CATALOG #28

                            LINCOLN CATALOG #28 

  1. Ander, O. Fritiof (editor). THE JOHN H. HAUBERG HISTORICAL ESSAYS. Rock Island: Augustana Book Concern, 1954, 1st edition, 70 pages, frontis., illustrations, good condition. This book contains several articles about Abraham Lincoln. $5.00
  2. Angle, Paul M. “HERE I HAVE LIVED” – A HISTORY OF LINCOLN’S SPRINGFIELD 1821-1865. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1950, 2nd edition, 313 pages, frontis., illustrations, a note about sources, index, good condition in a good- dust jacket.    $10.00
  3. Angle, Paul M. “HERE I HAVE LIVED” – A HISTORY OF LINCOLN’S SPRINGFIELD 1821-1865. Chicago: Abraham Lincoln Book Shop, 1971, New Edition, 313 pages, map endpapers, frontis., illustrations, a note about sources, index, very good condition in a good+ dust jacket.    $10.00
  4. Angle, Paul M. and Earl Schenck Miers (editors). THE LIVING LINCOLN – THE MAN, HIS MIND, HIS TIMES, AND THE WAR HE FOUGHT, RECONSTRUCTED FROM HIS OWN WRITINGS. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1992, 673 pages, index, very good condition in a good+ dust jacket. $5.00
  5. Angle, Paul M. ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF LAW – AN ACCOUNT OF THE LAW OFFICE WHICH JOHN T. STUART FOUNDED IN SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, A CENTURY AGO. Springfield: Brown, Hay and Stephens, 1928, 1st edition, 53 pages, paper label on front cover, frontis., illustrations, good+ condition, Carl Wahlstrom’s bookplate inside the front cover, Endicott Junior College stamp on the copyright page. Inscribed, dated, and signed by Logan Hay. Tipped in is a typed letter signed by Logan Hay sending the book to the recipient, a former classmate at Harvard. M2989 – Detailed history of Lincoln’s law firm. $30.00
  6. Angle, Paul M. THE LINCOLN READER. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1947, 564 pages, illustrations, references, bibliography, index, good condition. $5.00
  7. Atkinson, Eleanor. THE BOYHOOD OF LINCOLN. New York: McClure, 1908, 1st edition, 57 pages, frontis., illustrations, good condition. M1565 – Historical fiction in Hoosier vernacular; half-tones of early Lincoln homestead sites. $8.00
  8. Baker, Jean H. MARY TODD LINCOLN – A BIOGRAPHY. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1987, 429 pages, illustrations, notes, index, very good condition in a good+ dust jacket. $10.00
  9. Baker, Nina Brown. THE STORY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1952, 1st edition, 176 pages, pictorial endpapers, frontis., illustrations, good condition. $5.00
  10. Baringer, William E. A HOUSE DIVIDING – LINCOLN AS PRESIDENT ELECT. Chicago: The Lakeside Press, 1945, 1st edition, 356 pages, frontis., illustrations, bibliography, index, good+ condition in a good dust jacket, former owner’s names on the ffep. $20.00
  11. Baringer, William E. LINCOLN’S VANDALIA – A PIONEER PORTRAIT. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1949, 1st edition, 141 pages, map endpapers, illustrations, notes, index, good condition. $8.00
  12. Barton, William E. ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND WALT WHITMAN. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1928, 1st edition, 277 pages, paper labels on spine and front cover, frontis., illustrations, notes and comments, index, good condition, former owner’s bookplate is inside the front cover. M2995 – Critical examination of the evidence of friendship between Lincoln and Whitman. $25.00
  13. Barton, William E. ESTHER T. BARTON – A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH. Foxboro: Pine Knoll, 1926, 1st edition, 89 pages, boards, paper labels on front board and spine, tipped in frontis., tipped in photographs, good+ condition. $8.00
  14. Barton, William E. THE PATERNITY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. New York: George H. Doran Company, 1920, 1st edition, 414 pages, appendix, index, good+ condition. M2439. $25.00
  15. Barton, William E. THE WOMEN LINCOLN LOVED. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1927, 1st edition, 377 pages, frontis., illustrations, chronology, good+ condition. M2904 – Fourteen women. $35.00
  16. Baxter, Maurice G. ONE AND INSEPARABLE – DANIEL WEBSTER AND THE UNION. Cambridge: The Belknap Press Of Harvard University Press, 1984, 1st edition, 646 pages, frontis., illustrations, bibliographical note, notes, index, good+ condition in a good dust jacket. $10.00
  17. Bayne, Julia Taft. TAD LINCOLN’S FATHER. Lincoln: University Of Nebraska Press, 2001, 89 pages, pictorial wraps, frontis., illustrations, index, very good condition. $10.00
  18. Binns, Henry Bryan. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. London: J. M. Dent & Co., 1907, 1st edition, 379 pages, frontis., illustrations, appendices, index, good condition, former owner’s bookplate inside the front cover. Tipped in is a 3 page typed letter signed by W. D. ???????? criticizing the photos used in the book and William H. Herndon. M1520 – Author believes this volume to be the first serious attempt to delineate for English readers “the greatest of the popular statesmen of the last century.” Based on published American works. $30.00
  19. BIOGRAPHICAL DIRECTORY OF THE AMERICAN CONGRESS 1774-1961. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1961, 1863 pages, illustrations, good condition. This is a valuable reference book. I am always using it to look up information on members of Congress during President Lincoln’s administration. This is a large book!    $40.00
  20. Bruce, Robert V. LINCOLN AND THE TOOLS OF WAR. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc., 1956, 1st edition (Ordnance Edition – autographed by the author for the members of the Civil War Book Club), 368 pages, frontis., illustrations, notes, sources cited, index, good+ condition in a good dust jacket, former owner’s name stamped on the ffep. Signed by the author. $15.00
  21. Bullard, F. Lauriston. TAD AND HIS FATHER. Boston: Little, Brown, And Company, 1920, 102 pages, frontis., good condition, two former owner’s bookplates inside the front cover and on the ffep. M2178 variant. $10.00
  22. Burlingame, Michael (editor). DISPATCHES FROM LINCOLN’S WHITE HOUSE – THE ANONYMOUS CIVIL WAR JOURNALISM OF PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARY WILLIAM O. STODDARD. London: University of Nebraska Press, 2002, 287 pages, wraps, notes, index, good+ condition. $15.00
  23. Burlingame, Michael (editor). LINCOLN OBSERVED – CIVIL WAR DISPATCHES OF NOAH BROOKS. Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press, 1998, 1st edition, 291 pages, appendix, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $10.00
  24. Burlingame, Michael (editor). WITH LINCOLN IN THE WHITE HOUSE – LETTERS, MEMORANDA, AND OTHER WRITINGS OF JOHN G. NICOLAY, 1860-1865. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2000, 1st edition, 274 pages, frontis., notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $35.00   
  25. Burlingame, Michael and John R. Turner Ettlinger (editors). INSIDE LINCOLN’S WHITE HOUSE – THE COMPLETE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF JOHN HAY. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1997, 393 pages, pictorial wraps, frontis., appendix, notes, index, very good condition. $25.00
  26. Burlingame, Michael. THE INNER WORLD OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1994, 1st edition, 380 pages, notes on sources, appendix, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed by the author. $25.00
  27. Carr, Clark E. MY DAY AND GENERATION. Chicago: A.C. McClurg & Co., 1908, 1st edition, 452 pages, frontis., illustrations, index, good condition, former owner’s bookplate inside the front cover. Carr wrote the book “Lincoln at Gettysburg”. $10.00
  28. Carriel, Mary Turner. THE LIFE OF JONATHAN BALDWIN TURNER. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1961, 1st edition, 267 pages, illustrations, appendix, good condition in a good dust jacket, former owner’s bookplate is inside the front cover. Turner knew Lincoln at New Salem, and then again met him in Washington in 1862. He spent many evenings with Lincoln at the Soldiers Home along with General Hunter and Colonel Chester. Turner was also instrumental in getting a land grant university in Champaign-Urbana. $10.00
  29. Cathey, James H. TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION; OF THE TRUE GENESIS OF A WONDERFUL MAN. 1899, 185 pages, frontis., illustrations, good+ condition. M1243 – An account of alleged union of Nancy Hanks and Abraham Enloe in Buncombe County, N.C., based on tradition and the physical resemblances of Lincoln to the Enloes. $40.00
