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lewis thornton powell photographed by alexander gardner, april 1865.

Washington Navy Yard, District of Columbia. Lewis Payne, one of Lincoln's assassination conspirators in sweater, seated and manacled. Photographed on large format glass wet plate collodion by Alexande

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Alexander Gardner (Lewis Powell, o Lewis Payne)

Lewis Powell - one of the Lincoln conspirators. He was hung w/ 3 others in the first ever photographed public execution. The BW image of him is pretty well known in photo history circles but this colorized version is blowing me away right now! I've looked at the BW for so long that it is just so strange seeing it looking so modern. He is literally awaiting his hanging in this image.

Lewis Powell - one of the Lincoln conspirators. He was hung w/ 3 others in the first ever photographed public execution. The BW image of him is pretty well known in photo history circles. He is literally awaiting his hanging in this image.

Lewis Powell, Lincoln Assassination Conspirtor

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Lewis Payne is seen bound in wrist irons aboard a U.hanged in 1865 aged 21 (bit of a hottie it must be said).

Samuel Arnold, Lincoln Assassination Conspirator by Alexander Gardner

Samuel Arnold, convicted in a (failed) plot to kidnap Lincoln and hold him in an exchange for Confederate prisoners, photographed here in the same roundup as Lewis Powell. While Powell was executed.

A handcuffed and angry-looking Lewis Payne, also known as Lewis Powell, after his arrest as an associate of John Wilkes Booth in the Lincoln assassination plot. He attacked Secretary of State William H. Seward but did not complete the murder. 1865. (Army)

Lewis Thornton Powell (aka Lewis Paine or Lewis Payne) arrested as an associate of John Wilkes Booth in the Lincoln assassination plot. He attacked Secretary of State William H. Seward but did not complete the murder. He was executed by hanging on July

An account of the first doctor to reach Abraham Lincoln after he was shot at Ford's Theater, has been discovered in the US National Archives.

Account of doctor who treated Abraham Lincoln after he was shot found

An account of the first doctor to reach Abraham Lincoln after he was shot in a Washington theatre, has been discovered in the US National Archives.

Many Horses, a Teton Lakota, photographed in 1872 by Alexander Gardner  Courtesy Smithsonian Institution, National Anthropological Archives

[CasaGiardino] ♛ Many Horses, a Teton Lakota, photographed in 1872 by Alexander Gardner Courtesy Smithsonian Institution, National Anthropological Archives

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