View of Destruction of Mohawk River Bridge at Fultonville, N.Y.
November 23, 1922. New York State wrecking dredge No. 1 tore away middle span of the Mohawk River Bridge. The dredging barge has the sign THE CHIEF OF [Indiscernible] on its side and is under the portion of the bridge on the right. In the center of the photograph, twisted metal and cables that made up the span are on the end of the barge. Groups of people stand on the left and right remaining portions of the bridge. For further information, see n0001ac1.jpg. Blank border around edges of card.
Postal data: unmarked, unposted; Stamp box information: (DOMESTIC ONE CENT; PLACE STAMP HERE; FOREIGN TWO CENTS) printed inside stamp box in stylized lettering; Postcard type: divided back; (FOR CORRESPONDENCE; FOR ADDRESS ONLY); Logo (POST CARD) in stylized lettering; double ribbon-like line in Art Nouveau-style underneath logo with six pointed shield centered under logo, ribbon-like line continues down center of card to divide back; No message; No addressee.
Digitized by Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, Queens College (CUNY). Front Image Digitization Team: GSLIS 757, Digital Imaging Fall 2009, Allison DeMatteo, Jennifer Berry.. Back Image Digitization Team: GSLIS 757, Digital Imaging Fall 2009, Allison DeMatteo, Jennifer Berry.
3.5 in. x 5.5 in.
Pub. by R.J. Rossi, Fultonville, N.Y. [indicated on back only]
Waterways Post Card Collection of Thomas T. Surprenant: Erie Canal