Washington, DC
In the Alley behind Fords Theater. The large door in the center is behind the stage and the smaller door to my right is where John Wilkes Booth fled after shooting President Lincoln and leaping to the stage. He had a stagehand holding his horse for him here.
2009 Washington, DC trip Presidents Civil War Historic Sites & Battlefields

Smithsonian National Zoological Park Smithsonian National Zoological Park National Archives Union Station
Fort Reno, DC's highest point Frederic Douglas National Historic Site Theodore Roosevelt Monument Ford's Theater
Ford's Theater Fords Theater Stage
Ford's Theater
Fords Theater Alley
Perterson House (where President Lincoln died) Peterson House, where President Lincoln died Surrat Bording House Site of William Seward home where attempted assasination took place the night Lincoln was shot.
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