Wallpaper fragment from Ford's Theatre, removed after President Lincoln was assasinated. "President Lincoln's head rested on this wall paper [sic] which covered his box at Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C. night of assassination, April 14, 1865." [Signed]

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Wallpaper fragment from Ford's Theatre, removed after President Lincoln was assasinated. "President Lincoln's head rested on this wall paper [sic] which covered his box at Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C. night of assassination, April 14, 1865." [Signed]

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Title:  

Wallpaper fragment from Ford's Theatre, removed after President Lincoln was assasinated. "President Lincoln's head rested on this wall paper [sic] which covered his box at Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C. night of assassination, April 14, 1865." [Signed]
Date:
Removed April 14, 1865
Creator:
Unknown
Publisher/Studio:
Unknown

Physical Description: 

Wallpaper, mounted; 16cm. With mount: 13.09cm x 15.66cm; Wallpaper fragment: 6.81cm x 8.31cm.

Location:
201 West Monument Street,Maryland,Baltimore,21201
Identifier:
MS 2125

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