Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C. is where Abe Lincoln got shot in the head. Their Center for Education and Leadership is now open to the public and features a tower made of books about Lincoln.
Inside the Center, the museum display company Split Rock Studios built a 35-foot tower of books, a visual symbol of the 15,000+ titles written about Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States.
These photos from the Center for Education and Leadership are by Laura Keene, unless otherwise noted:
For more photos, go here or here.
To find out more about Ford’s Theatre and their Center, go here.
To read the Who2 biography of Abraham Lincoln, go here. To read the Who2 biography of the man who shot Lincoln at Ford’s Theatre, visit John Wilkes Booth.