On The 150th Anniversary Of Lincoln's Death, See Him Like You've Never Seen Him Before

04/14/2015 03:14 pm ET | Updated Apr 15, 2015

April 15, 2015, marks the 150th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln's death.

Lincoln was shot by John Wilkes Booth at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C., on April 14, while taking in a performance of "The American Cousin" with his wife.

Below, stereograph images of Lincoln and the nation's capital after his death 150 years ago:

Stereograph portrait of Abraham Lincoln in 1865. Credit: Library of Congress

The outside of Abraham Lincoln's Springfield, Ill. home is seen draped in funeral decorations during his funeral in 1865. Credit: Library of Congress

Photograph shows a view of Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C. after the death of Abraham Lincoln showing mourning bands draped on columns, and a flag at half staff. A caisson is parked in the foreground. Credit: Library of Congress

President Lincoln's coffin is seen in New York City during his funeral procession. Credit: Library of Congress

Military on Broadway during Abraham Lincoln's funeral procession in New York City. Credit: Library of Congress

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