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In this video I walk you through the Birthplace and Childhood homes and other places from Abraham Lincoln's Life. This is my take on what happened and how it happened. I am pretty sure everything I state is accurate.
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From the John Wayne Birthplace Museum in Winterset, IA Donald Trump receives a family endorsement from John Wayne's daughter Aissa. In Trump's remarks on his one time meeting with John Wayne and the impressions he left, "Bigger than Life, Who do we have today (Hollywood actors) that's Bigger Than Life?..." #Trump endorsement 1-19-16 #John Wayne Family endorsement of Trump https://youtu.be/gXVRhc3NnCU
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http://www.WesBerryLiving.com Come join Wes Berry as he visits the symbolic birthplace cabin of Abraham Lincoln and tours the first Lincoln Memorial.
Did you ever wonder what happens to the myriad of props, costumes, and set pieces created for a film or television show after a movie has wrapped or a TV show comes to the end of its run? Do those items end up in a landfill, get placed on the auction block or maybe end up as valuable artifacts in a museum? Beyond the Marquee set out to find the answers to those questions and many more when Warner Bros. Studios Archives graciously opened their doors to us for an exclusive look at the impressive Warner Bros. Museum which you can see on the Warner Bros. Studios VIP Tour. In this first of three episodes covering the Museum, host Steve Czarnecki goes on an in-depth tour led by Warner Bros. Chief Archivist, Leith Adams, as they discuss some of the classic props and costumes from Warner Bros. Studios rich history. (Part 1 of 3)