Abraham Lincoln's Assassination, 1865. Stereoview photograph of Presidential Balcony Box at Ford's Theatre where John Wilkes Booth committed the murder. Photo taken 2 days after the assassination with the Box remaining exactly as it appeared after Booth's leap to the stage below. The assassin's spur caught either the picture of George Washington seen between the two boxes or the American Flag that was draped as bunting below the opening of the Presidential Box (note torn piece of flag). *s*
The East Front. No date, but buggies are the only wheeled vehicles in the picture. The House chamber is on the left side; the Senate, on the right. Horatio Greenough's statue of George Washington is visible near the center of the photo, partially obscured by trees; the statue was transferred to the Smithsonian in 1908.
34. This picture of George Washington is in the U.S Capitol, and it's called 'The Apotheosis of George Washington'. Apotheosis means deification, becoming a god, and this is very clearly depicted in the painting by by Greek-Italian artist Constantino Brumidi in 1865 and visible through the oculus of the dome in the rotunda of the United States Capitol Building.
Conrad Heyer, this picture was taken circa 1852. He was approximately 103 when photographed, having been born in 1749. He was reportedly the first white child born in Waldoboro, Maine, then a German immigrant community. He served in the Continental Army under George Washington during the Revolutionary War, crossing the Delaware with him and fighting in other major battles.