Tulsa, Oklahoma: Honest Abe Tree Statue
Chiseled wood statue of Abraham Lincoln, standing on a stump carved with the words: "Malice for none, charity for all - A. Lincoln."
- 252 W. 16th St., Tulsa, OK
- House is right off the corner at West 16th and Denver, just outside of downtown. It is easily accessed off of Riverside Drive, heading north on Denver.
Honest Abe Statue
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This is a large wooden statue of Abraham Lincoln, which appears to be hand carved and is very detailed. I was driving into downtown, headed north from Riverside Drive, and caught a glimpse of this statue as I drove on by. The base of the statue, which appears to be carved out of a large log, reads "Malice for none, charity for all - A. Lincoln."
[Levi Combs, 09/02/2009]
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