On the Road: Celebrating 100 Years of the Lincoln Highway
"On the Road: Celebrating 100 Years of the Lincoln Highway" uses rich visual resources – including vintage postcards, maps, and photographs – to document the formation and early days of the Lincoln Highway Association and the construction of the highway itself. The Lincoln Highway was the first transcontinental highway in North America and originally covered approximately 3,400 miles from coast to coast. The route, consisting of both existing and newly-built roads, followed the most direct, scenic route possible from New York to San Francisco.
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