This portrait of President Abraham Lincoln, dated Feb. 5, 1865, is on display at Washington’s National Portrait Gallery.
This portrait of President Abraham Lincoln, dated Feb. 5, 1865, is on display at Washington’s National Portrait Gallery. Alexander Gardner The Associated Press
This portrait of President Abraham Lincoln, dated Feb. 5, 1865, is on display at Washington’s National Portrait Gallery. Alexander Gardner The Associated Press

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