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Title
Bed of Lincoln in his chamber, bouquet of flowers in the glass that lay on his breast in the Coffin
Alternative Title
Scenes relating to the Home and Haunts of Abraham Lincoln.
Creator
Glover, Ridgway, photographer
Schreiber & Glover, publisher
Date Created and/or Issued
1865
Contributing Institution
Huntington Library
Collection
United States Civil War
Rights Information
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Description
Image of a bed, taken from the foot of the bed. A small table stands at the foot of the bed with two books and a small vase of flowers.
Title and Alt title from printed caption on the verso of the card: Scenes relating to the Home and Haunts of Abraham Lincoln. Bed of Lincoln in his chamber, bouquet of flowers in the glass that lay on his breast in the Coffin. Schreiber & Glover, 818 Arch Street.
Identifier
photST Glover (22)
http://hdl.huntington.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16003coll6/id/764
Language
English
Subject
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865--Death and burial
Funeral rites & ceremonies. (lctgm)
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865--Homes and haunts
United States--Illinois--Springfield
Place
Springfield (Ill.)
Source
Stereographs
Glover
United States Civil War, Huntington Digital Library

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