Nice Paul Walker Death photos

A few nice paul walker death images I found:

Lego Hirst
paul walker death

Image by Paul Stevenson
Lego version of Damian Hirst and his "The Physical Impossibility of Death In The Mind Of Someone Living" shark tank.

Taken in the walker art gallery, Liverpool

N_26B College Hill – Robinson Hall (1878) at 64 Waterman Street and The Carrie Tower (1904) at Prospect and Waterman Streets – Looking North-North-East
paul walker death

Image by CthulhuWho1 (Will Hart)
Robinson Hall was dedicated in 1878; and originally known as the “New Library” of Brown University. Designed by William Walker and Thomas Gould in the Venetian Gothic style popularized by John Ruskin, it is currently the home of the Department of Economics, which is one of the largest departments on campus. The name for the building eventually became the “Old Library” as newer structures were built on campus; and in 1946, it was renamed Robinson Hall, in honor of Ezekiel Gilman Robinson, who was the President of the College when the building was constructed in 1878. The rotunda is still used for exhibitions, ceremonies, performances, and parties; and the rest of the building provides a conference room, computer facilities, and offices for faculty and graduate students.

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The Carrie Tower (1904), at Prospect and Waterman Streets, is a memorial to Carrie Brown (Caroline Mathilde Brown), the granddaughter of Nicholas Brown (1786), for whom the University is named, and daughter of Nicholas Brown (1811). The tower was paid for by her husband, Paul Bajnotti, after her death in 1892; and was designed by Guy Lowell of Boston, and constructed by the J. W. Bishop Company.

The red brick tower is 95 feet tall, is elaborately decorated and festooned with fruit, shields, and urns with flames; and bears the inscription, “Love is Strong as Death.”

Photo taken by Will Hart on 20-August-1990.

See and hear more Lovecraftian Items at the sister sites to these Flickr collections at:
cthulhuwho1.com
and
www.youtube.com/user/CthulhuWho1

E_32B College Hill – Robinson Hall (1878) at 64 Waterman Street and The Carrie Tower (1904) at Prospect and Waterman Streets – 7:10 p.m. on the Clock
paul walker death

Image by CthulhuWho1 (Will Hart)
Robinson Hall was dedicated in 1878; and originally known as the “New Library” of Brown University. Designed by William Walker and Thomas Gould in the Venetian Gothic style popularized by John Ruskin, it is currently the home of the Department of Economics, which is one of the largest departments on campus. The name for the building eventually became the “Old Library” as newer structures were built on campus; and in 1946, it was renamed Robinson Hall, in honor of Ezekiel Gilman Robinson, who was the President of the College when the building was constructed in 1878. The rotunda is still used for exhibitions, ceremonies, performances, and parties; and the rest of the building provides a conference room, computer facilities, and offices for faculty and graduate students.

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The Carrie Tower (1904), at Prospect and Waterman Streets, is a memorial to Carrie Brown (Caroline Mathilde Brown), the granddaughter of Nicholas Brown (Class of 1786), for whom the University is named, and daughter of Nicholas Brown (Class of 1811). The tower was paid for by her husband, Paul Bajnotti, after her death in 1892; and was designed by Guy Lowell of Boston, and constructed by the J. W. Bishop Company.

The red brick tower is 95 feet tall, is elaborately decorated and festooned with fruit, shields, and urns with flames; and bears the inscription, “Love is Strong as Death.”

Photo taken by Will Hart on 18-August-1990.

See and hear more Lovecraftian Items at the sister sites to these Flickr collections at:
cthulhuwho1.com
and
www.youtube.com/user/CthulhuWho1

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