Head, 20 Exchange Place, 1981. The heads represent the giants of finance. Sculpture attributed to David Evans.
Aerial view of the Wall Street area, 2000. Lower left: Equitable Building, 1915. Architect: Graham, Burnham & Company. Near center: 40 Wall Street, Bank of Manhattan Company Building, 1930.Architect: H. Craig Severance and Yasuo Matsui.
Wall Street, looking west, 1987. Near center: 16 Wall Street, Banker's Trust Company Building, 1912. Architect: Trowbridge & Livingston. Right: Eagle (top), 48 Wall Street, Bank of New York, 1929. Architect: Benjamin Wistar Morris.
View from 25 Broadway, 1981. Background: Chase Manhattan Bank, 1960. Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
New York Stock Exchange, from Federal Hall, 1985. 8–18 Broad Street, 1903. Architect: George B. Post. Sculpture: "Integrity Protecting the Works of Man" by J. Q. A. Ward and Paul Bartlett.
Door, 195 Broadway, 1981. American Telephone & Telegraph Building, 1924. Architect: William Welles Bosworth. Bas-relief over the door by Paul Manship.
19th Floor, 25 Broadway, 1981. Sculpture: "Sea Nymph and Horse" by Rochette and Parzini.
26 Broadway, 1981. Standard Oil Building, 1922. Architect: Carrère & Hastings and Shreve, Lamb & Blake.
56 Pine Street, 1989. 1894. Architect: Oswald Wirz.
Door, 22 William Street, 1981. City Bank Farmers Trust Building (northwest corner of 20 Exchange Place). Architect: Cross and Cross. Sculpture: Attributed to David Evans.
View from Hanover Street, 1991.
Exchange Place from Pearl Street, 1981. Left: 40 Wall Street. Center: 20 Exchange Place, City Bank Farmers Trust Building. Right: 70 Pine Street.
Woolworth Building, 1982. 233 Broadway, 1913. Architect: Cass Gilbert.Right: 2 World Trade Center, South Tower. Architect: Minoru Yamasaki and Associates of Troy, Michigan, and Emery Roth and Sons of New York.