  30. Coleman, Charles H. ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND COLES COUNTY, ILLINOIS. New Brunswick: Scarecrow Press, 1955, 1st edition, 268 pages, frontis., illustrations, appendix, chronology, locations, sources of information, index, good+ condition. $25.00
  31. Coy, David Kent. RECOLLECTIONS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN IN COLES COUNTY, ILLINOIS. Charleston: Looking For Lincoln Committee, 2000, 1st edition, 33 pages, pictorial wraps, illustrations, very good condition. $15.00
  32. Crandall, Andrew Wallace. THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY 1854-1856. Gloucester: Peter Smith, 1960, 313 pages, bibliography, index, good+ condition. Signed by the author.    $20.00
  33. Cullom, Shelby M. FIFTY YEARS OF PUBLIC SERVICE – PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF SHELBY M. CULLOM – SENIOR UNITES STATES SENATOR FROM ILLINOIS. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., 1911, 1st edition, 467 pages, boards, ¾ leather, marbled endpapers, teg, frontis., illustrations, index, fair condition, the front hinge is very loose (but still holding), cover show wear.    $15.00
  34. Current, Richard N. THE LINCOLN NOBODY KNOWS. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1958, 1st edition, 314 pages, bibliography essay, index, good+ condition in a good+ dust jacket. $20.00
  35. Dell, Christopher. LINCOLN AND THE WAR DEMOCRATS – THE GRAND EROSION OF CONSERVATIVE TRADITION. Cranbury: Associated University Press, Inc., 1975, 1st edition, 455 pages, appendix, military service, bibliography, index, good condition in a good dust jacket, former owner’s name on ffep. $10.00
  36. Donald, David Herbert. “WE ARE LINCOLN MEN” – ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND HIS FRIENDS. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2003, 1st edition, 269 pages, frontis., illustrations, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $5.00
  37. Donald, David Herbert. LINCOLN. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1995, 1st edition, 714 pages, illustrations, sources and notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Inscribed, dated, and signed by the author. $20.00
  38. Donald, David. CHARLES SUMNER AND THE COMING OF THE CIVIL WAR. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1967, 3rd printing, 416 pages, frontis., illustrations, list of manuscripts collections cited, index, good+ condition in a good dust jacket. $10.00
  39. Donald, David. CHARLES SUMNER AND THE RIGHTS OF MAN. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1979, 634 pages, frontis., illustrations, list of manuscript collections and scrapbooks cited, index, good+ condition in a good- dust jacket. $20.00
  40. Donovan, Frank. MR. LINCOLN’S PROCLAMATION – THE STORY OF THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1964, 1st edition, 146 pages, illustrations, index, good- condition in a good- dust jacket, junior college stamp inside the front cover and on the copyright page, some “non-book person” has taped the dust jacket onto the cover, leaving tape marks. $10.00
  41. Duff, John J. A. LINCOLN – PRAIRIE LAWYER. New York: Rinehart & Company, Inc. 1960, 1st edition, 433 pages, frontis., illustrations, appendix, bibliography, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed by the author. $40.00
  42. Duncan, Kunigunde and D. F. Nickols. MENTOR GRAHAM – THE MAN WHO TAUGHT LINCOLN. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1944, 274 pages, pictorial covers, map endpapers, frontis., appendix, notes, index, good condition in a chipped dust jacket, former owner’s name on back of the frontis. $10.00
  43. Dyba, Thomas J. and George L. Painter. SEVENTEEN YEARS AT EIGHTH AND JACKSON – THE LINCOLN FAMILY IN THEIR SPRINGFIELD HOME. Lisle: IBC Publications, 1985, 2nd edition, pictorial wraps, 69 pages, illustrations, bibliography, very good condition. Signed by both authors. $15.00
  44. Edwards, Ninian W. HISTORY OF ILLINOIS, FROM 1778 TO 1833; AND LIFE AND TIMES OF NINIAN EDWARDS. Springfield: Illinois State Journal Company, 1870, 1st edition, 552 pages, appendix, notes, fair condition, wear to the edges of the spine, read hinge is very weak, former owner’s bookplate is inside the front cover. $45.00
  45. Emery, Tom. THE OTHER JOHN LOGAN: COL. JOHN LOGAN AND THE 32nd ILLINOIS. Carlinville: History In Print, 1998, 18 pages, wraps, bibliography, notes, very good condition. Signed by the author. $25.00
  46. Epstein, Daniel Mark. LINCOLN AND WHITMAN – PARALLEL LIVES IN CIVIL WAR WASHINGTON. New York: Ballatine Books, 2004, 1st edition, 179 pages, frontis., illustrations, sources and notes, acknowledgments, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed by the author. $25.00
  47. Evans, W. A. MRS. ABRAHAM LINCOLN – A STUDY OF HER PERSONALITY AND HER INFLUENCE ON LINCOLN. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1932, 1st edition, 377 pages, frontis., illustrations, bibliography, index, good+ condition in a good dust jacket, bookplates of Eisenbrath and Hambrecht inside the front cover. Signed and dated by the author. M3315 – A documented study. $200.00
  48. Evans, W. A. MRS. ABRAHAM LINCOLN – A STUDY OF HER PERSONALITY AND HER INFLUENCE ON LINCOLN. New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1932, 2nd edition, 377 pages, frontis., illustrations, bibliography, index, good condition. Addison T. Smith, US Representative from Idaho for ten terms, has signed on the ffep. He also indicated that he lived at The Argonne in Washington, a building that still is in the rental business. M3315v. $100.00
  49. Fleischner, Jennifer. MRS. LINCOLN AND MRS. KECKLY – THE REMARKABLE STORY OF THE FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN A FIRST LADY AND A FORMER SLAVE. New York: Broadway Books, 2003, 1st edition, 372 pages, frontis., illustrations, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $5.00
  50. Fletcher, George P. OUR SECRET CONSTITUTION – HOW LINCOLN REDIFINED AMERICAN DEMOCRACY. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001, 1st edition, 292 pages, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $6.00
  51. Gary, Ralph. FOLLOWING LINCOLN’S FOOTSTEPS. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2001, 1st edition, 480 pages, maps, appendices, index, good+ condition in a good+ dust jacket. Abraham Lincoln Book Shop bookplate signed by the author tipped in. $15.00
  52. Gray, Clayton. CONSPIRACY IN CANADA. Montreal: L’Atelier Press, 1957, limited to 250 copies (this one is not numbered), 145 pages, frontis., illustrations, good+ condition. Signed by the author. $40.00
  53. Gray, James. THE ILLINOIS. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1940, 1st edition, 355 pages, pictorial endpapers, illustrations, bibliography, index, good condition. There are many references to Lincoln in this book. $10.00
  54. Greenbie, Sydney and Marjorie Barstow Greenbie. ANNA ELLA CARROLL AND ABRAHAM LINCOLN – A BIOGRAPHY. Manchester: Falmouth Publishing House, Inc., 1952, 1st edition, 539 pages, frontis., illustrations, chapter notes, bibliography, index, good+ condition. $15.00
  55. Greenbie, Sydney and Marjorie Barstow Greenbie. HOOF BEATS TO HEAVEN – A TRUE CHRONICLE OF THE LIFE AND WILD TIMES OF PETER CARTWRIGHT, CIRCUIT RIDER. Penobscot: Traversity Press, 1955, limited edition #79/600 copies, 623 pages, map endpapers, frontis., illustrations, index, very good condition in a good dust jacket. Signed by the author. This is the first of three volumes about Cartwright. The second volume was published in 1962, but I cannot find any information on the third volume. This volume contains no information on the future president, Abraham Lincoln. $35.00
  56. Greenstone, J. David.THE LINCOLN PERSUASION – REMAKING AMERICAN LIBERALISM. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1993, 312 pages, charts and tables, references, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $10.00
  57. Gunderson, Robert Gray. OLD GENTLEMEN’S CONVENTION – THE WASHINGTON PEACE CONFERENCE OF 1861. Madison: The University 0f Wisconsin Press, 1961, 1st edition, 168 pages, illustrations, appendix, notes, bibliography, index, good condition in a chipped dust jacket. $10.00
  58. Hale, William Harlan. HORACE GREELEY – VOICE OF THE PEOPLE. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1950, 1st edition, 376 pages, bibliography, index, good condition. $5.00
