Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln


Photo Collection


LINCOLN PHOTOGRAPHIC COLLECTION

Pix No.

Date of PixSize of PixNo. of PixKind of imageNegative

1 unknown 3½ x 5 1 B&W Copy Print none

Mary Todd Lincoln

2 unknown 3x5 2 B&W Copy Print none

Abraham Lincoln's stepmother.

3 unknown 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

An artist conception of Abraham Lincoln as a young lawyer riding court circuit.

4 unknown 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

Tombstone of Ann Rutledge.

5 unknown 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

Scene of old courthouse at Vandalia, Illinois.

6 unknown 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

The Lincoln family Bible.

7 unknown 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

Drawing depicting the moving of the Lincoln family from Indiana to Illinois. It shows Abraham Lincoln rescuing the family dog.

8 unknown 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

Scene of area in Berks County, Pa. where the Lincoln family lived.

9 unknown 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

Berks County, pa where the Lincoln family lived

10 unknown 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

Daniel Boone looking through wilderness gap toward Kentucky.

11 c.1850s 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

Downtown Springfield.

12 unknown 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

Lincoln home in Higham, Mass.

13 c.1840s 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

United States House of Representatives in 1840s.

14 unknown 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

Model of a device described as a new and improved manner of combining adjustable buoyant air chambers with a steamboat or other vessel to life a boat over shoals. Lincoln obtained a patent for this device on May 22, 1849. The model that Lincoln made is in the Smithsonian Museum

LINCOLN PHOTOGRAPHIC COLLECTION-Continued

Pix No.

Date of PixSize of PixNo. of PixKind of imageNegative

15 unknown 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

Picture of a body of river bank and the river.

16 unknown 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

Drawing of Lincoln of a raft leaving from the Sanagomon River in Illinois to New Orleans.

17 unknown 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

Artist conception of the New Orleans Harbor.

18 unknown 3x5 1 B&W Copy Print none

Drawing of the New Orleans Harbor.



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