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Harvard Bridge, Spanning Charles River at Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, Suffolk County, MA

Harvard Bridge, Spanning Charles River at Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, Suffolk County, MA

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
E. Lionel Pavlo Engineering Company Incorporated
Wightman , Henry M
Barbour, William S
O`Brien , Hugh
Russell , William E
Greeley , Leander
Metropolitan District Commission
Massachusetts Department of Public Works
Matthews, Nathan
Alger, Alpheus B
Harvard, John
Jackson, William
Cheney, John E
Gale, George W
Shields & Carroll
Barker, W G
Boston Bridge Works
Ward, William H
Boynton Brothers
W.H. Keyes & Company
Miller & Shaw
McInnis, Alexander
Manly Manufacturing Company
Ruth, J
Perry, Lewis F
G.W. & F. Smith Iron Company
Barber Asphalt Paving Comany
Simpson Brothers
Boston Electric Light Company
Cambridge Electric Light Company
Thomson-Houston Motor Company
Tinkham, Samuel E
Brock, Nathan S
Parsons, Charles S
E. Lionel Pavlo Engineering Company Incorporated, contractor
Yearby, Jean P, transmitter
Neudorfer, Brian C, photographer
Jackson, William, delineator
Cheney, John E, delineator
Brearley, Dennis Michael, photographer




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