10. Bird's-eye view of the Great Suspension Bridge connecting the cities of New York and Brooklyn from New York looking south-east
Franklin Square Lithographic Company
22. The builders of the bridge dedicated to the memory of Emily Warren Roebling, 1843-1903, whose faith and courage helped her husband Col. Washington A. Roebling, C.E., 1837-1926, complete the construction of this bridge from the plans of his father John A. Roebling, C.E., 1806-1869, who gave his life to this bridge back of every great work we can find the self-sacrificing devotion of a woman : this tablet erected in 1951 by the Brooklyn Engineers Club with funds raised by popular subscription
Dick, Archibald L., approximately 1805-approximately 1855
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