A property company in Kansas is putting a giant tree on its property, which is about two and a half times the size of the city’s Lincoln Park.
The tree will stand on top of the house where the Lincoln family lived for years and is expected to attract about 1,000 visitors a day.
The company, Lincoln Property, is putting up the tree on the home of former Lincoln Park Mayor John F. Worsley.
Worshipful spirits from the city of Lincoln are expected to visit the tree once a week for the next six months.
Lincoln Park Mayor, John Worsly, has been helping with the tree’s installation.
The project, which has been in the works for about three years, is designed to create a sense of community in the neighborhood and attract new residents.
Wearing a red shirt, Worsle told the news site KCTV4 that the tree was a “natural” choice for the site.
“I think it’s something that should really be part of the history of the community,” Worslley said.
“And it’s been there since the 1930s.”
The project is part of a wider effort to preserve the historic site, which dates back to 1873.
The city of Kansas has long been a tourist destination and it is known for its museums, historic homes, and parks.
The Lincoln family has been a major part of that.
The former mayor led the city through the Great Depression.
Worsley and his wife, Martha, lived in the Lincoln home during the Depression, and they had a son named Lincoln Jr. He also helped lead the city during the Civil War.
The Worsleys are among a handful of people in the city that have built homes and businesses on the Lincoln property.