The New Bay Bridge: Miss Oakland of 1936 Recalls First Bay Bridge Opening
Now 100-years-old, Nancy Emmons, "Miss Oakland" in 1936, tells a remarkable story to CBS 5 reporter Mike Sugerman of how she became "the face" at the original Bay Bridge opening.
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