F.B.I. and Expert Reports Cast Doubt That Celebrated Stovepipe Hat Was Lincoln’sBreaking News
tags: Abraham Lincoln
At the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Illinois, an iconic stovepipe hat has become a symbol in a fierce public relations effort to save an expansive collection of Lincoln artifacts.
But now the question looms large: Was the stovepipe hat even Lincoln’s?
A private nonprofit that owns the $25 million collection, including the hat, is so deep in debt that it is considering selling some of the artifacts.
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