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Skunk from "[Our Earth and its Story: a popular treatise on physical geography. Edited by R. Brown. With ... coloured plates and maps, etc.]"

Skunk from "[Our Earth and its Story: a popular treatise on physical g...

This image has been taken from scan 000042 from volume 02 of "[Our Earth and its Story: a popular treatise on physical geography. Edited by R. Brown. With ... coloured plates and maps, etc.]". The title and sub... More

After Construction of House of Levi Skunk - Bureau of Indian Affairs
Eastern Spotted Skunk

Eastern Spotted Skunk

Florida spotted skunk (Spilogale putorius ambarvalis) is a sub species of the Eastern Spotted skunk and lives in the coastal strand scrub habitat. It is endemic to Florida. They live in burrows of their own mak... More

Eastern Spotted Skunk (2)

Eastern Spotted Skunk (2)

Florida spotted skunk (Spilogale putorius ambarvalis) is a sub species of the Eastern Spotted skunk and lives in the coastal strand scrub habitat. It is endemic to Florida. They live in burrows of their own mak... More

[White House visitor with pet skunk? Washington, D.C.]
Encampment (Long Skunk Camp) - Bureau of Indian Affairs

Encampment (Long Skunk Camp) - Bureau of Indian Affairs

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

House of "Young Skunk" - Bureau of Indian Affairs

House of "Young Skunk" - Bureau of Indian Affairs

Pine Ridge Agency: Miscellaneous Photographs

Skunk cabbage, ferns and alders keep this farmer in the hills hard at work as he attempts to clear an abandoned homestead. Oregon
PAUL FAVOUR, JR., HOLDING SKUNK

PAUL FAVOUR, JR., HOLDING SKUNK

SKUNK IN MAN'S LAP. MAN'S HAND HOLDING A CIGARETTE.

PAUL FAVOUR, JR., HOLDING SKUNK

PAUL FAVOUR, JR., HOLDING SKUNK

SKUNK IN MAN'S LAP. MAN'S HAND HOLDING A CIGARETTE.

SKUNK BY LAURA'S FEET

SKUNK BY LAURA'S FEET

SKUNK BY A PERSON'S FEET.

Photograph of Skunk Sniffing the Air

Photograph of Skunk Sniffing the Air

Original caption: Skunk sniffing the air. Historic Photographs

This is an artist's concept of an X-33 Advanced Technology Demonstrator, a subscale protoptye launch vehicle being developed by NASA Lockheed Martin Skunk Works. (Vehicle configuration current as of 10/97) The X-33 is a subscale prototype of a Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) Lockheed Martin has labeled "Venture Star TM." The X-33 program was cancelled in 2001. X-33

This is an artist's concept of an X-33 Advanced Technology Demonstrato...

This is an artist's concept of an X-33 Advanced Technology Demonstrator, a subscale protoptye launch vehicle being developed by NASA Lockheed Martin Skunk Works. (Vehicle configuration current as of 10/97) The ... More

A left front view of the new TR-1 reconnaissance aircraft, in front of the Skunk Works hangar during its rollout ceremony. The TR-1 is the successor to the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft

A left front view of the new TR-1 reconnaissance aircraft, in front of...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Palmdale State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: MSGT Paul N. Hayashi Release Status: Released to ... More

Looking Up Skunk Hollow Road from Pow-Wow to North

Looking Up Skunk Hollow Road from Pow-Wow to North

1983 Omaha pow-wow. Macy, Nebraska.

Group of slides: 1 Whipman David Blackbird Brings in Flag During Friday Afternoon Grand Entry; 2-3 Willard Phillips Sprays Down Dust in Arena During Supper Break; 4-7 Dorothy Sara Lee and Dennis Hastings Listen to the Tape of Mr. Edward's Indian Chipmunks; 8-11 Campground; 12-13 Midway;  14-15 Booth with Videogames; 16-18 Morgan Lovejoy's Campsite, Pow-Wow from Road on the East; 19-20  Looking Up Skunk Hollow Road from Pow-Wow to North
Contact Sheet: 1A-6A Flag-Lowering Ceremony;  7A-9A Willard Phillips Sprays Down Dust in Arena During Supper Break; 10A-17A Dorothy Sara Lee and Dennis Hastings Listen to the Tape of Mr. Edward's Indian Chipmunks;  18A-19A  Pow-Wow Campground from the West;  21A-22A Midway; 23A Booth with Videogames; 24A-28A Pow-Wow Campground from Road on the East; 29A Looking Up Skunk Hollow Road from Pow-Wow to North; 30A-34A Willard Phillips Sprays Down Dust in Arena During Supper Break; 35A-37A Martie Morris and Family Eat Dinner Along the South Side of the Little Arena
Looking Up Skunk Hollow Road from Pow-Wow to North

