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Collection 2424 - M.L. Wilson Abraham Lincoln Collection, 1849-1973

Creator: Wilson, M. L. (Milburn Lincoln), 1885-1969

Provenance Note: Ephemeral published material and periodicals pertaining to the life of Abraham Lincoln collected by Milburn Lincoln Wilson were donated to Special Collections by Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Wilson, and their daughter, Virginia Wilson Simons, ca 1969-2000.

Historical Note: Milburn Lincoln Wilson was born in Atlantic, Iowa on 23 October 1885, the son of John Wesley and Mary E. (Magee) Wilson. He received a B.S.A. from Iowa State College, Ames, in 1907 and his M.S. in agricultural economics and rural sociology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in 1920. He began his career as a farmer in 1907. He served as Assistant State Agronomist at Montana State College, Bozeman, 1910-12; County Agent in Custer County, Montana, 1912-14; Montana State Extension Agent Leader, 1914-22; and an extension agricultural economist at Montana State College, 1922-24. Between 1924 and 1926 he took charge of the U.S.D.A. division of farm management and cost accounting. During his stint as professor and head of the Department of Agricultural Economics at Montana State College, 1926-33, he provided consultation on large-scale wheat farming in the U.S.S.R., 1929. From May 16 to September 1, 1933, Wilson served as the Chief Wheat Production Secretary in the Agricultural Adjustment Administration and then moved on to the directorship of the Division of Subsistence Homesteads in the Department of the Interior until June 30, 1934. In 1934, Wilson was appointed the Assistant Secretary of Agriculture and in 1937 the Undersecretary of Agriculture until 1 February 1940 when he became the Director of Extension Work at U.S.D.A. While Director, he also filled in as the Chief of Nutrition Programs and in the Production and Marketing Administration between 1943 and 1949. He was a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Farm Economic Association (president, 1925), Epsilon Sigma Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, and Alpha Zeta. He was also a Unitarian and belonged to the Cosmos club. His writings include Farm Relief and the Domestic Allotment Plan (1933) and Democracy Has Roots (1939). Married on December 17, 1913 to Ida Morse from Cromwell, Minnesota, Wilson made his home in Washington, D.C. where he died in October 1969 and is buried in Rock Creek Cemetery.

Content Description Note: The M. L. Wilson Abraham Lincoln Collection contains various pamphlets, articles, and memorabilia about Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War era. Included in the collection is the Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin, the Abraham Lincoln Quarterly, the Lincoln Centennial Association Bulletin, Lincoln Lore, and the Lincolnian; several memorial addresses after Lincoln's death; speeches and addresses by Lincoln; articles from the Atlantic Monthly, Century, Harper's Monthly, Lincoln Herald, McCall's, McClure's, National Republican, and Scribner's Monthly; various government publications; lists of Lincolniana; and memorabilia. The bulk of the collection has been arranged by author.

Contents

Box 1
1. Abraham Lincoln - An excerpt from some book of collected biographies.
2. Abraham Lincoln and McClellan Cartoon of 1864. His dream is realized and he becomes an organizer! To a great army near the Capitol; and Ye policeman directs him to "Move On!" "Can't you let a cove alone 'til he makes a shilling?" n.p.
3. Abraham Lincoln: a Negro not killed by John Wilkes Booth. June, 1924 (leaflet)
4. Abraham Lincoln: An Illinois Central lawyer. A paper read by Elmer A. Smith, senior General Attorney of the Illinois Central Railroad Company, at a meeting of the Western Conference of Railway Counsel, February 13, 1945. 23 p.
5. (A) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 15, June 1, 1929. 8 p.
   (B) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 16, Sept. 1, 1929. 8 p.
   (C) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 17, Dec. 1, 1929. 8 p.

6. (A) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 18, March 1, 1930. 8 p.
   (B) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 19, June, 1930. 11 p.
   (C) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 20, Sept., 1930. 10 p.
   (D) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 21, Dec., 1930. 10 p.
   (E) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 22, March, 1931. 10 p.
   (F) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 23, June, 1931. 11 p.

7. (A) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 24, Sept., 1931 10 p.
   (B) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 25, Dec., 1931. 10 p.
   (C) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 26, March, 1932. 10 p.
   (D) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 27, June, 1932. 10 p.
   (E) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 28, Sept., 1932. 10 p.
   (F) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 29, Dec., 1932. 10 p.
   (G) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 30, March, 1933. 10 p.
   (H) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 31, June, 1933. 10 p.
   (I) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 32, Sept., 1933. 10 p.
   (J) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 33, Dec., 1933.10 p.
   (K) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 34, March, 1934. 10 p.
   (L) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 35, June, 1934. 10 p.
   (M) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 36, Sept., 1934.10 p.
   (N) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. .37, Dec., 1934. 10 p.
   (O) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 38, March, 1935. 10 p.
   (P) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 39, June, 1935. 10 p.
   (Q) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 40, Sept., 1935. 10 p.
   (R) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 41, Dec., 1935. 10 p.
   (S) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 42, March, 1936. 10 p.
   (T) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 43, June, 1936. 10 p.
   (U) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 44, Sept., 1936. 10 p.
   (V) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 45, Dec. 1936. 10 p. 8.

8. (A) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 46, March, 1937. 14 p.
   (B) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 47, May, 1937. 10 p.
   (C) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 47, June, 1937, 3 p. (Supplement)
   (D) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 48, June, 1937. 10 p.
   (E) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 49, Sept., 1937. 12 p.
   (F) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 50, Dec., 1937. 10 p.
   (G) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 51, March, 1938.10 p
   (H) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 52, June, 1938. 10 p.
   (I) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 53, Sept., 1938. 10 p.
   (J) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 54, Dec., 1938. 14 p.
   (K) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 55, March, 1939. 10 p.
   (L) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 56, June, 1939. 10 p.
   (M) The Abraham Lincoln Association Bulletin. No. 57, Sept., 1939. 10 p.
   (N) The Abraham Lincoln Association. No. 58, Dec., 1939 10 p.

9. The Abraham Lincoln Association. Its Accomplishments and Its Future. Springfield, Illinois: 1929. 11 p.
10. The Abraham Lincoln Association. Its accomplishments and its plans. Springfield, Illinois: 1936. 10 p.
11. The Abraham Lincoln Association. Its accomplishments and its plans. Springfield, Illinois: 1939. n.p. (promotional leaflet)
12. Abraham Lincoln Book Shop. Abraham Lincoln Book Shop presents a catalog of books relating to Abraham Lincoln, The Civil War, Confederate States, Reconstruction, Slavery and the Negro. Catalogue No. 14, 70 p.
13. Abraham Lincoln: Farmer's Boy and President. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. New York: E. & J.B. Young and Company, n.d. 32 p.
14. "Abe Lincoln in Illinois" (play) October 3, 1938. Included: Clippings of reviews and interview of Raymond Massey, the actor who portrayed Lincoln. Also, an autographed message from Raymond Massey to M. L. Wilson.

Box 2
1.(A) Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol. 1, no. 1; March, 1940. Chicago: R.R. Donnelley and Sons Company, The Lakeside Press. 67 p.
   (B) The Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol. 1, no. 2; June, 1940.

2.(C) The Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol. 1, no. 3; Sept., 1940.
   (D) The Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol. 1, no. 4; Dec., 1940.

3. E) The Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol.1, no. 6; June 1941.
   (F) The Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol. 2, no. 2; June, 1942.

4.(G) The Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol. 2, no. 4; Dec., 1942.
   (H) The Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol. 2, no. 6; June, 1943.
   (I) The Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol. 2, no. 5; March, 1943.
   (J) The Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol. 2, no. 7; Sept., 1943.

6. (K) The Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol. 2, no. 8; Dec., 1943.
   (L) The Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol. 3, no. 1; March, 1944.

7.(M) The Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol. 3, no. 2; June, 1944.
   (N) The Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol. 3, no. 3; Sept., 1944.

8. (O) The Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol. 3, no. 4; Dec., 1944.
   (P) The Abraham Lincoln Association. The Abraham Lincoln Quarterly: vol. 4, no. 7; Sept., 1947.

Box 3
1. Abraham Lincoln's vow against the Catholic Church. April 30, 1909. 48 p.
2. Adams, Charles Francis. The memorial address of Charles Francis Adams, of Massachusetts, on the life, character, and services of William H. Seward. Delivered by invitation of the Legislature of the State of New York, in Albany, April 18, 1973. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1873. 47 p.
3. Adams, George E. Lincoln: Address delivered at Quincy, Illinois, Tuesday, October 13, 1908, before the State Historical Society of Illinois, and the Lincoln Douglas Semi-Centennial Society. Peterboro, New Hampshire: Transcript Printing Company, 1908. 12 p.
4. Allen, Lyman Whitney. The Lincoln Pew. n.p.
5. The Amateur Book Collector: vol. 1, no. 3; November, 1950. Chicago, Illinois, 1950. 8 p. "Why collect Lincolniana, by Gerald McMurtry."
6. American Bar Association Journal: vol. 22, no. 3; March, 1936. Chicago, Illinois: American Bar Association, 1936. 218 p.
7. The American Legion Monthly: vol. 6, no. 2; Feb., 1929. Indianapolis, Indiana: Legion Publishing Corporation, 1929. 80 p. "Murder most foul, by James Marquis.
8. The American Missionary Association. Lincoln Sunday: Feb. 11, 1923. n.p.
9. Americana Special list No. 8. Van Norman Book Company. Galesburg, Illinois. n.p. (Lincoln Bibliography)
10. The American Book Collector: vol. 7, no. 6; Feb., 1957. Chicago, Illinois: W.B. Thorsen, 1957. 32 p. "Lincoln conspiracy trial, by John W. Curran"
11. The American Mercury: vol. 1, no. 1; January, 1924. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1924. 127 p. "Lincoln legend, by Isaac R. Pennypacker."
12. The American Monthly Review of Reviews: vol. 23, no. 2; Feb., 1901. p. 156-166. "Abraham Lincoln in contemporary caricature."
13. The American Monthly Review of Reviews: vol. 23, no. 2; Feb., 1901. p. 191-196 "Washington and Lincoln-, by Lyman P. Powell." The American Monthly Review of Reviews: vol. 23, no. 2; Feb., 1901. p. 209 "Lincoln's duel with Douglas."
14. Anderson, Albert. A critical and biographical sketch of Lincoln. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Albert Anderson, 1910. 19 p.
15. Angle, Paul M., Thomas, Benjamin P., and Pratt, Harry E. Bulletins of the Abraham Lincoln Association, 1923-1937, no. 1-50. Springfield, Illinois: Abraham Lincoln Association, 1938. 27 P. Index included.
16. Angle, Paul M., Bunn, G.W., and Pratt, Harry E. Bulletins of the Abraham Lincoln Association 1938-1939, nos: 51-58
17. Angle, Paul M. Lincoln in the year 1858, being the day-by-day activities of Abraham Lincoln during that year. Springfield Illinois: The Lincoln Centennial Association, 1926. 56 p.
18. Angle, Paul M. Blurb for Lincoln 1854-1861, being the day-by-day activities of Abraham Lincoln from January 1, 1854, to March 4, 1861. Springfield, Illinois: The Abraham Lincoln Association.

Box 4
1. (A) Angle, Paul M. Lincoln in the year 1859, being the day-by-day activities of Abraham Lincoln during that year. Springfield, Illinois: The Lincoln Centennial Association, 1927. 56 p.
   (B) Angle, Paul M. Lincoln in the year 1860, and as president elect, being the day-by-day activities of Abraham Lincoln from January 1, 1860, to March 5, 1861. Springfield, Illinois: The Lincoln Centennial Asso6iation, 1927. 66 p.
2. Anniversary One hundredth anniversary of the first inauguration of Abraham Lincoln, 1861-1961, East front of the Capitol City of Washington. March 4, 1961. n.p.
3. Anonymous. Manuscripts - one followed by an M. L. Wilson note which doesn't relate.
4. Appleby, Paul H. "And to act for the secretary". Department of Agriculture, 1933-1940. 46 p.
5. Appleman, Roy Edgar. Abraham Lincoln from his own words and contemporary accounts. Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1942 (Revised 1956) 55 p.
6. Appleman, Roy Edgar. Abraham Lincoln from his own words and contemporary accounts. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1942 (revised 1946). 55 p.
7. Arnold, Isaac N. Abraham Lincoln: A paper read before the Royal Historical Society, London, June 16, 1881.Stephen A. Douglas: An eulogy delivered before the Chicago University July 3, 1861 by Hon. James W. Sheahan. Chicago: Fergus Printing Company, 1881. 212 p.
8. Arnold, Hon. Laurence F. Lincoln group observes important anniversary. Extension of remarks of Hon. Laurence F. Arnold of Illinois in the House of Representatives, Thursday, April 25, 1940. 2 p.
9. Arnold, Samuel Bland. Real Lincoln plot; Arnold, one conspirator tells the story. New York Suns, Dec. 7, 1902 - Dec. 20, 1904. Photo duplication of the series made in 1938.
10. Aft Digest Q: vol. 14, no. 20; New York, September 1, 1940. 34 p. (Mural showing Lincoln)
11. Ashley, J. M. Address of Hon. J. M. Ashley, at the Fourth Annual Banquet of the Ohio Republican League, held at Memorial Hall, Toledo, Ohio, February 12, 1891. New York: Evening Post Job Print, 1891. 23 p.
12. Assassination. The terrible tragedy at Washington. The assassination of President Lincoln. Last hours and death-bed scenes of the President. A full and graphic account, from reliable authority, of this great national calamity. Attempt of the conspirators to murder Secretary Seward, Vice-President Johnson, and the whole cabinet. A biographical sketch, with a correct likeness of all the parties in any way connected with the lamentable event. To which is added an authentic history of assassins and the distinguished personales of the world who have fallen by their hands. Philadelphia: Barclay and Company, n.d. 116 p.
13. Assassination. Assassination of President Lincoln, Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police. May 1, 1865. Photo statement of charge against John F. Parker. n.p.
14. Athenaeum Club. Commemorative proceedings of the Athenaeum Club, on the death of Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, April,. 1865. New York: C.S. Westcott and Company, 1865. 36 p.
15. The Atlantic Monthly: vol. 16, no. 95; Sept., 1865. Boston: Ticknor and Fields. 384 p.
16. The Atlantic Monthly: vol. ?, no. ?; 1865. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865. p. 757-764. "The place of Abraham Lincoln in history."
17. The Atlantic Monthly: vol. 16, no. 96; October, 1865. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865. 512 p. "Abraham Lincoln (verse)."
18. The Atlantic Monthly: vol. 16, no. 96; October, 1865. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865. p. 491-503. "Abraham Lincoln (verse)."
19. The Atlantic Monthly: vol. 37, no. ?; January, 1876. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1476. p. 21-28. "Lincoln's plans of reconstruction, by Allan B. Magruder.
20. The Atlantic Monthly: vol. 135, no. 2; February, 1925. Concord, New Hampshire: The Atlantic Monthly Company, 1925. 288 p. "A journalist sees Lincoln, by William O. Stoddard.
21. The Atlantic Monthly: vol. 135, no. 3; March, 1925. Concord, New Hampshire: The Atlantic Monthly Company, 1925. 432 p. "Face to face with Lincoln, by William O. Stoddard."
22. The Atlantic Monthly: vol. 143, no. 1; January, 1929. Concord, New Hampshire: The Atlantic Monthly Company, 1929 p. 1-14. "Lincoln the lover .... by Wilma Frances Minor.
23. The Atlantic Monthly: vol. 143, no. 1; January, 1929. Concord, New Hampshire: The Atlantic Monthly Company, 1929. p. 1-14. "Lincoln the lover ... by Wilma Frances Minor."
24. The Atlantic Monthly: No vol. or no.; January, 1930. Concord, New Hampshire, 1930. p. 55-65. "Lincoln's Washington, by Wm. A. Croffut."
25. Autographs, April, 1941. 6 p.
Ayres, George B. History of the negative: Original and best picture of Abraham Lincoln. Philadelphia: George B. Ayres. no date. 1 p.

