Benjamin Cardozo Expresses His "Sure Interest" In Essays Written About Lincoln

October 13, 1929

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Benjamin Cardozo Expresses His "Sure Interest" In Essays Written About Lincoln
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      The depth of Cardozo’s interest in Lincoln cannot be traced here, but it is noted, all the same, that Cardozo was the prize pupil of his tutor, Horatio Alger, at the same time that Alger was writing Abraham Lincoln: the Backwoods Boys; or, How a Young Rail-Splitter Became President. A “sure interest” in Lincoln may be easily imagined as the result of that fruitful association


      Autograph Letter Signed, as Chief Justice of the New York Court of Appeals, 1 page, octavo, 16 W. 75th St., [New York City, N.Y.], October 13, 1929. To Emanuel Hertz. With autograph envelope
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      Oct. 13, 1929
      16 W. 75th St.


      Dear Mr. Hertz,

      Thank you so much for the new pamphlets which are sure to interest me.


      Faithfully Yours, 

      BENJAMIN N. CARDOZO 


      Emanuel Hertz, Esq.

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      NEW YORK, N.Y. STA
      OCT 14
      9-AM
      1929


      Emanuel Hertz, Esq.
      149 Broadway
      New York City --


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