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Man arrested on suspicion of being one of the Lincoln Assassination Conspirators.  [Identified as Hartmann Richter]

Man arrested on suspicion of being one of the Lincoln Assassination Conspirators. [Identified as Hartmann Richter]

Thank you to Richard Lewis whose father, Carl Lewis, took this picture after the fire in 1911. (Richard Lewis's picture is not in the public domain.)

Great facts & photos on Abe Lincoln. - Photo is Lincolns funeral car burned in a huge prairie fire.

ABRAHAM LINCOLN ...ca. 1854-60’s, ninth-plate copy tintype of the lost Polycarpus Von Schneidau daguerreotype of Lincoln, taken in Chicago in 1854

tuesday-johnson: ca. [ninth-plate copy tintype of the lost Polycarpus Von Schneidau daguerreotype of Lincoln, taken in Chicago in via The Rail Splitter

General Halbert Eleazer Paine,4th Wisconsin Volunteer Regiment

General Halbert Eleazer Paine,4th Wisconsin Volunteer Regiment

1865, Man arrested on suspicion of being one of the Lincoln Assassination Conspirators. Name not disclosed. [Identified as Hartmann Richter]. Albumen print. Photograph by Alexander Gardner (Scottish, 1821 - 1882)

Man arrested on suspicion of being one of the Lincoln Assassination Conspirators. Name not disclosed. [Identified as Hartmann Richter]. Photograph by Alexander Gardner (Scottish, 1821 -

Initially recruited for the Lincoln kidnap plot, Dr. Samuel Mudd aided Booth during his escape immediately after the assassination of Lincoln

SAMUEL MUDD ~ Initially recruited for the Lincoln kidnap plot, Dr. Samuel Mudd aided Booth during his escape immediately after the assassination of Lincoln

Close up detail of Alexander Gardner's photos of Herold and Atzerott being prepared for their execution for their part in Lincoln's assassination.

Hangman Christian Rath adjusts the noose around the neck of David E. Herold while George Atzerodt looks on. They were convicted of conspiracy in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.

John Surratt's pictorial lecture

John Surratt's pictorial lecture

Civil War - 7th New York -awesome rare image

Union soldiers keeping order during the New York City Draft Riots, Many blacks were killed by rioters; an orphanage was burned. One whole Army Corps was dispatched to keep the peace.

Ford's Theatre Broadside: Our American Cousin

[Abraham Lincoln] Ford's Theatre Broadside: Our AmericanCousin.

Unusual but imaginative print featuring the bullet "as seen under a microscope" with which Booth assassinated the President and transformed Lincoln from a mortal man into a Martyr. Banner reads: "Death is not death, tis but the ennoblement of mortal man"

The Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln as told via the April 22, 1865 newspaper reporting of the National Police Gazette...

The Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln as told via the April 1865 newspaper reporting of the National Police Gazette.

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