Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln. Volume 7.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.

To Montgomery Blair [1]

February 23, 1864

Post-Master General please see the bearer Mr. Miller, now of Washington Territory, and son of an old friend of mine in Illinois, who originally went from Kentucky. He comes well recommended by his neighbors on the Pacific. A. LINCOLN

Feb. 23. 1864


[1]   ALS-P, ISLA. This note is written on both sides of a small card. On November 18, 1863, Anson G. Henry wrote to Lincoln, introducing Miller: ``This will be handed you by my good friend Genl. W. W. Miller of this place. He is a son of our old friend Major [William] Miller of Jacksonville. He is the best specimen of a Union Democrat of the Andy Johnson stamp, we have in this Territory, and I know you will like to make his acquaintance.'' (DLC-RTL).