The Last of Mrs. Lincoln

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The Last of Mrs. Lincoln is a play by James Prideaux. It depicts the final 17 years of Mary Todd Lincoln's life that follow her husband's assassination.

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

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