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******** Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H600156
Artist: ********
Title: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection - London
Credits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

******** Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H600156
Artist: ********
Title: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
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Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
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Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
******** Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H600415
Artist: ********
Title: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection - London
Credits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

******** Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H600415
Artist: ********
Title: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
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Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
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Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
Jackman, William G. (fl. 1841-c.1860) Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 19th century. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H600641
Artist: Jackman, William G. (fl. 1841-c.1860)
Title: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 19th century. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection - London
Credits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

Jackman, William G. (fl. 1841-c.1860) Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 19th century. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H600641
Artist: Jackman, William G. (fl. 1841-c.1860)
Title: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 19th century. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Genre: Not available
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Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
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Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
******** Hanging of the Lincoln assassination conspirators, Washington DC, USA, 7th July, 1865. The assassinination of President Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth was part of a wider conspiracy. Vice-President Andrew Johnson and Secretary of State William H Seward were also intended to be killed, but survived the attempts on their lives. Booth was killed by US Army soldiers in Virginia, but eight others involved in the conspiracy were arrested and tried by a military court. All the defendants were found guilty, with three sentenced to life imprisonment and one receiving a six year sentence. The other four, Mary Surratt, Lewis Powell, David Herold, and George Atzerodt, were sentenced to death and were hanged at the Old Arsenal Penitentiary.
Code: H600667
Artist: ********
Title: Hanging of the Lincoln assassination conspirators, Washington DC, USA, 7th July, 1865. The assassinination of President Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth was part of a wider conspiracy. Vice-President Andrew Johnson and Secretary of State William H Seward were also intended to be killed, but survived the attempts on their lives. Booth was killed by US Army soldiers in Virginia, but eight others involved in the conspiracy were arrested and tried by a military court. All the defendants were found guilty, with three sentenced to life imprisonment and one receiving a six year sentence. The other four, Mary Surratt, Lewis Powell, David Herold, and George Atzerodt, were sentenced to death and were hanged at the Old Arsenal Penitentiary.
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection - London
Credits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

******** Hanging of the Lincoln assassination conspirators, Washington DC, USA, 7th July, 1865. The assassinination of President Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth was part of a wider conspiracy. Vice-President Andrew Johnson and Secretary of State William H Seward were also intended to be killed, but survived the attempts on their lives. Booth was killed by US Army soldiers in Virginia, but eight others involved in the conspiracy were arrested and tried by a military court. All the defendants were found guilty, with three sentenced to life imprisonment and one receiving a six year sentence. The other four, Mary Surratt, Lewis Powell, David Herold, and George Atzerodt, were sentenced to death and were hanged at the Old Arsenal Penitentiary.
Code: H600667
Artist: ********
Title: Hanging of the Lincoln assassination conspirators, Washington DC, USA, 7th July, 1865. The assassinination of President Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth was part of a wider conspiracy. Vice-President Andrew Johnson and Secretary of State William H Seward were also intended to be killed, but survived the attempts on their lives. Booth was killed by US Army soldiers in Virginia, but eight others involved in the conspiracy were arrested and tried by a military court. All the defendants were found guilty, with three sentenced to life imprisonment and one receiving a six year sentence. The other four, Mary Surratt, Lewis Powell, David Herold, and George Atzerodt, were sentenced to death and were hanged at the Old Arsenal Penitentiary.
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Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
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Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
******** Men of Colonel Ellsworth's Volunteer Regiment, American Civil War, June 1861. When the American Civil War broke out in April 1861 Elmer E Ellsworth responded to US President Abraham Lincoln's call for volumteers to join the army by raising the 11th New Yo
Code: H611233
Artist: ********
Title: Men of Colonel Ellsworth's Volunteer Regiment, American Civil War, June 1861. When the American Civil War broke out in April 1861 Elmer E Ellsworth responded to US President Abraham Lincoln's call for volumteers to join the army by raising the 11th New Yo
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

******** Men of Colonel Ellsworth's Volunteer Regiment, American Civil War, June 1861. When the American Civil War broke out in April 1861 Elmer E Ellsworth responded to US President Abraham Lincoln's call for volumteers to join the army by raising the 11th New Yo
Code: H611233
Artist: ********
Title: Men of Colonel Ellsworth's Volunteer Regiment, American Civil War, June 1861. When the American Civil War broke out in April 1861 Elmer E Ellsworth responded to US President Abraham Lincoln's call for volumteers to join the army by raising the 11th New Yo
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Location: ********
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******** Mount Rushmore National Memorial with the monumental portrait heads of four U.S. presidents. From left George Washington - Thomas Jefferson - Theodore Roosevelt - Abraham Lincoln. 1982.
Code: AA32138
Artist: ********
Title: Mount Rushmore National Memorial with the monumental portrait heads of four U.S. presidents. From left George Washington - Thomas Jefferson - Theodore Roosevelt - Abraham Lincoln. 1982.
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Austrian Archives/Scala Florence

******** Mount Rushmore National Memorial with the monumental portrait heads of four U.S. presidents. From left George Washington - Thomas Jefferson - Theodore Roosevelt - Abraham Lincoln. 1982.
Code: AA32138
Artist: ********
Title: Mount Rushmore National Memorial with the monumental portrait heads of four U.S. presidents. From left George Washington - Thomas Jefferson - Theodore Roosevelt - Abraham Lincoln. 1982.
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******** Diploma signed by Abraham Lincoln confirming Jacob Frankel as Hospital Chaplain during the Civil War, signed March 2, 1864.
Code: A384887
Artist: ********
Title: Diploma signed by Abraham Lincoln confirming Jacob Frankel as Hospital Chaplain during the Civil War, signed March 2, 1864.
Location: The Jewish Museum - New York
Credits: Photo The Jewish Museum/Art Resource/Scala, Florence
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******** Diploma signed by Abraham Lincoln confirming Jacob Frankel as Hospital Chaplain during the Civil War, signed March 2, 1864.
Code: A384887
Artist: ********
Title: Diploma signed by Abraham Lincoln confirming Jacob Frankel as Hospital Chaplain during the Civil War, signed March 2, 1864.
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Location: The Jewish Museum
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Location: The Jewish Museum

