Reflections of a life lived

Album 6

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[April 29, 2014]     Send a link to a friend  Share

The upstairs area of the museum is a maze of small rooms, with each one depicting a memory from the life of Lincoln. In the background, visitors can hear the metallic sound of a clock ticking. This emphasizes the passing of time. While the moments between the gunshot and Lincoln's final breath were only a few hours, the memories that might have come to the surface in those final moments of breath were vast.

Pictures by Nila Smith and Jan Youngquist





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