Studebaker National Museum opens Lincoln exhibit

The Studebaker National Museum is marking the anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's death with a new exhibit.

The exhibit features many artifacts from that era, including a replica of the pistol used to kill the president.

"It's one of the largest exhibits we've undertaken,” said Andrew Beckman, Archivist for the Studebaker National Museum.

The centerpiece of the exhibit is the museum's Lincoln carriage- which recently was returned after being on display for two months at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C.

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