Box 5
1. Bacon, G. W. (translator) Abraham Lincoln Geschetst in Zijn Leven En Daden. Amsterdam: Jan Leendertz, 1865. 89. p.
2. Ballard, Cintton V. All in a day's work. Privately published at East Lansing, Michigan, 1952. 70 p.
3. Barbee, David Rankin. The inside history of "Lamon's Life of Lincoln"-the biography of the worst hated and probably the truest and most accurate book ever. Written about the great war president from his birth to his presidency. Washington, D.C.: The Pioneer Press, 1932. (leaflet advertising the book)
4. Barler, 0. L. A study of Abraham Lincoln: The last and glorified decade of his eventful life. Beatrice, Nebraska: Paul Springer, 1903. 106 p.
5. Barton, Robert. Lincoln the grocer. Foxboro, Massachusetts: Brochure Publishing Company, 1937. 30 p.
6. Barton, Rev. William E. Abraham Lincoln: An address by the Rev. William E. Barton, D.D., LL. D. Minister of the First Church of Oak Park. Delivered in the First Congregational Church of Oak Park, Illinois on Sunday, Feb. 29, 1920, Oak Park, Illinois: Advance Publishing Company, 1920. n.p.
   Barton, William E. Abraham Lincoln and the American ideal. Casper, Wyoming: The Casper Daily Tribune, 1923. 15 p.
7. Barton, William E. Abraham Lincoln: Kentucky Mountaineer. An address delivered before the faculty and students of Berea College, Berea, Kentucky, Thursday, March 8, 1923. Berea, Kentucky: Berea College Press, 1923. n.p.
8. Barton, William E. A beautiful blunder: A true story of Lincoln's letter to Mrs. Lydia A. Bixby. -Edition limited to five hundred numbered copies. (leaflet advertising the book)
9. Barton, William E. The education of Abraham Lincoln. An address delivered before the faculty and students of Illinois College, Jacksonville, Illinois, February 7, 1923. Jacksonville, Illinois: Courier Press, 1923. 21 p.
10. Barton, William E. The influence of Chicago upon Abraham Lincoln - An address delivered before the Chicago Historical Society on February 10, 1922. Chicago, Illinois: The University of Chicago Press, January 1923. 54 p.
11. Barton, William E. Abraham Lincoln Booklets by Rev. William E. Barton,.D.D. List no. I of the brochure Publishing Company.
12. Barton, D.D., Rev. William E. John Brown and Abraham Lincoln; response to the John Brown Memorial Association in its presentation of a picture to Lake Placid Club, delivered by Rev. William E. Barton, D.D., at the Club on May 9, 1928. (reprinted from Lake Placid News, May 18, 1928) n.p.
   Barton, William E. Lincoln and Douglas in Charleston. An address by William E. Barton -delivered at the sixty-fourth anniversary celebration, Charleston, Illinois, September 18, 1922. Charleston, Illinois: The Charleston Daily Courier, 1922. 8 p.
13. Barton, D.D., LL.D., William E. Lincoln birthday service, the Grand Army Hall and Memorial Association of Illinois, Sunday, February, 1922 at 2:30 p.m. Copyright 1922. 90 p.
14. Barton, William E. The Lincolns in their old Kentucky home - An address delivered before the Filson Club, Louisville, Kentucky, December 4, 1922. Berea, Kentucky: Berea College Press, 1923. 24 p.
15. Barton, D.D., LL.D., William E. The man who married Lincoln's parents, An address by Rev. William E. Barton, D.D., LL.D. Delivered at the dedication of a monument at the grave of Rev. Jesse Head and Jane Ramsey Head, his wife, in Spring Hill Cemetery. Harrodsburg, Kentucky, Thursday, November 2, 1922
16. Barton, D.D., LL.D., William E. "Old theories upset", being the brief report of an address on Abraham Lincoln's lost grandmother. This address was delivered before a specially invited company of scholars and historians at the Chicago Historical Society. Reprinted from the Chicago Daily News, February 3, 1923. n.p.
Barton, William E. The parents of Abraham Lincoln, An address by William E. Barton delivered at the grave of Thomas Lincoln, Goose Nest Prairie, near Janesville, Illinois, September 18, 1922. Charleston, Illinois: The Charleston Daily Courier, 1922. 8 p.
17. Barton, William E. President Lincoln - 2 vols. boxed. Duttons, Inc., New York. (leaflet advertising new book)
18. Beard, Charles A.; Sherwood, Robert E.; Lewis, Lloyd,* Commager, Henry Steele; Lerner, Max; and Hill, Henry Bertram. The Lincoln of Carl Sandburg; some reviews of "Abraham Lincoln: The war years" which, for the authority of their judgements and the grace of their style, deserve at least the permanence of this pamphlet. New York: Harcourt, Brace, and Company, 1939. 48 p.
19. Beck, Mr.H.R. 10554, A bill to establish a national Lincoln museum and veteran' headquarters in the building known as Ford's Theater. 71st Congress, Second Session, March 6, 1930. 2 copies
20. Beckwith, Walter P. Abraham Lincoln - An historical address printed for the author, 1903. 30 p.
21. Bell, John T. Abraham Lincoln: An address before the Illinois Society of Oakland, California. n.d. n.p.
22. The Berea Quarterly: Vol. 12, no. 4; January, 1909. Berea, Kentucky: Berea College Printing Department, 1909. 30 p. "Lincoln a 'Mountain White"'
23. Beveridge, Albert J. Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1858. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1928. (blurb on the book contained in The Atlantic Bookshelf)
24. Beveridge, Sen. Albert J. and Barbee, David Rankin. An excursion in Southern history - briefly setforth in the correspondence between Senator A.J. Beveridge and David Rankin Barbee. (originally published in the Sunday Citizen in May, 1927) republished Richmond, Virginia: Langbourne M. Williams, March, 1928. 64 p.
25. (A) The Biblio: Vol. 2, no. 8, Whole No. 20; February 1923. Pompton Lakes, N.J.: The Biblio Company, Inc., 1923 p 6. 385-404. "Abraham Lincoln memorials ... April 15, 1865." (B) The Biblio: Vol. 2, no. 11, Whole No. 23; May, 1923. Pompton lakes, 'New Jersey: The Biblio Company, Inc., 1923.
26. The Bibliotheca Sacra: Vol. 1, no. 4; October, 1908. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1908. 784 p. Recollections of Lincoln, by J. 0. Cunningham."
27. Bicknell, Albion H. Published in connection with the exhibition of the historical painting of Lincoln at Gettysburg. Boston: Doll and Richards, 1879. 48 p.
28. Bingham, John A. Argument of John A. Bingham, special judge advocate, in reply to the arguments of the several counsel for Mary E. Surratt, David E. Herold, Lewis Payne, George A. Atzerodt, Michael O'Laughlin, Samuel A. Mudd, Edward Spangler, and Samuel Arnold, charged with conspiracy and the murder of Abraham Lincoln, late President of the United States. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1865. 122 p.
29. Binney, William. Proceedings of the city council of Providence on the death of Abraham Lincoln: with the oration delivered before the municipal authorities and citizens, June 1, 1865. Providence: Knowles, Anthony, and Company, 1865. 56 p.
30. Blacknall, 0. W. Lincoln: As the South should know him. Reprinted Raleigh, North Carolina: Manly's Battery Chapter, Children of the Confederacy, N.C., January, 1915. n.p.
31. Buss, R. K. Abraham Lincoln. WOI Radio Talk, February 10, 1967. n.p.
Bliss, R. K. Lincoln and self-government. Radio Talk, February 7, 1951. n.p.
32. Bloomington, Citizen of. Lincoln and Douglas in Bloomington - Being a reprint of Lincolniana in Burnham's History of Bloomington. Bloomington, Illinois: Privately published, February 15, 1936. 11 p.

Box 6
1. Blum, Dr. Herman. The enduring impact of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. Did an appalling disease make Lincoln great? The paradox of his rise to the presidency. Is there a sixth copy of the Gettysburg address? 1963. 43 p.
2. Blum, Dr. Herman. The Lincoln paradox - self-contradictory, yet explainable. An address by Hennan Blum before the New Century Club of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: Blumhaven Library and Gallery, May 18, 1960. 15 p.
3. Blumhaven Digest: Vol. 4, no. 1; October 1960. Philadelphia: Blumhaven Library and Gallery, 1960. 67 p., "Testimonial edition for the anniversary of Abraham Lincoln..."
4. Bowles, Clinton. Abraham Lincoln Sixteenth President of the United States. The story of the Great Liberator. New Delhi: Delhi Press, 1953. 23 p.
5. The Book Buyer: Vol. 15, no. 2; September, 1897. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1897. 184 p. "Lincoln in caricature, by R. R. Wilson."
6. Booker, Richard. Lincolniana and Associated Americana. February, 1941. Books on Lincoln now in print. List No. 167, Lincolnia Publishers.
7. Booth, Noah. Personal Reminiscences of Lincoln. Vol. 5, no. 4, February 1878. p. 561-681 (unknown which magazine it belongs in)
8. Bowers, John Hugh. Life of Abraham Lincoln. (Little Blue Book No. 324). Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, 1922. 62 p.; Bowers, John Hugh. Lincoln-Douglas Debate. (Little Blue Book No. 341). Girard, Kansas: Haldeman--Julius Company, 1923.
9. Bowker, Matthew. I refused to talk to President Lincoln. No publisher or date. n.p. 2 copies
10. Boyd, L. The sorrows of Nancy. Richmond, Virginia: L. Boyd, 1899. 95 p.
11. Boyle, Capt. John Richards "The Making of Abraham Lincoln." Privately printed by the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Commandery of the State of Pennsylvania. Memorial meeting, February 15, 1911. 12 p.
12. Bramantip, Bocardo. The Abraham Lincoln myth. An essay in "Higher Criticism." New York: The Mascot Publishing Co., 1894. 88 p.
13. Briggs, D.D., George W. Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln, with the proceedings of the city council on the death of the President. Salem, Massachusetts, 1865. 48 p.
14. Brooks, Noah. Lincoln by friend and foe. New York: Williams-Barker Co., 1922. 96 p.
15. Brooks, Rev. Phillips. The life and death of Abraham Lincoln a sermon preached at the church of the Holy Trinity, Philadelphia, Sunday morning, April 23, 1865. Philadelphia: Printed at the request of members of the congregation, 1865. 24 p.
16. Brown, Charles Reynolds. Lincoln: The greatest man of the nineteenth century. Washington, D.C.: Senior Citizens of America, 1964 (1922 by Macmillan Company). 64 p.
17. Brace, Hon. Wallace. The Lincoln Monument: in memory of Scottish-American soldiers, unveiled in Edinburgh August 21, 1893. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1893. 48 p.
18. Bryner, B.C. Abraham Lincoln in Peoria, Illinois. Peoria, Illinois: Lincoln Historical Publishing Co., 1924. 24 P. (3 copies)
19. Bryson, Lyman. Lincoln in power. Reprinted from Political Science Quarterly, Vol. 61, no. 2, June, 1946. New York: Academy of Political Science, 1946. p. 161-174
20. Buckingham, J. E., Sr. Reminiscences and souvenirs of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Washington: Rufus H. Darby, 1894. 89 p.
21. Bullock, Alex H. Abraham Lincoln: The just magistrate, the representative statesman, the practical philanthropist. An address by Alex 8. Bullock, before the city council and citizens of Worcester, June 1, 1865. Worcester: Charles Hamilton, 1865. 48 p.
22. Bungener, F. Lincoln: Sa Vie, Son Ceuvre et Sa Mort. Lausanne: Georges Bridel, 1865. 160 p.
23. Burton, John E. Abraham Lincoln: An oration. Lake Geneva, Wisconsin: John E. Burton, 1903. 23 p.; Burton, John E. A Green Leaf from the Lincoln oak.
24.
(A) Burton, John E. The fine library of John E. Burton of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Part 5, Civil War material to be sold Wednesday afternoon and evening and Thursday and Friday afternoons January 12, 13, and 14, 1916. The Anderson Galleries, Inc. 133 p.
(B) The fine library of John E. Burton of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Part 6 Lincolnia and Civil War material to be sold Monday afternoon and evening and Tuesday afternoon March 6 and 7, 1916. The Anderson Galleries, Inc. 82 p.
25. Burton, John E. A souvenir; presentation of the Lincoln bronze tablet. The Gettysburg Speech, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin on November 22, 1907. 3 p.
26. Butler, John George. The Martyr President: Our grief and our duty. Washington, D.C.: McGill and Witherow, 1865. 14 p.

Box 7
1. California attorneys committee for payroll guarantee amendment. The first step to prevent post-war depression. San Francisco, California: Chase and Rae, 1942. 16 p.
2. Canifius, Dr. Theodor Abraham Lincoln. Stuttgart: Ubenheim 'Fche Berlagsbuch Handlung, 1878. 340 p.
3. Carlton, Mabel Mason. Abraham Lincoln: Savior of his country. Boston: John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company. n.d. n. p.; Carman, Dr. L.D. Abraham Lincoln Freemason; an address before Harmony Lodge No. 17, F.A.A.M., Washington, D.C., January 28, 1914 with an appendix containing the actions taken by the Masonic Grand Lodges of the United States on Lincoln's death. Printed for private distribution, 1914. 26 p.
4. Carman, Dr. L. D. The other White House, an illustration of the unreliability of history concerning Abraham Lincoln. January, 1926. n. p.
5. Carman, Dr. L. D. Some account of John Summerfield Staples the representative recruit of Abraham Lincoln in the Civil War. 100 copies privately printed, 1927. 16 p.
6. Carr, Julian S. The Hampton Roads Conference; a refutation of the statement that Mr. Lincoln said if Union was written at the top the southern commissioners might fill in the balance. January 15, 1917. No publisher. n.p. (2 copies)
7. Carter, Orrin N. Lincoln and Douglas as lawyers: An address given before the Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Chicago, Illinois. Reprinted from the proceedings of the Mississippi Valley Historical Association, for the year 1910-1911. 28 p.
8. The Catholic University of America. Speech and Drama department presents " Storm" by Edith Mirick. University theatre, December 11-15, 1940. Playbill. n.p.
9. The Centenary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln 1809-1909, program of exercises in commemoration of that event. Washington, D.C.: Osborn H. Oldroyd, 1908. 20 p.
10. Century: Vol. 23, no. 2; December 1881. "The Lincoln life-mask and how it was made." p. 223-228.; Century: Vol. 24; October 1882. "How Lincoln was Nominated." p. 853-859. Included: two portraits of Lincoln, by Marlus L. Ward. p. 851
11. Century: Vol. 25, no.4; February, 1883. "A reception by President Lincoln." p. 612-614 140.
(A) Century: Vol. 30; no date. "Lincoln and Grant." p. 939-947
(B) Century: Vol. 30; no date. "Reminiscences of General Grant." p. 947-954.
12. Century: Vol. 32, no. 6; October 1886. "The Biographies of Lincoln." p. 861-869
13. Century: Vol. 32, no. 6, October, 1886. "The biographers of Lincoln." p. 861-869.
14. Century; Vol. 33, no. 1; November, 1886. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 3-37 2 copies
15. Century: Vol. 33, no. 1; November, 1886. "Hooker's appointment and removal." p. 106- 111.; Century: Vol. 33, no. 1; November, 1886. "The hand of Lincoln." A history." p. 248.
16. Century: Vol. 33, no. 1; November, 1886. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 200-278
17. Century: Vol. 33, no. 1; November, 1886. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 250-278 copy 2; Century: Vol. 33, no. 1; November, 1886. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 336-396
18. Century: Vol. 33, no. 2; December, 1886. "Lincoln in the South." p. 494
(A) Century: Vol. 33, no. 3; January, 1887. "The third day at Gettysburg. p. 451-463
(B) Century: Vol. 33, no. 3; January, 1887. "Pickett's Charge." p. 464-471
19. Century: Vol. 34; no date. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 82-110; Century: Vol. 34; no date. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 203-219
20. Century: Vol. 34; no date. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 369-396; Century: Vol. 34; no date. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 509-534
21. Century: Vol. 33; no date. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 515-536
22.
(A) Century: Vol. 33, no. 4; February, 1887. "Lee's invasion of Pennsylvania." p. 622-636
(B) Century: Vol. 33, no. 4: February, 1887. "The bailing of Jefferson Davis." p. 685-706
23. Century: Vol. 33, no. 5; March, 1887. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 685-706; Century: Vol. 33, no. 5; March, 1887. "Lincoln's ancestors in Virginia: Open letters signed by John T. Harris, Jr., and A. Lincoln." p. 810-811. 2 copies
24. Century: Vol. 33, no date. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 857-884
25. Century: Vol. 33, no. 6; April, 1887. "Chickamauga - The Great Battle of the West." p. 937-962.; Century: Vol. 33, no. 6; April, 1887. "Lincoln and Lowell." p. 965-967
26. Century: Vol. 34; no date. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 658-684
27. Century: Vol. 35; November; 1887. "Saint Gaudens' Lincoln." p. 37-39; Century: Vol. 35, November; 1887. "Grant's last campaign." p. 127-152; Century: Vol. 33; November, 1887."Recollections of Secretary Stanton." p. 758-768

