AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF STATE HIGHWAY OFFICIALS
FRANK PAGE, PRESIDENT
CHAIRMAN STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
L. D. BLAUVELT, VICE-PRESIDENT
STATE HIGHWAY ENGINEER
FRANK T. SHEETS, SECRETARY
CHIEF HIGHWAY ENGINEER
W. W. MACK, TREASURER
SECRETARY HIGHWAY COMMISSION
C. S. AVERY, OKLAHOMA
C. M. BABCOCK, MINNESOTA
WM. H. CONNELL, PENNSYLVANIA
T. H. MAC DONALD
BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS
WASHINGTON, D. C.
J. N. MACKALL, MARYLAND
W. R. NEEL, GEORGIA
P. D. SARGENT, MAINE
Z. E. SEVISON, WYOMING
H. M. TOY, CALIFORNIA
F. R. WHITE, IOWA
638-639 MUNSEY BUILDING
WASHINGTON, D. C.
W. C. MARKHAM. EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
June 19, 1926.
Mr. C. S. Avery, Member
Executive Committee, AASHO
Dear Mr. Avery:
I am enclosing herewith several ballots in reference to
the numbering of the highways. These ballots are limited entirely
to the State System of Pennsylvania and connections with Pennsylvania
from Ohio and West Virginia. The delay in forwarding these ballots
on the System in Pennsylvania has been due to the fact that it was
necessary to make sure of the connections with these other States.
Kindly mark your ballots and return the same in order that our
records may be complete on this matter.
President Page instructs me to say that in view of the
fact that it is difficult to add numbers at the request of the
Highway Departments without a general meeting of the Executive
Committee, where the roads affect more than one State, I shall not
forward any further ballots to the members of the Executive Committee,
except where the roads affected are entirely within the borders of
the State interested.
In the meantime, we are completing copies of the map of
the United States, including the roads designated by the Joint Board
and the Executive Committee and will furnish a copy to each member
of the Executive Committee for his study and information in order
that when the committee does meet the entire matter can be canvassed
for final report to the Association.
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