As we talked about those early years, he was so expressive and excited to share with me where his work was located. With wide eyes and a huge smile, he told me that he would daily take the bus from where he lived in NJ, and ride it over the George Washington Bridge that went over the Hudson River. This bus would take him to the Subway that would deposit him there at his building.......a 1 hour and 15 minute commute! Now that is dedication for a young man of 17! So, what building was this that brought such joy to his face, you may ask? Well, it was the RCA Building in Rockefeller Center! We sat and talked about this building and I am not sure how many years later it is now, but you can tell that this building has always left him in awe! The first picture below is a picture of The RCA and Associated Press Buildings in Rockefeller Center. July 1940. Photo: Andreas Feininger. The second picture is of Rockefeller Center at night! You can see why he was in AWE! He sat and told me about the Ice Skating Rink that sat outside the building.......and Radio City Music Hall that was just across the street. These seemed to be really good times for Mr. May.