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1.
(A) Century: Vol. 33; November, 1887. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." n.p.
(B) Century: Vol. 33; December, 1886. "Lincoln in Congress." p. 515-542
(C) Century: Vol. 33; January, 1887. "Lincoln in Springfield." n.p.
(D) Century: Vol. 33; March 1887. "The movement for slavery extension ." p. 685-706 Duplicate
(E) Century: Vol. 33; March, 1887. "The territorial experiment." p. 857-884
(F) Century: Vol. 34: October, 1887. "The Secession movement." p. 819-850
2.
(G) Century: Vol. 35; November, 1887. "The president-elect at Springfield." p. 34-87.
(H) Century: Vol 35; December, 1887. "Lincoln's inauguration." p. 265-284
(I) Century: Vol. 35; January, 1888. "The formation of the cabinet." p. 419-436
(J) Century: Vol 35; February, 1888. "Premier or president." p. 599-616
(K) Century: Vol. 35; March, 1888. "The call to arms." p. 707-723
(L) Century: Vol. 35; April, 1888. "The national uprising." p. 898-922
3.
(M) Century: Vol. 36; June, 1888. "The Advance." p. 2&1-305
(N) Century: Vol. 36; July, 1888. "Lincoln and McClellan." p. 393-416
(O) Century Vol. 36; August, 1888. "Tennessee and Kentucky." p. 562-583
(P) Century: Vol. 36; September, 1888. "The Mississippi and Shiloh." p. 658-678.
(Q) Century: Vol. 36; October, 1888. "Plans of campaign." p. 912-933
(R) Century: Vol. 36; November, 1888. "Jackson's valley campaign, and the seven days' battles." p. 130-148
(S) Century: Vol. 37; December, 1888. "First plans for emancipation." p. 276-294
4.
(T) Century: Vol. 37; January, 1889. "The announcement of emancipation." p. 427-447
(U) Century: Vol. 37; February, 1889. "Seward and Chase." p. 546-565
(V) Century: Vol. 39; January, 1890. "The fall of the Rebel Capital -Lincoln in Richmond." p. 305-313
(W) Century: Vol. 39; January, 1890. "The fourteenth of April fate of the assassins - the mourning pageant." p. 428-443 Added: Doherty, Edward P. Pursuit and death of John Wilkes Booth. p. 443-449
5. Century: Vol. 35; December, 1887. p. 320-324. "Memoranda on the Civil War." Continued in the months below: Vol. 35; January, 1888. p. 478-481; Vol. 35; April, 1888. p. 958-963; Vol. 36; August, 1888. p. 599-601; Vol. 36; November, 1888. p. 149-151
6. Century: Vol. 35; February, 1888. "The grand strategy of the war of the rebellion." p. 582-598
7. Century: Vol. 36, no. 1; May, 1888. "Abraham Lincoln: The Border States." p. 56-77
8. Century: Vol. 36; October, 1888. "Obituary notice: Philip H. Sheridan."; Century: Vol. 37; March, 1889. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 689-704; Century: Vol. 37; April, 1889. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 917-932
9. Century: Vol. 37; May, 1889. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 123-148
10. Century: Vol. 38; June, 1889. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 278-300
11. Century: Vol. 38; June, 1889. "Buchanan, Lincoln, and Duff Green." p. 317-318
12. Century: Vol. 38; July, 1889. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 406-426
13. Century: Vol. 38; August, 1889. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 546-568
14. Century: Vol. 38; September, 1889. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 687-707
15. Century: Vol. 38; October, 1889. "Abraham Lincoln: A history." p. 838-56; Century: Vol. 38; October, 1889. "A view of the Confederacy from the inside." p. 950-954
16. Century: Vol. 19; November, 1889. "Abraham Lincoln: A history - the second inaugural - Five Forks - Appomattox. p. 132-151
17. Century: Vol. 51, no. 3; June, 1890. "Memoranda on the life of Lincoln." p. 305-311
18. Century: Vol. 51, no. 4; July, 1890. "The inside facts of Lincoln's nomination." p. 477-479; Century: Vol. 51, no. 6; October, 1890. "McClellan's candidacy with the army. " p. 959
19; Century: Vol. 51, no. 1; November, 1890. "Lincoln and his son 'Tad"' p. 2; Century: Vol. 51, no. 1; November, 1890. "Life in the White House in the time of Lincoln." p. 33-37; Century: Vol. 51, no. 1; November, 1890. "A letter from Abraham Lincoln when in Congress." p. 156-157; Century: Vol. 51, no. 2; November, 1890. "A letter from Lincoln when in Congress." p. 156-157
20. Century: Vol. 52, no. 3; July, 1891. "Greeley's estimate of Lincoln." p. 371-382 2 copies
21. Century: Vol. 52, no. 5; September, 1891. "Greeley's estimate of Lincoln." p. 798
22. Century: Vol. 42, no. 6; October 18, 1891. "Lincoln's personal appearance." p. 932-938 2 copies
23. Century: Vol. 43; March, 1892. "The Illinois of Lincoln's Time." P. 796-797
24. Century: Vol. 44; September, 1892. "The crisis of the Civil War." p. 794-797
25. Century: Vol. 45; February, 1893. "Abraham Lincoln's last hours." p. 634-636
26. Century: Vol. 46; May, 1893. "Lincoln on the spoils system." p. 149
27.
(A) Century: Vol. 47; February, 1894. "Lincoln's place in history." p. 590-596
(B) Century: Vol. 47; February, 1894. "Lincoln's Gettysburg Address." p. 596-608
28. Century: Vol. 47; no date. "Lincoln's place in history." p. 590- 596 copy 2
29. Century: Vol. 42, no. 6; April, 1894. "Lincoln's literary experiments." p. 823-832
30. Century: Vol. 49, no. 1; November, 1894. "Washington in Lincoln's Time." p. 140-149 2 copies
31. Century: Vol. 49, no. 3; January, 1895. "Glimpses of Lincoln in war time." p. 457-597
32. Century: Vol. 49, no. 4; February, 1895. "Lincoln, Chase, and Grant." p. 607-619
33. Century. Vol. 11 no. 1; May, 1895. "Judge Taney and the Dred Scott Decision." p. 157-158
Century: Vol. 6, no. 3; July, 1895. "The works of Lincoln as a political classic." p. 476
34. Century: Vol. 51; April, 1896. "Four Lincoln conspiracies." p. 889-9ll
35.
(A) Century: Vol. ?; February, 1907. "Why Lincoln was not renominated by acclamation." p. 503-506
(B) Century: Vol. ?; February, 1907. "A Lincoln souvenir in the South." p. 506-508.

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1. Century: Vol. 75, no. ?; November, 1907. "Lincoln's offer of a command to Garibaldi." p. 63-74
2. Century: Vol. 86, no. 6; April, 1908. "Personal recollections of Abraham Lincoln." p. 373-877
3. Century: Vol. 76; June, 1908. "Lincoln's Vote for vice-president." p. 186-189
4. Century: Vol. 77, no. 1; November, 1908. "The Lincoln-Douglas debates, fifty years after." p. 3-19
5. Century: Vol. 77, no. 4; February, 1909. Lincoln Centennial Number. (A) "Lincoln the leader." (fine illustrations including rare portrait) p. 479-507 (B) "Nancy Hanks" P. 507 (C) "Abraham Lincoln reading law..." (drawing) P. 555 (D) "Lincoln at the helm as described at the time by John Hay." p. 507 (E) (Drawing) Drawn from the cast of Lincoln's right hand (made by Leonard W. Volk in 1860.) (F) A. Lincoln correspondence (22 letters published for the first time)
6.
(A) Century: Vol. 77; April, 1909. "Lincoln's assassination told by an eye-witness." p. 917-918
(B) Century: Vol. 77; April, 1909. "Edwin Booth and Lincoln with an unpublished letter by Edwin Lincoln." p. 919-920
(C) Century: Vol. 77; April, 1909. "Lincoln and Wilkes Booth as seen on the day of the assassination." p. 950-953
(D) Century: Vol. 77; April, 1909. "Lincoln's interest in the theater." p. 943-950
7. Century: Vol. 79; November, 1909. "Lincoln at Gettysburg." p. 20-23
Century: Vol. 85; February, 1913. "Lincoln Pledge." p. 554
(A) Century: Vol. 85; February, 1913. "Lincoln as a boy knew him." p. 555-559
(B) Century: Vol. 85; February, 1913. "A new story of Lincoln's assassination." p. 559-562
8. Century: Vol. no. ?; February, 1914. "Abraham Lincoln's social ideas." p. 588-592
9. Century: Vol. no. ?; February, 1918. "Where Lincoln lived." p. 501-512
10.
(A) Century: no vol; April, 1927. "Lincoln or Lee." p. 661-668
(B) Century: no vol; April, 1927. "Lincoln's last struggle and the end of his long and toilsome course." p. 46-47
11. Charrney, Theodore S. Lincoln pamphlets. Chicago, Illinois.
The Chicago Copperhead Convention. The treasonable and revolutionary utterances of the men who composed it. Extracts from all the notable speeches delivered in and out of the National "Democratic" Convention. A surrender to the Rebels advocated -A disgraceful and pusillanimous peace demanded - the federal government shamefully vullified, and not a word said against the crime of treason and rebellion. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Union Committee, 1864. 16 p.
12. Chicago Historical Society. Lincoln. Reprinted by permission of the Detroit News, for the Chicago Historical Society, February 12, 1911. n.p.
13. The Chicago Public Library. List of books and magazine articles on Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, born February 12, 1809, died April 15, 1865. Special Bulletin No. 7. Chicago: Chicago Public Library, January, 1909. 43 p. 2 copies
14. Chiniqui, Von Pater. Die enwrdung des prasidenten Abraham Lincoln eine that der sefuiten. Barman: Druet und Berlag Von D. B. Wiemann. 32 p.
15. Chiperfield, Hon. Burnett M. Abraham Lincoln address delivered in the House of Representatives on February 12, 1932, in commemoration of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1932. n.p. (72nd Congress, IST Session; House Document No. 255)
16. Choate, Joseph H. The career and character of Abraham Lincoln - An address delivered by Joseph H. Choate, Ambassador to Great Britain, at the Philosophical Institution of Edinburgh, November 13, 1900. Chicago, Illinois: General Passenger Department Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway. 30 p.
17. Christian Herald: Vol. 52, no. 6; February 9, 1929. New York: Christian Herald Association, Inc., 1929
18. Christian, Hon. George L. Abraham Lincoln - An address delivered before R. E. Lee camp no. 1. Confederate veterans at Richmond, Virginia, October 29, 1909. 2 edition Richmond, Virginia: L. H. Jenkins, 1909. 31 p.
19. Church of the Presidents. A commemoration of Lincoln's worship at St. John's Church on February 24, 1861. unpaged
20. Cimco News: February 1955. Springfield, Illinois. unpaged
21. Clark, Mr. (of Wyoming) Abraham Lincoln - first and second inaugural addresses; message, July 5, 1861; Proclamation, January 1, 1863; Gettysburg Address, November 19, 1863. 62nd Congress, 2nd Session; Document No. 439. Washington, 1912. 40 p.
22. Clark, Arthur H. Company. Publications List. Cleveland, Ohio. 14 Clark, Arthur H. Company. Abraham Lincoln listing (S-9054), Part 2 n.p.
23. Clark, Daniel. Eulogy on the life and character of Abraham Lincoln, before the city government of Manchester, New Hampshire, June 1, 1865. Manchester, New Hampshire: Mirror Steam Job Printing Establishment, 1865.
24. Clark D.D., Rev. John Brittan. Abraham Lincoln - God's great American prophet. Washington, D.C.: First Presbyterian Church. n.p.
25. Coleman, William M. The evidence that Abraham Lincoln was not born in lawful wedlock, or the sad story of Nancy Hanks. 18 p. No publisher listed.
26. The Collector: A magazine for autograph and historical collectors. Vol. 62, no. 12, whole no. 691; December, 1949. P.,258-280. "Abe and little Alec ."
27. Collier's: Vol. 42, no. 21; February 13, 1909. "Abraham Lincoln, an address by the President of the U.S... (Theodore Roosevelt-Feb. 2, 1909."
28. Collier's: Vol. ?; February 11, 1928. "Lincoln writes home." p. 8-9, by Carl Sandburg.; Collier's : Vol. ?; February 14, 1931. "In Mr. Lincoln's town." p. 7-10, 33-34 (By Ida M. Tarbell)
29. Collier's: Vol. 115, no. 7; February 17, 1945. "The answer, by Zachary Gold."
30. Collier's: Vol. 121, no. 7; February 14, 1948. "Lincoln's beard." (By Ann Cutler)
31. Collis, Gen. Charles H. T. and Ingersoll, Col. Robert G. The religion of Abraham Lincoln-correspondence between General Charles H.T. Collis and Colonel Robert G. Ingersoll. New York: G. W. Dillingham Company, 1900. 24 p.
32. Congressional Record: Vol. 43, no. 50. 60th Congress, 2nd Session, February 12, 1909. p. 2307-2356.
33. Coolidge, Pres. Calvin. Address of President Coolidge dedicating the Lincoln Memorial Library at the South Dakota State College. Brookings, South Dakota; September 10, 1927. 7 p.
34. Cooper Institute. An authentic account of Hon. Abraham Lincoln being invited to give an address in Cooper Institute, New York on February 27, 1860. Together with Mr. Bryant's introduction and Mr. Lincoln's speech. Privately printed in Putnam, Connecticut, 193.5. unpaged
35. Cooper, Col. 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. Washington, 1927. 15 p.
36. The Co-operative Merchandiser: Vol. 11, no. 2; February, 1946. Chicago: The National Retailer-owned Grocers, Inc., 1946.
37. Cosmopolitan: Vol. ?; December, 1894. "Abraham Lincoln in his relations to women." p. 205-210.
38. Country Gentleman: Vol. ?, no. ?; October 19, 1918. "Fanning in Lincoln's country." p. 2
39. Crawford, K. J. Abraham Lincoln and his era. Catalogue No. 28, Part 1. 58 p.
40. Crissey, Elwell. Blurb for Lincoln's lost speech. unpaged
41. Crocker, Samuel L., Jr. Eulogy upon the character and services of Abraham Lincoln, late President of the United States. Delivered by invitation of the authorities of the city of Taunton, on the occasion of the national fast, June 1, 1865. Boston: John Wilson and Sons, 1865. 28 p.
42. Croffut, William A. "Now I recollect - souvenirs of the sanctum" - Lincoln as I saw him." Washington, D.C.: The Colonial Press, 1943. 11 p.
43. Crozier, Hiram P. The Nation's loss - A discourse upon the life, services, and death of Abraham Lincoln, late President of the United States. New York: John A. Gray and Green, 1866.
44. Currey, J. Seymour. Abraham Lincoln's visit to Evanston in 1860. Evanston: City National Bank, 1914. 16 p.
45. Currie, Sir Arthur W. Abraham Lincoln - An address before the League for Political Education, New York, February 12, 1926. Montreal: McGill University, 1928. 10 p.
46. Curtis, B. R. Executive power. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1862. 34 p.
47. Cushman, Esther Cowles. The McLellan Lincoln collection at Brown University. Providence: University Library, 1928. 21 p. 2 copies

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1. D. C. Federation of Women's Club. American Legion poem contest, 1933.
2. Daily Morning Chronicle: Vol. 3, no. 146; April 22, 1865. (Lincoln's funeral issue,)
3. Daily Press and Tribune: Vol. 12, no. 85; October 9, 1858. (facsimile of newspaper) (Lincoln-Douglas debate at Galesburg.)
4. Damon, Rev. Samuel Chenery. Damon's Lincoln sermon. - A discourse preached by Rev. Samuel Chenery Damon in Honolulu, Hawaii, May 14, 1865.
5. Darneille, Frank. History of the Lincoln homestead. Springfield, Illinois: Frank Darneille, no date. 15 p.; Daughters of the American Revolution. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, November 19, 1863. (National Defense through Patriotic Education Committee)
6. The Dearborn Independent: 25th Year, No. 16; February 7, 1925. Dearborn, Michigan.
7. The Dearborn Independent: February 6, 1926. "The truth about the Bixby letter." p. 22-25
8. The Defender: Doc. No. 1; August, 1916. New York: The American Protective Tariff League. 31 p.
9. 275. Delahay, M. W. 'Abraham Lincoln. New York: Daniel H. Newhall, 1939.
10. Deming, Henry Champion. Eulogy of Abraham Lincoln, by Henry Champion Deming, before the General Assembly of Connecticut, at Allyn Hall, Hartford, Thursday, June 8, 1865. Hartford: A.N. Clark and Company, 1865. 58 p.
11. Democratic Publications of the Central Campaign Committee.
(A) Campaign Document No. 2 - Speech of Judge George F. Comstock.
(B) Campaign Document No. 41-2 - West Point oration.
(C) Campaign Document No. 7 - Hon. George Ticknor Curtis.
(D) Campaign Document No. 8 - Speech of Hon. Edgar Cowan.
(E) Campaign Document No. 9 - Speech of Hon. Robert C. Winthrop.
(F) Campaign Document No. 10 - Address of Hon. George Ticknor Curtis.
(G) Campaign Document No. 14 - Corruptions and frauds of Lincoln's administration.
(H) Campaign Document No. 15 - The Harrisons Bar letter of General McClellan.
12. 278. Democratic Tract - Campaign 1860. Lincoln's Abolitionism - A searching analysis. "Honest Old Abe" and Negro Equality - A chronic hatred of slavery - The men that nominated Lincoln - Lincoln "Cleaner" on the nigger than Seward - What the Black Republicans indorse. 8 p
13. Dodge, Major Gen. Grenville M. Commandery of the State of Pennsylvania, February 12, 1908. Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States March 4, 1861, to April 15, 1865. Born February 12, 1809, in Hardin (Larue) Co., Kentucky. Assassinated April 14, 1865; died April 15, 1865, at Washington, D.C., enrolled by special resolution April 16, 1865. "My personal recollections of President Abraham Lincoln" 1908.
14. Dondero, Hon. George A. "Congressman Abraham Lincoln" - Extension of remarks of Hon. George A. Dondero of Michigan in the House of Representatives; Tuesday, February 19, 1946. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1946. 8 p.; Dondero, Hon. George A. Rendezvous at Oak Ridge - Even in death they would not let Abraham Lincoln rest. Article by King V. Hostick. - Extension of remarks of Hon. George A. Dondero of Michigan in the House of Representatives, Tuesday 18, 1941. Washington: United State Government Printing Office, 1941. 4 p.
15. Dondero, Hon. George A. Lincoln - lover of children. - Address of Hon. George A. Dondero of Michigan in the House of Representatives, February 12, 1934. Washington: United States Printing Office, 1939. 7 p. (2 copies)
16. Draper, Andrew S. Addresses and papers. Albany, New York: New York State Education Department, 1909-1910. 192 p.
17. Draper, Andrew S. Lincoln. Albany: New York State Education Department, 1909. 37 p.
18. Drinkwater, John. Abraham Lincoln translated into Chinese. Commercial Press, Limited. Pages in Chinese.
19. Eagle Library, No. 145: Vol. 24, no. 4; March, 1909. New York: Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1909. 35 p. "Lincoln Centenary, Feb. 12, 1909."
20. Eaves, Catherine. How I twice eloped: the only novelette ever sketched by Abraham Lincoln. Chicago, Illinois: Oak Printing and Publishing Company, 1901. 88 p.
21. Elizabethtown Woman's Club. Sarah Bush Lincoln: the beloved foster mother of Abraham Lincoln. Elizabethtown, Kentucky: Elizabethtown Woman's Club, 1922. unpaged
22. Emerson, Ralph. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Emerson's personal recollections of Abraham Lincoln. Rockford, Illinois, 1909. 18 p.
23. Em Guarda Para A Depensa das Americas: Vol. 4, no. 1; April, 1941.
24. Enos, Z.A. The early surveyors and surveying in Illinois. Springfield, Illinois: Springfield Printing Company, 1891.
25. Everett, Charles Carroll. Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln, late president of the United States, delivered before the citizens of Bangor, on the day of the national fast, June 1, 1865. Bangor: Samuel S. Smith, 1865. 30 p.
26. Everett, Edward. An oration delivered on the battlefield of Gettysburg, (November 19, 1863) at the Consecration of the Cemetery. Prepared for the interment of the remains of those who fell in the battles of July 1-3, 1863. New York: Baker & Godwin, 1863. 48 p.
27. Fairfield, Louis W. Abraham Lincoln. Speech of Hon. Louis W. Fairfield of Indiana delivered before the Lion Club, Brooklyn, N.Y.; February 12, 1921. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1922. 19 p. 2 copies
28. Fawcett, James Waldo. Walt Whitman: a sketch biography. Read at a banquet given by the Association of South Jersey Stamp Clubs. Walt Whitman Hotel, Camden, N.J., February 20, 1940. Privately printed.
29. Fess, S. D. Abraham Lincoln. Speech of Hon. S. D. Fess, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, Thursday, February 12, 1914. 63D Congress 2D Session. Doc. No. 823.
30. The Filson Club History Quarterly: Vol. 11, no. 3. July, 1937. Louisville, Kentucky: The Filson Club, 1937. 240 p. "Lincoln Pilgrimage."
31. The Filson Club History Quarterly: Vol. 20, no. 3. July, 1946. 269 p. "The women in Lincoln"s life, by Louis A. Warren."

