Catalog Record: Commonwealth of Massachusetts, by His Excellency Curtis Guild, Jr., governor: A proclamation : ... twelfth day of February, the birthday of Abraham Lincoln, is in Massachusetts set apart for the celebration of the true spirit of Americanism with designation of Lincoln day ... given at the Executive chamber, in Boston, this first day of February ... one thousand nine hundred and eight | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Commonwealth of Massachusetts, by His Excellency Curtis Guild, Jr., governor: A proclamation : ... twelfth day of February, the birthday of Abraham Lincoln, is in Massachusetts set apart for the celebration of the true spirit of Americanism with designation of Lincoln day ... given at the Executive chamber, in Boston, this first day of February ... one thousand nine hundred and eight ...

Corporate Author: Massachusetts.
Language(s): English
Published: [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1908]
Subjects: Proclamations > Massachusetts.
Lincoln Day.
Note: Massachusetts state arms at head of sheet.
Signed: Curtis Guild, Jr. By his excellency the governor, William M. Olin, secretary of the Commonwealth. ...
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Printed area measures 38.2 x 21.4 cm.
Physical Description: 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 44 x 28 cm.
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