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This section presents early 20th Century recordings of a historical nature, including several made by Civil War veterans, and recitations of President Abraham Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address".
"Sheridan's Ride" by Edgar L. Davenport
sound "Sheridan's Ride" by Edgar L. Davenport

"Lincoln's Gettysburg Address" by Harry E. Humphrey
sound "Lincoln's Gettysburg Address", recorded by Harry E. Humphrey in 1913 for the 50th Anniversary of The Battle of Gettysburg
"Lincoln's Gettysburg Address" by Harry James
sound "Lincoln's Gettysburg Address", recorded by Harry James
"Lincoln's Gettysburg Address" by Charles Laughton
sound "Lincoln's Gettysburg Address", recorded by Charles Laughton
"The Blue and The Grey" recorded by Harry E. Humphrey in 1913 for the 50th Anniversary of The Battle of Gettysburg
sound "The Blue and The Grey", recorded by Harry E. Humphrey in 1913 for the 50th Anniversary of The Battle of Gettysburg
"Memories of Lincoln" by Harry James
sound "Memories of Lincoln" by Harry James
William V. Rathvon, a child eyewitness of The Gettysburg Address;
sound William V. Rathvon, a child eyewitness of The Gettysburg Address;
February 12, 1938
Robert P. Scott, Confederate veteran speaks at 75th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg; June 30, 1938
sound Robert P. Scott, Confederate veteran speaks at 75th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg; June 30, 1938
   
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