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Lecture: "Unveiling a Rare Image of Abraham Lincoln's First Inaugural," 01/12/2017
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Lecture: "Unveiling a Rare Image of Abraham Lincoln's First Inaugural," 01/12/2017
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Lecture: "Unveiling a Rare Image of Abraham Lincoln's First Inaugural," 01/12/2017
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01/12/2017
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View across the Zuckert Seminar Room on the lower level of the Walker Art Building on January 12, 2017 during the unveiling of a rare photograph of Abraham Lincoln's first inaugural, which took place on March 04, 1861. The Museum recently acquired this photograph, attributed to Alexander Gardner (1821-1882) and considered important in both the history of photography and of the nation itself. Frank Goodyear (standing), co-director of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, and Patrick Rael, professor of history, spoke about the photograph and the event that it captured.
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2017-01-25T12:00:00+00:00
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Bowdoin College Museum of Art - Office of the Assistant Director for Communications
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