The World's Greatest Suspension Bridge Philadelphia to Camden: The Part Played Its Constriction By the American Cable Company, Inc.

New York: American Cable Company, (1926). First edition. Oblong 8vo; 47 pp.; illustrated from photographs. Covers rubbed and grubby; some marginal smudging throughout; else a good copy in original cloth-backed boards with illustration affixed to front board. Photographs of the construction of the Delaware River (later Benjamin Franklin Bridge] connection Camden and Philadelphia. Designed by Ralph Modjeski with architectural desing by Paul Cret, it was briefly the world' slongest suspension span. With an emphasis on the cables, but in a suspension bridge what else really matters? (reprice at 95 for cat). Item #007649

Price: $105.00

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