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1. Fish, Daniel. Legal phases of the Lincoln and Douglas Debates. Annual address before the State Bar Association of Minnesota at Minneapolis, July 14, 1909. Reprinted from the Proceedings, 1909. 15 p. Included: Presentation note.
2. Fisher, Dr. Hannah M. Lincoln: the world's noblest hero. An address delivered by Hannah M. Fisher, M.D. at the commencement of Lincoln Memorial University, June 3, 1930, Harrogate, Tennessee. 8 p.
3. 302. Fitzgerrell, J. J. and Austin, B. F. Lincoln was a spiritualist; the religion of Abraham Lincoln. Los Angeles, California: The Austin Publishing Company, 1924. 79 p.
4. The Flying Quill: November-December, 1950. 4 p. (Some Civil War bibliography)
5. Fulwider, L. A. Sixty~fourth anniversary of the Lincoln-Douglas debate. Freeport, Illinois, August 26, 1922. 48 p.
6. Gay, H. Nelson. Abramo Lincoln: Uberatore unificatore (1809-1865). Firenze: R. Bemporad & Figlio. 142 p.
7. George, David Lloyd. Abraham Lincoln - An address before the Midday Luncheon Club, Leland Hotel, Springfield, Illinois, Thursday, October 18, 1923. Privately printed at Cleveland for Stephen Wallis Tener, April, 1924. 13 p.
8. Gernon, Blaine Brooks. The Lincolns in Chicago. Chicago: Ancarthe Publishers, 1934. 64 p
9. Blurb for: Gernon, Blaine Brooks. Lincoln in the political circus. Chicago: The Black Cat Press, 1936.
10. Gernon, Blaine Brooks. Songs of Lincoln and other poems. Chicago: Ancarthe Publishers, 1934. 40 p. Included: Presentation note from author to M. L. Wilson.
11. German Turners, St. Louis District. Observance of the 20th Anniversary of the death of Abraham Lincoln. Wednesday, April 15, 1885. unpaged
12. Gettysburg - Lincoln's Address and our educational institutions. York, Pennsylvania: The Board of Education of the General Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. 31 p.
13. Gettysberg - National Military Park, Pennsylvania. United States Department of the Interior. (Blurb)
14. Gilbert, C. E. Two presidents: Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis; origin, cause and conduct of the war between the states. 1927 82 p.
15. Gilbert, J. Warren. The Blue and Gray: A history of the conflicts during Lee's invasion and Battle of Gettysburg. c1922, by Prof. J. Warren Gilbert. 166 p.
16. Goldsmith, M. A. Abraham Lincoln, his life; a true story of one of the world's best men. Cleveland, Ohio: The Goldsmith Publishing Company, 1918. 122 p.
17. Goltz, Carlos W. Incidents in the life of Mary Todd Lincoln containing an unpublished letter. Sioux City, Iowa: Deitch and Lamar Company, 1928. 58 p.
18. Gomez, Ermild Abreu. Abraham Lincoln, Union Panamericana. Washington, D.C.: UNESCO, 1951. unpaged
19. Grover, Leonard. Lincoln's interest in the theater. No. 24 out of 25 numbered copies. Privately printed. unpaged
20. Gunn, John W. The humor and wisdom of Abraham Lincoln. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman Julius Company.
21. Hall, Rev. Newman. A sermon on the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Preached at Surren Chapel, London, Sunday, May 14, 1865. Boston: Bartlett and Halliday, 1865. 16 p.
22. Hanaford, Mrs. P. A. Our martyred president. Boston: B.B. Russell and Company, 1865. 22 p.
23. Happel, Ralph. Appomattox Court House, national historical monument. Reprinted 1947 by the United States Department of the Interior. 15 p.
24. Harding, Warren G. President Harding's address at the Dedication of the Lincoln Monument. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1922. 8 p.
25. Harper's Monthly Magazine: Vol. ?; no date. "The wife of Abraham Lincoln." p. 489-498
26. Harper's New Monthly Magazine: Vol. ?; June, 1884. p. 62-66
27. Harper's Monthly Magazine: Vol. 70, no. 419; April, 1885. Picture of Abraham Lincoln. unpaged
28. Harper's New Monthly Magazine: Vol. 82, no. 489; February, 1891. "The faith of President Lincoln." p. 385-391
29. Hart, Col. F. W. Abraham Lincoln, the great commoner, the sublime emancipator. 1926. 8 p.
30. Hartman Auction Company, Inc.
(A) Auction No. 139 - Rare Americana including many rare and interesting items, the second alphabet containing a fine collection of Lincolniana. The whole selected from various consignments and offered to the discriminating librarian and collector. Thursday, June 22, 1922. 52 p.
(B) Auction No. 156 - Rare Americana, including some unusual and unrecorded items.
31. Haworth, Ira. Reminiscences about Abraham Lincoln - also an address delivered before the Washingtonian Temperance Society; at the Second Presbyterian Church, Springfield, Illinois, February 22, 1842, by Abraham Lincoln. Kansas City, Kansas: Kansas City Sun, no date. 31 p.

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1. Hay, John. "Life in the White House in the time of Lincoln." Century: Vol. 41, no. ?; November, 1890. p. 33-37
2. Hearst's Magazine: Vol. ?; 1914. "With Lincoln at Gettysburg." p. 162-169
3. Henkels, Stan V. and Sons. The papers of Gov. Richard Howell, of N.J., Col. John Ladd Howell, of the Revolution, Col. Joshua L. Howell, of the War of 1812, etc. Philadelphia: May 19, 1925. 54 p. (Thirty important letters and endorsements of Abraham Lincoln.)
4. Herndon, William H. Brief Analysis of Lincoln's character - a letter to J.E. Remsburg, Oak Mills, Kansas from William H. Herndon, Springfield, Illinois. September 10, 1887. Privately Printed, 1917. unpaged; Herndon, William H. A card and a correction - A broadside on Lincoln's religion, November 9, 1882. Privately Printed, 1917. unpaged
5. Herndon, William H. Letter to Mr. John W. Keys, April 14, 1886. Note from L.C. Vanoxem to William H. Lambert. Dated March 25, 1898.; Herndon, William H. Lincoln and Douglas - The Peoria debates and Lincoln's power. A broadside published 1866 by William H. Herndon. unpaged
6. Herriott, F. I. Iowa and the first nomination of Abraham Lincoln. February 17, 1860. 80 p. Reprinted from The Annals of Iowa.
7. Hersey, Hon. Ira G. Lincoln - the man of cannon sense. Address of Hon. Ira G. Hersey of Maine before the House of Representatives, Tuesday, February 12, 1924. Washington: Govt. Printing Office, 1924. 14 p.
8. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln and Hillel's Golden Rule. Delivered under the auspices of the United Synagogue over WEAF - February 6, 1929.
9. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln; as to his kindness and mercy - let women testify. Delivered before the Women's National Republican Club, February 11, 1929. 17 p.
10. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln at the climax of the great Lincoln-Douglas joint debate in Galesburg, Illinois. Delivered at Galesburg, Illinois on the 6th day of October, 1928, on the 70th anniversary of the Lincoln Douglas debate, from a platform erected on the spot where the original debate was held - upon the campus of Knox College. 14 p.
11. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln's birthday in 1864. Printed in the Congressional Record of February 13, 1939. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1939. 7 p. 2 copies
12. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln - the seer. (reprinted from the Gaelic American, Feb. 14) unpaged 2 copies
13. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln, der seher. no date. 4 p. 2 copies
14. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln, extension of remarks of Hon. Louis T. McFadden of Pennsylvania in the House of Representatives, Monday, February 11, 1929. An address by Emanuel Hertz on Abraham Lincoln. Congressional Record. p. 3403-3406
15. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln's legislative career. Delivered over WRNY on February 12th, 1929. 15 p.
16. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln's loyalty to his friends. Delivered at the twenty-third annual banquet of the Wayne County Pennsylvania Society of New York City at Hotel McAlpin, February 2, 1929. 16 p.
17. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln - the great anti-climax after the whirlpool of political vicissitudes. Delivered at the Republican Union on the 5th day of February, 1929. 18 p.
18. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln - the seer: translated into Arabic 1925. unpaged 2 copies
19. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln, the seer. An address delivered over WOR February 12, 1925. (continued in foreign language) 2 copies Abraham Lincoln
20. Hertz, Emanuel. The Seer. An address delivered over WOR February 12, 1925. (continued in foreign language) 2 copies
21. Hertz, Emanuel. Lincoln - The seer (Lincoln - a profeta). Address delivered by Emanuel Hertz on Lincoln Day through WOR Broadcasting Station in Newark. unpaged 2 copies
22. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln - The seer. (Hebrew) February 12, 1925. unpaged 2 copies
23. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln - The seer. Some Biblical and Hebraic traits by Emanuel Hertz. Reprinted from The Jewish Form 2000 Broadway, New York City, February 1925. 8 p.
24. Hertz, Emanuel.
(A) Abraham Lincoln - The seer. February 7, 1925.
(B) Abraham Lincoln - The seer. Same Biblical and Hebraic traits, The Jewish Form, February, 1925.
25. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln - Vestec buducnosti. unpaged. no date. 2 copies
26.
(A) Hertz, Emanuel Abraham Lincoln: What might have been - let his contemporaries testify. Delivered before the New York Schoolmasters' Club, February 9, 1929. Washington: U.S. Govt. Printing Office, 1929.
(B) Abraham Lincoln - The legal phase of the "First American." Delivered over WRNY, February 12, 1927, under the auspices of the Committee on Citizenship of the New York County Lawyers Association. 8 p.
(C) Abraham Lincoln - The tribute of the Synagogue. New York: Dauber and Pine Bookshops, Inc. no date unpaged 2 copies
27. Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln - WIESZCZ NARODU no date unpaged
28. Hertz, Emanuel. Addresses at banquet to Emanuel Hertz. March 8, 1925. Tendered by Washington Heights Congregation to its President. 32 p.
29. Hertz, Emanuel. And his name is Abraham Lincoln - A homily. Delivered at the Temple of Congregation Binai Jeshuran, February 10, 1929. 13 p.
30. Hertz, Emanuel. Anniversary of birth of Abraham Lincoln. Inserted in Tie Congressional Record of February 12, 1935 by request of Hon. Royal S. Copeland of New York. Washington: U.S. Govt. Printing Office, 1935. 7 p. 2 copies
31. Hertz, Emanuel. How I became a collector of Lincolniana. New York, May 30, 1926. 7 p.
32.
(A) Hertz, Emanuel. Lincoln and the Grand Street Boys. Notes of an address delivered before the Grand Street Boys on February 4, 1930. unpaged
(B) Hertz, Emanuel. Abraham Lincoln - his political vision. An address reprinted from The Republican, February 6, 1926. 7 p.
33. Hertz, Emanuel.
(A) "As Lincoln said at Gettysburg." Case and Comment: Vol. 43, no. 4; January, 1938. 48 p.
(B) "Lincoln as a lawyer." Case and Comment: Vol. 43, no. 2; October, 1937. 48 p.
(C) "Lincoln the lawyer." Published in The New York Tires, February 7, 1937. Washington: U.S. Govt. Printing Office, 1937.
(D) "Lincoln's imprint on Constitution." Article in The New York Times February 6, 1938. Washington: U.S. Govt. Printing Office, 1938.
(E) "Lawyer Lincoln" - A review." Reprinted from St. John's Law Review: Vol. 11, no. 2; April, 1937. 6 p.
(F) "Abraham Lincoln - The jurist of the Civil War." Reprinted from New York University Law Quarterly Review: Vol. 14, no. 4, May, 1937. 29 p.
(G) "Lincoln the lawyer." United States Law Review. No vol., no, or date p. 79-102
34. Herr, Emanuel. The Lincoln collection of Emanuel Hertz, New York City. Part 1 (autographs) to be sold Tuesday, November L5, 1927. Sale No. 2193. 71 p.
35. Hertz, Emanuel. Lincoln in excelsis: the double climax -- Gettysburg and the second inaugural. no date 24 p.
36. Hertz, Emanuel. Lincoln on his last birthday - extension of remarks of Hon. Robert F. Wagner of New York in the Senate of the United States, Thursday, February 15, 1940. Washington: U.S. Govt. Printing Office, 1940.
37. Hertz, Emanuel. Notes on the Herndon-Weik collection of original Lincoln manuscripts, documents and other papers. No date 24 p.
38. Hill, Dr. John Wesley. "Lincoln's living memory." Extension of remarks of Hon. B. Carroll Reece of Tennessee in the House of Representatives, Monday, February 23, 1925. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1925. 4 p.
39. Hill, Dr. John Wesley. Remarks of Hon. Arthur H. Vandenberg of Michigan in the Senate of the United States, Monday, June 16, 1930. An address by Dr. John Wesley Hill, Chancellor of Lincoln Memorial University, Comberland Gap, Tennessee. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1930. 4 p.
40. Historical Souvenir Booklet of Springfield: Abraham Lincoln and Old Salem State Park, Illinois. Chicago: Max Lau Colortype Company, 1929. unpaged
41. History and evidence of the passage of Abraham Lincoln from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to Washington, D.C., on the 22d and 23d of February, 1861. 20 p.
42. Hobbies: February, 1932. (Washington and Lincoln collecting) Chicago: Lightner Publishing Corporation, 1932. 106 p.
43. Hobbies - The Magazine for Collectors: Vol. 42, no. 12; February, 1938. Chicago: Lightner Publishing Corporation, 1938. 100 p. (Washington and Lincoln collecting)
44. Hobbies - The Magazine for Collectors: January, 1939. "Lincolniana: Rogers' - Council War." Chicago: Lightner Publishing Corporation, 1938. p. 29-30
45. Holland, J. G. Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln, late President of the United States, pronounced at the city hall, Springfield, Massachusetts, April 19, 1864. Springfield, Massachusetts, April 19, 1865. Springfield: L. J. Powers, 1865. 18 p.
46. Horner, Gov. Henry. Ceremonies incident to the placing of the Servius Tullius Stone in the tomb of Abraham Lincoln; Springfield, Illinois; Sunday, October 11, 1936. Printed by authority of the State of Illinois. 57 p. 2 copies
47. Hostick, King V. Rendezvous at Oak Ridge, even in death they would not let Abraham Lincoln rest. Extension of remarks of Hon. George A. Dondero of Michigan in the House of Representatives on Tuesday, February 18, 1941. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1941. 4 p.

