Dayton National Cemetery
One of the oldest Veteran Affairs institutions lies in Dayton, Ohio. The bill authorizing its construction was one of the last bills signed by Abraham Lincoln. It opened in 1867 as the Central Branch of the National Asylum for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers and Seamen. The Dayton Soldiers Home was built following the Civil War and due to its age and prestige, presents many intriguing architectural structures and photogenic views. The art prints capture the Dayton National Cemetery and surrounding grounds along the western edge of the Miami Valley. Each Christmas, the white headstones are adorned with Christmas Wreaths as part of Wreaths Across America and my individual US Flags during Memorial Day.
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