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Illinois State Journal: April 26, 1865

by (LINCOLN ASSASSINATION)

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Springfield: Baker & Phillips, April 26, 1865 (Vol. XVII, No. 269). Large folio. (4pp). Black mourning borders. Very good. Minor soiling and minor wear along some original folds, but no binding traces and remarkably few edge tears. Further news on the route of Lincoln's body en route to Springfield via a special funeral train, plus more surrender details, etc. An attractive copy.


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