From the Richmond Whig, 4/28/1865
DRAPED IN MOURNING. - The Bank street entrance of the
Custom House, the chief military headquarters, has been tastefully draped and
festooned over with black muslin, in recognition of the absorbing national
calamity, the assassination of the late President of the United States, Abraham
Lincoln. Other buildings occupied as the headquarters of the military officials
are also appropriately dressed in mourning.