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******** Abraham Lincoln (1809-65), c1865. Artist: Currier & Ives Abraham Lincoln (1809-65), c1865. Lincoln, a Republican, became 16th President of the USA in 1860. On Good Friday, 14 April 1865, while at Fords Theatre, Washington, he was shot by John Wilkes Booth and died the following morning.
Code: K510284
Artist: ********
Title: Abraham Lincoln (1809-65), c1865. Artist: Currier & Ives Abraham Lincoln (1809-65), c1865. Lincoln, a Republican, became 16th President of the USA in 1860. On Good Friday, 14 April 1865, while at Fords Theatre, Washington, he was shot by John Wilkes Booth and died the following morning.
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Art Media/Heritage Images/Scala, Florence

******** Abraham Lincoln (1809-65), c1865. Artist: Currier & Ives Abraham Lincoln (1809-65), c1865. Lincoln, a Republican, became 16th President of the USA in 1860. On Good Friday, 14 April 1865, while at Fords Theatre, Washington, he was shot by John Wilkes Booth and died the following morning.
Code: K510284
Artist: ********
Title: Abraham Lincoln (1809-65), c1865. Artist: Currier & Ives Abraham Lincoln (1809-65), c1865. Lincoln, a Republican, became 16th President of the USA in 1860. On Good Friday, 14 April 1865, while at Fords Theatre, Washington, he was shot by John Wilkes Booth and died the following morning.
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******** Abraham Lincoln, President of the USA, c1865.  Abraham Lincoln, President of the USA, c1865. Lincoln (1809-1865) was the sixteenth President of the United States of America (1861-1865). On Good Friday, 14 April 1865, while at Fords Theatre, Washington, he was shot by John Wilkes Booth and died the following morning.
Code: K512350
Artist: ********
Title: Abraham Lincoln, President of the USA, c1865. Abraham Lincoln, President of the USA, c1865. Lincoln (1809-1865) was the sixteenth President of the United States of America (1861-1865). On Good Friday, 14 April 1865, while at Fords Theatre, Washington, he was shot by John Wilkes Booth and died the following morning.
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Art Media/Heritage Images/Scala, Florence

******** Abraham Lincoln, President of the USA, c1865.  Abraham Lincoln, President of the USA, c1865. Lincoln (1809-1865) was the sixteenth President of the United States of America (1861-1865). On Good Friday, 14 April 1865, while at Fords Theatre, Washington, he was shot by John Wilkes Booth and died the following morning.
Code: K512350
Artist: ********
Title: Abraham Lincoln, President of the USA, c1865. Abraham Lincoln, President of the USA, c1865. Lincoln (1809-1865) was the sixteenth President of the United States of America (1861-1865). On Good Friday, 14 April 1865, while at Fords Theatre, Washington, he was shot by John Wilkes Booth and died the following morning.
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******** Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad, 9 February 1864.  Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad, 9 February 1864. Lincoln (1809-1865) was the sixteenth President of the United States of America (1861-1865). On Good Friday, 14 April 1865, while at Fords Theatre, Washington, he was shot by John Wilkes Booth and died the following morning. His son Thomas, also known as Tad (1853-1871), died at the age of 18, probably of tuberculosis.
Code: K512351
Artist: ********
Title: Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad, 9 February 1864. Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad, 9 February 1864. Lincoln (1809-1865) was the sixteenth President of the United States of America (1861-1865). On Good Friday, 14 April 1865, while at Fords Theatre, Washington, he was shot by John Wilkes Booth and died the following morning. His son Thomas, also known as Tad (1853-1871), died at the age of 18, probably of tuberculosis.
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Art Media/Heritage Images/Scala, Florence

******** Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad, 9 February 1864.  Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad, 9 February 1864. Lincoln (1809-1865) was the sixteenth President of the United States of America (1861-1865). On Good Friday, 14 April 1865, while at Fords Theatre, Washington, he was shot by John Wilkes Booth and died the following morning. His son Thomas, also known as Tad (1853-1871), died at the age of 18, probably of tuberculosis.
Code: K512351
Artist: ********
Title: Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad, 9 February 1864. Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad, 9 February 1864. Lincoln (1809-1865) was the sixteenth President of the United States of America (1861-1865). On Good Friday, 14 April 1865, while at Fords Theatre, Washington, he was shot by John Wilkes Booth and died the following morning. His son Thomas, also known as Tad (1853-1871), died at the age of 18, probably of tuberculosis.
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Location: ********
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******** Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H651064
Artist: ********
Title: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Location: Keystone Archives - London
Credits: Photo Art Media/Heritage Images/Scala, Florence

******** Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H651064
Artist: ********
Title: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Genre: Not available
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Location: Keystone Archives
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Location: Keystone Archives
******** Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H651065
Artist: ********
Title: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Location: Keystone Archives - London
Credits: Photo Art Media/Heritage Images/Scala, Florence

******** Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H651065
Artist: ********
Title: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
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Location: Keystone Archives
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Location: Keystone Archives
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