The Union League During The War. Paper prepared for the United Service Club…February 22d, 1888.
The Union League was founded in 1862 during the Civil War to support President Abraham Lincoln and Republican government and to champion the Union cause. The club’s war-time history, including its efforts to recruit soldiers for Pennsylvania Volunteer regiments, is told here by the president of the Union League.
Description: The Union League During The War. Paper prepared for the United Service Club…February 22d, 1888.
[Philadelphia:] Press of W.P. Koebel, 870 N. 4th St., . 19pp. 9 x 5¾ inches. Original printed wrappers. Union League member E.B. Morris’ name in pencil to top of front wrap. Minor edge chips to wrappers; two vertical creases; bump at fore-edge; very good.