Chief Justice William Howard Taft Comments on an Abraham Lincoln Address by Emanuel Hertz

March 26, 1926

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Chief Justice William Howard Taft Comments on an Abraham Lincoln Address by Emanuel Hertz
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      The only man to be both President and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court here comments, obliquely, on an address about Lincoln, in which Hertz has “noted a reference to a suggestion of mine.”


      Typed Letter Signed ("Wm H. Taft"), as Chief Justice, 1 page, quarto, The Supreme Court, Washington D.C., May 26, 1926. To Emanuel Hertz. Tipped to a larger 3-hole punched page.
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      Supreme Court of the United States
      Washington, D.C.

      March 26, 1926.

      My dear Mr. Hertz:

      I have your last address on Lincoln, which I have read with interest and have noted your reference to a suggestion of mine. I thank you for giving me an opportunity to see it.

      Sincerely yours,

      WM H TAFT


      Emanuel Hertz, Esq.,
      149 Broadway,
      New York, N. Y.