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1. Houser, M. L. Abraham Lincoln's message to Horace Greeley. Peoria, Illinois: Edward J. Jacob, 1929. 22 p.
2. Houser, M. L. Abraham Lincoln, student. Peoria, Illinois: M. L. Houser, 1932. 45 p. Included: Presentation note from M. L. Houser to M. L. Wilson.
3. Howells, W. D. Life of Abraham Lincoln - This campaign biography corrected by the hand of Abraham Lincoln in the summer of 1860 is reproduced here with careful attention to the appearance of the original volume. Springfield, Illinois: Abraham Lincoln Association, 1938. unpaged
4. Hubbard, Elbert. Little journeys to the homes of American statesman - Abraham Lincoln. vol. 4, no. 12; December, 1898. New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1898. p. 395-436
5. Hutchison, A. P. The event on which the great Civil War hinged. Butler Publishing Company. 38 p.
6. Illinois, State of. New Salem: A memorial to Abraham Lincoln. State of Illinois: Department of Public Works and Buildings, 1937. 177 p. Included: Biographical notes laid in the hand of M. L. Wilson.
7. Illinois, State of. Illinois: Memorial Day, 1908; Circular no. 26; March 28, 1908. 16 p.
8. Illinois, State of. Memorial Day, May 30, 1910; Circular no. 49. Issued by Francis G. Blair, Superintendent of Public Instruction. Springfield, Illinois: Illinois State Journal Company, 1910. 55 p.
9. Illinois, State of
(A) Memorial Day: May 30, 1912; Circular no. 63. Issued by Francis G. Blair, Superintendent of Public Instruction. Springfield, Illinois: Illinois State Journal Company, 1912. 51 p.
(B) Memorial Day: May 30, 1913. 47th Annual Observance. Under the direction of Stephenson Post No. 30. Dept. of Illinois Grand Army of the Republic.
10. Illinois, State of. Semi-centennial of the Lincoln-Douglas debates in Illinois 1858-1908. Issued by F. G. Blair, Superintendent of Public Instruction: Springfield, Illinois: Phillips Brothers, 1908. 40 p.
11. The Illinois Watch Company. The book of a Lincoln Watches. Springfield: Illinois Watch Company, 1924. 19 p. 2 copies
12. Illinois Watch Company. Lincoln essay contest: To increase knowledge and admiration of Lincoln among school children in the United States. 24 p. 2 copies Included: Illinois Watch Company Newsletter.
13. Ingersoll, Robert G. Abraham Lincoln - a lecture. New York: C. P. Farrell, 1907. p. 123-173
14. Ingersoll, Robert G. Lecture on Lincoln. Little Blue Book No. 213. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman--Julius, no date 57 p.
15. The International Journal of Ethics: Vol. 47, no. 1; October, 1936. 1936. 142 p.
16. The Iowan: March, 1953. Vol. 1, no. 3. "Iowa Remembers Lincoln". p. 40-41
17. Irwin, B. F. Lincoln's religious belief. Privately printed H. E. Barker, Springfield, Illinois, 1919. 11 p.
18. Jackson, S. Trevena. Lincoln's use of the Bible. New York & Cincinnati: The Abingdon Press, 1909. 35 p.
19. Jacobstein, Hon. Meyer. Abraham Lincoln - Extension of remarks of Hon. Meyer Jacobstein of New York, containing hitherto unpublished letters of Abraham Lincoln from the collection of Emanuel Hertz of New York City. Reprinted from. the Congressional Record of February 10, 1927. 8 p.
20. Javits, Benjamin A. Lincoln and the present international situation, a contribution to the thought on world peace. New York, 1924. 24 p.
21. Jayne, Dr. William. Personal reminiscences of Abraham Lincoln. Delivered before the Springfield Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, February 12, 1907, at the Lincoln home. no. date. 21 p.
22. Jayne, Dr. William. Abraham Lincoln - Personal reminiscences of the martyred President by his neighbor and intimate friend Dr. William Jayne. An address delivered by Dr. Jayne to the Grand Army Hall and Memorial Association February 12, 1900. Illinois: Grand Army Hall and Memorial Association, 1900. 58 p.
23. Johnson, Edward S. (custodian) Abraham Lincoln and his last resting place. A leaflet published for distribution at the National Lincoln Monument in the city of Springfield, Illinois. 24 p.
24. Jouault, Alphonse. Abraham Lincoln sa jeunesse et sa vie politique. Histoire de L'Aboution de 11 esclavage aux etats-unis. Paris: Librairie Hachette et cie, 1883 256 p.
25. The Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Spring 1910-1911. P. 53-69.. "An, agricultural poem," by Owen Lovejoy.
26. Junior Red Cross News: February, 1927. "Abraham Lincoln". p. 102
27. Kaine, John Langdon. Lincoln as a boy knew him. Number 21 in an edition of 25 numbered copies. no date. unpaged.

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1. Kelley, William D. Lincoln and Stanton, a study of the war administration of 1861 and 1862, with special consideration of some recent statement of Gen. George B. McClellan. New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons (The Knickerbucker Press), 1885, 88 p.
2. Keyes, Mr. Addresses of Abraham Lincoln delivered at the consecration of the National Cemetery at Gettysberg, Pennsylvania together with the proceedings in the United States Senate on the occasion of the reading of the Address on February 12, 1920. 66th Congress, 2d Session. Sen. 'Document No. 236. unpaged
3. Koren, D. Abraham Lincoln et foredral for studenterne ved Luther College PAA Lincolns fodfelsdag Den izte Februar. Decorah, Iowa: Lutheran Publishing House, 1901. 31 p.
4. Laboulaye, Professor. Professor Laboulaye, the great friend of America, on the presidential election. Washington: Union Congressional Committee, 1864. 14 p.
5. Lamberson, Tom. A directory of collectors of books, autographs, prints and other historical material relating to Abraham Lincoln, 1960. Richmond, Indiana: Ibelman Printing, 1960. 39 p.
6. Lambert, William H. Commandery of the State of Pennsylvania; February 3,1909. "Lincoln Literature". 19 p.
7. Lambert, William H. Abraham Lincoln - Address delivered before the Union League of Philadelphia, February 12, 1909.
8. Lambert, William H. Wishing to restore and to complete, so far as possible, his collection of Lincoln literature, which was greatly damaged by fire, June 5, 1906 William H. Lambert asks reports upon the following books and pamphlets relating in whole or part to Abraham Lincoln. unpaged no date
9. Lange, Dr. Max. Abraham Lincoln der Wiederherfteller der Nordamerif Anifchen Union, und der Grobe Kampf der Nord - und Sudftaaten Wahren der Tahre 18611865. Leipzig: Berlab Von Otto Spamer, 1866. 260 p.
10. The Lantern: Vol. 1, no. 2; February 20, 1913.' The Lantern Printery, 1913. 80 p.
11. The Lawyer: Vol. 1, no. 3; March, 1938. Brooklyn, New York: The American Law Book Co., 1938. 32 p, Abraham Lincoln today and tomorrow," by George R. Farnum.
12. Lea, Henry C. Abraham Lincoln. Union League, No. 17. no date 12 p.
13. Leland, Henry M. Abraham Lincoln: Rare autograph letters, documents, personal relics, prints, etc.; the collection of the late Henry M. Leland. Unrestricted public sale June 2 at 8 P.M. 32 p. 2 copies
14. Lemmon, George T. Lincoln in the light of his age - a centenary memorial. 15 p.
15. Lewis, Joseph. Lincoln the freethinker. New York: The Lincoln Publishing Company, 1924. 30 p.
16. Libbie, C. F. and Company. Catalogue of a private collection of Lincolniana. Boston C.F. Libbie and Company, 1911. 115 p.
17. Library of Congress. Lincoln collections in the Library of Congress. 2d edition, January, 1943. 12 p. 2 copies
18. Library of Congress Press Release:
(A) No. 431 2 copies about the Robert Todd Lincoln
(B) No. 434 Collection
(C) No. 426 (2 copies)
(D) No. 430 (2 copies)
(E) No. 428
(F) No. 427
(G) No. 425 (2 copies)
(H) No. 423 (2 copies)
(I) No. 422 (2 copies)
(J) No. 421 (2 copies)
(K) No. 424 2 copies
(L) Document No. 10 2 copies
19. Library of Congress. Press Releases: No. 434 2 copies (about the Robert Todd Lincoln Collection) No. 433 2 copies
20. Lieber, Francis. Lincoln or McClellan, appeal to the Germans in America. New York: Loyal Publication Society, No. 67. 8 p.
21. Life, services, martyrdom, and funeral of Abraham Lincoln, Sixteenth President of the United States; with a portrait of President Lincoln, and other illustrative engravings of the scene of the Assassination, etc. Philadelphia: T.B. Peterson & Brothers, 1865. 300 p.
22. The life and public services of Hon. Abraham Lincoln of Illinois, and Hon. Hannibal Hamlin, of Maine. Boston: Thayer and Eldridge, 1860. 128 p.
23. Life Magazine: February 12, 1959. "Lincoln neighbors: a dramatic find." p. 48
24. Life with the Lincoln: Vol. 12, no. 10; February, 1931 Fort Wayne, Indiana: The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, 1931. 12 p.

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1. Lincoln, Abraham. Abraham Lincoln an d Mary Owen. Three letters: (1) Lincoln to Mrs. 0. H. Browning; (2) I.N. Arnold to O.H. Browning; (3) 0. H. Browning to I. N. Arnold. Springfield, Barker's Art Store, 1922. unpaged
2. Lincoln, Abraham. Abraham Lincoln's letter, January 5, 1863. As printed in National Anti-slavery standard, New York, March 14, 1863. unpaged.
3. Lincoln, Abraham. An address delivered by Abraham Lincoln, before the Springfield Washingtonian Temperance Society, at the Second Presbyterian Church, Springfield, Illinois, on the 22d day of February, 1842. Springfield. Illinois: 0. H. Oldroyd, 1889. 14 p.
4. Lincoln, Abraham. Address by Abraham Lincoln of Illinois in Cincinnati, Ohio on September 17, 1859. Cincinnati, Ohio: Chas. F. Lotz Printing and Stationary Co., 1910. 60 p.
5. Lincoln, Abraham. An address by Abraham Lincoln on the death of Mr. Benjamin Ferguson, delivered February 8, 1842. 4 p. no date.
6. Lincoln, Abraham. The address of the Hon. Abraham Lincoln, in indication of the policy of the framers of the Constitution and the principles of the Republican Party, delivered at Cooper Institute, February 27th, 1860. New York: The Young Men's Republican Union, 1860. 32 p.
7. Lincoln, Abraham. The autobiography of Abraham Lincoln. Washington: Americanization Department~,Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. no date, unpaged.
8. Lincoln, Abraham. The autobiography of Abraham Lincoln. New York: Francis D. Tandy Company, 1905. 67 p.
9. Lincoln, Abraham. Facsimile letter from A. Lincoln to Mrs. Bixby.
10. Lincoln, Abraham. Letter to Mrs. Bixby and Gettysburg Address. New York: N.C. Brown, 1906.
11. Lincoln, Abraham. Buoying vessels over shoals. U.S. Patent Office, 1849. 2 pages.
12. Lincoln, Abraham. Discoveries and inventions: a lecture by Abraham Lincoln delivered in 1860. San Francisco: John Howell, 1915. unpaged.
13. Lincoln, Abraham. A facsimile reproduction of the original with an explanatory note by J. McCan Davis. New York: McClure, Phillips, and Company, 1901. 11 p.
14. Lincoln, Abraham. Facsimile - Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. Fort Wayne, Indiana: National Life Insurance Company, no date.
15. Lincoln, Abraham. A few appropriate remarks, being the story of the Gettysburg Address 'with particular reference to the manuscript thereof as told by Thomas F. Madigan in "Word Shadows of the Great". New York: Privately printed, 1931. unpaged 2 copies.
16. Lincoln, Abraham. Abraham Lincoln's second inaugural address, March 4, 1865. Issued by Americanization Department, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. no date, unpaged.
17. Lincoln, Abraham. Letters and addresses of Abraham Lincoln. New York: Unit Book Publishing Company, 1905. 389 p.
18. Lincoln, Abraham. The letters of President Lincoln on questions of national policy. I. To General McClellan II. To Horace Greeley III. To Fernando Wood IV. To the Albany Committee V. To Governor Seymour VI. To the Springfield Meeting. New York: H. H. Lloyd & Co., 1863. 22 p.
19. Lincoln, Abraham. Abraham Lincoln's letter to General Hooker. Peoria, Illinois: Edward J. Jacob, 1928. unpaged
20. Lincoln, Abraham. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. Compliments of the Lincoln National Life Insurance Company. no date.
21. Lincoln, Abraham. Lincoln, The Poet. Poems by Abraham Lincoln compiled by the Poet Hunter. 2nd edition. Louisiana: The Lincoln Publishing Company, 1941. 64 p.
22. Lincoln, Abraham. Message of the President of the United States to the two Houses of Congress, at the commencement of the first session of the Thirty seventh Congress. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1861.109 p.
23. Lincoln, Abraham. The opinions of Abraham Lincoln, upon slavery and its issues: indicated by his speeches, letters, messages, and proclamations. no date, 16 p.
24. Lincoln, Abraham. President Lincoln's views: an important letter on the principles involved in the Vallandigham. Case. Philadelphia: King and Baird, 1863. 16 p.
25. Lincoln, Abraham. Speech of Hon. Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois, at the Cooper Institute, New York City, February 27, 1860. 8 p.
26. Lincoln, Abraham.
(A) Typescript of his autobiography from Chester Co. Times, February 11, 1860; Dec. 20, 1859; February 7, 1859; February 11, 1861.
(B) Typescript of his letter to Mrs. Bixby, November 21, 1864.
(C) Photocopy of a letter to J. F. Joy, September 14, 1855 about charges to the Illinois Central Railroad.
27. Lincoln, Abraham. Lincoln Anniversary Program, Ford Theater (Lincoln Museum); Sunday, February 10, 1952. Under the sponsorship of National Capital Parks and the Washington Lincoln Group. Lincoln at Prayer. First honorable mention in Radio City contest. Published in The Cathedral Age. no date.
28. Lincoln Campaign Songster, for the use of clubs containing all of the most popular songs. Philadelphia: Mason and Company, 1864. 16 p.
29. Lincoln Centenary, February 12, 1909. Albany: New York State Education Department, 1909. 21 p.
30. Lincoln Centenary Campaign. Lincoln: New Birth of Our New Soil, The First American. New York: Francis D. Tandy Company, 1906. 48 p.
31. Lincoln Centenary Association. Banquet given on the one hundred and first anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln by the Lincoln Centennial Association, February 12, 1910. unpaged.
32. Lincoln Centennial Association Addresses. Delivered at the annual banquet held at Springfield, Illinois, February 12, 1912, commemorating the one hundred and third anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. 61 p.

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1. Lincoln Centennial Association. Addresses delivered at the celebration of the one hundred and sixth anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. Springfield: Printed for the Association, 1915. 67 p.
2. Lincoln Centennial Association. Addresses delivered at the celebration of the one hundred and ninth anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. Springfield: Printed for the Association, 1918. 108 p.
3. Lincoln Centennial Association. Lincoln in Springfield: A guide to the places in Springfield which were associated with the life of Abraham Lincoln. Springfield: The Lincoln Centennial Association, 1925. unpaged.
4. Lincoln Centennial Association Bulletin. Springfield, Illinois.
(A) Bulletin No. 7; June 1, 1927
(B) Bulletin No. 8; Sept. 1, 1927
(C) Bulletin No. 9; Dec. 1, 1927
(D) Bulletin No. 10; Mar. 1, 1928
(E) Bulletin No. 11, June 1, 1928
(F) Bulletin No. 14; Feb. 12, 1929
5. Lincoln Centennial Association Bulletin.
(A) No. 12 - September 1, 1928
(B) No. 13 - December 1, 1928
(C) Special Number published December 1, 1928.
(E) 2nd Special Number published January 1, 1929.
6. The Lincoln Fellowship. In memoriam of Major William H. Lambert, May, 1842 June, 1912. New York: 250 copies printed for the Lincoln Fellowship, December 1912. 36 p.
7. The Lincoln Fellowship. Proceedings at the first annual meeting and dinner of the Lincoln Fellowship, held at Delmonico's, New York City, Wednesday, February 12, 1908. New York: The Lincoln Fellowship, 1908. 62 p.
8. The Lincoln Fellowship. Proceedings at the second & third annual meetings of the Lincoln Fellowship, held at Delmonico's, New York, Saturday, February 20th, 1909, and Saturday, February 12, 1910. New York: The Lincoln Fellowship, 1910. 57 p.
9. The Lincoln Foundation. Manuscript No. 3 - The Farewell Address. Springfield, 1926. 12 p.
10. Lincoln Guard of Honor. Organization and objects of the Lincoln Guard of Honor and First Memorial Service, held on the fifteenth anniversary of the death of Abraham Lincoln, Springfield, Illinois, April 15th, 1880. 14 pages
11. Lincoln Herald: Vol. 42, no. 3; May, 1940. Harrogate, Tennessee: Lincoln Memorial University, 1940. 16 pages.
12. Lincoln Herald: Vol. 43, no. 1; March, 1941. Harrogate, Tennessee: Lincoln Memorial University, 1941. 28 pages.
13. Lincoln Herald: Vol 43, no. 4; December, 1941. Harrogate, Tennessee: Lincoln Memorial University, 1941. 32 pages.
14. Lincoln Herald: Vol. 48, no. 1; February, 1946. Harrogate, Tennessee: Lincoln Memorial University, 1946. 48 pages.
15. Lincoln Herald: Vol. 52, no. 2; June 1950. Harrogate, Tennessee: Lincoln Memorial University, 1950. 44 pages.
16. Lincoln Historical Fund Campaign. "How you can help save the great Lincoln Historical Collection". October 30, 1950. Chicago, Illinois.
17. Lincoln Home. Department of Public Works and Buildings, Division of Parks and Memorials, State Capitol, Springfield, Illinois.
18. Lincoln Hanestead. Flag raising at Lincoln homestead. Springfield, Illinois, October 16, 1889. Springfield: 0. H. Oldroyd, 1889. 25 pages.
19. Lincoln Homestead State Park. "Visit the original Lincoln Country and Lincoln Homestead State Park and Golf Course." 5 miles north of Springfield, Washington County, Kentucky. no date.
20. Lincoln Hanestead Trustees. First biennial report of the Lincoln Homestead Trustees to the Thirty-Sixth General Assembly of the State of Illinois, January 10, 1889. Springfield: H. W. Rokker, 1889. 11 pages.
21. Lincoln the Hoosier: A restatement of sane facts that too many folks seem to have forgotten, September, 1927. 44 pages.
22. The Lincolnian: Vol. 3, no. 3; August, 1958. Washington, D.C.: The Lincoln Group, 1958. Lincoln Log Cabin State Park. Dedication Program - Thursday, August 27, 1936. Charleston, Illinois: Courier Print, 1936. unpaged.
23. Lincoln, Mary. A letter to her cousin Elizabeth Todd Grimsly, September 29, 1861. Privately printed, 1917. unpaged.
24. Lincoln, Robert Todd. Speech of Hon. Robert T. Lincoln made at the celebration of the thirty-eighth anniversary of the Lincoln-Douglas Debate. Galesburg, Illinois, October 7, 1896. New York: Herald Print, 1921. unpaged
25. Lincoln, Waldo. (blurb for) History of the Lincoln family. Worcester, Massachusetts: American Antiquarian Society, 1923. unpaged.
26. Los Angeles Times, February 11, 1928 (Part 1) Lincoln Caricatures.
27. Lincoln Lore: No. 2, 4-90; April 22, 1929 - December 29, 1930. Fort Wayne, Indiana.

