Dwight Eisenhower Boyhood Home Laser-Art Kit
This is the HO Scale Dwight Eisenhower Boyhood Home Laser-Art Kit from Branchline Trains.
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This modest home in Abilene, Kansas belonged to the Eisenhower family from 1898 until 1946. Ike lived there from age 8 until he left for West Point in 1911. Preserved as it was in 1946, the home now forms the centerpiece of the Eisenhower Center and Library. Kit includes laser cut siding, peel-and-stick trim and windows and resin chimneys.
- Branchline Product Number: 602
- Walthers Product Number: 181-602
- Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 503