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Abraham Lincoln /

Authors:
Morse, John Torrey,
Item ID:
71200908409507; 71200908409508
Publisher:
Cambridge, [Mass.] : Printed at the Riverside Press, 1893.
Edition:
Large-paper ed. / with added engravings and manuscript inserts.
Call Number:
E457 .M882 1893A
Physical Description:
2 v. : ill., ports. ; 23 cm.
Topic:
Presidents -- United States -- Biography.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 -- Miscellanea.
Note:
Includes index.; This unique ed. includes various printed engravings and original letters and documents bound in.; "Two hundred and fifty copies printed: number 213"--T.p. verso.; "Extra illustrated, 1893"--Base of spine.; CLICK ON WEB ADDRESS TO REACH SELECTED VOLUMES.; v. 1. The raw material -- The start in life -- Love ; A duel ; Law ; and Congress -- North and South -- The Lincoln-Douglas joint debate -- Election -- Interregnum -- The beginning of war -- A real president, and not a real battle -- The first act of the McClellan drama -- Military matters outside of Virginia -- Foreign affairs.; v. 2. Emancipation and politics -- The second act of the McClellan drama -- The third and closing act of the McClellan drama -- The autumn elections of 1862, and the proclamation of emancipation -- Battles and sieges: December, 1862-December, 1863 -- Sundries -- The turn of the tide -- Reconstruction -- Renomination -- Military successes, and the reelection of the President -- The end comes into sight; the second inauguration -- Emancipation completed -- The fall of Richmond, and the assassination of President Lincoln.; Inserted documents, v. 1. On inserted page following contents p., a cameo portrait of Abraham Lincoln (Bureau Engraving & Printing) -- Inserted after p. 2, Letter to Artemas Hale (Bridgewater, Mass.) from Johnson Smith (Hingham, Mass.), 1840 [?], 2 pages (25 cm., folded to 22 cm.) -- Inserted after p. 6, a portrait of Daniel Boone (engraved by J.B. Longacre from an original painting by C. Harding) -- Inserted after p. 8, a note to Alan Stedman from J.G. Holland, Feb. 3, 1879 (handwritten in black ink on Scribner's monthly note card, affixed to leaf) -- Inserted after p. 12, a cameo portrait of Henry Clay (Bureau Engraving & Printing) -- Inserted after p. 18, an engraving entitled The pioneer (Bureau Engraving & Printing) -- Inserted after p. 22, a portrait of A. Lincoln (engraved by A.B. Hall, New York) --; Inserts, v. 1 (cont.). Inserted after p. 28, a portrait of J.G. Holland (engraving by F. Halpin from photo by Kurtz) -- Inserted after p. 36, a portrait of Robert Anderson (engraving) -- Inserted after p. 38, a portrait of Andrew Jackson (etched by H.B. Hall, New York) -- Inserted after p. 42, a note signed by J.G. Holland, Springfield, Oct. 2, 1865 (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 50, a portrait of Hugh Lawson White (engraved by T.B. Welch from a painting by E.G. Leutze) -- Inserted after p. 52, a portrait of William Pitt (engraved by J. Posselwhite from a picture by Hoppner) -- Inserted after p. 58, a portrait of Thomas Clarkson, 1840 (engraved by J. Cochran after a painting by H. Room) ; and a letter to William from W. Wilberforce, Nov. 30th, Palace Yard (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 60, a cameo portrait of William Henry Harrison ; and a sheet (7 x 24 cm., folded to 7 x 13 cm., affixed to leaf) of handwritten autographs (including that of John Tyler, Jr.) ; and a portrait of John Tyler (Bureau Engraving & Printing) --; Inserts, v. 1 (cont.). Inserted after p. 66, a portrait of Stephen T. Logan (engraving) -- Inserted after p. 68, a letter (25 cm., folded to 14 x 20 cm., affixed to leaf) to M.D. Phillips from Interior Secretary Orville H. Browning, June 25th, 1868 (handwritten in black ink on Department of the Interior letterhead) -- Inserted after p. 70, a portrait of Henry Clay (engraved by W.G. Jackman from a daguerreotype by Brady) -- Inserted after p. 72, a portrait of Edward D. Baker (engraved by J.C. Buttre after a photograph by W.L