• Lincoln-Douglas Debate Plaque

    Ray E. White

    Lincoln- Douglas Debate October 13, 1858 historical marker in Washington Park, Quincy, IL. Lorado Taft was the sculptor at a cost of $10,000 in 1935. Exterior BW 10" x 8".

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  • Lincoln-Douglas Debate Boulder

    Granite Boulder commemorating the Quincy Lincoln- Douglas Debate held in Washington Square. Boulder was placed in Washington Park, October 13, 1908. Inscription on the boulder reads, " Lincoln-Douglas…

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  • Lincoln-Douglas Debate Memorial

    Lincoln-Douglas Debate Memorial in Washington Park, Quincy, IL. BW Exterior 10" x 8".

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  • Lincoln-Douglas Debate Memorial

    Lincoln-Douglas Debate Memorial in Washington Park, Quincy, IL. BW Exterior 10" x 8".

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  • Lincoln-Douglas Debate Monument

    Lincoln- Douglas Monument dedicated October 13, 1936 in Washington Park Quincy, IL. BW Exterior 4 1/4" x 5".

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  • Lincoln-Douglas Debate Memorial

    Lincoln-Douglas Debate Memorial in Washington Park, Quincy, IL. Three men are viewing the memorial. BW Exterior 10" x 8".

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  • Lincoln-Douglas Debate Memorial Boulder

    Granite Boulder commemorating the Quincy Lincoln- Douglas Debate held in Washington Square. Boulder was placed in Washington Park, October 13, 1908. Inscription on the boulder reads, " Lincoln-Douglas…

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  • Lincoln-Douglas Debate Memorial Boulder

    Granite Boulder commemorating the Quincy Lincoln- Douglas Debate held in Washington Square. Boulder was placed in Washington Park, October 13, 1908. Inscription on the boulder reads, " Lincoln-Douglas…

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  • Lincoln- Douglas Debate Plaque Dedication

    The Lincoln-Douglas Debate Plaque was dedicated on Oct 13, 1936 in Washington Park, Quincy, IL. Lorado Taft was the sculptor of the plaque. BW Exterior 6" x 4".

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  • Lincoln-Douglas Debate Memorial Postcard

    Genuine Curteich- Chicago

    Lincoln- Douglas Debate Memorial, Washington Park. Quincy, Illinois. October 13, 1858. Reverse of postcard has quotes from each debater. Text reads: Lincoln at Quincy. "We have in this Nation this ele…

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  • Lincoln-Douglas Debate Memorial Postcard

    Genuine Curteich- Chicago

    Lincoln- Douglas Debate Memorial, Washington Park. Quincy, Illinois. October 13, 1858. Reverse of postcard has quotes from each debater. Text reads: Lincoln at Quincy. "We have in this Nation this ele…

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  • Lincoln-Douglas Debate Memorial Boulder Dedication

    Lincoln-Douglas Debate Memorial Boulder Dedication October 13, 1908. Large crowd in Washington Park gathered around memorial with a flag draped over until it was unveiled. BW Exterior 10" x 7 1/2".

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  • Governor Henry Horner and Lorado Taft

    Governor of Illinois, Henry Horner and Sculptor Lorado Taft at the Dedication of the Lincoln-Douglas Debate Plaque in Washington Park, Quincy. BW Exterior 7" x 5".

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  • Lincoln-Doulgas Debate Plaque Dedication

    The Lincoln-Douglas Debate Plaque was dedicated on Oct 13, 1936 in Washington Park, Quincy, IL. Lorado Taft was the sculptor of the plaque. BW Exterior 6" x 4".

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  • Lincoln- Douglas Debates

    Drawing of the Lincoln-Douglas Debate held in Charleston, IL September 18, 1858. Left to right: Orlando B. Ficklin; Dr. Wm. Chambers; Stephen A. Douglas; Horace White; Roland R. Hitt; Abraham Lincoln…

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  • Abraham Lincoln

    Portrait of Abraham Lincoln taken October 1, 1858 during the Senate Campaign in Pittsfield, IL. This was just six days before the fifth debate with Douglas in Galesburg, IL. BW Portrait 4 2/5" x 7 1/5…

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  • Lincoln- Douglas Debates Article

    Quincy Daily Whig and Republican

    Quincy Daily Whig and Republican announcement to area Republicans to meet Lincoln at the depot and escort him to the Court House on October 13, 1858 for the debate with Judge Stephen A. Douglas. BW Ad…

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  • Classified Advertisements

    Quincy Daily Whig and Republican

    Classified advertisements from the "Quincy Daily Whig and Republican" page 4, October 13, 1858, the day of the Lincoln and Douglas debate in Quincy. Includes one for photography at River's Daguerrean…

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  • Fifth Street Looking North from Maine

    Fifth Street, looking North from Maine Street, as it appeared in 1858. On the left is the East half of Washington Square where the Lincoln-Douglas Debate was held. Columns on the right are part of the…

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  • Historical Sketch of Quincy

    Quincy Chamber of Commerce, Photos by Ray E. White

    Booklet. Historical Sketch of Quincy. Folds out to give information on the Lincoln-Douglas Debate Memorial in Washington Park, Governor John Wood Statue in Washington Park; a history of the founding o…

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