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Photo by Alexander Gardner (best known for his astonishing photos of the Gettysburg battlefield) showing one of the elaborate funeral procession platforms that carried President Lincoln's Coffin (each city along the funeral route build their own)
The Funeral Carriage An elaborately decorated horse-drawn carriage was used to transport Lincoln's body from the White House to the U.S. Capitol.
View of President Abraham Lincoln's funeral, with his coffin pulled along the street, 1865.
The photo was taken on Feb. 27, 1860, in New York City.
ca. 1858, “Yours Truly, A. Lincoln”, [Portrait of a beardless Abraham Lincoln, probably taken in Peoria, Illinois], Roderick M. Cole via Christie’s Auction
*ABRAHAM LINCOLN: We live in the midst of alarms: anxiety beclouds the future: we expect some new disaster with each newspaper we read.
Death bed of Lincoln
(Newspaper clippings) Ma Joad kept all the newspaper clippings from Tom's trial stored safely in a box. This is how she kept track of him. -- Mac
ca. 1857, [Portrait of Abraham Lincoln with tousled hair, ca. 1880-1890 copy by Max Platz], Alexander Hesler via Heritage Auctions