• Lincoln-Douglas debate celebration

    Harold E. Way

    Stage and speaker at the 1908 Lincoln-Douglas debate celebration. The man seated to the right of the speaker is Clark E. Carr.

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  • Lincoln-Douglas debate celebration

    Harold E. Way

    View of the crowd and the stage on the east side of Old Main during the 1908 Lincoln-Douglas debate celebration.

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  • Lincoln-Douglas debate celebration

    Harold E. Way

    Stage and speaker at the 1908 Lincoln-Douglas debate celebration. The man seated to the right of the speaker is Clark E. Carr.

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  • Lincoln-Douglas debate celebration

    Harold E. Way

    View of the enormous crowd at the 1908 Lincoln-Douglas debate celebration.

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  • Robert Todd Lincoln

    Harold E. Way

    Robert Todd Lincoln addresses the crowd at the 1896 Lincoln-Douglas debate celebration at Knox College. Harold Way notes that he copied this photograph in 1937 from an original produced in 1896.

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  • Rep. Hopkins of Illinois

    Harold E. Way

    Representative Hopkins of Illinois addresses the crowd at the 1908 Lincoln-Douglas debate celebration.

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  • Grandson of Stephen A. Douglas

    Harold E. Way

    Grandson of Stephen A. Douglas on stage at the 1908 Lincoln-Douglas debate celebration. The man seated to the right of the speaker is Clark E. Carr.

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  • Clark E. Carr, Chairman

    Harold E. Way

    Clark E. Carr addresses the crowd at the 1908 Lincoln-Douglas debate celebration.

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  • Rep. G.W. Prince

    Harold E. Way

    Representative G.W. Prince of Galesburg addresses the crowd at the 1908 Lincoln-Douglas debate celebration.

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  • William Howard Taft

    Harold E. Way

    William Howard Taft, Republican candidate for president of the United States addresses the crowd at the 1908 Lincoln-Douglas debate celebration.

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