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According to many historians, this is the earliest known photo of Abraham Lincoln. Facial recognition technology supports this claim.

According to many historians, this is the earliest known photo of Abraham Lincoln. Facial recognition technology supports this claim. the jaw angle is all wrong and his ears are oval and angled.

Gloves worn by Lincoln on the night of his assassination at Ford Theatre.

Rare photos from history.

Leather gloves worn by Lincoln to Ford's Theater on the night of his assassination. Blood stains are visible at the cuffs. They show him very clearly leaving his gloves behind that night in the film.

Ralph Lincoln - 11th generation Lincoln - Imgur

Ralph Lincoln - 11th generation Lincoln

Ralph C. Lincoln, generation Lincoln, cousin of Abraham, neat. In my family all of the first born daughters, and many of the subsequent daughters on the maternal side look incredibly alike especially in the baby pics.

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Eerily, Abraham Lincoln reported a dream in which he had seen his own dead body. Only days later, he was fatally shot.

Abraham Lincoln - 1863 Portrait by Brady

Abraham Lincoln Civil War CDV Photograph in Collectibles, Photographic Images, Vintage & Antique CDVs

Mary Lincoln "Peggy" Beckwith - the last of the Lincolns - Abe's great-grandaughter. She lived at Hildene in Manchester VT, the home her grandfather Robert Todd Lincoln built. She was eccentric to say the least.

Mary Lincoln "Peggy" Beckwith - was a prominent descendant of Abraham Lincoln. She was one of the last two descendants (great grandchildren) of Abraham Lincoln, along with her brother Robert Todd Lincoln Beckwith

Very rare...Only known drawing of Lincoln in state...drawn by artist Pierre Morand in New York during Lincoln's funeral.  It was said that Morand was let in during the night because Edwin Stanton wouldn't allow photos or drawings.  This drawing is owned by the Abraham Lincoln Book Shop and I do not claim any copyright to it

Only known drawing of Lincoln in state.drawn by artist Pierre Morand in New York during Lincoln's funeral. From Abraham Lincoln Bookshop, Chicago, IL.

Before and after the war: The dramatic aging of Abraham Lincoln

Before and after the war: The dramatic aging of Abraham Lincoln

Before and after the war: The dramatic aging of Abraham Lincoln. Look how much he changed in just 7 years! Unfortunately all our Presidents age, but this is amazing. I wonder if war Presidents age more.

Tad seemed to enjoy the idea of throwing the White House and its staff into a dither. Because of the times, some of Tad's games were war-related. He received a pretend military commission from Secretary of War Edwin Stanton. (The National Archives photo shows Tad in the Union uniform that Stanton allowed him to wear.)

Tad Lincoln received a pretend military commission from Secretary of War Edwin Stanton. (The National Archives photo shows Tad in the Union uniform that Stanton allowed him to wear.

This is the earliest-known photograph of Abraham Lincoln, thought to have been taken in the mid-1840s.

= Martin and Abraham Lincoln served together in the Illinois State Legislature. This is the earliest-known photograph of Abraham Lincoln, thought to have been taken in the

Abraham Lincoln Illustration limited edition print on Etsy, $15.00

Abraham Lincoln Portrait Poster Series in Pencil by Artist / Designer Greg Walbert Inspired by Famous Quotes - House Divided - Malice To None - My Captain - Passion

Colorized photos of Abraham Lincoln

Colorized photos of Abraham Lincoln

This iconic photograph of President Abraham Lincoln was taken on February 5, 1865, in the final year of the Civil War and only two months before his assassination. The original intent of this photo by Alexander Gardner was to serve as basis for a painted portrait, but the photo resulted more impressive than the portrait. Poet Walt Whitman described the president’s expressions as “a deep latent sadness,” with the toll of war evident.

“I shall try to correct errors when shown to be errors; and I shall adopt new views so fast as they shall appear to be true views.”—Abraham Lincoln, letter to Horace Greeley, 1862

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