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A tower of books about Abraham Lincoln as seen from the top down.
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The Abraham Lincoln book tower stands 34 feet tall and 8 feet around in the lobby of the new Ford's Theatre Center for Education and Leadership in Washington, D.C. <a href="http://media.npr.org/assets/img/2012/02/17/lincoln-tower-2_archive.jpg">Click here to see the tower from the top down.</a>
This President's Day, a group of historians in Washington, D.C., decided they wanted to do something different to recognize the legacy of Abraham Lincoln. But how do you memorialize someone who is already one of the most memorialized people in history?
Their solution: to physically illustrate Lincoln's importance by creating a tower of books written about him. The tower measures about eight feet around and 34 feet — that's three and a half stories tall.