From the pages of the Crescent City American, November 1930.
The proposed bridge across the Golden Gate will, in our opinion, be one of the finest improvements that the people of the bridge district could make.
It will mean thousands upon thousands more cars over the Redwood Highway yearly, and tolls will pay for it all as the bonds are merely for the securing of the investment.
All those interested may see a whole window full of pictures of the bridge and how it is to be constructed at the American office. We also have a limited number of beautiful rotogravures for distribution to those who wish them.
In need of a boost
What Crescent City needs is boosters.
We have all the materials, all the resources, and the natural setting for one of the finest man-made harbors on the Pacific or Atlantic coasts.
Boost your town, tell the world that you are proud that you live in Crescent City, and if you can’t boost Crescent City, don’t knock the town that is furnishing you employment and a home.