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1. Lincoln Lore: No. 91-246; January 5, 1931 - December 25, 1933. Fort Wayne, Indiana.
2. Lincoln Lore: No. 247-351; January 1, 1934 - December 30, 1935. Fort Wayne, Indiana
3. Lincoln Lore: No. 352-455; January 6, 1936 - December 27, 1937. Fort Wayne, Indiana.
4. Lincoln Lore: No. 456-507; January 3, 1938 - December 26, 1938. Fort Wayne, Indiana.
5. Lincoln Lore: No. 508-559; January 2, 1939 - December 25, 1939. Fort Wayne, Indiana.
6. Lincoln Lore: No. 560-716; January 1, 1940 - March 1941. Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Box 18
1. Lincoln Lore: No. 560-716; April 1941 - December 28, 1942. Fort Wayne, Indiana.
2. Lincoln Lore: No. 717-768; January 4, 1943 - December 27, 1943. Fort Wayne, Indiana.
3. Lincoln Lore: No. 769-925; January 3, 1944 - December 30, 1946. Fort Wayne, Indiana.
4. Lincoln Lore: No. 926-1029; January 6, 1947 December 27, 1948. Fort Wayne, Indiana.
5. Lincoln Lore: No. 1030-1081; January 3, 1949 December 26, 1949. Fort Wayne, Indiana.
6. Lincoln Lore No. 1082-1186; January 2, 1950 - December 31, 1951. Fort Wayne, Indiana.
7. Lincoln Lore No. 1187-1299; January 7, 1952 - March 1, 1954. Fort Wayne, Indiana.
8. Lincoln Lore No. 1300-1399; March 8, 1954 - January 30, 1956. Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Box 19
1. Lincoln Lore: No. 1400-1486; February, 1956 - December, 1961. Fort Wayne, Indiana.
2. Lincoln Lore: No. 1487-1522; 1962 - December, 1964. Fort Wayne, Indiana.
3. Lincoln Lore: No. 1523-1563; January, 1965 - May, 1968
4. Lincoln Lore: No. 1571-1616, January 1969 - October 1972
5. Lincoln Lore: Titles of Bulletins and indexes for No. 1-1500. (April 15, 1929 to Feb, 1963).
6. Lincoln Lore: No date or number. 12 items.
7. Lincoln the Housier. Done into print at Indianapolis in September, 1927. 44 pages.
8. Lincoln Memorial. Lincoln farm, Hodgenvile, Ky. The birthplace of Abraham Lincoln.
9. Lincoln Memorial. Reproduction of autographs of the signers of the testimonial to Abraham Lincoln placed in the corner stone of the Lincoln Memorial on the 12th of February A.D. 1915 at Washington, D.C. Unpaged.
10. Lincoln Monument. Pilgrimage of the G.A.R. to the tomb of Lincoln, September 29, 1887. Springfield, Illinois: H. W. Rokker, 1887. Unpaged.
Lincoln Memorial. Washington, D.C., U.S. National Park Service.
11. Lincoln Memorials. Indianapolis: Indiana Lincoln Union, September, 1927. 16 pages.
12. Lincoln Memorial Commission Report. Message from the President of the United States...., Washington: Lincoln Memorial Commission, 1913.
13. Lincoln Memorial University. Luncheon commemorating the birthday of Abraham Lincoln, February 12, 1931. The Mayflower, order of seating guests; Lincoln Memorial University Leaflet. No date. Unpaged.
14. Lincoln Monument. Official program of the order of exercises connected with the Unveiling of the statue of Abraham Lincoln upon the National Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois, Thursday, October 15, 1874; Springfield: Illinois State Journal Company, 1874.
15. Lincoln Museum. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, no date. Unpaged.
16. Lincoln National Life Foundation. Foundation duplicates - unusual pamphlets and books in wrappers. List no. 186, 197, 189. No. date.
17. Lincoln National Life Foundation. Lincoln bibliography comulative. Fort Wayne, Indiana: Lincoln National Life Foundation, 1942. 22 pages.
18. The Lincoln National Life Insurance Co. The dedication ceremonies - Plaza of the Lincoln National Life Building. Fort Wayne, Indiana: Lincoln National Life Insurance. 12 pages.; Lincoln National Life Insurance Co. Addresses delivered at the dedication of the Heroic Bronze Statue Abraham Lincoln - The Hoosier Youth." September 16, 1932. Fort Wayne, Indiana: Lincoln National Life Insurance. 12 pages
19. Lincoln Republican Booklet, No. 3. Minneapolis: Hall, Black, and Company, 1900. 48 p.
20. The Lincoln Sesquicentennial Intelligencer: Vol. 1, no. 3; June, 1959. Washington, D.C.: Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission, 1959. Unpaged.
21. Lincoln: Speeches of, No. 128. Danville, New York: E.A. Owen Publishing Company, No date. 36 pages.
22. Lincoln Telegram. Reproduction of the telegram in Mrs. Lincoln's own handwriting. Received by Mr. Lincoln Nov. 19th 1863 at the Home of Judge Wills, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
23. Lincoln - typed copy of the theft of Lincoln. No date. Unpaged.
24. Lincoln, Thomas and Sarah Bush. The service of dedication of the monument erected above the graves of Thomas and Sarah Bush Lincoln - father and step-mother of Abraham Lincoln. Janesville, Illinois: Illinois Lions Clubs, 1924.
25. Lincoln-Thornton Debate. The commemorate the debate of Abraham Lincoln and Anthony Thornton on Freedom of Territories June 15, 1856 in old court house. Shelbyville, Illinois: Shelby County Leader Print, 1923. 22 pages.
26. The Lincolnian:
(A) Vol. 12, no. 1, February, 1967
(B) Vol. 5, no. 1-2, July-August 1959.
(C) Another vol. with no date.

Box 20
1. The Lincolnian.
(A) Vol. 2, no. 1; January 6, 1958.
(B) Communication No. 1; June 1, 1945.
(C) Vol. 3, no. 2; July 1958.
(D) Vol. 7, no. 1; May 1961.
(E) Vol. 6, no. 1; January 1961.
(F) Vol. 6, no. 4; April 1961.
(G) Vol. 5, no. 4; January.1960.
(H) Vol. 5, no. 5; February, 1960.
(I) Vol. 5, no. 6; March, 1960.
(J) Vol. 5, no. 7; April 1960.
(K) Vol. 8, no. 2; January, 1962.
(L) Vol. 8, no. 3; April 1962.
(M) Vol. 8, no. 4; July 1962.
(N) Vol. 8, no. 5; December, 1962.
(O) Vol. 9, no. 1; January, 1963.
(P) Vol. 9, no. 2; August, 1963.
(Q) Vol. 9, no. 3; September, 1963.
(R) Vol. 10, no. 2; May, 1964.
2. Lincolniana - Selection of rarities... Mansfield, Ohio: Midland Rare Book Company. No date. Unpaged.; Lincolniana Publishers. Lincoln Magazine Articles, List 104.
3. Lincolniana Publishers. List No. 163, 164, 169, & 170. No date.
4. Lincoln's last speech in Springfield (blurb). The campaign - 1858. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1925.
5. Lippincott: February, 1909. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1909. 256 pages.
6. The Literary Digest International Book Review: March 1926. "Carl Sandburg Interprets Young Lincoln". P. 189-190.; Little, John Scripps. Abraham Lincoln - Books and pamphlets, medals, portraits, and autographs. Sale no. 34. Chicago, Illinois: No date.
7. Locke, Walter and Annette. A pipe from the Whistling post. Briarlock, Dayton, Ohio: 1937. Unpaged.; Lodge, Henry Cabot. The democracy of Abraham Lincoln. 63d Congress, IST Session; Doc. No. 18, Washington, 1913. 18 pages.
8. Lovett, Richard. Abraham Lincoln. London: The Religious Tract Society, no date. 16 pages.
9. Low, David. Old and rare books, Catalogue No. 97. 38 pages.
10. Lowell, James Russell. The Gettysburg speech and other papers by Abraham Lincoln and an essay on Lincoln. No. 32; January, 1888. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1888.
11. Lowell, James Russell. The President's Policy. North American Review, June 1864.
12. Loyal Legion of the United States. Abraham Lincoln. - Memorial Meeting, 1907. 32 pages.
13. Luhrs, Henry E. Lincoln at the Wills home and the Gettysburg Address. November 18-19, 1863. Shippensburg, Pennsylvania: The Lincoln Publishers, 1938. 20 pages.
14. McBride, Robert. Lincoln's Bodyguard: The Union Light Guard of Ohio, with sane personal recollections of Abraham Lincoln. Indiana Historical Society Publications: Vol. 5, no. 1; 1911. 39 pages.
15. McCall's Magazine: July 1928, p. 21; May 1928, p. 18-20. (incomplete Issues). "Mary, wife of Lincoln," by Kate Helm.
16. McCa11's Magazine: Vol. 83, no. 4; January, 1956. Dayton, Ohio: McCall Corporation, 1956. 128 p. "President Lincoln, and His Problem Sons," by Ruth Painter Randall
17. McClelland, Stewart W. Lincoln, The National Messiah. Harrogate, Tennessee: Dept. of Lincolniana - Lincoln Memorial University, 1940. 3 pages.
18. McClure Collection. The Abraham Lincoln portfolio of photogravures from the famous McClure collection. Item 5 is missing.
19. McClure, Stanley W. The Lincoln Museum and the house where Lincoln died. No. 3. Washington, D.C.: Govt. Printing Office, 1949. 42 pages.
20. McClure's Magazine: Vol. 3, no. 6; November ' 1894. "How Allen Pinkerton thwarted the first plot to assassinate Lincoln." p. 519-529. (incomplete issue); McClure's Magazine: Vol. 4 no. 3; February, 1895. "Lincoln as Commander-in-chief." p. 253-266. (incomplete issue)
21. McClure's Magazine: Vol. 6, no. 6; May, 1896. The life of Abraham Lincoln, by Ida M. Tarbell. New York: S.S. McClure Company, 1896. 96 pages.
22. McClure's Magazine : Vol, 7, no. 1; June, 1896. The life of Abraham Lincoln)by Ida M. Tarbell. New York: S.S. McClure Co., 1896. p. 79-88 (incomplete issue); McClure's Magazine: Vol. 7, no. 2; July, 1896. Lincoln as a lawyer by, Ida M. Tarbell. New York: S.S. McClure Company, 1896. p. 171-181.; McClure's Magazine: Vol. 7, no. 3; August, 1896. Lincoln's important law cases, by Ida M. Tarbell. New York: S.S. McClure Co., 1896. p. 272-281. (incomplete issue); McClure's Magazine: Vol. 7, no. 4; September, 1896. Lincoln's lost speech. New York: S.S. McClure Co., 1896. p. 319-331. (incomplete issue); McClure's Magazine: Vol 7, no. 5; October 1896. The Lincoln-Douglas Debates, by Ida M. Turbell. New York: S.S. McClure Co., 1896. p. 401-413. (incomplete issue)
23. McClure's Magazine: Vol. 13, no. 1; May, 1899. Lincoln's search for a man, by Ida M. Tarbell. New York: S.S. McClure Co., 1899. p. 24-34. (incomplete issue); McClure's Magazine: Vol. 13, no. 1; May, 1899. (duplicate of #564); McClure's Magazine: Vol. 13, no. 2; June, 1899. Lincoln and the soldiers, by Ida M. Tarbell. New York: S.S. McClure Co., 1899. p. 156-167. (incomplete issue)
24. McClure's Magazine: Vol. 13, no. 2; June, 1899. Lincoln and the soldiers by Ida M. Tarbell. New York: S.S. McClure Co., 1899. 156-167. Lincoln and the giant. Drawing by W. R. Leigh. p. 99
25. McClure's Magazine: Vol. 13, No. 3; July, 1899. Lincoln's great victory, by Ida M. Tarbell. New York: S.S. McClure Co., 1899. p. 268-278. (incomplete issue); McClure's Magazine: Vol. 13, no. 4; August, 1899. The death of Abraham Lincoln, by Ida M. Tarbell. New York: S.S. McClure Co., 1899. p. 374-384. (incomplete issue); McClure's Magazine: Vol. 13, no. 5; September, 1899. Lincoln's funeral, by Ida M. Tarbell. New York: S.S. McClure Co., 1899. p. 448-454. (incomplete issue)
26. McCook, Rev. Henry C. Some characteristics of Abraham Lincoln. Philadelphia: Isaiah Price, March, 1901.
27. McElroy, John. Soul Growth of Abraham Lincoln. Washington, D.C.: The National Tribune, 1910. 16 pages.
28. McGirr, Newman F. Rare books, prints, autographs, and paintings. Catalogue 74. unpaged.
29. McKinley, William. Abraham Lincoln: An address before the Marquette Club. Chicago, Feb. 12, 1896. 27 pages.
30. Manassas (Bull Run). National Battlefield Park, Virginia. No date. unpaged.
31. Markens, Isaac. Abraham Lincoln and the Jews. New York: Isaac Markens, 1909. 60 pages.
32. Markens, Isaac. Lincoln's masterpiece. New York: Isaac Markens, 1913. 26 pages.

Box 21
1. Markens, Isaac. President Lincoln and the case of John Y. Beall. New York: Isaac Markens, 1911. 11 pages.
2. Markens, Isaac. Why President Lincoln spared three lives. New York: Isaac Markens, 1911.
3. Marshall, Catherine. The Lincoln tradition. No date. (autographed copy)
4. Martin, James M. A defense of Lincoln's mother, conversion and creed. Minneapolis: Privately published, 1921. 43 pages.
5. The Martyr President. New York: Carleton, 1865. 43 pages.
6. Massachusetts Historical Society: May-June, 1918. Lamon's "Life of Lincoln" p. 498-500
7. Masters, Hardin W. Ceremonies at the unveiling of monument to William H. Herndon. Privately printed. No date. 32 pages.
8. Mayo, A.D. The Nations Sacrifice - Abraham Lincoln. Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co., 1865. 28 pages.
9. Meese, William A. Abraham Lincoln - incidents in his life relating to waterways. Moline, Illinois: William A. Meese, 1908. 53 pages.
10. The Mentor: Vol. 17, no. 2; March, 1929. Springfield, Ohio: The Crowell Pub. Co., 1929. 68 pages.
11. Merwin-Clayton Sales Co. Catalogue of Lincoln literature, 1906. 26 pages.
12. Meserve, Frederick Hill. The photographs of Abraham Lincoln. New York: October, 1910. 5 pages.
13. Meserve, Frederick Hill. The photographs of Abraham Lincoln. Privately printed in New York: 1911. 110 p.
14. Metropolitan Art Assn. Library of the late William. H. Lambert. Part 1,4,5, 1914. (Includes M.L. Wilson's correspondence about his bid on the Lincolniana.)
15. The Mid-West Quarterly: Vol. 1, no. 3; April, 1914. Lincoln and Hamlet, by Daniel Kilham Dodge. New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1914. Pages 220-222.
16. Minnigh, Luther W. Gettysberg. What they did there. Washington, D.C.: Luther W. Minnich. 1892. 150 pages.
17. Miscegenation. Campaign Document, No. 11 (1864). 8 pages. (Endorsement by the Republican Party in 1864?.)
18. Monaghan, Jay. An analysis of Lincoln's funeral sermons. Reprinted from the Indiana Magazine of History, Vol. 41, no. 1; March, 1945. 14 pages.

