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Series I. Abraham Lincoln [series]:
 
Documents [subseries]:
 
Lincoln, Abraham
Office held : As U.S. Representative from Illinois

Lincoln's patent to lift boats over shoals, written while Lincoln served as a representative in the Illinois legislature. See separated materials below.
Rudin # L-1

  1  
Lincoln, Abraham
Office held : As President
Writer's location : Washington D.C.

General Orders No. 141: Suspension of Habeas Corpus.
Rudin # L-1C

  1  
Lincoln, Abraham
Office held : As President
Writer's location : Washington D.C.

General Orders No. 89: Dishonorable dismissal of Lt. J.M. Garland.
Rudin # L-1B

  1  
Lincoln, Abraham
Office held : As President
Writer's location : Washington D.C.

General Orders No. 252: Order threatening the execution of prisoners.
Rudin # L-1D

  1  
Meade, Gen. George and Ruggles, Gen. George
Writer's location : Headquarters of the Army of the Potomoc

General Orders No. 15 and No. 16: Announcements of Lincoln's death and the details of official mourning ceremonies.
Rudin # L-1A

 
Letters, Envelopes, and Postcards [subseries]:
  1  
Envelope

Envelope advertising the Lincoln-Hamlin campaign of 1860, depicting beardless Lincoln splitting rails.
Rudin # L-4A

  1  
Parks, Samuel C.
Writer's location : Lincoln, Illinois
Addressee : Robert B. Lantham

Letter describing Lincoln's nighttime trip into Washington to avoid assassination after his election. Sent from Lincoln, Ill.
Rudin # L-2B

  1  
"William"
Writer's location : Metropolitan Hotel, Washington D.C.
Addressee : My dear Mother

Letter describing a visit with Lincoln in the Oval Office.
Rudin # L-2

  1  
Envelope

Envelope advertising the Lincoln-Johnson campaign of 1864, with jugate images of candidates in profile.
Rudin # L-4B

  1  
Envelopes

Series of envelopes with political cartoons of Lincoln and Jefferson Davis fighting a boxing match.
Rudin # L-4E

  1  
Postcards

Postcards depicting the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Rudin # L-5

  1  
Postcards

Postcards related to the Gettysburg Address.
Rudin # L-5A

  1  
Envelope

Civil War envelope, depicting a hand-colored image of beardless Lincoln.
Rudin # L-4C

  1  
Envelope

Envelope for 1860 campaign, depicting beardless Lincoln and topped with a liberty cap between flags.
Rudin # L-4D

  1  
Leaming, James
Writer's location : Bridgeton, N.J.
Addressee : Reuben Learning (writer's brother)

Letter discussing the death of Lincoln and what it means to the country. Sent from Bridgeton, N.J.
Rudin # L-2C

  1  
"James"
Addressee : My dear Wife

Letters giving first-hand accounts of events just after Lincoln's assassination.
Rudin # L-2A

  1  
Envelope
Writer's location : Cincinnati, OH
Addressee : James G. Barnwell

Envelope printed with mourning cover and portrait in honor of Lincoln's death.
Rudin # L-4

  1  
Postcards

Postcards related to Lincoln's assassination.
Rudin # L-5B

  1  
Postcards

Postcards depicting busts, statues, and monuments of Lincoln.
Rudin # L-5C

  8  
96 postcards
Postcards of Lincoln, Mary Lincoln, and various scenes.

 
Ribbons, Badges, Medals, and Tokens [subseries]:
  1  
Ribbon

Ribbon advertising the 1860 Lincoln-Hamlin campaign.
Rudin # L-6

  1  
Token and ribbon

Artifacts promoting Lincoln's 1864 campaign.
Rudin # L-6A

  1  
Badge

Badge with Lincoln's portrait promoting his 1864 campaign.
Rudin # L-6B

  21  
Ribbon

Ribbon worn after Lincoln's assassination.
Rudin # L-6C

  1  
Ribbon

Mourning ribbon reading, "In Memoriam - Our Country's Martyr," worn after Lincoln's assassination.
Rudin # L-6D

  1  
Badge

Mourning ribbon reading, "In Memory of Abraham Lincoln - Died April 15, 1865."
Rudin # L-6E

  1  
Ribbon

Mourning ribbon reading, "True in Life, True in Death - Our Country Mourns the Loss of her Best Son."
Rudin # L-6F

  1  
Medal

Medal advertising the Lincoln-Johnson campaign of 1864, with jugate images of candidates in profile.
Rudin # L-7

  1  
Tokens

Campaign tokens advertising Lincoln's 1860 candidacy.
Rudin # L-7A

  8  
Two key chains
Two bicentennial memorial key chains.

 
Songs [subseries]:
  10  
Song sheet

Song sheet printed with lyrics to "Abe Lincoln's Union Wagon," by C. Magnus.
Rudin # L-8

