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[Willie and Tad Lincoln, sons of President Abraham Lincoln, with their cousin Lockwood Todd] / Brady.

[Willie and Tad Lincoln, sons of President Abraham Lincoln, with their cousin Lockwood Todd] / Brady.

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Photograph shows Willie Lincoln (left), who died Feb. 20, 1862, age eleven, and his younger brother Tad (Thomas), posed with their mother's nephew, Lockwood Todd, in Mathew Brady's studio in Washington, D.C.
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Notation on verso: "Willie & 'Tad,' sons of President Lincoln." Also: "Lockwood Todd."
Published in: Lincoln's photographs: a complete album / by Lloyd Ostendorf. Dayton, OH: Rockywood Press, 1998, p. 304.
Exhibited: "The Civil War in America" at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 2012-2013.
Accessions box no. DLC/PP - 1972:018





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