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Earliest known daguerreotype of Mary Todd Lincoln; taken c.1846 by Nicholas H. Shepherd
Photograph of Mary Todd Lincoln taken by Mathew Brady in January 1862
Fall of 1863 photograph of Mary Todd Lincoln; published by E. & H. T. Anthony Company in 1865
1861 photograph of Mary Todd Lincoln taken by Mathew B. Brady
Photo of Mary Todd Lincoln taken by Mathew B. Brady in 1862
1862 Mathew Brady photo of Mary Todd Lincoln
Last known photograph of Mary Todd Lincoln; possibly taken by William Mumler in 1872
Photo taken when a group of Native Americans visited the White House; Mary Todd Lincoln is at far right
Head and shoulder vignette of Mary; possibly taken by William H. Mumler in 1861
Photo of Mary Todd Lincoln probably taken in 1864 by Wenderoth and Taylor
Mary Todd Lincoln photograph taken c.1869 by an unknown photographer
1861 photo of Mary Todd Lincoln taken by Mathew B. Brady
   
Mary Todd Lincoln with sons Willie (left) and Tad. The photo was taken in late 1860. (Illinois State Historical Library)
Mathew B. Brady photo of Mary Todd Lincoln (1862)

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