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					                        Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
                                Lincoln Collection

                                  Bibliography Series

                                  Lincoln Tomb
                                  [Revised Draft 4/19/10]


                      Books, Articles, and Pamphlets
“A Funeral That Lasted Thirty-six Years,” The American Funeral Director (February
1943) ______

American Negro Emancipation Centennial Authority. Ceremonies [for Commemoration
Program at] Abraham Lincoln Tomb, Springfield, Illinois, September 22, 1962
(Springfield, 1962)
L2 A51236c

Angle, Paul M. “The Building of the Lincoln Monument,” Lincoln Centennial
Association Papers (1926): 17-59.

Bateman, Newton. National Lincoln Monument (Springfield, Ill.: National Lincoln
Monument Association, 1865).

Bonner, Estelle. Echo of His Words (Boulder, Colo.: E. Bonner, 1957)
L2 B716e

Booton, J. F. “The Rebuilding of Lincoln’s Tomb Interior Finally Made Adequate,”
Illinois Public Works 5 (Spring 1947): 21-4.
F896.5 D454i

Brooks, Walter H. Impressions at the Tomb of Abraham Lincoln (Washington, D.C.: s.n.,
1926).
L2 B8738i

Campbell, Douglas G. “In Memory of Virtue: A Study of Illinoisians’ Designs for the
Lincoln Tomb,” Lincoln Herald 86 (Spring 1984): 32-40.
L2 L7387L v. 86-87 1984-85

Cashman, Dorothy M. The Lincoln Tomb (n.p., ca. 1955).
L2 C33379L

Clemens, Earle R. Lincoln Memorials in Many States (s.l., s.n., 1937?).
L2 C625L
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Craughwell, Thomas. Stealing Lincoln’s Body (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University
Press, 2007).
L2 C897s

Davidson, Thomas. “The Lincoln Monument at Springfield,” Western Architect 1 (April
1875) _____

Fay, H. W. “The Attempt to Steal Lincoln’s Body,” Hobbies (January 1937) ____

_____. The Story of Lincoln’s Tomb and Its Three Constructions (Springfield, Ill.: Week
by Week Press, 1932).
L2 F282s

“Fifth Custodian of Lincoln’s Tomb,” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 44
(Summer 1951): 187-88.

Forney, John W. Circular Letter Asking Subscriptions for the Artillery Group of Statuary
of the National Lincoln Monument, which had been Assigned to the City of Philadelphia
L2 F727c

Garrison, Don, ed. [prepared under the direction of Harry H. Cleaveland] The Tomb of
Abraham Lincoln: Springfield, Illinois (Springfield, Ill..: State of Illinois, 1933).
L2 G2418t Oversize

The Governor and the General Assembly of the State of Illinois extend to you a cordial
invitation to join the President of the United States in doing honor to the memory of
Illinois’ martyred President at the ceremonies attending the dedication of the remodeled
tomb of Abraham Lincoln in Springfield on Wednesday, June 17, 1931, at 2:30 p.m.
(Springfield, Ill.: s.n., 1931).
L2 12958g 1931

Grand Army of the Republic. Pilgrimage of the G.A.R. to the Tomb of Lincoln,
September 29, 1887…Souvenir from the Home of Lincoln (Springfield, Ill.: H. W.
Rokker, 1887)
L2 G75p

Hammond, C. Herrick. “The Remodeling of the Lincoln Tomb,” The Western Architect
39 (February 1930): ____

Hickey, James T. “Robert Todd Lincoln and His Father’s Grave Robbers, or Left in the
Lurch by the Secret Service,” The Collected Writings of James T. Hickey (Springfield,
Ill.: Illinois State Historical Society, 1990): 227-232. [Originally published in Journal of
the Illinois State Historical Society 77 (Winter 1984): 295-300.
L2 H628c
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Hill, Nancy. “The Preservation Histories of Three Lincoln Sites in Illinois” (Ph.D.
dissertation, Illinois State University, 1999).
L2 H647p

_____. “The Transformation of the Lincoln Tomb,” Journal of the Abraham Lincoln
Association 27 (Winter 2006): 39-56.
L2 A158pa vol. 27
www.historycooperative.org/journals/jala/27.1/hill.html

Hoffman, George Edward. At Lincoln’s Tomb (Christian Century Co., 1942).

