Autograph letter signed : Lincoln, to her daughter Una, 1857 May 23-24.

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Hawthorne, Sophia Peabody, 1809-1871. Autograph letter signed : Lincoln, to her daughter Una, 1857 May 23-24.

Autograph letter signed : Lincoln, to her daughter Una, 1857 May 23-24.

Noting, "I should not feel comfortable to be going about without you, if I did not know how tired you always get with sightseeing"; describing the Saturday evening street scene from her window and a band that played a piece by Beethoven; giving details of her visit to Lincoln Catherdral with Nathaniel and Julian Hawthorne; discussing damage to the Cathedral caused by Henry VIII and Oliver Cromwell; mentioning Sir Christopher Wren, who built the Cathedral's library; reporting that Julian "pilfered frightfully from the Cathedral, & [she] did not observe it. He did not suppose it any harm -- he has a bit of the Roman altar!"

1 item (24 p.) : ill. ; 17.9 cm.

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