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Murder at Ford's Theatre : a capital crimes novel by Truman, Margaret, 1924-2008
DDC/LCC
  2667 28 2002 2003
Backstage at the Lincoln assassination : the untold story of the actors and stagehands at Ford's Theatre by Bogar, Thomas A., 1948-
DDC/LCC
  648 10 2013 2013
The Lincoln Museum and the house where Lincoln died by McClure, Stanley W. (Stanley William), 1905-1996
DDC/LCC
  500 4 1949 1949
Restoration of Ford's Theatre, Washington D.C by Olszewski, George J.
DDC/LCC
  445 2 1963 1963
Ford's Theatre and the house where Lincoln died by McClure, Stanley W. (Stanley William), 1905-1996
DDC/LCC
  335 6 1969 1984
Murder at Ford's Theatre by Truman, Margaret, 1924-2008
DDC/LCC
  279 17 2002 2014
The Lincoln Museum and the house where Lincoln died, Washington, D.C by McClure, Stanley W. (Stanley William), 1905-1996
DDC/LCC
  177 6 1949 1960
Murder at Ford's Theatre : a capital crimes novel by Truman, Margaret, 1924-2008
DDC/LCC
  152 9 2002 2003
Ford's Theatre and the house where Lincoln died : official park guide : Ford's Theatre National Historic Site, Washington, D.C
DDC/LCC
  115 2 1988 1988
Backstage at the Lincoln assassination : the untold story of the actors and stagehands at Ford's Theatre by Bogar, Thomas A., 1948-
DDC/LCC
  92 11 2013 2015
Our leading lady by Busch, Charles
DDC/LCC
  90 1 2007 2007
The Lincoln Museum and the House Where Lincoln Died, Washington, D.C by McClure, Stanley W. (Stanley William), 1905-1996
DDC/LCC
  68 28 1946 1969
The Ford Theatre Lincoln assassination play-bills : a study by Brenner, Walter C.
DDC/LCC
  47 5 1937 1980
Ford's Theatre and the Lincoln assassination by Grieve, Victoria, 1972-
DDC/LCC
  45 4 2001 2015
The assassination of Abraham Lincoln by Fowler, Robert H.
DDC/LCC
  42 6 1965 1987
Ford's theatre and the house where Lincoln died : Washington, D.C
DDC/LCC
  31 1 1969 1969
Restoration of Ford's Theatre, Washington D.C by Olszewski, George J.
DDC/LCC
  31 1 1963 1963
National Lincoln Museum and Veterans' Headquarters : hearings before the United States House Committee on the District of Columbia, Subcommittee on Judiciary, Seventy-First Congress, second session, on Mar. 17, 1930 by United States. Congress. House. Committee on the District of Columbia. Subcommittee on Judiciary and Education
LCC
  13 2 1930 1930
Ford's Theatre : the house where Lincoln died
DDC/LCC
  13 1 1967 1967
Lincoln Museum and the house where Lincoln died by United States. National Park Service
LCC
  12 1 1947 1947
Lincoln museum and the house where Lincoln died by United States. National Park Service
LCC
  12 3 1947 1953
Accounts of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Surnames beginning with A-E by Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection
LCC
  12 8 1865 1909
Lincoln Museum and the house where Lincoln died
LCC
  11 1 1945 1945
A Lincoln evening; : [program for the reopening performance at Ford's Theatre, Tuesday evening, the thirtieth of January nineteen hundred and sixty-eight, Washington, D.C.] by United States. National Park Service
DDC/LCC
  11 3 1968 1968
Historical and architectural features significant in the restoration or partial restoration of Ford's Theater by McClure, Stanley W. (Stanley William), 1905-1996
LCC
  11 3 1956 1956
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