Presenter: Carol Simon Levin, professional storyteller and independent historian
Thursday, March 11, 2021; 7:00 - 8:00 PM
Many books and films have featured the Brooklyn Bridge and millions of people have crossed it. It was the one of the most amazing technological achievements of its time, yet few people know that a woman helped supervise much of its construction. After her husband became bedridden, Emily Roebling became his liaison to the project – eventually communicating with the engineers and suppliers so well that it was rumored that she had become the Chief Engineer herself!
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