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Re: Highway 67 in Madison Co. Mo
Posted by: Stu (ID *****0757) Date: October 12, 2011 at 08:04:14
In Reply to: Highway 67 in Madison Co. Mo by Jan emme of 571

Are you asking about Highway 67 north or south of Fredericktown?

I can email you some newspaper articles on Highway 67 that extends south of Fredericktown. There were articles in 1930, 1933 and 1936 where the State Highway Commission was urged to pave Highway 67 from Poplar Bluff north to Fredericktown. In July, 1940 there was an article where the Highway Commission announced that they would use concrete for the resurfacing of a five-mile stretch of Highway 67 south of Fredericktown - from Fredericktown south to the intersection with Route A.

By the way, in 1937 there was an article stating that Highway 67 had to be relocated between Fredericktown and Poplar Bluff due to the Wappapello Dam and the creation of a new lake. However, that would have been much further south of Frederickburg.


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