Governor Patrick Lucey Highway

 © Photographed June 13, 2015
Erected 1965 by Wisconsin Historical Society
Lynxville, Crawford County, Wisconsin
43° 13.565′ N, 91° 4.554′ W

GOVERNOR PATRICK LUCEY
HIGHWAY

STH 35 from the village of Ferryville in
Crawford County to the city of Prairie du Chien
in Crawford County is designated as the
"Governor Patrick Lucey Highway" in recognition of
Patrick J. Lucey, who served as both governor of
Wisconsin from 1971 to 1977 and as the
U.S. Ambassador to Mexico from 1977 to 1979.
Dedicated by authority of Wisconsin Statute 84.10355

The marker is located at a highway pull-off on northbound Great River Road / Highway 35, between Leitner Hollow Road and County Highway F,  Eastman, Wisconsin 54626.

The marker is located on Great River Road Wisconsin.

See also, Marker 528: Patrick Joseph Lucey, a related marker at a nearby location.
See also, Marker 149: Rafting on the Mississippi, also at this location.



 Looking north along the Great River Road (the marker is visible to the right).

The marker is located in Lynxville, Wisconsin.

Another marker further north, in Ferryville.
Ferryville, Crawford County, Wisconsin
43° 20.815′ N, 91° 5.771′ W

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