Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln. Volume 8.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
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To Edwin M. Stanton [2]
September 30, 1864.

I think the bearer of this, Second Lieutenant Albee, deserves a hearing. Will the Secretary of War please accord it to him?



[1]   OR, I, XLII, III, 494. Lincoln's endorsement appears on a statement of Second Lieutenant George E. Albee, Thirty-sixth Wisconsin Volunteers, September 30, 1864, protesting against an order which disgraced his regiment and forbade it to carry colors as a result of the capture of the regimental colors at Ream's Station, Virginia, on August 25.