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New York: New-York Daily Tribune, 21 April 1865 (Vol. XXV, No. 7501). Folio. 8pp. Very good. Quite mild age toning and bit of wear and more
The New York Times. April 17, 1865. Vol. XIV, No. 4231; April 18, 1865. Vol. XIV, No. 4232; April 19,
New York: 1865. April 18 and 19 are in fine condition, April 17 has some chipping and a few tears at folds, but is still very good. more
1873 FACSIMILE OF THE FAMOUS 1865 FORD'S THEATRE POSTER FOR 'OUR AMERICAN COUSIN,' THE PLAY PERFORMED WHEN BOOTH ASSASSINATED PRESIDENT
[Washington: Polkinhorn, 1873. 3" x 5 3/4", mounted on the top margin of the blank verso on old card stock. Light wear, Good+ or so. more
Autograph Letter, Signed ("George"), to his brother, giving his eye-witness account of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln on the night
(Lincoln Assassination) Todd, George B., M.D.
Montauk, Montauk Navy Yard, Wash D.C. 34: 1865. 4 pp. 8vo. The Surgeon of the 'Montauk' Gives an Eye-Witnesses Account. ...About 10:25 P.M. a man came in and walked slowly along the side more
Bingham, John A; Lincoln Assassination Conspiracy
1865. One of the Judges in the Lincoln Assassination Trial Bingham, John A. [1815-1900]. [Lincoln Assassination Conspiracy]. Argument of John A. Bingham, Special Judge Advocate in more
(LINCOLN, Abraham -- ASSASSINATION). HACKETT, William H., and BAILEY, John H.
N.p. [Portsmouth, NH]: N.p. [Portsmouth City Council], 15 April 1865. Small broadside. 7¼" X 9 3/4". Very good. Light overall wear. Thin black mourning border. more
Ford, John T. (1829-1894; builder of Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C., and manager there are times of Lincoln's assassination)
4to. 1 page, approximately 125 words. Folded as for mailing, now matted with a typed transcription and title ("Theatrical Letter of John T. Ford / more