Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Abraham Lincoln document, 1863
File — Box 10
Scope and Contents
Signature on “a Warrant for the pardon of Jacob Jacoby.”
Alexander Gardner, "President Lincoln on the Battle Field of Antietam, 1862"
Louisville-area newspapers covering President Abraham Lincoln's assassination
Two newspapers (New Albany Daily Ledger and Louisville Daily Union Press) dated April 15, 1865, including reports of President Abraham Lincoln's assassination.
Dates: April 15, 1865
Randle Bond Truett recording collection
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description Consists of four "transcription disc" recordings on the Gettysburg Address, the Lincoln Museum, Peterson House, and Lincoln Memorial. These recordings were transferred to a reel-to-reel tape, which is also part of the collection. It is not clear whether these recordings were made by Randle Bond Truett or by others; Truett, a historian, did offer lectures on Lincoln's life and death. The disc and tape labelled "Peterson House" may refer to the Petersen House, the boarding house where Lincoln...
Henry Watterson papers (microfilm)
Content Description The papers of Henry Watterson are preserved on microfilm and include letters, telegrams, editorials, speeches, newspaper clippings, family history, photographs and Watterson's autobiography. This collection records the newspaper editor's career and documents, through his editorials and correspondence, his stand against protective tariff, his objection to the Civil Service Act, endorsement of the Gold Democrats in 1896, his opinions on William Jennings Bryan, the rift and subsequent...
Dates: 1857-1983; Majority of material found within 1882-1821