|Title||Aerial of Ballard Bridge and Salmon Bay from south, Seattle, 1940 |
|Caption||The first Ballard Bridge opened in December 1917, crossing the Lake Washington Ship Canal and linking the Ballard district by road to Seattle. By 1940, the old wooden bridge was considered too unsafe to carry the increased traffic, and it was replaced by a newer, higher span.|
This photo shows the new Ballard Bridge crossing Salmon Bay. Fisherman's Terminal is at the bottom of the image, while the neighborhood of Ballard can be seen at the top. Note the log rafts floating in the bay.
|Notes||Handwritten on image: Fisherman's dock and new Ballard Bridge.|
Handwritten on sleeve: Seattle - bridges - Ballard - airview.
Caption by MOHAI staff.
Date photograph was filed at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer (date of photograph and file date may differ by a month or more): August 17, 1940.
|Subjects||Bridges--Washington (State)--Seattle; Harbors--Washington (State)--Seattle; Logs--Washington (State)--Seattle; Bays--Washington (State)--Seattle; Aerial photographs--Washington (State)--Seattle; Ballard Bridge (Seattle, Wash.); Fishermen's Terminal (Seattle, Wash.) |
|Places||United States--Washington (State)--Seattle|
Ballard (Seattle, Wash.)
Salmon Bay (Wash. : Bay)
|Digital Collection||Museum of History & Industry Photograph Collection |
|Image Number||PI20468 |
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|Credit Line||Seattle Post-Intelligencer Collection, Museum of History & Industry, Seattle; All Rights Reserved |
|Repository||Museum of History & Industry, Seattle (MOHAI) |
|Repository Collection||Seattle Post-Intelligencer Collection |
|Physical Description||1 nitrate negative: b&w; 4 x 5 in.; stained |
|Digital Reproduction Information||Scanned from print made from original negative as a 3000 pixel TIFF image in 8-bit grayscale, resized to 640 pixels in the longest dimension and compressed into JPEG format using Photoshop 6.0 and its JPEG quality measurement 3. |