The Lincoln Tunnel (bw. Manhattan and Weehawken, NJ) opened to vehicles. However, our historical fact today regards not the Lincoln Tunnel, but rather the Queens-Midtown Tunnel, bw. Manhattan and Queens. Bro. Anthelm Patrick Martin of Legacy NY District had a curious connection with this feat of engineering. As a youngster living in the area around the Queens-Midtown Tunnel, Bro. Patrick played with a neighborhood boy named Arnold. Years later, Arnold became a construction worker on the Queens-Midtown Tunnel, fashioned a small informal metal plaque inscribed to his buddy Bro. Patrick, and secretly bolted it near the entrance of that tunnel. It might still be there. Also, oral interview of Brother Patrick Martin by Bro. Joseph Grabenstein, September 25, 2009.