President Lincoln greets his friend, Colonel John Williams
Springfield banker John Williams was encouraged by Lincoln to charter
the First National Bank of Springfield. Colonel Williams had been
the Chief Marshal of the great campaign parade of 1860...a 12-mile
long procession. Later in 1865, he served as a pall bearer in Lincoln's
funeral. Some of his descendants still reside in Springfield and
Athens, Illinois. Original owned by Phil Wagner and sold to Williams'
(1 available) 11" x 14" - 25.00