Original PhotoLINCOLN, Abraham. Stereograph photo published by Keystone View Company. The original 1865 image was long attributed Mathew Brady and a handwritten note in pencil on verso mentions that attribution, but the image was actually taken by Lewis Emory Walker, a government photographer, about February 1865 and published for him by the E. & H. T. Anthony Co. This rare stereograph (O-104) was Published by Keystone. It is said, that the short haircut was suggested by Lincoln’s barber to facilitate the taking of his life mask by Clark Mills. Lincoln’s eyes are deep and sorrowful; The civil war had taken its toll on him. One pen notation: "No 92" below the image, Keystone bio of Lincoln on verso, with their copyright.