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“LINCOLN’S GREATEST SPEECH” ON MAY 9

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NATIONAL ARCHIVES HOSTS SCREENING OF NEW DOCUMENTARY “LINCOLN’S
GREATEST SPEECH” ON MAY 9

 

 

Post-Screening Q & A with filmmaker Ken Kebow and author Ronald C.
White, Jr.

Washington, DC. . . The National Archives presents a screening of the
new documentary “Lincoln’s Greatest Speech: The Second
Inaugural” on Monday, MAY 9, at 7 p.m. Register online to attend
in person, or click to watch a live stream on the National
Archives' YouTube channel.

The free screening will take place in the William G. McGowan Theater
 at the National Archives Building in Washington, DC. Use the
Special Events Entrance, located at Constitution Ave. and 7th Street,
NW. Metro accessible on Yellow or Green lines, ARCHIVES/NAVY MEMORIAL
station.

 Lincoln’s Greatest Speech: The Second Inaugural
 Based on the best-selling book. The film features actor Richard
Dreyfuss giving a dramatic reading of the speech, followed by historical
analysis. Filmmaker KEN KEBOW and author RONALD C. WHITE, JR., will
discuss the film and answer audience questions after the screening.
Following the program, White will sign copies of his books Lincoln's
Greatest Speech: The Second Inaugural and A. Lincoln: A Biography.

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