Members of the Lincoln Highway Association passed through Mansfield Tuesday on a tour of the historic highway.
The association's twentieth annual conference is this week in Canton and a bus tour was arranged through parts of various cities like Wooster, Ashland and Mansfield.
They stopped by the former Ohio State Reformatory before having lunch at Richland Carrousel Park and visiting Oak Hill Cottage to view the 1905 National car built in Mansfield.
In Ohio, the traditional route of the Lincoln Highway is closely related to the route of U.S. 30, which crosses the north central part of the state.
The Lincoln Highway began in 1913 and next year marks the centennial year of the historic road.