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Noon Closing on Friday, September 29th
Abraham Lincoln Book Shop, Inc. will be closing at noon on Friday, September 29nd. The book shop will be open regular hours the following day, Saturday, the 23rd, from 10am to 4pm. ... Read More
The Latest Book List, Catalog & ...
We endeavor to offer a new Book List every month, depending on our workload in the shop. The link to the latest list is below. The Catalogs are below the Book List. Below that, you will find our Bibliographies. Join our Email List or follow us on Facebook. You'll hear about the Book List, know who's coming on A House Divided ... Read More
A Look at Lakeside Classics
Richard Robert Donnelley opened his Chicago printing company in 1864. In 1870, he changed the name to Lakeside Printing and Publishing Company. Rising from the ashes of the 1871 fire, by 1901 they moved into their own building. Located in today's Printer's Row neighborhood, the building is architect Howard Van Doren Shaw's very first design of a commercial building. The ... Read More
Abraham Lincoln Signatures – A Primer
People are always curious about Abraham Lincoln Signatures. Where do they come from? What makes one example a "starter signature" and another a once-in-a-lifetime find? In our latest video Daniel ... Read More
Quoting Lincoln… or Not…
Abraham Lincoln is one of the world's most frequent victims of misattributed and inaccurate quotes. From the popular and folksy "Whatever you are, be a good one"--probably paraphrased and usually attributed ... Read More
Iannelli Bust to Be Reproduced, Displayed ...
One of the most rewarding parts of our jobs here are Abraham Lincoln Book Shop is the opportunity to find the right homes for the objects that come through the ... Read More
This morning the media is all "abuzz" about a certain interloper to last night's vice presidential debate. Although much less common than cats on a playing field, the fly is no ... Read More