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    [Lincoln Associates] Group Lot of Signatures by Lincoln Associates in Various Formats. Includes: Edward Everett (the "other" orator at Gettysburg), MA statesman, ALS, 2pps., (London) 1845, to Rev. Forstall, asking that the bearer be allowed "to see the library of the museum". Vincent Bogue, steamboat entrepreneur on the Sangamon River] Legal Document concerning his creditors, 1834, not personally signed but with signed docket of Garrett Elkin (one of the "Long Nine" legislators with Lincoln). J. Bunn (Lincoln-family banking and legal associate) ADS, receipt. John T. Stuart (Lincoln's first law-partner) ADS, 29 Aug. 1831, asking for issuance of a summons. James Harlan (Lincoln's last Sec. of the Interior) Signature on album leaf adding in his hand "Mt. Pleasant, IA. Judge of the Court of Commissioners Alabama Claims, January 9, 1884"; (Lincoln-Related Ministers) N.W. Miner, Signed marriage certificate, 1862, and Albert Hale, ADS marriage certificate, 1848. Closely trimmed and mounted signature of Stephen T. Logan (Lincoln's second law-partner). Lyman Trumbull (Illinois Senator) clipped signature, "Lyman Trumbull" mounted to a sheet, 4" x 2.75". R.J. Oglesby, Maj. Genl. U.S.V. (Illinois Governor and creator of the "Railsplitter" campaign), closely trimmed and mounted AQS: "The Country holds in sacred remembrance the character of her soldiers, none but the brave deserve this high honor, as a soldier remember this."Autograph receipt signed by Lincoln's brother-in-law N.W. EDWARDS, 1849 together with about thirty (30) business letters, most to Edwards as Illinois Superintendent of Education, circa 1852-4, from small-town educators throughout the states discussing school meetings, textbook selections the others on legal and business matters a couple from Moore, Morton, & Co., in the hand of Clifton H. Moore (Lincoln legal associate).

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