Lincoln statue at the University of Wisconsin, erected 1909
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Lincoln statue at the University of Wisconsin, erected 1909 addresses at ceremonies of acceptance and of dedication of the only replica of statue by Adolph A. Weinman at Hodgenville, Kentucky. by Lincoln Fellowship of Wisconsin.

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Published in Madison .
Written in English


  • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 -- Sermons.,
  • Weinman, Adolph A. 1870-1952.,
  • Wisconsin. University. Lincoln statue.

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Edition Notes

SeriesIts Historical Bulletin, no. 8
LC ClassificationsF589.M1 L5
The Physical Object
Pagination17 p.
Number of Pages17
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6084974M
LC Control Number50058139

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Some University of Wisconsin-Madison students of color want the university to remove one of its most iconic landmarks, a statue of Abraham Lincoln, because of what they see as the former president   The Abraham Lincoln Statue is a historic statue in the Hodgenville Commercial Historic District's public square in Hodgenville, Kentucky. Adolph Alexander Weinman sculpted the statue, as he also did the Lincoln statue at the capitol rotunda at Frankfort, Kentucky. The Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park is nearby. The statue was the result of the Lincoln Monument Commission /points-of-interest/abraham-lincoln-statue-kentucky. W.D. Hoard, a former Wisconsin governor and president of the Board of Regents, spoke at the statue’s unveiling ceremony and accepted the gift “because of our deep and lasting gratitude as a commonwealth for the character and services of Abraham Lincoln; because of the faith and pride we have in the purpose and achievements of our noble The lincoln statue at the University of Wisconsin, erected addresses at ceremonies of acceptance and of dedication of the only replica of statue by Adolph A. Weinman at Hodgenville, Kentucky. Creator/Author: Lincoln Fellowship of Wisconsin Physical Description: 17 p.: ill. ; 26 cm. Publication Date: Category: Books & Pamphlets?cs=L&creator=Lincoln.