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The only preserved photograph of Lincoln in death. Taken 24 April 1865, by Jeremiah Gurney, Jr., City Hall, Manhattan, NY.

one of the greatest ever Abraham Lincoln (February 12, 1809 – April 15, 1865) was the 16th President of the United States.

Abraham Lincoln - 1865

Last portrait of Abraham Lincoln. April 10, 1865.

Abraham Lincoln - 16th President of the United States

"The photo of Lincoln lying in an open coffin is the only one that exists. It was taken by photographer Jeremiah Gurney, Jr., on April 24, 1865, as the president’s body lay in state in City Hall in New York. It was immediately confiscated by Secretary of War Edwin Stanton (1814-1869) and was hidden away for 87 years until it was discovered in the Illinois State Historical Library in 1952, by then 15-year-old Ronald Rietveld, who was researching the papers of Lincoln’s personal secretaries."

Original Pinner States: The suit and hat worn by Abraham Lincoln on the night of his assassination. Photograph made by the Smithsonian, circa 1890.

Her picture taken after death, look closely you can see the stand holds her up.

  • Beverly Wilgus

    She is not dead! The posing stand behind her is not holding her up. They could not and did not use them to hold up dead people but to help live people hold still.

Blood stains on the chair from Ford's Theatre State Box which Lincoln was sitting in while assassinated by the scoundrel, J. Wilkes Booth on April 14, 1865.

  • Christy O'Connor

    No these are NOT blood stains its from wesr and tear and mens hair tonics. The chsir was reupholstered and is not the same material as when Lincoln was shot.

Matthew Brady - Ford's Theatre ~Chair in which President Lincoln was sitting when shot, c. 1865