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- Tote design of the recently re-opened @angelsflightrailway. Pick one up at @grandcentralmarketla's 100th Birthday Bash on October 27th in DTLA. Visitors who check in at the market between 6 - 10 p.m. receive a token for a free round-trip ride. Kids 12 and under ride for free all day! . . . . . #ludlowkingsley #lklosangeles #ladesign #illustration #weloveillustration #illustrationdaily #tote #totewell #totebag #totedesign #merchandise #merchandisedesign #angelsflight #angelsflightrailway #losangeles #grandcentralmarketla #grandcentralmarket #funicular #thisplacematters #mydayinla #DTLA #funicular
- Tote design of the recently re-opened @angelsflightrailway. Pick one up at @grandcentralmarketla & #39;s 100th Birthday Bash on October 27th in DTLA. Visitors who check in at the market between 6 - 10 p.m. receive a token for a free round-trip ride. Kids 12 and under ride for free all day! . . . . . #ludlowkingsley #lklosangeles #ladesign #illustration #weloveillustration #illustrationdaily #tote #totewell #totebag #totedesign #merchandise #merchandisedesign #angelsflight #angelsflightrailway #losangeles #grandcentralmarketla #grandcentralmarket #funicular #thisplacematters #mydayinla #DTLA #funicular
- Tote design of the recently re-opened @angelsflightrailway. Pick one up at @grandcentralmarketla's 100th Birthday Bash on October 27th in DTLA. Visitors who check in at the market between 6 - 10 p.m. receive a token for a free round-trip ride. Kids 12 and under ride for free all day! . . . . . #ludlowkingsley #lklosangeles #ladesign #illustration #weloveillustration #illustrationdaily #tote #totewell #totebag #totedesign #merchandise #merchandisedesign #angelsflight #angelsflightrailway #losangeles #grandcentralmarketla #grandcentralmarket #funicular #thisplacematters #mydayinla #DTLA #funicular
- Tent City // Rochester, NY // A major visual landmark in the Lyell Avenue commercial corridor, this large industrial building was originally built as the Hubbard, Eldredge and Miller Chair Factory at the turn of the 20th century.  Located  on the corner of Lyell and Dewey avenues, the five-story, brick  building was situated along the east bank of the Erie Canal, in a thriving industrial district that included other enterprises such as a foundry, barrel works, luggage manufacturer, and lumber mill. The 1920 removal of the canal and subsequent evolution of the surrounding neighborhood resulted in new opportunities for this building. From 1959 through 1999, it was the headquarters of Tent City, a signature retail business that focused on outdoor clothing and gear. Vacant for over a decade, this prominent industrial building would be an excellent candidate for revitalization. Local residents, business owners, and supporters of the Little Italy Historic District have identified the Tent City property as a strategic opportunity for redevelopment in this historic commercial corridor. // 📷: Richard Margolis
- Tent City // Rochester, NY // A major visual landmark in the Lyell Avenue commercial corridor, this large industrial building was originally built as the Hubbard, Eldredge and Miller Chair Factory at the turn of the 20th century.  Located  on the corner of Lyell and Dewey avenues, the five-story, brick  building was situated along the east bank of the Erie Canal, in a thriving industrial district that included other enterprises such as a foundry, barrel works, luggage manufacturer, and lumber mill. The 1920 removal of the canal and subsequent evolution of the surrounding neighborhood resulted in new opportunities for this building. From 1959 through 1999, it was the headquarters of Tent City, a signature retail business that focused on outdoor clothing and gear. Vacant for over a decade, this prominent industrial building would be an excellent candidate for revitalization. Local residents, business owners, and supporters of the Little Italy Historic District have identified the Tent City property as a strategic opportunity for redevelopment in this historic commercial corridor. // 📷: Richard Margolis
- Tent City // Rochester, NY // A major visual landmark in the Lyell Avenue commercial corridor, this large industrial building was originally built as the Hubbard, Eldredge and Miller Chair Factory at the turn of the 20th century.  Located  on the corner of Lyell and Dewey avenues, the five-story, brick  building was situated along the east bank of the Erie Canal, in a thriving industrial district that included other enterprises such as a foundry, barrel works, luggage manufacturer, and lumber mill. The 1920 removal of the canal and subsequent evolution of the surrounding neighborhood resulted in new opportunities for this building. From 1959 through 1999, it was the headquarters of Tent City, a signature retail business that focused on outdoor clothing and gear. Vacant for over a decade, this prominent industrial building would be an excellent candidate for revitalization. Local residents, business owners, and supporters of the Little Italy Historic District have identified the Tent City property as a strategic opportunity for redevelopment in this historic commercial corridor. // 📷: Richard Margolis
- So pleased to see the Mt. Zion Baptist Church unanimously designated a City of Seattle Landmark tonight! It joins the Space Needle and the Pacific Science Center as the only landmarks in the city to be designated under ALL SIX CRITERIA. It was an honor to comment in support of the designation and it is an honor for the City of Seattle to be able call this place a landmark. Such an important historic resource and an important part of the histories of both Seattle and Washington State. Congratulations!! #thisplacematters #historicpreservation #landmark #seattle #cityofseattle #seattlelandmark #seattlelandmarks
