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This stereograph shows the Kansas Avenue Bridge in Topeka, Kansas. The sign above the bridge reads "No person allowed to ride or drive over the bridge faster than a walk or have on more than 50 head of cattle at one time". The number of cattle allowed to travel over the bridge was later changed to 25. The iron structure was replaced in 1898 by the Melan Bridge.

Creator: Tresslar Bros., Fort Scott, KS.
Date: 1879

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Item Number: 218514
Call Number: FK2.S5 T.51 B *13
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 218514

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