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Collection — Box: 85
Scope and Contents Copy of letter to John G. Nicolay with copy of photograph of Lincoln in casket at New York City. States he found the photo in his father's things and is sending it to Nicolay.
Dates: Created: January 17, 1887
Overview A collection of nearly 2000 individual broadsides/posters relating to to the life and legacy of Abraham Lincoln.
Dates: 1810 - 2018
Found in: Audiovisual Collection
Collection — Box: 91
Scope and Contents Letter from Lexington, Kentucky to "My Dear Doctor". Returned with the Kentucky delegation from Springfield where attended Lincoln's funeral. Mentions kindness shown the delegation by Governor Oglesby. Sends a lock of Lincoln's hair. Requests notice from Springfield Journal be inserted in Press re: Kentucky resolutions.
Dates: Created: May 11, 1865
Collection — Box: 76
Scope and Contents Resolution, April 25, 1865 presented by Stephen T. Logan in memorial to the slain president and friend to many of that bar and in order to show their respect and sincere sympathy they adjourn and attend the funeral. Written and signed by Charles H. Lanphier, clerk. Resolution, Nov. 30, 1885, presented by Judge William L. Gross on the death of Major John T. Stuart, that the court adjourn and they proceed as a body to the home of "their deceased brother" to attend the funeral.
Dates: Created: 1865, 1885
Collection — Box: 80
Scope and Contents Letters to her family, the James Prescotts of Deerfield Center, New Hampshire. The first is sent from Livingston Falls, Maine and makes references to the war and the draft and advises that she would "skedadle to Canada". The next three letters are from Illinois and discuss family and friends and the differences between the farms, the climate, the roads, cost of living and the illnesses in Illinois and New England. Describes Lincoln's funeral as "wicked to spend so much money in such a way."...
Dates: Created: 1863 - 1865
Collection — Box: 88
Scope and Contents Letter to "Hon. S. Foot, Chairman of the Committee on the Death of the Late President" asking for their support in producing a marble statue of Lincoln
Dates: Created: December 18, 1865