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" Well, he kind a flushed up and set his lips together, but he knowed me, and so he went off. In about two minutes the door popped open and out came Mr. Lincoln, his face all lit up. He saw me first thing, and he laid holt of me and just shook my hands... "
He knew Lincoln - Page 14
by Ida Minerva Tarbell - 1907 - 39 pages
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The American Magazine, Volume 63

Biography & Autobiography - 1907
...brother in Washington, clerk in a department awful set up 'cause he had an office and when I got down there I told him I'd come to visit Mr. Lincoln....You're goin' to stay to supper with Mary and me.' "Didn't I know it? Think bein' president would change him not a mite. Well, he had a right smart...
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The Story-life of Lincoln: A Biography Composed of Five Hundred True Stories ...

Wayne Whipple - Presidents - 1908 - 708 pages
...popped open and out came Mr. Lincoln, his face all lit up. He saw me first thing, and he laid hold of me, and just shook my hands fit to kill. 'Billy,'...You're goin' to stay to supper with Mary and me.' Didn't I know it? Think bein' President would change him? not a mite. Well, he had a right smart...
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The Story-life of Lincoln: A Biography Composed of Five Hundred True Stories ...

Wayne Whipple - Presidents - 1908 - 708 pages
...popped open and out came Mr. Lincoln, his face all lit up. He saw me first thing, and he laid hold of me, and just shook my hands fit to kill. 'Billy,'...You're goin' to stay to supper with Mary and me.' Didn't I know it? Think bein' President would change him? not a mite. Well, he had a right smart...
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Children's Second Book of Patriotic Stories: The Spirit of '61

Asa Don Dickinson, Helen Winslow Dickinson Dickinson - United States - 1918 - 372 pages
...and see what he says.' Well he kind a flushed up and set his lips together, but he knowed me, ancl so he went off. In about two minutes the door popped...You're goin' to stay to supper with Mary and me.' talked. He asked me about pretty nigh everybody in Springfield. I just let loose and told him about...
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Abraham Lincoln and the Forge of National Memory

Barry Schwartz - Biography & Autobiography - 2003 - 367 pages
...In about two minutes the beaming president is at the door. He saw me first thing, and he laid hold of me, and just shook my hands fit to kill. "Billy,"...says, "now I am glad to see you. Come right in. You're going to stay to supper with Mary and me." . . . Well, we had supper and then talked some more, and...
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