Looking Up Skunk Hollow Road from Pow-Wow to North

1983 Omaha pow-wow. Macy, Nebraska.

In this artist's concept, the X-33 Venture Star, a Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV), manufactured by Lockheed Martin Skunk Works, is shown in orbit with a deployed payload. The Venture Star was one of the earliest versions of the RLV's developed to replace the aging shuttle fleet. The X-33 program was cancelled in 2001. X-33

In this artist's concept, the X-33 Venture Star, a Reusable Launch Veh...

In this artist's concept, the X-33 Venture Star, a Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV), manufactured by Lockheed Martin Skunk Works, is shown in orbit with a deployed payload. The Venture Star was one of the earliest... More

In this artist's concept, the X-33 Venture Star, a Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV), manufactured by Lockheed Martin Skunk Works, is shown in orbit with a deployed payload. The Venture Star was one of the earliest versions of the RLV's developed to replace the aging shuttle fleet. The X-33 program was cancelled in 2001. X-33

In this artist's concept, the X-33 Venture Star, a Reusable Launch Veh...

In this artist's concept, the X-33 Venture Star, a Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV), manufactured by Lockheed Martin Skunk Works, is shown in orbit with a deployed payload. The Venture Star was one of the earliest... More

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, Mike Solomon, with Lockheed Martin Technical Operations, studies a part of the X-33 umbilical system during testing. Pointing to the part is Will Reaves, also with Lockheed Martin Technical Operations. A team of Kennedy Space Center experts developed the umbilical system, comprising panels, valves and hoses that provide the means to load the X-33 with super-cold propellant. The X-33, under construction at Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in Palmdale, Calif., is a half-scale prototype of the planned operational reusable launch vehicle dubbed VentureStar KSC-99pp1074

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, Mike Solomon, with Lockheed Mar...

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, Mike Solomon, with Lockheed Martin Technical Operations, studies a part of the X-33 umbilical system during testing. Pointing to the part is Will Reaves, also with Lockhee... More

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, Will Reaves (top of stand), with Lockheed Martin Technical Operations, looks over components of the X-33 umbilical system undergoing testing. A team of Kennedy Space Center experts developed the umbilical system, comprising panels, valves and hoses that provide the means to load the X-33 with super-cold propellant. The X-33, under construction at Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in Palmdale, Calif., is a half-scale prototype of the planned operational reusable launch vehicle dubbed VentureStar KSC-99pp1069

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, Will Reaves (top of stand), wit...

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, Will Reaves (top of stand), with Lockheed Martin Technical Operations, looks over components of the X-33 umbilical system undergoing testing. A team of Kennedy Space Cente... More

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, , Will Reaves and Mike Solomon (kneeling), both with Lockheed Martin Technical Operations, observe parts of the X-33 umbilical system during testing. A team of Kennedy Space Center experts developed the umbilical system, comprising panels, valves and hoses that provide the means to load the X-33 with super-cold propellant. The X-33, under construction at Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in Palmdale, Calif., is a half-scale prototype of the planned operational reusable launch vehicle dubbed VentureStar KSC-99pp1072

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, , Will Reaves and Mike Solomon ...

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, , Will Reaves and Mike Solomon (kneeling), both with Lockheed Martin Technical Operations, observe parts of the X-33 umbilical system during testing. A team of Kennedy Spa... More

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, workers check results from testing the X-33 umbilical system. From left are Greg Melton (left), a NASA engineer; Will Reaves, with Lockheed Martin Technical Operations; and Scott Holcomb, also with Lockheed Martin Technical Operations. A team of Kennedy Space Center experts developed the umbilical system, comprising panels, valves and hoses that provide the means to load the X-33 with super-cold propellant. The X-33, under construction at Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in Palmdale, Calif., is a half-scale prototype of the planned operational reusable launch vehicle dubbed VentureStar KSC-99pp1070

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, workers check results from test...

