Written, Produced and Directed by
Director of Photography
Music Composed by
Voice of John Wilkes Booth
Sound Edited & Mixed by
Jung Hoon Lee
Historical Recreations Coordinator
Additional Set Dressing
Assistant Special Effects
Hair & Makeup
John Wilkes Booth
Guy W. Gane III
Young John Wilkes Booth
Union Cavalry Officers
Michael E. Brown
Amos Lee Beiler
Clement R. Smith
Scott E. Zeiss
Lincoln Coffin Courtesy of Batesville Casket Company
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division
Harvard Theatre Collection, Houghton Library
National Archives and Records Administration
Collection of Lincoln Financial Foundation, Fort Wayne, IN
Courtesy of the National Park Service, Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site
Collection of Edward Steers, Jr.
Terry Alford Collection
E.H. Swaim Collection, Georgetown University Library
Harlan Crow Library
Western Reserve Historical Society
Harford County Historical Society
Indiana Historical Society
Historical Society of Washington, D.C.
Courtesy of State Archives of Florida
Courtesy of The Frances Loeb Library, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Alexandria Library, Special Collections, Alexandria, VA
College of Southern Maryland
Collection of Seward House Museum, Auburn, NY
Joseph N. Nathanson Collection of Lincolniana, McGill University Library
The U.S. Army Military History Institute
Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division
Robert N. Dennis Collection, The New York Public Library
Artbeats Digital Film Library
Thought Equity Motion
The Heurich House Museum
The Sparta Volunteer Fire Department
The Ellis Family Farm
Caledon Natural Area
The Byrd Theatre
The Dr. Samuel Mudd House
Virginia Film Office
Lamb’s Creek Church, King George, VA
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Port Royal, VA
The New York Historical Society
2nd US Cavalry Co. A
Hello World Communications
SourceMaker Lighting Balloons
The Museum of the Confederacy
John & Anita Pratt
West Virginia Film Office
John F. Andrews
Edna Green Medford
Marketing and Communications
Associate Producer, New Media
Molly Longstreth Jacobs
Director of New Media
James E. Dunford
An Ark Media production for American Experience
©2009 WGBH Educational Foundation
All rights reserved.
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