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Publishing House of Gurdon Bill. [Caption title]. 4 pp. 4to leaflet.
1866
 

Star and Chronicle Extra. [Caption title]. Large folio broadsheet.
1862
 

Annual Greeting of the Carriers to the Patrons of "The Press." For January 1st, 1866. [Caption title beneath lithographic scene of Lincoln and his Cabinet]. Broadside, 11" x 8.5". With typographic border.
1866
 

Report of the Commissioner of Patents, for the Year 1849....
1850
 

CLEVELAND MORNING LEADER. Vol. XIX, No. 102. Friday Morning, April 28, 1865.
1865
 

CLEVELAND MORNING LEADER. Vol. XIX, No. 102. Friday Morning, April 28, 1865.
1865
 

National Inauguration Ball, March 4, 1865.
1865
 

Died, Near the South-Side Rail Road, on Sunday, April 9th, 1865, The Southern Confederacy, Aged Four Years....[Caption title & partial text]. Oblong 4to broadside on heavy stock with ornamental border. Fine.
1865
 

Black and white lithograph, “Lincoln and Cabinet. Annual Greeting of the Carriers to the Patrons of ‘The Press’. For January 1st, 1866. Sight: 8” x 10," double matted (image approximately 6” x 9”), backed with foam board and sealed. Light grayish stain in upper right corner margin, otherwise a sharp, fresh impression.
1866
 

Diary of G[eorge] M. Lockwood, Hunts Hollow, N.Y. January 1, 1864 to October 25, 1865. Partly coded. 102 pp. (40 pp. 1865). Notebook 6.5 x 8 inches. Contemp. 3/4 calf, marbled boards. Slight edge wear, pages lightly browned, intact and sound. Legible ink.
1864
 

Order of Services at the Capital of New Hampshire, Thursday, June 1, 1865, in Honor of the Memory of Abraham Lincoln. [Caption title]. 8vo. broadside, some browning.
1865
 

An Election Song. [Caption title]. Broadside, 21” X 8-5/8”, double column, text comprising four poems, surmounted by a vignette of an eagle, all within an ornamental border.
1864
 

Programme of Procession/ To Escort the Remains of/ President Lincoln/ From the Court House to the Funeral Train for Springfield./ The Court House will be closed at 8 o'clock, precisely, and the remains of/ the late President escorted to the Springfield Train in the following order:/ BAND./ CHIEF MARSHALL--Colonel R. M. Hough,/...Broadside, 5-3/8" x 8". Printed in white on dark silk, with border. Handsome modern wood frame (old style).
1865
 

Wm. Lloyd Garrison to Chas. Sumner. Review of the Senator's Career. Greeleyism Exposed! The Bearing of the present Campaign! [Caption title].
1872
 

Revised Ordinances of the City of Bloomington, and the Laws of Illinois Relating Thereto, Together With the Constitution of the United States, and the State of Illinois: The Declaration of Independence, and the Charters of the Cities of Springfield and Quincy. Revised and Published by the Authority of the Corporation of ... Bloomfield, Under the Supervision of J.M. Scott and W.H. Hanna.
1855
 

Vinton Co. Ohio Union Presidential Ticket (Election November 4, 1864.) For President, Abraham Lincoln...For Vice President, Andrew Johnson....[Caption & partial text].
1864
 

Sparta Democrat—Extra [Caption title].
1841
 

ANDREW, JOHN A. Senate...No. 1. Address of His Excellency...to the Two Branches of the Legislature of Massachusetts, January 8, 1864.
1864
 

ANON. Letters of Major Jack Downing, of the Downingville Militia.
1865
 

BENJAMIN, S.G.W. Ode on the Death of Abraham Lincoln.
1865
 

BEVERIDGE, ALBERT J. Abraham Lincoln 1809-1858. Vol. I-[II].
1928
 

BRYANT, WILLIAM C., Army Relief Bazaar Buildings, Academy Park, Albany, N.Y., Jan. 18, 1864. [Caption title].
1864
 

CANTERBURY, H. WEBST Patriotic Songs. [Caption title]. Small folio broadside, six songs in three columns beneath engraved portraits of Washington, Winfield Scott and a beardless Lincoln (left to right).
1861
 

CHASE, S.P. Additional Regulations Concerning Commercial Intercourse with and in States Declared in Insurrection. January 26, 1864. [Caption title].
1864
 

CONCEIÇÃO, JOSÉ MANU As exequias de Abrahão Lincoln, presidente dos Estados Unidos da America, com um esboço biographico do mesmo offerecido ao povo brasileiro.
1865
 

