The Resource Columbus evening dispatch, Vol. XXXVIII, no. 225, Friday, February 12, 1909

Columbus evening dispatch, Vol. XXXVIII, no. 225, Friday, February 12, 1909

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Columbus evening dispatch, Vol. XXXVIII, no. 225, Friday, February 12, 1909
Title
Columbus evening dispatch
Title number
Vol. XXXVIII, no. 225
Title part
Friday, February 12, 1909
Title variation
Columbus dispatch
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
IMF
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1872-1942
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Terhune, Albert Payson
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  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Lincoln Farm Association
  • Columbus (Ohio)
  • Franklin County (Ohio)
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Columbus evening dispatch, Vol. XXXVIII, no. 225, Friday, February 12, 1909
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Publication
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In two sections
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sheet
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rdacarrier
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
How Columbus people are celebrating the Lincoln centenary. -- Dedicate site for memorial to Pres't Lincoln, hundreds of visitors attend the services at Westerville on Friday ... Cleopas Breckenridge tells how Lincoln induced him to sign a pledge, Dr. Toward H. Russell of New York, makes principal address. -- Splendid statue of Lincoln to be erected in Hodgenville [illustration]. --Antioch president makes fine speech on life of Lincoln, Governor Harmon presides at noonday meeting held at Board of Trade, success of martyred president due to books he read when a boy. -- Lincoln was the greatest man in world's history-President Roosevelt, thousands crowd around flower bedecked cabin on the old Kentucky farm, rain mars the notable event, Union and Confederate generals clasp hands at birthplace of Emancipator, Governor Folk presides at laying of cornerstone of the memorial building. -- [Local] minister a relative of Abraham Lincoln by marriage, Rev. W.C. Holliday. -- Says body was trown [i.e., thrown] into Potomac, revelation of long kept secret made by Illinois veteran. -- Coat stained with Lincoln's life blod [i.e., blood], Ohio officer pillowed head of the wounded president on breast. -- The maid Lincoln loved and lost, his courtship of Ann Rutledge who was betrothed to another, mistaken sense of honor, while she waited she died and Lincoln's life was cast in gloom. -- Lincoln centenary stamps on sale today, only a limited supply sent to Columbus office. -- 20,000 patriots subscribe to the Lincoln Memorial, subscriptions have been received all over the U.S. averaging about $1.40 each, is a farm of 110 acres, place is dedicated forever to the memory of the immortal war president. -- Has kept pledge made to Lincoln for 62 long years, Cleopas Breckenridge, aged Illinois farmer, guest of honor at Westerville, tells his experience, was a boy of ten years when Lincoln made him a total abstainer. -- The story of Abraham Lincoln / by Albert Payson Terhune
Edition
Last edition.
Extent
1 online resource (16 pages
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Columbus evening dispatch, Vol. XXXVIII, no. 225, Friday, February 12, 1909
Link
Publication
Note
In two sections
Carrier category
sheet
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
How Columbus people are celebrating the Lincoln centenary. -- Dedicate site for memorial to Pres't Lincoln, hundreds of visitors attend the services at Westerville on Friday ... Cleopas Breckenridge tells how Lincoln induced him to sign a pledge, Dr. Toward H. Russell of New York, makes principal address. -- Splendid statue of Lincoln to be erected in Hodgenville [illustration]. --Antioch president makes fine speech on life of Lincoln, Governor Harmon presides at noonday meeting held at Board of Trade, success of martyred president due to books he read when a boy. -- Lincoln was the greatest man in world's history-President Roosevelt, thousands crowd around flower bedecked cabin on the old Kentucky farm, rain mars the notable event, Union and Confederate generals clasp hands at birthplace of Emancipator, Governor Folk presides at laying of cornerstone of the memorial building. -- [Local] minister a relative of Abraham Lincoln by marriage, Rev. W.C. Holliday. -- Says body was trown [i.e., thrown] into Potomac, revelation of long kept secret made by Illinois veteran. -- Coat stained with Lincoln's life blod [i.e., blood], Ohio officer pillowed head of the wounded president on breast. -- The maid Lincoln loved and lost, his courtship of Ann Rutledge who was betrothed to another, mistaken sense of honor, while she waited she died and Lincoln's life was cast in gloom. -- Lincoln centenary stamps on sale today, only a limited supply sent to Columbus office. -- 20,000 patriots subscribe to the Lincoln Memorial, subscriptions have been received all over the U.S. averaging about $1.40 each, is a farm of 110 acres, place is dedicated forever to the memory of the immortal war president. -- Has kept pledge made to Lincoln for 62 long years, Cleopas Breckenridge, aged Illinois farmer, guest of honor at Westerville, tells his experience, was a boy of ten years when Lincoln made him a total abstainer. -- The story of Abraham Lincoln / by Albert Payson Terhune
Edition
Last edition.
Extent
1 online resource (16 pages
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote

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