Lincoln Stone Camp
Title:
Lincoln Stone Camp
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), Real Photo unused

Description:
Steam Heat-Cottages-Showers-Country Ham- Home Cooked Foods


Lincoln Memorial Motel
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Lincoln Memorial Motel
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), Chrome PM 1958 Apr-23



Nancy Lincoln Inn at Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park
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Nancy Lincoln Inn at Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Nancy Lincoln Inn is located next to the beautiful Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park


Lincoln Memorial Motel
Title:
Lincoln Memorial Motel
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
On U.S. 31E & KY. 61 - 2 miles south of Hodgenville, Kentucky On Part of the Original Lincoln Farm Swimming Pool - Large Playground - Combination Tub and Shower, Television, Telephone, and Air-Conditioning in All Rooms. Phone 358-3197



Lincoln Memorial Motel, U. S. 31E & KY. 61
Title:
Lincoln Memorial Motel, U. S. 31E & KY. 61
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), Chrome unused

Description:
Large Playground – Combination Tub and Shower, Television, Telephone, and Air-Conditioning in All Rooms. Phone Elmwood 8-3197.


Lincoln Memorial Hall , Lincoln Farm
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Lincoln Memorial Hall , Lincoln Farm
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), White Border unused



Lincoln Memorial Hall on Lincoln Farm
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Lincoln Memorial Hall on Lincoln Farm
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), Linen unused


Abraham Lincoln
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Abraham Lincoln
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Abraham Lincoln Born February 12, 1809 Kentucky, Died April 15, 1865 Washington, D. C. Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park-Enclosed in the beautiful, granite Memorial Building is the original log cabin where Abraham Lincoln was born, February 12, 1809.



Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park
Title:
Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
I was born Feb. 12 1809 in Hardin county. Kentucky my parents were both born in Virginia. My mother who died in my tenth year was of a family of the name of Hanks My father at the death of his father was but six years of age, and he grew up literally without education he removed from Kentucky to what is now Spencer county, Indiana, in my eighth year we reached our new home about the time the state came into the union it was a wild region, with many bears and other wild animals, still in he woods. there I Grew up. there were some schools so called. There was absolutely nothing to excite ambition for education of course when I came of age 1 did not know much still, somehow, I could read, write and cipher to the rule of three, but that was all the little advance I now have upon this time to time under the pressure of Necessity.


Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park
Title:
Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Abraham Lincoln born February 12, 1809 Kentucky. Died April 15, 1865 Washington D. C. 16th president of the United States. Lincoln National Memorial, Lincoln birthplace. Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park Enclosed in the beautiful, granite Memorial Building is the original log cabin where Abraham Lincoln was born, February 12, 1809.



Stone Steps Leading To Lincoln Spring, Lincoln National Park
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Stone Steps Leading To Lincoln Spring, Lincoln National Park
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), White Border unused

Description:
On this rocky farm a little over a hundred years ago when Kentucky was the home of the woodsman and the pioneer, when the scant soil yielded reluctant harfest to the settler. Thomas Lincoln, one-time supervisor of county roads, and his wife Nancy Hanks, came from Elizabethtown and built out of rough logs a cabin. In that cabin on the 12th day of February 1809 was born their son, Abraham Lincoln.


Inscription In Lincoln Memorial Hall, Lincoln National Park
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Inscription In Lincoln Memorial Hall, Lincoln National Park
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), White Border unused

Description:
I was born Feb. 12, 1809 in Hardin County. Kentucky my parents were both born in Virginia. My mother who died in my tenth year, was of a family of the name of Hanks. My father at the death of his father was but six years of age, and he grew up, Literally without education. He removed from Kentucky to what is now spencer county, Indiana, in my eight year, we reached our new home about the time the state came into the union. It was a wild region, with many bears and other wild animals, still in the woods. There I grew up. There were some schools so called, there was absolutely nothing to excite ambition for education of course when I came of age I did not know much still somehow, I could read, write, and cipher to the rule of three but that was all. The little advance I now have upon this store of education, I have picked up from time to time under the pressure of necessity. On this rocky farm, a little over a hundred years ago when Kentucky was the home of the woodsman and the pioneer, when the scant soil yielded reluctant harvest to the settler. Thomas Lincoln, one-time supervisor of county roads, and his wife, Nancy Hanks, came from Elizabethtown and built out of rough logs a cabin. In that cabin on the 12th day of February. 1809, was born thier son, Abraham Lincoln.



Lincoln Cabin, Lincoln Farm
Title:
Lincoln Cabin, Lincoln Farm
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), White Border unused

Description:
Inside Memorial Hall on Lincoln Farm, near Hodgenville, Ky. Birth Cabin of Abraham Lincoln. Now enclosed in a magnificent memorial, erected by a greatful nation on the spot where Lincoln was born, near Hodgenville, Ky.


Lincoln Cabin, Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park
Title:
Lincoln Cabin, Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Lincoln Cabin, birthplace of Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, was born February 12, 1809 in this log cabin in hardin County, Kentucky. The cabin is now enshrined in the Lincoln Memorial, Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park, near Hodgenville, Kentucky.



Lincoln Cabin, Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park
Title:
Lincoln Cabin, Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), Linen unused

Description:
Lincoln Cabin, Birthplace of Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, was born February 12, 1809 in this log cabin in hardin County, Kentucky. The cabin is now enshrined in the Lincoln Memorial, Abraham Lincoln National Historical Prak, near Hodgenville, Kentucky.


Stone Steps Leading To Lincoln Spring, Lincoln National Park
Title:
Stone Steps Leading To Lincoln Spring, Lincoln National Park
Hodgenville Kentucky (KY), Linen PM 1936

Description:
On this rocky farm, a little over a hundred years ago when Kentucky was the home of the woodsman and the pioneer, when the scant soil yielded reluctant harvest to the settler. Thomas Lincoln, one-time supervisor of county roads, and his wife, Nancy Hanks, came from Elizabethtown and built out of rough logs a cabin. In that cabin on the 12th day of February, 1809, was born their son, Abraham Lincoln.





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