Hoover, Herbert. Address of President Hoover at the Dedication of the Remodeled Tomb
of Abraham Lincoln, Springfield, Illinois, Wednesday June 17, 1931 (Washington D.C.:
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1931).
L2 U586ho June 17 1931

Hostick, King V. Rendezvous at Oak Ridge: Even In Death They Would [Not?] Let
Abraham Lincoln Rest (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1941).
L2 H831r

Illinois General Assembly. House Bill No. 762 in Senate; Reported from House May 22,
1929…A Bill for an Act Making an Appropriation to the Department of Public Works and
Buildings, Division of Lincoln Tomb (Springfield, Ill.: 56th Illinois General Assembly,
House, 1929?).
L2 I295b 56th H.762

Illinois General Assembly. Senate Joint Resolution No. 16…Offered by Mr. Barr, April
28the and adopted; Whereas, the state of Illinois will dedicate the Reconstructed Tomb of
Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday June 17, 1931 at Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Illinois
(Springfield, Ill.: 57th Illinois General Assembly, Senate, 1931?).
L2 I295b 57th S.16

Illinois Department of Conservation. Lincoln’s Tomb State Memorial (Springfield, Ill.:
Department of Conservation, Division of Parks and Memorials, 193_)
L2 129to 1942
L2 129to 1947
L2 129to 1951
L2 129to 1952
L2 129to 1953
L2 129to 1967
L2 129to 1969
L2 129to 1970
L2 129to 1973

Illinois Department of Conservation. The Lincoln Tomb (Springfield, Ill.: Illinois
Department of Public Works & Buildings, 1931?).
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L2 129t
L2 129to
L2 129to 1932
L2 129to 1938a

Illinois Department of Conservation. Lincoln’s Tomb State Memorial (Springfield, Ill.:
Department of Conservation, Information/Education Division, 1975)
L2 129to 1975

Illinois Department of Public Works and Buildings. Lincoln Tomb, Under the
Supervision of the Department of Public Works and Buildings (Springfield?, 1931?).
L2 I29t

Illinois Lincoln Memorial Commission. Ceremonies Incident to the Placing of the
Servius Tullius Stone in the Tomb of Abraham Lincoln (Springfield, Ill.: n.p., 1936?).
L2 12966c

Johnson, Edward S. Abraham Lincoln and His Last Resting Place (n.p., ca. 1902)

Johnson, Edward S. Abraham Lincoln and His Last Resting Place: A Leaflet Prepared
for Distribution at the National Lincoln Monument in the City of Springfield, Illinois
(Springfield, Ill.: Illinois Department of Public Works & Buildings, 191_)
L2 J662a 1903
L2 J662a 1912
L2 J662a 1914
L2 J662a 1916
L2 J662a2 [1909?]
L2 J662a3 [1924]
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L2 J662a5 [1921?]

Jones, Edgar DeWitt. “A Preacher at Lincoln’s Tomb,” Lincoln Herald 50 (October
1948): 28-9.
L2 L7387L

King, Bess. The Tomb of Abraham Lincoln (Springfield, Ill.: Lincoln Souvenir & Gift
Shop, 1941).
L2 K521t

Krause, Susan; Boston, Kelly A.; and Stowell, Daniel. Now They Belong to the Ages:
Abraham Lincoln and His Contemporaries in Oak Ridge Cemetery (Springfield, Ill.:
Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, 2005)
F896.3z K91n

Lamb, Brian. Who’s Buried in Grant’s Tomb?: A Tour of Presidential Gravesites (New
York: Public Affairs, 2000).
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Lincoln Monument Dedication; Procession; Line of March…Exercises at the Monument
(Springfield, Ill.: Springfield Business College, 1874).
L2 L73946

Meriam, Arthur L. “Final Interment of President Abraham Lincoln’s Remains at the
Lincoln Monument in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Illinois,” Journal of the Illinois
State Historical Society 23 (April 1930): 171-74.
L2 M561f

National Lincoln Monument Association. Abraham Lincoln and His Last Resting Place
(n.p., 1903).

_____. Address of the National Lincoln Monument Association (n.p., ca. 1874).

_____. [by John Carroll Power] Annual Reports of the Custodian to the Executive
Committee of the National Lincoln Monument Association: Reports for Nine Years, from
1875 to 1883, Inclusive, Closing with a Dissertation on Sunday Opening of the
Monument; Also, Remarks on Sight-Seeing in London; Sketches, Historical and
Descriptive Methods of Taking care of the Brock Monument at Queenston, Canada; The
Washington Monument at Baltimore, Maryland; Mount Vernon, on the Potomac…Bunker
Hill Monument, at Boston…Mention of the Washington Monument at the Capital…Now
Almost Completed; and of the Proposed Garfield Monument at Cleveland (Springfield,
Ill.: H. W. Rokker, 1884).
L2 N27721r 1875-1883

_____. [by John Carroll Power] First Annual Report of the Custodian of the Lincoln
Monument to the National Lincoln Monument Association (Springfield ?, Ill.: National
Lincoln Monument Association, 1876).
L2 N27721r 1875

_____. National Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois (Springfield?: 1874?)
L2 N27721n

National Lincoln Monument Association Records, 1865-1920, Manuscripts Division,
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library [5.5 manuscript boxes that contain
correspondence, reports, minutes, and other records of the association that oversaw the
design competition and construction of the memorial at the Lincoln Tomb, as well as
tomb custodian reports and tomb visitors’ records.]

“New Plans for the Lincoln Monument,” Lincoln Centennial Association Bulletin, No. 16
(December 1, 1929): 1-2, 8.