German) -- Inserted after p. 74, a portrait of John Quincy Adams (engraving after painting by Edward Dalton Marchant) -- Inserted after p. 78, a portrait of Zachary Taylor (etched by H.B. Hall, New York) -- Inserted after p. 80, a letter (20 x 20 cm., folded to 12 x 20 cm., affixed to leaf) to James M. Carlisle from W.W. Seaton, Washington, August 1st, 1865 ; and a portrait of J.R. Gidding (engraved by J.C. Buttre) --; Inserts, v. 1 (cont.). Inserted after p. 86, a portrait of James K. Polk ([engraved by] J. Reich) -- Inserted after p. 92, a portrait of Franklin Pierce (engraved by H.B. Hall, New York) -- Inserted after p. 94, a portrait of Thomas H. Benton (J. Rogers, New York) -- Inserted after p. 96, a letter to L.S. Merchant from Lyman Trumbull, undated (handwritten in black ink on U.S. Senate Chamber stationery) ; and, a portrait of Lyman Trumbull (Munsell & Co., New York) -- Inserted after p. 100, an autograph of S.G. Haven, Buffalo, N.Y., affixed to leaf (handwritten in black ink) ; and a letter to C.A. Wickliffe from A.J. Donelson, Nashville, Nov. 23rd, 1843 (handwritten in black ink) ; and, a portrait of Millard Fillmore (engraved by H.B. Hall, New York) -- Inserted after p. 106, a portrait of Daniel Webster (engraved by W.G. Jackman after a deguerreotype by Whipple) -- Inserted after p. 116, a portrait of E.B. Washburne (Bureau Engraving & Printing) ; and, a note to John C. Rives from [unknown], Jan 4, 1862, House of Representatives --; Inserts, v. 1 (cont.). Inserted after p. 128, autograph of Franklin Pierce (handwritten in black ink), on sheet affixed to leaf -- Inserted after p. 142, a portrait of Robert Anderson (engraved by J.C. Buttre) -- Inserted after p. 152, a portrait of Horace Greeley (engraving) ; and, a letter to [unknown] from Horace Greeley, April 26, 1872, New York (handwritten, in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 162, a portrait of N.B. Judd (Munsell & Co., New York) -- Inserted after p. 164, a cameo illustration, with caption "For President, Stephen A. Douglas," on sheet affixed to leaf -- Inserted after p. 166, a portrait of William L. Dayton (engraved by A.H. Ritchie) -- Inserted after p. 168, a portrait of Simon Cameron (engraved for Rebellion record) -- Inserted after p. 170, a letter to E.F. Noyes from William M. Evarts, Feb. 28, 1881 on Department of State stationery (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 176, a letter dated 24 March 1877 (handwritten in black ink) [source and destination unknown] --; Inserts, v. 1 (cont.). Inserted after p. 178, a portrait of Henry A. Wise (engraving) -- Inserted after p. 180, a portrait of James Buchanan ([engraving by] H.B. Hall, Jr.) -- Inserted after p. 182, a letter (4 p., 26 cm., folded to 13 cm.) to Edward Manigault from S.R. Gist, March 29th, 1861, on Adjutant and Inspector General's Office letterhead, Charleston, S.C. (handwritten, in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 186, a portrait [unidentified] -- Inserted after p. 188, a letter from Isaac Toucey, Secretary of the Navy, to Howland and Aspinwall, Sept. 24th, 1860 (handwritten in black ink on ruled paper) -- Inserted after p. 194, a portrait of De Witt Clinton (Bureau Engraving & Printing) -- Inserted after p. 196, a portrait of Daniel E. Sickles (engraved by A.H. Ritchie) ; and, a letter (2 p. ; 21 cm.) to Horatio C. King from Daniel Sickles, Aug. 25th, 1901, Lake Placid, N.Y. ; and, a portrait of Henry B. Anthony (Bureau Engraving & Printing) -- Inserted after p. 198, a portrait of Lewis Cass (engraved by T.B. Welch from a drawing by J.B. Longacre) --; Inserts, v. 1 (cont.). Inserted after p. 200, a portrait of John A. Dix (engraved by A.H. Ritchie) ; and, a letter to [unknown] from John A. Dix, 21 Oct., New York (handwritten in black ink), on blue sheet affixed to leaf -- Inserted after p. 206, a letter (4 p. ; 27 cm., folded to 14 cm.) to Daniel Ruggles from Confederate Secretary of the Navy Stephen R. Mallory, Jan. 20, 1862 (handwritten in black ink, on Navy Department stationery) -- Inserted