- So pleased to see the Mt. Zion Baptist Church unanimously designated a City of Seattle Landmark tonight! It joins the Space Needle and the Pacific Science Center as the only landmarks in the city to be designated under ALL SIX CRITERIA. It was an honor to comment in support of the designation and it is an honor for the City of Seattle to be able call this place a landmark. Such an important historic resource and an important part of the histories of both Seattle and Washington State. Congratulations!! #thisplacematters #historicpreservation #landmark #seattle #cityofseattle #seattlelandmark #seattlelandmarks
- So pleased to see the Mt. Zion Baptist Church unanimously designated a City of Seattle Landmark tonight! It joins the Space Needle and the Pacific Science Center as the only landmarks in the city to be designated under ALL SIX CRITERIA. It was an honor to comment in support of the designation and it is an honor for the City of Seattle to be able call this place a landmark. Such an important historic resource and an important part of the histories of both Seattle and Washington State. Congratulations!! #thisplacematters #historicpreservation #landmark #seattle #cityofseattle #seattlelandmark #seattlelandmarks
- Don’t see the architectural splendor in this post? What you see here is a light beacon that was used as a night time navigational aid during the early days of the Air Mail Service (think of a light house for planes!). These are quite rare to find still standing these days, and this one happens to be sitting just over the border in Auburn, Alabama. Built in the 1920s and 30s, these steel-framed structures were placed 10 to 25 miles apart along air mail routes with a large rotating light beacon on top of each tower. They also generally include a generator shed and a 50 to 75-foot concrete arrow at the base pointing in the direction of the next tower. Being an Air Mail pilot was incredibly dangerous (high mortality rate…), and these aids to navigation were a very clever way to help these daring pilots get where they were going just a little bit more safely. It might not have the wow factor of some of the more ornate houses we have brought you, but it was just way too cool of a historic resource to keep to ourselves! Photograph by Derek Anderson
- Don’t see the architectural splendor in this post? What you see here is a light beacon that was used as a night time navigational aid during the early days of the Air Mail Service (think of a light house for planes!). These are quite rare to find still standing these days, and this one happens to be sitting just over the border in Auburn, Alabama. Built in the 1920s and 30s, these steel-framed structures were placed 10 to 25 miles apart along air mail routes with a large rotating light beacon on top of each tower. They also generally include a generator shed and a 50 to 75-foot concrete arrow at the base pointing in the direction of the next tower. Being an Air Mail pilot was incredibly dangerous (high mortality rate…), and these aids to navigation were a very clever way to help these daring pilots get where they were going just a little bit more safely. It might not have the wow factor of some of the more ornate houses we have brought you, but it was just way too cool of a historic resource to keep to ourselves! Photograph by Derek Anderson
- Don’t see the architectural splendor in this post? What you see here is a light beacon that was used as a night time navigational aid during the early days of the Air Mail Service (think of a light house for planes!). These are quite rare to find still standing these days, and this one happens to be sitting just over the border in Auburn, Alabama. Built in the 1920s and 30s, these steel-framed structures were placed 10 to 25 miles apart along air mail routes with a large rotating light beacon on top of each tower. They also generally include a generator shed and a 50 to 75-foot concrete arrow at the base pointing in the direction of the next tower. Being an Air Mail pilot was incredibly dangerous (high mortality rate…), and these aids to navigation were a very clever way to help these daring pilots get where they were going just a little bit more safely. It might not have the wow factor of some of the more ornate houses we have brought you, but it was just way too cool of a historic resource to keep to ourselves! Photograph by Derek Anderson
- Wells Fargo Wednesdays... Built in 1907, the 12-story Wells Fargo Building was one of Portland's first skyscrapers. It's design by native Oregonian Benjamin Wistar Morris applied Italian Renaissance-inspired polychromatic terra cotta and buff-colored brick to a steel skeleton - note the shields immediately below the cornice at the top of the building which spell out W-E-L-L-S F-A-R-G-O. This downtown icon was listed in the National Register in 1986, the same year @restoreoregon was given a historic conservation easement which dictates our approval before any changes are made to this Portland landmark. . . #restoreoregon #historicORlove #isaveORplaces #restoreoregon40 #thisplacematters #historicoregon #historicor #oregonarchitecture #oregonhistory #oregonexplored #oregonheritage #orculture #portland #pdx #portlandarchitecture #pdxnow #portlandoregon #ripcity #rosecity #portlandia #myPDXplace #terracotta #chicagoschool #wellsfargo
