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Lexington leader, Friday afternoon, February 12, 1909

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Lexington leader, Friday afternoon, February 12, 1909
Title
Lexington leader
Title part
Friday afternoon, February 12, 1909
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
IMF
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Lexington leader (Lexington, Ky. : Daily)
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Joyce, John A.
  • Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site (Ky.)
  • Lexington (Ky.)
  • Fayette County (Ky.)
Label
Lexington leader, Friday afternoon, February 12, 1909
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Publication
Note
In two sections
Carrier category
sheet
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
At the birthplace of an immortal: Where Lincoln was born. -- Todd home, now used as a grocery, attention of passer-by attracted to old residence of Lincoln's wife on Friday. -- Lincoln stamps. -- Local memorial exercises, State University and the city schools observe Lincoln Day with special speech and musical programs, Transylvania extends the chapel hour and hears talks by men who saw the emancipator, Samuel M. Wilson orator of the day at State and eulogizes the many upon whom fell the greatest burden that any man in the Civil War period had to bear, city buildings and banks close. -- Born same day as Lincoln [article and illustration of Charles Darwin]. -- A nation's tribute in brick and stone, how the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln was rescued and made the site of a beautiful memorial edifice. -- Story of Lincoln farm. -- Lincoln Memorial Building [illustration]. -- Gov. Folk makes the first speech at the Lincoln Memorial exercises. -- Governor Willson speaks eloquently on behalf of Kentucky at Lincoln centenary, lessons of his life have left their indelible impress upon the upon the nation he saved in the days of its greatest peril. -- Proclamation, nation's executive makes congressional act effective before leaving for birthplace of war president. -- In Alabama was Mrs. Lincoln when the Civil War broke out. -- Southern sentiment, voiced by Secretary of War Wright of Tennessee, ex-Confederate. -- Union veteran, speaks for soldiers and sailors who responded to Lincoln's call, General James Grant Wilson's address at the dedication of the memorial building at Hodgenville. -- Lincoln [poem] / John A. Joyce. -- Wm. J. Bryan on Lincoln, his wonderful gifts as an orator are sometimes overlooked, debate with Douglas made him president, brevity and condensation, Bible quotations often used with fine effect. -- Todd picture showing reading of Emancipation Proclamation exhibited in Franklin's window
Edition
Last edition 4 o'clock.
Extent
1 online resource (12 pages
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Lexington leader, Friday afternoon, 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
At the birthplace of an immortal: Where Lincoln was born. -- Todd home, now used as a grocery, attention of passer-by attracted to old residence of Lincoln's wife on Friday. -- Lincoln stamps. -- Local memorial exercises, State University and the city schools observe Lincoln Day with special speech and musical programs, Transylvania extends the chapel hour and hears talks by men who saw the emancipator, Samuel M. Wilson orator of the day at State and eulogizes the many upon whom fell the greatest burden that any man in the Civil War period had to bear, city buildings and banks close. -- Born same day as Lincoln [article and illustration of Charles Darwin]. -- A nation's tribute in brick and stone, how the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln was rescued and made the site of a beautiful memorial edifice. -- Story of Lincoln farm. -- Lincoln Memorial Building [illustration]. -- Gov. Folk makes the first speech at the Lincoln Memorial exercises. -- Governor Willson speaks eloquently on behalf of Kentucky at Lincoln centenary, lessons of his life have left their indelible impress upon the upon the nation he saved in the days of its greatest peril. -- Proclamation, nation's executive makes congressional act effective before leaving for birthplace of war president. -- In Alabama was Mrs. Lincoln when the Civil War broke out. -- Southern sentiment, voiced by Secretary of War Wright of Tennessee, ex-Confederate. -- Union veteran, speaks for soldiers and sailors who responded to Lincoln's call, General James Grant Wilson's address at the dedication of the memorial building at Hodgenville. -- Lincoln [poem] / John A. Joyce. -- Wm. J. Bryan on Lincoln, his wonderful gifts as an orator are sometimes overlooked, debate with Douglas made him president, brevity and condensation, Bible quotations often used with fine effect. -- Todd picture showing reading of Emancipation Proclamation exhibited in Franklin's window
Edition
Last edition 4 o'clock.
Extent
1 online resource (12 pages
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote

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