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Cooper Union

The Campaign of 1860: Cooper Union, Mathew Brady, and the Campaign of Words and Images

Harold Holzer. Lincoln at Cooper Union: The Speech that Made Abraham Lincoln President. New York: Simon and Schuster. 2004. Pp. 338. $25.00

Harold Holzer. Lincoln at Cooper Union: The Speech that Made Abraham Lincoln President. New York: Simon and Schuster. 2004. Pp. 338. $25.00

COOPER, Robert (Francis) (born 1947), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Counsellor, European External Action Service, European Union, 2010–12

Cooper, John (1908 - 1988), General Secretary and Treasurer, National Union of General and Municipal Workers, 1962–73; National Water Council, 1973–77

ATTEWELL, Humphrey Cooper (1894 - 1972), National Organiser, National Union of Boot and Shoe Operatives, 1950–59, retired

Lincoln at Cooper Union: The Speech That Made Abraham Lincoln President. By Harold Holzer. (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2004. 338 pp. $25.00, isbn 0-7432-2466-3.)

Writing the Civil War: The Quest to Understand. Ed. by James M. McPherson and William J. Cooper Jr., Virginia's Private War: Feeding Body and Soul in the Confederacy, 1861–1865. By William Blair, Lincolns Men: How President Lincoln Became Father to an Army and a Nation. and The Battle of Glorieta: Union Victory in the West.

Ashley-Cooper, Anthony (1869 - 1961), HM Lieut Co. Dorset, 1916–52; Chm. Dorset County Council, 1924–46; late Development Commissioner under the Development Fund Act 1910 (Chairman of the Commission, 1946–48); Younger Brother of Trinity House; Vice-Pres. Royal Choral Soc.; Provincial Grand Master of Dorset, 1902–52; Pres., Shaftesbury Society; late President of the English Church Union, and Member National Church Assembly; late Chairman National Advisory Council to the Ministry of Labour for Juvenile Employment in England and Wales; Bailiff of Egle and Bailiff Grand Cross in the Order of St John of Jerusalem; Brig.-General Commanding 1st South-West Mounted Brigade, 1913–16; served European War, 1914–18; retired with hon. rank of Brig.-Gen.; late Hon. Col North Irish Horse; Lord Chamberlain to the Queen, 1910–22; Commissioner of Congested Districts Board for Ireland, 1902–14; Chancellor of Queen’s Univ. of Belfast till 1923; HM Lieutenant for Co. of Antrim, 1911–16; Grand Officer Legion of Honour


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(Cooper Institute), free, privately supported college founded at New York City (1859) by Peter Cooper and specializing in art, architecture, engineering, and science. It was also famous for its free ...

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