The Last of Mrs. Lincoln

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The Last of Mrs. Lincoln is a play by James Prideaux. It depicts the final seventeen years of Mary Todd Lincoln's life, following her husband's assassination.

It ran on Broadway from December 12, 1972 - February 4, 1973, and featured Julie Harris (as Mrs. Lincoln), George Connolly, Kate Wilkinson, Tobias Haller and David Rounds. Both Harris and Wilkinson reprised their roles in a 1976 film adaptation of the play (which also featured Denver Pyle). Julie Harris won a 1973 Tony for her work in the play.

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