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, workers check results from testing the X-33 umbilical system. From left are Greg Melton (left), a NASA engineer; Will Reaves, with Lockheed Martin Technical Operations; an... More

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, Greg Melton (left), a NASA engineer, and Will Reaves (right), with Lockheed Martin Technical Operations, look at components of the X-33 umbilical system that is undergoing testing. A team of Kennedy Space Center experts developed the umbilical system, comprising panels, valves and hoses that provide the means to load the X-33 with super-cold propellant. The X-33, under construction at Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in Palmdale, Calif., is a half-scale prototype of the planned operational reusable launch vehicle dubbed VentureStar KSC-99pp1068

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, Greg Melton (left), a NASA engi...

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, Greg Melton (left), a NASA engineer, and Will Reaves (right), with Lockheed Martin Technical Operations, look at components of the X-33 umbilical system that is undergoing... More

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, Mike Solomon (left) and Will Reaves (right), both with Lockheed Martin Technical Operations, move in for a close look at part of the X-33 umbilical system. A team of Kennedy Space Center experts developed the umbilical system, comprising panels, valves and hoses that provide the means to load the X-33 with super-cold propellant. The X-33, under construction at Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in Palmdale, Calif., is a half-scale prototype of the planned operational reusable launch vehicle dubbed VentureStar KSC-99pp1073

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, Mike Solomon (left) and Will Re...

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, Mike Solomon (left) and Will Reaves (right), both with Lockheed Martin Technical Operations, move in for a close look at part of the X-33 umbilical system. A team of Kenne... More

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, Mike Ynclan, with Dynacs, and Greg Melton, a NASA engineer, look at measurements during testing of the X-33 umbilical system. A team of Kennedy Space Center experts developed the umbilical system, comprising panels, valves and hoses that provide the means to load the X-33 with super-cold propellant. The X-33, under construction at Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in Palmdale, Calif., is a half-scale prototype of the planned operational reusable launch vehicle dubbed VentureStar KSC-99pp1071

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, Mike Ynclan, with Dynacs, and G...

At the Launch Equipment Test Facility, Mike Ynclan, with Dynacs, and Greg Melton, a NASA engineer, look at measurements during testing of the X-33 umbilical system. A team of Kennedy Space Center experts develo... More

National parks: Skunk - public domain image
Skunk Cabbage, Indiana Dunes national park

Skunk Cabbage, Indiana Dunes national park

Skunk Cabbage growing in the Dunes.

Flooding - Ames, Iowa, August 11, 2010 -- After a long night and day two survivors of the flooding in Ames take a break. Several hundred Ames residents were evacuated as the Squaw Creek and the Skunk River overflowed.  Jace Anderson/FEMA

Flooding - Ames, Iowa, August 11, 2010 -- After a long night and day t...

The original database describes this as: Title: Iowa Floodfighters Take a Break in Iowa Production Date: 08/11/2010 Caption: Ames, Iowa, August 11, 2010 -- After a long night and day two survivors of the flo... More

Flooding - Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- Workers from the city of Colfax continue to fight receding flooding waters on the edge of the South Skunk River. Hundreds of residents were forced to evacuate after record rains and flooding.  Jace Anderson/FEMA

Flooding - Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- Workers from the city of C...

The original database describes this as: Title: Colfax City Workers pump water from a flooded area in Iowa with a tractor Production Date: 08/16/2010 Caption: Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- Workers from th... More

Flooding - Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- The South Skunk River at Colfax is finally receding after record rainfall and flooding in this central Iowa town. FEMA is working with state and other federal agencies to assist residents and businesses affected by recent flooding.  Jace Anderson/FEMA

Flooding - Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- The South Skunk River at C...