  59. Hanchett, William. THE LINCOLN MURDER CONSPIRACIES. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1983, 2nd edition, 303 pages, notes, bibliography, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Clipped signature of the author is glued to the front free endpaper. $10.00
  60. Harkness, David J. and R. Gerald McMurtry. LINCOLN’S FAVORITE POETS. Kingsport: Kingsport Press, Inc., 1959, 1st edition, 101 pages, bibliography, good+ condition.    $20.00
  61. Harrison, Lowell H. LINCOLN OF KENTUCKY. Lexington: The University Press Of Kentucky, 2000, 1st edition, 305 pages, illustrations, notes, bibliographical essay, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $10.00
  62. Herriott, F. I. MEMORIES OF THE CHICAGO CONVENTION OF 1860. BEING INTERVIEWS WITH JUDGE CHARLES C. NOURSE OF DES MOINES AND GENERAL GRENVILLE M. DODGE OF COUNCIL BLUFFS, THE MEMORANDA BEING OBTAINED AND PUT IN FORM. Reprinted from the Annals of Iowa for October, 1920 – Vol. XII, pp. 446-466, 24 pages, wraps, frontis., good+ condition. $30.00
  63. Hertz, Emanuel. ABRAHAM LINCOLN: THE TRIBUTE OF THE SYNAGOGUE. New York: Bloch Publishing Company, 1927, 1st edition, 682 pages, frontis., illustrations, good- condition, edges of the spine are worn. Long inscription, dated, and signed by the author. M2935 – Tributes from 66 eminent Jews. $45.00
  64. Hertz, Emanuel. THE HIDDEN LINCOLN – FROM THE LETTERS AND PAPERS OF WILLIAM H. HERNDON. New York: The Viking Press, 1938, limited edition #83/150 copies, 461 pages, frontis., illustrations, appendix, index, good+ condition in a good+ case, Valentine Bjorkman bookplate inside front cover. M3623v – Publications of the letters and notes which served as source material for Herndon’s Lincoln. $225.00
  65. Hesseltine, William B. LINCOLN AND THE WAR GOVERNORS. New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1955, 2nd printing, 427 pages, bibliography, index, good+ condition in a good- dust jacket. $10.00
  66. Hesseltine, William B. THREE AGAINST LINCOLN – MURAT HALSTEAD REPORTS THE CAUCUSES OF 1860. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1960, 1st edition, 321 pages, appendices, notes, index, good condition, Library of Congress bookplate inside the front cover and stamps on the half title page and on the copyright page. $15.00 (another copy vg in vg dj)
  67. Hickey, James T. THE COLLECTED WRITINGS OF JAMES T. HICKEY. Springfield: The Illinois State Historical Society, 1990, 218 pages, wraps, illustrations, good+ condition. $10.00
  68. Holland, J. C. HOLLAND’S LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1998, reprint of the 1866 edition, 552 pages, pictorial wraps, frontis., illustrations, index, very good condition. $8.00
  69. Holzer, Harold (compiler and editor). DEAR MR. LINCOLN – LETTERS TO THE PRESIDENT. Reading: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1993, 1st edition, 380 pages, pictorial endpapers, frontis., illustrations, notes to introduction, sources, bibliography, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket.    $10.00
  70. Holzer, Harold. LINCOLN AT COOPER UNION – THE SPEECH THAT MADE ABRAHAM LINCOLN PRESIDENT. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2004, 1st edition, 338 pages, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed by the author. $25.00
  71. Holzer, Harold. LINCOLN SEEN & HEARD. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2000, 1st edition, 226 pages, frontis., illustrations, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $12.00
  72. Horner, Harlan Hoyt. LINCOLN AND GREELEY. Champaign/Urbana: The University of Illinois Press, 1953, 1st edition, 432 pages, bibliography, index, good+ condition in a good+ dust jacket. Inscribed, dated, and signed by the author. $35.00
  73. Houser, M. L. LINCOLN’S EDUCATION AND OTHER ESSAYS. New York: Bookman Associates, 1957, 1st edition, 356 pages, frontis., a selected list of 100 books and essays about Lincoln, bibliography, index, good+ condition in a good- dust jacket. $15.00
  74. Houser, M. L. LINCOLN’S EDUCATION AND OTHER ESSAYS. New York: Bookman Associates, 1957, 1st edition, 356 pages, frontis., a selected list of 100 books and essays about Lincoln, bibliography, index, good- condition in a good- dust jacket, junior college stamp inside the front cover and on the copyright page, some “non-book person” has taped the dust jacket onto the cover, leaving tape marks. $10.00
  75. Howells, William Dean. SELECTED WRITINGS OF WILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS. New York: Random House, 1950, 1st edition, frontis., 946 pages, very good condition in a good dust jacket. The writings include “The Rise of Silas Lapham”, “A Modern Instance”, “A Boy’s Town”, and “My Mark Twain”. $10.00
  76. Jellison, Charles A. FESSENDEN OF MAINE – CIVIL WAR SENATOR. Binghamton: Vail-Ballou Press, Inc., 1962, 294 pages, illustrations, notes, bibliography, index, very good condition in a good+ dust jacket. $8.00
  77. Johns, Jane Martin (Howard C. Schaub editor). PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF EARLY DECATUR, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, RICHARD J. OGLESBY, AND THE CIVIL WAR. Decatur: Review Printing & Stationary Co., 1912, 268 pages, frontis., supplement, appendix, good condition, former owner’s name is on the ffep. $60.00
  78. Jones, Edgar DeWitt. LINCOLN AND THE PREACHERS. New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1948, 1st edition, 203 pages, frontis., illustration, appendix, good condition in a good- dust jacket. This book was signed by 19 people who attended The Lincoln Fellowship Club meeting on November 19, 1948. Lincoln authors Tom Starr and Weldon Petz both signed the book. $25.00
  79. Kauffman, Michael W. AMERICAN BRUTUS – JOHN WILKES BOOTH AND THE LINCOLN CONSPIRACIES. New York: Random House, 2004, 1st edition, 508 pages, illustrations, Coda, appendix: Booth’s Diary, bibliography, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $10.00
  80. Kelly, Annie Laurie (reporter). AUGUST 24, 1810 – MAY 10, 1860. THEODORE PARKER – ANNIVERSARIES OF BIRTH AND DEATH. Chicago: Unity Publishing Company, 1911, 1st edition, 212 pages, frontis., illustrations, good condition. Parker was a friend of William Herndon. Herndon probably had Lincoln read some of the pamphlets on theology that Parker wrote. $50.00
  81. King, Willard. LINCOLN’S MANAGER DAVID DAVIS. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1960, 1st edition, 383 pages, frontis., illustrations, bibliography, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed by the author. $50.00
  82. Klement, Frank L. LINCOLN’S CRITICS – THE COPPERHEADS OF THE NORTH. Shippensburg: Beidel Printing House, Inc., 1998, 1st edition, 261 pages, notes, Frank L. Klement bibliography, index, very good condition in a good+ dust jacket. $50.00
  83. Koch, Freda Postle. COLONEL COGGESHALL – THE MAN WHO SAVED LINCOLN. Columbus: PoKo Press, 1985, 1st edition, 261 pages, pictorial wraps, illustrations, bibliography, appendix, index, very good condition. $5.00
  84. Koerner, Gustave. MEMOIRS OF GUSTAVE KOERNER 1809-1896 (two volumes) edited by Thomas J. McCormack. Cedar Rapids: The Torch Press, 1909, 1st edition, 628 and 768 pages, frontis., illustrations, index, good+ condition, many pages uncut.    $625.00
  85. Krug, Mark M. LYMAN TRUMBULL – CONSERVATIVE RADICAL. New York: A. S. Barnes and Company, 1965, 1st edition, 370 pages, frontis., illustrations, selected bibliography, index, good condition in a good- dust jacket. $15.00
  86. Kuhn, Isaac. ABRAHAM LINCOLN – A VAST FUTURE. Champaign: Jos. Kuhn & Co., 1946, Privately Printed, 56 pages, frontis., illustrations, good+ condition. Laid in is a typed letter signed by the author presenting this book to a gentleman who requested a copy. $12.00
  87. Kunhardt III, Philip B., Peter W. Kunhardt, and Peter W. Kunhardt, Jr. LOOKING FOR LINCOLN – THE MAKING OF AN AMERICAN ICON. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2008, 1st edition, 494 pages, pictorial endpapers, frontis., numerous illustrations, source notes, bibliography, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. This is a large book. $10.00
  88. Kunkel, Mabel. ABRAHAM LINCOLN: UNFORGETTABLE AMERICAN. Charlotte: The Delmar Company, 1976, 1st edition, 448 pages, oversized book, frontis., illustrations, notes, bibliography, index, very good condition in a good- dust jacket. $20.00
