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Bridges [electronic resource]

The Golden Gate Bridge (6/10/37, San Francisco), a military bridge (10/22/31, Brandywine Creek, U.S.A.), and the Tacoma Narrows Bridge (2/12/40, Washington State) are the subjects of this video clip.
Online
2012
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Modern Marvels: Golden Gate Bridge [electronic resource]

Called one of the wonders of the modern world, the Golden Gate Bridge is a monument to technology. This program tells the story of Joseph Strauss, an engineering visionary who won the support necessary to create a masterpiece of design and function.
Online
1996
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The Battle of the Bulge ; The Battle of Germany

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Combining graphic combat footage and expert commentary, this is a commanding view of the battles and strategy, the men and machines, and the horror and heroism that marked World War II. [Episode 1] Close-up footage covers the street fighting in Aachen, attack and breakthrough at the Siegfried line, and deadly battles in H?urtgen Forest. This costly battle dealt the final blow to the Nazi war machine. [Episode 2] With a combined British, Canadian offensive along the battle front, and the remaining bridge at Remagen, Eisenhower was able to establish a bridgehead into the Fatherland.
Online
1995; 1983
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Golden Gate Bridge

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The story of the Golden Gate Bridge, one of the foremost man-made tourist attractions in the United States, which critics said could never be built.
VHS
1995; 1994
Ivy (By Request)
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Opening the Williamsburg Bridge

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The film was shot on the roadway of the newly constructed Williamsburg Bridge. The first people to come into view are press photographers carrying large wooden "box" cameras. Next, a parade of dignitaries and military representatives, accompanied by members of the press, is photographed passing the camera position led by a standard bearer whose banner reads "MAYOR". The mayor of New York was Seth Low, a lame-duck at the time of filming, having been defeated in November, 1903 by George B. McClellan. The Williamsburg Bridge, a combined cantilever and suspension bridge, crosses the East River from Delancey and Clinton Streets, Manhattan, to Roebling and S. 5th Streets, Williamsburg. Built at a cost of twelve million dollars, it held two lanes of roadway, two "L" tracks, four trolley tra [...]
FilmOnline
1904
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Opening of New East River Bridge, New York

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The first view is from the roadway of the Williamsburg are seen. From another camera position, taken over the heads of the crowd, buildings around the waterfront are seen, and the dignitaries, led by a standard bearer again pass the camera. The banner reads "MAYOR." Next, a covered platform, draped in flag bunting is shown, where the people previously seen have gone to begin the ceremonies. There is a brass band playing in front of the platform]. Next, an unidentified speaker, probably Mayor Seth Low, can be seen addressing the crowd.
FilmOnline
1903
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Panorama of Blackwell's Island, N.Y.

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This film was photographed from a boat heading south along the eastern shore of Blackwell's Island (known today as Roosevelt Island). The island lies in the East River, between Manhattan (which can be seen in the background) and Long Island City, Queens. It is approximately one and three-quarters of a mile long, extending from 51st Street to 88th, and at the time of the filming was the location for a number of New York City's charitable and penal institutions. The film opens showing the lighthouse at the north end of the island (Hallet's Cove). As the boat enters the east channel of the river, the stacks of a large brewery on Manhattan are visible in the distance. The camera pans along the island's granite seawall (built by inmates of the Penitentiary and Workhouse) and the following [...]
FilmOnline
1903
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Parade of Horses on Speedway

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The film is of a parade of fine horses and fashionable carriages taken along what is now the Harlem River Drive, in the Highbridge section of northern Manhattan. The view is from the Manhattan side of the river looking north. On the right is the Harlem River and on the opposite bank, the Bronx. Prominent in the background is the High Bridge at 175th Street, an important landmark completed in 1842 as part of the Croton aqueduct system. Beyond the High Bridge is the Washington Bridge at 181st Street. The "Speedway" was built in 1900 at a cost of over three million dollars.
FilmOnline
1903
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Panorama Water Front and Brooklyn Bridge From East River

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This film depicts the East River shoreline and the piers of lower Manhattan starting at about Pier 5 (the New York Central Pier) opposite Broad Street, and extending to the Mallory Line steamship piers just south of Fulton Street and the Brooklyn Bridge. The film begins with shots of canal boats or barges (from the Erie Canal via the Hudson River) docked at and around Coenties Slip. As the film progresses, the New York Produce Exchange located at Bowling Green, Manhattan, with its distinct tower, comes into view in the background. Between here and the Wall Street ferry, there follows in order of appearance: steam tugs, a wooden hull barkentine with box barges alongside, a docked iron hull sailing ship, probably British, an ocean steamer with yards on the foremast, a derrick lighter l [...]
FilmOnline
1903
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Skyscrapers of New York City, From the North River

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Filmed from a moving boat, the film depicts the Hudson River (i.e., North River) shoreline and the piers of lower Manhattan beginning around Fulton Street and extending to Castle Garden and Battery Park. It begins at one of the American Line piers (Pier 14 or 15, opposite Fulton Street) where an American Line steamer, either the "New York" or "Paris," is seen docked. The camera passes one of the Manhattan-to-New Jersey commuter ferries to Jersey City or Communipaw. Proceeding south, the distinct double towers of the Park Row, or Syndicate Building, erected in 1897-98, can be seen in the background . A coastal freighter is next, then Trinity Church appears, to the left of which can be seen the Surety Building, as a tug with a "C" on the stack passes in foreground. Several small steamb [...]
FilmOnline
1903