Natl Archives -- Harold Holzer ("Lincoln and the Power of the Press"):
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Description of Pictures: Lincoln and the Power of the Press: The War for Public Opinion
Tonight’s talk and conversation will focus on press and politics in the age of Abraham Lincoln, including Lincoln’s dabbling in journalism, and his use of political patronage to secure and maintain press support. Lincoln scholar Harold Holzer, author, co-author or editor of over 40 books will join in discussion with Newseum journalist Frank Bond. The topics will include the publishing giants who dominated Civil War journalism. A book signing will follow the program.
The speakers were introduced by Donna Garland, Chief Strategy and Communications Officer, National Archives and Records Administration.
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HOLZE1_141023_103.JPG: Harold Holzer and Frank Bond
HOLZE1_141023_126.JPG: Harold Holzer
HOLZE1_141023_665.JPG: Frank Bond
HOLZE2_141023_303.JPG: Harold Holzer, Frank Bond
HOLZE2_141023_306.JPG: Harold Holzer and Craig Symonds
HOLZE2_141023_309.JPG: Harold Holzer, Craig Symond
HOLZE2_141023_314.JPG: Harold Holzer, Edith Holzer, Marylou Hayden, Craig Symonds
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