Under the direction of Langdon West, who used a scenario by James Oppenheim, a conscientious effort has been made to depict the principal happenings in the life of Lincoln, played by Frank McGlynn. Grant, Lee, Stanton, Judge Davis and other important figures of the time are presented by actors for the most part successfully in suggesting historical personages in appearance and manner. Naturally, the picture is episodic in construction and interesting chiefly as a visualization of events about which every schoolboy has read. T'hose two reels will be of particular value to young people. - The Moving Picture World, March 13, 1915
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