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Brown, Jeff, “Surveying with the Stars: the Mason-Dixon Line,” Civil Engineering Magazine, November 2013, 42-45.

Articles in: Proceedings of the ICE - Engineering History and Heritage, November 2013, Volume 166, Issue 4,

Isaac, Catherine, “Various perspectives on eighteenth-century bridges in Languedoc, France.”

Clarke, Leslie, “Making Rennie’s 1796 Lune aqueduct watertight again.”

Birnstiel, Charles, “Collapse of a cable-stayed road bridge in Germany in 1825.”

Durant, Stuart, “Gustave Eiffel: aerodynamic experiments 1903–1921.”   

The University of California, Riverside has recently placed online hundreds of documents and photographs pertaining to the construction of the William Mulholland’s 223 mile long Los Angles Aqueduct. The Aqueduct is celebrating its 100th birthday this year and was called one of the most ambitious public works projects of its time.  

 Example of photograph from collection
 Example of photograph from collection