The Lincoln Highway
National Museum & Archives
102 Old Lincoln Way West
Galion, Ohio 44833

(202) 536-5329

"The Day Mr. Lincoln Came to Town"
 "The Unfinished Journey" 
"Celebrating America's Spirit Together"
"Spirit of the Lincoln Way"
Marietta, Ohio
Irwin, PA to San Francisco,CA
July 29, 2001

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"Spirit of the Lincoln Way"
The Lincoln Memorial
July 29, 2000
The "Spirit of the Lincoln Way" Fire Truck piloted by Craig Harmon, Founder and Director of The Lincoln Highway National Museum Archives in Galion, Ohio will begin "The Unfinished Journey" July 29, 2001 in Marrietta, Ohio original home of the Fire Truck before picking up where he left off in Irwin, PA.

Pictured one year ago to the day, the "Spirit of the Lincoln Way" Fire Truck raises the American & Lincoln Highway Flag in in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. to mark the beginning of the "Link Across America" Millennium Tour-2000, to commemmorate the 85th Anniversary of the 1915 Flim & Flag trip across the Country on The Lincoln Highway. The goal is to raise the Flags in all 450 towns on the 3500 miles from Times Square in New York to San Francisco.

(Photo Credit/Lincoln Highway National Museum & Archives-Craig Harmon)
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"Spirit of the Lincoln Way"
54th Presidential Inaugural Parade
January 20, 2001
Lincoln Portrayer, Mo Ressallot rides high atop the "Spirit of the Lincoln Way" Fire Truck Saturday, January 20, 2001 in the Inaugural Parade for President George W. Bush as two firemen ride escort. The Fire Truck, a 1964 Maxim is sponsored by The Lincoln Highway National Museum & Archives in Galion, Ohio
(Photo Credit/Lincoln Highway National Museum & Archives-Craig Harmon)
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"Spirit of the Lincoln Way"
54th Presidential Inauguaral Parade
January 20, 2001
Lincoln Portrayer, Mo Ressallot and Fireman escort ride high atop the "Spirit of the Lincoln Way" Fire Truck as it rolls down Pennsvlvania Ave. Saturday, January 20, 2001 in the Inaugural Parade for President George W. Bush. The Fire Truck, a 1964 Maxim is sponsored by The Lincoln Highway National Museum & Archives in Galion, Ohio
(Photo Credit/The Lincoln Highway National Museum & Archives-Scott Harmon)
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Henry B. Joy Monument
Wamsutter, Wyoming
November 21, 2001
Craig harmon, Founder and Director of the Lincoln Highway National Museum & Archives in Galion Ohio marks the original spot of the Henry B. Joy Monument. The Monumnt which has just recently been moved next to the Lincoln Monument on Sherman Hill was set on this plateau overlooking the Wyoming countryside. Legand has it that Mr. Joy camped on this spot on one of his many trips across America on the Lincoln Highway. The monument was dedicated July 2, 1939 by an official delegation which included Wyoming's Governor and members of the Joy Family. Mr. Joy was the first President of the Lincoln Highway Association.
(Photo Credit/Lincoln Highway National Museum & Archives-Craig Harmon)
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Henry B. Joy Monument
Wamsutter, Wyoming
November 21, 2001
"Spirit of the Lincoln Way" Fire Truck visit the site of the Henry B. Joy Monument near Wamsutter, Wyoming November 21, 2001. The Monumnt which has just recently been moved next to the Lincoln Monument on Sherman Hill was set on this plateau overlooking the Wyoming countryside. Legand has it that Mr. Joy camped on this spot on one of his many trips across America on the Lincoln Highway.
(Photo Credit/Lincoln Highway National Museum & Archives-Craig Harmon)
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Golden Spike Historic Site
Promontory, Utah
December 16, 2001
Craig Harmon, director of The Lincoln Highway National Museum & Archives in Galion, Ohio displays a lock of President Abraham Lincoln's hair and a replica of the Golden Spike as he kneels on a replica of the original Laurelwood railroad tie today 12/16/01 in Promentory, UT. The site marks the meeting point of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads on May 10, 1869 fulfillling President Lincoln's dream of a transcontinental railroad. This is the first time President Lincoln has visited the site. Mr. Harmon is currently crossing the country in the "Spirit of the Lincoln Way" fire truck.
(Photo Credit/Lincoln Highway National Museum & Archives-Rick Wilson)
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Golden Spike Historic Site
Promontory, Utah
Decenber 16, 2001
Craig Harmon, director of The Lincoln Highway National Museum & Archives in Galion, Ohio displays a lock of President Abraham Lincoln's hair and a replica of the Golden Spike today 12/16/01 in Promentory, UT. The site marks the meeting point of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads on May 10, 1869 fulfillling President Lincoln's dream of a transcontinental railroad. This is the first time President Lincoln has visited the site. Mr. Harmon is currently crossing the country in the "Spirit of the Lincoln Way" fire truck.
(Photo Credit/Lincoln Highway National Museum & Archives-Rick Wilson)
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