Chief Justice William Howard Taft: "The Fame of Lincoln Has Spread to Every Land"

April 29, 1925

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Chief Justice William Howard Taft: "The Fame of Lincoln Has Spread to Every Land"
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      Taft looks forward to reading Hertz’s Lincoln addresses, noting that “The fame of Lincoln has spread to every land, and details in respect to his personality will certainly prove to be of interest and usefulness”.


      Typed Letter Signed ("Wm H. Taft"), as Chief Justice, 1 page, quarto, The Supreme Court, Washington D.C., April 29, 1925. To Emanuel Hertz. Tipped to a larger 3-hole punched page. With Supreme Court transmittal envelope.
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      Supreme Court of the United States
      Washington, D.C.

      April 29, 1925.

      My dear Sir:

      I beg to acknowledge receipt of your addresses on Abraham Lincoln, which I shall read as soon as I have the opportunity.  The fame of Lincoln has spread to every land, and details in respect to his personality will certainly prove to be of interest and usefulness.

      Sincerely yours,

      WM. H. TAFT


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

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      Supreme Court of the United States
      Washington, D.C.

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