In the late 1800s, few may have imagined that a civil engineer specializing in bridges and other steel designs would help revolutionize not only the skyline of carnivals and fairs, but summertime …
This content is only avaiable to subscribers. If you are a subscriber, please log in or create a website account. Otherwise, please consider supporting community journalism by subscribing.
If you already have an account, log in for continued access.
Current print subscribers can activate a website
account by clicking here.
Please consider supporting community journalism by subscribing.
Other items that may interest you