Governor's Office

The room adjacent to the reception room was the governor's private office. Abraham Lincoln apparently used this space as well while receiving visitors in 1860.

The room's most notable accessory is a famous bust of Lincoln. Sculptor Thomas D. Jones of Cincinnati, Ohio modeled it from life at the St. Nicolas Hotel shortly before Lincoln left Springfield for the White House.

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