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1910

  • Work on this object began.

1920

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Drawing, Bridge for the New York Connecting Railroad, Queens Boulevard, Long Island, 1910–20

This is a Drawing. It was architect: Arnold William Brunner. It is dated 1910–20 and we acquired it in 1948. Its medium is graphite, pen and black ink, white chalk on paper. It is a part of the Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design department.

This object was donated by Mrs. Arnold W. Brunner. It is credited Gift of Mrs. Arnold W. Brunner.

Its dimensions are

51 x 59 cm (20 1/16 x 23 1/4 in.)

It is signed

Signed in drawing, lower right: ARNOLD W. BRUNNER / ARCHITECT.

It is inscribed

Inscribed, lower center margin: BRIDGE / FOR THE / NEW YORK CONNECTING RAILROAD / QUEENS BOULEVARD L. I. / ARNOLD W BRUNNER / ARCHITECT

Cite this object as

Drawing, Bridge for the New York Connecting Railroad, Queens Boulevard, Long Island, 1910–20; Architect: Arnold William Brunner (American, 1857–1925); USA; graphite, pen and black ink, white chalk on paper; 51 x 59 cm (20 1/16 x 23 1/4 in.); Gift of Mrs. Arnold W. Brunner; 1948-47-351

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