Sunday Evening, February 7, 1909.  New York City: Lafetra Press.

M-1674  Berea Quarterly. “Lincoln a ‘Mountain White.’” The Berea Quarterly. Vol. XII, No. 4. Berea, Kentucky. January, 1909.

M-1676  Bolles, E.C. “Lincoln Day Program.” Compiled and Written by E.C. Bolles and D.L. Maulsby. Music by L.R. Lewis and Carrie Bullard. Copyright, 1909, by Perry Mason Company. Boston, Mass: Perry Mason Company (The Youth’s Companion).

M-1681  Burrell, David James. “Marble Collegiate Pulpit.” Volume 18, Number 19. Fifth Avenue and Twenty-Ninth Street, New York City. February 14, 1909.

M-1695  Cook, Katherine M. “Colorado Memorial Day Annual: Lincoln Centennial Number 1909.” Washington’s Coat of Arms. Compiled and Issued by Katherine M. Cook, State Superintendent.

M-1696  Cortelyou, George Bruce. “Address of Secretary Cortelyou at the Dinner given by the Graduates’ Club, Hotel Astor, New York City, Friday Evening, February 12, 1909, in Commemoration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Birth of Abraham Lincoln.”

M-1704  Depew, Chauncey Mitchell. “Speech of hon. Chauncey M. Depew, at the Centennial Celebration of the Birth of Abraham Lincoln by the Grand Army of The Republic, Department of New York, at the Armory of the 71st Regiment, N.G.N.Y., New York City, on February 12, 1909.”

M-1710  Draper, Andrew Sloan. “Lincoln.” New York State Education Department. By Andrew S. Draper, LL.B., LL.D. Commissioner of Education. Albany, New York. 1909.

M-1715  [Elliott-Fisher Company] “From Obscurity to World Wide Fame.” Harrisburg, Pa.: Elliott-Fisher Co.

M-1734  Grover, Leonard. “Lincoln’s Interest in the Theatre.” By Leonard Grover.

M-1735  Gugler, Henry. “Portrait of Lincoln.” Price $12.50 Postage additional. The Gugler Litho Co. Milwaukee.

M-1736  Haas, John A.W. “Abraham Lincoln.” By the Rev. John A.W. Haas, D.D., President of Muhlenberg College. Address delivered at the Lincoln Celebration of the City of Allentown, Pennsylvania, February 12, 1909.

M-1743  Hendrick, Frank. “The Contribution of American Women to the Work of Lincoln: An Address delivered before The National Society of Patriotic Women of America at the Waldorf-Astoria, February 11th, 1909.” By Frank Hendrick, author of Railway Control by Commissions, The Power to Regulate Corporations and Commerce, Constitutional Protection of the Unearned Increment of Value of Public Service Company Property, Policies, Reaction, and the Constitution, etc., etc.

M-1744  Hennecke Co. “The Lincoln Centenary. 1809 February Twelfth 1909. Abraham Lincoln in Sculpture.” From the Hennecke Studios. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: C. Hennecke Co.

M-1752  Hyde, C.W.G. “Minnesota Department of Public Instruction: Lincoln Centenary.” Compiled for Commemoration Exercises in Minnesota Public Schools. By C.W.G. Hyde. February 12, 1909.

M-1753  Indianapolis Public Schools. “The Lincoln Centennial 1809-1909.” Friday, February 12, 1909.

M-1758  Johnson, Eastman.  “The Boy Lincoln. Eastman Johnson. 1824-1906.” Concerning the artist.

M-1776  [Lehmaier, Louis A.] “Lincoln 1865.” 1809-1909.

M-1777  [Levy, J. Leonard.] “Abraham Lincoln’s Religion.” The Reform Pulpit. Vol. 8, No.15. Pittsburgh, PA: B. Callomon. Feb. 7, 1909.

M-1790  “Lincoln Day Program for the Schools of California.” Sacramento: W.W. Shannon, Supt. State Printing, 1909. February 12, 1909.

M-1793  Lincoln Farm Association. “Club Subscription Sheet of The Lincoln Farm Association.” 74 Broadway, New York City.

M-1796  [Lincoln Farm Association.] “To every loyal American in whose heart is the love of country, an ideal of good citizenship, and a reverence for the memory of a great man.” 1809 February Twelfth 1909.

M-1798  [Lincoln Farm Association.] “To every loyal American in whose heart is the love of country, an ideal of good citizenship, and a reverence for the memory of Abraham Lincoln.”

M-1800  “Lincoln Memorial Services held Thursday, February 11, 1909.” Hall of House of Representatives, Springfield, Illinois. Springfield, Ill.: Illinois State Journal Co., State Printers. 1908.

M-1806  McCaskey, J.P. “One Hundred Years. Abraham Lincoln.” J.P. McCaskey, Lancaster, Pa.

M-1813  [Meserve, Frederick Hill.] “A Life Portrait of Abraham Lincoln Annual Ladies’ Night and Celebration of the Lincoln Centenary.” The Quill Club of New York. Hotel Astor, New York. February 16, 1909.

M-1815  Military Order of the Loyal Legion (N.Y.). “Addresses delivered before the Commandery of the State of New York, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, at the regular meeting held February 3, 1909, at Delmonico’s, in observance of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the birth of President Abraham Lincoln.”

M-1830  Olcott, George N. “The Lincoln Centennial: The Robert Hewitt Collection of Medallic Lincolniana.” Described by George N. Olcott, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor of Latin. Published by Columbia University Library. February 12th, 1909.

M-1840  Pennypacker, Samuel Whitaker. “The Law Association of Philadelphia Minutes of the Meetings and Exercises held at the Rooms of The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, in commemoration of the Centennial of the Birth of Abraham Lincoln.” Orations by Hon. Samuel W. Pennypacker and Colonel Alexander K. McClure. February 12, 1909.

M-1849  “Public Schools of the District of Columbia: Observance of Lincoln Centenary.” February 12, 1909. Washington: Norman T. Elliott Printing Co. 1909.

M-1858n  Roosevelt, Theodore. “Abraham Lincoln: An Address by the President of the United States of America, delivered at Lincoln’s birthplace, on February twelve, nineteen hundred and nine.” By Theodore Roosevelt. Reprinted from Collier’s for February 13, 1909. Compliments of E.C. Patterson, Manager Advertising Department. Collier’s, The National Weekly.

M-1864  Schuyler, Hamilton. “Lincoln Centenary Ode.” By Hamilton Schuyler. Read at the Civic Celebration held at Taylor Opera House, in the City of Trenton, N.J., Friday, February 12, 1909. In Commemoration of the One Hundred Anniversary of the Birthday of Abraham Lincoln Sixteenth President of the United States.

M-1865  Selby, Paul. “The Lincoln-Conkling Correspondence.” By Paul Selby. A Contribution to the Transactions of the Illinois state Historical Society for the Year, 1908. Springfield, Ill. Illinois State Journal Co., State Printers, 1909.

M-1867  Shutter, Marion D. “Washington and Lincoln.” Rev. Marion D. Shutter, D.D. Published by Women’s Association Minneapolis.

M-1869  Skinner, Hubert M. “The Lincoln Centenary-1909  Lincoln-Jefferson University Extension Lecture Course: The Lincoln-Douglas Debate.” By Hubert M. Skinner, Ph.D. Copyrighted in 1909 by Lincoln-Jefferson University.

 

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M-1879  Trovillion, Hal W. “Lincolniana Brochure.” By Hal W. Trovillion. Privately printed: Herrin, Ill. February MCMIX.

M-1885  Washington, Booker Taliaferro. “An Address on Abraham Lincoln Delivered before the Republican Club of New York City on the night of February twelfth, 1909.” By Booker T. Washington.

M-1886  [West, J.E.] “The Immortal Fame of Abraham Lincoln.” Grand and Sublime Thoughts Picked up and heaped together by Captain J.E. West Patriotic Instructor, James M.McKeloy Post, No. 134. Department of Minnesota. Saint Cloud, Minnesota.

M-1893  White, Norman H. “Address delivered by Norman H. White before the G.A.R. and the Citizens of Plymouth on the night of the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln.”

M-1899  Wilson, William Bender. “Abraham Lincoln as I knew him.” By William Bender Wilson. An address at King Library, Andalusia, February 12, 1909.

M-1900  [Wood, Jarvis A.] “Lincoln in 1861: From ‘Life of Lincoln,’ published by Doubleday, Page & Co. Photograph taken by Hesler of Chicago. Now the Property of Mr. Frank A. Brown of Minneapolis.” The one we love the best of all.

M-1906  Bartholow, Otho F. “The Symmetry of Lincoln’s Character: A Sermon Preached in The First Methodist Episcopal Church, Mount Vernon, N.Y.” By the Pastor Rev. Otho F. Bartholow, D.D. Sunday Evening, February Thirteenth, Nineteen Hundred and ten. Published for Gratuitous Distribution by the Hon. Edson Lewis. Lafetra Press, New York City.

M-1914  Connolly, James A. “Lincoln.” James A. Connolly. Peoria, February 10, 1910.

M-1931  McCarty, Burke. “Little Sermons in Socialism.  By Abraham Lincoln.” Culled and Commented on by Burke McCarty. Run in The Chicago Daily Socialist in 1910.

M-1945  [Order of Lincoln.] “Provisional Ritual.”

M-1960  Watkins, Lucian B. “The Old Log Cabin.” By Lucian B. Watkins.

M-1965  Borah, William Edgar. “Lincoln the Orator: An Address Delivered at Lincoln’s Birthplace November 9, 1911.” By WN.E. Borah. Press of Byron S. Adams, Washington, D.C.

M-1971  [Cameron, William J.] “Lincoln.” Chicago Historical Society. February 12, 1911.

M-1979  Cutter, George W. “Abraham Lincoln: An Address Before the Watertown Unitarian Club.” Given by Rev. Dr. George W. Cutter. February 15, 1911.

M-1982  Henkels, Stan V. “Catalogue No. 1027. Lincolniana: An Important Collection of Eulogies on Abraham Lincoln.  Rare American History, Early Broadsides, Early American Atlases and Maps, Bookplates, &c. From the Assigned Estate of Ghas. Steigerwalt, Esq., of Lancaster, Pa. By order of Redmond Conyngham, Esq., Assignee.  And From Other Sources. State, Town and County Histories, Genealogies, Revolutionary History, &c.” Monday and Tuesday Afternoons, March 20th and 21st, 1911, at 2:30 o’clock each day. Catalogue Compiled and Sale Conducted by Stan V. Henkels. At the Book Auction Rooms of Samuel T. Freeman & Co. 1519-21 Chestnut St., Phila.

M-1984  Hill, John Wesley. “The Religion of Abraham Lincoln.” An Oration by Rev. John Wesley Hill, D.D., LL.D. Pastor of the Metropolitan Temple, New York. Published for Free Distribution by George H. Baker, President Railway Educational Association, Brooklyn, N.Y.

M-1997  Littleton, Martin W. “Tribute to Lincoln: Excerpts from address delivered by Congressman Martin W. Littleton at Lincoln Banquet, Springfield, Ill., February 11, 1911.”

M-1998  McLaughlin, Robert W. “How Grant Came to Lincoln.” By Robert W. McLaughlin, D.D. Delivered Sunday Morning, April 23rd, 1911 at the First Congregational Church. Oakland, California: Wood & Cowdrey Publishers. April, 1911.

M-2013  Taft, William Howard. “Address of President Taft at the Dinner of the Lincoln Centennial Association.” Springfield, Ill. February 11, 1911. Washington Government Printing Office, 1911.

M-2016  Tinley, Emmet. “Abraham Lincoln Oration.” By Emmet Tinely. Council Bluffs, Iowa. (2 Copies-Typewritten and Carbon Copy)

M-2033  Krauskopf, Joseph. “Could a Lincoln be President in Our Day?  A Sunday Discourse before The Reform Congregation at Keneseth Israel.” Series XXV, Nos. 14 & 15. By Rabbi Joseph Krauskopf, D.D. Philadelphia, February 11th & 18th, 1912.

