Cottonwood Main Street Bridge
detailsUnknown Unknown br0132pg.jpg BR-0132 B&W 1015-0132-0007 br0132pg Print 4x6 Historic Photographs c. 1934 Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives
This stone bridge was built between 1060 and 1124 N. Main Street in Cottonwood, Arizona. Today, it is located on the north end of Old Towne Cottonwood area.
This was a Civil Works Administration (C.W.A.) construction project, part of the New Deal program put forth during Franklin D. Roosevelt's first presidential term.
This stone bridge is being built across a wash, now called Cottonwood Ditch, which is close to the Verde River. The bridge construction was completed in 1934.
The Liberty Collision Works Building, which was still standing in 2008 at 1060 N. Main, served as a field office for work relief groups.
The photo shows the view looking west in the late afternoon.
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