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BUILDING OF NEW ANDERSON BRIDGE PROCEEDING STEADILY

(From the CRIMSON issue of May 1, 1913)

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The construction of the new Anderson Bridge over the Charles River at Boylston Street is progressing steadily. The contractors have erected coffer dams, and are now at work on the piers which will carry the new edifice. The foundations will be completed soon, and the construction will then move rapidly.

The small, temporary wooden bridge will accommodate pedestrians throughout this spring, and also for the early football games next fall. The new bridge, when completed, will be of brick and concrete, in harmony with the general style of University buildings, and will be able to accommodate the large crowds on days of athletics events.

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