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President wants everyone but himself to pay more
Topic - Paula Maynard
Abe Lincoln was born in a log cabin, but his son built himself a mansion. Robert Todd Lincoln, the president's only child to survive to adulthood, built the Georgian Revival home, called Hildene, as a seasonal dream home for his wife, Mary Harlan Lincoln, and their children.
The Hildene staff is looking forward to welcoming more visitors and teaching them about the place where Lincoln descendants lived until 1975, said Paula Maynard, press director and group tour leader.
"I've been telling people for eight years, which is when I first got here, that this movie was coming, and we'd get to tell this part of the story," Ms. Maynard said.