M-2043  Merritt, L. Eveline. “Studies of Famous Pictures.” By Miss L. Eveline Merritt, Head of Art Department, Northern Illinois State Normal School. Lincoln-Saint Gaudens. Lincoln.

M-2047  Miner, James. “Abraham Lincoln: Personal Reminiscences of the Martyr-Emancipator as he appeared in the memorable campaign of 1854 and in his subsequent career.” By Dr. James Miner. The following article was read by the author at the Lincoln Day celebration in the Winchester (Illinois) High School, Monday, Feb. 12, 1912.

M-2061  Warren, Prescott. “The Day that Lincoln Died: A Play in One Act.” By Prescott Warren and Will Hutchins. Copyright, 1909, by Prescott Warren and Will Hutchins. Boston: Walter H. Baker & Co. 1912.

M-2063  Wiecker, Otho. “The Story of an artist while executing a portrait-sketch, the first from life, of Abraham Lincoln, in June 1860, at Springfield, Ill., and his close association, experience and intimacy with the President which came to light in 1911, fifty-one years after, and a description of the Portrait itself.” Otho Wiecker, Antiquary, Harvard Square oppo. Harvard College at Cambridge in Massachusetts.

M-2065  Wixson, Helen Marsh. “Washington and Lincoln.” Colorado Anniversary Number. Prepared for the Public Schools by Helen Marsh Wixson, State Superintendent of Public Instruction. February 1912.

 

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M-2100  Pierson, A.V. “Lincoln and Grant.” By A.V. Pierson.

M-2109  Senator Bailey and Abraham Lincoln. “Inviting Bailey to Speak at the Lincoln Banquet was a Disgrace to the State of Illinois and an Insult to the Memory of Abraham Lincoln. In This Booklet: Extracts from Speeches on Lincoln and Bailey Interviews with Prominent Illinois Public Men. Newspaper Comment from Representative Illinois Newspapers.”

M-2110  Sherwood, Isaac R. “The Lincoln Highway to Gettysburg.” Speech of Hon. Isaac R. Sherwood of Ohio in the House of Representatives. January 29, 1913. Washington 1913.

M-2114  Taggart, Joseph. “Lincoln Memorial.” Speech of Hon. Joseph Taggart of Kansas in the House of Representatives. January 29, 1913. Washington 1913.

M-2120  “Abraham Lincoln: A Tribute.” The School of Printing, North End Union, Boston. MCMXIV.

M-2127  “The Autobiography of Abraham Lincoln: The original, which was written for campaign purposes, seems to have disappeared.  Collectors are apparently unable to locate it.”

M-2166  Springfield. “The Home of Abraham Lincoln.”

M-2172  American Missionary Association. “1809-1865 Concert Exercise for Lincoln Sunday February 14th, 1915.” New York City: American Missionary Association.

M-2173  Anderson Auction Company. “The Fine Library of John E. Burton of Milwaukee, Wis. Part I Lincolniana.” To be sold on the Afternoons of October 25, 26, 27, 28, and 29, 1915. New York: The Anderson Galleries, Inc.

M-2183  The Grand Army Hall and Memorial Association. “Lincoln Birthday Service in Memorial Hall on Friday, February the Twelfth Nineteen Hundred and Fifteen at three o’clock P.M.” Address by Francis W. Shepardson.

M-2185  Harlow-Goetz, Elizabeth. “The Simplicity of Greatness and the Greatness of Simplicity.” Discourse delivered by Mrs. Elizabeth Harlow-Goetz at San Diego, California, on Lincoln’s Birthday 1915. Published by L.E. Gillet.

M-2208  Rankin, Henry Bascom. “I. Our First American Abraham Lincoln. An Appeal to the Citizens of Our State and City.  II. The Lincoln Life-Mask with some comments and corrections on Leonard W. Volk’s Century Magazine Article.” Two Articles by Henry B.. Rankin, Springfield, Illinois. [Also Volk’s Century Magazine Article.] Reprinted from the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. July, 1915.

M-2212  “1865 1915 Souvenir of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Assassination and Death of Abraham Lincoln.” September, Nineteen Fifteen. Published by Davis & Winemiller, Washington, D.C. Copyrighted, 1915, by Davis & Winemiller, Washington, D.C.

M-2218  Anderson Auction Company. “The Fine Library of John E. Burton of Milwaukee, Wis. Part VI Lincolniana and Civil War Material.” No.1206-1916. To be sold Monday Afternoon and Evening and Tuesday Afternoon March 6 and 7, 1916. New York: The Anderson Galleries, Inc.

M-2219  Anderson Auction Company. “Autograph Letters and Lincolniana.” No.1248-1916. To be sold Monday and Tuesday November 13 and 14, 1916. New York: The Anderson Galleries, Inc.

M-2220  Bartlett, R.S. “The Lincoln Calendar.” 1917. Compiled by R.S. Bartlett. Copyrighted 1916 by Sully and Kleinteich.

M-2223  Bowker, Matthew. “I Refused to Talk to President Lincoln.” By Matthew Bowker.

M-2225  Cannon, Joseph Gurney. “Abraham Lincoln: American Academy of Arts and Letters.” Speeches of Hon. Joseph G. Cannon of Illinois in the House of Representatives. April 12, 1916. Washington 1916.

M-2228  Chapple, Joe Mitchell. “In the Footprints of Lincoln: An Address by Joe Mitchell Chapple at the Hamilton Club, Chicago, Illinois February 12, 1916.”

M-2233  Cook, John W. “Abraham Lincoln.” John W. Cook.

M-2234  Cravens, Joseph M. “Report of Lincoln Highway Commission to Governor Samuel M. Ralston.” December 15, 1916. Joseph M. Cravens, Chairman. Jesse Weik, Secretary.  2 Copies.

M-2237  Dunne, Edward Fitzsimmons. “Abraham Lincoln: Address before the Annunciation Club of Buffalo, New York, February 15, 1916.” By Edward F. Dunne, Governor of the State of Illinois. Reprinted from the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Volume 9, No. 1, April 1916.

M-2240  Faxon, Grace B. “Pieces and Plays for Lincoln’s Birthday.” Instructor and Entertainment Series. Compiled and Edited by Grace B. Faxon. Published jointly by F.A. Owen Publishing Co., Dansville, N.Y. and Hall & McCreary, Chicago, Ill.

M-2258N  [Meserve, Frederick Hill.] “The Last Full Measure of Devotion (Lincoln’s Letter to Ellsworth’s parents.)” Facsimiles of Lincoln’s Letter. The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company.

M-2267  Rodenberg, William A. “Abraham Lincoln.” Address of Hon. William A. Rodenberg of Illinois in the House of Representatives. February 12, 1916. Washington Government Printing Office 1916.

M-2271  Sheffield, James R. “Address of Hon. James R. Sheffield at the Lincoln Dinner of the Republican Club of the City of New York.” Waldorf-Astoria. February 12, 1916.

M-2285  Wilson, Woodrow. “The Significance of Lincoln.” Address of President Wilson on the occasion of the acceptance by the War Department of a deed of gift to the nation by the Lincoln Farm Association of the Lincoln birthplace farm at Hodgenville, Ky. By Woodrow Wilson. Leaflet Number 7. This Edition by William J. Kerby Foundation. The Catholic University of America. Washington 17, D.C.

M-2287  Young’s Art Galleries. “Exhibition of the Portrait of Abraham Lincoln: Painted from Life.” By Jesse Atwood, the then noted painter of Philadelphia at Springfield during the latter part of 1860 and the early part of 1861, also many important old prints, engravings and photographs, including portraits of Lincoln and others prominent in national life of the early ‘60s, and political cartoons and caricatures showing the intense feeling of the presidential campaign of 1864. At Young’s Art Galleries, ninth floor the Stevens Building, Seventeen North State Street, Chicago, Illinois, from February 10th to February 16th inclusive, 1916.

M-2300  Chiperfield, Burnett Mitchell. “Lincoln Memorial Address.” Speech of Hon. Burnett M. Chiperfield of Illinois in the House of Representatives. February 12, 1917. Washington 1917.

M-2312  Herndon, William Henry. “ A Card and A Correction. A Broadside on Lincoln’s Religion.” By Wm. H. Herndon, Springfield, Illinois. November 9, 1882. Privately printed, 1917.

M-2314  Hubbard, Elbert. “Abraham Lincoln: Man and American.” An intimate relation by his fellow-townsman, Elbert Hubbard. Done into print by the Roycrofters and published by the Hartford Lunch Co. of New York. 

 

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M-2315  “Indiana Magazine of History.” Contents: Lincoln in Indiana-J. Edward Murr. Vol. XIII, No.4, December, 1917. Vol. XIV, No.1, March 1918. Vol. XIV, No.2, June 1918.

M-2317  [Jones, Jenkin Lloyd] “A Neglected Shrine.” Souvenir of the Memorial Service held at Hodgenville, Ky. Feb. 11, 1917. Chicago: Unity Publishing Co.

M-2320  “Lincoln’s Message to Wisconsin Farmers. Milwaukee, Sept. 30, 1859.” Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin. Serial No. 875; Gen. Series No. 668. Madison: Published by the University September, 1917. Issued monthly by the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Entered as second class matter July 11, 1916, at the postoffice at Madison, Wisconsin, under the act of August 24, 1912.

M-2323  MacEachen, Mary Marget. “Child’s Life of Abraham Lincoln.” By Mary Marget MacEachen. Wheeling, W.VA: Catholic Book Company.

M-2326  Meserve, Frederick Hill. “Lincolniana and Historical Photographs.” Compiled by Frederick Hill Meserve. Privately printed. New York, 1917.

M-2329  Prince, L. Bradford. “Abraham Lincoln-The Man: The Lesson of his Life.” Address Delivered by Hon. L. Bradford Prince, LL.D. Before the joint Session of the Legislature of the State of New Mexico in the Capitol, Santa Fe. February 12 (Lincoln Day) 1917.

M-2333  Risley, Theodore. “Abraham Lincoln: Anniversary. Thursday Evening, February 15, 1917 Under Auspices of Men’s Circle of Richard Street M. E. Church. Joliet, Illinois.” Address by Theodore G. Risley. Mt. Carmel, Ill.

M-2342  Stewart, Judd. “Lincoln’s Advice to Young Men Regarding Good and Bad Habits.” An Address by Judd Stewart at the Third Annual Dinner of the Lincoln Fraternity February 12, 1917. Plainfield, New Jersey.

M-2356N  Croom-Johnson, Norman. “The Life of Abraham Lincoln.” By Norman Croom-Johnson. Stead’s Great Men Series. Fully Illustrated. London: Stead’s Publishing House. Sixpence.

M-2361  “The Fourth Great Lincoln-Douglas Debate at Charleston, Illinois, September 18, 1858.” Painted by Robert Marshall Root. [Half-tone of painting and key to faces on platform.]

M-2369  Huget, James Percival. “What Would Lincoln Say to This Generation? The Substance of the First Lenten Lecture of the Series of 1918 at the Tompkins Avenue Congregational Church. Brooklyn, N.Y.” Delivered on Wednesday, February 13th by Rev. James Percival Huget, D.D. Printed for general Distribution by vote of the Church Committee.

M-2376  Lewis, James Hamilton. “Anniversary of Birthday of Abraham Lincoln. Speech of Hon. Jas. Hamilton Lewis, of Illinois, In the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, February 12, 1918.” Congressional Record. Sixty-Fifth Congress, Second Session.

M-2378  “Lincoln Grammar School Association: Tenth Banquet. February 12, 1918 Rooms San Francisco Commercial Club Merchants’ Exchange Building, San Francisco.” Lincoln School Boys 1865-1880. Menu Programme-Roll of Honor Songs-Historical. [Three line quotation from Gettysburg address.]

M-2380  Masters, Hardin W. “Ceremonies at the Unveiling of Monument to William H. Herndon, Abraham Lincoln’s last law partner.” Oak Ridge Cemetery. May 30, 1918. Springfield, Illinois.

