Abraham Lincoln to John Hogan, 14 July 18481
Friend Hogan:
Soon after I received your I went personally to the Genl Land Office, for the information you desired–2Judge Young took a memorandum, and promised to do what he could– Last night he sent me what accompanies this, which I suppose is all the information can be had–3
Taylorism seems to be going right, for which, I am very glad– Keep the ball rolling–4
Yours as everA. Lincoln
1Abraham Lincoln wrote and signed this letter.
2John Hogan’s letter to Lincoln has not been located.
3The accompanying document Lincoln references was not included with this letter and has not been located.
4Reference to Zachary Taylor and his bid to win the presidential election of 1848.

Autograph Letter Signed, 1 page(s), Huntington Library (San Marino, CA).