Nolan, J. Bennett. Of a Tomb in the Reading Cemetery and the Long Shadow of
Abraham Lincoln (n.p., 1952).
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L2 N787

Oak Ridge Cemetery. History and Improvements of Oak Ridge Cemetery; Charter and
Ordinances, Rules and Regulations; National Lincoln Monument and Other Matters of
Interest Regarding the Same; Revised and Adopted A.D. 1902 (Springfield, Ill.: Phillips
Bros., 1901).
F896 S76 O11h 1879
F896 S76 O11h 1901

Official Programme of the Order of Exercises Connected with the Unveiling of the Statue
of Abraham Lincoln Upon the National Monument, Springfield, Illinois, Thursday,
October 15, 1874; Also His Remarks to His Neighbors on Leaving Springfield, February
11, 1861, with His Inaugural Addresses, Messages to Congress, Emancipation
Proclamation, and Address at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (Springfield, Ill.: Illinois State
Journal Co., 1874).
L2 N27721o

Power, John Carroll. Abraham Lincoln: His Great Funeral Cortege from Washington
City to Springfield, Illinois; With a History and Description of the National Lincoln
Monument (Springfield, Ill.: 1872).
L2 P887a 1872

_____. Abraham Lincoln: His Life, Public Service, Death and Great Funeral Cortege,
with a History and Description of the National Lincoln Monument, with an Appendix
(Springfield, Ill., 1887).
L2 P887a
L2 P887a 1875
L2 P887a 1882
L2 P887a 1889

_____. History of an Attempt to Steal the Body of Abraham Lincoln, Late President of
the United States of America, including a History of the Lincoln Guard of Honor, with
Eight Years [of] Lincoln Memorial Services (Springfield, Ill.: H. W. Rokker, 1887)
L2 P887h

_____. Illustrated Description of the National Lincoln Monument (Springfield, Ill.: E.A.
Wilson & Co., 1874).
L2 P887a 1875 Prospectus

“Rededication of Lincoln Monument,” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 24
(July 1932): 333-39.
F896.8 S79j

“Simple Beauty Marks Rebuilt Tomb of Lincoln,” The Banner 36 (February 1932):___
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Speer, Bonnie Stahlman. The Great Abraham Lincoln Hijack (Norman, Okla.: Reliance
Press, 1990).
L2 S7426g

Steckel Parker Architects. Lincoln’s Vault: Historic Structures Report (Springfield, Ill.:
Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, 1992).
L2 O102s 1992

Swift, Lester L. “The President of the Lincoln Guard of Honor,” Journal of the Illinois
State Historical Society 33 (June 1940): 207-11.
F896.8 S79j

Taylor, Richard S. “Broken Fragments of Lincoln Sarcophagus Unearthed,” Historic
Illinois 2 (April 1979): 1-3.
F896.5 D4174h

_____. “Lincoln Tomb Site Superintendent—A Rare Breed,” Historic Illinois 2 (April
1979): 4.
F896.5 D4174h


Wabash Railroad Company, Pilgrimage to the Tomb of Abraham Lincoln; Indiana
School Children Under the Auspices of the Kiwanis Clubs and School
Executives…Indiana Points to Springfield, Illinois via Wabash Railway, May 30, 1929
(n.p.: 1929).
L2 W112

Wabash Railroad Company, Pilgrimage to the Tomb of Abraham Lincoln; Iowa School
Children Under the Auspices of the Kiwanis Club, Shenandoah, Iowa to Springfield,
Illinois via Wabash Railway, May 30, 1929 (n.p.: 1929).
L2 W112p

Walker, Edwin Sayer. The Lincoln Monument, with Illustrations (Springfield, Ill.: n.p.,
1879).
L2 W178L

Williams, Michael L. Stranger Than Fiction: The Lincoln Curse (Book Surge
Publishing, 2004).

                              Broadsides and Maps
The Home at Springfield, Illinois & Tomb at Oak Ridge Cemetery of President Lincoln
[graphic], designed by Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co., lithographer.
LB 1262
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Meyer, X. C. Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Illinois; Here, In Eternal Reverence,
Rests Abraham Lincoln. Jenkins, Merchant & Nankivil, consulting engineers; X. C.
Meyer, delineator; sketch sources from Herbert Georg. (Springfield, Ill.: Board of
Managers, 1947).
LM-1003
Map GZ896 S76 (1947) O11

Pre-dedication Program, Lincoln Tomb, Oak Ridge Cemetery, June 17th, 1931, 1 pm. to
2:20 pm (Springfield, Ill.: s.n. 1931).
LB-2122

                           Fictional Works & Poetry
Bennett, Emily Thatcher. “A Bird at Lincoln’s Tomb”: and Other Poems (____: The
Neely Co., 1900).

Champlin, Tim. Lincoln’s Ransom: A Western Story (Unity, Maine: Five Star, 1999).
Lincoln Library (Springfield Public Library) Fiction F/W

Lord, James Judson. Lincoln Monument Dedication Poem; Delivered at Oak Ridge
Cemetery, Springfield, Illinois, October 15, 1874 (Danville, Ill.: Illinois Printing Co.,
1907).
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