Hotel Lawrence is in the lower left of the image.
This photo was tken from an area nearby the Union Station on Houston street, most probably at Wood St. and Houston, in Dallas.
This is a pretty interesting view of the Comerica building that you posted.. There are none of that same angle right now on Panoramio.
Photo was taken in the vicinity of St. Paul and
Wood St., in Dallas.
I like this photo.. It's one of the few on Panoramio / Google Earth that shows this building as the "Adam's Mark".. which it is not anymore. It is now labeled at the "Sheraton".
To take this photo, you were on or near Live Oak, at Pearl
To the following location:
32° 47' 07.50" N
96° 47' 35.33" W
John Neely Bryan Cabin,
In this image, John Neely Bryan's cabin was situated in front of the old Courthouse. It has since been moved to a different location.
The John Neely Bryan Cabin.
The first home in Dallas, built in 1841 near this current site, by John Neely Bryan, founder of Dallas, who in 1846 organized Dallas County, the first and only post office in Dallas, and only post office in Dallas, under the Republic of Texas 1843-1846 and the first County Court House July 19, 1850.
This is so cool.. I often think of this Mural.. Reference to a time gone by.
Too bad some idiots tagged on it.
American Casualty and Life Ins. Co.
2900 Live Oak,
This building still stands today. It can be seen clearly on Google Earth using the "Street View" feature.
I like this...
The Medical Arts Building,
Adjacent to the Republic Bank, it was demolished in 1977.
Dallas Skyline, including Corinth St. viaduct,