Recollections of Lincoln, by Henry Villard (1904) A
journalist who covered American politics at the time of Abraham Lincoln's
presidential candidacy recalls his impressions of Lincoln and describes
several occasions on which he encountered Lincoln face-to-face and became
somewhat acquainted with him.
New Light on Lincoln's Boyhood, by Arthur E. Morgan (1920)
On a trip to the Ozarks, Morgan, a civil engineer, encountered a doctor
whose mother was Lincoln's cousin and who grew up in the same house with
Lincoln. After interviewing the doctor at length, Morgan relays anecdotes
about Lincoln's early childhood.