Greetings From Lincoln Highway: America's First Coast to Coast Road
Greetings From Lincoln Highway: America's First Coast-to-Coast Highway, Centennial Edition
Lincoln Highway Companion: A Guide to America's First Coast-to-Coast Highway
The Ship Hotel, A Grand View Along the Lincoln Highway
The Lincoln Highway, Photos Through Time
By Brian Butko
By Drake Hokanson
By D. Lowell Nissley
By The Lincoln Highway Association
By Bill Roe
By Alice Huyler Ramsey
By Michael S. Williamson
By Jan Shupert-Arick
By Emily Post
By Cynthia Ogorek
Recipes from the Illinois Lincoln Highway National Scenic Byway
Throughout the Illinois Lincoln Highway National Scenic Byway cookbook you will discover over 50 highly detailed, original pen and ink drawings by artist David Alan Badger. The histories and architecture represented in the cookbook are as historic as the highway itself. You will also find a complete list of all the Illinois Lincoln Highway Interpretive Mural and Gazebo locations.
Each community site is listed with a descriptive narrative and an index of area businesses that have taken part in the cookbook. The local contributions include a unique story and recipe to represent their business.
The cookbook can be found at the following locations, please call ahead for availability. Click on the community names below for more information.
FULTON: “de Immigrant” Windmill & Windmill Cultural Center ~ Martin House Fulton Historical Society ~ Sweet Woodruff
MORRISON: Chamber of Commerce ~ Tegeler’s Amish Furniture
STERLING: Sterling-Rock Falls Historical Society Museum ~ Lincoln-Manahan Home Museum ~ Ye Olde Cider Mill
OREGON: Patchwork Inn ~ Stitches in Time – Fabric & Fiber Arts
DIXON: Books on First ~ Dixon Welcome Center ~ Dixon Historic Center ~ Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home ~ The Next Picture Show
FRANKLIN GROVE: From: Me To: You ~ H.I. Lincoln Store
ROCHELLE: 1918 Standard Oil Filling Station ~ Flagg Township Museum ~ Ray’s Merchandise – New & Used Furniture ~ Rochelle Railroad Diamond Lodge
DEKALB: The Confectionary, Inc. ~ Egyptian Theatre ~ Ellwood House Museum ~ Joseph F. Glidden Homestead & Historical Center ~ Lincoln Inn – Family Restaurant & Bakery
SYCAMORE: Made Just For You
GENOA: Poppy Seed Primitives, LLC ~ Victoria’s Crossing
GENEVA: Galena Cellars
BATAVIA: Eclectibles ~ Limestone Coffee & Tea ~ The Newton House
AURORA: David L. Pierce Art & History Center ~ William Tanner House Museum
OSWEGO: Floral Expressions & Gifts inc. ~ Little White School Museum ~ Prairie Stitches Quilt Shoppe ~ The Marmalade Tree ~ The Village Grind Coffee & Tea Co.
PLAINFIELD: Cathy’s Sweet Creations ~ Lockport Street Gallery ~ Lincoln Way Barber Shop ~ Sweet Pea & Have To Have ~ The Tawny Tortoise Wine & Cheese by TCC
Also available for purchase at the following locations...
MT. MORRIS: White Pines Forest State Park
POLO: Polo Country Floral
TAMPICO: Ronald Reagan Birthplace & Museum