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Justice Frank J. and Virginia Williams
This typed letter, dated March 11, 1934, is written from Chester E. Shuler to Henry E. Luhrs as a response to Luhrs letter of March 5, where-in he had requested information on Zachary Shuler's experience hearing President Lincoln's Gettysburg address in person. Shuler responds that his father has passed but offers to send Luhrs a carbon copy of the newspaper article Shuler had published about his father's recollections on the subject. A handwritten post script about an enclosed likeness of Zachary Shuler is below the Shuler's signature on the second page of the letter.
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Letter, Chester E. Shuler to Henry E. Luhrs, March 11, 1934, Original Manuscript Collection, Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana, Mississippi State University Libraries.