The Golden Gate Bridge
The Golden Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge spanning the Golden Gate, the opening of the San Francisco Bay into the Pacific Ocean.
On this day in History, Golden Gate Bridge is born on Jan 05, 1933. ... $35 million
in bonded indebtedness, citing the jobs that would be created for the project.
Find out more about the history of Golden Gate Bridge, including videos, ... was
the longest for a suspension bridge until 1981, while its 746-foot towers made it ...
Concept for a Bridge Across the Golden Gate Strait · Construction Statistics ...
Special District Formed - Golden Gate Bridge and Highway District · Construction
What documentaries have been made about the Golden Gate Bridge? What year
did the Golden Gate Bridge appear on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine?
After repairs were made, on December 13, 1933, as a southwest gale battered
the Golden Gate Strait for two days, the access trestle was again battered and
Some sources show these appointments were also made on this date: Clifford E.
Paine is named chief assistance engineer and Irving F. Morrow consulting ...
Golden Gate Bridge Design. In 1921, Joseph B. Strauss hired Charles A. Ellis to
head up his staff and soon advanced him to Vice President, Strauss ...
Apr 14, 2016 ... On this date in 1937, San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge opened to the ...
Charles Crocker, a railroad executive, made a presentation to the ...
t took much more than a clever engineer and a relentless promoter to build the
Golden Gate Bridge. The bridge effort enlisted men by the hundreds to do the ...