Lincoln-Douglas Memorial, Washington Park, Quincy, Illinois
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Excerpts from debate by Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas quoted on back of card: Lincoln at Quincy: We have in this nation this element of domestic slavery. We think it is a wrong not confining itself merely to the persons or the states where it exists, but that it is a wrong in its tendency, to say the least, that it extends itself to the existence of the whole nation. Douglas at Quincy: I hold that the people of the slave holding states are ...
Color postcard. Reissue of card originally produced in 1940. Date handwritten on back: June 15, 1951.
C.T. American art
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