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Delaware & Hudson Canal, Delaware Aqueduct, Spanning Delaware River, Lackawaxen, Pike County, PA

Delaware & Hudson Canal, Delaware Aqueduct, Spanning Delaware River, Lackawaxen, Pike County, PA

 
 
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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Roebling, John A
Wright, Benjamin
Jervis, John B
Lord, R F
Spruks, Charles
Huber, E H
Federal Bridge Company
Wurts, Maurice
Wurts, William
Lackawaxen Bridge Company
Schuyler, P K
Smithsonian Institution, sponsor
American Society of Civil Engineers, sponsor
Vogel, Robert M, project manager
Pollak, Richard J, project manager
Department of Architecture, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, sponsor
Boucher, Jack, photographer
Plowden, David, photographer
Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River, sponsor
Delony, Eric, project manager
Lebovich, Bill, program manager
Bartholomew, Brian D, field team supervisor
Barber, Scott, field team
Guerette, Anne, field team
Knowlan, Elizabeth F, field team
Browne, Sylvie C, field team
Spiegel, Nancy, field team
Christianson, Justine, transmitter
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lackawaxen41.48203, -74.98600
Google Map of 41.482034, -74.9860016
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