COOK, JOHN & JAMES O Obsequies of President Lincoln[.] Order of Funeb[!]al Procession. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside, printed in three columns with black border & column dividers.
1865
 

COOK, JOHN & JAMES O Obsequies of President Lincoln[.] Order of [Fun]eb[!]al Procession. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside, printed in three columns with black border & column dividers.
1865
 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY--NA Spirit of the Chicago Convention. Extracts from All the Notable Speeches... [Caption title].
1864
 

DeNORMANDIE, JAMES. The Lord Reigneth: a Few Words on Sunday Morning, April 16th, 1865, After the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln. [Wrapper title].
1865
 

DUTTON, Rev. O.H.. Supplement to the Holyoke Transcript. April 29, 1865. [Caption title]. Large folio broadside, printed in four columns.
1865
 

GRIERSON, BENJAMIN H Campaign Song. Tune--"Old Dan Tucker." [Caption title]. At bottom, above the border: "Offered for sale by the Meredosia Wide-Awakes." Broadside, 8.25" x 6.75." Typographical border.
1860
 

GRIMES, P. A Rumphes in Topet. Truth and Conviction. [Caption title]. Narrow 4to broadside.
1863
 

HANAFORD, MRS. PHOEB Our Martyred President.
1865
 

HENSZEY & CO. Photog President Lincoln's Hearse. April 22, 1865. Designed and Constructed by E.S. Early, Undertaker...Philadelphia.
1865
 

HERNDON, WILLIAM H. Herndon's Lincoln: The True Story of a Great Life...
1889
 

HERRICK, H.W. "Reading the Emancipation Proclamation." [Caption title]. Medium folio engraving with suitable margins, small vignette of Lincoln in title. Engraved by J.W. Watts. Old walnut frame.
1864
 

JOHNSON, REVERDY. Speech of the Hon. Reverdy Johnson, of Maryland, Delivered Before the Political Friends of Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, at a Meeting at Faneuil Hall, Boston, On Thursday, June 7, 1860. To Which is Added [Johnson's] Letter...To the Chairman of the Douglas Meeting in New York On the 22d of May, 1860.
1860
 

LANGE, MAX Editor. Abraham Lincoln der Wiederhersteller der Nordamerikanischen Union und der grosz kampf der Nord- und Sudstaaten....Drittes Tausend.
1866
 

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. Emancipation Proclamation, Whereas on the 22nd Day of September in the year of our Lord 1862...I Abraham Lincoln...[Caption title & partial text]. Large folio broadside, 28" x 21.5."
1864
 

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. Petition to Abraham Lincoln to Appoint Maj. Gen. John C. Fremont to Command the West Virginia Troops. Signed by 39 Senators, Representatives and Delegates from W.Va. Wheeling, West Virginia, July 31, 1863. Verso Docketed: "Submitted to the Secretary of War, Aug. 21, 1863. A. Lincoln." [Docketing in Lincoln's hand.] 12.25" x 16,” folded. 2 pp. Lined paper, water spots, browning. Small tears at folds, slight fading, overall very legible.
1863
 

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. Abraham Lincoln's Farewell Address to His Old Neighbors. Springfield, February 12, 1861...Engraving of Lincoln, by Isaac Bates. Stiff card: 4" x 2-1/2".
1865
 

LINCOLN. Proclamation of Emancipation. [Caption title].
1865
 

NEALLY, GEORGE C. Three (3) pp. ALS, (signed G.C.N, Jr.), to Thomas H. Eaton of Bath, Maine, Concerning Lincoln’s Assassination. Bird’s Nest Nursery, Burlington, Iowa, April 29, 1865. Sheet 7.75 x 10 inches, folded in half. Ink. Stamped cover with logo of nursery, “Neally Bros. & Bock”. Browned, slight bleed through, otherwise fine.
1865
 

NICOLAY, JOHN G. & J Abraham Lincoln. A History. Volume One.
1890
 

SPOONER, LYSANDER. Address of the Free Constitutionalists to the People of the United States.
1860
 

TUMBLETY, DR. FRANCI A Few Passages in the Life of Dr. Francis Tumblety, the Indian Herb Doctor, including his Experience in the Old Capitol Prison, to which he was consigned, with a Wanton Disregard to Justice and Liberty.
1866
 

UNION VOLUNTEER REFR At a Meeting ... on the 16th of April [1865], the following Preamble and Resolutions were adopted, Whereas We have learned with unbounded sorrow and anguish, the assassination of our beloved Chief Magistrate, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES....[beginning of text].
1865
 

WHITE, RICHARD GRANT Revelations: a Companion to the "New Gospel of Peace." According to Abraham.
1863
 

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