1973 collection of copied typed addresses and information related to Abraham Lincoln read before the Lincoln Civil War Society of Philadelphia. Abraham Lincoln, Past President Lincoln Civil War Society Manuel Kean, Philadelphia.
1973 collection of copied typed addresses and information related to Abraham Lincoln read before the Lincoln Civil War Society of Philadelphia
1973 collection of copied typed addresses and information related to Abraham Lincoln read before the Lincoln Civil War Society of Philadelphia
1973 collection of copied typed addresses and information related to Abraham Lincoln read before the Lincoln Civil War Society of Philadelphia
1973 collection of copied typed addresses and information related to Abraham Lincoln read before the Lincoln Civil War Society of Philadelphia

1973 collection of copied typed addresses and information related to Abraham Lincoln read before the Lincoln Civil War Society of Philadelphia

[Philadelphia?]: [Manuel Kean], 1973.

Ring bound. Ring bound. Approx. 11.5" x 10". Various addresses separated by thick paper board. All material is copied type script on the front sides of the paper. First speech is titled "The Intellectual Lincoln - A Preliminary Assessment. Address Read Before the Lincoln-Civil War Society, February 10, 1973". It is 10 pages long and signed Manuel Kean at the end. Second address is 7 pages and titled "First Lecture on Discoveries and Inventions [April 6, 1858]. [Source material taken from "Basler, Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln, 1953, ii, pp. 437-42]. Third address is 8 pages and titled "Second Lecture on Discoveries and Inventions [February 11, 1859] (Basler: pages 356-63). Following this address are copies of typed letters to William M. Morris and Thomas J. Picket (Basler - page 374 and page 377). Fourth address is 12 pages: "Address Before The Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, Milwaukee, Wisconsin September 30, 1859" (Basler: pages 471-82). Following the fourth address is a half page, two paragraph long narrative of Lincoln's sons taken from Ruth Painter Randall Lincoln's Sons, 1955. This is followed by a typed forward presenting the 19th Lincoln Bronze Plaque Award to Manuel Kean. This presentation provides a few of Kean's accomplishments. The fifth and last address is a revision of the first address and is a a couple of paragraphs shorter than the first copy. Manuel Kean was an archivist for the Civil War Times Illustrated and American History Illustrated. Very good. Item #23518

Price: $50.00