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Today the Chron published an article on Harry Fogle, a 97-year old man who worked on the construction of both the Golden Gate Bridge and the Bay Bridge, and then went on to be a painter and foreman for the Golden Gate Bridge for over 40 years. It covers his life through those years, and what he did afterwards. It's a fascinating read about a simple man who was responsible for extraordinary work. [SF Gate]