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Framed Mourning Badge

  • Full Title

    Copper Framed Photograph Badge with Ribbon

  • Description

    This small, framed photograph of Abraham Lincoln may have been worn by supporters during presidential campaigns and mourning during the President’s funeral procession. The funeral procession began in Washington, DC, on April 20, 1865. The train carrying Lincoln’s body stopped in Baltimore, MD, and Harrisburg, PA, before arriving in Philadelphia on April 22. The body lay in state at Independence Hall and was open for public viewing on April 23. The funeral train departed from Philadelphia for New York City at 4:00 a.m. on April 24.

  • Source

    The Abraham Lincoln Foundation of The Union League of Philadelphia (Object ID: 1972.200.2)

  • Rights

    Use of this item for research, teaching and private study is permitted with proper citation and attribution, as “Courtesy of The Abraham Lincoln Foundation of The Union League of Philadelphia.” Reproduction of this item for publication, broadcast or commercial use requires written permission. For permission, please contact The Abraham Lincoln Foundation.

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    Unknown. "Copper Framed Photograph Badge with Ribbon". Remembering Lincoln. Web. Accessed July 18, 2019. https://rememberinglincoln.fords.org/node/895