BOISE -- We've done a lot of stories about Idaho and Ada County celebrating its sesquicentennial or 150th anniversary.

And now there is a new historic display in the Ada County Courthouse lobby contains furniture once used by Robert Todd Lincoln. His father, U.S. President Abraham Lincoln, signed an act creating the Idaho territory in 1863.

What you see when you walk up is basically the office space as it sat in Robert Todd Lincoln s office, said Ada County Commission Chairman David Case.

The Idaho Historical Society has a huge collection of Abraham Lincoln artifacts on display.

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