Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site photographs, 1935-1980.

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Jones, Thomas H., landscape architect. Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site photographs, 1935-1980.

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site photographs, 1935-1980.

These photographs illustrate the various aspects of the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site in Larue County, Kentucky. Images document its development, maintenance, visitors, and landmarks. Also present are reports and memoranda.

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