[Washington: 1909]. 60th Cong., 2d Sess. H.R. 25550. Light toning and wear, else Very Good.
The Bill, introduced by Congressman Rodenberg, would appropriate $150,000 to purchase Oldroyd's entire collection "of Lincoln relics, containing three thousand pieces, more or less, and for the acquisition...of number five hundred and fourteen and five hundred and eighteen Tenth street northwest, Washington, adjoining the government property known as the house in which President Lincoln died..." An outpouring of affectionate remembrance attended the hundredth anniversary of Lincoln's birth.
Not in Monaghan. Item #31679