Viewing Judge Daniel Fish: "Two Speeches Honoring Abraham Lincoln" (ca. 1906-1908).
In the early 1900s, Judge Daniel Fish wrote an eighteen page paper on "Lincoln's English." It is likely that he read it to some group of Lincoln enthusiasts, though precisely to whom, when and where he did so is not known. At some point during this period, he also wrote a thirty-four page paper that he delivered as an address, untitled, to another group, the details of which are again unknown. The latter is a lengthy tribute to Lincoln typed on the back of the stationary of the Minnesota Title & Insurance Trust Company of Minneapolis, probably one of his clients.