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Mary Todd Lincoln 1818-1882, Wife Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Mary Todd Lincoln 1818-1882, Wife of Abraham

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Bradley Schmehl Abraham Lincoln

Bradley Schmehl has gained fame through his realistic depictions of great historical moments and figures, including this painting of Abraham Lincoln. The face of Abraham Lincoln clearly shows the toll

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Necktie - Abraham Lincoln No. 7 - Sea Green

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Outstanding quality to this image of President Lincoln visiting camp at Antietam. Allan Pinkerton on the left. General John A. McClernard on the right. Photograph by Lincoln's favorite photographer, Alexander Gardner. (c. 1862). *s*

Abraham Lincoln's Springfield home draped in mourning (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library)

"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 persona...

Leather gloves worn by Lincoln to Ford's Theater on the night of his assassination. Blood stains are visible at the cuffs.

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Colorized photos of Abraham Lincoln

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"President Abraham Lincoln meets with General George McClellan on the battlefield of Antietam in Maryland, 1862."

Robert Lincoln the son of Abraham Lincoln, was waiting to board a crowded train when the train lurched forward and he fell between the platform and the body of the passenger car he was trying to board. But before harm came, he was seized by the collar and yanked to the platform. His rescuer was Edwin Booth the brother of the man that would soon kill President Lincoln.