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English: The latest photograph of President Lincoln. Taken on the balcony at the White House, March 6, 1865. 1 photographic print : albumen ; photo ca. 11 × 14 in. on mount 20 × 24 in.
Date Created/Published: [Waltham, Mass., 1865]
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Author Warren, Henry F., photographer
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