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|July 14, 2000
Youngest brother Nick's wedding provided an opportunity to visit three more of the United States. First stop was Kansas. Having an interest in World War II, I decided to visit the boyhood home of Dwight D. Eisenhower in Abilene, Kansas. He, his wife, and a son are buried in the building to the right.
|To the left is the home in which Eisenhower grew up with his parents and a brother.|
|This is the Eisenhower presidential library. There was some construction going on in front of the building and thus the orange barrier you can see.|
|I next drove to Hutchinson for the wedding. After that, the next stop was Omaha, Nebraska.|
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