The bungalow style, which caught the country by storm during the early part of the 20th century, is embodied in the Lincoln. Solid, practical, and affordable, it's front porch welcomes while the sensibly planned interior embraces its occupants. In 1600 square feet, it defines living rooms and four bedrooms to give most families of that period ample family and private spaces.
"The strength and union of America has been developed and kept sacred by liberty and home-loving people. Freedom and democracy as enjoyed and expressed in the home are the principles which promote our progress as a nation. Could every family enjoy in a home like The Lincoln the freedom to which all are justly entitled, strife would cease and crime would be unknown."