The Funeral of President Lincoln, New-York, April 25th, 1865. 2-cent tax stamp on verso.
The Funeral of President Lincoln, New-York, April 25th, 1865. Label for H. Ropes & Co, New York on verso.
Funeral of President Lincoln, N.Y. City. 7th Regiment passing in view. This is the image which supposedly shows 6 1/2 year old Theodore Roosevelt in the window at left.
President Lincoln’s Funeral Car. No. 586. Penned writing on verso claims that this photo is by Gurney but I think it is by Stacy.
345–Military on Broadway. Library of Congress site says this is probably during Lincoln’s funeral procession in NYC April 24-25, 1865.
Prominent Portraits. No. 2968. Hon. Abraham Lincoln, President of United States. 3-cent tax stamp.
Lincoln Monument, Washington, DC. Designed and Executed by Clark Mills. Note in right margin by John Meigs “view of U.S. Capitoal, Wash. D.C. (east & north sides). The monument represented in the foreground-designed by Clark Mills for the Lincoln Monument Association, is not built, but only introduced into the picture artificially.” Meigs also writes on verso “Paid $1.00 to Monument Fund-Apr. 4, 1868-Wash. D.C.”
Brady’s Album Gallery. No. 605. Group of President Lincoln, Gen. McClellan, and Suite, at Headquarters Army of Potomac, previous to reviewing the troops and the Battle-Field of Antietam, 3d Oct., 1862.
602. President Lincoln and Gen. McClellan in McClellan’s Tent at Headquarters, Army of the Potomac, Antietam, Oct. 4, 1862.