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WASHINGTON, D. C., JANUARY 28, 1938. SPECIAL GRAVURE SECTION ^ ■ %.,■ ■■ >. Fort Lincoln Cemetery FORT LINCOLN is not "just onother cemetery." It will be os unlike the old-style cemetery os doylight is unlike darkness; a beautiful garden-like burial park with asphalt drives, bordered with colorful landscaping effects; having broad expanses of green, carpet-like lawns, shaded by stately trees, and beautiful shrubs and (lowers—Nature's own expression of Life. Emblematic of FORT LINCOLN CEMETERY, bring ing an expression of the historical romances of years ago within this beautiful garden of memories, is to be built the "Fountain of the States" From this me morial fountain will be heard the soft tones of the pipe organ and chimes ploying the enchanting theme music of the States of our Nation, while artistically illuminated sprays of water, with changing pastel shades of color, will be seen flowing into a sparkling pool. I New York Avenue ' | 1 South Dakota Avenue I Washington-Baltimore Boulevard 4 Rhode Island Avenue FORT LINCOLN CEMETERY has one of the best locotions of all the cemeteries serving the Nation's Capital; fronting upon Bladensburg Rood, Washington-Baltimore Boulevard, U. S. Route No. 1, adjoining the District of Columbia boundary line, and is approximately four miles from the Capitol Building. Public service buses from 15th and H streets N.E. run to the main gate at frequent intervals.