This undated photo of a document from the National Archives provided June 5, 2012 by the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum in Springfield, Ill., shows the last page of an original copy of a 21-page clinical report by Dr. Charles A. Leale, who was the first doctor to treat President Abraham Lincoln after he was shot at a Washington theater on the night of April 14, 1865. The report is not in Leale's hand, but is a "true copy" written in the neat and legible hand of a clerk. It was found by a researcher for the Papers of Abraham Lincoln Project, which is dedicated to finding and saving all documents written by or about the 16th president during his lifetime. (AP Photo/Photo of a National Archives document via the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum)

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This undated photo of a document from the National Archives provided June 5, 2012 by the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum in Springfield, Ill., shows the last page of an original copy of a 21-page clinical report by Dr. Charles A. Leale, who was the first doctor to treat President Abraham Lincoln after he was shot at a Washington theater on the night of April 14, 1865. The report is not in Leale's hand, but is a "true copy" written in the neat and legible hand of a clerk. It was found by a researcher for the Papers of Abraham Lincoln Project, which is dedicated to finding and saving all documents written by or about the 16th president during his lifetime. (AP Photo/Photo of a National Archives document via the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum)
This undated photo of a document from the National Archives provided June 5, 2012 by the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum in Springfield, Ill., shows the last page of an original copy of a 21-page clinical report by Dr. Charles A. Leale, who was the first doctor to treat President Abraham Lincoln after he was shot at a Washington theater on the night of April 14, 1865. The report is not in Leale's hand, but is a "true copy" written in the neat and legible hand of a clerk. It was found by a researcher for the Papers of Abraham Lincoln Project, which is dedicated to finding and saving all documents written by or about the 16th president during his lifetime. (AP Photo/Photo of a National Archives document via the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum)
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