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  • Tags: Mid-Hudson Bridge

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Color illustration of the Mid-Hudson Bridge with a riverboat passing underneath, at night.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Mid-Hudson Bridge. Text at bottom reads: "Near Roosevelt Memorial Library & Historic Site."

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Color-tinted photograph of the Mid-Hudson Bridge.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Mid-Hudson Bridge.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Mid-Hudson Bridge & Dayliner. Text at bottom reads: "Being built at a cost of $5,000,000, Corner Stone Laid Oct. 11th, 1925."

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Black & white photograph of the Mid-Hudson Bridge, straight on view, from river, with the Poughkeepsie railroad bridge in the distance.

http://192.168.1.18/archive/files/PC3/320-1PC3.jpg
Color-tinted photograph of the Mid-Hudson Bridge & Dayliner. From the reverse: "Dimensions of New Bridge--Corner Stone laid by Governor Alfred E. Smith, October 11th, 1925. Length, 3,000 feet--Main span, 1,500 feet--Shore span, each, 750…

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Color illustration of the Mid-Hudson Bridge in autumn.

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Black & white photograph of the Mid Hudson Bridge from the western shore.

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Color photograph of the Mid-Hudson Bridge, taken from the western shore. From the reverse: "Opened Aug 25, 1930. Located Mid-Way between New York City & Albany, N.Y. Connects Highland with Poughkeepsie, N.Y. & all points east."

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Color photograph of the Mid-Hudson Bridge, taken from the western shore.

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Color illustration. From the reverse: "From window of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Home, Hyde Park, N.Y. This was one of the President's favorite views from his bedroom window. As Governor of New York he dedicated the mid-Hudson Bridge in 1930 in…

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View of the completed western tower of the Mid-Hudson Bridge.

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Color illustration of the completed bridge.

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A view from the eastern bank of the Mid-Hudson Bridge, Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge visible in the background.

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From the main cable to the roadway.

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A view of the roadbed construction.

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A view from the cables, prior to roadway construction.

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A view of the construction catwalks and the eastern bridge approach construction.

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A view of the construction of both towers.

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The sinking of the caisson for the tower construction.

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Illustration of the east tower of the Mid-Hudson Bridge.

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Two crews racing, eights. Mid-Hudson Bridge & western shore in background.

http://192.168.1.18/archive/files/Box20/S36LD20.jpg
Snapshot of the Washington crew mid-race, taken from the coaches launch. The Mid-Hudson Bridge is visible in the background.
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