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Lincoln As A Neighbor

Lincoln As A Neighbor

"Lincoln As A Neighbor" an article written by Phillip W. Ayers for the American Review of Reviews magazine. February 1918. He wrote this after interviewing is mother Sarah Ardelia (Nee Wheelock) Ayres who lived across the street from Abraham Lincoln when he lived n Springfield, Illinois.


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Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, November 17, 1860 page 414. 
 
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Lincoln as a Neighbor.
Lincoln as a Neighbor.
Abraham Lincoln lived on 8th street in Springfield Illinois from 1844 to 1861. Solomon Brigham Wheelock owned the house across the street. In 1915 Phillip Wheelock Ayres interviewed his mother Sarah Ardelia (Wheelock) Ayres he used those notes to write the article "Lincoln as a Neighbor" which was published in 1918 in the monthly journal "Review of Reviews". 
 


Linked to Phillip Wheelock Ayres (8150), Sarah Ardelia Wheelock (8151), Solomon Brigham Wheelock, Sr (10241)