- John George,1832–1901, U.S. biographer.
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In return for exclusive access, Nicolay and Hay gave Robert the right to edit their copy, which he did.
Returning to the United States after a few years, Nicolay is appointed marshal of the Supreme Court.
To the hordes who wanted time with Lincoln, the gruff and efficient Nicolay was the “grim enforcer.”
Hay lived to be 66, Nicolay to 69, so they came of age before the Civil War and lived into the twentieth century.
Occupying the position of what would now be Chief of Staff, Nicolay and his assistant were a complementary team.
Mr. Nicolay could have been about twenty-five, and Mr. Hay nineteen or twenty.Literary Friends And Acquaintances
William Dean Howells
One day Mr. Nicolay brought the President a letter from Mr. Chase.
After a moment's reflection, Mr. Nicolay thought he knew the accused party.
Obviously the only way out is to make a pool and look up Nicolay and Hay.Post-Impressions
"Nicolay wants me to take some people to see Stanton," he said.Tom Strong, Lincoln's Scout
Alfred Bishop Mason