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Lincoln--Abraham (President of the United States)

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Title Date Summary
51 Dr. Newton eulogizes Lincoln; special music rendered by selected orchestra
College Eye 8:19, p.1
2/21/1917 Eulogy of Abraham Lincoln delivered by Professor Newton in lieu of regular chapel services.
52 "What Would Lincoln Say?"
College Eye 7:24, p.4
4/5/1916 We should respect former presidents, but not to the point of making every decision based on their principles.
53 Untitled
College Eye 7:18, p.6
2/16/1916 Ruth Imlay read "Oh Captain, My Captain" during chapel in honor of Lincoln's birthday.
54 We have as a student
College Eye 7:6, p.8
10/27/1915 Vera Hanks is a distant relative of Abraham Lincoln.
55 Miss Sara F. Rice
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni 0:0, p.1
4/1/1915 Gave patriotic address on President Lincoln's birthday; address will be printed for distribution.
56 Editorial
College Eye 3:9, p.151
10/30/1913 Deadlines for news items; students should think more seriously about purpose of college; believes students do not treat holidays with respect.
57 Lincoln Day program; best program of its kind in years--senior professor speaker of day
College Eye 2:21, p.1
2/27/1913 Holiday program speaker was Professor Wright.
58 Class gift
Old Gold 0:0, p.49
6/1/1909 Class of 1909 presented the school with a plaque of the Gettysburg Address.
59 Address of W. W. Gist
Normal Eyte 19:19, p.293
2/17/1909 Text of address given by Professor Gist at the Lincoln centennial service.
60 Lincoln centennial; memorial at Normal marked by presentation of bronze tablet by seniors
Normal Eyte 19:19, p.292
2/17/1909 Seniors present bronze tablet with Gettysburg Address inscribed; program included speeches and music.
61 The Grand Army
Normal Eyte 19:17, p.269
2/3/1909 GAR will attend celebration of Lincoln's birthday.
62 Lincoln's birthday
Normal Eyte 18:20, p.319
2/19/1908 GAR and Women's Relief Corps held patriotic exercises.
63 Rev. Birney visited chapel Monday
Normal Eyte 16:20, p.317
2/14/1906 Commemorated President Lincoln's birthday.
64 Friday night
Normal Eyte 15:25, p.399
3/29/1905 Judge Martin J. Wade gave a lecture on Abraham Lincoln.
65 The Negro and the lynch law
Normal Eyte 12:2, p.18
9/21/1901 A look at the history of African-Americans in the US.
66 Neo Society
Normal Eyte 10:21, p.515
2/23/1901 Presented Lincoln and Japan programs.
67 Neotrophian Society
Normal Eyte 9:24, p.571
3/31/1900 Present Lincoln program and debate.
68 Bishop Fowler's lecture
Normal Eyte 8:32, p.452
5/20/1899 Excerpts for the address on Abraham Lincoln.
69 The last number of this year's lecture course
Normal Eyte 8:30, p.414
5/6/1899 Bishop Fowler will speak on Abraham Lincoln.
70 Abraham Lincoln
Stockwell--Steven Sanford (Class of 1895)
Normal Eyte 5:19, p.169
2/15/1896 Honor oration.
71 Probably no two lecturers
Normal Eyte 5:13, p.109
12/14/1895 Review of speeches on Lincoln by Colonel Ingersoll and Henry Watterson.
72 Fine
Normal Eyte 5:12, p.101
12/7/1895 Comments on Ingersoll's speech on Lincoln.
73 A typical American
Laird--Fannie K. (Class of 1894)
Normal Eyte 3:30, p.224
4/28/1894 An essay on Abraham Lincoln.
74 Abraham Lincoln
Lees--Annie (Classes of 1892 and 1893)
Normal Eyte 2:37, p.296
6/17/1893 Commencement oration.


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