- Wells Fargo Wednesdays... Built in 1907, the 12-story Wells Fargo Building was one of Portland& #39;s first skyscrapers. It& #39;s design by native Oregonian Benjamin Wistar Morris applied Italian Renaissance-inspired polychromatic terra cotta and buff-colored brick to a steel skeleton - note the shields immediately below the cornice at the top of the building which spell out W-E-L-L-S F-A-R-G-O. This downtown icon was listed in the National Register in 1986, the same year @restoreoregon was given a historic conservation easement which dictates our approval before any changes are made to this Portland landmark. . . #restoreoregon #historicORlove #isaveORplaces #restoreoregon40 #thisplacematters #historicoregon #historicor #oregonarchitecture #oregonhistory #oregonexplored #oregonheritage #orculture #portland #pdx #portlandarchitecture #pdxnow #portlandoregon #ripcity #rosecity #portlandia #myPDXplace #terracotta #chicagoschool #wellsfargo
- Wells Fargo Wednesdays... Built in 1907, the 12-story Wells Fargo Building was one of Portland's first skyscrapers. It's design by native Oregonian Benjamin Wistar Morris applied Italian Renaissance-inspired polychromatic terra cotta and buff-colored brick to a steel skeleton - note the shields immediately below the cornice at the top of the building which spell out W-E-L-L-S F-A-R-G-O. This downtown icon was listed in the National Register in 1986, the same year @restoreoregon was given a historic conservation easement which dictates our approval before any changes are made to this Portland landmark. . . #restoreoregon #historicORlove #isaveORplaces #restoreoregon40 #thisplacematters #historicoregon #historicor #oregonarchitecture #oregonhistory #oregonexplored #oregonheritage #orculture #portland #pdx #portlandarchitecture #pdxnow #portlandoregon #ripcity #rosecity #portlandia #myPDXplace #terracotta #chicagoschool #wellsfargo
- There is so much to say about historical preservation and even though it isn't national historical preservation month we just wanted to highlight all the work that goes on around us in order to continue to #savehistory • Early preservation efforts are what saved our Alley to be the picturesque scene you see today. We are excited at ideas for future exhibits to highlight everything that was done and the history surrounding it all • Pictured here may not look 'pretty' to everyone, but to any history lover, architecture nerd or preservationist this is a beautiful sight of the @cliveden1767 group hard at work uncovering the stories of the past. This is what discovery looks like and we absolutely love it! . . . . . #elfrethsalley #history #historicpreservation #thisplacematters #savinghistory #oldcity #philly #philadelphia #germantown #historynerd #architecture #archeology #discovery
- There is so much to say about historical preservation and even though it isn& #39;t national historical preservation month we just wanted to highlight all the work that goes on around us in order to continue to #savehistory • Early preservation efforts are what saved our Alley to be the picturesque scene you see today. We are excited at ideas for future exhibits to highlight everything that was done and the history surrounding it all • Pictured here may not look & #39;pretty & #39; to everyone, but to any history lover, architecture nerd or preservationist this is a beautiful sight of the @cliveden1767 group hard at work uncovering the stories of the past. This is what discovery looks like and we absolutely love it! . . . . . #elfrethsalley #history #historicpreservation #thisplacematters #savinghistory #oldcity #philly #philadelphia #germantown #historynerd #architecture #archeology #discovery
- There is so much to say about historical preservation and even though it isn't national historical preservation month we just wanted to highlight all the work that goes on around us in order to continue to #savehistory • Early preservation efforts are what saved our Alley to be the picturesque scene you see today. We are excited at ideas for future exhibits to highlight everything that was done and the history surrounding it all • Pictured here may not look 'pretty' to everyone, but to any history lover, architecture nerd or preservationist this is a beautiful sight of the @cliveden1767 group hard at work uncovering the stories of the past. This is what discovery looks like and we absolutely love it! . . . . . #elfrethsalley #history #historicpreservation #thisplacematters #savinghistory #oldcity #philly #philadelphia #germantown #historynerd #architecture #archeology #discovery
- My students rock!!! Thank You for being a Denise Onwere Gallery student. Lowe Mill Studio 203. Great job! Unleash your creativity, sign up today. #brilliant #deniseonwere #dropinandcreate #deniseonwereartcamp #deniseonweregallery #studio203 #lowemill #lowemillartsandentertainment #travelocity #tripadvisor #thisplacematters #thisplacemattershsv #betheartist #booknow #blessed #artcamp #artparties #artparty #artmatters #queenofthemill #artcamp2017 #kidspaint #kidscreate #everyonecreates #lowemillarts
- My students rock!!! Thank You for being a Denise Onwere Gallery student. Lowe Mill Studio 203. Great job! Unleash your creativity, sign up today. #brilliant #deniseonwere #dropinandcreate #deniseonwereartcamp #deniseonweregallery #studio203 #lowemill #lowemillartsandentertainment #travelocity #tripadvisor #thisplacematters #thisplacemattershsv #betheartist #booknow #blessed #artcamp #artparties #artparty #artmatters #queenofthemill #artcamp2017 #kidspaint #kidscreate #everyonecreates #lowemillarts

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