Box 22
1. Monod, Eugene. Un Grand Americain. Lausanne: George Bridel & CIE, no date. 235 pages.
2. Monroe, James. Letter from the chairman of the Committee on Military Affairs to the Secretary of War, respecting the present mode of subsisting the army, and the answer of the Secretary thereto; accompanied by letters of several general officers of the army upon the subject thereof, January 25, 1815. Washington City: Roger C. Weightman, 1815. 13 pages.
3. Moores, Charles W. Abraham Lincoln Lawyer. Indiana Historical Society Publications: Vol. 7, no. 10. Greenfield, Indiana: Wm Mitchell Printing Co., 1922. Pages 483-535.
4. National America's First Theatre. "Abe Lincoln in Illinois." Oct. 3, 1938. p. 14.
5. National Geographic Magazine: No date. "The Lincoln Memorial." Pages 597-602. (incomplete issue)
National Geographic Magazine, no date. "The most famous battlefield in America." Pages 66-75. (incomplete issue)
6. National Republican Vol. 24, no. 1; May, 1936. Washington, D.C.: National Republican, 1936. 32 pages. The human side of Lincoln, by M. L. Wilson. 7. National Republican: Vol. 24, no. 1; May, 1936. Washington, D.C.: National Republican, 1936. 32 pages. Copy 2
8. National Republican: Vol. 32, no. 10; February, 1945. Washington, D.C.: National Republican, 1945. New Salem restored. p. 5-6.
9. National Republican: Vol. 25, no. 4; August, 1937. Washington, D.C.: National Republican, 1937. Shrine to Lincoln, by Ernest McGaffey. p. 14+.
10. Newhall, D.H. Catalogs. A collection of books and pamphlets relating to the Civil War and Abraham Lincoln. (A) No. 82, 1914 (B) No. 255, 1928 (C) No. 284, 1931 (D) No. 85, 1915 (E) No. 243, 1927 (F) No. 247, 1927 (G) No. 185, 1923 (H) Suppl. 54 (I) Suppl. 68 (J) List 121, 1941
11. Newhall, Daniel H. Sale No. 85, 1942. The important Library of Americana with much Lincoln material of John W. Tompkins, etc. 49 pages.
12. Newman, Harry Shaw. The old print shop: Vol. 9, no. 6; February 1950. Cartoons of the "Breadless Lincoln". pp. 124-127.
13. Newton, Joseph. Abraham Lincoln: An address delivered at Iowa City, Iowa before the State Historical Society of Iowa on May 25, 1910. Iowa City, Iowa: State Historical Society of Iowa, 1910. 45 pages.
14. Newton, Joseph Fort. Abraham Lincoln: An address before the Union League of Philadelphia. February 12, 1926. 24 pages.
15. The New Yorker: June 24, 1950. Our far-flung correspondents, Abe Lincoln in Springfield, by A. J. Liebling. p. 29-42
16. The New York Times Magazine: February 10, 1929; Section 5. Lincoln: The sources of his strength. p. 2 (Rare portrait on cover)
17. The New York Times Magazine:
(A) Lincoln, the man, now emerges. The New York Times.; Feb. 11, 1934. by 11nanuel Hertz. p. 1-3+.
(B) When the East rallied behind Lincoln. The New York Times; Feb. 10, 1935. p. 4-5.
18. Nicolay, John G. and John Hay. Complete works of Abraham Lincoln, Vol. 1. New York: Francis D. Tandy Company, no date. 165 pages.
19. North American Review: No. 380; July 1888. "New facts about Mrs. Surratt." Pages 84-94. (incomplete issue); North American Review: No. 382; September, 1888. "The assassins of Lincoln." Pages 314-319. (incomplete issue)
20. North American Review: No. 381; December, 1896. "Same memories of Lincoln." Pages 667-675. (incomplete issue)
21. The Numismatist: Vol. 37, no. 2; February, 1924. Federalsburg, Maryland: The American Numismatic Association, 1924. Lincoln in Numismatics. A descriptive list of the medals, plaques, etc., by Robert P. King. 212 pages.
22. Nyack, New York. The Lincoln Memorial Boulder. June 13, L908. Nyack-on-Hudson: Charles M. Montgomery, 1908. 36 pages.
23. Oakleaf, J. B. Abraham Lincoln: His friendship for humanity and sacrifice for others. Delivered at Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois by invitation of the faculty, February 12, 1909.
24. Oakleaf, Joseph B. (compiler) An analysis of the Gettysburg Address. Moline, Illinois: Desaulniers & Company, 1908. Unpaged.
25. Oakleaf, Joseph Benjamin. Correspondence with M. L. Wilson from April 13, 1925 to May 12, 1925.
26. Oakleaf, Joseph Benjamin. The great task assumed by Abraham Lincoln and the burden he had to bear. Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Privately printed Iowa Masonic Library, 1925. 14 pages.
27. Oakleaf, Joseph Benjamin (compiler) Lincoln bibliography. Chicago: R. R. Donnelley and Sons, 1923. Pages 33-34. 2 copies
28. Ohio Republican League. Lincoln Day Banquet, February 12, 1910. Menu and program. unpaged.
29. Olcott, George N. Columbia University: The Lincoln Centennial; The Robert Hewitt collection of medallic Lincolniana. Published by Columbia University Library, February 12, 1909. 21 pages.

Box 23
1. Old Abe's Jokes: Fresh from Abraham's bosom. New York: T.R. Dawley, 1864. 135 pages.
2. The Old Presbyterian Meeting House. South Fairfax St. near Duke St., Alexandria, Virginia. Unpaged leaflet.
3. Oldroyd, Capt. Osborn H. Broadside - The Washington Times; April 9, 1923. (Oldroyd Lincoln Memorial Museum).
4. Oldroyd, Osborn H. An interview with Osborn H. Oldroyd in the house in which Lincoln died. New York: The Sun, no date. 11 pages.
5. Oldroyd, Osborn H. Lincoln's campaign or the political revolution of 1860. Chicago: Laird and Lee, May, 1896. 241 pages.
6. Oldroyd, Osborn H. The mystic number seven in the life of Abraham Lincoln. Washington, D.C., 1930. 12 pages.
The Oldroyd Lincoln Memorial Collection. Located in the house in which Lincoln died. Washington, D.C., 1903. 11 pages.
7. Old South Leaflets. No. 11. Lincoln's inaugurals, the Emancipation Proclamation, etc. No date. 6 pages. Only authentic life of Abraham Lincoln, alias "Old Abe," with an account of his birth and education, his rail-splitting and soldiering, with some allusions to his journeys from Springfield to Washington and back again. American News Company Wholesale Agents, no date. 16 pages.
8. Orcott, William Dana (designer) Lincoln in portraiture. New York: The Press of the Pioneers, Inc. (blurb)
9. Ostendorf, Lloyd. Mr. Lincoln came to Dayton. Ohio: The Otterbein Press, 1959. 49 pages. Included: Presentation note to M. L. Wilson.
10. Out of the Wilderness - The New Salem Years of Abraham Lincoln. New Salem State Park, September 26-28, no year. Unpaged.
11. Packard, R. D. Lincoln's wife Mary, their courtship and marriage. Reprinted from the February, 1938, issue of The Schioan, Employees Magazine, published by The Standard Oil Co. of Ohio. Unpaged
12. Paddock, Wilbur F. A Great Man fallen! A discourse on the death of Abraham Lincoln. Philadelphia: Sherman & Co., 1865. 24 pages.
13. The Palimpsest: Vol. 6, no. 4; April, 1925. Iowa: State Historical of Iowa, 1925. A Lincoln pole raising. P. 109-116
14. Parker, Henry E. Discourse the day after the reception of the tidings of the assassination of President Lincoln, preached in the South Congregational Church. Concord: McFarland & Jenks, 1865. 15 pages.
15. Pascal, Cesar. Abraham Lincoln sa vie, son caratere, son administration. Paris: Grassart & Libraire, 1865. 232 pages.
16. Patterson, Hon. James W. Memorial address on the life and character of Abraham Lincoln. Delivered at Concord, New Hampshire, June 1, 1865. 24 pages.
17. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography: Vol. 33, no. 132; October, 1909. Philadelphia: The Historical Society of Penn., 1909. 542 pages. "The, Gettysburg address, when written, how received, its true form," by, Major Wm. Ir, Lambert,
18. Personality: February, 1928. Lincoln's last surviving friend, Chauncey M. Depew's own story of the Civil War President. Personality: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 1928). p. 3-12.
19. Pictorial Review: November, 1925. "The unfathomed Lincoln." (incomplete issue)
20. Pitman, Benn and Howard, Jerome B. Testimony of Louis J. Weichmann. Cincinnati: The Phonographic Institute Company, 1910. 86 pages. Testimony at the Surratt Trial.)
21. Planning and Civic Comment: Vol. 13, no. 1; January, 1947. Abraham Lincoln and Yosemite National Park. Washington, D.C., 1947.
22. Portraits and sketches of the lives of all the candidates for the presidency, for 1860. New York: J.C. Buttre, 1860. 19 pages.
23. Presentation and unveiling of the Memorial Tablets commemorating the Lincoln and Burns event (November 19, 1863.) Rochester, New York: New Art Publishers, 1920.
24. Proceedings at the fourth annual meeting and dinner of the Lincoln Fellowship, held at Delmonico's, New York City, Saturday, February 11, 1911. New York: The Lincoln Fellowship, 1911. 58 pages.

Box 24
1. Proceedings at the Fifth Annual Dinner of the Republican Club of the City of New York. New York: The Republic Press, 1891.
2. Proceedings at the Eighth Annual Dinner of the Republican Club of the City of New York. New York: Thomson & Co., 1894. 80 pages.
3. Proceedings at the 20th Annual Lincoln Dinner of the Republican Club of the City of New York. February 12, 1906.60 pages.
4. Procter, Addison G. Lincoln and the convention of 1860 - an address before the Chicago Historical Society. April 4, 1918. Chicago: Chicago Historical Society, 1918. 29 pages.
5. The Pupit and Rostrum. Nos. 34 & 35; June, 1865.
(A) Hon. George Bancroft's Oration, pronounced in New York, April 25, 1865, at the Obsequies of Abraham Lincoln.
(B). The Funeral Ode, by William Cullen Bryant.
(C) President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation, January 1, 1863.
(D) His Last Inaugural Address, March 4, 1865.
(E) Correct Portrait of the Late President Lincoln. New York: Schermerhorn, Bancroft & Co., 1865. 23 pages
6. Putnam, George Haven. Abraham Lincoln the Great Captain - Personal reminiscences by a veteran of the Civil War. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1928.
7. Putnam's: Vol. 6, no. 35; November, 1870. "Mr. Lincoln and the Petitioners." Pages 527-536. (incomplete issue)
8. The Quill Club. A life portrait of Abraham Lincoln. New York, February 16, 1909. unpaged.
9. Quinn, Joseph A. Abraham Lincoln on the coming of the Caterpiller tractor, 1929. 20 pages. 2 copies
10. Randall, J. G. Has the Lincoln theme been exhausted? (Reprinted from the American Historical Review; Vol. 41, no. 2; January, 1936). Pages 270-294.
11. Rankin, Henry B. Lincoln's Cooper Institute Speech. State Register Print, 1917. 16 pages.; Rankin, J. E. Moses and Joshua: A discourse on the death of Abraham Lincoln, preached in the Winthrop Church, Charlestown. Boston: Dakin and Metcalf, 1865. 16 pages.
12. Rathbone, Hon. Henry R. Abraham Lincoln. February 12, 1924. Washington: Govt. Printing Office, 1924. 8 pages. 2 copies
13. Reader's Digest: July, 1936. "Lincoln goes to Gettysburg." Pages 23-26. (incomplete issue)
14. Reed, Hon. Chauncey W. Abraham Lincoln - lover of humanity. Address to the District of Columbia Society of the Dames of the Loyal Legion on February 12, 1938. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Printing Office, 1938. Decatur Homesteads - Decatur, Ind. Project No. 4 3/3/1939
15. Reed, Hon. Chauncey W. Abraham Lincoln - A man for the ages. February 12, 1936. Washington: U.S. Govt. Printing Office. 8 pages.; Reed, Lina Brown. Outline of Lincoln literature from "The Dial", March 16, 1903. unpaged
16. Read, Thomas Buchanan. A newly discovered and hitherto unpublished contemporary of Abraham Lincoln. Ohio: C.H. Kunning. 2 leaflets; Reeves, Robert N. Abraham Lincoln his religion. Chicago: H. L. Green, no date. 8 pages
17. Reid, Whitelaw. Abraham Lincoln. London: Harrison and Sons, 1910. 50 pages.
18. Reiter, Harriet G. The boyhood of Lincoln. Dansville, N.Y.: F.A. Owen Publishing Co. 32 pages.; Reiter, Harriet G. The story of Lincoln. Dansville, N.Y.: F.A. Owen Publishing Co., 1906. 30 pages.
19. The Republican: February 7, 1925. "Abraham Lincoln - the seer." unpaged.
20. Republican Club. Proceedings at the 17th Annual Lincoln Dinner. New York: Freytag Printing Co., 1903.
21. Republican Club. Thirty-ninth Annual Lincoln Dinner. February 12, 1925. unpaged.
22. Review of Reviews: No date. "Lincoln as a neighbor." Pages 181-188. unpaged.; Reynolds, Lewis Gardner. A wonderful hour with Abraham Lincoln. No date. Leaflet.
23. Roldan, Salvador Camacho. Abraham Lincoln. Translated from La Opinion, Bogota, Colombia, June 7, 1865. 9 pages.; Roosevelt, Theodore. Message from the President of the United States. 60th Congress, 2d Session; Doc. No. 1345. Unpaged.
24. Ross, Earle D. Lincoln and Agriculture. Reprinted from Agricultural History: Vol. 3, No. 2; April, 1929. Pages 51-66.
25. Round Table: No. 360; February 11, 1945. "With Malice toward None." Chicago: University of Chicago, 1945. Pages 1-24.; Rusling, Gen. James F. Lincoln and Sickles. Third Army Corps Union, May, 1910.
26. Rossell, L. E. Abraham Lincoln - A contribution toward a bibliography. 24 pages. Cedar Rapids, Iowa: The Torch Press, 1910.
27. Rutledge, Archibald. "A Southerner Views Lincoln." (No date/magazine name.) p. 204-213.
28. Ryan, Daniel J. Lincoln and Ohio. Columbus, Ohio: The Ohio State Arch. and Historical Society, 1923. 281 pages.
29. Sandburg, Carl. Abraham Lincoln, the Prairie Years. New York: Harcourt, Brace, and Company, 1926. 34 pages.
30. Scribner's Monthly: Vol. 6, no. 3; July,1873. The later life and religious sentiments of Abraham Lincoln. Pages 333-344. (incomplete issue); Scribner's Monthly: Vol. 16, no. 6; October, 1878. "A trip with Lincoln, Chase and Stanton." Pages 813-822. (incomplete issue); Scribner's Monthly: Vol. 18, no. 4; August, 1879. "Lincoln's Imagination." Pages 584-587. (incomplete issue); Scribner's Monthly: Vol. 14, no. 5; November, 1895. "Historic Moment: The nomination of Lincoln." Page 645-656. (incomplete issue)
31. Scribner's IvIa2azine: July, 1909. "Lincoln as Commander-in-chief." Reprinted 1909. unpaged.
32. Scrippts, John Locke. Life of Abraham Lincoln, annotated. Peoria, Illinois: Edward J. Jacob, 1931. 72 pages.
33. Sellery, George Clarke. Lincoln's Suspension of Habeas Corpus as Viewed by Congress. No. 149 Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin, April 1907. 73 pages.

Box 25
1. Shepard Book company. Bulletin No. 46. Original Lincoln Proclamation burned. Salt Lake City, Utah.
2. Sheppard, Congressman Morris. Abraham Lincoln. February 12, 1908 at the Republican Club Banquet, New York. 15 pages.
3. Shennan, Gen. William Tecumseh. Christmas greetings 1864. Chicago: Ralph G. Newman, (The Home of Books, Inc.,) Christmas, 1940.
4. Shipton, A. W. Lincoln's Association with the Journal. Springfield, Illinois: Illinois State Journal, September 27, 1939. Unpaged.
5. Shutes, Milton H. Blurb for: Lincoln and the Doctors. Fort Wayne, Indiana. No date.; Sizoo, Rev. Joseph Richard. "Abraham Lincoln - A Heritage and Hope." Washington, D.C.: February 8, 1925. 16 pages.
6. Sizoo, Rev. Joseph Richard. The voice of Lincoln. Preached Sunday, February 7, 1932. 14 pages.; Sizoo, Rev. Joseph Richard. Where Abraham Lincoln went to church. Washington, D.C.: No date.
7. Skinner, Hubert M. The Lincoln-Douglas Debate. Lincoln-Jefferson University, 1909. 14 p.
8. Smith, Elmer A. Abraham Lincoln: An Illinois Central Lawyer. A paper read at a meeting of the Western Conference of Railway Counsel, February 13, 1945. 23 pages.
9. Smith, George D. Abraham Lincoln. Books and pamphlets, medals and busts, personal relics, autograph, letters, and documents. New York: M.B. Brown Printing and Binding, 1914. Unpaged.
10. Smith, Lloyd E. Speeches of Lincoln. Blue Book No. 214. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman Julius Co., 1924. 64 pages.; Smith, T. V. Echoes from Springfield: Leaves from the First Legislative Record. n.d. 24 p.
11. Smith, T. V. Lincoln: Living Legend. First Abraham Lincoln lecture at Cooper Union, New York City, February 11, 1940. (first draft) 25 pages2 copies.
12. Smoot, Hon. Reed. Abraham Lincoln - Statesman. Speech of Hon. Reed Smoot of Utah in the Senate of the United States, Saturday, February 12, 1927. Washington: U.S. Govt. Printing Office, 1927. 8 pages.
13. Snowden, George R. Some phases of the life and character of Abraham Lincoln. Commandery of the State of Pennsylvania, February 11, 1914. 17 pages. 2 copies.
14. Society for Correct Civil War Information with Index. Evanston, Illinois.
(A) Nos. 1-12 (October 1935 - September, 1936)
(B) Nos. 13-24 (October, 1936 - September, 1937
(C) Nos. 69-60(January, 1940 - December, 1940)
(D) Nos. 61-64 (January, 1941 - April, 1941)
15. Society for Correct Civil War Information Bulletin. Evanston, Illinois.
(A) Nos. 46-47 - October-November, 1939
(B) Nos. 56-57 - August-September, 1940
(C) Nos. 65-66 - May--June, 1941
(D) No. 51 - March, 1940
16. Society for Correct Civil War Information Bulletin.
(A) Nos. 41-43 - May-July, 1939
(B) No. 49 - January, 1940
(C) No. 52 - April, 1940
(D) No. 54-55 - June, July, 1940
17. Spear, Rev. Samuel T. The punishment of treason: A discourse preached April 23, 1865 in the South Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn. Brooklyn: "The Union" Steam Presses, 1865. 38 pages.
18. Speed, Joshua F. Reminiscences of Abraham Lincoln and notes of a visit to California. Louisville, Kentucky: John P. Morton & Co., 1884. 67 pages.
19. Springfield, Massachusetts. The Nation weeping for its dead. Observances at Springfield, Massachusetts, on President Lincoln's funeral day, Wednesday, April 19, 1865 including Dr. Holland's eulogy. Springfield, Mass.: Samuel Bowles & Co., 1865. 32 pages.
20. Squire, Dick. Lincolniana miscellany. Bedord, Ohio: The Lincoln Press, 1954. 15 p.; Starr, Jr., John W. The duel personality of Abraham Lincoln. Privately printed, 1928. 23 p.
21. Starr, Jr., John W. New light on Lincoln's last day. Privately printed, 1926. 22 pages.
22. Starr, Jr., John W. What was Abraham Lincoln's religion. Excerpt from the Magazine of History: Vol. 15, no. 1; January, 1912. No. 6 of 10 copies issued in this form. 37 pages.
23. Stern, Philip Van Doren. Brief excerpts from: The Man Who Killed Lincoln. No date. unpaged.; Stewart, Judd. List of books and pamphlets relating to Abraham Lincoln for sale. No date. 9 pages.
24. Stewart, Judd. Some Lincoln correspondence with Southern leaders before the outbreak of the Civil War. From the collection of Judd Stewart, 1909. 19 pages.
25. Stoddard, Richard Henry. Abraham Lincoln: An Horation Ode. New York: Bunce & Huntington, 1865. 12 pages.
26. Storrick, W. C. The battle of Gettysburg. Harrisburg, PA: J. Horace McFarland Co., 1949. 80 pages.
27. 729. Storrs, Richard S. Oration commemorative of President Lincoln. Brooklyn: "The Union" Steam Presses, 1865. 65 pages.
28. The Summit County Bar. Banquet given by the Summit County Bar in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln 1809-1909. Akron, Ohio, February 12, 1909. Program and menu. (unpaged); The Summons. "Lincoln's Law Books". No date. Pages 7-10. (incomplete issue)
29. Sumner, Charles. Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln, delivered before the municipal authorities of the city of Boston, June 1, 1865. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865. 61 pages.
30. Sumner, Charles. The crime against Kansas. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner in the Senate of the United States, May 19-20, 1856. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1856. 95 p.
31. Surratt, John H. Life, trial, and adventures of John H. Surratt, the conspirator. Philadelphia: Barclay and Co., 1867. 136 pages.
32. Swain, Rev. Leonard. A sermon preached on the Sabbath after the assassination of President Lincoln, in the Central Congregational Church, April 15, 1865. 11 pages.

