Title: Lincoln Centennial Association Papers, ...
Publication Date: 1926
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
Jeffersons Printing Company, IL. Introduction by Logan Hay, President, Lincoln Centennial Association. Contains two papers, first, ’The Building of the Lincoln Monument’ by Paul M. Angle, Executive Secretary of the Lincoln Centennial Association, and second ‘The Revelation of Lincoln to a Serbian Immigrant’ by Michael Pubins, Professor of Electro-Mechanics, Columbia University. The papers were delieved at Springfield Illinois on February 12, 1926. This book covers the third series of papers for the Lincoln Centennial Association. Very good first edition hard cover copy. Never read, a series of uncut pages in the book. 93 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 34631
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