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A special exhibit called “Now He Belongs to the Ages: A Presentation of Abraham Lincoln’s Life, Death and Funeral” will be on display Sept. 12-13 at the Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home. The exhibit, which will kick off the annual Abraham Lincoln ... (State Journal-Register)
The event, sponsored by Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home, will be hosted by Chuck and Penny Fricke and Dennis and Marcia Schrader in association with the Abraham Lincoln Tourism Bureau of Logan County, the Lincoln, Illinois Bicentennial Commission and ... (Lincoln Courier)
LINCOLN - The 114th Illinois Voluntary Infantry of Springfield marched ... studs along the sides was inside a horse-drawn 1860 hearse outside Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home in Lincoln on Friday. And the funeral procession and scene re-creation ... (Herald & Review)
The event is sponsored by Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home and hosted by Chuck and Penny Fricke and Dennis and Marcia Schrader, in association with the Lincoln, Illinois, Bicentennial Commission; the Logan Railsplitting Association; and Abraham Lincoln ... (Lincoln Courier)
On April 21, 1865, a train carrying the coffin of assassinated President Abraham ... Springfield, Illinois, where he would be buried on May 4. The train carrying Lincoln’s body traveled through 180 cities and seven states on its way to Lincoln’s home ... (history.com)
He was a member of The Governor's Board of Elder Abuse for 4 years, Board of Seniors in Springfield, IL for 8 years ... 5:00-7:00P.M. Tuesday evening at Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home, Lincoln. Burial will be in Zion Cemetery, Lincoln where ... (Shelbyville Daily Union)
IL for the major events taking place during the weekend of May 2, 2015 in remembrance of the 150th anniversary of Lincoln’s return home. The Historic Railroad Equipment Association, a non-profit organization Kloke founded to fund the Lincoln Funeral ... (Online PR News)
He wanted Wesolowski to create a traveling exhibit of the funeral train. Within days, he had a $100,000 grant from the Chicago Tribune. Nowhere is Lincoln's legend greater than in his home state of Illinois. Monuments and memorabilia abound. (USA Today)
The Historic Railroad Equipment Association has been preparing for a re-creation of the path the President’s funeral train took from Washington D.C. to Lincoln’s home town of Springfield, Illinois. One of the final stops made was in Michigan City on ... (News Dispatch)