The Resource Woodrow Wilson accepts for the government the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln in the early autumn of nineteen sixteen, (manuscript)

Woodrow Wilson accepts for the government the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln in the early autumn of nineteen sixteen, (manuscript)

Label
Woodrow Wilson accepts for the government the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln in the early autumn of nineteen sixteen, 1937
Title
Woodrow Wilson accepts for the government the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln in the early autumn of nineteen sixteen
Inclusive dates
1937
Contributor
Correspondent
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
  • J.E. Boos, of Albany, N.Y., collected letters from people associated with the exercises on the occasion of Wilson's accepting Lincoln's birthplace for the government in 1916. In 1937 he bound them in a volume together with several magazine portraits, speeches by John Sharp Williams and George E. Chamberlain. and a broadside (edges trimmed affecting text) of a Wilson rally, 1916, in West Albany, N.Y.)
  • Contributors include C. H. Davenport, Eleanor Wilson McAdoo, Jospeh P. Tumulty, John Randolph Bolling, Richard J. Collier, Joseph W. Folk, John Sharp Williams, T. H. Caraway, Irvine L. Lenroot, William Cabell Bruce, Henry Van Dyke, and Byron Patton Harrison. A tribute from Elbert H. Gary is no longer present
  • Woodrow Wilson Tribute Volume, 1937, Accession #13492, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va
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Woodrow Wilson accepts for the government the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln in the early autumn of nineteen sixteen, (manuscript)
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  • Special Collections
Extent
1
Note
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: C. Venable Minor Endowment Fund, 2005/2006.
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
u4333695
System control number
  • (Sirsi) a4333695
  • (OCoLC)64590068
Type of unit
v.

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