after p. 208, a portrait of Alexander Stephens (engraving) -- Inserted after p. 210, a portrait of E.B. Washburne (engraving) -- Inserted after p. 214, a letter (2 p. ; 21 cm.) containing an exchange between Luigi Palma di Cesnola and Benson J. Lossing, Dec., 1883 (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 220, a portrait of Winfield Scott (engraved by A.B. Hall, New York) -- Inserted after p. 218, an illustration of The Capitol (engraving) -- Inserted after p. 234, a letter (25 cm., folded to 13 cm.) to H.M. Gorringe from Secretary of the Navy Gideon Welles, Jan. 9, 1864 (handwritten in black ink, on Navy Department letterhead) --; Inserts, v. 1 (cont.). Inserted after p. 238, a portrait of William Seward (engraved by A.H. Ritchie) -- Inserted after p. 248, a letter (19 cm.) to a Mrs. Carroll in Portland, Maine from P.T.G. Beauregard, March 13th, 1866 (handwritten in black ink on folded half-sheet, affixed to leaf) ; and, a portrait of P.T.G. Beauregard (engraved by Geo. E. Perine) -- Inserted after p. 256, a portrait of John A. Andrew (engraved by Geo. E. Perine) -- Inserted after p. 260, a letter (28 cm., folded to 13 cm.) to O.D. Barrett from Benjamin F. Butler, May 20, 1890 (typescript) -- Inserted after p. 264, a portrait of Robert E. Lee (engraving) -- Inserted after p. 276, a portrait of Salmon P. Chase ([engraved by] H.B. Hall) -- Inserted after p. 280, a letter (3 p. ; 19 cm.) [to William Seward?] from Lord Richard Lyons -- Inserted after p. 282, a portrait of Jefferson Davis (engraved by J.C. Buttre) -- Inserted after p. 296, an undated note (20 cm.) to the editor of the Congressional Globe from Jesse D. Bright (handwritten in black ink) ; and, a letter (2 leaves ; 20 cm.) to Lyman Trumbull (?) from Congressman S.S. Cox, July 24, 1862 (handwritten in black ink) ; and, a portrait of Charles [surname unknown] (engraving by H.B. Hall, Jr.) --; Inserts, v. 1 (cont.). Inserted after p. 298, a portrait of Gen. Robert Patterson (engraving by R. Whitechurch) -- Inserted after p. 304, a portrait of Gen. George B. McClellan -- Inserted after p. 314, a portrait of Gen. Alex S. Webb (engraved by A.H. Ritchie) -- Inserted after p. 318, a letter (2 p. ; 21 cm.) to W.H. Whison from Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks, Feb. 14, 1870 (handwritten in black ink on ruled paper) ; and, a portrait of Gen. Banks (engraved by Geo. E. Perine) -- Inserted after p. 324, a letter (25 cm., folded to 13 x 20 cm.) to Charles Sanman from Gen. M.C. Meigs, Oct. 11, 1861 (handwritten in black ink on ruled stationery of the Quarter-Master General's office) -- Inserted after p. 328, a portrait of Edwin M. Stanton(engraved by A.H. Ritchie) -- Inserted after p. 330, a portrait of Gen. Irwin McDowell (engraved by Geo. E. Perine) -- Inserted after p. 336, an autograph of Gen. George A. McCall affixed to leaf (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 338, a portrait of Gen. George B. McClellan (engraved for Rebellion record) -- Inserted after p. 350, a portrait of Gen. Henry Wager Halleck (engraved by J.C. Buttre) --; Inserts, v. 1 (cont.). Inserted after p. 356, a portrait of John Ericsson (engraved by S. Hollyer) -- Inserted after p. 358, a portrait of Admiral D.G. Farragut (engraved A.H. Ritchie) -- Inserted after p. 370, a portrait of Earl Russell (engraved) -- Inserted after p. 380, a portrait of Captain Charles Wilkes (engraved A.H. Ritchie) ; and, a letter (21 cm., affixed to leaf) to the Secretary of the Navy from Capt. Wilkes, March 1862 (handwritten in black ink on leaf with header: United States Military Telegraph -- Inserted after p. 382, a portrait of Prince Albert (engraved by W. Holl, from a photograph by O.G. Reylander) -- Inserted inside rear flyleaf: "Map to accompany Morse's life of Abraham Lincoln in the American Statesmen series" (Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1893; 41 x 51 cm., folded to 21 cm.) --; Inserts, v. 2. Inserted after contents p., a letter with text "March 11: Please give Washington Sanford a pass to