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Civil War Train Bookend & Lincoln Gettysburg Book

ITEM: AD7265
$128.00 Now $98.00 Save 23%
For Lincoln lovers and train buffs, a Civil War book and bookend

Enjoy the fine detailing on this train bookend
The trains of the Civil War moved soldiers, supplies---and even a president, to places like Gettysburg. We worked with the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum to create this highly detailed replica of an engine that would have been ubiquitous in the 1860s. As a bookend, it works for both right and left orientations. A story decal is on the back.

Add our exclusive book on Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address
Pair your bookend with our Levenger Press collector-edition book, which features facsimiles of all five versions of the Gettysburg Address that Lincoln wrote longhand, plus text by Lincoln scholar Douglas L. Wilson on the real story of how and when Lincoln wrote his iconic speech. (Wilson was an adviser for the film Lincoln.) Produced in partnership with the Library of Congress, the book also contains unbound copies of two of Lincoln’s drafts, folded as he had folded them, plus a trove of telegrams, letters and other artifacts surrounding the making of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. Only from Levenger.

  • Polyresin in black
  • Painted brass trim
  • 4 rubber feet at the bottom add stability and protect the surface of your bookcase or desk
  • 8 3/4W x 3 1/8D x 3 1/4H
  • 1.5 pounds
  • Book:
  • The first full-color, full-size facsimiles of all five handwritten versions of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address
  • Two versions are also reproduced unbound in the book’s back pocket
  • Published in association with the Library of Congress
  • Reproductions of old maps, photographs, telegrams and letters on the Gettysburg battle and dedication, all from the Library’s extensive archives
  • Original narrative by Lincoln scholar Douglas L. Wilson
  • Additional narratives by Lincoln scholars John R. Sellers, Lloyd A. Dunlap and David C. Mearns
  • Printed on archival paper
  • Smythe-sewn for longevity
  • Hardcover linen binding; 136 pages
  • 9 1/2 x 12
  • Printed in America by an eco-friendly printer
  • Not in the bookstores--only from Levenger
Buy this exclusive Civil War bookend and Gettysburg book, and you’ll have a great way to commemorate this 150th anniversary year of the Gettysburg Address
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