M-2381  [Merwin, James Burtis.] “Lieut. Gen. Winfield Scott, U.S.A., after hearing several addresses made by Mr. Merwin from President Lincoln’s Carriage, to the regiments gathering in Washington, said, to the President, ‘A man of such force and moral power to inspire courage, patriotism, faith and obedience, among the troops is worth more than a half-dozen regiments of raw recruits.’ ‘The American Soldier, in a volunteer war like this, could not be treated like the soldier of European Armies.’”(see fac-simile of Gen. Scott’s further Endorsement on next page.)

M-2385  Nelson, Knute. “Life and Character of Abraham Lincoln.” Remarks of Hon. Knute Nelson of Minnesota in the Senate of the United States Tuesday, February 12, 1918. Washington Government Printing Office, 1918.

M-2386  Preston, Mrs. H. Clay. “The Humaneness of Lincoln.” No. 189. Mrs. H. Clay Preston, Director Department of Humane Education, The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

M-2396  “The Abbottsford Silent Reading Lessons Abraham Lincoln.” No. 3.

M-2397  “Abraham Lincoln: Legislator, Orator, President, Never a Prohibitionist.”

M-2404  Beveridge, Albert Jeremiah. “A Man for the Ages: A Review of Irving Bacheller’s Lincoln Novel.” By Albert J. Beveridge, author of “The Life of John Marshall.”

M-2407  Gordon, James L. “Was Abraham Lincoln a Spiritualist?” By Rev. James L. Gordon, D.D. Minister First Congregational Church of Washington, D.C.

M-2414  “Lincoln on the Liquor Question.”

M-2428  Vert, Charles J. “Abraham Lincoln: An Address Delivered by Charles J. Vert Before the Saranac Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Feb. 12th, 1919.

M-2433  Andrews, William Ezekiel. “Lincoln and the Boys in Blue. Extension of Remarks of Hon. William E. Andrews of Nebraska in the House of Representatives February 16, 1920.” Washington 1920.

M-2445  Butler, Nicholas Murray. “Abraham Lincoln.” By Nicholas Murray Butler. Address at the Lincoln Day Dinner of the National Republican Club, Waldorf Astoria, New York. February 12, 1920.

M-2448  Dahlinger, Charles W. “Abraham Lincoln in Pittsburgh and the Birth of the Republican Party.” By Charles W. Dahlinger. Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine. Volume 3, Number 4, October 1920. Published by The Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania, Pittsburg 1920.

 

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M-2456a  “The Help-U Washington Lincoln Collection: Containing Material for Washington’s and Lincoln’s Birthday Celebrations Designed to Help the Busy Teacher.” Franklin, Ohio: Eldridge Entertainment House.

M-2457  Herriott, Frank Irving. “Memories of the Chicago Convention of 1860: Being Interviews with Judge Charles C.. Nourse of Des Moines and General Grenville M. Dodge of Council Bluffs, the Memoranda being obtained and put in form.” By F. I. Herriott, Professor in Drake University. (Reprinted from the Annals of Iowa for October, 1920. Vol. XII, pp.446-466.)

M-2463  Knowlton, Daniel S. “A Lincoln Calendar for the year 1920.” Illustrated. Abraham Lincoln. Born, February 12, 1809. Died, April 15, 1865. Compiled and Arranged by Daniel S. Knowlton. Copyright, 1919, by Daniel S. Knowlton.

M-2466  McMurdy, Robert. “Lincoln and Slavery: An Address Delivered before the Student Body of Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, on Emancipation Day, January 1, 1920.” By Robert McMurdy, of the Chicago Bar. (A Board of Trustees of the University.)Author of The Upas Tree; The Modern Chesterfield.

M-2476  Phillips, Leon. “The Cross of Gettysburg: Lincoln’s Immortal Address in Cruciform Arrangement. A Souvenir of the Sixtieth Anniversary of the Delivery of this Classic Utterance.” November Nineteenth 1863-1923. Printed by the Boys of the Spanish American Institute Press Gardena, California. (2 copies)

M-2477  “Recitations for Lincoln’s Birthday: Primary, Intermediate and High School.” Published by Eldridge Entertainment House. Franklin, Ohio Denver, Colo.

M-2481  Scrugham, Mary. “Force or Consent as The Basis of American Government. The Debate on the Subject by the Author and Attorney W.H. Townsend.” By Dr. Mary Scrugham. Published by the Lexington, Kentucky Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

M-2482  Sears, Nathaniel C. “Abraham Lincoln Politician and Patriot. An Address by Hon. Nathaniel C. Sears.” Union League Club, Chicago. February 12, 1920.

M-2483  “Souvenir of Abraham Lincoln. The Man Who Free’d 4,000,000 Slaves. Ulysses S. Grant, Lincolns Trusted General.”

M-2484  “Statue of Abraham Lincoln. Hearings before the Committee on the Library.” House of Representatives. Sixty-Sixth Congress, Second Session on H.R. 11079 H.R. 11443 H.R.11495 H.J. Res. 269 H.J. Res. 282. April 2, 1920. Washington Government Printing Office, 1920.

M-2495  [Baird, Claud.] “The Immortal Lincoln.”

M-2496  Barton, William E. “Abraham Lincoln of Illinois. An Address Delivered before the Union League Club of Chicago on Lincoln’s Birthday Saturday, February Twelfth, 1921.” Chicago: Printed by the Union League Club, 1921.

M-2497  [Black, Charles R.] “Echoes from Lincoln’s Life in the 22nd Century.” Humor, Wisdom, Prophecy and Truth  The Real Truth  The Only Truth  The Unbiased Truth  Truth and Reason in Mirthful Rhyme. Copyrighted 1921 by Charles R. Black. Standard Printing Co., Los Angeles.

M-2500  Dodge, Daniel Kilham. “Lincoln in Champaign County.” By Daniel Kilham Dodge. Reprinted from the Illinois Magazine for January-February, 1921.

M-2513  Kuehnle, Carl F. “Abraham Lincoln.” Address by Carl F. Kuehnle. Denison, Iowa.

M-2515  “Lincoln’s Birthday Hearing before the Committee on the District of Columbia House of Representatives.” Sixty-Seventh Congress, First Session on H.R. 2310. A Bill to Declare Lincoln’s Birthday a Legal Holiday in the District of Columbia. Wednesday, July 20, 1921. Washington Government Printing Office, 1921.

M-2521  Middlesex Club. “Lincoln Night.” Middlesex Club, Boston. February 12, 1921. Addresses by Hon. Charles Nagel  Hon. Wendell Phillips Stafford. Printed by the Club 1921.

M-2527  Pezet, Federico. “Lincoln and Peru.” An Address by His Excellency Don Federico Pezet Ambassador from the Republic of Peru. Delivered at Springfield, Illinois February 12, 1921 the birthday of Lincoln. Extension of Remarks of Hon. Richard Yates, of Illinois, In the House of Representatives, Monday, May 16, 1921.

M-2531  Rudeen, E.F. “Linconian United Nations Plan.” By E.F. Rudeen. Los Angeles.

M-2540  Wise, Stephen S. “Free Synagogue Pulpit.” Vol. VII, No. 1, 1921-22. Abraham Lincoln  Lincoln and Wilson  Woodrow Wilson. By Stephen S. Wise. Free Synagogue House, New York.

M-2544  [Allen, L.M.] “When Lincoln Fought for a Bridge.” [Cut of Lincoln and bridge.]

M-2547  [Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.] “In this Temple as in the Hearts of the People for whom he saved the Union the Memory of Abraham Lincoln is Enshrined Forever.” [Cut of Lincoln Memorial.] Dedicated to the Memory of the Saviour of this nation by the President of the United States. Memorial Day. 1922. Harris and Ewing.

M-2560  Cable, John Levi. “Abraham Lincoln, the Congressman.” Speech of John L. Cable, Member of Congress from Ohio, Broadcasted by Radio February 10, 1922. (Printed in Congressional Record, Feb. 11, 1922.)

M-2568  Fairfield, Louis William. “Abraham Lincoln  Speech of Hon. Louis W. Fairfield of Indiana  Delivered before the Lincoln Club  Brooklyn, N.Y., February 12, 1921. (Printed in the Congressional Record February 13, 1922.) Washington 1922.

M-2571  Fulwider, L.A. “Lincoln-Douglas Book  Historical Sketch of the causes leading to the Freeport Lincoln-Douglas Debate August 27, 1858  The Great Freeport Debate  A turning point in American History; the speeches of Lincoln and Douglas  A Sketch of the History of the City of Freeport August 26, 1922.” Edited and compiled by L.A. Fulwider for the Citizens Committee under direction of the Freeport Chamber of Commerce.

M-2573  Green, William Raymond. “Lincoln the Marvelous Man.” Speech of Hon. William R. Green of Iowa in the House of Representatives February 13, 1922. Washington 1922.

M-2575  Harding, Warren Gamaliel. “President Harding’s Address at the Dedication of the Lincoln Memorial.” Washington, D.C. 30 May 1922. Washington Government Printing Office 1922.

M-2577  [Cut of Memorial.]“In this Temple as in the Hearts of the People for whom he saved the Union the Memory of Abraham Lincoln is enshrined forever.”

M-2579  Kaufman, M.S. “Abraham Lincoln  The Friend of God and Man.  Sermon Preached on Lincoln Sunday, February 12, 1922, at the Pacific Branch National Soldiers Home, California.” By Rev. Dr. M.S. Kaufman, Chaplain.  The Congregation, made up Chiefly of Civil War Veterans who Fought under Lincoln, was Large and Enthusiastic.

M-2581  Krauskopf, Joseph. “Back to Lincoln  A Discourse at Temple Keneseth Israel.” Series XXXV, No. 15. By Rabbi Jos. Krauskopf, D.D. February 19, 1922.

M-2585  “The Lincoln Circuit.” It was during the years from 1847 to 1859 that the old Eighth Judicial district of Illinois earned the name it has since held of the historic Lincoln Circuit.

M-2586  “Lincoln Circuit Marking Association.” St. Nicholas Hotel, Springfield, Ill. January 20, 1922. [Cut of statue.] Illinois Centennial Statue Representing Mr. Lincoln at the time of his Farewell Address to his Neighbors. Dedicated October 5, 1918. Andrew O’Connor, Sculptor.

M-2594  Markens, Edward Wasgate. “Lincoln and His Relations to Doctors.” By Edw. Wasgate Markens, M.D., Chief, Essex County Prison Hospital, Newark, N.J. 1922. Reprint from the Journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey.

M-2597  Middlesex Club. “Lincoln Night.” Middlesex Club Boston  February 11, 1922. Addresses by Hon. George H. Moses  Hon. James W. Wadsworth  Rev. Joseph Fort Newton, D.D. Printed by the Club 1922.

M-2598  Oyster, E.W. “Abraham Lincoln  Shall His Birthday Be Declared a Legal Holiday in the National Capital?” An Open Letter to Representative James R. Mann of Illinois by Mr. E.W. Oyster  Private, Company M, Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry During the War of the Rebellion. Washington, D.C. May 30, 1922.

M-2599  Porter, Albert. “‘Wet’ Slanders of Abraham Lincoln Refuted.” By Albert Porter, D. Lit.  Managing Editor of the Standard Encyclopedia of the Alcohol Problem. [Port. of author.] Lincoln-Lee Legion Department  American Issue Publishing Company, Westerville, Ohio. Leaflet No. 26.

M-2601  [Rogers, Euclid B.] “Lincoln  At the Rotary Club.” Springfield, Illinois. February 13, 1922.

M-2602  “Sarah Bush Lincoln  The Beloved Foster Mother of Abraham Lincoln  A Memorial.” Elizabethtown Woman’s Club. Elizabethtown, Kentucky.

 

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M-2608  Taft, William Howard. “Address of William Howard Taft, Chairman of the Lincoln Memorial Commission, in presenting the Memorial to the President of the United States  May 30, 1922.”

