Dedication of the Pacific Coast Milestone at the terminus of the Lee Highway by Ed Fletcher, San Diego
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- 1923 November 17
- Cite This Work
[Title, Date]. Ed Fletcher Papers. MSS 81. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego.
Celebration of the completion of the Lee southern transcontinental highway. Ed Fletcher unveiled the marble Pacific Coast Milestone as President Coolidge, in his Washington office, touched an electric button that rang a gong in the plaza opposite the U.S. Grant Hotel. Fletcher then read the President's message and delivered his own remarks.
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black and white print; 9 x 25.25 inches
Dedication Pacific Milestone by President Coolidge in Plaza, San Diego, California, November 17 1923. Pacific Terminus Lee Highway, Washington, D.C. and Old Spanish Trail, St. Augustine, Florida. Dedicatory address read by Col. Ed Fletcher, President, Borderland Highway Association San Diego to El Paso, and Vice President Lee Highway and Old Spanish Trail.
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This digital image is a surrogate of an item from the Ed Fletcher Papers (MC-139, Folder 7).
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