Spring 2008
Volume 12
Inside this issue:
• Lincoln Cottage
• Old Red Courthouse
• Basilica of the National Shrine

of theAssumption of the
Blessed Virgin Mary
• Davis Theater Ticket Booth
• Fountec & Protec
How it all turned-out! A photo update of projects featured in past issues of "Portfolio".
Lincoln Cottage
On February 18th of this year, the fully restored cottage used by Abraham Lincoln and his family as a summer retreat was reopened to the public as a National Trust Historic Site. Robinson Iron worked from historic photos to recreate the cast iron entry stairs and balcony railing "Portfolio Summer 2005". As you can see the installation of these important pieces add to the overall authenticity of the project.

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Old Red Courthouse
Featured in "Portfolio Fall 2005", The Old Red Museum of Dallas County History and Culture opened on May 15, 2007 in the newly restored Old Red Courthouse. A grand cast iron stair now forms the centerpiece of the building and as you can see from these photos it is worthy of its Texas location

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Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption
of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Many of you responded with interest to this article in our "Portfolio Winter 2005" issue regarding the restoration of Henry Benjamin Latrobe's cathedral masterpiece. Celebration of the mass began again on November 4, 2006. The work Robinson Iron accomplished on the perimeter fencing is the focus of a new ad created for our 2008 advertising campaign. We hope you enjoy these additional shots taken from our library.

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Davis Theater Ticket Booth
Every once in long time a little gem of a project comes ones way. This custom designed ticket booth "Portfolio Summer 2005" was certainly that and much more. It was part of the restoration of a landmark theater located on the urban campus of Troy University Montgomery, Alabama.

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Fountec & Protec
Two environmentally green products introduced in 2005 have proven their worth over and over to our customers who own Robinson Iron fountains. Fountec rids the water of algae while Protec prevents deposits from sticking to the surface of the fountain. Used in combination they will provide months of easy maintenance. As a reminder we keep both in stock- just call or email us to place your order!

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