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[M.F. Keiter forgery]

[M.F. Keiter forgery]

This letter refers to Bishop Milton Wright, the Wright brothers' father. The Bishop's career was threatened when he was wrongly implicated by a layman's misappropriation of church funds. Wilbur came to his defe... More

[M.F. Keiter forgery]

[M.F. Keiter forgery]

This letter refers to Bishop Milton Wright, the Wright brothers' father. The Bishop's career was threatened when he was wrongly implicated by a layman's misappropriation of church funds. Wilbur came to his defe... More

[M.F. Keiter forgery]

[M.F. Keiter forgery]

This letter refers to Bishop Milton Wright, the Wright brothers' father. The Bishop's career was threatened when he was wrongly implicated by a layman's misappropriation of church funds. Wilbur came to his defe... More

[M.F. Keiter forgery]

[M.F. Keiter forgery]

This letter refers to Bishop Milton Wright, the Wright brothers' father. The Bishop's career was threatened when he was wrongly implicated by a layman's misappropriation of church funds. Wilbur came to his defe... More

Steel production. Iron forgery scene. Molten metal running into a ladle from the tapping hole of a blast furnace at a big Eastern steel plant. Republic, Youngstown
Philip S. Justice to John G. Nicolay, Wednesday, January 18, 1865  (Forged Lincoln document; with forgery)
Philip S. Justice to John G. Nicolay, Wednesday, January 18, 1865  (Forged Lincoln document; with forgery)
Philip S. Justice to John G. Nicolay, Wednesday, January 18, 1865  (Forged Lincoln document; with forgery)
Philip S. Justice to John G. Nicolay, Wednesday, January 18, 1865  (Forged Lincoln document; with forgery)
John Bright to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 05, 1864  (Introduction (Forgery); endorsed by John Hay)
John Bright to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 05, 1864  (Introduction (Forgery); endorsed by John Hay)
John Bright to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 05, 1864  (Introduction (Forgery); endorsed by John Hay)
John Bright to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 05, 1864  (Introduction (Forgery))
John Bright to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 05, 1864  (Introduction (Forgery))
John Bright to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 05, 1864  (Introduction (Forgery))
Proclamation. By the United States in Congress assembled : Whereas information has been received from the comptroller of the Treasury, that various certificates of final settlement issued by the commissioner for settling the accounts of the army, to the officers and soldiers of the United States, have been counterfeited by some fraudulent and wicked persons ...

Proclamation. By the United States in Congress assembled : Whereas inf...

Offering a reward of five hundred dollars for the arrest and conviction of persons guilty of forgery of certificates. Signed and dated: Done at New-York, this second day of February, in the year of our Lord, on... More

Proclamation. By the United States in Congress assembled : Whereas information has been received from the comptroller of the Treasury, that various certificates of final settlement issued by the commissioner for settling the accounts of the army, to the officers and soldiers of the United States, have been counterfeited by some fraudulent and wicked persons ...

Proclamation. By the United States in Congress assembled : Whereas inf...

Offering a reward of five hundred dollars for the arrest and conviction of persons guilty of forgery of certificates. Signed and dated: Done at New-York, this second day of February, in the year of our Lord, on... More

Forgery by Joseph Cosey of a manuscript document purportedly signed by Abraham Lincoln, and dated December 1, 1858.

Forgery by Joseph Cosey of a manuscript document purportedly signed by...

Plea of trespass and replevin supposedly filed by Abraham Lincoln as attorney for the plaintiff in the Circuit Court of McLean County, Illinois.

Forgery by Joseph Cosey of a manuscript document purportedly signed by Abraham Lincoln, and dated December 1, 1858.

Forgery by Joseph Cosey of a manuscript document purportedly signed by...

Plea of trespass and replevin supposedly filed by Abraham Lincoln as attorney for the plaintiff in the Circuit Court of McLean County, Illinois.

Abraham Lincoln [Forgery?] to Philip Kearny, Wednesday, October 02, 1861  (Interview; endorsed by Kearny)
Abraham Lincoln [Forgery?] to Philip Kearny, Wednesday, October 02, 1861  (Interview; endorsed by Kearny)