Pamphlets about the history of the Lincoln Highway in Ohio or the National Story - FREE! Order
Lincoln Highway Radiator Emblem Replica.
Offered by the non-profit Mid-Ohio Chapter. Includes the language "Sustaining Member" along with the standard Lincoln Highway symbols and colors. Approximate size is 2 x 3 inches.
To order, send a check for $53.00 ($50.00 plus $3.00 shipping and handling) to:
1543 N. Stewart Road Questions?
Mansfield, Ohio 44903
Mike Buettner's History and Road Guide To The Lincoln Highway In Ohio
The book contains 139 sheets of material, including history, odometer charts,
highlighted strip maps (23), photographs (13 sheets in color!), and technical
information, all bound in a white 3-ring binder with index tabs. Cost of the
book is $20, plus $10 for shipping and handling via U.S. Priority Mail.
The CD ROM
As seen online, the CD ROM of the book above. The
text is abbreviated, but because it is a CD, you'll get 73 great photos and 23
detailed maps! Just pop the CD ROM in your laptop and head out to explore
the highway. Cost of the CD is $15, plus $2 for shipping and
handling via U.S. Priority Mail. $17
The Book and the CD ROM
To order, please send your check to:
c/o Kohli & Kaliher Associates, Inc.
2244 Baton Rouge Avenue
Lima, Ohio 45805
Lincoln Highway Artist Creates Commemorative Print
(For more information, contact Mike Hocker at Package Power, Inc. 419-468-6773 or email at email@example.com)
Dianna Swartz, a self-taught artist living along the Lincoln Highway in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, has teamed up with Cass Frames (located on Galion's original Lincoln Highway alignment in 1913)...and produced a special edition Lincoln Highway commemorative image in the spirit of her popular line of the "Swartz State Pride" collection of prints. This image honoring the Highway founders, President Lincoln and the first paved road across America, will be available in framed art, paper mache boxes, door hangers and other furniture. Swartz has been painting for years, having created some beautiful and unique ornaments that have hung on the Ohio Governor's Mansion tree and the Whitehouse Christmas tree. Dianna's work has also been featured at the Museum of American Folk Art in New York. Swartz has worked in many media, including oils and fabric. Most of her recent work, including The Lincoln Highway art has been done in acrylics. Cass frames has been in business making quality picture frames since 1989, and took on Dianna's line of work in 1999, creating unique furniture boxes with her images as well as typical framed art. One can find these items for sale on the Web at Lincolnhighwaytradingpost.com where a percentage of the proceeds will go to the Ohio Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor (OLHHC), an organization dedicated to the promotion of the Highway as a tourist destination. Retailers are also welcome to call Package Power at 419-468-6773.
(Click to enlarge) Dianna Swartz and Bart Cass of Cass Frames hold Dianna's latest work of art and special interpretation of the Nation's first coast-to-coast rock highway, the Lincoln Highway. Nationally recognized for her "Folkheart By Dianna" collection of prints being produced onto framed art and furniture by Cass, Dianna lives just off the Highway in Upper Sandusky, Ohio.