A history of the St. Louis bridge; containing a full account of every step in its construction and erection, and including the theory of the ribbed arch and the tests of materials. Illustrated by numerous wood-cuts and fifty full-page lithographs and artotypes. By C. M. Woodward.

Author
Woodward, C. M. (Calvin Milton), 1837-1914 [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
St. Louis, G. I. Jones and Company, 1881.
Description
xx, 391 p. illus., port., facsim., front., XLVI pl. (incl. plan, diagrs.) 36 x 29 cm.

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Reproduction note
Photocopy. Copy 2 Grantville, PA : Wert Bookbinding, Inc., 2017. 44 cm.
Other format(s)
Also available in an electronic version.
LCCN
06027094
OCLC
1246326
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