M-2626  Bradley, Preston. “Abraham Lincoln  A Study in Genius.” By Dr. Preston Bradley. The Peoples Church of Chicago  New Pantheon Theatre. February Eleventh, Nineteen twenty-three. Dr. Bradley speaks extemporaneously. The addresses are stenographically reported by Mr. Edwin L. Cobb.

M-2627  Carlton, Mabel Mason. “Abraham Lincoln ‘Savior of his Country.’” By Mabel Mason Carlton. Presented with the Compliments of John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company of Boston, Massachusetts  The Old, Reliable Company.

M-2627N  Carlton, Mabel Mason. “Abraham Lincoln  The Great Emancipator.” Presented with the Compliments of John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company of Boston, Massachusetts.

M-2630  “To Commemorate the Debate of Abraham Lincoln and Antony Thornton on Freedom of Territories  June 15, 1856 in Old Court House  Shelbyville, Illinois. Shelbyville, Illinois.  Shelby County Leader Print 1923.

M-2631  Cooper, Wade H. “A Tribute to Abraham Lincoln.” By Wade H. Cooper. Extract from an Address at Lincoln Memorial University  Harrogate, Tennessee  On the occasion of the installation of Robert Orville Matthews, D.D., LL.D. as President. November 11, 1923.

M-2636  Feldman, Abraham J. “Have We Forgotten Lincoln? A Discourse at Temple Keneseth Israel.” Series XXXVI, No. 17. By Rabbi Abraham J. Feldman. Philadelphia, February 11, 1923.

M-2642  “Historical Guide and other points of interest of Springfield, Illinois.” Copyright 1923. By W.R. Jenkins.

M-2643  Jusserand, Jean Jules. “Abraham Lincoln.” By J.J. Jusserand. Address of the French Ambassador M.J.J. Jusserand at the unveiling of the bust of Abraham Lincoln in the Hall of Fame, New York University , May 22, 1923. Published by The Hall of Fame of New York University, New York.

M-2644  Lincoln, Abraham. “A Letter of Abraham Lincoln in reply to An Invitation to attend a Festival in Honor of the Birthday of Thomas Jefferson.”

M-2658  [Oakleaf, Joseph Benjamin.] “Advertisement to all who are interested in Lincolniana.”

M-2663  [Rockett-Lincoln Film Co.] “Wid’s Weekly.” Vol.1, No. 12, Saturday, August 18, 1923. Editor: Wid Gunning. Hollywood, California.

M-2664n  Rudeen, E.F. “Lincoln A Christian  Though Not A ‘Campbellite’” By E.F. Rudeen. Los Angeles, California. 1923.

M-2674  Union League Club (Chicago). “Memorial to Abraham Lincoln in the Hall of Fame.” New York University, New York City.

M-2676  [American Missionary Association.] “The Unfinished Work.” [Port. of Lincoln.] Lincoln Sunday, February 10, 1924.

M-2685  Bryner, Byron Cloyd. “Abraham Lincoln in Peoria Illinois.” By B.C. Bryner. [Lincoln speaking from portico.] Abraham Lincoln speaking from the steps of the old Peoria County Court House on the night of October 16, 1854. Published by Lincoln Historical Publishing Co., Peoria, Illinois.

M-2699  Hersey, Ira Greenlief. “Lincoln the Man of Common Sense.” Address of Hon. Ira G. Hersey of Maine before the House of Representatives Thursday, February 12, 1924. Washington Government Printing Office, 1924.

M-2700  Hertz, Emanuel. “Abraham Lincoln-the Seer  Some Biblical and Hebraic Traits.” By Emanuel Hertz. Reprinted from the Jewish Forum. New York City, February 1925.

M-2703  Illinois Watch Company. “The Book of A. Lincoln Watches.” The Illinois Watch Co. Springfield. 1924.

M-2704  Illinois Watch Company. “Lincoln Essay Contest  To Increase Knowledge and Admiration of Lincoln Among School Children in the United States.” Conducted by Illinois Watch Company. Springfield, Illinois.

M-2707  Keller, Oscar Edward. “Lincoln’s Birthday a Holiday in the District of Columbia.” 68th Congress, 1st Session. House of Representatives. Report No. 140. February 1, 1924-Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union and ordered to be printed. Mr. Keller, from the Committee on the District of Columbia, submitted the following Report. (To accompany H.R. 20.)

M-2708  Keller, Oscar Edward. “To Declare Lincoln’s Birthday a Legal Holiday in the District of Columbia.” 68th Congress, 1st Session. House of Representatives. Report No. 799. May 21, 1924-Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union and ordered to be printed. Mr. Keller, from the Committee on the District of Columbia, submitted the following Report. (To accompany S. 1641.)

M-2712N  Lincoln, Abraham. “Speeches of Abraham Lincoln.” Instructor Literature Series. F.A. Owen Publishing Company. Dansville, N.Y.

M-2723  “The Numismatist  An Illustrated Monthly for Those Interested in Coins, Medals and Paper Money.” Vol. XXXVII, No. 2, February, 1924. Frank G. Duffield, Editor. Published monthly by The American Numismatic Association, Publication Office, Federalsburg, MD.

M-2723N  “The Numismatist  An Illustrated Monthly for Those Interested in Coins, Medals and Paper Money.” Vol. XL, No. 4, April 1927. Frank G. Duffield, Editor. Published monthly by The American Numismatic Association, Publication Office, Federalsburg, MD.

M-2729  Rathbone, Henry Riggs. “Abraham Lincoln.” Speech of Hon. Henry R. Rathbone, of Illinois, In the House of Representatives, Tuesday, February 12, 1924.

M-2730  “Address of the President of the United States Before the National Republican Club at the Waldorf-Astoria  February 12, 1924 at 8 o’clock PM.” 68th Congress, 1st Session, Senate, Document No. 42. Presented by Mr. Lodge February 13, 1924. Washington Government Printing Office  1924.

M-2731  Rockett, Al. “Al and Ray Rockett present The Dramatic Life of Abraham Lincoln.” [Port. of impersonator.]

M-2741  Simons, Charles C. “Lincoln, The Republic, and The Spirit of ’76.”  An Address Delivered on Lincoln’s Birthday, February 12, 1924 by the Hon. Charles C. Simons, U.S. District Judge, for the Eastern District of Michigan to the Members of the Covenant Club of Chicago at Chicago, Illinois.

M-2742  Simons, Evelyn. “Washington and Lincoln Celebrations.” By Evelyn Simons, Author of Choice Dialogues for Rural Schools. Paine Publishing Company, Dayton, Ohio.

M-2746  [Vancil, Burke.] “Compliments of Elwood Commandery  No. 6  Knights Templar  Springfield, Illinois.” [Cut of Lincoln and signature.] February 12, 1809  April 15, 1865.

M-2748  [Wall, Bernhardt.] “The Gettysburg Speech.” By Abraham Lincoln. Delivered on Nov. 19, 1863. Etched by Bernhardt Wall. New York, 1924.

 

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M-2749  White, Charles T. “Lincoln and the Newspapers.” By Charles T. White.

M-2750  Allen, Lyman Whitney. “The Lincoln Pew.” By Lyman Whitney Allen. (President Lincoln’s Pew is in the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church of Washington, D.C.)

M-2756  Barton, William Eleazar. Indiana History Bulletin. Vol. II, No. 4. Published Monthly by the Indiana Historical Commission State House, Indianapolis. “Abraham Lincoln’s Ancestry.” An Address Delivered before the Sixth Annual Indiana History Conference in Indianapolis, Friday Evening, December 5, 1924. By William E. Barton, Litt.D., LL.D. Author of “The Life of Abraham Lincoln,” “The Soul of Abraham Lincoln,” “The Paternity of Abraham Lincoln,” etc.

M-2757  Barton, William Eleazar. “The Ancestry of Abraham Lincoln.” An Address Delivered at the Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Illinois State Historical Society in the Centennial Memorial Building Springfield, Illinois, Friday, May 23, 1924. By William E. Barton. [Illinois state seal.] Reprinted from the Transactions of the Illinois State Historical Society, 1924.

M-2766  Davis, David. “Logan and Lincoln.” By Ex-Judge David Davis, Member of the Cincinnati Bar.

M-2773  [Henry, Frank E.] “Lincoln Speaks Spanish.” Hero Tale Series. A.M.A. Sunday February, 1925. Five Missionary Minutes for Sunday Schools. Stories from the work of The American Missionary Association. New York.

M-2774  Hertz, Emanuel. “Abraham Lincoln-Seer  Some Biblical and Hebraic Traits of the Great Emancipator.” By Emanuel Hertz. Reprinted from The American Hebrew, February 6, 1925. [Portrait.] “His Immortal Portrait Painted Large on the Colossal Canvas of American History” From the Original Charcoal Sketch by Leo Kober.

M-2775  Hertz, Emanuel. “Abraham Lincoln-The Seer.” By Emanuel Hertz. An Address Delivered at Washington Heights Congregation February 13th, 1925. (2 copies)

M-2777  Hertz, Emanuel. “Abraham Lincoln-The Seer.” By Emanuel Hertz. (Reprinted from The Republican, February 7, 1925.)

M-2778  Hertz, Emanuel. “Abraham Lincoln-The Seer  Some Biblical and Hebraic Traits.” By Emanuel Hertz. Reprinted from The Jewish Forum. New York City. February, 1925.

M-2780  Hill, John Wesley. “Lincoln’s Living Memorial,” by Dr. John Wesley Hill. Extension of remarks of Hon. B. Carroll Reece of Tennessee in the House of Representatives. Monday, February 23, 1925.

M-2783  Lake, Harry F. “Abraham Lincoln.” An Address by Harry F. Lake, Esq. (Rotarian)  Delivered before the Concord Rotary Club, Concord, H.H. February 10, 1925.

M-2791  [Lockwood, George B.] “Lincoln.”

M-2792  Lynch, William O. “The Convergence of Lincoln and Douglas.” By William O. Lynch, Professor of History, Indiana University. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Illinois State Historical Society, 1925. (Printed by authority of the State of Illinois.)

M-2804  Quaintance, Charles L. “Abraham Lincoln in Illinois.” An address delivered to the pupils of the Palmer School  February 12, 1925 by Charles L. Quaintance  Public Relations Department. Central Illinois Public Service Company.

M-2805  Republican Club (National). “Thirty-Ninth Annual Lincoln Dinner.” National Republican Club. Thursday, February Twelfth  Nineteen Twenty-Five. Waldorf-Astoria.

M-2806  Risdon, F. Ray. “Assassination and Death of Abraham Lincoln  A Contemporaneous Account of a National Tragedy.” As published in The Daily Morning Chronicle, Washington, D.D. With an Introduction by F. Ray Risdon. Gardena, California. Spanish American Institute Press  1925.

M-2807  Risdon, F. Ray. “Ode to Lincoln’s Log Cabin.” By F. Ray Risdon. Privately Printed. Los Angeles, California  1925.

M-2808  Robison, John M. “God’s Choicest Gift to Our Country; Kentucky’s Most Distinguished Son; America’s First and Greatest Commoner; the World’s Mightiest Champion of Freedom; the Masterful Man of the Ages-Abraham Lincoln.” Congressional Record. Sixty-Eighth Congress, Second Session. Speech of Hon. John M. Robison of Kentucky. Delivered on Abraham Lincoln at Philadelphia, Pa. Saturday, February 14, 1925. (Printed in the Congressional Record, March 4, 1925.)

M-2810  Sizoo, Joseph Richard. “‘Abraham Lincoln’ ‘A Heritage and Hope.’” Sermon By Rev. Joseph Richard Sizoo, M.A.  Minister of New York Avenue Presbyterian Church Washington, D.C. Preached, Sunday, February eighth nineteen twenty-five. This sermon was broadcast by Station WCAP through the courtesy of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company and the Washington Federation of Churches.

