Memorandum, June 1863.


Ohio man. Memorandum, June 1863.

Memorandum, June 1863.

Notes taken by an unidentified Ohio man on his conversations with Secretary of the Interior John P. Usher and James W. Beckham of New York, mostly concerning conversations with or incidents involving Abraham Lincoln.

6 p.

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