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Author: F. Lauriston (Frederic Lauriston) Bullard
Title: Tad and his father (Volume 1)
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown, and Company
Subject (keywords, tags): Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Lincoln, Thomas, 1853-1871
Contributor: The Library of Congress
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