Letter : Washington, D.C., to Eliza P. Gurney, n.p., 1864 Sept. 4.


Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. Letter : Washington, D.C., to Eliza P. Gurney, n.p., 1864 Sept. 4.

Letter : Washington, D.C., to Eliza P. Gurney, n.p., 1864 Sept. 4.

Autograph letter signed. Thanks Eliza P. Gurney for her prayers and concerns.

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