As we approach the Golden Gate Bridge’s 75th anniversary, a new website – www.TedHuggins.com - honors the work and photography of Ted Huggins, an employee of Chevron, then known as Standard Oil Company of California, who played an instrumental role in documenting the construction of the Bridge.
The new website www.TedHuggins.com illustrates Huggins’ efforts to establish the Bridge as a symbol of economic renewal through his remarkable photography. Selected Ted Huggins photographs of bridge construction are available at no cost as high-resolution downloads. Visitors can also sign up to obtain a number of limited-edition vintage art prints featuring three Standard Oil Bulletin cover illustrations from 1933, 1935 and 1937 showing the bridge in various stages of construction.
For more information on Ted Huggins, and to request a copy of the limited edition numbered artwork, visit www.TedHuggins.com.