National Geographic : 1931 Nov
'-I Photograph byCapt. Albert W.Stevens THE GREAT CONCRETE-STEEL WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT BRIDGE Or ARCHES High above tree-shaded Rock Creek, it spans a tongue of Rock Creek Park, whose main body, including theNational Zoological Park, liestothe left. Under this bridge, to connect Rock Creek Park and Potomac Park, along the river, a winding scenic highway isbeing completed. Originally known as the Connecticut Avenue Bridge, the structure was recently renamed for the former President and ChiefJustice oftheUnited States, who until ashort time before his death took daily strolls across it from his residence near by (see page 541).