[New York]: 1946-1949.
Ten plans prepared by the engineering firm, Parsons, Brinckerhoff, Hall & MacDonald in New York, and demonstrating the remarkable expansion of infrastructure during the immediate post-war economic boom years in the United States. Dated from 1946 to 1949, the plans are (1) Queensboro Bridge-Manhattan Approach. Plan for the Alleviation of Traffic; (2) Lynchburg Distribution Road. General Plan. (3) Plan for Toledo Waterfront Expansion; (4) Susquehanna River Bridge; (5) Plans of Proposed New Hampshire Turnpike; (6) Route 100. Secaucus to Ridgefield, General Plan; (7) Allegheny County [Pennsylvania] Bridges; (8) Wilbur Cross Parkway, Twin Bore Tunnel. West Rock-New Haven; (9) Northern-Sagtikos State Parkway Extension; and (10) Prospect Avenue Expressway, Bureau of Brooklyn. General Plan. Substantial oblong folio -- 11” x 17” - 51 leaves; with illustrations, maps, sketches and plans. The leaves are mostly printed on the versos, but some printed on both sides.