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The historic Waco Suspension Bridge, now a pedestrian and bicyclists' bridge across the Brazos River in Waco, Texas

The historic Waco Suspension Bridge, now a pedestrian and bicyclists' ...

Title, date, and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. For many years, cattle were driven across the suspension bridge in its early days, when it was covered with dirt. It is now lined wit... more

[Part of Robert Summers's sculpture, "The Waco Chisholm Trail Heritage," near the historic Waco Suspension Bridge, now a pedestrian and bicyclists' bridge across the Brazos River in Waco, Texas]

[Part of Robert Summers's sculpture, "The Waco Chisholm Trail Heritage...

Title from related image: LC-DIG-highsm-29746. Credit line: The Lyda Hill Texas Collection of Photographs in Carol M. Highsmith's America Project, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. Gift; The... more

Part of Robert Summers's sculpture, "The Waco Chisholm Trail Heritage," near the historic Waco Suspension Bridge, now a pedestrian and bicyclists' bridge across the Brazos River in Waco, Texas

Part of Robert Summers's sculpture, "The Waco Chisholm Trail Heritage,...

Title, date, and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. The full sculpture depicts several cowboys and a Mexican vaquero driving longhorn cattle. Cattle were in fact driven across the suspe... more

Highlands Hammock State Park, 5931 Hammock Road, Sebring, Highlands County, FL

Highlands Hammock State Park, 5931 Hammock Road, Sebring, Highlands Co...

2014 Entry HALS Challenge: Documenting the Landscapes of the New Deal, Honorable Mention recipient. Significance: Highlands Hammock State Park is significant in the early twentieth-century history of Florida a... more

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portland, Somerset County, ME

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portla...

Significance: The New Portland (Wire) Bridge is the only early American suspension bridge that remains basically unaltered, aside from John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct. It is also the only extant example of... more

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portland, Somerset County, ME

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portla...

Significance: The New Portland (Wire) Bridge is the only early American suspension bridge that remains basically unaltered, aside from John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct. It is also the only extant example of... more

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portland, Somerset County, ME

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portla...

Significance: The New Portland (Wire) Bridge is the only early American suspension bridge that remains basically unaltered, aside from John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct. It is also the only extant example of... more

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portland, Somerset County, ME

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portla...

Significance: The New Portland (Wire) Bridge is the only early American suspension bridge that remains basically unaltered, aside from John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct. It is also the only extant example of... more

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portland, Somerset County, ME

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portla...

Significance: The New Portland (Wire) Bridge is the only early American suspension bridge that remains basically unaltered, aside from John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct. It is also the only extant example of... more

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portland, Somerset County, ME

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portla...

Significance: The New Portland (Wire) Bridge is the only early American suspension bridge that remains basically unaltered, aside from John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct. It is also the only extant example of... more

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portland, Somerset County, ME

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portla...

Significance: The New Portland (Wire) Bridge is the only early American suspension bridge that remains basically unaltered, aside from John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct. It is also the only extant example of... more

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portland, Somerset County, ME

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portla...

Significance: The New Portland (Wire) Bridge is the only early American suspension bridge that remains basically unaltered, aside from John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct. It is also the only extant example of... more

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portland, Somerset County, ME

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portla...

Significance: The New Portland (Wire) Bridge is the only early American suspension bridge that remains basically unaltered, aside from John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct. It is also the only extant example of... more

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portland, Somerset County, ME

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portla...

Significance: The New Portland (Wire) Bridge is the only early American suspension bridge that remains basically unaltered, aside from John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct. It is also the only extant example of... more

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portland, Somerset County, ME

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portla...

Significance: The New Portland (Wire) Bridge is the only early American suspension bridge that remains basically unaltered, aside from John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct. It is also the only extant example of... more

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portland, Somerset County, ME

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portla...

Significance: The New Portland (Wire) Bridge is the only early American suspension bridge that remains basically unaltered, aside from John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct. It is also the only extant example of... more

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portland, Somerset County, ME

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portla...

Significance: The New Portland (Wire) Bridge is the only early American suspension bridge that remains basically unaltered, aside from John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct. It is also the only extant example of... more

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portland, Somerset County, ME

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portla...

Significance: The New Portland (Wire) Bridge is the only early American suspension bridge that remains basically unaltered, aside from John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct. It is also the only extant example of... more

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portland, Somerset County, ME

New Portland Suspension Bridge, Spanning Carrabasset River, New Portla...

Significance: The New Portland (Wire) Bridge is the only early American suspension bridge that remains basically unaltered, aside from John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct. It is also the only extant example of... more

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