Nick, if I'd known you were going to be in my area I'd have offered to show you some of the stuff in the area!
Once everything dies off I'll try to get contemporary shots. Thanks for the historic one, Melissa!
The image on this page MAY be of this bridge https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/543713920/
A couple articles here, Melissa. The text is the same for each one, but the pics are different, and we can't have too many of this one IMO.
The NBI may say 1928, but several articles say a bridge west of Clay Center was washed out in the 1935 flood.
I found an article from July 1936 saying it was opening, but haven't managed to find a contract letting yet.
Feel free to create an entry for it. According to https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/519798093/ Leavenworth Bridge Co. won a contract in 1904
Image here: https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/526521687/
Builder source is the same article for the Wakefield bridge lost in the 1935 Flood.
Builder appears in article here: https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/12643654/
Found an article with builders for this one: https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/486811626/
This popped up in my search for info on these bridges. https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/383827225/
Amendment to the previous comment: The bridge was likely built post 1935, as this still from a USGS report about a flood shows a two span Pratt: