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John Wilkes Booth

John Wilkes Booth "Buried at Sea"

Still Image from May. 20, 1865

Brownville, Nebraska Territory Mayor's Proclamation on the Death of Abraham Lincoln

Mayor's Proclamation on the Death of Abraham Lincoln - Brownville, Nebraska

Newspaper from Apr. 20, 1865

"We Mourn a Father Slain"

Ribbon from April 22-23 1865

Philadelphia Police Mourning Ribbon

Philadelphia Police Ribbon

Ribbon from April 1865

Reverend Leonard Francis Smith

Reverend Leonard Francis Smith

Diary from April 15, 1865

Handwritten Letter to Dear Parents from J. D. McClure, April 16, 1865

Letter to his parents from J. D. McClure, April 16, 1865

Letter from 1865

Wilkes Booth and his Dead Body [From the Cincinnati Union of Sunday]

Wilkes Booth

Newspaper from September 18, 1866

"Terrible Work of Blood!"

Newspaper from Apr. 15, 1865

"Arrest of Booth!"

Newspaper from Apr. 16, 1865

Proclamation by the Mayor of Milwaukee

"The Great Crime at Washington"

Document from Apr. 16, 1865

El Pájaro Verde

President Lincoln assassinated

Newspaper from Apr. 29, 1865

L'Estafette: Journal Français

President Lincoln assassinated

Newspaper from Apr. 28, 1865

La Orquesta: Periodico Omniscio, de Buen Humor y con Caricaturas

"President Lincoln has been assassinated"

Newspaper from Apr. 29, 1865

"Abraham Lincoln died this morning"

Newspaper from Apr. 26, 1865

Lincoln and Seward Assassinated

Newspaper from Apr. 15, 1865

Journal – April Thursday 13 to Sunday 16 1865

Anonymous Diary

Diary from Apr. 16, 1865

Issue of Bulletin EXTRA:

Bulletin Extra

Newspaper from Apr. 15, 1865

Tri-Weekly Constitutionalist, April 23, 1865

Tri-Weekly Constitutionalist

Newspaper from Apr. 23, 1865

"The Murder of President Lincoln."

Newspaper from Apr. 15, 1866

"Glorious News. Lincoln and Seward Assassinated!"

Newspaper from Apr. 21, 1865