Images of America: Route 66 in Chicago
Vintage photographs and postcard views, as well as contemporary images, are weaved together with narrative and captions to tell the pictorial history of the world's most famous highway and the city in which it began.
First place winner, nonfiction history book, 2008 Illinois Women's Press Association Communications Awards.
Softcover: 128 Pages, 6 1/2 inches wide x 9 3/16 inches tall, 195 photos & illustrations
Exploring Route 66 in Chicagoland
This is the only guidebook to concentrate on the place where the Mother Road begins.
Softcover: Comb Binding (lay flat), 150 Pages, 9 inches wide x 11.5 inches tall, 309 photos & illustrations, 31 driving and walking tour maps
The Roads that Lead to Lincoln: Finding Honest Abe on the Historic Highways of Illinois
From the Back Cover of The Roads that Lead to Lincoln:.
At the crossroads of the Dixie Highway and the Lincoln Highway in Chicago Heights, Illinois, there is a statue of Abraham Lincoln with the inscription,
This book traces the sites relating to Lincoln to be seen on three of the Illinois National Scenic Byways: Route 66, the Great River Road, and the Lincoln Highway. Along these thoroughfares, we follow in Lincoln's footsteps along his Roads to Greatness.
Softcover: Comb Binding (lay flat), 80 Pages, 9 inches wide x 11.5 inches tall, 104 photos & illustrations, 3 maps
Chicago Route 66 Set of 7 Color Postcards
This set of seven full–color postcards of scenes from Route 66 show contemporary views along the Mother Road corridor in Chicago, where the road begins. The
7 Color Postcards 5.5 inches by 4.25 inches packed in an archival acid-free polypropylene sleeve.
Postcards of America: Route 66 in Chicago
This set of fifteen black & white postcards are images culled from the book Images of America: Route 66 in Chicago
15 Black & White Postcards 6 inches by 4.25 inches packed in an archival acid-free clear vinyl sleeve.
Route 66 Chicago - Walking Tours
Gift Certificate for Two People — Your choice of Route 66 Chicago Walking Tours — Take a Walk on the 66 Side:
Gift Certificate is transferable and does not expire. Delivered via email. To Redeem, contact InSites To Go at info@Route66Chicago.com
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