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Lincoln Highway links

An overview of the road and the new Lincoln Highway Association
www.lincolnhighwayassoc.org
 
The Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor promotes and preserves the route through six Pennsylvania counties
www.lhhc.org
 
A 1915 trip journal and LHA letter at the Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer, Grand Island, Neb.
www.stuhrmuseum.org/westerntrails/paine1915.htm
 
The Lincoln Highway National Museum & Archives in Galion, Ohio
www.lincoln-highway-museum.org
 
Jeff Kitsko's exhaustive history of highways and their alignments
www.pahighways.com
 
A nice summation of LH history by Richard F. Weingroff (click "Highway History on that page's upper right to see his dozens of other articles too).
http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/infrastructure/lincoln.htm
 
Sandor Gulyas' Lincoln Highway trips, and a series of loaned photos from the early 1960s
http://www.roadfan.com/sanlh.html
 
Path of Progress National Heritage Tour Route: A 500+ mile national heritage tour route as well as a state heritage tour route which meanders through nine counties in southwestern Pennsylvania.
http://www.sphpc.org
 
Doug Pappas' tribute to the Ship Hotel has 3 pages of images.
http://www.roadsidephotos.com/LH/grandview.htm
 
An amazingly detailed model of a cafe on the LH at Red Desert, Wyoming, by David Malcolm Rose
http://www.davidmalcolmrose.com
 
Good article on the 75th anniversary of another road, the Tamiami Trail in Florida.
http://www.sptimes.com/2003/webspecials03/trail/intro.shtml
 
Pittsburgh article about the 2003 Lincoln Highway Cross Country Anniversary Tour.
http://pittsburghlive.com/x/search/s_146232.html
 
Lots of info about U.S. routes:
http://www.us-highways.com
 
Colorado Highways History has info about roads in a state that many forget was part of the Lincoln Highway:
http://www.mesalek.com/colo/history.html
 
The Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum has info about the railroad at Donner Summit:
http://cprr.org/Museum/Summit_Tunnel_1999
 
The National Cigar Corporation, Frankfort, Ind., produced a LH Cigar. The site has a cigar band pictured, similar to one in my Greetings book but this one has the company name on it.
http://www.broadleafcigars.com
 
View and purchase the "Lost Highways" reproduced c. 1924 auto trails poster:
http://www.users.qwest.net/~everhart/highways.htm
 
The Yellowstone Trail was the first highway across the northern U.S. from Massachusetts to Washington.
http://www.yellowstonetrail.org

 

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