The main façade of the New England Telephone building at 185 Franklin Street, seen from Milk Street after the Post Office Square Garage had been torn down. The skyscraper features a four-story-tall art-déco entry and murals in the lobby depicting the history of the telephone, starting with Alexander Graham Bell in 1876.
Enter the gallery of pictures of Paris
See the photographs I have taken on trips to Italy
Take a look at the pictures I’ve taken in England
See the pictures I’ve taken in Canada