LINCOLN: AN ACCOUNT OF HIS PERSONAL LIFE, ESPECIALLY OF ITS SPRINGS OF ACTION AS REVEALED AND DEEPENED BY THE ORDEAL OF WAR. Nathaniel W. STEPHENSON.
LINCOLN: AN ACCOUNT OF HIS PERSONAL LIFE, ESPECIALLY OF ITS SPRINGS OF ACTION AS REVEALED AND DEEPENED BY THE ORDEAL OF WAR.
LINCOLN: AN ACCOUNT OF HIS PERSONAL LIFE, ESPECIALLY OF ITS SPRINGS OF ACTION AS REVEALED AND DEEPENED BY THE ORDEAL OF WAR.
LINCOLN: AN ACCOUNT OF HIS PERSONAL LIFE, ESPECIALLY OF ITS SPRINGS OF ACTION AS REVEALED AND DEEPENED BY THE ORDEAL OF WAR.

LINCOLN: AN ACCOUNT OF HIS PERSONAL LIFE, ESPECIALLY OF ITS SPRINGS OF ACTION AS REVEALED AND DEEPENED BY THE ORDEAL OF WAR.

Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, [1922]. Illustrated. First Edition. Signed inscription from Stephenson on the front endpaper: "A remark of Lincoln's that has not appeared in print was reported by the Rev. William Barnet Wright of Cincinnati. Looking from a car window at a group of Confederate prisoners, Lincoln said `Poor fellows, if they know me they wouldn't hate me.' Nathaniel Wright Stephenson. 2 March, 1923." 8vo., blue cloth, stamped in gilt; 474 pages. Item #56494

Very Good (minor wear covers but still quite bright; contents clean & tight, pencil name & date on front pastedown).

Price: $150.00

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