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Interstate Highway Sign



Interstate Highway Sign
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Title: Interstate Highway Sign
Description: An Interstate I-90/94 sign near Portage taken by the Division of Tourism.

Image ID: 40420
Creation
Date:
October 1961 
Creator
Name:
Tvedt
City, State: Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
Many sections of the proposed route were not yet completed when this image was taken. As originally planned Wisconsin was to have only two interstate highways: I-90 and I-94, with the two running together for 95 miles in the middle of the state. Later I-43 and I-39 were added.
Subjects: Traffic signs and signals
Express highways
 

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