  89. Lamartine, Alphonse De. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF MY LIFE AND MEMORIES OF MY MOTHER (two volumes). London: Richard Bentley And Son, 1872, 385 and 356 pages, appendix, fair+ condition, hinges are weak, all edges of the spine are frayed. Inside volume one is written “Florence M. Arnold from her father – Christmas 1875”. The writer would be Isaac N. Arnold. $200.00
  90. Lea, J. Henry and J.R. Hutchinson. THE ANCESTRY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1909, 1st edition, 212 pages, frontis., illustrations, appendix, index, good condition. M1771 – Detailed account of Lincoln’s English and American ancestry with copies of chancery proceedings, wills, registers’ records, etc. $25.00
  91. Leacock, Stephen. LINCOLN FREES THE SLAVES. New York: G P Putnam’s Sons, 1934, 1st edition, 178 pages, appendix, index, good condition. M3443 – A popular history of Lincoln and slavery. $15.00
  92. Learned, Marion Dexter. ABRAHAM LINCOLN – AN AMERICAN MIGRATION – FAMILY ENGLISH NOT GERMAN. Philadelphia: William J, Campbell, 1909, limited edition #431/500 copies, 149 pages, frontis., illustrations, index, very good condition. M1773 – Detailed account of Lincoln’s ancestors in Pennsylvania and Virginia.    $45.00
  93. Leroy, David H. MR. LINCOLN’S BOOK – PUBLISHING THE LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATES. New Castle: Oak Knoll Press, 2009, 1st edition, 194 pages, illustrations, bibliography, author/publisher requests, index, CD supplement, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed by the author. $50.00
  94. Lewis, Lloyd. LETTERS FROM LLOYD LEWIS – SHOWING STEPS IN THE RESEARCH FOR HIS BIOGRAPHY OF U. S. GRANT. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1950, 1st edition, 83 pages, good condition. $10.00
  95. Lincoln, Abraham. SPEECH OF HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, DELIVERED IN SPRINGFIELD, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1858. 1858, 1st edition, 8 pages, good+ condition, pages uncut. Housed in a cutom made case. M12. $650.00
  96. Lincoln, Waldo. HISTORY OF THE LINCOLN FAMILY – AN ACCOUNT OF THE DESCENDANTS OF SAMUEL LINCOLN OF HINGHAM, MASSASCHSETTS, 1637-1920. Bowie: Heritage Books, Inc., 2000, facsimile reprint, 718 pages, pictorial wraps, index of persons, good+ condition. $25.00
  97. Lowry, Thomas P. DON’T SHOOT THAT BOY! ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND MILITARY JUSTICE. Mason City: Savas Publishing Company, 1999, 1st edition, 320 pages, frontis., illustrations, notes, bibliography, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $10.00
  98. Ludwig, Emil. LINCOLN. New York: Blue Ribbon Books, Inc., 1930, 505 pages, frontis., index, fair condition. M3212v. $5.00
  99. Lynn, Kenneth S. WILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS – AN AMERICAN LIFE. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., 1971, 1st edition, 372 pages, notes, index, good condition in a good dust jacket. $5.00
  100. Magdol, Edward. OWEN LOVEJOY: ABOLITIONIST IN CONGRESS. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1967, 1st edition, 493 pages, frontis., notes, bibliography, index, good+ condition in a good dust jacket. $10.00
  101. Maihafer, Harry J. WAR OF WORDS – ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND THE CIVIL WAR. Washington: Brassey’s Inc., 2001, 1st edition, 296 pages, notes, bibliography, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $10.00
  102. Manber, Jeffrey and Neil Dahlstrom. LINCOLN’S WRATH – FIERCE MOBS, BRILLIANT SCOUNDRELS AND A PRESIDENT’S MISSION TO DESTROY THE PRESS. Naperville: Sourcebooks, Inc., 2005, 1st edition, 356 pages, illustrations, bibliography, endnotes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket.  $5.00
  103. Masters, Edgar Lee. RIVERS OF AMERICA – THE SANGAMON. New York: Farrar & Rinehart Incorporated, 1942, 1st edition, 258 pages, pictorial endpapers, illustrations, index, good condition in a good- dust jacket. $10.00
  104. Matthews, Elizabeth W. LINCOLN AS A LAWYER: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1991, 1st edition, 248 pages, frontis., illustrations, other bibliographies, index, very good condition. $10.00
  105. Mayer, Henry. ALL ON FIRE – WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON AND THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1998, 1st edition, 707 pages, frontis., illustrations, reference notes, index, very good condition in a good+ dust jacket. $5.00
  106. Maynard, Nettie Colburn. WAS ABRAHAM LINCOLN A SPIRITUALIST? CURIOUS REVELATIONS FROM THE LIFE OF A TRANCE MEDIUM. Philadelphia: Rufus C. Hartranft, Publisher, 1891, 1st edition, 264 pages, frontis., illustrations, appended notes, good condition, Judge Wahlstrom’s bookplate is on the ffep, college stamps inside the front cover and on the copyright page, spine has faded. M1088 – Personal experiences of a trance medium with Abraham Lincoln. $65.00
  107. Mayo, Bernard. HENRY CLAY – SPOKESMAN OF THE NEW WEST. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1937, 1st edition, 570 pages, frontis., illustrations, bibliography, index, good+ condition in a good dust jacket. $5.00
  108. McGinnis, Ralph Y. and Calvin N. Smith (editors). ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND THE WESTERN TERRITORIES. Chicago: Nelson-Hall Publishers, 1994, 1st edition, 222 pages, frontis., illustrations, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $20.00
  109. McGlynn, Frank. SIDELIGHTS ON LINCOLN. Los Angeles: Wetzel Publishing Co., Inc., 1947, 1st edition, 335 pages, frontis., illustrations, good condition in a good dust jacket. McGlynn was Lincoln in John Drinkwater’s classic drama, “Abraham Lincoln”. Inscribed, dated, and signed by the author. $25.00
  110. McMurtrie, Douglas C. LINCOLN GROUP PAPERS – THE TEN ADDRESSES DELIVERED BEFORE THE LINCOLN GROUP OF CHICAGO, 1934-1935, ON VARIED ASPECTS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S LIFE AND INTERESTS – FIRST SERIES. Chicago: Black Cat Press, 1936, 161 pages, good+ condition, former owner’s bookplate inside the front cover. M3529 – Addresses by several Lincoln authors. $45.00
  111. McMurtry, R. Gerald. BEN HARDIN HELM – “REBEL” BROTHER-IN-LAW OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN – WITH A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF HIS WIFE AND AN ACCOUNT OF THE TODD FAMILY OF KENTUCKY. Kingsport: Kingsport Press, 1943, limited edition of 225 copies, 72 pages, frontis., illustrations, good+ condition, Judge Wahlstrom’s bookplate is inside the front cover, junior college stamp on the copyright page. Signed by the author. $125.00
  112. McPherson, James M. “WE CANNOT ESCAPE HISTORY” – LINCOLN AND THE LAST BEST HOPE OF EARTH. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1995, 1st edition, 176 pages, illustrations, notes, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $10.00
  113. Mead, Franklin B. HEROIC STATUES IN BRONZE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Chicago: The Lakeside Press, 1932, 1st edition, 93 pages, boards, paper label on spine and front board, frontis., illustrations, good condition. M3341 – Reproductions of statues and biographical sketches of sculptors. $10.00
  114. Mearns, David Chambers. LARGELY LINCOLN. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1961, 1st edition, 227 pages, good+ condition in a good dust jacket. $5.00
  115. Meredith, Roy. MR. LINCOLN’S CONTEMPORARIES – AN ALBUM OF PORTRAITS BY MATHEW B. BRADY. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1951, 1st edition, 233 pages, illustrations, index, good condition. $8.00
  116. Miers, William E. (editor). LINCOLN DAY BY DAY – A CHRONOLOGY 1809-1865 (one volume edition). Dayton: Morningside, 1991, 487 pages, index, good+ condition in a good+ dust jacket.    $30.00
  117. Miller, Jr., Edward A. LINCOLN’S ABOLITIONIST GENERAL – THE BIOGRAPHY OF DAVID HUNTER. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1997, 1st edition, 293 pages, illustrations, bibliography, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $10.00
  118. Milner, Duncan C. LINCOLN AND LIQUOR. New York: The Neale Publishing Company, 1920, 1st edition, 155 pages, frontis., appendix, list of books quoted, good condition, college library stamp on the title page and on the last page. M2469 – Facts selected from the usual recognized sources to show that Lincoln was opposed to liquor. $45.00
