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4th July, 1776, Washington - 4th, July 1865, Lincoln

4th July, 1776, Washington - 4th, July 1865, Lincoln


A Nation's Loss;

A Nation's Loss;

Died April 15, 1865.

[Abraham Lincoln statue in Union Square.]

[Abraham Lincoln statue in Union Square.]

Decker Building in background.

[Mourning badge for Abraham Lincoln.]

[Mourning badge for Abraham Lincoln.]


The Assassination of President Lincoln

The Assassination of President Lincoln


Death of President Lincoln.

Death of President Lincoln.

At Washington, D.C. April 15th 1865. The Nation's Martyr. Mr. Chase C. J. Secy. McCulloch. Atty. General....

Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln

The Nation's Martyr. Assassinated April 14th 1865.

Freedom to the Slaves.

Freedom to the Slaves.

Proclaimed January 1st 1863, by Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States. "Proclaim Liberty Throughout...

The National Game. Three "Outs" and One "Run".

The National Game. Three "Outs" and One "Run".

Abraham Winning the Ball.

Untitled [Couple sitting at base of statue, Union Square]

Untitled [Couple sitting at base of statue, Union Square]

Portrait of a couple sitting at the base of the Lincoln Statue in Union Square.

Lincoln Monument in Grant Park.

Lincoln Monument in Grant Park.


Lincoln Monument in Grant Park.

Lincoln Monument in Grant Park.


[Funeral of President Lincoln.]

[Funeral of President Lincoln.]


[The funeral of President Lincoln.]

[The funeral of President Lincoln.]


Workingmen's Lincoln Dinner

Workingmen's Lincoln Dinner

N.Y. March 8, 1900.

[Abraham Lincoln.]

[Abraham Lincoln.]


[Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad looking at an album of photographs]

[Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad looking at an album of photographs]


Lincoln and his Family

Lincoln and his Family

Geo. Stinson & Co. Publishers, Portland, ME.

[Abraham Lincoln.]

[Abraham Lincoln.]


President Lincoln and Secretary Seward Signing the Proclamation of Freedom

President Lincoln and Secretary Seward Signing the Proclamation of Freedom

January 1st 1863. "Upon this act, I invoke the considerate judgment of mankind, and the gracious favor...

Washington and Lincoln.

Washington and Lincoln.


Abraham Lincoln, the Nation's Martyr.

Abraham Lincoln, the Nation's Martyr.

Assassinated April 14th 1865.

Abraham's Dream!

Abraham's Dream!

"Coming Events Cast Their Shadows Before."

Caving In, or a Rebel "Deeply Humiliated."

Caving In, or a Rebel "Deeply Humiliated."


The Great Exhibition of 1860.

The Great Exhibition of 1860.


An Heir to the Throne, Or the Next Republican Candidate.

An Heir to the Throne, Or the Next Republican Candidate.


Honest Abe Taking Them On the Half Shell.

Honest Abe Taking Them On the Half Shell.


Letting the Cat Out of the Bag!!

Letting the Cat Out of the Bag!!


The "Nigger" in the Woodpile.

The "Nigger" in the Woodpile.


The Old Bull Dog on the Right Track.

The Old Bull Dog on the Right Track.


The Political Gymnasium.

The Political Gymnasium.


Progressive Democracy _ Prospect of a Smash Up.

Progressive Democracy _ Prospect of a Smash Up.


The Rail Candidate.

The Rail Candidate.


"Taking the Stump" or Stephen in Search of His Mother.

"Taking the Stump" or Stephen in Search of His Mother.


The True Issue or "Thats Whats the Matter".

The True Issue or "Thats Whats the Matter".


"Uncle Sam" Making New Arrangements.

"Uncle Sam" Making New Arrangements.


The Great Exhibition of 1860.

The Great Exhibition of 1860.

1860

The Body of the Martyr President, Abraham Lincoln

The Body of the Martyr President, Abraham Lincoln

Lying in state at the City Hall, N. Y. April 24th & 25th 1865.

The Lincoln Statue

The Lincoln Statue


A. Lincoln.

A. Lincoln.

Hon. Abraham Lincoln, Republican Candidate for Sixteenth President of the United States.

A. Lincoln.

A. Lincoln.

Hon. Abraham Lincoln, Sixteenth President of the United States.

Abraham Lincoln, The Great Emancipator.

Abraham Lincoln, The Great Emancipator.


The Lincoln Monument, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N. Y.

The Lincoln Monument, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N. Y.


The Lincoln Monument, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N. Y.

The Lincoln Monument, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N. Y.


[Abraham Lincoln Sculpture.]

[Abraham Lincoln Sculpture.]


[Abraham Lincoln Statue.]

[Abraham Lincoln Statue.]


Lincoln Triumphal Arch, Grand Army Plaza.

Lincoln Triumphal Arch, Grand Army Plaza.

Relief sculpture of Lincoln on horseback.

Statue of Lincoln.

Statue of Lincoln.


President Lincoln at Home

President Lincoln at Home

Reading the Scriptures to his Wife and Son.

General Grant at the Tomb of Abraham Lincoln.

General Grant at the Tomb of Abraham Lincoln.

Oak Ridge Cemetery Springfield Illinois.

"The Irrepressible Conflict".

"The Irrepressible Conflict".

Or the Republican Barge in Danger.

Political "Blondins" Crossing Salt River.

Political "Blondins" Crossing Salt River.


The Republican Party Going to the Right House.

The Republican Party Going to the Right House.


Running the "Machine":

Running the "Machine":


Front Elevation - Enclosure to Lincoln Statue, Union Square.

Front Elevation - Enclosure to Lincoln Statue, Union Square.

Preliminary drawing ordered by Resolution of Board, June 30, 1872. Jacob Wrey Mould. Architect-in-Chief...

Enclosure to Lincoln Statue, Union Square. Working Drawing No. 37.

Enclosure to Lincoln Statue, Union Square. Working Drawing No. 37.

Details of Lamps, Columns, and Bronze Railings. Ordered by Resolution of Board, June 30, 1872. J. Wrey...

The 25th of April 1865 in New York [Funeral Procession of Abraham Lincoln]

The 25th of April 1865 in New York [Funeral Procession of Abraham Lincoln]

Published by Charles Magnus, 12 Frankfort St. N. [Y.]

[Lincoln Statue, Union Square.]

[Lincoln Statue, Union Square.]

The Lincoln Statue at Union Square. The J. L. Post clothing store on 14th St. is visible behind the...

Benefit and last night of Miss Laura Keene in "Our American Cousin"

Benefit and last night of Miss Laura Keene in "Our American Cousin"

The distinguished manageress, authoress and actress, supported by Mr. John Dyott and Mr. Harry Hawk....

Death of President Lincoln.

Death of President Lincoln.

At Washington, D.C. April 15th 1865. The Nation's Martyr.

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