Statue of President Lincoln. (Liberator, Sept 15, 1865, pg 3)
It is nine feet high, and stands on a pedestal ten feet in height, making a total of nineteen feet. The left arm extended in front, and the and grasping a scroll, supposed to be the Emancipation Proclamation. Under the right foot writhes a serpent, and close by it is a broken shackle. An allegorical stump of a tree, from which grow two clasped hands, stands just behind and to the right of the figure.