Too bad he tried to kill someone. He's hot!!  Lewis Powell by Alexander Gardner 1865

Too bad he tried to kill someone. He's hot!! Lewis Powell by Alexander Gardner 1865

A captivating colorized photograph of Abraham Lincoln assassination conspirator Lewis Thornton Powell, in custody aboard the USS Saugus. Photographed by Alexander Gardner, 1865.  By his handsomeness and the modernity of his looks, it’s unbelievable that this photo was taken about 150 years ago! Goes to show, the world was not always black and white.   via reddit  My mothers maiden name is Powell, I wonder if he is a relative?

A captivating colorized photograph of Abraham Lincoln assassination conspirator Lewis Thornton Powell, in custody aboard the USS Saugus. Photographed by Alexander Gardner, 1865. By his handsomeness and the modernity of his looks, it’s unbelievable that this photo was taken about 150 years ago! Goes to show, the world was not always black and white. via reddit My mothers maiden name is Powell, I wonder if he is a relative?

Lewis Payne in custody at the Washington Navy Yard-1865  WOW Lewis Thornton Powell (1844 - 1865) aka Lewis Payne, one of four people sentenced to hang for conspiracy to assassinate Lincoln

Lewis Payne in custody at the Washington Navy Yard-1865 WOW Lewis Thornton Powell (1844 - 1865) aka Lewis Payne, one of four people sentenced to hang for conspiracy to assassinate Lincoln

Lewis Powell the guy who attempted to assassinate US Secretary of State William H. Seward on April 14 1865.

Lewis Powell the guy who attempted to assassinate US Secretary of State William H. Seward on April 14 1865.

A rare photograph of William Seward showing his scarred face after the attack by Lewis Powell

A rare photograph of William Seward showing his scarred face after the attack by Lewis Powell

Lewis Powell, Lincoln Assassination Conspirtor

The Most Amazing Colorized Black and White Photos

Lincoln's Last Night  John Wilkes Booth’s assassination of President Lincoln was actually one of three elements in the planned attack on April 14, 1865. One of Booth’s co-conspirators, Lewis Powell, assaulted the home of Secretary of State William Seward with a pistol and a silver Bowie knife.

Lincoln's Last Night John Wilkes Booth’s assassination of President Lincoln was actually one of three elements in the planned attack on April 14, 1865. One of Booth’s co-conspirators, Lewis Powell, assaulted the home of Secretary of State William Seward with a pistol and a silver Bowie knife.

Lewis Powell (1865)

Lewis Powell (1865)

Written in 1971 to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Lewis Powell Memo was a blueprint for corporate domination of American Democracy.

The Lewis Powell Memo: A Corporate Blueprint to Dominate Democracy

Written in 1971 to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Lewis Powell Memo was a blueprint for corporate domination of American Democracy.

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