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Bridges

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:

Bridge and Ferry Division photographs

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 5010.004
Scope and Contents Photographs and negatives of bridges and ferries. Subjects include views of City bridge, ferry, and pier facilities before, during, and after repairs, views of fire boats and ferry boats moored at these facilities, and views of motor vehicles involved in accidents damaging these facilities.

Bridge and Ferry Division plans

 Collection
Identifier: 5010.001
Scope and Contents Obsolete and superseded architectural and engineering drawings of the Bridge and Ferry Division for the following facilities: public ways such as bridges, streets, tunnels, navigable water bodies, ferries and ferry facilities, and miscellaneous city facilities such as cemeteries, garages, piers, sewage and rubbish facilities, parks and other open spaces, monuments, development plans, bulkheads, hospitals, penal facilities, MBTA facilities and vehicles, schools, bathhouses, Harbor islands, and...

Bridge and Ferry Division records

 Collection
Identifier: 5010.006
Scope and Contents Subject files and miscellaneous records documenting the work of the Bridge and Ferry Division of the Public Works Department. Also includes a sampling of log books for three bridges.

Bridge history cards

 Series
Identifier: 5010.003
Scope and Contents note Constitutes a historical summary of each structure at the time compiled, with the earliest and latest construction work being 1839-1922. Composed on 5"x8" cards and alphabetically arranged by geographic name, usually a street or water body associated with the structure. Base information was derived from research done in the City Documents and City Council Minutes, and annotated as alterations and repairs were made.

Bridge survey reports

 Series
Identifier: 5010.002
Scope and Contents note Bridge inspection reports completed as part of a Federal Emergency Relief project in 1935.

Commissioner of Public Works correspondence files

 Collection
Identifier: 5000.001
Scope and Contents This collection includes the incoming and outgoing correspondence files of the Commissioner of the Public Works Department from 1961-2010. It includes the files of Commissioner James W. Haley (1961-1965), Commissioner John F. Flaherty (1965-1968), Commissioner Joseph F. Casazza (1968-2007), and Chief of Public Works and Transportation Dennis Royer (2006-2010) The files are arranged alphabetically by subject and include correspondence along with reports, publications, photographs and other...

Law Department records

 Collection
Identifier: 0700.007
Scope and Contents note This collection includes files kept by the City's Law Department on various issues, cases, questions that came before the department during the 20th century. Significant issues, etc. represented in this collection include the Cocoanut Grove Fire, West End Redevelopment, World War, City Real estate holdings, gifts to the city, bridge construction, City Hospital, City Hall construction and many others. The first series includes a numbered reference file that was kept by the Law Department from...

Map position no. 1

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0001

Map position no. 1, 1939

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0001
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

Map position no. 2

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0002

Map position no. 2, 1939

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0002
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

Map position no. 3

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0003

Map position no. 3, 1939

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0003
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

Map position no. 4

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0004

Map position no. 4, 1939

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0004
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

Map position no. 5

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0005

Map position no. 5, 1939

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0005
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

Map position no. 6

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0006

Map position no. 6, 1939

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0006
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

Meridian Street Bridge photographs

 Collection
Identifier: 5010.007
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

Public Works Department contracts

 Series
Identifier: 5000.004
Scope and Contents Specifications and contracts for Public Works Department projects kept by the Public Works Department Bridge and Ferry Division and Contract Office.

[Ship on Chelsea Creek near the Meridian Street Bridge]

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0009

[Ship on Chelsea Creek near the Meridian Street Bridge]

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0007

[Ship on Chelsea Creek near the Meridian Street Bridge], circa 1930-1940

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0007
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[Ship on Chelsea Creek near the Meridian Street Bridge], circa 1930-1940

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0009
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[Ship passing through Meridian Street Bridge opening]

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0008

[Ship passing through Meridian Street Bridge opening], circa 1930-1940

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0008
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[Streetview of the Meridian Street Bridge]

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0029

[View of Chelsea Creek from an unknown ship deck]

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0015

[View of Chelsea Creek from an unknown ship deck], circa 1930-1940

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0015
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of oil storage tanks on Chelsea Creek]

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0035

[View of oil storage tanks on Chelsea Creek], circa 1930-1940

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0035
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of ships on Chelsea Creek]

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0037

[View of ships on Chelsea Creek], circa 1930-1940

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0037
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of the Meridian Street Bridge]

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0030

[View of the "Mobilgas" ship]

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0014

[View of the ship "Malacca" passing through the Meridian Street Bridge], circa 1930-1940

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0032
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of the ship "Malacca" passing through the Meridian Street Bridge], circa 1930-1940

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0033
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of the ship "Mobilgas"], circa 1937-1942

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0014
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of the ship "Mobilgas" on Chelsea Creek]

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0012

[View of the ship "Mobilgas" on Chelsea Creek], circa 1937-1942

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0011
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of the ship "Mobilgas" on Chelsea Creek], circa 1937-1942

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0012
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of the ship "Mobilgas" on the Chelsea River]

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0011

[View of the ship "Pan-Amoco"]

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0013

[View of the ship "Pan-Amoco"], circa 1937-1942

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0013
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of the ship "Pan Florida" on Chelsea Creek]

 Digital Image
Identifier: 5010007_0036

[View of the ship "Pan Florida" on Chelsea Creek], circa 1930-1940

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0036
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of the ship "Pan Massachusetts" in front of Jenney Manufacturing Company tank], circa 1930-1940

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0016
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of the ship "Salem Maritime" passing through the Meridian Street Bridge], 1946

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0017
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of the ship "Salem Maritime" passing through the Meridian Street Bridge], 1946

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0018
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of the ship "Salem Maritime" passing through the Meridian Street Bridge], 1946

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0020
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of the ships "Pan Massachusetts" and "Irene W. Allen" on Chelsea Creek], circa 1930-1940

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0010
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of two tugboats passing through the Meridian Street Bridge], 1946

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0019
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.

[View of two tugboats passing through the Meridian Street Bridge], 1946

 Item
Identifier: 5010007_0021
Scope and Contents This set of photographs was most likely taken by members of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The photographs shows various cargo ships and other vessels transiting the Chelsea Creek (aka Chelsea River) and passing through the Meridian Street Bridge in East Boston.