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Guide to the Abraham Lincoln Collection [facsimile], 1846-1865 M0024
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Box 1, Folder A

Lincoln letters in facsimile

 

To three men in answer to an inquiry regarding his "house divided" speech, 1860 Feb. 14

 

To Hon. O. H. Browning. Delaware Indians and railroad right-of-way, 1861 Jan. 20

 

Regarding a petition to free the slaves, 1864 Apr. 15

 

Two letters to Major Thomas T. Eckert relating to the abortive Hampton Roads Peace Conference of Jan. 30 - Feb. 4, 1865

Box 1, Folder B

Lincoln addresses in facsimile

 

Sectionalism. Includes information on Lincoln's relationshipe with William W. Wyatt 1856 Oct. 1.

 

Gettysburg Address 1863

Box 1, Folder C

Lincoln signature: letter requesting a commission, endorsed by Lincoln, 1863 May 28, 1863 June 1

Map-case 

Lincoln signature: Appointment signed by Lincoln, 1863 May 19

Box 1, Folder D

National Union Party flyer; and invitation to accompany Lincoln's body to Springfield, 1865 Apr. 20

Box 1, Folder E

Lincoln letters in facsimile

 

Lincoln to Dear Doctor [Anson Henry], 1860 Sept. 22

Physical Description: Photostat
 

Lincoln to Cassius M. Clay, 1862 Aug. 12

Physical Description: Printed format
Box 1, Folder F

H. H. Dean letter to his children in which he describes the recent Republican convention just completed in Chicago, 1860 May 27

Box 1, Folder G

Miscellaneous documents

 

Bishop Simpson's Lincoln Funeral copy (facsimile) of first publication

 

"Four Days in May," pamphlet re Illinois' participation in funeral

 

Gettysburg Address, facsimile copy

Box 1, Folder H

University of Kentucky Library Lincoln Facsimiles

 

#12. Letter to Henry Asbury, 1858 July 31

 

#13. Letter to Horace Greeley, [1861] July 15

 

#14a. Letter to William Herndon, 1848 Feb. 2

 

#14b. Letter to William Herndon, 1848 July 11

 

#18. Telegram to Major General Geo. G. Meade, 1865 Aug. 27

 

#19. Letter to Abraham Jonas, 1860 Feb. 4

 

#20. Letter to Major General Meade, 1865 Sept. 24

 

#22. Letter to Mrs. Amanda H. Hall, 1865 March 20

 

#23. Letter to Edward Everett, 1865 Nov. 20

 

#24 Letter of Sec. of War, 1865 Apr. 10

 

#25 Letter to Maj. Gen. Halleck, 1863 Oct. 16

 

#26 Copy of Gettyburg address

 

#27a Letter to William H. Herndon, 1848 Feb. 2

 

#27b Letter to William H. Herndon, 1848 July 11

 

#28 Part of a mss. in which Lincoln wrote the 12 verses of his favorite poem, "Mortality"

 

#29 "Order of procession at Gettysburg" and "Programme at Gettysburg"

 

#30 Two poems, printed, re Lincoln's death: "The Nation is Weeping" by Louise S. Upham; "Lincoln Lies Sleeping" by Natham Upham

 

Map #7 Map of Kentucky, 1846

Box 1, Folder I

"Andrew Johnson was Southern Unionist," newsclipping from San Jose Mercury, 1972 July 23