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Abraham Lincoln



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Francis D. Tandy Company. Complete works of Abraham Lincoln


This pamphlet includes speeches, lectures, letters, debates, and addresses made by Abraham Lincoln throughout his career. The most notable inclusions are the Emancipation Proclamation and the Gettysburg Address. The pamphlet is indexed. A facsimile of the manuscript containing the celebrated ""Bixby"" letter appears at the end, depicting Lincoln's handwriting and signature. A portrait of Lincoln with John G. Nicolay and John Hay appears at the beginning of the pamphlet. This pamphlet is the biographical edition, being the second printing from the plates of the celebrated Gettysburg edition, Francis D. Tandy Co. N.B.-The Gettysburg edition was strictly limited to 1,000 copies.


Williams, Frank J.; Williams, Virginia



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32 pages in various pagings ; 22 cm

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Old South leaflets. General series ; v. 4, no. 85

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Related Works

Related to: Monaghan's Bibliography Number 1471 cites the work itself and mentions in the annotation that there was a prospectus; Does not appear in Stern's Catalog

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E457.909 .C667 1904


Mississippi State University Libraries.


New York : Lincoln History Society,

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Mississippi State University Libraries (electronic version).

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Complete works of Abraham Lincoln



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