The 40-foot wide, 251-foot long Minisa
Bridge over the Little Arkansas River at 13th street was built
in 1932. Students at North High School chose the name for
the bridge which is a translation from the Zuni,
"Red Water at Sunset," and chose the Indian
motif bridge design.
The bridge was designed by Lawrence
Byers, an associate of Glen Thomas. The bridge incorporates
Indian and buffalo ornamentation made of colored concrete
and crushed glass.