Almost every major city has some kind of memorial or tribute to our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. In Cleveland, there is a statue of Lincoln in a well-traveled area downtown. Do you know where it is?
The inscription reads:
The statue stands in an open Mall area but is closest to an important building downtown.
The statue was a gift of The School Children of Greater Cleveland in 1932.
Here is a detail of the Board of Education building. They don't make them like that anymore!