Upper story windows of the Hotel Baker, built in 1928 at a cost exceeding $1 million. At the time, the 55-room hotel was the most luxurious small resort hotel in the country. The structure is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
In its original heyday, the Hotel Baker's Rainbow Room headliners included Tommy Dorsey, Guy Lombardo, Louis Armstrong, and Lawrence Welk.
Note added July 3: This was a first experiment in photoblogging with the iPhone 3G and TypePad iPhone app.
Photo shot with iPhone. TypePad app gave no option to scale the photo but did offer a (nonfunctioning) option to add categories.
I guess this attempt was better than no Wednesday Window post at all!
Massive bronze grill above an entry to the 1912 Beaux Arts U.S. Post Office and Courthouse in Oklahoma City, the first monumental building erected in Oklahoma City.
The structure was designed by James Knox Taylor, supervising architect for the U.S. Treasury Department. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1974, It was restored in 1992 and now serves as an office building and courthouse.