Thomas "Tad" Lincoln Photograph taken in 1862-post mortem notice stand in background holding him up

Thomas "Tad" Lincoln Photograph taken in 1862-post mortem notice stand in background holding him up

closeup of Springfield, Illinois, Abraham Lincoln at his home, 1860, historic photo, by John Adams Whipple

closeup of Springfield, Illinois, Abraham Lincoln at his home, 1860, historic photo, by John Adams Whipple

Thomas Lincoln (January 6, 1778 – January 17, 1851) was an American farmer and father of President Abraham Lincoln.

Thomas Lincoln (January 6, 1778 – January 17, 1851) was an American farmer and father of President Abraham Lincoln.

Specifically this one in West Virginia. Includes "political excitement" and "deranged masturbation."

86 Things That Would Have Got You Admitted To An Insane Asylum In The 1800s

Specifically this one in West Virginia. Includes "political excitement" and "deranged masturbation."

The law office of Abraham Lincoln and William Herndon, corner of Sixth and Adams Streets, Springfield, Illinois, c. 1843 - 1844. The Library of Congress caption for this image states that "the building [is] partly visible," but does not specify the building in which set up his practice.

The law office of Abraham Lincoln and William Herndon, corner of Sixth and Adams Streets, Springfield, Illinois, c. 1843 - 1844. The Library of Congress caption for this image states that "the building [is] partly visible," but does not specify the building in which set up his practice.

There was no penicillin. No oxygen tanks. No sterile surgical field. No intravenous lines. Little or no sanitation.

There was no penicillin. No oxygen tanks. No sterile surgical field. No intravenous lines. Little or no sanitation.

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