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Lincoln Area Archives Museum


640 Fifth St, Lincoln, CA 95648

(916) 645-3800

Pottery, military memorabilia, collectibles, and a replica of the Lincoln Train Depot can be found at the Lincoln Area Archives Museum.

The archive was created in 1993 by area historians Jerry Logan, Wes Freeman, and Don Logan to preserve the area’s rich history. In 2010 the museum was founded as part of the archives and is growing due to the support it has received from the community. Various collections have been donated by local Lincolnites.

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