  119. Milton, George Fort. ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND THE FIFTH COLUMN. New York: The Vanguard Press, 1942, 1st edition, 364 pages, frontis., illustrations, bibliography, index, good- condition, former owner’s bookplate is inside the front cover, library stamp on the copyright page, someone has glued and taped articles on all of the blank pages.    $15.00
  120. Mitchell, Wilmot Brookings. ABRAHAM LINCOLN – THE MAN AND THE CRISIS. Portland: Smith & Sale, 1910, 32 pages, boards, frontis., good- condition, the spine is chipped with small pieces missing, the pages are uncut, former owner’s stamp inside the front cover and on the back of the title page. Laid in is a typed note saying this is “one of about 25 copies obtained from the printer; all other copies were junked. The book was never taken from the printer or never sold. Thus the final edition may be considered to be about 25 copies”. M1937 – A centenary address founded on current biographies, etc., with bibliography. $25.00
  121. Mitgang, Herbert (editor). ABRAHAM LINCOLN: A PRESS PORTRAIT – HIS LIFE AND TIMES FROM THE ORIGINAL NEWSPAPER DOCUMENTS OF THE UNION, THE CONFEDERACY, AND EUROPE. Athens: The University of Georgia Press, 1989, 519 pages, pictorial wraps, index, very good condition. Signed by the editor. $10.00
  122. Monaghan, Jay. THE MAN WHO ELECTED LINCOLN. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc., 1956, 1st edition, 334 pages, frontis. (Dr. Charles H. Ray), notes, sources, index, good+ condition in a good dust jacket. $8.00
  123. Monaghan, Jay. THE MAN WHO ELECTED LINCOLN. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc., 1956, 1st edition, 334 pages, frontis. (Dr. Charles H. Ray), notes, sources, index, good+ condition. Stefan Lorant’s bookplate is inside the front cover. $12.00
  124. Morris, Jan. LINCOLN – A FOREIGNER’S QUEST. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000, 1st edition, 205 pages, a chronological index of the events of Abraham Lincoln’s life mentioned in this book, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $5.00
  125. Muelder, Hermann R. FIGHTERS FOR FREEDOM – THE HISTORY OF ANTI-SLAVERY ACTIVITIES OF MEN AND WOMEN ASSOCIATED WITH KNOX COLLEGE. New York: Columbia University Press, 1959, 1st edition, 428 pages, illustrations, appendix, bibliography, index, fair condition in a fair dust jacket, the cover and dust jacket are moisture damaged at the bottom of the cover. $5.00
  126. Neely, Jr., Mark E. THE LAST BEST HOPE OF EARTH – ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND THE PROMISE OF AMERICA. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1993, 214 pages, frontis., illustrations, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $5.00
  127. Neely, Mark E. THE FATE OF LIBERTY – ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND CIVIL LIBERTIES. New York: Oxford University Press, 1991, 1st edition, 278 pages, notes, index to Prisoners of State, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed by the author. $20.00
  128. Nichols, David A. LINCOLN AND THE INDIANS – CIVIL WAR POLICY & POLITICS. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2000, 1st edition, pictorial wraps, bibliography, index, very good condition. $6.00
  129. Nichols, David A. LINCOLN AND THE INDIANS – CIVIL WAR POLICY AND POLITICS. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1978, 1st edition, 223 pages, frontis., bibliography, index, good+ condition in a good+ dust jacket, former owner’s name on the ffep. $20.00
  130. Nicolay, Helen. LINCOLN’S SECRETARY – A BIOGRAPHY OF JOHN G. NICOLAY. New York: Longmans, Green And Co., 1949, 1st edition, 363 pages, frontis., illustrations, index, good condition in a fair dust jacket. $5.00
  131. Nicolay, John G. and John Hay. ABRAHAM LINCOLN – A HISTORY (10 volumes). New York: The Century Co., 1914, 456, 447, 449, 470, 460, 488, 472, 486, 496, and 482 pages, all volumes have a frontis., index in volume 10, poor condition. All of the volumes had black tape on the lower half of the spine, all have several book pockets, all have library stamps, BUT, they are all in a useable condition. M1071. $125.00
  132. Niven, John. SALMON P. CHASE – A BIOGRAPHY. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995, 1st edition, 546 pages, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $10.00
  133. Nye, Russel B. GEORGE BANCROFT – BRAHMIN REBEL. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1945, 2nd edition, 362 pages, frontis., illustrations, appendix, bibliographical notes, list of George Bancroft’s writings, bibliography, general bibliography, index, good condition in a good dust jacket. As Secretary of the Navy, Bancroft established the United States Naval Academy. He also asked President Lincoln to write out his Gettysburg Address remarks to be included in Autograph Leaves of Our Country’s Authors. $10.00
  134. Oakleaf, Joseph Benjamin. A REPRINT OF THE LIST OF BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS RELATING TO ABRAHAM LINCOLN COMPLIED BY DANIEL FISH OF THE MINNESOTA BAR IN 1906.  Rock Island: Augustana Book Concern, 1926, limited edition #78/102 copies, 380 pages, ¾ leather, frontis., index, good+ condition. Signed by the author.  M1499.     $350.00
  135. Oaks, Dallin H. and Marvin S. Hill. CARTHAGE CONSPIRACY – THE TRIAL OF THE ACCUSED ASSASSINS OF JOSEPH SMITH. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1975, 1st edition, 248 pages, map endpapers, illustrations, appendix, bibliographical note, index, very good condition in a good dust jacket. $8.00
  136. Oates, Stephen. WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE – THE LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. New York: Harper & Row, 1977, 1st edition, 492 pages, illustrations, reference notes, index, good+ condition in a good dust jacket. $8.00
  137. Oberholtzer, Ellis Paxson. JAY COOKE: FINANCIER OF THE CIVIL WAR (2 volumes). Philadelphia: George W. Jacobs & Co., 1907, 1st edition, 658 and 590 pages, frontis., illustrations, index, teg, good+ condition. $200.00
  138. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION, HELD IN CINCINNATI, JUNE 2-6, 1856. Cincinnati: Enquirer Company Steam Printing Establishment, 1856, 78 pages, good condition. This probably was a pamphlet that has been bound. $40.00
  139. OLD ABE’S JOKES – FRESH FROM ABRAHAM’S BOSOM CONTAINING ALL HIS ISSUES, EXCEPTING THE “GREENBACKS,” TO CALL IN SOME OF WHICH, THIS WORK IS ISSUED. New York: T. R. Dawley, 1864, 1st edition, (21)-140 pages, fair+ condition, the front wrap and frontis. are missing. This pamphlet is housed in a custom made case. M335 – Anecdotes about and by Lincoln in Washington, including a spiritualist séance in the White House. $350.00
  140. Onstot, T. G. PIONEERS OF MENARD AND MASON COUNTIES – MADE UP OF PERSONAL REMINISCENSES OF AN EARLY LIFE IN MENARD COUNTY, WHICH WE GATHERED IN A SALEM LIFE FROM 1830 TO 1840, AND A PETERSBURG LIFE FROM 1840 TO 1850; INCLUDING PERSONAL REMINISCENCES OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND PETER CARTRIGHT. Peoria: J. W. Frank & Sons, 1902, 1st edition, 400 pages, frontis., illustrations, good condition, the title on the spine has faded, someone has corrected the spelling of Cartwright in pencil throughout. A scarce title. M1385 – Plain talk from an old settler. Anecdotes about Lincoln from the days of his first love to the days on the circuit.    $400.00
  141. Onstot, T. G. PIONEERS OF MENARD AND MASON COUNTIES. Havana: Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1986, reprint of the 1902 edition, 420 pages, illustrations, index, good+ condition, former owner’s stamp on the ffep, a few pencil notes throughout. $40.00
  142. Ormsby, R. McKinley. A HISTORY OF THE WHIG PARTY, OR SOME OF ITS MAIN FEATURES; WITH A HURRIED GLANCE AT THE FORMATION OF PARTIES IN THE UNITED STATES, AND THE OUTLINES OF THE HISTORY OF THE PRINCIPAL PARTIES OF THE COUNTRY TO THE PRESENT TIME, ETC. ETC. Boston: Crosby, Nichols & Company, 1860, 2nd edition, 377 pages, good- condition, spine is stained and worn. Inscribed to Major Shaler Lindsley, dated, and signed by the author.    $35.00
  143. Ostendorf, Lloyd (editor). LINCOLN’S UNKNOWN PRIVATE LIFE – AN ORAL HISTORY BY HIS BLACK HOUSEKEEPER MARIAH VANCE 1850-1860. Mamaroneck: Hastings House Book Publishing, 1995, 1st edition, 260 pages, illustrations, facsimile edition of Adah Sutton’s handwritten manuscript, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed by the editor.    $35.00
  144. Ostendorf, Lloyd. ABRAHAM LINCOLN – THE BOY THE MAN. Springfield: Phillip H. Wagner, 1962, 161 pages, pictorial covers, frontis., illustrations, very good condition.    $15.00
