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Selected Civil War Photographs, 1861-1865
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Photographs containing the exact words 0817-0839:T23.
1[Washington, D.C. Ford's Theater with guards posted at entrance and crepe draped from windows]
2[Washington, D.C. Rocking chair used by President Lincoln in Ford's Theater]
3[Washington, D.C. President Lincoln's funeral procession on Pennsylvania Avenue]
4[Washington, D.C. President Lincoln's funeral procession on Pennsylvania Avenue; another view]
5[Washington, D.C. Coffins and open graves ready for the conspirators' bodies at right of scaffold]
6[Washington, D.C. John C. Howard's stable on G Street between 6th and 7th (where John H. Surratt kept horses before leaving town on April 1, 1865]
7[Washington Navy Yard, D.C. David E. Herold, a conspirator]
8[Washington Navy Yard, D.C. Lewis Payne, the conspirator who attacked Secretary Seward, standing in overcoat and hat]
9[Washington, D.C. Adjusting the ropes for hanging the conspirators]
10[Washington, D.C. Hanging hooded bodies of the four conspirators; crowd departing]
11[Washington, D.C. Hanging bodies of the conspirators; guards only in yard]
12[Washington, D.C. Execution of the conspirators: scaffold in use and crowd in the yard, seen from the roof of the Arsenal]
13[Washington, D.C. Gen. John F. Hartranft reading the death warrant to the conspirators on the scaffold]
14[Washington Navy Yard, D.C. Lewis Payne, in sweater, seated and manacled]
15[Washington Navy Yard, D.C. Edman Spangler, a "conspirator," in hat and manacled]
16[Washington, D.C. The four condemned conspirators (Mrs. Surratt, Payne, Herold, Atzerodt), with officers and others on the scaffold; guards on the wall]
17[Washington Navy Yard, D.C. Samuel Arnold, a conspirator]
18[Washington Navy Yard, D.C. Edman Spangler, a "conspirator," manacled]
19[Washington Navy Yard, D.C. George A. Atzerodt, a conspirator]
20[Washington Navy Yard, D.C. Michael O'Laughlin, a conspirator, manacled]