When Abraham Lincoln’s remains arrived in New York City on April 24, 1865, hundreds of thousands of its once-antagonistic citizens gathered to mourn him.
Lincoln sat for this unique photograph—“stood” would actually be a more accurate description—sometime in the summer of 1860.
Looking at Lincoln by Harold Holzer, is a study of the 16th president through imagery.
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