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"A house divided against itself cannot stand," 1 edition

Cover of: "A  house divided against itself cannot stand," by Abraham Lincoln

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"A house divided against itself cannot stand,"
by Abraham Lincoln. The text of this celebrated speech as originally written, paragraphed, italicized & proofread by its author, printed in its entirety for the first time since its contemporary publication. With an introduction by Douglas C. McMurtrie.

Published 1936 by The Black Cat Press in Chicago, New York .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Delivered on the occasion of Lincoln's nomination for U.S. senator.
"140 copies ... have been printed from linotype Garamond on ivory wove Normandy vellum, title page decoration by Calvin Brazelton, designed by N. W. F."

Classifications

Library of Congress
E438 .L6943

The Physical Object

Pagination
29 p.
Number of pages
29

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL6352279M
Internet Archive
ahousedividedaga00linc
LC Control Number
37009452
OCLC/WorldCat
6057871

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