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Joseph Strauss (engineer) - Wikipedia


Joseph Baermann Strauss (January 9, 1870 – May 16, 1938) was an American structural ... Joseph Strauss had many hobbies. .... Strauss, Joseph B. (1938).

Joseph Strauss . Golden Gate Bridge . WGBH American Experience ...


Strauss' detractors blocked a statue of the chief engineer proposed for the bridge ... inscribing it, "Joseph B. Strauss, 1870-1938, 'The Man Who Built the Bridge.

Joseph Baermann Strauss | ASCE


Joseph B. Strauss, the son of noteworthy artist Raphael Strauss, was born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1870. Unlike his father, Joseph turned to engineering at the ...

Profile of Golden Gate engineer Joseph Strauss - UC Magazine


The University of Cincinnati Magazine publishes an article from 1987 about UC alumnus and Golden Gate Bridge designer and engineer Joseph Strauss, ...

Joseph B. Strauss | American engineer | Britannica.com


Jul 28, 1999 ... American civil engineer and builder of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco ( see). After graduating from the University of Cincinnati in 1892, ...

Joseph B Strauss Statue - Presidio National Park - 4 tips - Foursquare


See 18 photos and 4 tips from 235 visitors to Joseph B Strauss Statue. "Joseph Baermann Strauss (January 9, 1870 – May 16, 1938) was an..."

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Apr 28, 2013 ... Joseph Baermann Strauss (January 9, 1870 – May 16, 1938) was an ... Cumbres De Las Ciencias Y La Técnica 063 Joseph B Strauss Y El ...

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Joseph B. Strauss, Charles A. Ellis, and the Golden Gate Bridge ...


Its design has generally been attributed to Joseph Strauss, but recent evidence proves that Charles Ellis was the prime designer of the bridge between 1929 and  ...

Golden Gate Bridge - Joseph B. Strauss - Great Buildings Architecture


Golden Gate Bridge by Joseph B. Strauss architect, at San Francisco, California, 1933 to 1937, architecture in the Great Buildings Online.