Never outdone, the US has mass produced memorial pieces dating as far back as Washington. Lincoln items are notable in that he died not long after the Civil War when the American memorial industry had become centralised and large enough to produce many different items.
In this JFK piece above, the style still retains the black border and a prayer (common for memorial cards and that he was a Catholic). There was another version of this card produced, which Mrs Kennedy had destroyed due to her dislike of the picture, though some are still in existence.
Further Reading on Memorial Ephemera