M-2815  Townley, Wayne C. “Addresses Delivered by Wayne C. Townley, District Governor Illinois Lions Clubs. 1923-1924  1924-1925.” Of the hundreds of brilliant addresses given by him during his term of office, the Russell-Hampton Company presents these three classics to all Lions in his District, with their congratulations for the many successes achieved under his leadership.

M-2821  Whipp, Frank D. “Abraham Lincoln Log Cabin  St. Charles School for Boys.” Frank D. Whipp, Managing Officer. St. Charles, Ill.

M-2824  Wright, Allen Henry. “A New Light on Abraham Lincoln As An Advocate.” An Interview by Allen H. Wright with W.H. Somers, former Clerk of the Circuit Court in Champaign County, Illinois. (Reprinted from The Green Bag of February, 1908.) An Edition of 100 copies, of which this is No. [20]. San Diego, Cal., Feb. 12, 1925.

M-2833  Barton, William Eleazar. “Abraham Lincoln and New Salem.” By William E. Barton, D.D., Litt.D. An address before the Mississippi Valley Historical Association and the Illinois State Historical Society on their Joint Pilgrimage to New Salem, May 8, 1926. [State seal.] Reprinted from the Transactions of the Illinois State Historical Society 1926. Illinois Printing Co., Danville, Ill.

M-2836  Beck, James M. “Lincoln and Democracy.” An address delivered at the Lincoln’s Day Banquet of the Republican Club of New York on February 12, 1926, by James M. Beck, Late Solicitor General of the United States.

M-2837  Brooks, Walter H. “Impressions at the Tomb of Abraham Lincoln.” By Walter H. Brooks, D.D., Pastor of Nineteenth Street Baptist Church. Washington, D.C.

M-2838  Cadwallader, M.E. “Abraham Lincoln  The Friend of Man  His Life Was Another Drop in That Vat Where Human Lives, Like Grapes in God’s Vintage, Yield the Wine That Strengthens the Spirit of Truth and Justice in the World.” By M.E. Cadwallader.

M-2840  Cole, Arthur Charles. “Lincoln and the American Tradition of Civil Liberty.” By Arthur E. Cole  Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. [State seal.] Reprinted from the Transactions of the Illinois State Historical Society  1926. Illinois Printing Co., Danville, Ill.

M-2843  Frear, James Archibald. “The Passing of Lincoln as Pictured by Corporal Tanner.” Remarks of Hon. James A. Frear of Wisconsin in the House of Representatives. Tuesday, June 1, 1926. Washington Government Printing Office  1926.

M-2853  Kaine, John Langdon.  “Lincoln as a Boy Knew Him.” By John Langdon Kaine.

M-2866  “The Mexican Boy.” Published by the Spanish American Institute. Gardena, California. Volume IV  February 1926  Number 2.

M-2867  “The National Republic’s ‘Hour of Tribute to Lincoln.’”

 

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M-2868  “A New Story about Lincoln.” [Cut of Lincoln.] A. Lincoln.

M-2869  Newton, Joseph Fort. “Abraham Lincoln.” [Cut of Lincoln.] Address by Reverend Joseph Fort Newton, D.D. Introduction by Howard Benton Lewis, Esquire before the Union League of Philadelphia. Friday Evening, February 12, 1926.

M-2872  Penrose, Wesley Francis. “The Immortal Lincoln and the Masterpiece.” By Wesley Francis Penrose.

M-2873  Prohibition Educational League. “Abraham Lincoln on Prohibition.” Issued by the Prohibition Educational League of New York County. Pamphlet No. 1.

M-2876  Sandburg, Carl. “Abraham Lincoln  The Prairie Years.” By Carl Sandburg, Twenty-five hundred copies of this booklet have been printed for booksellers. Its preservation as a Lincoln “item” is suggested; it contains one hitherto unpublished, authentic Lincoln story which does not appear in the book. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company.

M-2881  Starr, John William, Jr. “Abraham Lincoln’s Religion in His Eldest Son’s Estimation.” By John W. Starr, Jr. Privately Printed  1926.

M-2887  Townsend, William Henry. “The Summons Bancroft-Whitney Company  Lincoln the Lawyer.” No. 18, May 1926. San Francisco. By William H. Townsend of the Lexington, Ky., Bar. Author of Abraham Lincoln, Defendant, and Lincoln the Litigant. Courtesy of the author and the American Bar Association Journal.

 M-2888  United States Patent Office. “Abraham Lincoln, of Springfield, Illinois. Buoying Vessels over Shoals.” Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. 6,469, dated May 22, 1849; application filed March 10, 1849.

M-2895  “Abraham Lincoln  The Man of the People.”

M-2897  [American Educational Association.] “Abraham Lincoln.”

M-2909  Carnegie Library School Association. “Washington and Lincoln in Poetry  Poems chosen by a Committee of the Carnegie Library School Association.” New York. The H.W. Wilson Company  1927.

M-2910  Chrisman, Herring. “Memoirs of Lincoln.” By Herring Chrisman. Written in 1900.

M-2915  Cooper, Wade H. “Address of Col. Wade H. Cooper on Abraham Lincoln.” Extension of Remarks of Hon. B. Carroll Reece of Tennessee in the House of Representatives. Saturday, February 12, 1927. United States Government Printing Office  Washington  1927.

M-2920  Evans, Henry Oliver. “Abraham Lincoln as a Lawyer.” Bye Henry Oliver Evans, Esq. Smith Bros. Co. Inc., Law Printers, Pittsburgh, Pa.

M-2921  Fite, E.M. S. “Abraham Lincoln-The boy who was not afraid to be kind.”  By E.M.S. Fite. The Kind Deeds Messenger  The Latham Foundation Story Service for the Public Schools. Number 6.

M-2922  [Frankenberg, T.T.] “Lincoln The Hoosier  A restatement of some facts that too many folks seem to have forgotten.” Done into print at Indianapolis in September 1927. (3 variants)

M-2927  Griffin, Anthony Jerome. “Abraham Lincoln.” Address on Abraham Lincoln before the Holy Name Society of Holy Trinity Church, Washington, D.C. on Thursday, February10, 1927. Extension of Remarks of Hon. Anthony J. Griffin of New York in the House of Representatives, Saturday, February 12, 1927. United States Government Printing Office  Washington  1927.

M-2928  Hart, Franklin W. [Cut of Lincoln.] “Abraham Lincoln  The Great Commoner  The Sublime Emancipator.” By Col. F.W. Hart. 1926. (2 copies)

M-2930  “He Watched Lincoln Write His Name or The Boy Who Saw Abraham Lincoln.”

M-2937  Hodgenville Chamber of Commerce. “August 1927  The Hodgenville Chamber of Commerce Invites You To Visit The Lincoln Birthplace Memorial. [Cut of Memorial.] At Hodgenville, Kentucky. ‘The Nation’s Shrine.’”

M-2942n  Kiper, Roscoe. “Abraham Lincoln in Indiana  Biographical Facts Not Generally Known.” By Hon. Roscoe Kiper  Ex-Judge of the Circuit Court. Second Judicial Circuit, Indiana. Reprint from The Kiwanis Magazine-February 1927, Issue. (2 Variations)

M-2947  “Lincoln’s Birthday 1927.” Class in Printing of the Tyler St. School, Quincy District, Boston, Mass.

M-2951  “The Mexican Boy.” Published by the Senior High School Students of the Spanish American Institute, Gardena, California. Volume V, Number I, February 12, 1927.

M-2959  Radcliffe, Mrs. Wallace. “The Lincoln Pew  As in Lincoln’s heart, so in his pew was room for all.” By Mrs. Wallace Radcliffe.

M-2975  Stimmel, Smith. “Experiences as a Member of President Lincoln’s Bodyguard, 1863-65.” By Smith Stimmel. Reprint from North Dakota Historical Quarterly. Vol. I, No. 2, January, 1927.

M-2976  Stone, Robert. “Abraham Lincoln.” Address Delivered Before Topeka Hi-Twelve Club on Wednesday, February, 9th, 1927. By Robert Stone. Topeka, Kansas.

M-2997  Bates, J.A. “Lincoln, the Man the World Loves.” By Col. J.A. Bates, Civil War Veteran  Commander Capt. Wm. A. Jackson Post, G.A.R., Middletown, N.Y. Delivered Before historical Society, Middletown, N.Y., One of the Most Interesting Features of Lincoln Night; delivered also at Lincoln Observances in First Presbyterian Church, and St. Paul’s M.E. Church, and Broadcast from New York In Lincoln Choir-Chicago. 1865.

M-3001  Briggs, Morris H. “Lincoln Literature.” By Morris H. Briggs. Reprinted from the Publishers’ Weekly of February 25th, 1928, in an edition of 25 copies of which this is No. [18].

M-3002  Callender, James P. “Abraham Lincoln  The Inspired of God.” By James P. Callender. Delivered February 12, 1928. Christian Endeavor Society of Broadway Presbyterian Church. New York City.

M-3010  [Evans, Henry Oliver.] “Lincoln As he lived Religion.” April, 1928.

 

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M-3011  “Final Reply to Westerner.” (From the Times-Dispatch of Sunday, January 8, 1928.) The Final Reply to Westerner.

M-3017  Goltz, Carlos W. “A Lincoln Letter for Sale  Connected with the Life of Major Mordecai Mobley, His Friend, by the Owner, Mrs. Calista La Due.” Address Her Representative Carlos W. Goltz. Sioux City, Iowa.

M-3019  [Hambrecht, George Philip.] “Lincoln Birthday Party.” Republican Club. February 13, 1928. St. Charles Hotel  Eight O’Clock P.M.

M-3033  “Historical Souvenir Booklet of Springfield.” Abraham Lincoln and Old Salem State Park Illinois.

M-3063  Weber, J.R. “Lawyer Lincoln  Author J.R. Weber who as a boy gained inspiration by sitting on the knee of Lawyer Lincoln.” Published by Bawden Bros., Inc. Davenport, Iowa.

M-3064  Wilcoxon, M.H. “Abraham Lincoln’s Vow Against the Catholic Church,” by M.H. Wilcoxon. [Lincoln’s warning-a quotation from Charles Chiniquy, Fifty Years in the Church of Rome. Cut of head of Lincoln.] 1928. From The Rail Splitter Press  Milan, Illinois.

M-3066  Windle, C. Pliny. “Lincoln and The Know Nothings.” By C. Pliny Windle. Reprinted from Truth and Light.

M-3069  Abraham Lincoln Memorial Highway Association. “Historic Proofs and Data in Support of the Lincoln Way, being the Route Traveled by the Thomas Lincoln Family In Coming from Indiana to Illinois In the Year 1830 for Submission to the Governor of the State of Illinois and the Department of Public Works and Buildings of the State of Illinois by the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Highway Association, Inc. Greenup, Ill.” Published by the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Highway Association, Inc.  1929.

M-3071  “Abraham Lincoln’s Banking Education  Timely Talks with the officers and Directors of the [Space for subscriber’s name.]”

M-3080  Blunk, S.M. “The Lincoln Way.” Being a description of the route traveled by Abraham Lincoln from his birthplace in Kentucky, through Indiana, to Springfield, Illinois, his final resting place, to which spot thousands make yearly pilgrimages to pay homage to this great man. S. M. Blunk. Virden, Illinois.

M-3087  Foster, David N. “Abraham Lincoln and the Outbreak of the Civil War. Address Delivered by Colonel David N. Foster February 17l, 1929  Before the First Presbyterian Church Fort Wayne, Indiana.”

M-3106  Knapp, George E. “Lincoln the Lawyer.” (By George E. Knapp, of the Iowa Bar.)

M-3109  “The Life Span of Abraham Lincoln.” Lincoln Mausoleum at Springfield, Ill.

M-3110  “Lincoln and Springfield.” [Cut of head of Lincoln, surrounded by “From The Home Of Abraham Lincoln.”] [Printers’ union label.] Phillips Bros. Print, Springfield, Ill.

M-3123  Oakleaf, Joseph Benjamin. “Azel W. Dorsey  Lincoln’s School teacher in Indiana Buried in Illinois.” By J.B. Oakleaf. Reprinted from the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Volume 22, No. 3, October, 1929.