Box 26
1. Swann Auction Galleries. Sale No. 121. A superb library of Lincolniana. June 7, 1945. 34 p.; Sweet, Forest H. Directory of collectors of books, autographs, prints and other historical material relating to Abraham Lincoln. Battle Creek, Michigan: Forest H. Sweet, 1946. Unpaged.
2. Sweet, Forest H. Directory of collectors of book, autographs, prints, and other historical material relating to Abraham Lincoln. Battle Creek, Mich.; Forest H. Sweet, 1949. Unpaged.
3. Sweetser, Seth. Commemorative discourse on the death of Abraham Lincoln. Worcester, Mass.: 1865. 29 pages.
4. Taft, President. Address of President Taft at the Lincoln Birthday Banquet of the Republican Club of the City of New York, February 12, 1910. (Doc. No. 361) Washington: Govt. Printing Office, 1910. 16 pages.; Tandy, Francis D. Abraham Lincoln - An appreciation. New York: Francis D. Tandy Co., no date. 16 pages.
5. Taylor, H. S. Lincoln's words on living questions. Chicago, Ill.: Trusty Publishing Co., 1900.
6. Temple Law Quarterly: Vol. 9, no. 3; April, 1935. Philadelphia: Temple University School of Law, 1935. "Lincoln the lawyer," by Francis Chapman. Pages 277-291.
7. The Terrible Tragedy at Washington - Assassination of President Lincoln... Philadelphia: Barclay & Co., 1865. 116 pages.
8. Thomas, Benjamin P. Lincoln's New Salem. (blurb) Springfield, Illinois: Abraham Lincoln Assoc.
9. Thompson, C. M. The Lincoln Way. Springfield, Ill.: Illinois State Journal Co., 1913. 22 p.
10. Thompson, Joseph P. Abraham Lincoln, his life, and its lessons. New York: Loyal Publication Society, 1865. 38 pages.
11. Tilberg, Frederick. Gettysburg - National Military Park. Historical Handbook Series, No. 9. Washington, D.C., 1950. 52 pages.
12. Tilton, Clint Clay. Lincoln and Lamon: Partners and Friends. Illinois: Illinois State Historical Society. Publication No. 38. No date. 56 pages.
13. Townsend, William H. Lincoln and liquor. New York: The Press of Pioneers, Inc., 1934. unpaged.; Trails and Shrines of Abraham Lincoln. Decatur, Illinois: Lincoln Memorial Publishing Co., 1934. 27 pages.
14. Trial of Abraham Lincoln by the great statesmen of the Republic. New York: New York Metropolitan Record, 1863. 29 pages. Valuable
15. Truesdell, Winfred Porter. Engraved and lithographed portraits of Abraham Lincoln. Champlain: Privately printed at the Troutsdale Press, 1933. Unpaged.
16. Tyler, Lyon G. Confederate leader and other citizens request the house of delegates ~to repeal the Resolution of Respect to Abraham Lincoln, the Barbarian. 16 pages. No date.; Tyson, James A. List No. 12; January, 1927. A short list of books, pamphlets, and excerpt pamphlets relating to A. Lincoln. Unpaged.
17. The Union League of Philadelphia. Annual Report, 1926. 183 pages.
18. Union League of Philadelphia. Proceedings of the Union League of Philadelphia, regarding the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States. Philadelphia: Henry B. Ashmead, 1865. 22 pages.
19. U.S. Congress. Invitation to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the second inauguration of Abraham Lincoln. March 4, 1965.; U. S. Congress. 60th Congress, 2d Session, Senate Con. Resolution No. 55, December 14, 1908. 3 pages. (establishment of a day, to honor birth of A. Lincoln
20. U.S. Congress. 64th Congress, lst Session. House Document 1056. Speeches in the House of Representatives April 5, 12, 1916. 108 pages. (acceptance of the deed to the Abraham Lincoln homestead)
21. U.S. Congress. 68th Congress, lst Session. House of Representatives Report No. 799. To declare Lincoln's birthday a legal holiday in the District of Columbia. 3 pages.; U.S. Congress. 69th Congress, lst Session. House of Representatives. Doc. No. 8319. January 25, 1926. A bill for the purchase of the Oldroyd collection of Lincoln relics. 2 pages.; U.S. Congress. 69th Congress, lst Session. Union Calendar No. 269, S. 957 (Report No. 789). March 15, 1926. An act for the purchase of the Oldroyd Collection of Lincoln relics. 2 copies.
22. U.S. Congress. Congressional Record, 75th Congress. Vol. 83, No. 28. Washington: Monday, February 7, 1938. 'Pages 1973-2091.
23. U.S. Congress, 64th Congress, lst session. H. Doc. 1056) Speeches in the House of Representatives, April 5, 12, 1916. "Homestead of Abraham Lincoln." Washington: Govt. Printing Office, 1916. 108 pages. 2 copies.
24. U.S. Dept of the Interior. National Park Service, Abraham Lincoln National Park (Hodgenville, Kentucky) February, 1938. Unpaged.; U.S. Government. Public Law 85-262, 85th Congress, H. J. Resolution 351, September 2, 1957. Joint Resolution to establish a Lincoln sesquicentennial commission. 3 pages.
25. U.S. Government. Public Law 87-1, HJ Resolution 155, March 1, 1961. Joint Resolution to create a joint committee to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first inaugural of Abraham Lincoln. 2 pages.; U.S. Government. Public Law 87-775, 85th Congress, H.J. Resolution 648. August 27th, 1958. Joint Resolution. Providing for a joint session of congress for commemorating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln.; U.S. Government. 60th Congress, lst Session. Report No. 1641, House of Representatives to aid Lincoln Farm Association to build and endow a National Memorial on site of Lincoln birthplace farm in Kentucky. 3 pages.; U.S. House of Representatives. 76th Congress, 3rd Session. H. Resolution 394. February 23, 1940 by Mr. Smith. Documents and material relating to the life and works of Abraham Lincoln,-, which have been compiled by and now in the possession of Emanuel Hertz, be printed as a House document. U.S. Senate. 76th Congress, 3rd Session. S. Res. 237. February 15, 1940 by Mr. Lucas. That the documents and material relating to the life and works of Abraham Lincoln,...which have been compiled by and are now in the possession of Emanuel Hertz, be printed as a Senate document.
26. Unveiling the statue of Abraham Lincoln. Official program, 1874. Unpaged.
27. Van Norman Book Co.
(A) List 147 Lincolniana.
(B) The Prairie Bookseller #2, May, 1945.
28. Vincent, Elizabeth K. In the days of Lincoln. Gardena, California: Spanish American Institute Press, 1924.; Vincent, Rev. Marvin R. A sermon on the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Troy, New York: A.W. Scribner, 1865. 47 pages.

Box 27
1. Vincent, Thomas M. Abraham Lincoln and Edwin M. Stanton. Washington, D.C.: Burnside Post, 1890. 26 pages.
2. Vose, Reuben. The life and speeches of Abraham Lincoln, and Hannibal Hamlin. New York: Hilton, Gallaher & Co., 1860. 118 pages.
3. The Wadsworth Atheneum: Vol. 1, no. 4; October, 1923. The Lincoln Greeley Letter. Hartford, Conn.: 1923. 10 pages.; Walden, Rev. Treadwell. A sermon preached on the Sunday before the death of the President, and two addresses, on the Sunday and Wednesday following, in St. Clement's Church, Philadelphia. Philadelphia: Sherman & Co., 1865. 41 pages.
4. Walker, Hon. R. J. Letter of R. J. Walker in favor of the reelection of Abraham Lincoln. London: Sept. 30, 1864. 20 pages.; Wallace, Mrs. Frances. Lincoln's marriage. September 2, 1895. Springfield, Illinois: Privately printed, no date. Unpaged.
5. War Power of the President. Summary imprisonment - habeas corpus. Loyal Publication Society, No. 32 (1863). 10 pages.; Warren, Louis A. Abraham Lincoln - A concise biography. Fort Wayne, Indiana: The Lincoln National Life Insurance Co., 1934. 22 pages.
6. Warren, Louis A. Abraham Lincoln interprets the Constitution. Fort Wayne, Indiana: The Lincoln National Life Insurance Co., 1940. Unpaged. 2 copies.; Warren, Louis A. The Lincoln Digest: Fort Wayne, Ind.: Lincoln National Life Insurance Co. Bulletin No. 2: Scout Abraham Lincoln. 3: Lincoln's diversified occupations. 5: Lincoln's manual for lawyers. 6: Lincoln's military manual. 7: 100 outstanding events in Lincoln's-life.
7. Warren, Louis A. From White House to Log Cabin. Hodgenville, KY: Louis A. Warren, 1921. unpaged.
8. Warren, Louis A. Herndon's contribution to Lincoln mythology. Reprinted from the Indiana Magazine of History: Vol. 41, September, 1945. Pages 221-244.
9. Warren, Louis A. Lincoln on metal, silk, and paper. February 11, 1929. Fort Wayne, Ind.: Lincoln National Life Insurance Co., 1929. Unpaged.
10. Warren, Louis A. Lincoln Memorial Building. Hodgenville, KY: Herald News Co., 1921.; Warren, Louis A. Little known facts about Thanksgiving and Lincoln's Proclamation. Fort Wayne, Ind.: Lincoln National Life Insurance Co., 1939. 8 pages.
11. Warren, Louis A. Little known Lincoln episodes. Fort Wayne, Ind.: Lincoln National Life Insurance Co., 1934. 18 pages.; Warren, Louis A. The Slavery atmosphere of Lincoln's youth. Fort Wayne, Ind.: Lincolniana Publishers, 1933. Unpaged.
12. Warren, Louis A. Souvenir of Lincoln National Park. Hodgenville, KY: Herald Publ. Co., 1920. Unpaged.
13. Washburne, E. B. Abraham Lincoln, his personal history and public record. Delivered in the U.S. House of Rep., May 29, 1860. 8 pages.
14. Washington. State College, Pullman. The Lincoln collection of the State College of Washington. No date. (brochure)
15. Watterson, Henry. Abraham Lincoln. Louisville, KY: Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., 1899. 47 pages.
16. Weldon, Lawrence. In Memoriam, 1829-1905. (Early associate of A. Lincoln.)
17. West Virginia, State of. The Lincoln Centenary, February 12, 1909. Charleston: Tribune Publishing Co., 1909. 48 pages.
18. White, Charles T. Lincoln and the newspapers. Hancock, N.Y.: Hancock-Herald Print, 1924. 21 pages.
19. White, Horace. Abraham Lincoln in 1854. Address delivered January 30, 1908. Springfield, Illinois. 24 pages.
20. White, Horace. The Lincoln and Douglas debates. Chicago, Illinois: University of Chicago, 1914. 32 pages. 2 copies.
21. Wilbur, Henry W. Friends with Lincoln in the White House. Philadelphia, 1913. 32 pages.; Wilson, William T. The death of President Lincoln, April 19, 1865. Albany: Weed, Parsons, and Co., 1865. 25 pages.
22. Wilson, M. L. Lincoln and Roosevelt Memorial Tribute, April 15, 1945.
23. Wilson, Rufus Rockwell. The works of Abraham Lincoln. Privately printed, The Primavera Press, 1940. Unpaged.; Wilson, Samuel. Abraham Lincoln and apostle of temperance and prohibition. Westerville, Ohio: American Issue Co., no date. 14 pages.
24. Wines, Frederick Howard. The greatness of Abraham Lincoln. Springfield, Illinois: 1905. 25 pages.; Wing, Henry E. When Lincoln kissed me. New York and Cincinnati: The Abingdon Press, 1913. 39 pages.
25. Whipple, Wayne. The little life of Lincoln. Indianapolis: W.K. Stewart Co., no date. Unpaged.; Wisconsin, University of. The University's tribute to her men of the service and the dedication of Lincoln Terrace. June 24, 1919. Unpaged.
26. Witt, Peter. Abraham Lincoln - The man of sorrow. Ohio: William Feather Co., 1938. 15 p.
27. Woodbridge, F. E. John H. Surratt, 30th Congress, 2d Session. Report No. 33. 18 pages.
28. Yankee: Vol. 8, no. 2; February, 1942. Lincoln and the Yankee Gunsmith, by Robert Barton. Dublin, N.H.: Yankee Inc., 1942. 74 pages.; Young Folk's Library of Choice Literature. Abraham Lincoln. Boston: Educational Publishing Co., no date. 32 pages.
29. Young Lawyer's Reminiscence about Lincoln in 1858.Typed manuscript.
30. Letter from William A. Meloy to J. W. Meloy on Lincoln's Death, April 20, 1865. Typed copy, 3 p.
31. Abraham LincolnA History
32. FragmentsLincoln's Last Struggle; My Story of Lincoln
33. Grant, U.S. Grant's tribute to Lincoln. Compiled and edited by Charles T. White; Brooklyn, N.Y., 1932. 18 p. Number 32 of 100 copies. Autographed to M. L. Wilson.
34. The Human Side of Lincoln
35. Personal Recollections of Lincoln by the Marquis de Chambran
36. The Old Print Shop Portfolio
37. Under the Flag and Flowers
38. The Unfinished Work; A Lincoln Sunday Program. American Missionary Association. Feb. 10, 1924.

Box 28
1. M. L. Wilson, Correspondence, 1914, 1916, 1933
2. M. L. Wilson, Lincolniana Correspondence, 1914, 1925-28, 1964, 1970
3. M. L. Wilson, Clippings
4. Memorabilia
5. Memorabilia, Badge worn at Lincoln's funeral.
6. Memorabilia, Lincoln Stamps
7. Memorabilia, Verse
8. Memorabilia, Kate Wilson's Family Tree
9. Memorabilia, Wigwam Edition
10. Clippings, Lincoln's Birthday
11. Clippings, Duel; Ford Theater
12. Clippings, Lincoln Family
13. Clippings, Lincoln's Funeral
14. Clippings, 1862-1863 (facsimile)
15. Clippings, 1908, 1914, 1919
16. Clippings, 1922-1929
17. Clippings, 1930-1932
18. Clippings, 1935-1937
19. Clippings, 1938-1940
20. Clippings, 1945-1948
21. Clippings, 1967-69; 1976-1983
22. Clippings, undated
23. Bibliography, Lists of books, pamphlets on Lincoln
24. Lincolniana catalogues
25. Book Blurbs
26. Anderson GalleriesJohn Burton; Emanuel Hertz
27. Lincoln Portraits
28. Lincoln Portraits, Clippings
29. Lincoln Portraits, Lincoln Note cards
30. Lincoln Portraits, Mary Todd print; Judd Stewart print of Lincoln (#7)
31. Photographs #1-8
#1. Lincoln Family
#2. Abraham Lincoln
#3. Bust of Abraham Lincoln
#4. Collage of Lincoln pictures for his birth centennial
#5. Lincoln Cabin, Ball Knob, Larue County, Ky. This was the boyhood home of Lincoln. He lived six years in this cabin just a few miles north of Hodgenville, his birthplace
#6-7. Monument site of the Gettysburg Address
#8. Raymond Massey in "Abe Lincoln in Illinois"

Box 29
1. Lincoln Portraits July 4, 1856; President Elect, 1860
2. Piece of hand hewn board with a wooden peg (under this roof at Elizabethtown, KY, December 2, 1819, Abraham Lincoln's father, Thomas Lincoln, married Mrs. Sally Bush Johnson)
3. Square nails

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