  145. Ostendorf, Lloyd. LINCOLN’S PHOTOGRAPHS – A COMPLETE ALBUM. Dayton: Rockywood Press, 1998, 2nd edition, 437 pages, frontis., illustrations, bibliography of Lincoln Photography Books, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed by the author. $90.00
  146. OUR MARTYR PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN – LINCOLN MEMORIAL ADDRESSES. New York: The Abingdon Press, 1915, reprinted from the original edition, 319 pages, frontis., good condition with pieces of the dust jacket laid in. $50.00
  147. Palmer, John M. PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF JOHN M. PALMER – THE STORY OF AN EARNEST LIFE. Cincinnati: The Robert Clarke Company, 1901, 1st edition, 631 pages, frontis., illustrations, index, good- condition, the hinges are weak. Palmer was a friend of Lincoln’s and other lawyers and politicians of the time. He was also elected governor of Illinois. $80.00
  148. Peterson, James A. IN RE LUCEY HANKS. Yorkville: James A. Peterson, 1973, limited edition #105/150 copies, 42 pages, illustrations, appendix, acknowledgments, very good condition, pages uncut. Signed by the author. $150.00
  149. Peterson, Merrill D. LINCOLN IN AMERICAN MEMORY. New York: Oxford University Press, 1994, 1st edition, 482 pages, pictorial endpapers, illustrations, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket.    $7.00
  150. Petz, Weldon. IN THE PRESENCE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN AT LINCOLN MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY, CUMBERLAND GAP, HARROGATE, TENNESSEE. Knoxville: Newman’s Creative Printing, 1973, 1st edition, pictorial wraps, 104 pages, frontis., illustrations, good+ condition. This is an excellent publication with photos and descriptions of LMU’s Lincoln collection. $25.00
  151. Pinsker, Matthew. LINCOLN’S SANCTUARY – ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND THE SOLDIERS’ HOME. Oxford: University Press, 2003, 1st edition, 256 pages, illustrations, notes, bibliography, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $10.00
  152. Pitman, Benn. THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN AND THE TRIAL OF THE CONSPIRATORS. New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1954, reprint of the 1865 edition with an introduction by Philip Van Doren Stern, 422 pages, frontis., illustrations, appendix, good+ condition. $30.00
  153. Poore: Ben: Perley. PERLEY’S REMINISCENCES OF SIXTY YEARS IN THE NATIONAL METROPOLIS (two volumes). Philadelphia: Hubbard Brothers, 1886, 1st edition, 544 and 543 pages, frontis., illustrations, index, good condition, hinges tender. Laid in is a brief note from the author, “I’m neither rich, or great, or wise – The qualities that men most prize, – and therefore it doth make me laugh to be asked for my autograph. Ben: Perley Poore”. $100.00
  154. Potter, David M. LINCOLN AND HIS PARTY IN THE SECESSION CRISIS. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1943, 2nd edition, 408 pages, biographical note, index, good- condition in a good- dust jacket, much underlining and marginal notes in pencil throughout the text. $12.00
  155. Power, John Carroll. ABRAHAM LINCOLN – HIS LIFE, PUBLIC SERVICES, DEATH AND GREAT FUNERAL CORTEGE, WITH A HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION OF THE NATIONAL LINCOLN MONUMENT, WITH AN APPENDIX. Chicago: H. W. Rokker, 1889, 458 pages, frontis., illustrations, map, good condition. M944.    40.00
  156. Randall, J. G. LINCOLN AND THE SOUTH. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1946, 1st edition, 161 pages, illustrations, good+ condition, former owner’s bookplate is inside the front cover. $15.00
  157. Randall, Ruth Painter. LINCOLN’S SONS. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1955, 1st edition, 373 pages, illustrations, bibliography, index, good condition in a good dust jacket. $5.00
  158. Rawleigh, Wilbur T. FREEPORT’S LINCOLN- EXERCISES ATTENDANT UPON THE UNVEILING OF A STATUE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN; FREEPORT, ILLINOIS, AUGUST 27, 1929, THE SEVENTY-FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF THE FREEPORT LINCOLN-DOUGLAS DEBATE. 1930, Seventy-First Anniversary Edition, 310 pages, illustrations, appendix, index, good condition, former owner’s stamp inside the front cover and on the rear of the title page. Attached to the ffep is a small envelope containing Rawleigh’s card for presentation of the book. M3229 – A program and invitation to the unveiling, reproduction of the statue, history of the debate, and list of the original auditors who were still living. $15.00
  159. Reck, W. Emerson. A. LINCOLN – HIS LAST 24 HOURS. Jefferson: McFarland & Company, Inc., 1987, 1st edition, 232 pages, illustrations, notes, bibliography, index, very good condition. $25.00
  160. Reep, Thomas P. (Constance Reep Unsworth, editor). ABE LINCOLN AND THE FRONTIER FOLK OF NEW SALEM. Middletown: Southfarm Press, 2002, 159 pages, pictorial wraps, illustrations, further readings, index, very good condition. Signed by the editor.    $10.00
  161. Remini, Robert V. HENRY CLAY – STATESMAN FOR THE UNION. New York: W W Norton & Company, 1991, 1st edition, 818 pages, frontis., illustrations, bibliographical essay, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $5.00
  162. Rhodehamel, John H., Thomas F. Schwartz, and James M. McPherson. THE LAST BEST HOPE OF EARTH: ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND THE PROMISE OF AMERICA. San Marino: Huntington Library, 1993, 1st edition, 79 pages, pictorial wraps, frontis., illustrations, exhibition checklist, bibliography, very good condition. Signed by all three authors. $25.00
  163. Rice, Charles Allen Thorndike. REMINISCENCES OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN BY DISTINGUISHED MEN OF HIS TIME. New York: North American Publishing Company, 1886, 1st edition, 656 pages, frontis., biographical sketches, good- condition, hinges are weak, former owner’s name on ffep. M1026. $30.00   
  164. Richards, John T. ABRAHAM LINCOLN – THE LAWYER-STATESMAN. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1916, limited to 300 copies, 260 pages, frontis., illustrations, appendix, index, good+ condition, former owner’s bookplate and name inside the front cover. $60.00
  165. Ringle, Dennis J. LIFE IN MR. LINCOLN’S NAVY. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1998, 1st edition, 201 pages, illustrations, notes, bibliography index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $8.00
  166. Ripstra, J. Henry (publisher). LINCOLN GROUP PAPERS – TWELVE ADDRESSES DELIVERED BEFORE THE LINCOLN GROUP OF CHICAGO ON VARIED ASPECTS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S LIFE AND INTERESTS – SECOND SERIES. Cedar Rapids: The Torch Press, 1945, limited edition #19/500 copies, 231 pages, frontis., good+ condition in a good dust jacket. Signed by the publisher.    $45.00
  167. Rogers, Cameron. COLONEL BOB INGERSOLL – A BIOGRAPHICAL NARRATIVE OF THE GREAT AMERICAN ORATOR AND AGNOSTIC. Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1927, 1st edition, 293 pages, frontis., good condition, pieces of the dust jacket laid in. $8.00
  168. Roske, Ralph J. and Charles Van Doren. LINCOLN’S COMMANDO – THE BIOGRAPHY OF COMMANDER W. B. CUSHING, U.S.N. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1957, 1st edition, 310 pages, map endpapers, illustrations, index, good condition in a fair dust jacket. $5.00
  169. Ross, Harvey Lee. LINCOLN’S FIRST YEARS IN ILLINOIS. Elmira: The Primavera Press, Inc., 1946, reprint of “Early Pioneers and Pioneer Events”, limited edition #5/550 copies, (introduction), 72 pages, frontis., appendix, good+ condition. Signed by Rufus Rockwell Wilson (wrote the introduction). $30.00
  170. Ross, Harvey Lee. THE EARLY PIONEERS AND PIONEER EVENTS OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS. Astoria: Stevens Publishing Company, 1970, reprint of the 1899 edition, 199 pages, marbled boards with cloth spine and tips, frontis., very good condition. Ross knew Lincoln very well in New Salem. He takes issue with many of Herndon’s statements concerning Lincoln’s early life. $20.00
  171. Samples, Gordon. LUST FOR FAME – THE STAGE CAREER OF JOHN WILKES BOOTH. Jefferson: McFarland & Company, Inc., 1982, pictorial wraps, frontis., illustrations, chapter notes, a chronology of the theatrical performances of John Wilkes Booth, representative casts, index, very good condition. $10.00