go over the Long Bridge to Camp Distribution, [signed] Mrs. Lincoln" (handwritten in black ink on folded half sheet) -- Inserted inside rear leaf: "Map to accompany Morse's life of Abraham Lincoln in the American Statesmen series" (Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1893; 41 x 51 cm., folded to 21 cm.) -- Inserted after p. 2, a portrait of Ulysses S. Grant (engraving by F. Halpin, from photograph by Brady) -- Inserted after p. 4, a portrait of Gen. Benjamin F. Butler (engraved by J.C. Buttre, from photograph by Silsbee) ; and, a letter (25 cm., folded to 14 x 20 cm.) to O.D. Barrett from Benjamin F. Butler, Nov. 12, 1885 (handwritten in black ink on letterhead of the law offices of Benjamin F. Butler [et al.]) -- Inserted after p. 8, a note (21 cm.) from then-Senator Simon Cameron, Feb. 22, 1859 (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 10, a portrait of Henry Wilson (Bureau Engraving & Printing) -- Inserted after p. 16, a letter (22 cm.) to Horatio King from Gen. Rufus Saxton, Feb. 15, 1892 (handwritten in black ink on folded half-sheet) --; Inserts, v. 2 (cont.). Inserted after p. 22, a letter (2 p. ; 21 cm.) to Leo Child from Congressman John Hickman, Washington, D.C., June 1, 1860 (handwritten in blue ink) -- Inserted after p. 26, a memo (24 cm., folded to 22 cm.) from Senator John B. Henderson, St. Louis, Apr. 21, 1887 (handwritten in black ink on stationery headed: Law Office of J.B. Henderson) ; and, a cameo portrait of Horace Maynard (Bureau Engraving & Printing) -- Inserted after p. 32, a portrait of Gen. Samuel P. Heintzelman (engraved by J.C. Buttre after a photograph by Brady) -- Inserted after p. 34, a letter (5 p. ; 19 cm., affixed to leaf) to Horatio Seymour Feb. 21, 1864 from [unknown] (handwritten in black ink) ; and, a portrait of General Louis Blenker (engraved by Geo. E. Perine, from photograph by Brady) -- Inserted after p. 36, a letter (2 p. ; 20 cm., affixed to leaf) to Major Thornton from General John E. Wool, July 15, 1861 (handwritten in black ink, on folded half-sheet) ; and, a portrait of Gen. Wool (engraved by J.C. Buttre after a photograph by Brady) -- Inserted after p. 40, a portrait of Gen. E.A. Hitchcock (engraved by J.C. Buttre after a photograph by Whipple) --; Inserts, v. 2 (cont.). Inserted after p. 44, a portrait of Gen. Edwin V. Sumner (engraved by J.C. Buttre after a photograph by E. Anthony) -- Inserted after p. 46, a portrait of Gen. Irvin McDowell (engraving) -- Inserted after p. 50, a portrait of Gen. Silas Casey (engraved by J.C. Buttre after a photograph by Brady) ; and a letter (18 cm., affixed to leaf) to Charles B. Sheppard from Gen. Andrew Porter, New York, May 30, 1885 (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 52, a portrait of Gen. Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson (engraving) -- Inserted after p. 58, a portrait of Gen. George A. McCall (engraving) -- Inserted after p. 60, a portrait of Gen. J.E.B. Stuart (engraved by A.H. Ritchie) -- Inserted after p. 62, a letter (2 p. ; 22 cm.) to John P. Nicholson from [unknown], New York, Sept. 22, [1886] (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 68, a letter (20 cm., affixed to leaf) to Colonel [Pr--] from Gen. Alexander Stewart Webb, Riverdale, May 5 [year unknown] -- Inserted after p. 72, a portrait of Gen. Philip Henry Sheridan (engraving by H.B. Hall, Jr.) -- Inserted after p. 74, a portrait of Gen. Franz Sigel (engraved by A.H. Ritchie) -- Inserted after p. 92, a portrait of Gen. A.E. Burnside (engraving) --; Inserts, v. 2 (cont.). Inserted after p. 96, a portrait of Gen. Ulysses S. Grant (engraving) -- Inserted after p. 100, a portrait of Abraham Lincoln ([engraving by] J.C. Buttre after a photograph by M.B. Brady) -- Inserted after p. 102, a portrait of Gen. John C. Fremont (engraved by J.C. Buttre) -- Inserted after p. 104, a portrait of Senator Benjamin Franklin Wade (engraved by Samuel Sartain) ; and, an autograph (on sheet affixed to leaf) of Sen. Wade (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 