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Mary Lincoln Hair Display

Mary Lincoln Hair Display (Assorted) at War Between the States

Old Fords Theater Lincoln Assassinated 1900 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Old Fords Theater Lincoln Assassinated 1900 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Old Fords Theater Lincoln Assassinated 1900 Vintage Reprint Of Old Photo Old Fords Theater Lincoln Assassinated 1900 Vintage Reprint Of Old Photo This is an excellent reproduction of an old

Mary Lincoln's blood-stained fan from the Ford Theater is on display at the Abraham Lincoln Library and Presidential Museum.

Mary Lincoln's blood-stained fan from the Ford Theater is on display at the Abraham Lincoln Library and Presidential Museum.

Mary Todd Lincoln's floral headband - one of 12 of the most powerful hairstyles of all time

Mary Todd Lincoln

Mary Lincoln's brooch and other jewelry is currently on display at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum through November.

*MARY TODD LINCOLN's ~ brooch and other jewelry is currently on display at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum through November.

Last picture of the Lincolns?  Last picture?  Never seen this before.  With Booth?

This is not a real portrait of Abe and Mary Todd Lincoln sitting in the Ford Theater balcony with Booth hiding behind the drapery. It is actually a photo of waxed figures in the Abraham Lincoln Museum in Springfield IL.

Abraham Lincoln's grand daughter's. Robert Lincoln's daughters, Mary and Jessie Harlan Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln's grand daughters - Robert Lincoln's daughters, Mary Lincoln and Jessie Harlan Lincoln

Mary Lincoln wore the strawberry dress in her first spring as First Lady, in 1861. (photo via the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum)

Mary Lincoln wore the strawberry dress in her first spring as First Lady, in (photo via the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum)

William Wallace Lincoln, 11-year-old son of Abraham and Mary, died at the White House on February 20, 1862. He apparently died of Typhus, contracted by contaminated water. Elizabeth Keckly, the former slave who designed Mrs. Lincoln's beautiful wardrobe, washed and dressed him. When the President gazed at him, he mourned, "My poor boy, he was too good for this earth. God has called him home..."

In an elegant White House guest room, the son of Abraham and Mary Lincoln lay ill in a huge carved rosewood bed, now known as the Lincoln Bed. on February William Wallace Lincoln died.

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