2 edition of Stoutly argufy, Lincolns legal speaking found in the catalog.
Stoutly argufy, Lincolns legal speaking
Robert Gray Gunderson
Written in English
|LC Classifications||E457.2 .G9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||64002600|
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_]pj "STOUTLY ARGUFY": I LINCOLN'S LEGAL SPEAKING By ROBERT G. GUNDERSON FEW personalities of the past or present have been more intimately exposed to public scrutiny than Abraham Lincoln. His-torians have delved into every nook and cranny of his psyche and catalogued his every action, day by day if not hour by hour.
On the morning of Februfor. Madison: The Lincoln Fellowship of Wisconsin, Paperback. Small 4to. Stiff cream wrappers. 15pp. Illustrations. Fine. Item # Historical Bulletin No. 21, being Gunderson's speech delivered on 12 February at this group's annual meeting.
First edition. "Stoutly argufy", Lincoln's legal speaking, address at annual meeting, Lincoln Fellowship Lincolns legal speaking book Wisconsin, Madison, Febru Author: Robert Gray Gunderson ; Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana (Library of Congress).
"Stoutly argufy": Lincoln's legal speaking / Creator/Author: Lincoln Fellowship of Wisconsin, Gunderson, Robert Gray Physical Description: 14 p.: ill.
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