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English: Map of the final U.S. Highway system as approved November 11, 1926.
Français : Carte du système final US Highway comme approuvé en 11 Novembre 1926.
日本語: 最終的な米ハイウェイシステムの地図は、1926年11月11日承認されました
Date 11 November 1926
Source United States System of Highways
  • Originally by: Bureau of Public Roads, United States Department of Agriculture
  • Scanned by: Oklahoma Department of Transportation
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