|The cap of the American History Museum with statues of Boone, Audubon, Clark and Lewis|
I thought I would take some pictures from top (i.e. 110th Street) to bottom (59th).
|An old religious study building turned into condos. I love this place|
|First Church of Christ, Science - and one of the first "skyscraper" churches that included rooms for social activities not just prayer - built 1903|
|The Beresford. Kind of dull, but a cool top. Built 1929 - First Apartment building were elevators opened into Apartment,not onto a hallway!|
|The new Teddy Roosevelt addition to the Museum of Natural History (which was originally more of the turret section in the back).|
|Teddy Roosevelt Entrance (Detail of top at top of post)|
|Teddy Roosevelt statue. Leading the "lesser" races to enlightenment And, yes - I know that is offensive, but that statue was seen as quite progressive itself when it was done because Teddy believed that eventually all races would be uplifted|