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  • Ada Area Community Improvement Corporation
  • Ashland Area CVB and Chamber of Commerce
  • Balyeat's Coffee Shoppe
  • Broken Rocks Café and Bakery
  • Bucyrus Chamber of Commerce
  • Bucyrus Tourism & Visitors Bureau
  • Canton Classic Car Museum
  • Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce
  • Canton/Stark County CVB
  • Cooper's Mill
  • Crawford County Antique Farm Equipment Museum
  • Crossroads Original Designs
  • Dalton Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Dawson Funeral Home
  • Delphos Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Delphos Canal Commission Museum
  • East Liverpool Tourism Bureau
  • Everything Rubbermaid
  • First Citizens National Bank
  • Galion Historical Society
  • Galion-Crestline Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Ganley Ford Barberton
  • Grinders Above & Beyond
  • M. Smucker Co.
  • Kishman's IGA
  • Klingstedt Bros Co. Printing
  • Lehman's Hardware
  • Lima/Allen Co. CVB
  • Lima/Allen County CVB
  • Lincoln Highway Trading Post
  • Lisbon Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Lock 30 Woodlands RV Resort
  • Mansfield/Richland CVB
  • Mary's A & W Root Beer
  • Massillon Museum
  • Mid-Ohio Chapter Lincoln HIghway League
  • Minerva Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Oak Park Tavern
  • Perry History Club
  • Philomatheon Society of the Blind
  • Pro Football Hall of Fame
  • Rodeway Inn
  • Shisler's Cheese House

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Ashland County

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Wayne County

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Stark County

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Columbiana County

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Current List of Friends

 

Rebecca Fifield
Jerry Peppers
Douglas Heimark
Thomas Bunnell
Barbara Holland
Tom Lockard
Thomas Behnke
David Krauss
Tom McGinty
Kenneth Baldwin
Shelley Morton
Beth Rainey
Farber Tinsley
Robert and Barbara Ferro
Richard Bodo
Donna K. Warner
Lu Ann Graser
Claire Williams
Don Gregoire
Stan Keawson
Leslie J. Mohler
Vivian Stitzel
Joe and Nancy Everly
Karl Runser
Michael G. Buettner
Cara Venturella-Stombaugh
Sharon A. Roeder
Marilyn Wagner
Diane Sterling
Chuck & Barb Brunkhart
Peter Youngman
Terry Shelswell
Mary Sanderson
Jerry Robb
Victor Lobb
Eric Beheim
Karl Kramer
Lonnie Leappley
Chuck Taylor
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The same road that everybody seems to have forgotten is, perhaps, America’s most important road!

Begun with private (not government) efforts, built to create new roads and literally change the way America would travel forever...spawning restaurants, service stations, motels, even the American vacation...this road desperately needs its history preserved and its story told — and we are working hard to do it...but we need your support.

Become a FRIEND of the BYWAY and receive all this...a large Lincoln Highway poster, an official FRIEND membership certificate, a set of ODOT's Lincoln Highway Historic Byway post cards, an official color map/guide of the Byway in Ohio, and a dozen foil Lincoln Highway stickers!

(Allow up to a few weeks after ordering for your packet!) 

 

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The Lincoln Highway Historic Byway was established in March 2004 after being awarded the state-designated byway status through the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT).
An extensive byway corridor management plan was reviewed and accepted which included marketing, preservation, inventory of architecturally significant structures, historic monuments and sites, and other cultural, archeological, historical and recreational points of interest.
Since the Lincoln changed alignments from its beginnings in 1913 to 1928, ODOT chose to designate the 1928 route as the official byway.
However, the founding organization, chartered as a 501 (c) 3 under the name of the Ohio Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor (OLHHC), chose to include, promote and engage all interested parties on alignments in Ohio as the byway.
The belief of the OLHHC is that the "Lincoln" is more significant to American history than either Route 66 or the National Road--in its uniqueness of bringing forth the paradigm shift of the automobile transportation shift to America and the world. Its founders visualized, then brought to fruition, the creation of a robust network of automobile-driveable roads that lead America into the convenient connectivity we enjoy today.