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Our 16th president's words of December 1, 1862, clearly apply to Ian Rolland: "Honorable alike in what we give and in what we preserve." The long-time Fort Wayne business leader and philanthropist had a long-standing respect for Abraham Lincoln, and he spent a lifetime preserving Lincoln's legacy. Thanks to Ian's leadership and fundraising efforts, Lincoln National's $20 million collection of Lincoln artifacts remains in Indiana as the Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection, jointly curated by the Allen County Public Library and the Indiana State Museum. We are grateful for the leadership that Ian Rolland exhibited throughout his lifetime, and our thoughts are with his family.
Lincoln Lore is the publication of the Friends of the
Lincoln Collection of Indiana. Since its first issue was published
in 1929, Lincoln Lore has been a respected resource on all
things Lincoln. It has now been redesigned to be better than
ever, with listings of Lincoln events, recent books, and book
reviews in addition to always outstanding articles and interviews.
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