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______. "Report of Research on the Traditional Abraham Lincoln Birthplace Cabin." Typescript. Abraham Lincoln National Historic Park, February 15, 1949.

______. "A Report on the Abraham Lincoln Traditional Birthplace Cabin." Typescript. Abraham Lincoln National Historic Park, May 16, 1948.

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Archival Material

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site. Plans, drawings, and photographs in park's files.

National Archives. Plans and drawings of Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site. Record Group 79.

National Park Service, Southeast Regional Office. Microfiched plans and drawings of Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site.

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