1862/12 - Lincoln's Letter to Fanny McCullough

1862/12 - Lincoln's Letter to Fanny McCullough

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Lincoln's Letter to Fanny McCullough​


1613496780751.pngIn December 1862, Abraham Lincoln sent a brief consoling letter to Fanny McCullough, the daughter of lieutenant colonel William McCullough, following his death.

Lincoln had met William McCullough years before when Lincoln was a circuit lawyer in Illinois and McCullough was a Circuit Clerk in...
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