The Resource The Chicago daily tribune, Vol. LXVIII, no. 38, Saturday, February 13, 1909, eighteen pages

The Chicago daily tribune, Vol. LXVIII, no. 38, Saturday, February 13, 1909, eighteen pages

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The Chicago daily tribune, Vol. LXVIII, no. 38, Saturday, February 13, 1909, eighteen pages
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The Chicago daily tribune
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Vol. LXVIII, no. 38
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Saturday, February 13, 1909, eighteen pages
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Chicago daily tribune (Chicago, Ill. : 1872)
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  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Chicago (Ill.)
  • Cook County (Ill.)
  • American newspapers
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The Chicago daily tribune, Vol. LXVIII, no. 38, Saturday, February 13, 1909, eighteen pages
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Shaft to Lincoln marks birth site, President Roosevelt lays coner stone of memorial to martyr on humble spot where he was born. -- Roosevelt characterizes Lincoln "One of two greatest Americans" -- America praised by Japan's envoy, Takahira, at Lincoln banquet in Peoria, says western jingoes have not injured friendship. -- Deeds of Lincoln sway all Chicago, eternal triumphs of Illinois' son reincarnated in living words at huge meeting. -- Presidential salute fired by Naval Reserves near monument of Lincoln [photograph]. -- North and South unite in praise, Industrial Club's Lincoln Centenary Banquet becomes a patriotic love feast, "Dixie" sung by diners, J.M. Dickinson, native of Mississippi speaks for the indissoluble nation. -- Eulogies at Standard Club, The Rev. J.A. Milburn, W. J. Calhoun, and Dr. Hirsch talk, Lincoln Great American, State's Attorney Wayman tells of President's simple methods. -- Veterans cheer 5 minutes, orator stirs old soldiers in G.A.R. Memorial Hall, St. Louis rabbi says Emancipator would fight lawless. -- Women laud war president, Chicago Press League members hostesses at luncheon, pay honor to Gen. Grant. -- Patriotism in the parks, children gather in public playgrounds to honor Lincoln. -- Mrs. Longworth celebrates own birthday on Lincoln's. -- Schoolchildren told of Lincoln, judges, lawyers, and other speakers extol character of great president. -- Julia Ward Howe's poem on Lincoln. -- Lincoln banquet by three nations, Jusserand and Bryce, bearing Europe's praises, dine with America at Springfield. -- [Booker T.] Washington says Lincoln freed the white man's soul. -- System of roads as Lincoln honor, J.C. Bartholf tells big convention it would be most fitting memorial ... Farmer's League representative objects to making way easy for autos
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1 online resource (5 folded sheets (18 pages))
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The Chicago daily tribune, Vol. LXVIII, no. 38, Saturday, February 13, 1909, eighteen pages
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Publication
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sheet
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Shaft to Lincoln marks birth site, President Roosevelt lays coner stone of memorial to martyr on humble spot where he was born. -- Roosevelt characterizes Lincoln "One of two greatest Americans" -- America praised by Japan's envoy, Takahira, at Lincoln banquet in Peoria, says western jingoes have not injured friendship. -- Deeds of Lincoln sway all Chicago, eternal triumphs of Illinois' son reincarnated in living words at huge meeting. -- Presidential salute fired by Naval Reserves near monument of Lincoln [photograph]. -- North and South unite in praise, Industrial Club's Lincoln Centenary Banquet becomes a patriotic love feast, "Dixie" sung by diners, J.M. Dickinson, native of Mississippi speaks for the indissoluble nation. -- Eulogies at Standard Club, The Rev. J.A. Milburn, W. J. Calhoun, and Dr. Hirsch talk, Lincoln Great American, State's Attorney Wayman tells of President's simple methods. -- Veterans cheer 5 minutes, orator stirs old soldiers in G.A.R. Memorial Hall, St. Louis rabbi says Emancipator would fight lawless. -- Women laud war president, Chicago Press League members hostesses at luncheon, pay honor to Gen. Grant. -- Patriotism in the parks, children gather in public playgrounds to honor Lincoln. -- Mrs. Longworth celebrates own birthday on Lincoln's. -- Schoolchildren told of Lincoln, judges, lawyers, and other speakers extol character of great president. -- Julia Ward Howe's poem on Lincoln. -- Lincoln banquet by three nations, Jusserand and Bryce, bearing Europe's praises, dine with America at Springfield. -- [Booker T.] Washington says Lincoln freed the white man's soul. -- System of roads as Lincoln honor, J.C. Bartholf tells big convention it would be most fitting memorial ... Farmer's League representative objects to making way easy for autos
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1 online resource (5 folded sheets (18 pages))
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online
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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remote

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