This gold diamond suite jewelry piece belonged to Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of President Lincoln.

This gold diamond suite jewelry piece belonged to Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of President Lincoln. Cn display at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of Abraham Lincoln managed to get the first pension for presidential widows.

First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln, was never emotionally stable, and was declared legally insane 10 years after her husband's death at the urging of her son Robert. She spent well beyond Lincoln's huge salary, and many suspect she was selling secrets for cash.

Mary Todd Lincoln Almond Cake Recipe. One of Lincoln's Favorites!

Mary Todd Lincoln Almond Cake Recipe—I'll bet she was thankful for that electric mixer!

01023 - Mary Todd Lincoln; Inaugural Dress, March 4th 1865 [LC-DIG-cwpbh-01023]

Mary Todd Lincoln woman wife inaugural Color Tinted Civil War in Collectibles, Photographic Images, Vintage & Antique Tintypes

Mary Todd Lincoln 1818-1882, Wife of Abraham.   Lovely color added to her CDV.

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

Wedding day photograph of Abraham and Mary Lincoln,  November 4, 1842 in Springfield, Illinois.

Abe Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln's wedding day photograph taken November 1842 in Springfield, Illinois after three years of a stormy courtship and a broken engagement. Their love had endured.

One hundred and 30 years after her death, Mary Todd Lincoln will be retried for insanity.    The former first lady was declared insane 10 years after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln in 1865, when her son Robert Todd Lincoln had her committed.

Mary Todd Lincoln to be retried for insanity

First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln - Mary Ann (née Todd) Lincoln (December 1818 – July was the wife of the President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, and was First Lady of the United States from 1861 to

Elizabeth Keckley bought her freedom and rose to become Mary Todd Lincoln's dress designer and personal confidant.

“I know what liberty is because I know what slavery was.” Elizabeth Keckley Elizabeth Hobbs Keckley (Circa Feb 1818 - May

Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of Abraham Lincoln. Three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing front. Nicolas H. Shepherd, photographer. 1846

Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of Abraham Lincoln, traveled in Europe before returning to the U.S. where she was briefly committed to a mental institution. She died in Springfield, Illinois.

Pair of Pendant Earrings Owned by Mary Todd Lincoln. These "earbobs" appear to be made of gold-mounted black onyx

[Mary Todd Lincoln] Pair of Pendant Earrings Owned by Mary Todd Lincoln. These "earbobs" appear to - Available at 2008 November The John Lattimer.

Mary Lincoln~~Lived from 1818 to 1882~~Bore 4 children, 2 passed away while she lived.

Description - First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of Abraham Lincoln, president of the United States. Description Source - Library of Congress (for identity) Year -

Mary Todd Lincoln, 1846 This 1846 or 1847 portrait by N.H. Shepherd shows Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of to-be President Abraham Lincoln.  This photo was taken in Springfield, Illinois a few years after they married.

Mary Todd Lincoln, 1846 This 1846 or 1847 portrait by N.H. Shepherd shows Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of to-be President Abraham Lincoln. This photo was taken in Springfield, Illinois a few years after they married.

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