Monday, July 5, 2010

American Scenes

Dutch Market, Holland, Michigan - Located 1 mile north of Junction 21 and 31. Uniquely built with Dutch architecture. Many varieties of Dutch imports are sold here. Wooden shoes, pottery, Dutch food, cheese, tulip bulbs and many other items.

The Federated Church, Hyannis, Cape Cod, Mass.

"Brimstone Corner" Park Street Church, Boston.

The Pacific Club - Old Customs House - Nantucket, Mass - The Pacific Club... for the exclusive use of descendants of Whalers who sailed the Pacific Ocean... is housed in this historic building... which was built in 1772 and was the home office of the three ships that participated in the famous "Boston Tea Party".

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Fifth Avenue and 88th Street, designed by the late Frank Lloyd Wright, houses a major collection of contemporary art. The Galleries are in the larger circular building and administrative offices in the smaller.

1 comment:

Major Pepperidge said...

I thought the Geggenheim Museum was founded by "Crazy Guggenheim".