The Physical Lincoln: A60hm1

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Version 1: Digital Print of Hardcopy thumb
Print Key: Library of Congress LC-USZ62-7728-3a10369u
Print URL: unavailable offsite.
MaxPixels: 949 x 1536
Comments: b&w film copy neg.
Observations: Almost a good view of his Adam's apple. It looks big on his neck.
Version 2: Digital Print of Hardcopy thumb
Print Key: Library of Congress LC-USZ62-7728A-3a10370u
Print URL: http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/cph.3a10370
MaxPixels: 4023 x 4951
Comments: b&w film copy neg. 1 photograph : ambrotype ; plate 5 3/4 x 4 1/2 in.
Observations:
Print: Mellon (p73)
Caption: (p72) Believed to be the only surviving original of the half-dozen ambrotypes made by Preston Butler, in Springfield, Illinois, August 13, 1860, for use by the miniature portraitist John Henry Brown.
Collection: Library of Congress.
Observations:



<= a60hh   a60hm2 =>
A60hm1
Photographer Butler
Location Springfield, IL
Sitting sitdate:=1860-08-13
Technique Ambrotype
Meserve # Meserve Number:=29
Ostendorf # Ostendorf Number:=36
Ostendorf pg Ostendorf Page:=63, Ostendorf Page:=244
Mellon pg Mellon Page:=73
Kunhardt pg Kunhardt Page:=125
Synonym none
AL ML RL TL WL XL
<= a60hh a60hm2 =>
 
Ostendorf3
Ambrotype by Preston Butler, Springfield, Monday, August 13, 1860. "Appears relaxed but alert" (p244).
Image:A.60h13.1v2.jpg
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