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Plaque: Donation of the Billie Trimble Chandler Collection of oil paintings to Del Mar College
Birthplace of Abraham Lincoln Hodgenville, KY 1809
"I Want to Be a Lawyer When I Grow Up" Little Abe, 1813
The Lincoln's Move to Indiana From Kentucky, 1816
Lincoln's Build a Half-faced Cabin, 1816
Lincoln's New Home in Indiana, Log Cabin at 7 yrs old, 1816
Lincoln Attended a Log Cabin School, 1817
Young Lincoln in Schoolhouse
Young Abraham Lincoln and Sister Greet New Step-mother, 1819
Young Lincoln with Parents, no date
The Boy Lincoln, 1822
Lincoln Studied by Firelight in Indiana, 1824
Lincoln Working on the River, 1827
Lincoln at Gentryville Store, 1828
Lincoln's Family Moved to Decatur, Illinois, 1830
Lincoln's Boat Jams Rutledge Dam, New Salem Illinois, 1831
Lincoln Gets a Goose, no date
Lincoln the Log Splitter, 19 yrs old, 1828
Lincoln Proves his Strength to Village Gang, New Salem, Illinois, Spring 1832
Lincoln the Captain: Black Hawk War, New Salem, Illinois, 1832
Lincoln the Storekeeper, New Salem, Illinois
Lincoln the Legislator, 1834
Lincoln the Surveyor, New Salem, Illinois, 1833-1836
Lincoln the Postmaster, New Salem, Illinois, 1833-1836
Lincoln at a Barn Dance, no date
Lincoln's First Romance: Ann Rutledge, 1835
Lincoln Met Mary Todd, 1836
Lincoln the Lawyer; Jack Armstrong Tried for Murder, no date
Abraham Lincoln, February 14, 1844
Lincoln the Lawyer, 1850
Lincoln-Douglass Debates, 1858
Lincoln Rides the Circuit, 1849-1860
Lincoln: A Great Father, no date
Lincoln Portrait
Abraham Lincoln, October 4, 1859
Lincoln's Home in Springfield, Illinois, no date
Lincoln's Nomination for President of the United States, Springfield, Illinois, May 19, 1860
President Lincoln's Departure to Washington, D.C., February, 11, 1861
President Elect Lincoln's Arrival at Washington, D.C., 1861
President Lincoln's Inaugural Address, March 4, 1861
Lincoln Visits Southern Plantation, no date
Lincoln Visits the Tobacco Plantation, no date
Lincol's Family
Lincoln Met with his Cabinet to Read Emancipation Proclamation, 1862
President Abraham Lincoln's Family
President Lincoln Visits Mc Clernand Field Headquarters, Frederick, M.D., no date
Mistress of the White House, Mary Todd Lincoln, 1861-1865
Lincoln's Favorite Portrait, 1862
Lincoln Issued Emancipation Proclamation, 1863
Lincoln's Visit to General Grant Potomac River, October 1862
Lincoln Visits the Hospital, 1863
President & Mrs. Lincoln's Reception White House; Gen. Grant arrives, March 8, 1864
President Abraham Lincoln Delivering his Gettysburg Address, Washington D.C.
Gettysburg Address, November 19, 1863
Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address, March 4, 1865
President Abraham Lincoln 4 days Before His Death, no date
Lincoln's Assassination, Ford Theatre, Washington D.C., April 14, 1865
John Wilkes Booth Murders President Abraham Lincoln, April 14, 1865 at 7:00 pm
Lincoln's Death Bed Watch, Died: April 15, 1865 @ 7:22 am
Lincoln's Death Train, no date
The Great Emancipator Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C., no date
Lincoln Memorial in West Potomac Park, Washington D.C., no date
President Abraham Lincoln Proclamation Issued Freeing Slaves, 1863
Young Lincoln the Willing Helper
Sarah and Abe Meet Their New Stepmother Sara Rush Lincoln, September 1819
Lincoln Visits Slave Market, 1855
Licoln Visits Slave Auction, 1858
Abraham Lincoln, February 28, 1857
Lincoln and Son Thomas (Tad), no date