Mr. Lincoln Comes to Gettysburg by Mort Kunstler, Classic Editio
Mr. Lincoln Comes to Gettysburg, November 18, 1863 by Mort Kunstler is a limited Classic Edition giclee canvas size 19″ x 33″ wide, limited to 50 canvases. Also see listing for the Signature Edition.
The train that brought the president to Gettysburg, also carried his secretaries, three members of his cabinet, a number of foreign ministers and members of the military from Washington and Baltimore.
Despite his stately appearance, the president felt fatigued from his trip and was later diagnosed with a mild case of smallpox. In addition to the war effort, he was also worried about his son, who was ill at the time. Upon his arrival, Lincoln was handed a telegram that lifted his spirits. Tad was feeling much better. The next day he would deliver his famous Gettysburg Address, which has been celebrated and has reverberated for the following generations as one of the most poignant speeches in American history.
- Model: Kunstler-MrLincolnComesGettysbur
- Shipping Weight: 8lbs
- Manufactured by: American Spirit Publishers
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