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A65b4 - Lincolnwiki

The Physical Lincoln: A65b4

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Version 1: Digital Print of Hardcopy thumb
Print Key: Library of Congress LC-USZ62-8813-3a11367u
Print URL: http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/cph.3a11367
MaxPixels: 4830 x 5879
Comments: b&w film copy negative. 1 photographic print.
Observations:
Version 2: Digital Print of Hardcopy thumb
Print Key: Library of Congress LC-USZ62-100623-3c00623u
Print URL: http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/cph.3c00623
MaxPixels: 3265 x 4096
Comments: b&w film copy negative. 1 photographic print: albumen(?). Detail of head.
Observations:
Print: Mellon p175
Caption: (p173) Gelatin silver print of a carte-de-visite printed from one frame of the lost original multiple-image stereographic negative. Made by Alexander Gardner, in Washington, DC, between early February and mid-April 1865.
Collection: Mellon Collection
Observations:



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A65b4
Photographer Gardner
Location Washington, DC
Sitting Sitdate:=1865-02
Technique Photograph
Meserve # Meserve Number:=98
Ostendorf # Ostendorf Number:=117
Ostendorf pg Ostendorf Page:=218
Mellon pg Mellon Page:=175
Kunhardt pg Kunhardt Page:=253, Kunhardt Page:=318-319
Synonym none
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Hamilton
Photograph by Alexander Gardner, Washington, DC, Monday, April 10, 1865.
[[comment:="Note the head tilt. Did it become more frequent with time?"
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