Stereoscopic, cabinet size photographs of the National President Abraham Lincoln Monument in Springfield, Illinois. A full standing statue of President Lincoln on a pedestal is the central figure. He is flanked by statues of an artillery group and a cavalry group, and a tall stone obelisk rises up behind and above Lincoln. A large ornately designed base with stairs leading up to a platform rounds out this impressive monument to our 16th President. Imprint on the front mount, "Entered by John Carroll Power, in 1883, in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington." Much of the descriptive label on the reverse of the card has been damaged (lifted off) from an old mounting. Wear to the edges of the front of the card mount with some paper lift off, chipping and age toning. 4 1/2 x 7. The images are sharp and clear.