Overall: 8 x 12 x 1/4 in. ( 20.3 x 30.5 x 0.6 cm )
Gray porcelain tile with black-and-white transfer-printed image (possibly some sort of photographic reproduction) of the steam locomotive "Constitution" with inscription.
Bequest of Hilda R. Williamson
printed: on surface of tile; "CONSTITUTION - 1860/ The Constitution, one of the wood-burning locomotives that served in the funeral cortege of Abraham Lincoln,/ was well known to the many thousands of observers along the route of the Hudson River Rail Road in the 1860s./ Copywrite 1938, New York Central Railroad Company."
The locomotive "Constitution," was part of the Hudson River Railroad and was used in the funeral cortege of Abraham Lincoln.
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