Anaglyph views of Lincoln's funeral procession in Philadelphia, April 22, 1865


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I have the book "Lincoln in 3-D" which came out in 2010 and the book has about 100 of these images along with text for each pic.the book even comes with 3-D glasses.you can't look at for more then 15 minutes at a time as it starts to give you a headache,but the pics are really cool.
 
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One photo that is in the book is the famous photo of the Lincoln conspirators hanging from the scaffold in 3-D which is kind of different because it looks like they are swinging in the photo.
 

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Notice in the middle photo the banner recruiting for Maj. Gen. Winfield Hancock's Army Corps for veteran volunteers only. This was an attempt to attract veteran soldiers back into the ranks by promising them a distinctive uniform and the opportunity to serve under a liked and proven commander. The end of the war and Hancock's questionable health doomed the prospect though.
 

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