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E457 .U64 [Info] A. Lincoln, Man of the People, by United States Information Service (multiple editions)
E457 .U64x [Info] A. Lincoln: Ibraham Linkun, avam ka muhabub rahnama (Urdu edition), by United States Information Service (multiple formats at
E457 .U64x [Info] A. Lincoln, Man of the people (English-language edition, wide format), by United States Information Service (multiple formats at
E457 .U64x [Info] A. Lincoln, Man of the People (English-language edition, narrow format), by United States Information Service (multiple formats at
E457 .U64x [Info] E. Lankvan, Prann Su Khon Chon Kri (Burmese edition), by United States Information Service (multiple formats at
E457 .U64x [Info] Lokagrani Linkana (Marathi edition), by United States Information Service (multiple formats at
E457.15 .B32 [Info] Lincoln in the Telegraph Office: Recollections of the United States Military Telegraph Corps During the Civil War (New York: The Century Co., 1907), by David Homer Bates
E457.15 .C33 [Info] Wit and Humor of Abraham Lincoln (Chicago: Shrewesbury Pub. Co., c1916), by Carleton B. Case (HTML with commentary at
E457.15 .D6 [Info] How We Elected Lincoln: Personal Recollections of Lincoln and Men of His Time, by Abram J. Dittenhoefer (HTML with commentary at
E457.15 .L46 [Info] Lincoln: "Como yo no Quiero Ser Esclavo, Tampoco Quiero Ser Amo" (in Spanish; ca. 1959), by United States Information Service, illust. by Daniel Núñez (multiple formats at
E457.15 .M14 [Info] Lincoln's Yarns and Stories: A Complete Collection of the Funny and Witty Anecdotes That Made Abraham Lincoln Famous as America's Greatest Story Teller, by Alexander K. McClure (Gutenberg text)
E457.15 .T184 [Info] He Knew Lincoln (New York: The McClure Co., 1908), by Ida M. Tarbell (multiple formats at
E457.15 .W334 1939 [Info] Little Known Facts About Thanksgiving and Lincoln's Proclamation (Fort Wayne, IN: Lincoln National Life Insurance Co., ca. 1939), by Louis Austin Warren (multiple formats at
E457.2 .A144 1959 [Info] Abraham Lincoln: From His Own Words, and Contemporary Accounts (London: United States Information Service, 1959), ed. by Roy Edgar Appleman, contrib. by Abraham Lincoln (multiple formats at
E457.2 .B5 1915 [Info] Lincoln as the South Should Know Him (third edition; Raleigh, NC: Manly's Battery Chapter, Children of the Confederacy, ca. 1915), by O. W. Blacknall (multiple formats at
E457.2 .C18 [Info] Lincoln (Chicago: Chicago Historical Society, 1911), by William John Cameron
E457.2 .M813 [Info] Abraham Lincoln, Lawyer (Greenfield, IN: W. Mitchell Printing Co., 1922), by Charles W. Moores (multiple formats at Indiana)
E457.2 .R34 [Info] Abraham Lincoln: Was He a Christian? (1893), by John E. Remsburg (Gutenberg text)
E457.2 .S3 [Info] Lincoln, el Precursor de la Buena Vecindad (in Spanish; Havana: Editorial Unidad, 1951), by Emeterio S. Santovenia (multiple formats at
E457.3 .B98 1898 [Info] In the Boyhood of Lincoln: A Tale of the Tunker Schoolmaster and the Times of Black Hawk (New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1898), by Hezekiah Butterworth (Gutenberg text, illustrated HTML, and page images)
E457.35 .A87 [Info] Lincoln's Love Story (New York: Doubleday, Page and Co., 1909), by Eleanor Atkinson
E457.4 .L74 [Info] Political Debates Between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas In the Celebrated Campaign of 1858 in Illinois, Including the Preceding Speeches of Each at Chicago, Springfield, etc.; Also the Two Great Speeches of Abraham Lincoln in Ohio in 1859 (Cleveland: Burrows Bros. Co., 1897), by Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas (HTML at Bartleby)
E457.4 .L773 [Info] In the Name of the People: Speeches and Writings of Lincoln and Douglas in the Ohio Campaign of 1859 (Columbus: Pub. for the Ohio Historical Society by the Ohio State University Press, c1959), by Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas, ed. by Harry V. Jaffa and Robert W. Johannsen
E457.4 .P65 [Info] History and Evidence of the Passage of Abraham Lincoln From Harrisburg, Pa., to Washington, D.C., on the Twenty-Second and Twenty-Third of February, 1861 (ca. 1906), by Allan Pinkerton (multiple formats at
E457.5 .C512 [Info] The Assassination of Lincoln, As Told by Father Chiniquy (reprinted extract from "Fifty Years in the Church of Rome"), by Charles Paschal Telesphore Chiniquy (multiple formats at

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