I mentioned in a previous blog that I wrote a copy of Abraham Lincoln's letter to Mrs. Bixby on the loss of her five sons to the Civil War effort. The letter is part of an exhibit on Lincoln at Denver's Blair-Caldwell, African American Library.
At the opening of the exhibit, I saw Mrs. Claudette Francoise Sweet at the exhibit. She told me she was just telling people around her at the exhibit "Lincoln's handwriting sure looks a lot like yours, Dennis."
I then shared with her that I made that copy for the exhibit.
And I hope you will all get over and look at the exhibit. And don't forget my Lincoln/Bixby letter copy which I gave to the library.