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Views 1-5 of a set of 23 images. Accompanied by: Photographs, written historical and descriptive data / report prepared by Bonnie Wehle Parks and John W. Snyder (California Dept. of Transportation).  leaves ; 28 cm. HAER CA-137. Includes bibliographical references. View 1 (2011-1207). CA-137-1. Contextual aerial view of bridge in setting, from upstream, view to west-northwest -- view 2 (2011-1208). CA-137-2. Contextual aerial view of bridge in setting, view to north-northeast -- view 3 (2011-1209). CA-137-3. Contextual aerial view of bridge in setting, from downstream, view to east-southeast -- view 4 (2011-1210). CA-137-4. Contextual aerial view of bridge in setting, view to south-southwest -- view 5 (2011-1211). CA-137-5. Contextual aerial view of bridge in setting, view to southeast. Chili Bar Bridge is reinforced-concrete, open-spandrel, fixed-arch structure consisting of seven spans (a main span, three arch spans and two cantilevered approach spans). It spans the South Fork of the American River on State Highway 193, Chili Bar, El Dorado County. Fourth bridge to be built at this location, work was completed in 1922. Designed by John Buck Leonard; Henry Lahiff was supervisor and inspector of job, constructed by John H. May of Napa.
Photographs. Nonprojected graphic
5 photographic prints ; 8 x 10 in.and 10 x 8 in.
Leonard, John B.,, 1864-1945 Lahiff, Henry,, 1868- Bridges--California--El Dorado County Rivers--California El Dorado County (Calif.)--Photographs Chili Bar (El Dorado County, Calif.)--Photographs American River, South Fork (Calif.)--Photographs Photographic prints Aerial photographs
California El Dorado County El Dorado County (Calif.) Chili Bar (El Dorado County, Calif.) American River, South Fork (Calif.)