M-3125  “Pilgrimage to the Tomb of Abraham Lincoln.” Indiana School Children under the auspices of the Kiwanis Clubs and School Executives. Indiana Points to Springfield, Illinois via Wabash Railway. May 30, 1929.

M-3129  Republican Club (National). “Abraham Lincoln-the Kentuckian.” By Governor Flem D. Sampson of Kentucky. Delivered before the National Republican Club of New York City. February 12, 1929.

M-3130  Riley, Garnet. “Lincoln-“ By Garnet Riley.

M-3138  Smoot, Reed. “Abraham Lincoln.” Speech of Hon. Reed Smoot of Utah in the Senate of the United States  February 12, 1929. United States Government PrintingOffice  Washington: 1929.

M-3139  Smyser, George H. “The Lincoln Family in 1861  A History of the Painting and Engraving.” George H. Smyser, Ridgewood, N.J. Reprinted from the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Volume 22, Number 2, July 1929.

M-3140?  [Sumerlin, Adolf.] “Abstract to Lincoln Land.” (Resembles 3140 and 3141-“The Lincoln Memorial Highway.” A. Sumerlin, Publicity Director, Lerna, Ill. Lerna, Ill., January 2, 1929.  ??)

M-3152  Warren, Louis Austin. “Lincoln on Metal Silk and Paper  Cultivating the Collective Instinct in Children.” By Louis A. Warren, Director. Lincoln Historical Research Foundation. Copyrighted. Reprinted From Monday Morning Message, Feb. 11, 1929. The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company  Fort Wayne, Indiana.

M-3153  Warren, Louis Austin. “Living Lincoln Memorials.” By Louis A. Warren, Director  Lincoln Historical research Foundation. Lincoln National Life Insurance Company  Fort Wayne, Indiana. Copyrighted. Reprint from American Forests and Forest Life. February 1929.

M-3156  Winter, Charles Edwin. “Washington and Lincoln.” Speech of Hon. Charles E. Winter of Wyoming. In the House of Representatives  Monday, February 25, 1929.

M-3162  “Abraham Lincoln-Our Beloved American.”

M-3168  Armstrong, William D. “Lincoln-Douglas Debates Anniversary observed October 15, 1929  Alton, Illinois.” By W.D. Armstrong  President, Madison County Historical Society. Reprinted from the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Volume 22, No. 4, January, 1930.

M-3169  Barton, Albert O. “Lincoln-Douglas Debates  Seventy-first Anniversary  August 27, 1929.  Freeport Unveils a Lincoln Statue.” By Albert O. Barton. Reprinted from the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Volume 22, No. 4, January, 1930.

M-3173  Bell, Landon C. “The Lincoln Myths are Passing-But Slowly  Bowers’ Tragic Era.” By Landon C. Bell. Reprinted from Tyler’s Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine. January, 1930.

M-3179  Chrisman, Herring. “Memoirs of Lincoln.” By Herring Chrisman. Published by His Son William Herring Chrisman. Mapleton, Iowa  1930.

M-3180  [Cushman, Esther Cowles.] “Abraham Lincoln in Rhode Island.” Souvenir of Lincoln’s Birthday Observance. Rhode Island State House. February 12, 1930.

M-3183  Flagg, Norman G. “Lincoln-Douglas Debates. Address delivered at Alton, Illinois, on October 15, 1929, at the Unveiling of Memorial of the Seventh Lincoln-Douglas Joint Debate.” By Norman G. Flagg. Reprinted from the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Volume 22, No. 4, January, 1930.

M-3184  [Galusha, Arthur.] “New Salem, Illinois.” Designed and Printed by Edward J. Jacob at his shop in Peoria, Illinois. June, 1930. Presentation copy, none for sale.

M-3190  Griffith, Lawrence Rector. “Lincoln the Man and Lincoln the Myth  A Political Essay.” By Lawrence Rector Griffith. Published in the United States of America  1930.

M-3205  Hoover, Herbert. “President Hoover’s Gettysburg Address.” A reprint of the address delivered by President Hoover at Gettysburg on Memorial Day, May 30th, 1930. Theodore C. Cazeau Commander-in-Chief  Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. Rochester, N.Y.

M-3213  McIntosh, T.M. “Abraham Lincoln  Strategist-Opportunist  ‘The Great Emancipator,’ A Misnomer.” A Compilation With Comments by T.M. McIntosh, M.D., Thomasville, Georgia.

M-3214  [McLean, Charles Clothier.] “The Boy Who Wore Lincoln’s Hat.”

M-3221  [Murray, James Austin.] “Our Own Abe Lincoln.”

M-3227  “The Passing of Lincoln.” Presented by “The Old Stone Bank.” Providence, R.I.

M-3233  Siegel, Isaac. “Abraham Lincoln  Speech of Hon. Isaac Siegel of New York in the House of Representatives  February 12, 1917.” (Not printed at Government expense.) United States Government Printing Office  Washington  1930.

M-3237  Wall, Bernhardt. “The Invitation to Gettysburg.” Bernhardt Wall Etcher-Publisher. Lime Rock  Conn. 1930.

M-3249  Bonar, Lewis J. “The Lincoln I Voted For.” By Lewis J. Bonar. Presented with compliments of The Richard County Lincoln Association  1931.

 
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M-3250  Caper, Edgar. “Puppet Plays  Lincoln and the Pig.” 1 Scene, 3 Characters, Plays 10 Minutes. Suited to marionettes or Shadows  As played by the Marionette Fellowship of Detroit. Edgar Caper. Edited and Copyright by Paul McPharlin. Printed in Detroit 1931.

M-3253  “The Daviess County Lincoln Highway Association’s Brief In Support of the Lincoln Route Through Daviess County, Indiana.” Presented to the Indiana Lincoln Highway Commission.

M-3255  Dondero, George Anthony. “Why Lincoln Wore A Beard.” By George A. Dondero. Reprinted from the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Volume 24, No. 2, July, 1931.

M-3265  Hertz, Emanuel  “Lincoln’s Diplomacy  An Unwritten Chapter.” By Emanuel Hertz. Delivered at the Forty-fifth Annual Dinner of the National Republican Club, on Lincoln’s Birthday, February 12th, 1931.

M-3267  Hixon, Austin T. “The Lincoln Highway through Daviess County, Indiana.” Published by the Historical Investigating Committee.  Washington, Indiana 1931. Copyright 1931 by Austin T. Hixon and Ezra Mattingly.

M-3271  [Hutton, D.M.] “The Lincoln Marriage Temple  A shelter for cabin in which Mr. Lincoln’s parents were married.” On Grounds of Pioneer Memorial State Park. Harrodsburg, Ky.

M-3274  “Life With The Lincoln.” Dedication Number  Life With The Lincoln. Published Monthly by The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Ethel Henneford, Editor. Issued by the Office Administration Department in the Interests of the Personnel at the Home and Branch Offices. Vol. 12, No. 10. February, 1931.

M-3285  [Newark Athletic Club.] “Lincoln, The Ever Sympathetic.” Douglas Volk, N.A. 1931. Courtesy Benj. Whitehead.

M-3299  Warren, Louis Austin. “Lincoln’s Early Political Background.” By Dr. Louis A. Warren. Schnepp & Barnes, Printers. Springfield, Ill. 1931. (Printed by authority of the State of Illinois.)

M-3304  [Wasson, William] “Lincoln’s Last Photograph Negative Broken Only Six Prints Made.”

M-3307  “Abraham Lincoln: The Hoosier Youth.” Paul Manship’s Heroic Bronze Statue. Presented by The Lincoln National Life Foundation. Sponsored by The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company. Fort Wayne, Indiana. 1932.

M-3308  [Cut of statue.] “Addresses Delivered at the Dedication of the heroic bronze statue ‘Abraham Lincoln-The Hoosier Youth’ September 16, 1932.” Entrance plaza of The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company. Fort Wayne, Indiana.

M-3309  Allan, Dorothy C. “A Birthday Present for Lincoln  A Play in One Act.” By Dorothy C. Allan, Author of “Three Wise Men,” “Where Lies the Child,” “About Candlelight Time,” etc. Boston  Walter H. Baker Company  Publishers.

M-3311  Chicago Book & Art Auctions. “Abraham Lincoln  The important collection of the late Henry M. Leland, Detroit Michigan.” Sale 24, June 2, 1932. Unrestricted Public Auction. Thursday Evening, June 2, 1932. Public Exhibition Room 919. Saturday, May 28th to June 2nd 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. (Except Sunday and Memorial Day). Chicago Book & Art Auctions, Inc.

M-3314  “Dedication Program.” September 16, 1932. The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company. Fort Wayne, Indiana.

M-3323  Haynes, Sumner W. “Abraham Lincoln on Popular Sovereignty.” Speech delivered by Hon. Sumner W. Haynes.

M-3325  Hieronymus, Robert Enoch. “Lincoln Pilgrimage.” Art Extension Committee Managed by Professor R.E. Hieronymus. Community Advisor of the Faculty of the University of Illinois.

M-3326  [Hinman, George.] “Lincoln Sunday  Feb. 14, 1932  Lincoln and the Indians.” New York, New York: The American Missionary Association.  (2 copies)

M-3335  “The Lincoln Shrine  Redlands: California  An account of its conception, Execution, and the works of art which it contains.” Dedicated February 12, 1932.

M-3342a  Nelson, Wilbur. “Obadiah Holmes  Ancestor and Prototype of Abraham Lincoln.” By Rev. Wilbur Nelson.

M-3344  Patri, Angelo. “Abraham Lincoln.” By Angelo Patri.

M-3348  [Rudeen, E.F.] “The Lincoln Postman.” February 1932. Lincoln Government League. Los Angeles, Cal.

M-3350  Schaeffer, Samuel Carlyle. “Abraham Lincoln  His Destiny and Religion.” Samuel Carlyle Schaeffer, Ph., B.B.D. Cardiff-By-The-Sea, California.

M-3352  “Souvenir of the 66th National Encampment  Grand Army of the Republic.” Dr. Benjamin Franklin Stephenson, Founder of the G.A.R. Springfield, Illinois. September1932. Printed in co-operation with the Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic.

M-3359  Walker, Alice Johnstone. “Abe’s First Fish.” By Alice Johnstone Walker. Old Tower press. Lockport, Illinois.

M-3360  [Warren, Louis Austin.] “America’s Greatest Funeral Procession.”

M-3365  Zane, John Maxcy. “An Address  By John M. Zane delivered before The Abraham Lincoln Association.” At Springfield, Illinois In the Old State House on February 12, 1932.

M-3367  “The Abraham Lincoln Exhibit Group  Century of Progress.” 1833 to 1933. Chicago.

M-3369  Barnard & Miller. “Abraham Lincoln’s Last Case in Chicago.” Barnard & Miller “Briefs.”

M-3376  Curran, John W. “Lincoln Conspiracy Trial and Military Jurisdiction Over Civilians.” By John W. Curran, Professor of Law, De Paul University. Chicago, Illinois. Reprintedfrom The Notre Dame Lawyer, University of Notre Dame. November, 1933.

M-3379  Fay, Herbert Wells. “The Moultrie County Lincolns.” Privately Published by Herbert Wells Fay, Custodian Lincoln’s Tomb. Reprinted From Week By Week. October 28, 1933.

M-3390  [Kunning, C.H.] “A Newly Discovered and hitherto Unpublished Contemporary Portrait of Abraham Lincoln.” By Thomas Buchanan Read. Painted in 1864.

M-3398  Miller-Seldon Electric Company. “Faith  A young man became a candidate for the Illinois State Legislature and was over [Eight lines of text]” Miller-Seldon Electric Company  Motors  Supplies  Electrical Construction. Detroit, Mich.

M-3400  “The Reconstruction of New Salem.” Reprinted from The Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Volume XXV, No. 4, January, 1933. (Printed by authority of the State of Illinois.)

