The Hope Memorial Bridge, which spans across the Cuyahoga River, was built in Cleveland, Ohio in 1932. The bridge features Art Deco pylons standing 43 feet tall of sandstone carved winged figures holding a vehicle. In 1983, the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge was renamed the Hope Memorial Bridge in tribute to William Henry Hope, a Cleveland stonemason and father of entertainer Bob Hope.
November 6th, 2022
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