  172. Sandburg, Carl (introduction). LINCOLN’S DEVOTIONAL. Great Neck: Channel Press, Inc., 1957, 192 pages, good+ condition in a fair+ dust jacket. $5.00
  173. Schurz, Carl. ABRAHAM LINCOLN – THE GETTYSBURG SPEECH AND OTHER PAPERS BY ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1899, frontis., 98 pages, good condition, former owner’s name is on the ffep. A variant of either M1092 or M1093.    $12.00
  174. Scripps, John Locke. THE FIRST PUBLISHED LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN.  Detroit: Cranbrook Press, 1900, limited edition #75/245 copies, 86 pages, leather, satin linings inside covers, frontis., illustrations, very good condition.  As a memorial of John Locke Scripps who long since entered into rest having lived a life full of good thoughts and noble deeds this work is reprinted by his daughter Grace Locke Scripps Dyche.  This is a beautiful book, and is the only one I have ever seen.    $1000.00
  175. Seward, Frederick W. REMINISCENCES OF A WAR-TIME STATESMAN AND DIPLOMAT 1830-1915. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1916, 2nd edition, 489 pages plus ads, frontis, illustration, index, good- condition, front hinge is weak, former owner’s name on the ffep.    $15.00
  176. Shapiro, Samuel. RICHARD HENRY DANA, JR. 1815-1882. Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1961, 1st edition, 251 pages, notes, references, index, good+ condition in a good dust jacket. Dana was the author of Two Years Before The Mast, and was appointed by President Lincoln as District Attorney.    $8.00
  177. Sherwin, Oscar. PROPHET OF LIBERTY – THE LIFE AND TIMES OF WENDELL PHILLIPS. New York: Bookman Associates, 1958, 1st edition, 814 pages, frontis., illustrations, references, notes, bibliography, index, good condition in a good- dust jacket, former owner’s name on the ffep, handwritten notes on the rfep. $5.00
  178. Simon, Paul. FREEDOM’S CHAMPION – ELIJAH LOVEJOY. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1994, 1st edition, 206 pages, illustrations, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed and dated by the author.    $10.00 
  179. Simonds, William E. NEWTON BATEMAN, LL.D. – SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1859, 1864-74. PRESIDENT OF KNOX COLLEGE, GALESBURG, ILLINOIS, 1874-1892. Springfield: reprinted from the Transactions of the Illinois State Historical Society for the Year, 1935, 1937, 42 pages, boards, frontis., illustrations, good+ condition. $15.00
  180. Sokoloff, Alice Hunt. KATE CHASE FOR THE DEFENSE. New York: Dodd, Mead, & Company, 1971, 1st edition, 315 pages, illustrations, notes, index, good+ condition in a good dust jacket. $8.00
  181. Starr, John W., Jr. A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LINCOLNIANA NOT INCLUDED IN THE COMPILATIONS OF DANIEL FISH AND JOSEPH BENJAMIN OAKLEAF. Privately printed, 1926, limited edition #60/100 copies, 69 pages, good+ condition. Signed by the author. M2882 – A list of 380 Lincoln items.    $175.00
  182. Steers Jr., Edward. LINCOLN LEGENDS – MYTHS, HOAXES, AND CONFABULATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH OUR GREATEST PRESIDENT. Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 2007, 1st edition, 264 pages, frontis., illustrations, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed Abraham Lincoln Book Shop bookplate laid in. $10.00
  183. Steers, Jr., Edward. BLOOD ON THE MOON – THE ASSASSINATION OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 2001, 1st edition, 360 pages, frontis., illustrations, notes, bibliography, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $12.00
  184. Steers, Jr., Edward. LINCOLN – A PICTORIAL HISTORY. Gettysburg: Thomas Publications, 1993, 135 pages, pictorial wraps, frontis., illustrations, suggested reading list, good+ condition. $5.00
  185. Stevens, Walter B. A REPORTER’S LINCOLN. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1998, edited edition by Michael Burlingame, 305 pages, pictorial wraps, appendix, notes, index, very good condition. $5.00
  186. Stoddard William O. (edited by Michael Burlingame). INSIDE THE WHITE HOUSE IN WAR TIMES: MEMORIES AND REPORTS OF LINCOLN’S SECRETARY. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2000, pictorial wraps, 226 pages, notes, index, good+ condition. $8.00
  187. Strickland, W. P. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF PETER CARTWRIGHT, THE BACKWOODS PREACHER. Cincinnati: Cranston And Curtis, 1856, 525 pages, fair condition, cover shows some wear, former owner’s name (Judge Carl Wahlstrom) stamped inside the front cover and on the back of the title page.    $60.00
  188. Tackach, James. LINCOLN’S MORAL VISION – THE SECOND INAUGURAL ADDRESS. Jackson: University Press Of Mississippi, 2002, 1st edition, 176 pages, appendix, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $8.00
  189. Tanner, Henry. THE MARTYRDOM OF LOVEJOY. AN ACCOUNT OF THE LIFE, TRIALS, AND PERILS OF REV. ELIJAH P. LOVEJOY WHO WAS KILLED BY A PRO-SLAVERY MOB, AT ALTON, ILL., ON THE NIGHT OF NOVEMBER 7, 1837. BY AN EYE WITNESS. Chicago: Fergus Printing Company, 1881, 233 pages, frontis., illustrations, appendix, good condition, former owner’s name on the ffep (Samuel Clark Munger). This copy has been beautifully bound.    $75.00
  190. Temple, Wayne C. ABRAHAM LINCOLN FROM SKEPTIC TO PROPHET. Mahomet: Mayhaven Publishing, 1995, 1st edition, 446 pages, illustrations, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed by the author. $15.00
  191. Temple, Wayne C. BY SQUARE AND COMPASSES: THE BUILDING OF LINCOLN’S HOME AND ITS SAGA. Bloomington: The Ashlar Press, 1984, limited edition of 4000 copies, pictorial wraps, 164 pages, frontis., illustrations, index, good condition. $10.00
  192. THE FREEPORT DEBATE AND ITS CENTENNIAL COMMEMORATION – ABRAHAM LINCOLN –  STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS   1858 – AUGUST 27 – 1858. Freeport: The Lincoln-Douglas Society, 1959, 1st edition, 239 pages, pictorial endpapers, frontis., illustrations, index, good+ condition.    $10.00
  193. Thomas, Benjamin P. ABRAHAM LINCOLN – A BIOGRAPHY. New York: The Modern Library, 1968, 559 pages, Lincoln Literature, index, good condition in a good dust jacket. $5.00
  194. Thomas, Benjamin P. LINCOLN’S NEW SALEM. Crawfordsville: The Lakeside Press, 1947, 128 pages, map endpapers, frontis., illustrations, notes, index, good condition, former owner’s name inside the front cover. $5.00
  195. Thomas, Benjamin P. LINCOLN’S NEW SALEM. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1954, revised edition, 171 pages, pictorial boards, illustrations, index, good condition in a fair dust jacket, former owner’s bookplate on the ffep. $5.00
  196. Thomas, Benjamin P. PORTRAIT FOR POSTERITY – LINCOLN AND HIS BIOGRAPHERS. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1947, 1st edition, 329 pages, frontis., illustrations, bibliography, index, good+ condition in a fair+ dust jacket. $5.00   
  197. Tidwell, William A. APRIL ’65 – CONFEDERATE COVERT ACTION IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. Kent: The Kent State University Press, 1995, 264 pages, illustrations, notes, bibliography, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed by the author. $30.00
  198. Tisler, C. C. LINCOLN’S IN TOWN. Ottawa: Illinois Office Supply Co., 1940, 1st edition, wraps, 35 pages, good+ condition. Attached is the signature of Lincoln author Harry J. Lytle.    $20.00
  199. Townsend, William H. LINCOLN AND THE BLUEGRASS – SLAVERY AND CIVIL WAR IN KENTUCKY. Lexington: The University of Kentucky Press, 1955, 1st edition, 392 pages, frontis., illustrations, bibliographical notes, index, good+ condition. $10.00
  200. Townsend, William H. LINCOLN THE LITIGANT and ABRAHAM LINCOLN DEFENDANT – LINCOLN’S MOST INTERESTING LAWSUIT. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1925 and 1923, 117 and 43 pages, 1st editions, boards with paper labels, frontis., illustrations, good+ condition, one page has a tear that has been repaired. Laid in LINCOLN THE LITIGANT is a two page letter from the author. M2816 – Account of the lawsuits in which Lincoln was a principal. M2672 – Account with documents, of a lawsuit filed in 1853 with Lincoln as defendant. $225.00
  201. Tripp, C. A. THE INTIMATE WORLD OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. New York: Free Press, 2005, 1st edition, 343 pages, illustrations, notes, bibliography, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $5.00
