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Lucius Kellam and P.Z. Michener During Construction of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel
Original Author: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Created: September 7, 1961
Medium: Photograph
Publisher: Richmond Times-Dispatch

Lucius Kellam and P.Z. Michener During Construction of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel

Lucius Kellam (left) was the chairman of the Chesapeake Bay Ferry Commission and a strong initial advocate of building a two-lane fixed crossing across the bay. He is pictured here with P.Z. Michener, project manager for Sverdrup & Parcel, the enginnering firm who helped to design the structure that became the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel (CBBT). The two men are pictured here during construction of the CBBT, in front of a tubes that would eventually become part of one of the CBBT's tunnel sections.

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