The Resource The evening post, Vol. 108, Thursday, February 11, 1909

The evening post, Vol. 108, Thursday, February 11, 1909

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The evening post, Vol. 108, Thursday, February 11, 1909
Title
The evening post
Title number
Vol. 108
Title part
Thursday, February 11, 1909
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
IMF
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Evening post (New York, N.Y. : 1832)
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • 1809-1865
  • 1875-1956
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  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • MacKaye, Percy
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  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • New York (N.Y.)
  • New York County (N.Y.)
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The evening post, Vol. 108, Thursday, February 11, 1909
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Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Includes advertisements for new Lincoln publications
  • Includes Lincoln Centenary Supplement
Carrier category
sheet
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Lincoln's own library, fifteen of president's books owned by Major [William H.] Lambert, pride of early proprietorship indicated by the inscription in the dictionary, a notable collection of biographies and portraits, a "life" in dime novel form. -- Lincoln Centenary Supplement: Poems Lincoln inspired, no other American has had so many written about him. -- Facsimile of announcement in the "Evening Post" of President Lincoln's second election. -- All will honor Lincoln, there never was so wide an observance as this. -- Many Lincoln memorials, nation will pay impressive tribute at birthplace. -- Seventeen Lincoln statues, monuments which have been erected to the war president. -- Lincoln's second inaugural, text of the president's address on March 4, 1865. -- The day at Gettysburg, Lincoln's address crowned the dedication ceremony. -- Two days in our history, the joy of peace and grief over Lincoln's death, April 10, 1865 and April 15, 1865 in Milwaukee, recalled by a witness of that city's celebration after surrender of Lee and mourning after president's assassination. -- A poem by Lincoln himself, "Memory" a sample of the verse he could do on occasion. -- Facsimile from page 3 of the "Evening Post" on Saturday, April 15, 1865. -- Lincoln returned whetstone, recalled, ten years afterward, at White House, where he had put it. -- Facsimile from page 1 of "The Evening Post." Saturday, April 15, 1865. -- City roused by tragedy, inflammatory speeches after Lincoln's death, those who uttered disloyal sentiments were swiftly punished by excited citizens, and one man was nearly lynched in Wall Street, the big Custom House meeting. -- An earlier "A. Lincoln," resembled the great president in many respects, was a legislator in Pennsylvania in the 1780s, he also was Abraham, met George Washington, had potential greatness which developed fully in his relative. -- Where Nancy Hanks died, visitor drops off the train at Lincoln City, Ind., he recollects that the grave of Abraham Lincoln's mother was obscured by brambles and bushes for 61 years, no preacher at her burial, memories of a dismal home. -- P. [Percy] Mackaye's Lincoln ode, read at centenary celebration last Sunday night, a feature before the Academy of Music in Brooklyn, great war president's deeds and influence pictured in verse by the young playwright and poet
Extent
1 online resource ([16] pages
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
Lincoln Collection copy 1 lacks pages 1-10 ; copy 2 is supplement only.
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
The evening post, Vol. 108, Thursday, February 11, 1909
Link
Publication
Note
  • Includes advertisements for new Lincoln publications
  • Includes Lincoln Centenary Supplement
Carrier category
sheet
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Lincoln's own library, fifteen of president's books owned by Major [William H.] Lambert, pride of early proprietorship indicated by the inscription in the dictionary, a notable collection of biographies and portraits, a "life" in dime novel form. -- Lincoln Centenary Supplement: Poems Lincoln inspired, no other American has had so many written about him. -- Facsimile of announcement in the "Evening Post" of President Lincoln's second election. -- All will honor Lincoln, there never was so wide an observance as this. -- Many Lincoln memorials, nation will pay impressive tribute at birthplace. -- Seventeen Lincoln statues, monuments which have been erected to the war president. -- Lincoln's second inaugural, text of the president's address on March 4, 1865. -- The day at Gettysburg, Lincoln's address crowned the dedication ceremony. -- Two days in our history, the joy of peace and grief over Lincoln's death, April 10, 1865 and April 15, 1865 in Milwaukee, recalled by a witness of that city's celebration after surrender of Lee and mourning after president's assassination. -- A poem by Lincoln himself, "Memory" a sample of the verse he could do on occasion. -- Facsimile from page 3 of the "Evening Post" on Saturday, April 15, 1865. -- Lincoln returned whetstone, recalled, ten years afterward, at White House, where he had put it. -- Facsimile from page 1 of "The Evening Post." Saturday, April 15, 1865. -- City roused by tragedy, inflammatory speeches after Lincoln's death, those who uttered disloyal sentiments were swiftly punished by excited citizens, and one man was nearly lynched in Wall Street, the big Custom House meeting. -- An earlier "A. Lincoln," resembled the great president in many respects, was a legislator in Pennsylvania in the 1780s, he also was Abraham, met George Washington, had potential greatness which developed fully in his relative. -- Where Nancy Hanks died, visitor drops off the train at Lincoln City, Ind., he recollects that the grave of Abraham Lincoln's mother was obscured by brambles and bushes for 61 years, no preacher at her burial, memories of a dismal home. -- P. [Percy] Mackaye's Lincoln ode, read at centenary celebration last Sunday night, a feature before the Academy of Music in Brooklyn, great war president's deeds and influence pictured in verse by the young playwright and poet
Extent
1 online resource ([16] pages
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
Lincoln Collection copy 1 lacks pages 1-10 ; copy 2 is supplement only.
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote

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