GREEN BAY - Abraham Lincoln is back in the spotlight for a limited time.
The Neville Public Museum in Green Bay is displaying this rare photograph of the 16th president.
It shows Lincoln with his son Tad, and is signed "A. Lincoln and Son."
There are only two autographed copies of this photo in the world.
Museum officials say they decided to showcase the rare print thanks to a recent peak in interest.
"It's out right now because we're kind of riding the fame of the Lincoln movie that's out right now. It's an interesting connection and shows Lincoln during that time period," said Louise Pfotenhauer, Neville curator of collections.
The photo was taken in 1864 and is especially sensitive to light.
It will be displayed in the MuseumPLACE exhibit for about a month.
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