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Photo, Print, Drawing Glendale-Hyperion Viaduct, Spanning Golden State Freeway (Interstate 5) and Los Angeles River, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA

[ Photos from Survey HAER CA-272  ]

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[ Drawings from Survey HAER CA-272  ]
[ Data Pages from Survey HAER CA-272  ]
[ Photo Captions from Survey HAER CA-272  ]

About this Item

Title

  • Glendale-Hyperion Viaduct, Spanning Golden State Freeway (Interstate 5) and Los Angeles River, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA

Names

  • Historic American Engineering Record, creator
  • Butler, Merrill
  • Shaw, John C.
  • Enger, A. L.
  • Cortelyou, H. P.
  • Lange & Bergstrom
  • Winter, H. H.
  • City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering
  • DeLony, Eric N., project manager
  • Johnston, Andrew, field team supervisor
  • Ammer, Erin E., field team
  • Currie, Jason, field team
  • Day, Grant, field team
  • Greenwood, David, field team
  • Larson, Heather, field team
  • Lee, Portia, historian
  • Watson, Elizabeth, historian
  • Grogan, Brian C., photographer
  • O'Connell, Kristen, transmitter
  • California Department of Transportations, sponsor
  • Dewey, William B., photographer
  • McPartland, Mary, transmitter

Created / Published

  • Documentation compiled after 1968

Headings

  • -  vehicular bridges
  • -  transportation
  • -  concrete arch bridges
  • -  California--Los Angeles County--Los Angeles

Latitude / Longitude

  • 34.113802,-118.265355

Notes

  • -  Significance: Glendale-Hyperion Bridge is significant as one of the twelve Historic bridges over the Los Angeles River determined eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. It has also been designated City of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #164 declared October 20, 1976. Glendale-Hyperion viaduct solved a serious problem of traffic congestion and improved the main traffic artery between the City of Los Angeles and Glendale. The construction of a viaduct across the river, two smaller viaducts connecting adjoining street, a Pacific Electric Railway underpass and a street grade separation, provided a connection to Hyperion Avenue, part of a planned cross-town thoroughfare to the west of Los Angeles bypassing downtown.
  • -  Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N847
  • -  Survey number: HAER CA-272
  • -  Building/structure dates: 1926-1928 Initial Construction

Medium

  • Photo(s): 35
  • Color Transparencies: 1
  • Measured Drawing(s): 1
  • Data Page(s): 12
  • Photo Caption Page(s): 8

Call Number/Physical Location

  • HAER CA-272

Source Collection

  • Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Repository

  • Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print

Control Number

  • ca2897

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Chicago citation style:

Historic American Engineering Record, Creator, Merrill Butler, John C Shaw, A. L Enger, H. P Cortelyou, Lange & Bergstrom, H. H Winter, et al., Grogan, Brian C, and William B Dewey, photographer. Glendale-Hyperion Viaduct, Spanning Golden State Freeway Interstate 5 and Los Angeles River, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA. California Los Angeles Los Angeles County, 1968. translateds by O'Connell, Kristenmitter, and Mcpartland, Marymitter Documentation Compiled After. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/ca2897/.

APA citation style:

Historic American Engineering Record, C., Butler, M., Shaw, J. C., Enger, A. L., Cortelyou, H. P., Lange & Bergstrom [...] California Department Of Transportations, S., Grogan, B. C. & Dewey, W. B., photographer. (1968) Glendale-Hyperion Viaduct, Spanning Golden State Freeway Interstate 5 and Los Angeles River, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA. California Los Angeles Los Angeles County, 1968. O'Connell, K. & McPartland, M., transs Documentation Compiled After. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ca2897/.

MLA citation style:

Historic American Engineering Record, Creator, et al., photographers by Grogan, Brian C, and William B Dewey. Glendale-Hyperion Viaduct, Spanning Golden State Freeway Interstate 5 and Los Angeles River, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA. trans by O'Connell, Kristenmitter, and Mcpartland, Marymitter Documentation Compiled After. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/ca2897/>.