Abraham Lincoln, portrayed by impersonator Steve Wood, regaled a full house at the Concord Museum on Monday in honor of President's Day. Wood offered a first-person interpretation of Lincoln's early life, the Civil War, and the Emancipation Proclamation. He ended with the Gettysburg Address during his appearance in Concord.
Globe Staff Photo/Jim Davis
Ted Gartland, a dayside photo editor at the Globe, has been taking pictures in Greater Boston since 1971. Each weekday, he highlights an outtake that did not appear in the morning paper. To view the work of more Globe photographers, click here. To watch Gartland's weekly segment on NECN, click here.
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