See the Gettysburg Address at ALPLM's next edition of Tales from the Vault
Free July 8 event features items linked to U.S. independence
Posted on June 22, 2022
Updated on June 23, 2022
Join the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in celebrating America’s independence during a special edition of Tales from the Vault that will include an up-close look at the Gettysburg Address.
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