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LINCOLN BIRTHDAY SERVICE IN MEMORIAL HALL.  On Wednesday, February the Twelfth, Nineteen Hundred and Thirteen at Three O'Clock P.M.  Address by Rev. Herman Page, D.D. [Cover title: Abraham Lincoln. Address ...] by  corp. author]  Rev.; Grand Army Hall and Memorial Association [of Illinois - Paperback - First edition - [1913] - from Eilenberger Rare Books, LLC (SKU: 0000514)

LINCOLN BIRTHDAY SERVICE IN MEMORIAL HALL. On Wednesday, February the Twelfth, Nineteen Hundred and Thirteen at Three O'Clock P.M. Address by Rev. Herman Page, D.D. [Cover title: Abraham Lincoln. Address ...]

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LINCOLN BIRTHDAY SERVICE IN MEMORIAL HALL. On Wednesday, February the Twelfth, Nineteen Hundred and Thirteen at Three O'Clock P.M. Address by Rev. Herman Page, D.D. [Cover title: Abraham Lincoln. Address ...]

by Page, Herman, Rev.; Grand Army Hall and Memorial Association [of Illinois, corp. author]

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[Chicago, 1913]. [2], 7-24 pages, plus frontispiece portrait of the author. Original printed blue wraps. [17.4 cm.] A little fading to wraps; soiling to rear wrap. Slightest hint of marginal foxing to title; tiny bit of staining to gutters of leaves near center from staple used in binding. Still very good. FIRST EDITION. Scarce. The author discusses Lincoln's gradualism regarding the abolition of slavery and offers it as a lesson to those looking to fulfill the promise of '76 in the present day. He argues against legislative action as a quick solution to issues such as Filipino independence, women's suffrage, the abolition of Jim Crow, and the ending of "industrial slavery." Herman Page (1866-1942), an Episcopalian Minster, later became the bishop of the dioceses of Spokane, Idaho, Michigan, and Northern Michigan. Monaghan 2079.

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Eilenberger Rare Books, LLC US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
0000514
Title
LINCOLN BIRTHDAY SERVICE IN MEMORIAL HALL. On Wednesday, February the Twelfth, Nineteen Hundred and Thirteen at Three O'Clock P.M. Address by Rev. Herman Page, D.D. [Cover title: Abraham Lincoln. Address ...]
Author
Page, Herman, Rev.; Grand Army Hall and Memorial Association [of Illinois, corp. author]
Book condition
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Edition
First edition
Binding
Paperback
Place of Publication
[Chicago]
Date published
[1913]
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An online shop focusing on Americana, particularly books pertaining to the South, and offering rare, scholarly, and antique books on a variety of other subjects. Proprietor David J. Eilenberger worked for over five years at respected firms in the A.B.A.A. before establishing the company in 2010. In addition to books, we are interested in acquiring broadsides, ephemera, 19th-century photographs, and manuscripts. Member Independent Online Booksellers Association since 2017.

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