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A crowd celebrates the opening of a new concrete section between Gettysburg and Chambersburg, Pa. (1921) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

A crowd celebrates the opening of a new concrete section between Gettysburg and Chambersburg, Pa. (1921) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Doc Seylars Rest House at Tuscarora Summit, Pa., was a highway landmark. Mountaintop stops were popular because cars tended to overheat on their way up and needed to cool before proceeding. (date unknown) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Doc Seylars Rest House at Tuscarora Summit, Pa., was a highway landmark. Mountaintop stops were popular because cars tended to overheat on their way up and needed to cool before proceeding. (date unknown) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

The Lincoln Highway makes its way toward Grand View Pennsylvania. (date unknown) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

The Lincoln Highway makes its way toward Grand View Pennsylvania. (date unknown) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Motorists enjoy the new road between Gettysburg and Chambersburg. (1921) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Motorists enjoy the new road between Gettysburg and Chambersburg. (1921) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

The Lincoln Highway makes its way through East Rochester, Ohio. (1926) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

The Lincoln Highway makes its way through East Rochester, Ohio. (1926) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

This undated photo is captioned “Good roads bring the kids to school often and regularly.” http://ow.ly/r3EFG

This undated photo is captioned “Good roads bring the kids to school often and regularly.” http://ow.ly/r3EFG

This section of the Lincoln Highway in Ohio was originally paved with brick. Some of it survives today. (1924) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

This section of the Lincoln Highway in Ohio was originally paved with brick. Some of it survives today. (1924) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Promoting “Good Roads and Good Movies,” Metro Goldwyn’s “Trackless Train” makes a stop at the Indianapolis Public Library. (1925) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Promoting “Good Roads and Good Movies,” Metro Goldwyn’s “Trackless Train” makes a stop at the Indianapolis Public Library. (1925) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Horses pull a car from the mud near Marshalltown, Iowa. (1915) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Horses pull a car from the mud near Marshalltown, Iowa. (1915) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Work crews pour concrete on this stretch of the highway in central Iowa. (1915) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Work crews pour concrete on this stretch of the highway in central Iowa. (1915) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Campgrounds like this one in Cheyenne, Wyo., sprung up to serve tired travelers. (1924) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Campgrounds like this one in Cheyenne, Wyo., sprung up to serve tired travelers. (1924) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

A rough stretch of road between Lyman and Green River, Wyo. (1926) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

A rough stretch of road between Lyman and Green River, Wyo. (1926) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

A motorist takes in the view between Sparks and Darby, Nev. (1927) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

A motorist takes in the view between Sparks and Darby, Nev. (1927) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Motorists stop at a Pony Express station near Alpine, Nev. (1922) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Motorists stop at a Pony Express station near Alpine, Nev. (1922) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Looking east toward Donner Lake, Calif. (date unknown) http://ow.ly/r3EFG

Looking east toward Donner Lake, Calif. (date unknown) http://ow.ly/r3EFG