Lincoln Museum

Lincoln Museum can refer to:

  • Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, Springfield, Illinois, USA
  • Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum at Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, Tennessee, USA
  • The Collection (Lincolnshire), Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK — formed from the City and County Museum
  • The Lincoln Museum (Fort Wayne, Indiana) — a repository for Lincoln Financial Foundation's Abraham Lincoln memorabilia; closed to the public in 2008
  • Ford's Theatre, Washington, DC, USA — where Abraham Lincoln was assassinated; known as Lincoln Museum from 1936 to 1965 and legally "Ford's Theater (Lincoln Museum)" since 1965

Other articles related to "lincoln":

Lincoln National Corporation - History - Founding and Early History
... Lincoln traces its origin to June 12, 1905, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, as the Lincoln National Life Insurance Company ... Perry Randall, a Fort Wayne attorney and entrepreneur, suggested the name "Lincoln," arguing that the name of Abraham Lincoln would powerfully convey a spirit of integrity ... In August, 1905 Robert Todd Lincoln provided a photograph of his father, along with a letter authorizing the use of his father's likeness and name for company stationery and advertising ...

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