5 lines plus dateline and signature, written on a section of paper apparently cut from a larger sheet, tiny fold tear at upper margin, browned, stained, docketed on verso. President Lincoln recommends a Miss McCain: "I shall be glad if any Department or Bureau can give this Lady employment..." Not in Basler, or Supplements; apparently unpublished." /> LINCOLN, ABRAHAM, <I>President</I>. Autograph endorsement signed ("A. Lincoln") as President, to an unidentified recipient, [Washington, D.C.], 17 March 1864. <I>5 lines plus dateline and signature, written on a section of paper apparently cut from a larger sheet, tiny fold tear at upper margin, browned, stained, docketed on verso</I>. President Lincoln recommends a Miss McCain: "I shall be glad if any Department or Bureau can give this Lady employment..." Not in Basler, or Supplements; apparently unpublished. | Christie's