• Creator
  • Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
  • Created Date
  • 06/06/03
  • Description
  • Page 414 of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper for Nov. 17, 1860. Top left three columns (of four) contain drawing of Lincoln Home from southwest corner. Titled, "The Residence of Abraham Lincoln, President-elect of the United States, at Springfield, Illinois - see Page 411." Image: most shutters are closed over windows of house; a couple and a lady walk by; two boys sit on the curb; another boy has his arm around a young tree in front of th... more
    Page 414 of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper for Nov. 17, 1860. Top left three columns (of four) contain drawing of Lincoln Home from southwest corner. Titled, "The Residence of Abraham Lincoln, President-elect of the United States, at Springfield, Illinois - see Page 411." Image: most shutters are closed over windows of house; a couple and a lady walk by; two boys sit on the curb; another boy has his arm around a young tree in front of the Home; ads appear on the rest of the page. L 15 7/8" x W 10 7/8". This image gives a good idea of the appearance of the Lincoln Home in 1860, as well as providing information on historical methods of communication. American Communities in History; Antebellum Society and the Civil War; How we learn about communities. 16 History. less
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