Zero Milestone (South Face) and The White House - 1923 Program of

Colonel Carpenter of the Coast Artillery Corps wrote a report detailing the

The 1919 transcontinental military convoy was a significant event, not just in

The Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956, commonly known as the National Interstate

The National Museum of American History in Washington DC hosts a small

The convoy kept detailed statistics of the vehicles and roads encountered. The

The historic motor convoy is meticulously chronicled in the "Daily Log of

Motion Picture Films Relating to the Ford Motor Company, the Henry Ford

EL-MP16-235 1919 TRANSCONTINENTAL MOTOR CONVOY Firestone, Akron, Ohio.One reel 175' 6:10 minutes

In the summer of 1919, as the U.S. Army embarked on its

The origins of the United States Interstate Highway System can be traced

"Building a Highway" from 1958 traces the history and evolution of roads,

Chapter XI from Dwight D. Eisenhower's book "At Ease: Stories I Tell