At the reconstructed First Berry-Lincoln store in Lincoln's New Salem State Historic Site. Abraham Lincoln owned the store along with William Berry from 1832 to 1833 when they moved to a larger buliding accross the road.
2015 Illinois trip Presidents Civil War Historic Sites & Battlefields

Old Capitol Abraham Lincoln home Abraham Lincoln garage
Abraham Lincoln tomb
Abraham Lincoln tomb Abraham Lincoln tomb Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
Lincoln's law office Lincoln's New Salem
Lincoln's New Salem
Lincoln's New Salem
Lincoln Depot, Springfield
Lincoln Depot, Springfield
Ulysses S Grant house

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