Category Archives: Lincoln Highway Association
The Monday After: Lincoln Highway’s mark still visible, Gary Brown, The Repository (Canton, Ohio), June 18, 2012 Visitors check out sites along U.S. Route 30 and canal routes, The Press News (Minvera, Ohio), June 27, 2012. Includes a photo gallery … Continue reading
Singer Cece Otto kicked off our 2012 National Conference, accompanied by California chapter president Paul Gilger on the piano. Watch the video through the link below. Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life, Cecelia Otto, June 18, 2012
Just a reminder that you can follow the 2012 Lincoln Highway National Conference on Facebook for up-to-date information.
Back in 1937, the original Lincoln Highway Association donated its archive to the University of Michigan. The archive is now held in the university’s Special Collections Library. In 2007, the library finished digitizing every photograph in the archive, over 3,000 … Continue reading
Two organizations will join forces to showcase Ohio’s portion of America’s first coast-to-coast road next June. The Ohio chapters of the national Lincoln Highway Association and the official Ohio Lincoln Highway Historic Byway are planning to bring over 200 visitors … Continue reading
Chris Plummer, a long-time supporter of the Lincoln Highway and a past president of the Lincoln Highway Association, has passed away. This is a great loss. Our condolences go out to his friends and family. Christopher Plummer, Crandall Funeral Home … Continue reading
For all you Google+ users out there, we now have a Google+ Page you can follow: Lincoln Highway Association on Google+ As a reminder, we’re also on Facebook and Twitter. Join us here, there, and everywhere!
The Ohio chapter of the Lincoln Highway Association and the Ohio Lincoln Highway Historic Byway will be hosting the 2012 Lincoln Highway Association conference in Canton, Ohio, for a week beginning Monday, June 18. 2012 Lincoln Highway conference in Canton, … Continue reading
Norman Root, long-time member of the Lincoln Highway Association, president of the California chapter and past California state director, has passed away. He was also a retired bridge engineer for the California Department of Transportation. Norm will be sorely missed. … Continue reading
Cecelia Otto writes about her experiences at this year’s Lincoln Highway Association Annual Conference in South Lake Tahoe. Final day of the conference, June 23, 2011 Post-conference highlights and reflections, July 4, 2011