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genville statue of Lincoln, for a photograph of the statue for use as an illustration; to his brother sculptor, John Gutzon Borglum, for an autograph photograph of the famous "Borglum bust" unveiled in the Senate February 11, 1909; to the Rt. Hon. Jean Adrien Jusserand, the French Ambassador, for the loan from his private collection of the photographic reproductions of the letters of Mrs. Lincoln and Victor Hugo; to Hon. Robert T. Lincoln for the photograph of the French medal; to Mr. N. Y. Dallman, Managing Editor of The Illinois State Register of Springfield, for the picture of distinguished guests at the Lincoln Tomb; to Mr. Brainard Platt, Acting Managing Editor of The Louisville Courier-Journal for his courteous assistance in securing photographs of the presidential party at the Hodgenville celebration; to The Uptown Kodackery of Denver, for their prompt courtesy in securing for us some exceptionally fine photographs of the Denver celebration; to Collier's Weekly, for permission to use President Roosevelt's Lincoln speech at Hodgenville; to The Chicago Tribune for permission to use the McCutcheon cartoons, and to reprint Booker T. Washington's "An Ex-Slave's Tribute to Lincoln," and for other courtesies; to the other Chicago newspapers, and the newspapers throughout the country, and to The Literary Digest, Review of Reviews, and other magazines, for copies of special issues containing information important to the purpose of this work.
The editor here expresses his sense of obligation to his wife for her help and suggestions, and to his friend and associate, Herbert E. Bradley.
The editor will be glad to receive from readers of this book, copies of any speeches delivered during the Centenary, or interesting facts connected with its Commemoration; and would be especially interested in personal recollections of Lincoln, or of Lincoln's associates and time.
NATHAN WILLIAM MACCHESNEY.
UNION LEAGUE CLUB, CHICAGO,
February, 12, 1910.
THE CHICAGO COMMEMORATION
The Unity of the Nation (A Speech of Introduction)
Hon, William J. Calhoun .
Abraham Lincoln: A Man of the People
President Woodrow Wilson
A Citizen of No Mean Country (A Speech of Introduction)
A Memory of Lincoln (A Speech of Introduction)
Hon. Charles H. Wacker
Abraham Lincoln of Illinois
President Edwin Erle Sparks .
The Figure of an Age (A Speech of Introduction)
Hon. Stephen S. Gregory .
The Great Commoner
Dr. Emil G. Hirsch
The Greatest Apostle of Human Liberty (A Speech of Introduc-
The Other Side of the Question (A reply to the Speech of W. J.
Rev. A. J. Carey .
The Cathedral Utterance of Lincoln
Dr. Charles J. Little.
The Literary Side of Lincoln
Dr. Bernard J. Cigrand
The Great Debate; or, The Prophet on the Stump
THE DENVER COMMEMORATION
Abraham Lincoln: The Perfect Ruler of Men
Joseph Farrand Tuttle, Jr.