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South Claiborne Avenue Overpass Dedication
December, 1954
[Photography by Leon Trice]
South Claiborne Avenue Overpass
Attached text: Giant $4.5 million South Claiborne Overpass which spans the consolidated railroad tracks leading to the new Union Passenger Terminal. The riverside roadway is now open and the lakeside roadway will be ready in the fall. When completed, this structure, which lies on the route of Highway 90 through New Orleans, is expected to carry 35,000 cars a day.
Unknown date
[Photography by "Cole" Coleman]
South Claiborne Avenue Overpass Pile Driving Ceremony: From left, William G. Zetzmann, Sr., Governor Kennon, Mayor Morrison and George S. Covert
September 22, 1952
[Photography by Leon Trice]
South Claiborne Avenue Overpass: From left, William G. Zetzmann, Sr., Robert Kennon, deLesseps Morrison and George S. Covert
Unknown date
South Claiborne Avenue Overpass Pile-driving ceremony
Unknown date
[Photography by Leon Trice]
South Claiborne Avenue Overpass Pile-driving ceremony
September 22, 1952
[Photography by Leon Trice]
South Claiborne Avenue Overpass Pile-driving ceremony: Governor Robert Kennon
September 22, 1952
[Photography by Leon Trice]
South Claiborne Avenue Overpass Pile-driving ceremony: Governor Robert Kennon
September 22, 1952
[Photography by Leon Trice]
South Claiborne Avenue Overpass Dedication
December, 1954
[Photography by Leon Trice]
South Claiborne Avenue Overpass Dedication
December, 1954
[Photography by Leon Trice]
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