Some of the earliest extant images of the bridge crossing Walker Avenue only show it from far away.
|1905 view of campus|
|Detail of bridge from 1905 view of campus|
|1914 Carolinian yearbook|
|1928 Photograph of the new concrete bridge|
|1940 photograph of concrete bridge taken from Walker Avenue perspective|
|1949 Photograph of Walker Avenue and bridge during regrading process|
In this final photograph, student Oriana McArthur and Dr. Walter Clinton Jackson look at the new library under construction from the bridge. The bridge would be demolished soon in 1950. As can be seen from the photograph, the former Walker Avenue has been partially filled in to form the foundation of the library.
|1949 photograph of Library under construction from the bridge|
1-Elisabeth Ann Bowles, A Good Beginning: The First Four Decades of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro p.92