Heard about this a couple of days ago. Christopher Oakley, a scholar and former Disney animator, was looking at this panoramic photograph of the Gettysburg visit by Abraham Lincoln and various dignitaries:
When he zoomed in on the crowds and looked around, he found spotted the “distinctive hawk-like profile of William H. Steward, Lincoln’s secretary of state”. Knowing President Lincoln was known to be close by his secretary of state during this visit, he found this:
Blurry? Certainly. Barely visible? Yes. But at the same time, clearly distinguishable. Congratulations, Mr. Oakley!
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