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Lincoln Pew


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Lincoln Pew Abraham and Mary Lincoln maintained a family pew in their place of worship. You may quietly view it and the beautiful Tiffany windows in the First Presbyterian Church.


Admission: Free
Hours: M-F: 10am-4pm
Address: 7th & Capitol
Phone: 217-528-4311
Our Website:www.first-pres-church.org
Wheelchair Accessible Facility

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