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Abraham Lincoln fought clinical depression all his life. He often turned to the bible to help manage his depression...

Abraham Lincoln fought clinical depression all his life. He often turned to the bible to help manage his depression...

Amazing colorized photos Abraham-Lincoln http://www.retronaut.com/2012/12/colorized-american-civil-war-photographs/

Amazing colorized photos Abraham-Lincoln http://www.retronaut.com/2012/12/colorized-american-civil-war-photographs/

Thomas "Tad" Lincoln (1853-1871). 4th son..The nickname "Tad" was given to him by his father who found Thomas "as wriggly as a tadpole" when he was a baby. He died of heart failure at age 18.

Pictures of Abraham Lincoln and His Family

Thomas "Tad" Lincoln (1853-1871). 4th son..The nickname "Tad" was given to him by his father who found Thomas "as wriggly as a tadpole" when he was a baby. He died of heart failure at age 18.

One of the few photographs  of Lincoln inside the White House was taken in this room by Matthew Brady in 1864.  It was not until after the renovation of the White House undertaken during the Truman administration that this room became so exclusively associated with Lincoln.

One of the few photographs of Lincoln inside the White House was taken in this room by Matthew Brady in 1864. It was not until after the renovation of the White House undertaken during the Truman administration that this room became so exclusively associated with Lincoln.

Robert Todd Lincoln (August 1, 1843 – July 26, 1926) was an American lawyer and Secretary of War, and the first son of President Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln. Born in Springfield, Illinois, United States, he was one of two of Lincoln's four sons to live to adulthood.  He & his father lacked the strong bond his father had with brothers Willie and Tad, but Robert deeply admired his father and wept openly at his deathbed.

Robert Todd Lincoln (August 1, 1843 – July 26, 1926) was an American lawyer and Secretary of War, and the first son of President Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln. Born in Springfield, Illinois, United States, he was one of two of Lincoln's four sons to live to adulthood. He & his father lacked the strong bond his father had with brothers Willie and Tad, but Robert deeply admired his father and wept openly at his deathbed.

Rarely seen photo of Lincoln (possibly by Preston Butler) made in May 1860, just after Lincoln clinched the nomination.

Rarely seen photo of Lincoln (possibly by Preston Butler) made in May 1860, just after Lincoln clinched the nomination.

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