William O. Stoddard (1835-1925)

Both of these images are of William O. Stoddard who was one of President Lincoln's three private secretaries (1861-64). Lincoln liked "Stod" and took him along on visits to Secretary of State Seward and General McClellan. Lincoln later appointed him U.S. Marshal in Arkansas. Stoddard was a prolific writer, the author of many children's books and several books on Lincoln and the White House. These two prints were framed together by the photograph collector Frederick Hill Meserve for his daugher Dorothy Meserve Kunhardt.

Date:
1864 circa 5 years
Original Format:
Photographic Print
Item#:
MES20669
Photographer:
Mathew Brady
Height:
2365px
Width:
1563px
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