M-3404  Smith, Copeland. “The Three Lincolns.” Radio League Leaflets, No. 4. Ten Cents (Copyright). A Radio Sermon. By Dr. Copeland Smith from Station W.C.F.L. Chicago, Ill.

M-3413  Ashe, S.A. “Lincoln the Lawyer.” By Capt. S.A. Ashe, Raleigh, N.C. Reprinted from Tyler’s Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, July, 1934.

 

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M-3417  [Caswell, Lincoln.] “1863-1934, Seventy-one Years since the Gettysburg address, yet Abraham Lincoln speaks today!” [Cut of Lincoln and quotation from Harrisburg Telegraph, Nov. 20, 1933.]

M-3418  [Cavins, William F.] “The Lincoln Family-Neighbors of Our Fathers.”

M-3420  Cole, Wilson Giffin. “The Leadership of Lincoln  Address in the James M.E. Church. Brooklyn, N.Y., Feb. 11, 1934.” By the Pastor Wilson Giffin Cole.

M-3421  Collyer, William H. “The Death of Booth.” Affidavit  Dec. 1, 1904 in pension claim of Wm. H. Collyer. A Blowhard.

M-3431  Harvey, Fred. “Exhibit of Lincolniana.” Commemorating the one-hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary of the birthday of Abraham Lincoln. February 7th through February 12th. Fred Harvey. Hemicycle Room, Straus Building.

M-3435  Hill, John Wesley. (Not printed at Government expense.) “America Needs Today a Reincarnation of the Spirit and Principles of Lincoln.” Address by Rev. Dr. John Wesley Hill, Chancellor of the Lincoln Memorial University, Cumberland Gap, Tenn. July 8, 1933. (Printed in the Congressional Record of Jan. 26, 1934, by request of Hon. Kenneth McKellar, ,of Tennessee.)

M-3447  [Mathews, James T., Jr.] “The Lincoln Memorial.” Copyright 1934 by National Art Service Co., Inc. Washington, D.C.

M-3449  [Raney, McKendree Llewellyn.] “Addresses at the Lincoln Meeting.” University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. The Courier Issued thrice a year by the friends of the library. Number I. December 1934.

M-3451  [Reincke, Arno B.] “He Could Take It!” By Arno B. Reincke. Copyright 1934, Arno B. Reincke, Reincke-Ellis-Younggreen & Finn, Inc. Chicago. Printed in United States of America. (2nd copy: Readers Digest, January 1939. Eighteenth Year, Vol. 34, No. 201. Condensed from a privately printed book.)

M-3463  “The Abraham Lincoln Memorial Garden.” Springfield, Illinois. Sponsored by The Garden Club of Illinois. February 12, 1935.

M-3465  Ashe, S.A. “Abraham Lincoln, the Citizen.” By Capt. S.A. Ashe, Raleigh, N.C.

M-3468  [Baylor, Orval W.] “Lincoln in his Parent’s Home County.” A Souvenir of the Original Lincoln Country of Washington County, Ky. 1935.

M-3471  Cameron, William J. “Lincoln and Lee  A talk given on the Ford Sunday Evening Hour  April 14, 1935.” By W.J. Cameron. Broadcast over the Nation-Wide Network of the Columbia Broadcasting System from Orchestra Hall, Detroit. Number 28.

M-3472  Crew, C.C. “Life and Times of Abraham Lincoln  1809-1865.” By C.C. Crew. Makers of History Series, No. 6. Exeter: A. Wheaton & Co., Ltd., The Paternoster Press, 1935.

M-3474  [Fay, Herbert Wells.] “The Lincoln Home  Springfield, Illinois.” Presented with the compliments of Illinois State Department of public Health. Henry Horner, Governor. Frank J. Jirka, M.D. Director.

M-3485  Lincoln National Life Foundation. “Lincoln’s Beard  Reproduction of Correspondence between Abraham Lincoln and Grace Bedell.” By Lincoln National Life Foundation. Lincolniana Publishers, Fort Wayne, Ind. 1935.

M-3486  Lutz, Philip, Jr. “We Stand on Sacred Soil Today  Remarks of Hon. Louis Ludlow of Indiana in the House of Representatives, Thursday, August 15, 1935.” Address of Hon. Philip Lutz, Jr., of Indiana, at the Grave of Lincoln’s Mother. (Not printed at Government expense) United States Government Printing Office. Washington, 1935.

M-3489  [Mather, Otis M.] “Hodgenville, Kentucky  Birthplace of Abraham Lincoln.” Bronze Statue at Hodgenville. [Ten lines describing statue.]

M-3489N  [Mather, O.M.] “Hodgenville, Kentucky  Birthplace of Abraham Lincoln.” Bronze Statue at Hodgenville. (Revised issue, 1938.)

M-3494  Republican Club (National). “Addresses delivered by Honorable Herbert Hoover  Governor Harold G. Hoffman  President Glenn Frank at the Forty-ninth Annual Lincoln dinner of the National Republican Club  February 12, 1935.”  Toastmaster Colonel Theodore Roosevelt. With compliments of the National Republican Club in the City of New York.

M-3495  Republican Party. “79th Birthday Republican Party 1856  1935.” Bloomington, Illinois. May 29, 1935.

M-3503  Barkley, Alben William. (Not printed at Government expense.) “Abraham Lincoln.” Speech of Hon. Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky in the Senate of the United States. February 12, 1936.

M-3505  Boos, John E. “Address Before Monarch Club.” Albany, N.Y., February 11, 1936. John E. Boos.

M-3508  Camp, Blanche Hammond. “Lincoln Poems.” By Blanche Hammond Camp. Copyright 1936, by Pocket Press Syndicate. Printed by Progress Printers. Bedford, Indiana.

M-3512  Farnum, George R. “Abraham Lincoln-Today and Tomorrow.” By George R. Farnum of Boston, Massachusetts. Former Assistant Attorney General of the United States.

M-3513  Fitz-Patrick, Gilbert. “Abraham Lincoln  His Environment and His Period Contrasted with Present Conditions.” Gilbert Fitz-Patrick, M.D., F.A.C.S. Chicago.

M-3514  [Freeman, E.M.] “A French Tribute to Lincoln and A Three Part Poem  Abraham Lincoln  Illustrated Reprints.” The Valley Press. Redlands, California. 1936.

M-3519  Harrington, Daniel. “Abraham Lincoln.” An Address by Judge Daniel Harrington. ‘Mr. President, Mr. Speaker and Honorable Chairman of the Program Committee:

M-3527  McMahon, Edward. “Lincoln, the Emancipator.” Edward McMahon. Reprinted from The Pacific Historical Review, March, 1936.

M-3529N  Lincoln Group of Chicago. “The Lincoln Conspiracy Trial.” By John W. Curran. Lincoln Group Papers  Reprint No. 6.  The Home of Books, Inc., Chicago. 1936.

M-3531  Quinby, Laurie J. “Jefferson-Lincoln Symposium of what constitutes Americanism.” Selected and Arranged by Laurie J. Quinby. Davies Printing Company. Publishers. Los Angeles. 1936.

M-3532  “Quincy and the State of Illinois Pay Honor to the Memory of Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas  Unveiling and Dedication of Beautiful Bronze Memorial in Washington Park in Quincy designed by America’s foremost Sculptor Lorado Taft. Commemorating the debate between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas, October 13, 1858.

M-3533  Reed, Chauncey William. “Abraham Lincoln ‘A Man for the Ages.’” Address delivered by Hon. Chauncey W. Reed of Illinois in the House of Representatives of the United States. February 12, 1936. (Not printed at Government expense.) United States Government Printing Office. Washington 1936.

M-3535n  Shutes, Milton Henry. “Abraham Lincoln and the New Almaden Mine.” By Milton H. Shutes. Reprinted from The Pacific Historical Review. March, 1936.

M-3537  Starr, Thomas I. “Lincoln Belonged to at Great Fraternity  The Brotherhood of man was his society, says this Omega and Detroit Teke whose Lincoln collection is one of the choicest in the middle west.” By Thomas I. Starr. Omega and Detroit Teke Club.

M-3538  Starr, Thomas I. “A Lost Speech of Abraham Lincoln.” BY Thomas I. Starr. Reprinted from “The Michigan Bell” Employees’ Magazine of the Michigan Bell Telephone Co. for August. 1936. From the press of The Birmingham Eccentric. Birmingham, Michigan. Limited to one hundred copies.

M-3546  [Wilson, Rufus Rockwell.] “The Life and Time of Abraham Lincoln  An exhibition of historical and artistic significance, for the benefit of the Madison Square Boys’ Club.” February 12-April 20, 1936. Hotel Lincoln. 44th Street and Eighth Avenue. New York, N.Y.

 

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M-3557  Cameron, William J. “A Talk Given on the Ford Sunday Evening Hour  Washington and Lincoln.” By W.J. Cameron. February 21, 1937. Number 23 of the 1936-37 Series broadcast over the Nation-Wide Network of the Columbia Broadcasting System from Detroit. Ford Motor Company. Dearborn, Michigan.

M-3558  Clemens, Earle R. “Lincoln Memorials in Many States.” By Earle R. Clemens.

M-3559N Darneille, Frank. “History of the Lincoln Homestead.” Published by Frank Darneille. Springfield, Illinois. Copyright 1938 by Frank Darneille.

M-3563  Grand Army Hall and Memorial Association. “Thirty-Eighth Annual Lincoln Birthday Service  The Grand Army Hall and Memorial Association of Illinois.” Friday, February 12, 1937. Address by Dr. Preston Bradley.

M-3567  Hertz, Emanuel. “Abraham Lincoln-The Jurist of the Civil War.” By Emanuel Hertz. Reprinted form New York University Law Quarterly Review. Vol. XIV, No. 4, May. 1937. New York, N.Y. 1937.

M-3573  Howe, Beverly W. “Lincoln-Our Magnanimous Fellowman.” By Beverly W. Howe. An Address before the Executives’ Club of Chicago, Friday, February 12, 1937.

M-3574  Howe, Beverly W. “Two Hours and Two Minutes or Lincoln and Everett at Gettysburg.” By Beverly W. Howe.

M-3578  [Lincoln, Walter Gould.]  “Was Abraham Lincoln a Professional Politician?”

M-3579  “Lincoln Library  William Wyles’ Collection of Lincolniana and Americana.” State College  Santa Barbara, California.

M-3580  McClelland, Stewart Winning. “Lincoln the Pioneer.” Stewart W. McClelland, President of the Lincoln Memorial University. Harrogate, Tennessee.

M-3582  Maxey, George Wendell. “Address by Justice George W. Maxey of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Abraham Lincoln At the Banquet Tendered by the Somerset Bar Association On February 12, 1937.”

M-3583  Miller, Hugh Gordon. (Not printed at Government expense.) “Lincoln’s Birthday Address  Extracts from a Speech by Hugh Gordon Miller before the Grover Cleveland Democratic Club Forum, New York City, on the eve of Lincoln’s Birthday  February 11, 1937.” Congressional Record. Seventy-Fifth Congress, First Session. (Printed in the Congressional Record of Mar. 2, 1937.)

M-3584  Pallette, Edward M. “Abraham Lincoln and Quinn Harrison.” By Edward M. Pallette, M.D. Los Angeles. Reprint from The Bulletin of the California State Society, Sons of the Revolution. December, 1937.

M-3588  Shaler, Clarence Addison. “A Tribute to Abraham Lincoln.” By Clarence Addison Shaler. Pasadena, California. February, 1937.

M-3593  Warren, Louis Austin. “Little Known Lincoln Humor.” By Louis A. Warren, Litt. D. Historian, The Lincoln National Life Insurance Co. Director, The Lincoln National Life Foundation.

M-3594  Warren, Louis Austin. “Pilgrimage Conducted June 20-30, 1937.” By Louis A. Warren, D.D., LL.D. On the 300th Anniversary of The Lincoln Landing In America  Including the meeting at Long Run Baptist Church, Jefferson County  Near the Site of the Home of Pioneer Abraham Lincoln.” Sponsored By The Filson Club, Louisville, Kentucky. Incorporated June 25, 1937.

