John E. Boos collection 1863-2005 1863-1940 Boos, John E. collection

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John E. Boos collection 1863-2005 1863-1940 Boos, John E. collection

The John E. Boos collection contains personal reminiscences of the life and assassination of Abraham Lincoln and of the Civil War, solicited and compiled by Boos in the early 20th century. The material is held in seven bound volumes, complemented by a number of loose manuscripts.

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