The original database describes this as: Title: The South Skunk River at Colfax, Iowa Production Date: 08/16/2010 Caption: Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- The South Skunk River at Colfax is finally receding... More

Flooding - Clofax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- Workers from the Iowa Interstate Railroad (IAIS) assist with removing flood waters form the downtown area of Colfax. The waters of the South Skunk river began to recede after record rains inundated the town.  Jace Anderson/FEMA

Flooding - Clofax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- Workers from the Iowa Inte...

The original database describes this as: Title: Flooded road in Colfax Iowa Production Date: 08/16/2010 Caption: Clofax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- Workers from the Iowa Interstate Railroad (IAIS) assist with ... More

Flooding - Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- Residents survey damage as waters from the South Skunk River begin to recede. FEMA is coordinating with state and other federal agencies to help the residents and businesses affected. Jace Anderson/FEMA

Flooding - Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- Residents survey damage as...

The original database describes this as: Title: Waters Recede in Colfax, Iowa Production Date: 08/16/2010 Caption: Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- Residents survey damage as waters from the South Skunk Rive... More

Flooding - Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- Waters of the South Skunk River begin to recede after record rains and flooding caused residents to evacuate. Jace Anderson/FEMA

Flooding - Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- Waters of the South Skunk ...

The original database describes this as: Title: Water level marks on a stone marker in Iowa Production Date: 08/16/2010 Caption: Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- Waters of the South Skunk River begin to rece... More

Flooding - Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- Water surrounding the city of Colfax water treatment plant begins to recede following record flooding from the South Skunk river. Hundreds of residents now begin the long clean-up process. Jace Anderson/FEMA

Flooding - Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- Water surrounding the city...

The original database describes this as: Title: Still flooded area of Colfax Iowa Production Date: 08/16/2010 Caption: Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- Water surrounding the city of Colfax water treatment pl... More

Flooding - Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- The South Skunk River overwhelmed the city water treatment plant during the recent flooding.  The city has received record flooding in 1993, 2008 and 2010. Hundreds of residents had to be evacuated.  Jace Anderson/FEMA

Flooding - Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- The South Skunk River over...

The original database describes this as: Title: Flooded area of Colfax Iowa Production Date: 08/16/2010 Caption: Colfax, Iowa, August 16, 2010 -- The South Skunk River overwhelmed the city water treatment pl... More

Yosemite National Park - Skunk Claws - Joseph Dixon National Parks collection
Smell ya later

Smell ya later

Airman 1st Class Isaiah Jordan, 22nd Civil Engineer Squadron pest management controller, releases a skunk, Feb. 24, at McConnell Air Force Base, Kan. CES Airmen handle a variety of pest and nuisance problems ra... More

Tuzigoot National Monument - Striped Skunk, Tuzigoot national monument
Tomales Point Water Sources: Wildlife Monitoring Camera: Striped Skunk - September 19, 2020, 12:52 am

Tomales Point Water Sources: Wildlife Monitoring Camera: Striped Skunk...

A striped skunk visits a seep within the Tomales Point Tule Elk Reserve at 12:52 am on September 19, 2020.

1. The Skunk (Mephitis americana). 2. The Wolverene (Gulo luscus).
Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Significance: The main span of this bridge may be the longest pinned truss remaining in Iowa and serves as a well-preserved example of a Pratt truss subtype - the Pennsylvania truss. The bridge is significant ... More

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Significance: The main span of this bridge may be the longest pinned truss remaining in Iowa and serves as a well-preserved example of a Pratt truss subtype - the Pennsylvania truss. The bridge is significant ... More

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Significance: The main span of this bridge may be the longest pinned truss remaining in Iowa and serves as a well-preserved example of a Pratt truss subtype - the Pennsylvania truss. The bridge is significant ... More

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Significance: The main span of this bridge may be the longest pinned truss remaining in Iowa and serves as a well-preserved example of a Pratt truss subtype - the Pennsylvania truss. The bridge is significant ... More

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Significance: The main span of this bridge may be the longest pinned truss remaining in Iowa and serves as a well-preserved example of a Pratt truss subtype - the Pennsylvania truss. The bridge is significant ... More

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Significance: The main span of this bridge may be the longest pinned truss remaining in Iowa and serves as a well-preserved example of a Pratt truss subtype - the Pennsylvania truss. The bridge is significant ... More

