This is a monument to one of the founders of the Lincoln Highway, located along its successor, Interstate 80. The art deco memorial was created in 1938, the "L" cement markers are markers for the Lincoln Highway that can be found here and there along its route.
While this blog started out with war memorials, it's covered quite a few trail markers over the years, and indeed I will now be adding that as a category here, meaning I have to go back and edit quite a few old posts. This marker, however, is only the second one I've posted on any of my blogs to highways, the other being the Black and Yellow Road near Gillette.
This marker is quite elaborate and very nice, being both a suitable marker for the Lincoln Highway and a nice example of an art deco piece of art.
Wyoming has also commemorated the highway, the noted individual, and the marker, with its own highway sign.
All of this is located at the same rest stop on Albany County that the Lincoln Memorial is located at. Of note, this marker was moved from its original location, which might have been one that was preferred by the individual commemorated by the marker.