Bixby letter

When U.S. President Abraham Lincoln was informed that Mrs. Lydia Bixby had lost five sons fighting for the Union in the Civil War, he wrote this, perhaps the most famous of all, condolence letters

President Abraham Lincoln was informed that Mrs. Lydia Bixby had lost five sons fighting for the Union in the Civil War, he wrote this, perhaps the most famous of all, condolence letters -Amazing!

Abraham Lincoln’s artful letter expressing his condolences to Mrs. Lydia Bixby for the loss of her five sons is one of the president’s most ...

Abraham Lincolns artful letter expressing his condolences to Mrs. Lydia Bixby for the loss of her five sons is one of the presidents most .

Lincoln Bixby Letter or Home Front Mothers

Southern respect: Anna Jarvis, founder of 'Mothers Day,' in the United States, & a fellow West Virginian.

N. C. Wyeth (1882-1945) American Legion Magazine, cover illustration (The Bixby Letter) 1943 Oil on hardboard (Renaissance Panel), 28 x 21 in. (71.1 x 53.3 cm)

Wyeth American Legion Magazine, cover illustration (The Bixby Letter) 1943 Oil on hardboard (Renaissance Panel), 28 x 21 in.

Large Vintage Bixby letter file box by Hannahandhersisters on Etsy

Large Vintage Bixby letter file box by Hannahandhersisters on Etsy

awesome Clue could unlock Lincoln letter mystery

awesome Clue could unlock Lincoln letter mystery

The Gettysburg Address and Bixby letter was a commenoration piece done on the 101st anniversary of Lincoln's birthday.  The letter is to Mrs. Bixby who lost 5 sons in the war.  (My own great grandmother lost 4 sons in WWII)

The Gettysburg Address and Bixby letter : Adam, Meldrum & Anderson Co : Free Download & Streaming

The Gettysburg Address and Bixby letter was a commenoration piece done on the anniversary of Lincoln's birthday. The letter is to Mrs. Bixby who lost 5 sons in the war. (My own great grandmother lost 4 sons in WWII)

Using the 'N-gram' technique, researchers from Aston University and the University of Manchester determined famous Bixby letter was 'almost certainly' written by secretary John Hay.

Civil War-era letter from Abe Lincoln was written by his SECRETARY

Using the 'N-gram' technique, researchers from Aston University and the University of Manchester determined famous Bixby letter was 'almost certainly' written by secretary John Hay.

New Light on the Bixby Letter

New Light on the Bixby Letter

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