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Significance: The main span of this bridge may be the longest pinned truss remaining in Iowa and serves as a well-preserved example of a Pratt truss subtype - the Pennsylvania truss. The bridge is significant ... More

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Significance: The main span of this bridge may be the longest pinned truss remaining in Iowa and serves as a well-preserved example of a Pratt truss subtype - the Pennsylvania truss. The bridge is significant ... More

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Significance: The main span of this bridge may be the longest pinned truss remaining in Iowa and serves as a well-preserved example of a Pratt truss subtype - the Pennsylvania truss. The bridge is significant ... More

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Significance: The main span of this bridge may be the longest pinned truss remaining in Iowa and serves as a well-preserved example of a Pratt truss subtype - the Pennsylvania truss. The bridge is significant ... More

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Significance: The main span of this bridge may be the longest pinned truss remaining in Iowa and serves as a well-preserved example of a Pratt truss subtype - the Pennsylvania truss. The bridge is significant ... More

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Significance: The main span of this bridge may be the longest pinned truss remaining in Iowa and serves as a well-preserved example of a Pratt truss subtype - the Pennsylvania truss. The bridge is significant ... More

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Bridgeport Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Denmark, Lee County, IA

Significance: The main span of this bridge may be the longest pinned truss remaining in Iowa and serves as a well-preserved example of a Pratt truss subtype - the Pennsylvania truss. The bridge is significant ... More

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek County, IA

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek Coun...

Significance: The McDowell bridge was was built in 1883, towards the end of the heyday of the use of bowstring arch-trusses. In the 1860s and 1870s bowstring arch-trusses were used extensively because of their... More

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek County, IA

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek Coun...

Significance: The McDowell bridge was was built in 1883, towards the end of the heyday of the use of bowstring arch-trusses. In the 1860s and 1870s bowstring arch-trusses were used extensively because of their... More

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek County, IA

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek Coun...

Significance: The McDowell bridge was was built in 1883, towards the end of the heyday of the use of bowstring arch-trusses. In the 1860s and 1870s bowstring arch-trusses were used extensively because of their... More

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek County, IA

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek Coun...

Significance: The McDowell bridge was was built in 1883, towards the end of the heyday of the use of bowstring arch-trusses. In the 1860s and 1870s bowstring arch-trusses were used extensively because of their... More

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek County, IA

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek Coun...

Significance: The McDowell bridge was was built in 1883, towards the end of the heyday of the use of bowstring arch-trusses. In the 1860s and 1870s bowstring arch-trusses were used extensively because of their... More

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek County, IA

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek Coun...

Significance: The McDowell bridge was was built in 1883, towards the end of the heyday of the use of bowstring arch-trusses. In the 1860s and 1870s bowstring arch-trusses were used extensively because of their... More

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek County, IA

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek Coun...

Significance: The McDowell bridge was was built in 1883, towards the end of the heyday of the use of bowstring arch-trusses. In the 1860s and 1870s bowstring arch-trusses were used extensively because of their... More

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek County, IA

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek Coun...

Significance: The McDowell bridge was was built in 1883, towards the end of the heyday of the use of bowstring arch-trusses. In the 1860s and 1870s bowstring arch-trusses were used extensively because of their... More

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek County, IA

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek Coun...

Significance: The McDowell bridge was was built in 1883, towards the end of the heyday of the use of bowstring arch-trusses. In the 1860s and 1870s bowstring arch-trusses were used extensively because of their... More

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek County, IA

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek Coun...

Significance: The McDowell bridge was was built in 1883, towards the end of the heyday of the use of bowstring arch-trusses. In the 1860s and 1870s bowstring arch-trusses were used extensively because of their... More

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek County, IA

McDowell Bridge, Spanning North Skunk River, Montezuma, Poweshiek Coun...

Significance: The McDowell bridge was was built in 1883, towards the end of the heyday of the use of bowstring arch-trusses. In the 1860s and 1870s bowstring arch-trusses were used extensively because of their... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Boyleston Bridge, Spanning Skunk River, Lowell, Henry County, IA

Significance: The Boylestown Bridge is a rare survivor of what once was a common truss type on the farm-to-market county road systems in the rural Midwest. According to an Iowa Department of Transportation bri... More