Appendix B



Alburn N.B. and Alburn, W.B. This Cleveland of Ours. S.S. Clarke Publishing Company, Cleveland, 193. 4 vols.

Allen, Richard Sander. Covered Bridges of the Middle West. Bonanza Books, New York, 1952.

American Institute of Steel Construction. Prize Bridges, 1973. American Institute of Steel Construction, New York, 1973.

American Wooden Brides. Ed. by the Committee on History and Heritage of American Civil Engineering. American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, 1976.

Bridges of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. Privately printed, Cleveland, 1918.

Campen, Richard N. Ohio: An Architectural Portrait. West Summit Press, Chagrin Falls, Ohio 1973.

Concrete Steel Bridges. Concrete-Steel Engineering Company, New York, 1907.

Condon, George E. Cleveland: The Best Kept Secret, Doubleday and Company, Garden City, New York, 1967.

Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army: U.S. Lake Survey, U.S. Corps of Engineers, Detroit, 1968.

Hampton, Taylor, The Nickel Plate Road. World Publishing Company, Cleveland, 1947.

History of Cleveland and its Environs. Lewis Publishing Company, Cleveland, 1918. 3 vols.

Howard, Needles, Tammen and Bergendoff. Bridges. Prize Bridges. Railroad Bridges.

Industries of Cleveland. The Elstner Publishing Company Cleveland, 1888.

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Liederbach, Robert J. Cleveland Past. Dillon Liederbach, Inc., Cleveland, n.d.

Lorain-Carnegie Bridge and River Improvement, City of Cleveland. City Plan Commission Report, 1926.

Merriam, Mansfield and Jacoby, Henry S. A Textbook on Roofs and Bridges, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1913. 2 vols.

Orth, Samuel P. A History of Cleveland, n.p. Chicago-Cleveland, 1910 vol. 1.

Osborn Engineering Company. Compiled and arranged by G.M.S. Armstrong, Philadelphia, 1906.

Rehor, John. The Nickel Plate Story. Kalmbach Publishing Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1965.

Rose, William Ganson, Cleveland: The Making of A City. World Publishing Company, Cleveland, 1950.

Scherzer Rolling Lift Bridges. The Scherzer Rolling Lift Company, Chicago, 1915.

Steinman, David B. and Watson, Sara Ruth, Bridges and Their Builders. Dover Publications, New York, 1957.

Tyrrell, Henry Grattan. A History of Bridge Architecture. Privately printed, Chicago, 1911.

Waddell, J.A. L. Bridge Engineering. John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1916. 2 vols.

Watson, Wilbur J. Bridge Architecture. William Helburn, New York, 1927. A Decade of Bridges: 1926-1936. J. H. Jansen, Cleveland, 1937.

______. General Specifications for Concrete Bridges. Privately printed, Cleveland, 1908. First Ed.

Wolfs, John. Status of Bridges in the City of Cleveland. (1968). Presentation of John Wolfs. City Engineer of the City of Cleveland to the Sub-Committee of the Ohio State Senate on Public Improvement Inspection (1968)


Blewitt, R.T. and Boston, H.T., “Conception, Design and Fabrication of A Welded Rigid-Frame Railroad Bridge,” Welding Journal, 39, 8. (June, 1960) 577-583. E. 222nd Overpass Bridge.

“Bridge Over A Bridge Under a Bridge,” Engineering-News Record (July 25, 1957)50-2.

“Civic Brevities,” The Clevelander (December, 1927).

“Cleveland Again Bridges Cuyahoga Valley,” Engineering-News-Record, 109, 25(December 22, 1932) 747-9. (Lorain-Carnegie Bridge).

Cuyahoga Voters Will Pass on $15,000,000 Viaduct Proposal-Present Structure Congested, Highway Topic., IV, 4 (October, 1926) 7-8.

Eney, William J. “Model Analysis of Continuous Girders,” Civil Engineering, II, 9 (September, 1941) 521-4.

Garling, Pat “Bridges.” The Cleveland Plain Dealer (November, 1973).Hackerdorn, H.F. “Three-Hinged Concrete Arch Bridge, Bookside Park, “Lakefront Freeway Speeds Cleveland Traffic,” Engineering-News-Record (April 11, 1940) 64-67. Main Avenue Bridge.

Matthew, Pam and Dunbar, Wanda. “Innovative Vogh and Conant Tackles I-480 Bridge,” The Ohio Contractor (November, 1972) 26-34 passim.

Musarra, Russ. “A Moment To Fear,” The Cleveland Press (February 6, 1970).

“New I-77 Project Under Way.” National News, #.3 (December, 1973) 1-2.

Porter, Albert S. “Cuyahoga County’s Transportation Planning,” The Ohio Contractor (November, 1972) 15-61, passim.

Robinson, Ralph E. “Reconstruction of the Detroit-Superior Bridge,” The Ohio Engineer (June, 1968) 6-7.

Schneider, C.C. “Movable Bridges,” in Transaction of the American Society of Civil Engineers (1908)

Treson, William C. “The Clifton-Westlake Bridge”, The Cleveland Plain Dealer (January 12, 1964).

Tyrrell, Henry Grattan, “The Bridges of Cleveland,” The Ohio Architect, Engineer and Builder (1915) pp. 1-8.

Watson, Sara Ruth. “The Central Viaduct,” The Cleveland Plain Dealer (December 10, 1938).

Watson, Wilbur J. “Cleveland’s Forgotten Bridge,” The Ohio Motorist (1934) 4-5.

_____. “Cleveland’s Industrial Areas,” American Architect And Architecture (September, 1938) 73-76.

_____. “Lorain-Carnegie Bridge in Cleveland,” Civil Engineering, 2, 11 (November, 1932) 680-4.

_______. “Steel Centering for the Main Arch of the Rocky River Bridge,” Concrete Engineering, 4 (July 1909) 178-179.


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