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New York: H. Dayton, 1860. Steel engraved portrait of Liincoln. 8vo, original publisher's purple blind stamped cloth, spine faded to tan and extremities lightly rubbed. Light scattered foxing. New York: H. Dayton, 1860. Very good. Authorized Edition. Text includes 10 speeches by Abraham Lincoln including the speech delivered at Cooper Union in New York City. Author was Washington correspondent for the New York Independent and Evening Post. Sabin 3724;.
New York: Currier & Ives, 1865. Drawing. Mounted on large folio sheet, 24 x 18 1/2 inches. Signed and dated. Splendid large original portrait in light brown tinted wash. Shows Lincoln's head and shoulders, posing forward to right of center, with neatly trimmed beard and jacket with tie. Stains and cracks to mount with some toning from framing. Possibly after Isidor Rocca portrait of Lincoln.
many photo. illus. 89pp. 8vo, original pr. wrs.; (rebacked with modern cloth, wrs. soiled and with a few chips, internally very good). Washington: Rufus H. Darby, 1894. The author was the doorkeeper at Ford's Theater on the night of the assassination. "Details of the conspiracy and assassination." Monaghan 1138.
New York: Currier & Ives, 1865. Print. Original lithograph. Sheet measures 14" x 10" This 1865 portrait of Abraham Lincoln was issued by Currier and Ives just after the president was assassinated on April 14, 1865. Based on a photograph taken in February 1864 by Anthony Berger, the 'rush' print was issued by Currier and Ives as a tribute to the former President available to mourners all across America. Many prints such as these were issued by Currier and Ives.....
40pp. 24mo, original printed wrappers; (wrappers very lightly soiled, otherwise very good). Rio de Janeiro: Eduardo & Henrique Laemmert, (1865). "An account of Lincoln's assassination and funeral, beginning with his forebodings when he left Springfield. Concludes with a brief biography." Monaghan 3796. One of two publications in Portuguese published in Brazil in 1865 on Abraham Lincoln.