President Lincoln’s Horse Old Robin
Photograph shows, Rev. Henry Brown, with Abraham Lincoln’s horse on the day of Lincoln’s funeral. 
Mr Brown was a minister and an occasional handyman for the family, he led Lincoln’s favorite horse Robin — also known as “Old Bob” — behind the president’s coffin. Old Bob’s stirrups held a pair of Lincoln’s boots turned backward.
F.W. Ingmire, photographic artist, City Gallery, West Side of Public Square, Springfield, Ill.
Creator(s): Ingmire, F. W., 1822-1876, photographer 
Date Created/Published: [Springfield, Ill. : s.n., 1865]
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 

President Lincoln’s Horse Old Robin

Photograph shows, Rev. Henry Brown, with Abraham Lincoln’s horse on the day of Lincoln’s funeral.

Mr Brown was a minister and an occasional handyman for the family, he led Lincoln’s favorite horse Robin — also known as “Old Bob” — behind the president’s coffin. Old Bob’s stirrups held a pair of Lincoln’s boots turned backward.

F.W. Ingmire, photographic artist, City Gallery, West Side of Public Square, Springfield, Ill.

  • Creator(s): Ingmire, F. W., 1822-1876, photographer
  • Date Created/Published: [Springfield, Ill. : s.n., 1865]
  • Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540