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L039.jpg (804369 bytes)LINCOLN ASSASINATION - CIVIL WAR. New York Semi Weekly Tribune. May 9. 1865. 8pp complete. 20 ˝ x 15 ˝” . Black mourning column lines. Numerous articles concerning the aftermath of the Lincoln assassination and the end of the war. Several Lincoln related pieces, including a front page 3/4 column report of the “The Closing Scenes at Springfield..”, and how the assassination (and Lee’s Surrender) was viewed in Europe. Overall VG, small archivally repaired tears along left margins. (L.39); $75. 

 

 

 


L069.jpg (965463 bytes)LINCOLN - ASSASSINATION REPORTS.ORIG NEWSPAPER APRIL 19.  The Lowell Daily Courier. Tuesday, April 19, 1865. 23" x 16". 4pp, published daily at Lowell Mass. Most of the paper is devoted to advertising, page 2 is divided into national news and county and city news. The news concerning the  Lincoln's assassination is reported, a printed Memeorial Hymn , reports of  raising the flag at Ft. Sumter, etc. From bound volume exhibiting the typical stitching marks along spine, overall VG-Fine. (L.69) $65.


L090.jpg (849070 bytes)LINCOLN - NEWSPAPER -SENTENCING OF THE CONSPIRATORS . The Lowell Daily Courier. Friday. July 7, 1865. 23" x 16". 4pp, published daily at Lowell Mass. Most of the paper is devoted to advertising, page 2 is divided into national news and county and city news. Reports of the sentencing of the conspirators, other post war news. (L.90); $65.00 


L064.jpg (931190 bytes)LINCOLN -THE EXECUTION OF THE CONSPIRATORS, 7-8-65 . The Lowell Daily Courier. Saturday, July 8, 1865.. 23" x 16". 4pp, published daily at Lowell Mass. Most of the paper is devoted to advertising, page 2 is divided into national news and county and city news. 1 1/4 column detailed account of the hanging of the conspirators. From bound volume, shows some minor irregularities and splits along spine. (L.64)  $75.00


L073.jpg (1158898 bytes)LINCOLN - FUNERAL LEAVES WASHINGTON- EULOGY AT LOWELL 4-22-65 . The Lowell Daily Courier. Saturday, April 22, 1865. 23" x 16". 4pp, published daily at Lowell Mass. Most of the paper is devoted to advertising, page 2 is divided into national news and county and city news. 3 columns devoted to George Boutwell's Eulogy at Lowell. From bound volume, shows some minor irregularities and splits along spine.From bound volume, some slight irregularities along spine.  (L.73)  $35.00 


L086.jpg (694097 bytes)LINCOLN -PRES. JOHNSON ; REWARD FOR BOOTH 4-21-65 . The Lowell Daily Courier. Friday, April 21 , 1865.. 23" x 16". 4pp, published daily at Lowell Mass. Most of the paper is devoted to advertising, page 2 is divided into national news and county and city news. 1 3/4 columns "Sentiments of President Johnson", along with small notice for the governments rewards for Booth.  From bound volume, shows some minor irregularities and splits along spine. (L.86)  $45.00


L065.jpg (855775 bytes)LINCOLN - TRIAL OF CONSPIRATORS- 5-16-65 . The Lowell Daily Courier. Tuesday, May 16, 1865. 23" x 16". 4pp, published daily at Lowell Mass. Most of the paper is devoted to advertising, page 2 is divided into national news and county and city news. The trial of the conspirators along with various aspects in the aftermath of Lincoln's assassination is reported. From bound volume exhibiting the typical stitching marks along spine, a bit of separation along fold line, o/w VG (L65);.$35.


L066.jpg (869916 bytes)LINCOLN’S 2ND INAUGURATION. Springfield Daily Republican (Springfield, Massachusetts)- March 6, 1865- “THE INAUGURATION” Page #2 devotes a full column to details of the special day, Lincoln’s activities, the ceremony and the text of Lincoln’s famous speech which ends “...WITH MALICE TOWARDS NO ONE, WITH CHARITY FOR ALL, WITH FIRMNESS IN THE RIGHT, AS GOD GIVES US TO SEE THE RIGHT, LET US STRIVE ON TO FINISH THE WORK WE ARE IN, TO BIND UP THE NATION’S WOUND...” This 2nd inaugural speech sets the tone for the President’s Reconstruction plans, which he was never able to implement. Archival tape repaired tears, irregular spine, from disbound volume. (L66) $100.00


L092.jpg (89813 bytes)LINCOLN -CIVIL WAR. Burial of President Lincoln. Oak Ridge Cemetery. New York Semi Weekly Tribune. May 12. 1865. 8pp complete. 20 1/2x15 ˝” . Black mourning column lines. Numerous articles concerning the aftermath of the Lincoln assassination and the end of the war. Several Lincoln related pieces, including a page 4 one column report of the "Burial of President Lincoln. Oak Ridge Cemetery The Vault..", and also a one column report of the trial of the assassins. Much of the remaining report deal with post war activities, including the surrender of the forces under Dick Taylor, Sherman's army returning home, and different executive orders regarding the Confederate status.. Overall VG-F condition, from bound volume orig. fold lines. (L.92);$95.


L091.jpg (116079 bytes)LINCOLN -CIVIL WAR. Funeral Procession near Columbus. New York Semi Weekly Tribune. May 5. 1865. 8pp complete. 20 1/2x15 ˝” . Black mourning column lines. Numerous articles concerning the aftermath of the Lincoln assassination and the end of the war. Several Lincoln related pieces, including detailed report of the funeral procession from Columbus to Illinois. Also contains report of the capture of Booth.  Overall VG-F condition, from bound volume orig. fold lines. (L.91);$125.


L093.jpg (114959 bytes)LINCOLN -CIVIL WAR. The Hanging of the Assassins.  New York Semi Weekly Tribune. Tuesday, Jul 11,. 1865. 8pp complete. 20 1/2x15 ˝” . Contains lengthy page 8 report with the head " THE END OF THE ASSASSINS". Numerous articles regarding the execution, along with several post war news.   Overall Fine condition, from bound volume orig. fold lines. (L.93);$95.


L094.jpg (124159 bytes)LINCOLN -CIVIL WAR. The Hanging of the Assassins.  New York Semi Weekly Tribune. Tuesday, Jul 7,. 1865. 8pp complete. 20 1/2x15 ˝” . Contains lengthy page 8 report regarding the present day of the execution, with the head " THE FATE OF THE  ASSASSINS". Also includes  several post war news articles.   Overall Fine condition, from bound volume orig. fold lines. (L.94);$95.y

 

 

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