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All-Ivy Tour of Lincoln Cottage

Sunday, June 26th at 12PM

Courtesy of Penn Alum Zach Klitzman, Executive Assistant at President Lincoln's Cottage. 

President Lincoln's Cottage is the most significant historic site directly associated with his presidency aside from the White House, as Lincoln and his family lived there for 3 summers during the Civil War.  The Cottage was opened to the public for the 1st time in 2008 after a $15 million restoration by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. 

Cost is $10/person: you can pay in advance either online atwww.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=218835 (which includes a $1.50 processing fee) or by making out a check to “DC Penn Club” and sending it to: Jon Teitel, 1711 Massachusetts Ave. NW, #522, Washington, DC 20036. 

There is a maximum of 20 people/tour, so if we have more than 20 people sign up, then we will arrange for back-to-back tours at 12PM/12:30PM.  The cottage is located roughly a mile from the Georgia Ave.-Petworth metro on the Green/Yellow line. 

There is a bus that goes directly from the Metro to the front gate of the cottage, and there is also plenty of free on-site parking for anyone who wants to drive.  If you have any questions, please contact Jon at: jon.teitel@hotmail.com.  For more information about the Cottage, please check out their website at: www.lincolncottage.org.

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