Lincoln-Lee Legion certificate, 1914.


Lincoln-Lee Legion. Lincoln-Lee Legion certificate, 1914.

Lincoln-Lee Legion certificate, 1914.

Certificate (53 x 43 cm.) with black printing except for the title "The Lincoln-Lee Legion" which is in red, outlined in black. Portraits of both Abraham Lincoln and Robert E. Lee appear in upper center. Words of the pledge of abstinence are included. On the right side of the portraits "Date pledges were signed" is written in black ink as well as "Work done by Good Citizenship Committee of the Lawrence St. Cong YPSCC March April 1914". Includes certification that names of persons pledging are as specified as well as five columns containing 155 written names.

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