Original photograph of the Bayonne Bridge in New York City

[Bayonne Bridge] Fay S. Lincoln [F.S. Lincoln] (photographer)

N.p. N.p., Circa 1932. Vintage photograph of the Bayonne Bridge, connecting Staten Island in New York City with Bayonne, New Jersey, spanning the Kill Van Kull tidal strait. Shot by photographer F.S. Lincoln, circa 1932. "American Architecture" labels and specifications of the Chief Engineer for the Port of New York Authority on the recto and verso. The photograph was shot and struck in the same year the bridge's completion.

An artful, "head-on" geometric viewing of the massive structure, the sixth-longest steel arch bridge in the world, one of four connecting New Jersey with Staten Island. The other two bridges are the Goethals Bridge (Elizabeth, NJ) and Outerbridge Crossing (Perth Amboy, NJ).

Photograph 7 x 9.25 inches, mounted to gray art board measuring 11 x 14 inches. Near Fine.

[Book #156786]