Aymar Embury II Gallery of NYC New Deal Projects - Photo #7 - Bridges, highways, and tunnels

Photo:  Andrew Moore, in Ballon, Hilary, and Kenneth T. Jackson (editors), Robert Moses and the Modern City: The Transformation of New York, W.W. Norton & Co., New York (2007), p.210.
The Henry Hudson Parkway crosses the Henry Hudson Bridge over Spuyten Duyvil from Manhattan (left) to the Bronx (right). It opened in its original single-deck form (shown above) in 1937, the architect was Aymar Embury II[1,2].
  1. Aymar Embury II Papers, Syracuse University: Embury was "architect and supervisor of a design and construction team that executed more than six hundred projects for the city of New York, including the Triborough Bridge, the Lincoln Tunnel, the Henry Hudson Memorial Bridge, the Whitestone Bridge, the Rainbow Bridge, the Jamaica Bay Bridge and The Port of New York Authority Terminal Building."
  2. The WPA Guide to New York City, The New Press (1939), p.352: "...Aymar Embury II, architect for the Triborough Bridge and the Henry Hudson Bridge."