The Physical Lincoln: A60x6

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Print: Library of Congress
Has hardcopy:Yes as of 2007-04.
Print: Mellon p66
Caption: (p67) Contemporary albumen print from a lost contemporary negative of a pose believed to have been made by William Shaw, probably in Chicago or Springfield, during the spring or summer of 1860.
Collection: Mellon Collection.
Observations: The image has been heavily retouched at some point. Neck is smoothed out, corrugations of chin skin are smoothed out, all but the vertical cheek lines are smoothed out, and the bag under the right eye has been diminished. Is that a mass in the right upper eyelid?
Print: Mellon p193 UL
Caption: (p192) Rare unretouched contemporary albumen print from the lost original negative believed to have been made by William Shaw, probably in Chicago or Springfield, during the spring or summer of 1860.
Collection: Ostendorf Collection.
Observations: Same pattern of retouching as the print above. No suggestion of mass in right upper eyelid.
Print: Kunhardt p95
Observations: No suggestion of mass in right upper eyelid.



<= a60x5   a60x7 =>
A60x6
Photographer Shaw
Location Illinois (?)
Sitting sitdate:=1860
Technique Photograph
Meserve # Meserve Number:=113
Ostendorf # Ostendorf Number:=33
Ostendorf pg Ostendorf Page:=52, Ostendorf Page:=261
Mellon pg Mellon Page:=66, Mellon Page:=193 UL
Kunhardt pg Kunhardt Page:=95 LL
Synonym none
AL ML RL TL WL XL
<= a60x5 a60x7 =>
 
Hamilton
Photograph, by an unknown cameraman, Springfield, about June, 1860.
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