M-3596  “Washington Jefferson Lincoln And Agriculture.” Bureau of Agricultural Economics. United States Department of Agriculture. November 1937.

M-3598  White, William Allen. “Lincoln and the Land Question.” (Reprinted from Land and Freedom.) With a Foreword by William Allen White. Published by The Single Tax Publishing Co. New York, 1937.

M-3599  Williams, Edward Sylvanus. “The Battle of the Giants: Descriptions of the Issues and the Historic Struggle between Lincoln and Douglas.” By Edward Sylvanus Williams, Supervising Principal, Hanover Township Public Schools, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. January 20, 1937.

M-3600  Williams, Edward Sylvanus. “The Cradle of Genius: A Philosophical Discussion of the Earlier Life and Training of Abraham Lincoln.” By Edward Sylvanus Williams, Supervising Principal, Hanover Township Public Schools, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. June 24, 1937.

M-3601  Williams, Edward Sylvanus. “The Fourteenth of April: A Dramatic Description of the Last Days and Tragic Death of Abraham Lincoln  Sixteenth President of the United States.” By Edward Sylvanus Williams, Supervising Principal, Hanover Township Public School. Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. November 11, 1937.

M-3603  “The Abraham Lincoln Home.” State of Illinois. Henry Horner. Governor.

M-3605n  Barnes, M.M. “From Log Cabin to White House  The Life Story of Abraham Lincoln.” Abridged & Adapted by M.M. Barnes, M.A. (Oxon.) Rai Sahib M. Gulab Singh & Sons, Educational Publishers, Lahore. 1938.

M-3606  Basler, Roy Prentice. “Abraham Lincoln-Artist.” Article by Dr. Roy P. Basler of Alabama Teachers College. Florence, Ala. Printed in the Congressional Record of May 24, 1938. (Not printed at Government expense.) United States Government Printing Office, Washington. 1938.

M-3607  Basler, Roy Prentice. “Abraham Lincoln’s Democracy  An Address Delivered at Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tennessee, on the Seventy-fifth Anniversary of the ‘Gettysburg Address.’” By Roy P. Basler  Professor of English. State Teachers College. Florence, Ala. Published by Department of Lincolniana. Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tennessee. 1938.

M-3610  Bullard, Frederick Lauriston. “Lincoln and the Courts of the District of Columbia.” (Reprinted from American Bar Association Journal, February, 1938.) By F. Lauriston Bullard, Editorial Writer on the Boston Herald.

M-3613  Cowgill, Frank Brooks. “Lincoln at Gettysburg.” By Frank Brooks Cowgill. 1863-November 19-1938.

 

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M-3614  Duschnes, Philip C. “The Second Inaugural Address of Abraham Lincoln.” Philip C. Duschnes. New York.

M-3619  [Gregory, Edward.] “At the End of the Trail  The story of the journey of Thomas Lincoln and his family through Hardin and Breckinridge counties, Ky., to Indiana in 1816.” Breckinridge-Perry County Lincoln Highway Association. D.D. Dowell, President. E.D. Jones, Vice President. J.C. Nolte, Treasurer. Edward Gregory, Secretary.

M-3622  Hasbrouck, Jacob Louis. “Lincoln In Some of His Unheroic Hours.” Paper by Jacob Louis Hasbrouck Before the Rotary Club of Bloomington, Illinois. February 10, 1938.

M-3624  Hertz, Emanuel. “Lincoln’s Imprint on Constitution.” Article by Emanuel Hertz. In the New York Times  February 6, 1938. Printed in the Congressional Record of February 10, 1938. (Not printed at Government expense.) United States Government Printing Office. Washington, 1938.

M-3629  Kinnaird, Virginia. “Mrs. Lincoln As a White House Hostess.” By Virginia Kinnaird. Reprinted from Papers in Illinois History and Transactions for the Year 1938. The Illinois State Historical Society, Springfield, Illinois.

M-3632  “Lincoln Log Cabin State Park.” State of Illinois. Henry Horner. Governor.

M-3637N  McMurtry, Robert Gerald. “Lincoln Knew Shakespeare.” Reprinted from the Indiana Magazine of History, December, 1935, XXXI, No. 4.

M-3638  Morgan, Joy Elmer. “Selections from Abraham Lincoln.” By Joy Elmer Morgan  editor, Journal of the National Education Association. Personal Growth Leaflet. Number Twenty-seven.

M-3639  “New Salem State Park.” State of Illinois. Henry Horner. Governor.

M-3643  Pond, Fern Nance. “Intellectual New Salem in Lincoln’s Day.” An address delivered at Lincoln Memorial University. Harrogate, Tennessee. February 12, 1938. By Fern Nance Pond. Petersburg, Ill.

M-3644  [Pond, Fern Nance.] “New Salem Village.” Photographic Views and Brief Historical Sketch of New Salem State Park Petersburg, Illinois. (2 copies)

M-3647  Reed, Chauncey William. (Not printed at Government expense.) “Abraham Lincoln-Lover of Humanity.” Address by Hon. Chauncey W. Reed of Illinois to the District of Columbia Society of the Dames of the Loyal Legion. On February 12, 1938. (Printed in the Congressional Record of February 14, 1938.)

M-3650  Stringer, Lawrence B. “Abraham Lincoln and the City of Lincoln, Illinois.” (An Address by Judge Lawrence B. Stringer, of Lincoln, Illinois, delivered at a Columbia System coast-to-coast broadcast, at Lincoln, Illinois, February twelfth, 1938.)

M-3652  Warren, Louis Austin. “Little Known Facts About The Gettysburg Address.” By Louis A. Warren, Litt.D. Historian, The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company. Director, The Lincoln National Life Foundation.

M-3657  Angle, Paul McClelland. “The Foundations of Lincoln’s Fame  A Lincoln’s Day Address.” Delivered at Carleton College by Paul M. Angle at a Special Chapel Service. February 15, 1939.

M-3665  [Bullard, Frederick Lauriston.] “Lincoln Pardons Conspirator on Plea of An English Statesman.” Reprinted from the American Bar Association Journal, March, 1939, Issue.

M-3667  Capehart, Homer E. “Lincoln Ideals Brought Down To Date.” Address delivered by Homer E. Capehart. Washington, Indiana. Over Radio Station WIND Monday, February 13, 1939. This address is printed and distributed by a group of Mr. Capehart’s friends in appreciation of his notable contribution to the cause of good government.

M-3668  [Charrney, Theodore S.] “On June 13, 1839, The Logan County Circuit Court, An Important Point On The Lincoln Circuit, Convened At Postville For The First Time.”

M-3669  Davis, James John. 76th Congress, 1st Session S. Con. Res. 10. “In the Senate of the United States April 13, 1939. Mr. Davis submitted the following concurrent resolution; which was referred to the Committee on the Library.”

M-3677  [Heinl, Frank J.] “The Story of Ann Rutledge and Lincoln.”

M-3679  Hertz, Emanuel. “Lincoln at Gettysburg.” Article by Emanuel Hertz in the New York Times Magazine of November 20, 1938. Printed in the Congressional Record of February 13, 1939. (Not printed at Government expense.) United States Government Printing Office. Washington 1939.

M-3682  Herzberg, Max J. “A Guide to the Study of the Historical Photoplay  Young Mr. Lincoln.” Photoplay Studies  A Magazine Devote to Photoplay Appreciation. Volume V  Series of 1939  Number 9. Prepared by Max J. Herzberg, Editor, School Edition of “Abe Lincoln Grows Up.” Recommended by bye Motion-Picture Committee, Department of Secondary Education. National Education Association.

M-3686  “Indiana Historical Society Pilgrimage To Lincoln Shrines in Illinois.” Saturday, October 7-Sunday, October 8, 1939.

M-3688a  “The Lincoln National Life Foundation.”

M-3689  McClelland, Stewart Winning. “A. Lincoln, LL.D.” By Stewart W. McClelland  President, Lincoln Memorial University  Harrogate, Tennessee  1939. Department of Lincolniana. Lincoln Memorial University. Harrogate, Tennessee.

M-3690  McClelland, Stewart Winning. “A Message from the First Republican President  Extension of Remarks of Hon. John M. Robison of Kentucky in the House of Representatives  Monday, May 15, 1939.” Address by Dr. Stewart W. McClelland, D.D., L.H.D. President, Lincoln Memorial University. (Not printed at Government expense.) United States Government Printing Office. Washington. 1939.

M-3691  McClelland, Stewart Winning. “Ohio Proposes Lincoln for President.” By Dr. Stewart W. McClelland, President. Lincoln Memorial University  Harrogate, Tennessee. Published by Department of Lincolniana. Lincoln Memorial University. Harrogate, Tennessee. 1939. Reprint from the Lincoln Herald, February 1939. Vol. XLI, No. 2.

M-3692  McMurtry, Robert Gerald. “The Department of Lincolniana of Lincoln Memorial University  Harrogate, Tennessee.” R. Gerald McMurtry  Director.

M-3696  Massey, Raymond. “Raymond Massey in Robert E. Sherwood’s Abe Lincoln in Illinois.”

M-3697  Milton, George Fort. “Lincoln and the Modern World.” An Address by George Fort Milton  President, The Chattanooga (Tenn.) News. On the Occasion of the Celebration of Lincoln’s Birthday at Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tennessee. Saturday, February 11, 1939 at 10:00 A.M. Published by Department of Lincolniana. Lincoln Memorial University  Harrogate, Tennessee.

M-3704  Parkinson, R.L. “Lincoln  a story in Poster Stamps.” Copyright 1939, R.L. Parkinson.

M-3705  Pettengill, Samuel B. “When Lincoln Was a Boy.” By Samuel B. Pettengill. February 12, 1939.

M-3709  [Raney, McKendree Llewellyn.] “Two Portraits of Lincoln.” The Courier. The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Issued Thrice a Year by the Friends of the Library. Number 12-February 1939.

M-3714  Smith, Thomas Vernor. “The University of Chicago Round Table.” A radio discussion of what would Lincoln think? T.V. Smith  Paul Angle  Avery Craven. February 12, 1939.

M-3718  “Trails in Lincoln State Park and Nancy Hanks Lincoln Memorial.” Conservation Department  Department of Public Works. Division of State Parks and Lands and Waters. State of Indiana.

M-3722  Wakefield, Sherman Day. “Did Lincoln Write the Bixby Letter?” By Sherman Day Wakefield  Author of “How Lincoln Became President” and Secretary of Lincoln Fellowship of New York.

M-3723  Warren, Louis Austin. “The Lincoln Digest.” Dr. Louis A. Warren, Editor. Published by The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company. Fort Wayne, Indiana. Bulletin No. 1.

M-3725  Warren, Louis Austin. “A Lincoln Memorial To Thanksgiving.” Address Delivered at the Dedication of the Abraham Lincoln Statue, Hingham, Massachusetts onSeptember 23, 1939 by Louis A. Warren, Director, Lincoln National Life Foundation. Reprinted from The Hingham Journal of October 27, 1939.

M-3726  [Warren, Louis Austin.] “Little Known Facts About Thanksgiving and Lincoln’s Proclamation.”

M-3752  [Lieber, Francis.] (German.)  “Lincoln oder McClellan?” An die Deutchen in Amerika. Landsleute und Mitburger!

M-3907  Hertz, Emanuel. (Hebrew.) “Abraham Lincoln-The Seer.” By Emanuel Hertz.

M-3910  Mohamed. (Persian.) “Abraham Lincoln.” Edited by Mohamed.

M-3916  Hertz, Emanuel. (Yiddish.) “Abraham Lincoln-The Seer.” By Emanuel Hertz.

M-3949  “Washington, Lincoln and Their Co-Patriots.” National Christian Association. Chicago, Illinois.

M-3953  Hewer, Nellie A. “Lincoln and the Bible.” School Series of Moral Education. Nellie A. Hewer.

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