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"121 Tavern" Mural
Address: 515 Broadway Street  Show Map  Get Directions
City: Lincoln, IL
Phone: 217-732-8687
The 121 Tavern sign is located on the side of Warren Peters Law Office at 515 Broadway Street. Griesedieck Bros. vintage logo advertised a once popular light lager beer lager beer which was brewed from 1850 to 1977 in St. Louis. In 1977, they were purchased by a company which also owned General Brewing, the brewers of Pabst, Pearl, Olympia, and Stroh’s.

Artist: Brian O’Prey of Dublin, Ireland.
"Atlanta: Midway on Illinois’ Mother Road" Mural
Address: Downtown Atlanta  Show Map  Get Directions
City: Atlanta, IL
Phone: 217-732-8687
Designed by Bill Diaz of Pontiac, Illinois, the “Atlanta: Midway on Illinois’ Mother Road” mural captures the spirit of Atlanta’s place on Route 66. Location approximately 150 miles from both Chicago and St. Louis, Atlanta occupies a central spot in the state where the road began. Bill Diaz designed this 20’ x 6’ mural on several large metal panels that were framed together and mounted. The mural was completed in June 2003 during the “LetterRip on Rt. 66” gathering of approximately 100 Letterheads in Atlanta.
"Cities Service" Mural
Address: 403 Broadway Street  Show Map  Get Directions
City: Lincoln, IL
Phone: 217-732-8687
Cities Service was once a very popular full-service station in Lincoln. The sign on the McEntire Building at 403 Broadway Street is a fresh reproduction of the sign that was an advertisement for a nearby "gas station" that no longer exists.

Artist: Stewart Mclaren of Stirling, Scotland
"Falstaff" Mural
Address: 415 Pulaski Street  Show Map  Get Directions
City: Lincoln, IL
Phone: 217-732-8687
Falstaff at 415 Pulaski is painted on the wall in the alley which is very appropriate for the building that is now the Alley-Bi Saloon. Falstaff was founded by German immigrants in the 1840’s in St. Louis. It was purchased by the Griesedieck family in 1920’s but was sold along with the Griesedieck Brewery in 1977.

Artist: Francisco Vargas of Fresno, CA.
"Firehouse Tribute" Mural
Address: SE Vine Street  Show Map  Get Directions
City: Atlanta, IL
Phone: 217-732-8687
Stephen “Conman” Conner of Odell, Illinois painted his first mural at the age of 14 in 1986 and his first paying mural at the age of 20. Conman designed the “Firehouse Tribute” mural in June 2003 during the “LetterRip on Rt. 66” gathering of approximately 100 Letterheads in Atlanta. The mural is a tribute to the men and women of Atlanta who give of themselves in service to the Atlanta Volunteer Fire Department.
"G M & O" Mural
Address: 125 N. Sangamon Street  Show Map  Get Directions
City: Lincoln, IL
Phone: 217-732-8687
The G M & O sign is located on the side of the building at 125 N. Sangamon Street and faces Pekin Street. The Gulf Mobil and Ohio Railways became the Union Pacific, the Illinois Central and now belong to Amtrak. These tracks are a paramount part of Lincoln’s history and once carried the body of Abraham Lincoln from Washington, D.C. back to his resting place in Springfield, IL.

Artists: Andy and Lori Goretski of Tomahawk, WI.
"J.M. Judy & Sons" Mural
Address: 110 SW Arch Street  Show Map  Get Directions
City: Atlanta, IL
Phone: 217-732-8687
During the 1890’s, J.M. Judy operated his grocery store on the first floor of this, the Union building. As the 70’ x 15’ mural attests, Mr. Judy also dealt in Queensware, a popular china pattern of the day, notions, and musical merchandise. Bill Diaz of Pontiac, Illinois created this design using a photo taken in the early 1900s of the original J. M. Judy & Sons mural that adorned the side of the building. This mural was completed in June 2002 during the “Rt. 66 Firecracker Walldog Jam” gathering of approximately 35 Letterheads in Atlanta.
"Lincoln Evening Courier" Mural
Address: 601 Pulaski Street  Show Map  Get Directions
City: Lincoln, IL
Phone: 217-732-8687
The Lincoln Courier celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2006 and has gone by several names during that time. It once resided in this building at 601 Pulaski street and continues to be a part of the Lincoln news community.

Artist: Matthew Rolli of Hudson, WI
"Lincoln Watch" Mural
Address: 711 Broadway Street  Show Map  Get Directions
City: Lincoln, IL
Phone: 217-732-8687
The mural "The Lincoln Watch" originally painted by John Ohnimus of Colorado, was reproduced here because of the beardless Abraham’s connection to Lincoln when he was a country lawyer.

Artist: Cameron Bortz of Pawcatuck, CT
"Lincoln" Mural
Address: Downtown Lincoln  Show Map  Get Directions
City: Lincoln, IL
Phone: 217-732-8687
This mural is located on the back of the Lincoln Theatre at 215 S Kickapoo St. which is a historic building. The theatrical design depicts Abraham Lincoln, a rail splitting fence, a watermelon, corn and other Lincoln, IL specific characteristics.

Artists: Mike Meyer of Mazeppa, MN & David Parr of Peoria, IL

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