Album by Fred A Levy Haskell. Photos by Fred A Levy Haskell. 1 - 25 of 25 Total. 3049 Visits.
1 1-012-A Center: The Sony Tower, formerly the AT&T Building, 560 Madison Ave, New York City Architects: Philip Johnson, John Burgee
2 1-014-A Windsor & Eton Central railway station, Windsor, Berkshire, England
3 1-015-A From Pier 3 in San Francisco, California
4 1-017-B The Sony Tower, formerly the AT&T Building, 560 Madison Ave, New York City Architects: Philip Johnson, John Burgee
5 1-022-B Somewhere in Saint Louis, Missouri, in the early 70's
6 1-024-B 55%
7 1-026-B roc The crowd at SuperBall II, a concert held at the old Midway Stadium in Saint Paul, just east of Snelling Avenue at what is now Energy Park Drive. To the best of my recollection, the bands that played that day were Teagarden & Van Winkle, Long John Baldry, Little Richard, Mother Earth, The Allman Brothers Band, and Poco. Tony "Little Sun" Glover and Dave "Snaker" Ray were MC's.
8 1-033-B San Francisco, California, 1979
9 1-041-A Inside the Climatron—a greenhouse enclosed in a geodesic dome that is part of the Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis.
10 1-067-B The Tom Mix memorial on the old highway between Phoenix and Tuscon.
11 1-071-B In the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge, Washington state
12 1-081-B Taken from the 4th Street SE / 15th Avenue SE bridge in Dinkytown, Minneapolis, Minnesota in the late 60's or early 70's
13 1-083-B Rock formation next to Interstate 40 in Arizona
14 1-088-A Dungeness Spit, Washington state
15 1-090-B In San Francisco, California
16 1-091-Bg Looking west from the original I-35W bridge over the Mississippi River while under construction. Minneapolis, Minnesota
17 1-104-B 40% a friend
18 1-121-A in Saint Louis, Missouri
20 1-126-B 55% In the courtyard in the base of the Sony Tower, formerly the AT&T Building, 560 Madison Ave, New York City Architects: Philip Johnson, John Burgee
21 1-138-B Manhattan buildings
23 1-086-Ap with an effects filter
24 2-004-A-biF Looking toward downtown from the east end of the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota, before it was turned into a park and pedestrian walkway.