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Obituaries, guest books and in memoriam notices. There, Lincoln asked to meet Grace Bedell by name. The February 19, edition of the New York World recounted the meeting as follows:. Shortly after his nomination Mr. Lincoln had received from that place a letter from a little girl, who urged him, as a means of improving his personal appearance, to wear whiskers.
Lincoln at the time replied, stating that although he was obliged by the suggestion, he feared his habits of life were too fixed to admit of even so slight a change as that which letting his beard grow involved. To-day, on reaching the place, he related the incident, and said that if that young lady was in the crowd he should be glad to see her. There was a momentary commotion, in the midst of which an old man, struggling through the crowd, approached, leading his daughter, a girl of apparently twelve or thirteen years of age, whom he introduced to Mr.
Lincoln as his Westfield correspondent. Lincoln stooped down and kissed the child, and talked with her for some minutes. Her advice had not been thrown away upon the rugged chieftain. A beard of several months' growth covers perhaps adorns the lower part of his face.
The young girl's peachy cheek must have been tickled with a stiff whisker, for the growth of which she was herself responsible. I have been growing them for you. I never saw him again. February 9, Ten days before visiting Bedell en route to his Inauguration. The anecdote became a popular children's story following Lincoln's assassination. A statue depicting a meeting between Lincoln and Bedell is located in the center of the village of Westfield, at the intersection of US 20 and NY Bedell wrote a second letter to Lincoln in when she was She asked for Lincoln's help gaining a job with the Treasury so that she could financially support her parents.
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