[Abraham Lincoln] Washington. To “Dear Bennett” [John Bennet]. Jan. 15, 1849. Handwritten, w/o signature. 1 partial page (1 folio pc.). Re: placement in California, writes “I shall especially remember you, and do something for you if I can.”
A. Lincoln. Springfield, Ill. To Hon. Cassius M. Clay. July 20, 1860. ALS, 2 pp. (1 pc.) Re: discusses Clay’s speaking appointments in Indiana, and further asks permission to make further speaking appointments for Clay in the state of Illinois. See Cassius Marcellus Clay Papers.
Lyman Trumbull. Springfield, [Ill.] To A. Lincoln. Nov. 8, 1860. ALS, 2 pp. Re: concerns the future application of a man from St. Paul, for the office of U.S. District Attorney of Minnesota.
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A. Lincoln. To Mr. Edwards. n.d. Handwritten, signed note. Re: writes “Will Mr. Edwards please attend to this case, and notify me?”