SPRINGFIELD'S SCULPTURES,            Carl and Roberta Volkmann
MONUMENTS, AND PLAQUES              cvolk@aol.com
OAK RIDGE CEMETERY
Oak Ridge Cemetery, the final
resting place of Abraham Lincoln
and many other Springfield,
Illinois, citizens, encompasses
300 acres with 12 miles of
winding roads.  It is the second
most visited cemetery in
America, exceeded only by
Arlington National Cemetery.  
Through its monuments,
sculptures, and plaques, Oak
Ridge Cemetery reflects historic
and contemporary Springfield
more than any other place in the
community.
Lincoln's
Tomb,
1935
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Lincoln Monument by Larkin G. Mead
Abraham
Barker
Rees
Monument
See other Oak Ridge Monuments:
Strawbridge
Monument
Charles
Dresser
John
Burkhardt
C. M. Smith
Floyd
Barringer
Pasfield
Family
Judge
Treat
Tanner
Monument