Oration by Chancellor Hartson at the Memorial Services Held by the San Francisco Turn Verein Association, on the Twentieth Anniversary of the Death of Abraham Lincoln at Turn Verein Hall, San Francisco, April 15, 1885
24 pages. Hartson (Chancellor was his first name, not a title) was a Napa attorney and a much-sought-after orator. The Turn Verein Association was a German-American group founded around gymnastics but ultimately the 'Turners' became social activists, including strongly supporting Lincoln. First edition (first printing). Numbers pencilled in each corner of the front cover; old fold down the center (for putting in a pocket, your cataloguer suspects); some staining to blank rear cover. Generally very good. Scarce. Bookseller Inventory # 108140
Title: Oration by Chancellor Hartson at the ...
Publisher: F. Eastman & Co., Printers, San Francisco
Publication Date: 1885
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition
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