A Collection of Abraham Lincoln-Related Original Newspapers, Including An Original Advertisement for His Law Office and the Announcement of His Funeral

The newspaper archive contains:

1) An original advertisement for the law office of Lincoln and Herndon from 1858. Daily Illinois State Journal, Springfield April 28 1857, “Lincoln and Herndon, Attorneys and Counselors at Law – will practice in the Courts of Law and Chancery in this state.”

2) The Rebellion: The Philadelphia...

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A Collection of Abraham Lincoln-Related Original Newspapers, Including An Original Advertisement for His Law Office and the Announcement of His Funeral

The newspaper archive contains:

1) An original advertisement for the law office of Lincoln and Herndon from 1858. Daily Illinois State Journal, Springfield April 28 1857, “Lincoln and Herndon, Attorneys and Counselors at Law – will practice in the Courts of Law and Chancery in this state.”

2) The Rebellion: The Philadelphia Inquirer, Tuesday, August 27, 1861. “The Rebellion.” “General McClellan visits the camps.” “The Traitor Jeff and his Crew.”

3) The Rebellion: The Philadelphia Inquirer. May 27, 1861. “The Great Rebellion.” “Fort Monroe, Sewalls Point and Vicinity.”

4) Sherman’s March and Lincoln’s Visit: The Philadelphia Inquirer. June 17, 1864. “Grant’s Great Movement. His Army Across James River.” From Gen. Sherman’s Army, a Prospect of the Capture of Atlanta.” “Mr. Lincoln’s Visit to this City.”

5) Sherman’s March: The Philadelphia Inquirer. March 13, 1865. “Sherman’s devastating march. Desolation marks his progress.”

6) Lincoln’s salary: The Philadelphia Inquirer. October 17, 1864. “Rumored Evacuation of Richmond. Mosby’s Raid into Maryland.” “President Lincoln’s Salary.”

7) Ironclads: The Philadelphia Inquirer. May 11, 1863. With a large map showing Vicksburg area. “Our Forces in the Southwest. General Grant Captures Port Gibson. Ironclads preparing for another attack.”

8) The President’s Funeral: The Philadelphia Inquirer. April 25, 1865. “President Lincoln’s Remains in Independence Hall.” With a large print. “Our dead president. An interior view of the railroad car conveying remains of President Lincoln.” With image.

9) The President’s Funeral: The Philadelphia Inquirer. April 26, 1865. “The Great National Funeral.” With an image of the President’s casket and people lining up to see it. “President Lincoln’s remains in New York.”

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