New York City

I was fortunate to live in Manhattan 1978-1980, and I've made periodic trips back since returning to Texas. As far as I'm concerned, the University of Texas at Austin is "THE University," and Manhattan is "THE City."

Following are thiry-two black & white photo images from NYC, images I liked enough to print as 8x10 enlargements and later digitize, most dating from the period when I actually lived there and saw those sights.

One place I bonded with in the 1990's is Central Park. The August 2000 issue of Smithsonian magazine provided a wonderful arial view looking south. (I especially like the view of the Metropolitan Museum, with Cleopatra's needle off to the southwest of the building and morning light on the Temple of Dendur wing.)

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Inside
Liberty's Head

Brooklyn Bridge

Walking
Brooklyn Bridge

Spring Street
Station

Dean & Delucca,
Soho

Chinatown

Cooper Union

Union Square

Christopher Street
Sunday

Get Cheap
Village Cigars

Eighteen
Engine Company

Eighth Street
Bakery

Washington Square
Arch

Jefferson Market
Library

Jefferson Market
Stained Glass

West Fourth
Souveniers

Lone Star Cafe

Iguana
on Fifth Avenue

Forbes Building View
62 Fifth Avenue

MLA Party
Eileen, Karen, Hans

Head Shop
Sixth Avenue

5th Ave & 14th
Reflection

Fifth Avenue
in the 20s

Midtown Avenue
Traffic

NYPL
5th Ave & 42nd

NYPL Lion
and Sleeping Lady

NYPL
Marble Staircase

Rockefeller
Center

Central Park
East

Dendur Pool,
the Met

In front of the Met

Fort Tryon Park

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