106, a portrait of Horace Greeley (engraved by H.B. Hall, Jr.) -- Inserted after p. 114, a portrait of Schuyler Colfax (engraving by H.W. Smith) -- Inserted after p. 116, a portrait of George S. Boutwell (engraving) ; and, a note (14 cm., affixed to leaf) from Mr. Boutwell, March 17, 1884 (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 122, a portrait of Gen. Frank P. Blair (engraving, O'Neill, N.Y.) ; and, a letter ([4] p. ; 16 cm., affixed to leaf) to Horatio Seymour from Gen. Blair, Washington City, Sept. 30, 1868 (handwritten in black ink --; Inserts, v. 2 (cont.). Inserted after p. 128, a portrait of Abraham Lincoln (engraved by H.B. Hall's Sons, New York) -- Inserted after p. 130, a letter ([2] p. ; 19 cm.) to Anna Ella Carroll from William H. Seward, Sept. 12, 1852 (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 136, a letter ([3] p. ; 14 cm.) from Gen. A.E. Burnside to Gen. [unknown], Sept. 21, 1870[?] (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 138, a portrait of Gen. Joseph Hooker (engraved by A.H. Ritchie) -- Inserted after p. 142, a portrait of Gen. John Sedgwick (engraved by A.H. Ritchie) -- Inserted after p. 152, a cameo portrait of Fernando Wood (engraved) ; and, a letter to Horatio Seymour from Mayor Wood, March 30, 1856 (handwritten in black ink on stationery of Mayor's Office, New York) -- Inserted after p. 154, a portrait of Gen. Braxton Bragg (engraved by Geo. E. Perine) -- Inserted after p. 156, a portrait of Gen. William S. Rosecrans (engraved by Geo. E. Perine from photograph by Brady) -- Inserted after p. 158, a portrait of Gen. Ulysses S. Grant (engraved by J.C. Buttre) --; Inserts, v. 2 (cont.). Inserted after p. 164, a letter ([2] p. ; 21 cm., affixed to leaf) to Col. Leonard A. Harris from William S. Rosecrans, Feb. 23, 1887 (handwritten in black ink, on ruled Treasury Dept. stationery) -- Inserted after p. 166, a portrait of Gen. George H. Thomas (engraved by H.B. Hall, Jr., New York) -- Inserted after p. 172, a letter (21 cm.) to E.L. Didier from Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase, May 11, 1870 (handwritten in blue ink) -- Inserted after p. 174, a letter ([2] p. ; 18 cm., affixed to leaf) to James Mandeville Carlisle from Lord Richard Lyons, Aug. 2, 1861 (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 178, a portrait of William H. Seward (engraved by A.H. Ritchie) -- Inserted after p. 184, a portrait of Indiana Gov. Oliver P. Morton (engraved by J.C. Buttre, New York) -- Inserted after p. 184, a leaf ([2] p. ; 14 x 22 cm.) from a guest registry of Brown's Hotel [London?]for Saturday, April 17, 1860, bearing Gov. Morton's autograph (in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 186, a portrait of Congressman Clement Vallandigham (engraved by W.G. Jackman, N.Y.) -- Inserted after p. 190, a letter ([8] p. ; 21 cm.) to [unknown] from Horatio Seymour, Aug. 6, 1866, Utica, N.Y. (handwritten in black ink) --; Inserts, v. 2 (cont.). Inserted after p. 192, a portrait of Ohio Gov. John Brough (engraving) -- Inserted after p. 202, a portrait of Pennsylvania Gov. Andrew G. Curtin(engraved by John Sartain, Philadelphia) -- Inserted after p. 212, a portrait of Gen. Winfield Scott Hancock (engraved, H.B. Hall. Jr.) ; and, a letter ([2] p. ; 21 cm.) to Horatio Seymour from Gen. Hancock, July 27, 1880, Governor's Island, N.Y. (handwritten in black ink on ruled paper) -- Inserted after p. 214, a portrait of Edward Everett (J.H. Bufford's Litho., Boston, Mass) -- Inserted after p. 216, a portrait of Robert Y. Hayne (engraved by J.B. Forrest from a drawing by J.B. Longacre) -- Inserted after p. 222, an illustration entitled Re-construction (Bureau Engraving & Printing) -- Inserted after p. 230, a portrait of Andrew Johnson (Bureau Engraving & Printing) -- Inserted after p. 232, a portrait of Zachariah Chandler (Bureau Engraving & Printing) ; and, autographs (on 1 sheet, 19 cm., affixed to leaf) of Sen. Chandler and Sen. Jacob M. Howard (in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 238, a