  202. Turner, Justin G. and Linda Levitt Turner. MARY TODD LINCOLN – HER LIFE AND LETTERS. New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1972, 1st edition, 786 pages, pictorial endpapers, frontis., illustrations, sources and locations of the Letters, bibliography, index, good+ condition in a good dust jacket. Mr. Turner’s bookplate and clipped signature are attached to a front blank page. $45.00
  203. Van Deusen, Glyndon G. THURLOW WEED – WIZARD OF THE LOBBY. Boston: Little, Brown And Company, 1947, 1st edition, 403 pages, illustrations, notes, bibliography, index, good+ condition in a fair dust jacket. Weed was one of America’s first great political bosses, and was instrumental in getting Lincoln nominated for president at the Wigwam. $35.00
  204. Wahlstrom, Carl E. ABRAHAM LINCOLN SERVANT OF THE PEOPLE. Worcester: Achille J. St. Onge, 1942, 1st edition, 56 pages, frontis., good+ condition. With this book is original typed manuscript with corrections signed and dated by the author. Also included are the tear sheets for the book.    $50.00
  205. Wall, Bernhardt. FOLLOWING ABRAHAM LINCOLN 1809-1865. New York: The Wise-Parslow Company, 1943, 1st edition, 415 pages, illustrations, good+ condition in a fair dust jacket.    $20.00
  206. Warner, Mason and J. Hazard Perry. THE LINCOLN CLUB. A VOLUME OF BIOGRAPHY. A GALLERY OF PORTRAITS. Toledo: Warner & Perry, 1899, 384 pages, frontis., illustrations, good condition. Founded in 1894 in Ohio, The Lincoln Club was a political and social club with a large membership consisting of professional, commercial, and laboring classes. $35.00
  207. Warren, Louis A. LINCOLN’S GETTYSBURG DECLARATION: “A NEW BIRTH OF FREEDOM”. Kingsport: Kingsport Press, Inc., 1964, privately printed for The Lincoln National Life Foundation, 236 pages, pictorial endpapers, frontis., sources, index, good+ condition in a fair+ dust jacket, former owner’s bookplate on the half title page. $12.00
  208. Warren, Louis A. LINCOLN’S YOUTH – INDIANA YEARS – SEVEN TO TWENTY-ONE – 1816-1830. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society, 1991, 298 pages, map endpapers, frontis., illustrations, notes, sources, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $6.00
  209. Warren, Louis A. LINCOLN’S YOUTH – INDIANA YEARS – SEVEN TO TWENTY-ONE – 1816-1830. New York: Appleton Century Crofts, Inc., 1959, limited edition #23/500 copies, 298 pages, t.e.g., map endpapers, illustrations, notes, sources, index, very good condition. Signed by the author.    $30.00
  210. Washburne, Mark. A BIOGRAPHY OF ELIHU BENJAMIN WASHBURNE – CONGRESSMAN, SECRETARY OF STATE, ENVOY EXTRAORDINARY (volumes one and two). 2000 and 2001, pictorial wraps, 639 pages and 589 pages, frontis., illustrations, bibliography, endnotes, index, very good condition. Signed and dated by the author. $40.00
  211. Weichmann, Louis J. (edited by Floyd E. Risvold). A TRUE HISTORY OF THE ASSASSINATION OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND OF THE CONSPIRACY OF 1865. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1975, 1st edition, 508 pages, illustrations, appendixes, selected bibliography, notes, index, good+ condition in a good- dust jacket. Inscribed, dated, and signed by the editor. $60.00
  212. Weik, Jesse W. (Michael Burlingame editor). THE REAL LINCOLN – A PORTRAIT. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2002, 453 pages, pictorial wraps, frontis., illustrations, appendix, notes, index, very good condition. $15.00
  213. White, Horace. THE LIFE OF LYMAN TRUMBULL. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1913, 1st edition, 458 pages, frontis., illustration, index, good condition. $20.00   
  214. White, Jr., Ronald. LINCOLN’S GREATEST SPEECH – THE SECOND INAUGURAL. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2002, 254 pages, illustrations, notes, bibliography, index to other Lincoln texts index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $5.00  (another copy)
  215. Whitney, Henry Clay. LIFE ON THE CIRCUIT WITH LINCOLN. Caldwell: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1940, 530 pages, frontis., illustrations, index, good+ condition in a fair+ dust jacket, former owner’s bookplate inside the front cover.   $60.00
  216. Wieck, Carl F. LINCOLN’S QUEST FOR EQUALIY – THE ROAD TO GETTYSBURG. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2002, 214 pages, frontis., notes, bibliography, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $15.00
  217. Williams, Frank J. and William D. Pederson (editors). ABRAHAM LINCOLN: CONTEMPORARY – AN AMERICAN LEGACY. Campbell: Savas Woodbury Publishers, 1995, 1st edition, frontis., illustrations, bibliography, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $10.00
  218. Wills, Garry. LINCOLN AT GETTYSBURG – THE WORDS THAT REMADE AMERICA. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1992, 1st edition, 317 pages, illustrations, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed by the author. $75.00
  219. Wilson, Douglas L. and Rodney O. Davis (editors). HERNDON’S LINCOLN. Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 2006, 481 pages, frontis., illustrations, Editors’ Annotations, Corrigenda, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. Signed by both editors.    $45.00
  220. Wilson, Douglas L. HONOR’S VOICE – THE TRANSORMATION OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1998, 1st edition, 383 pages, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $5.00
  221. Wilson, Douglas L. LINCOLN’S SWORD – THE PRESIDENCY AND THE POWER OF WORDS. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2006, 1st edition, 343 pages, illustrations, appendix, notes, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $5.00
  222. Wilson, Rufus Rockwell. INTIMATE MEMORIES OF LINCOLN. Elmira: The Primavera Press, Inc., 1945, 1st edition, 629 pages, out of series, not numbered or signed, frontis., index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket (something I have never seen before). $175.00
  223. Wilson, Rufus Rockwell. INTIMATE MEMORIES OF LINCOLN. Elmira: The Primavera Press, Inc., 1945, 1st edition #320/750 copies, 629 pages, frontis., index, good condition. $125.00
  224. Wilson, Rufus Rockwell. LINCOLN IN PORTRAITURE. New York: The Press Of The Pioneers, Inc., 1935, 1st limited edition #197/650 copies, frontis., illustrations, good+ condition. Signed by the author. M3500 – Sixty-one portraits and a frontispiece, with history of each. $125.00
  225. Wineberger, J. A. (preparer). DEPARTMENT AND CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. PART I. DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY PART II CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY FOR THE SECOND SESSION OF THE THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Washington: William H. Moore, Printer, 1861, 1st edition, 100, [2], 47, {1} pp., 2 parts in 1, printed boards, two floor plans, good- condition, the boards are chipped. This is a comprehensive guide to the United States Government as of 1861, in the days leading up to and the beginning of the Civil War. The Department Directory is a register of officers in the service of the United States in Washington, as well as department locations, responsibilities, and more. The Congressional Directory provides names and locations of all Senators and Congressmen, plus information about their districts, their residence while in Washington, and is illustrated by a chart of each chamber, accompanied by a seating list. This copy originally belonged to a Senate page.    $100.00
  226. Winkle, Kenneth J. THE YOUNG EAGLE – THE RISE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Dallas: Taylor Trade Publishing, 2001, 1st edition, 395 pages, frontis., illustrations, notes, bibliography, index, very good condition in a very good dust jacket. $5.00
  227. Woodbury, Flora (editor). SCRAP BOOK – AMOS WILLIAMS AND EARLY DANVILLE, ILLINOIS. Danville: Press of Recording & Statistical Corp., N. D., 1st edition, 143 pages, wraps, frontis., illustrations, good+ condition, Judge Wahlstrom’s bookplate is inside the front cover. Much information on Lincoln. $25.00
  228. Wright, John S. LINCOLN & THE POLITICS OF SLAVERY. Reno: University of Nevada Press, 1970, 1st edition, 215 pages, bibliography, index, good+ condition in a fair- dust jacket. $15.00
  229. Zall, P. M. ABE LINCOLN LAUGHING – HUMEROUS ANECDOTES FROM ORIGINAL SOURCES BY AND ABOUT ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 1995, 193 pages, pictorial wraps, frontis., sources, resources, indexes, good+ condition.    $5.00