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A facsimile signature of President Abraham Lincoln, penned March 18, 1865.  Taken from p. 169 of San Juan Capistrano Mission by Engelhardt, Zephyrin (1922).  #juniper300 #latinoheritage #majorca2013

A facsimile signature of President Abraham Lincoln, penned March 18, 1865. Taken from p. 169 of San Juan Capistrano Mission by Engelhardt, Zephyrin (1922). #juniper300 #latinoheritage #majorca2013

Lincoln signed his name in a variety of ways. Here is just one example:

Lincoln signed his name in a variety of ways. Here is just one example:

1860's CDV of John Wilkes Booth, Assassin of President Abraham Lincoln. Booth captured here seated in a fancy, Gothic style chair, holds a book while presenting a studious and thoughtful appearance. Little did his many theatre fans know of his soon to be revealed dark side.

1860's CDV of John Wilkes Booth, Assassin of President Abraham Lincoln. Booth captured here seated in a fancy, Gothic style chair, holds a book while presenting a studious and thoughtful appearance. Little did his many theatre fans know of his soon to be revealed dark side.

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Signed Carte de Visite by Assassin John Wilkes Booth's alleged lover, Maggie Mitchell.  Mitchell was always openly sympathetic to the Confederate cause. She liked to dance on the American flag as a defiant stand in support to the South.  *s*

Details about Assassin John Wilkes Booth's Lover, Maggie Mitchell SIGNED CDV Carte

Signed Carte de Visite by Assassin John Wilkes Booth's alleged lover, Maggie Mitchell. Mitchell was always openly sympathetic to the Confederate cause. She liked to dance on the American flag as a defiant stand in support to the South. *s*

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