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    Abraham Lincoln: Assassination Newspapers and More. Group of ten newspapers, all but one issued in Washington, D.C. The Washington papers all date from April 15-23, 1865, covering the assassination and funeral observances for President Lincoln. Condition ranges from poor to good. The list includes: 1) "Daily Chronicle" for April 15, 1865 (fair condition, damp stains, edge roughness, loss to vertical fold). 2) "Daily Morning Chronicle" for April 16, 1865 (good condition, wear/loss at folds). 3) "Evening Star" for April 15, 1865 (fair-to-good condition, edge roughness). 4) "Evening Star" for April 17, 1865 (good condition). 5) "Evening Star" for April 20, 1865 (fair-to-good condition). 6) "Evening Star" for April 21, 1865 (good condition). 7) "Evening Star" for April 22, 1865 (poor condition). 8) "Daily Morning Chronicle" for April 19, 1865 (poor condition, roughness, loss at vertical fold). 9) "Sunday Morning Chronicle" for April 23, 1865 with woodcut portrait of Lincoln on front page (fair condition, loss at vertical fold). 10) "New York Tribune" for April 2, 1861 (fair condition, roughness, creases and folds).

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    September, 2016
    17th Saturday
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