Berry-Lincoln Store Post Card
Berry-Lincoln Store Post Card This is a nice color post card of a simple log cabin in a beautiful sitting. Political category. On the back it reads, First Berry-Lincoln Store and Post Office, New Salem State Park, Lincoln's New Salem, Illinois. James and Rowan Herndon, bros. built this store probably in the fall of 1831 and engaged in the mercantile business. James Herndon sold his interest to Wm F Berry early in the summer of 1832. and later in the same year, Rowan sold his interest to Abraham Lincoln. Photo by Larry Witt. Made by Dexter Press Inc of West Nyack, NY Pub by Lincoln's New Salem Enterprises of Petersburg, Ill .Card from 20th century. Never used. In near mint condition. 44 cents shipping if in USA 3 1/2 by 5 1/2"".
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