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Bridge to South Park at night.
A horse drawn carriage and people are walking across the South Park Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Group of men standing near the middle of the bridge. Two are fighting.  Some men on the walkways of the bridge. Edge of bridge can be seen. In the distance you can see hills and the pathway.
Parade about to begin on South Park Bridge. Speaker addressing the public.
A completed South Park bridge can be seen near dark. The lights illuminate the walkways. Two people can be seen viewing bridge.
Cars can be seen passing over completed South Park bridge.
People surround a table for celebration. Balloons on light poles indicate celebration.
Before parade, speaker addresses public on South Park bridge. WBOY news crew can be seen at bottom of picture. Parade members are ready to march.
Speaker addressing public on New South Park bridge. Parade members can be seen behind speaker. Man holding microphone in lower right hand corner of picture.
Construction worker walking across completed South Park bridge.
A plaque can be seen on the newly completed South Park bridge. The plaque contains the bridge number and the year it was built.
A group of people can be seen near the end of the South Park bridge surrounding a table. Behind the group of people is a display sign for the Project Mohawk.
A horse-drawn carraige and people are crossing the South Park Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Four people hold scissors to cut the ribbon.
Just after the ribbon was cut.
Sign reading 'South Park Bridge, Project Mohawk' is in place at the end of the bridge.
Food and drinks are being served here.
View of South Park looking across the bridge.
Postcard photograph of the South Park Bridge, also known as the Pleasant Street Bridge. Deckers Creek flows under the bridge. See the original for the correspondence written on the back.