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    Abraham Lincoln: "Crew Cut" Portrait Carte-de-Visite. O-103, taken by Lewis Emory Walker for E. & H. T. Anthony, Washington, D.C., February 1865. Taken by a multiple-lens 4-view camera. The President had his hair cut short prior to the taking of a life mask by Clark Mills. Henry Ward Beecher commented: "The President's hair is cropped so close that is stands almost straight up, giving him a startled look." E. & H. T. Anthony credit, Anthony/Brady back mark with cancelled revenue stamp. Some faint mottling, most apparent in the President's coat. A fine example. From the collection of Dr. Michael Krane.

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    September, 2016
    17th Saturday
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