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Congress Street Bascule Bridge, Spanning Fort Point Channel at Congress Street, Boston, Suffolk County, MA

Congress Street Bascule Bridge, Spanning Fort Point Channel at Congress Street, Boston, Suffolk County, MA

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Boston Bridge Works
Coleman Brothers Incorporated
Desmond & Lord
Strauss Bascule Bridge Company
Boston Public Works Department Bridge & Ferry Division
Carty, John E
Norwood Noonan Company
Fletcher, H E
McClusky, Lawrence J
Balfour Engineering Company Incorporated
Fairchild Aerial Survey
Carty, John E
Clement, Dan, transmitter
McGinley, Hart, & Associates, contractor
Seeyle, Stevenson, Value, & Knecht, contractor
Lowe, Jet, photographer
Stupich, Martin, photographer
Severy, Robert, photographer
Stott, Peter, historian
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