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30701.

Half-woman on table illusion.

43611.

Walt Whitman. From the Walt Whitman Quarterly, Vol. 29, No. 1: “A Previously Unknown Whitman Photograph: This photograph was taken sometime in the late 1870s or early 1880s. The photographer is unknown. It appears courtesy of the owner, Jeffrey Kraus, and is part of the Jeffrey Kraus Collection. The photo is similar to two taken by Frederick Gutekunst in 1880, though Whitman is wearing a darker hat and a different coat here. The only other photos showing Whitman with a hat as dark as this one are a J. W. Black photo in 1860 and two photos of Whitman with his friend Bill Duckett, taken in 1886.”

43619.

Lincoln’s Funeral, Philadelphia, April 22, 1865.

43624.

Lincoln’s Funeral Procession on Broadway, New York.

43626.

Lincoln’s Funeral NYC.

43628.

Lincoln’s Funeral, NYC.

43629.

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.”

43637.

Booth and his Associates.

43642.

Mrs. Surrat.

43646.

Boston Corbett.

43648.

Boston Corbett. Slayer of John Wilkes Booth.

43657.

Unidentified woman.

43661.

Nude.

43662.

Nude.

43663.

Nude.

43664.

Nude.

43665.

Nude.

43666.

Paper moon.

43667.

Paper moon.

43671.

Albany NY Sanitary Fair.

43692.

Woman with flag.

43696.

Clerical man, possibly a rabbi.

43698.

Elisabeth Baker. Aged 84 years & 8 Months. Printed 3rd M?? 14th 1865.

43703.

Card-playing group.

43704.

Group with wine.

43705.

Gentleman at leisure.

43706.

Child with wheel barrow and watering can.

43707.

Girl with bouquet. Marie Delorme age de 3 ans-tieut un bouquet pour sa grand mere Delorme.

43717.

Costumed character.

43719.

In the air.

43731.

Cigar-smoking gentleman shining his shoes.

43732.

Harry Rehodes dressed as a samurai.

43734.

Miss Dodd, a classmate at the M.I.T. biology in a  corner of the library.

43735.

Mr. W.S. Woodin’s Olio of Oddities. Polygraphic Hall. King William Street, Charing Cross.

43737.

Scene in hospital room.

43738.

The West Fitchburg Star, Prof. J.F. Ryder, Great Novelty Artist. He is pictured with his limberjacks. An Albert melodeon is on the floor.

43739.

Man with shotgun, boy with dog.

43746.

Family group, woman with croquet mallet on croquet ground.

43750.

The Lakes of Killarney. The Landing Place at the Meeting of the Waters-Dinis island.

43751.

Labor group-Strike!

43753.

Aminidab Sleek, Sleekville. H.W. Stager? This is a character in the play “The Serious Family.” Morris Barnett created the comedy of ‘The Serious Family’ which he adapted from ‘Le Mari à la Campagne.’

43756.

Mother Burnham’s Father. In uniform with Olean Cornet Band drum.

43771.

Outdoor scene of teacher with very large group of children of all ages.

43779.

Character in patchwork outfit and conical hat.

43780.

Woman by the gate.

43786.

Two buddies seated with some room between them. Behind them, and seated backwards is another man.

43787.

Souvenir from the Ohio Penitentiary Annex of those electrocuted there between 1897 and 1905.

43789.

Two men in costume before attractive backdrop.

44571.

Mrs. M.A. Maxwell, in the Work Room.

44572.

Mrs. M.A. Maxwell, in the Field.

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