When I finished Grade School in 1967. My mom and I went to the Expo 67 in Montreal, Canada. It was a great experience for me. We arrived in New York and took a bus from New York to Montreal. As I recall we spent a few days in New York. I remember walking on 5th Avenue, and I remember visiting some museums and also the United Nations.
My mom took the picture I show here in front of the Lincoln Center of the Performing Arts. I was sitting by the water fountain that was dedicated to Mr. Charles Revson The founder of Revlon.
Photo by Carol M. Highsmith
Lincoln Center is the largest performing arts complex in the world, housing 12 different arts organizations. Many architects have contributed buildings to the complex: Wallace K. Harrison, Metropolitan Opera House; Max Abramovitz, Avery Fisher Hall; Philip Johnson, New York State Theater; Pietro Belluschi, Juilliard School and Alice Tully Hall; and Eero Saarinen, Vivian Beaumont Theater.