FRAMED ABRAHAM LINCOLN SESQUICENTENNIAL LIBRARY CARTOON

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Item Code: JPB255

Framed photograph of a cartoon by artist William Coulter, whose cartoons have appeared in the Washington Post and numerous other national periodicals.

In this sesquicentennial year, the cartoon Lincoln figure seems humorously suggestive of actor Daniel Day-Lewis. Given his stack  titles [Gettysburg, Abe Lincoln in Illinois, Shelby Foote, New Salem, Lincoln & Douglas, Sandburg’s Lincoln, Mary Todd Lincoln, Mr. Lincoln’s Army, Sherman’s March,  U.S. Grant Memoirs] the President  appears to be boning up for his 2013 Academy award winning role in the movie “Lincoln”, beginning with Gettysburg, and that brief but memorable speech.

Frame measures 10 ¾” x 17 ¾”.  Perfect gift for Lincoln buffs, and serious Civil War bibliophiles.

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