• Creator
  • Pratt, D.C
  • Created Date
  • 06/17/03
  • Description
  • Black and white photograph of the Lincoln Home made from glass plate negative. Photo showing on man and two children standing at south corner of house, and one person sitting on steps. Photograph is oval mounted on rectangular paper backing. Gold rings surround picture. "D.C. Pratt Photographic Artist, Aurora, Illinois" embossed on back. Photo probably taken from a neighbor's roof to get angle. L 10" x W 8". Lincoln's home became a popular tou... more
    Black and white photograph of the Lincoln Home made from glass plate negative. Photo showing on man and two children standing at south corner of house, and one person sitting on steps. Photograph is oval mounted on rectangular paper backing. Gold rings surround picture. "D.C. Pratt Photographic Artist, Aurora, Illinois" embossed on back. Photo probably taken from a neighbor's roof to get angle. L 10" x W 8". Lincoln's home became a popular tourist attraction once he ran for the Presidency. After his assassination, the home became a major tourist attraction that continues to receive over 400,000 visitors yearly. American Communities in History; Antebellum Society and the Civil War; How we learn about communities. 16 History; 25-27 Fine Arts. less
  • Format
  • 6827.jpg