Lincoln jokes with a soldier, "My last barber hanged himself..." (0:04)
His daughter Elizabeth tells a carriage man, referring to Lincoln's adviser Francis Preston Blair, "Get him drunk so he can sleep." (0:22)
Mary Todd grieves the loss of her son Willie. (0:52)
Mary Todd asks Abe, "... will you threaten me again with the madhouse... when I showed you what real heartbreak looked like..."
Abe chastizes Mary Todd : "When you refused... to comfort Tad, a child who was not only sick, dangerously sick, but beside himself with grief... Oh but your grief, your grief, your inexhaustable grief"
"For.... everybody's... sake I should have clapped you in the madhouse."
"I couldn't tolerate you grieving so for Willie... I wanted to crawl under the earth ... Don't speak to me about grief." (1:29)