portrait of Adm. David Dixon Porter (engraving) -- Inserted after p. 240, a portrait of Gen. John Schofield (engraving, O'Neill, N.Y.) -- Inserted after p. 242, a portrait of Gen. William T. Sherman (Bureau Engraving & Printing) -- Inserted after p. 250, a portrait of Sen. S.C. Pomeroy (engraved by G.E. Perine & Co., N.Y.) -- Inserted after p. 252, a portrait of Gen. William Sprague (engraved by J.C. Buttre) --; Inserts, v. 2 (cont.). Inserted after p. 254, a portrait of Gov. David Tod (engraving) ; and, a letter (22 cm., on folded sheet) to Gen. [unknown] from John J. Cisco, Assistant Treasurer of the United States at New York, May 6th, 1881 (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 256, a letter ([4] p. ; 21 cm.) to "my dear old friend" from Oliver Johnson, managing editor of the Christian Union, May 19, 1893 (handwritten in blue ink) -- Inserted after p. 258, a note (18 cm., affixed to leaf) of recommendation from Gen. John Cochrane, undated (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 262, a portrait of William Cullen Bryant (engraving) ; and a letter (25 cm., folded to 13 x 21 cm.) to Horatio Seymour from John W. Forney, Oct. 6, 1856. Philadelphia, Pa. (Handwritten in blue ink on blue lined paper) -- Inserted after p. 274, a letter (21 cm.) to Gaylord J. Clarke (editor, Lockport advertiser) from Henry J. Raymond (editor, New York times), May 1, 1861 (in black ink on lined paper) -- Inserted after p. 278, a portrait of Gen. Ulysses S. Grant (engraved by H.B. Hall, Jr., New York) -- Inserted after p. 282, a sheet (5 x 16 cm., affixed to leaf) of autographs, including that of Gen. Jubal Early (in black ink on blue paper) -- Inserted after p. 286, a portrait of Adm. D.G. Farragut (engraving) -- Inserted after p. 288, a letter (25 cm., folded to 14 x 20 cm.) to [unknown] from Montgomery Blair (future Postmaster General), St. Louis, Feb. 10, 1838 (handwritten in black ink) --; Inserts, v. 2 (cont.). Inserted after p. 300, a portrait of Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase (engraved by H.B. Hall, Jr., New York) -- Inserted after p. 306, a letter ([2] p. ; 20 cm., folded) from Congressman Robert M.T. Hunter, May 16th, 1860 (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 318, a portrait of Congressman James Mitchell Ashley (engraving) -- Inserted after p. 328, a portrait of Speaker of the House Schuyler Colfax (engraving) ; and, a note (20 cm., affixed to leaf) from Speaker Colfax, Feb. 13, 1866 (handwritten in black ink on lined stationery of the Thirty-ninth Congress) -- Inserted after p. 330, an illustration entitled Victory (Bureau Engraving & Printing) -- Inserted after p. 332, a letter ([2] p., 22 cm.) to Col. Horatio C. King from Gen. John Schofield, Oct. 25, 1879, West Point, N.Y. (handwritten in black ink) -- Inserted after p. 334, a portrait of Gen. William T. Sherman (C. Schlecht, engraver) -- Inserted after p. 338, a portrait of Gen. Philip H. Sheridan (engraved by J.C. Buttre after a photograph by Brady) -- Inserted after p. 344, a portrait of Hannibal Hamlin (engraving) ; and, a sheet (8 x 11 cm., affixed to leaf) bearing the autograph of Vice-President Hamlin, Bangor, Maine, Feb. 5, 1888 (in black ink) --; Inserts, v. 2 (cont.). Inserted after p. 350, a portrait of President Andrew Johnson (engraved by H.B. Hall & Sons, New York) -- Inserted after p. 354, a letter (26 cm., folded to 14 x 21 cm.) to Gen. William Rosecrans from Gen. Braxton Bragg, Dec. 11, 1862, Murfreesboro, Tenn. (handwritten in black ink on lined paper) -- Inserted after p. 358, an illustration entitled Peace (Bureau Engraving & Printing).; Bound in blue full leather, with gold embossed decoration and print on spine, gold border on covers, and marbled lining papers. Front cover of vol. 1 nearly detached.
OCLC Number:
ocn779973705
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Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection, Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana
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