The Old Stone Bridge at Sandfordtown

The automobile has brought the beauty of the country to our doors. War, said Pitt, is a great teacher of geography. And the automobile likewise is a teacher of local geography. We never new before it came of the little streams, the odd bridges and the hills and vales that are so near us.


From James Albert Green’s 1919 Bridges and Byways: Prints from the Etchings of J. T. Hurley, Text is by Green, etchings by Hurley.