  2  
Songbook

Campaign songbook entitled, "The Wide-Awake Vocalist; or, Rail Splitter's Song Book."
Rudin # L-8C

  2  
Song sheet

Song sheet printed with lyrics to "The Nation Mourns."
Rudin # L-8A

  10  
Song sheet

Song sheet printed with lyrics to "President Lincoln's Funeral March."
Rudin # L-8B

  10  
Song sheet

Song sheet printed with lyrics to "Rest Noble Chieftain - Song on the Death of Abraham Lincoln."
Rudin # L-8D

 
Miscellaneous Objects [subseries]:
  14  
Coins

Lincoln penny from 1909 with sculptor's initials, V.D.B., plus a one-pound bag of assorted Lincoln pennies.
Rudin # L-9

  2  
Ballot

Ballot from the 1860 election.
Rudin # L-10

  2  
Ballot

Ballot from the 1864 election.
Rudin # L-10A

  2  
Carte de Visite

Visiting card with Matthew Brady's photograph of Lincoln later used for the image on the penny.
Rudin # L-10J

  2  
Invitation

Invitation to the Lincoln-Johnson inaugural ball.
Rudin # L-10B

  2  
Order of Funeral Procession

Booklet describing the order and customs for Lincoln's funeral procession.
Rudin # L-10F

  2  
Carte de Visite

Visiting card depicting Lincoln's funeral procession in Philadelphia.
Rudin # L-10G

  2  
Stationary

Stationary with tinted letterhead depicting Lincoln's funeral procession in New York.
Rudin # L-10H

  2  
Stereoview

Stereoview of Ford's Theater in Washington, D.C.
Rudin # L-10D

  2  
Stereoview

Stereoview of the Customs House in Boston, Mass., displaying mourning drape after Lincoln's death.
Rudin # L-
Rudin # L-10E

  18  
Dish

A milk glass souvenir dish with a split-rail pattern.
Rudin # L-10K

  14  
Bust

A profile bust of Lincoln made from macerated pennies.
Rudin # L-10L

  14  
Relief portrait

A relief portrait of Lincoln's profile, set in its original case.
Rudin # L-10M

  21  
Tile

A framed ceramic pottery tile depicting an image of Lincoln.
Rudin # L-10N

  14  
Engraving

A framed wooden engraving of Lincoln's image.
Rudin # L-10P

  15  
Gravy boat

A Staffordshire gravy boat depicting Lincoln delivering the Gettysburg Address.
Rudin # L-10Q

  13  
Broadside

Broadside from Ford's Theater, advertising the show the night Lincoln was shot.
Rudin # L-10C

  12  
Lithograph

Hand-colored lithograph depicting the Lincoln Memorial.

  2  
Stamps
200th anniversary commemorative stamp and coin set.

  2  
Stamps
Etching with 1-cent and 3-cent stamp, 4-cent printed stamp on note card, 2008 commemorative stamp folio sheets, 200th anniversary first day of issue stamps.

  2  
Stamps
1954 envelope with 4-cent stamps, 1940 13th amendment stamp, four 1909 2-cent stamps.

  2  
Stamps
Commemorative envelopes with sheets of 4-cent, 3-cent, and 1-cent stamps

  2  
Stamps
Commemorative envelopes with 4-cent, 5-cent, and 25-cent airmail stamps.

  2  
Stamps

Various Lincoln stamps from St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Marshall Islands, Gabon, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Togo, Liberia, Guinea-Bissau, Democratic Republic of Congo, and 1989 World Stamp Expo.

  8  
Stamp and envelope
Postal-used Lincoln patriotic cover with three-cent stamp.

 
Newspapers [subseries]:
  12  
Harper's Weekly
Coverage of Lincoln's announcement that he will become a presidential candidate.
Rudin # L-3H

  12  
New York Tribune
Coverage of the South's secession from the Union.

  12  
Harper's Weekly
Coverage of the Emancipation Proclamation.
Rudin # L-3E

  21  
National Anti-Slavery Standard
Coverage of compensated emancipation.
Rudin # L-3K

  12  
The New York Times
Coverage of the Emancipation Proclamation.
Rudin # L-3F

  13  
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Coverage of the Emancipation Proclamation and slavery.
Rudin # L-3J

  13  
New York Tribune
Coverage of Lincoln's amnesty proclamation.
Rudin # L-3I

  12  
The New York Times
Coverage of passage of the 13th Amendment.
Rudin # L-3G

  13  
The New York Herald
Reprint of Lincoln assassination coverage.
Rudin # L-3

  12  
The New York Times
Lincoln assassination coverage.
Rudin # L-3A

  12  
The New York Times
Lincoln assassination coverage.
Rudin # L-3B

  12  
Harper's Weekly
Lincoln assassination coverage.
Rudin # L-3D