New York: J. Brill, 1865. 2-3/8" x 3-7/8," illustration of a despairing Jefferson Davis, now a prisoner in handcuffs standing in the middle of his small cell. Mrs. Davis's dress and crinoline, in which he was allegedly captured, hangs on a wall in his prison cell. A stool and a pitcher are by his bed. A chain for shackling is on another wall. The verso is blank. Very Good with light wear.
Not located on OCLC as of January 2023. Item #39061

Price: $500.00

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