I.D. Boyce. “The Centenary of Abraham Lincoln's Birth.”
Washington, D. C.: O.H. Oldroy, 1908. Photomechanical printing process. Old tape repair left hand margin not affecting image. Else, very good condition.
This print is a commemorative poster celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birth which features one hundred photographs of Abraham Lincoln from the collection of Lincoln collector Oldroyd H. Osborn of Washington, D. C. The border on the left side of the photographs consists of illustrations of Lincoln's various homes from the birthplace cabin to the White House. Between the illustrations are quotations from various well-known Lincoln speeches. The border on the right side of the photographs consists of illustrations of important buildings in Lincoln's life from the Capitol Building in Washington, D. C. to the Lincoln Monument in Springfield, Illinois. Again, between illustrations are more quotations from Lincoln speeches. In the margin below the photographs is the information about the photograph collection and the publisher