Medal celebrating President Abraham Lincoln, c. 1861. White metal. DeWitt AL 1860-7B. OBV: Bust of Lincoln to right; around, ABRAHAM LINCOLN. REV: Inscription, BELOVED/ ALIKE/ BY RICH/ AND POOR, enclosed within wreath.
Sullivan, in his revision of DeWitt, remarks:
The bust is based on a profile portrait taken by William March of Springfield at the request of Col. William J. Bramhall, who had met Lincoln at dinner on the day of his Cooper Union speech. Bramhall said when receiving the photo, "I determined to have struck at my own expense a campaign medal bearing the likeness of the party choice."