Famous speech was patchwork success

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Famous speech was patchwork success

Library to display Lincoln’s copy of cut-and-paste inaugural address
President Abraham Lincoln first wrote his second inaugural address out by hand, then had a typed, cut and glued “reading copy” that he had on the podium. Both versions will be on exhibit at the Library of Congress in March honoring the 150th anniversary of Lincoln’s famous speech.

Famous speech was patchwork success

President Abraham Lincoln first wrote his second inaugural address out by hand, then had a typed, cut and glued “reading copy” that he had on the podium. Both versions will be on exhibit at the Library of Congress in March honoring the 150th anniversary of Lincoln’s famous speech.
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