(Encyclopedia) Empire State Building, in central Manhattan, New York City, on Fifth Ave. between 33d St. and 34th St. It was designed by the firm of Shreve, Lamb, and Harmon and built in 1930?31. For? The Question: I don't ever recall hearing that a U.S. B-52 airplane struck the Empire State Building. Can you point me to an article regarding who, what, why, when and where? (Encyclopedia) Starrett, Paul st?r?t, 1866?1957, American builder, b. Lawrence, Kans. After serving (1903?22) as president of the George A. Fuller Company in Chicago, he opened and headed the? (Encyclopedia) Fifth Avenue, famous north-south street of the borough of Manhattan, New York City. It begins at Washington Square and ends at the Harlem River. Between 34th and 59th streets, Fifth? (Encyclopedia) Chrysler Building, in midtown Manhattan, New York City, at Lexington Ave. between 42d and 43d St. The ultimate art deco-style skyscraper, it was commissioned by Walter P. Chrysler,? (Encyclopedia) Hine, Lewis (Lewis Wickes Hine), 1874?1940, American photographer, b. Oshkosh, Wis. Hine dedicated much of his photographic career, which began shortly after he bought his first camera? (Encyclopedia) Bedford. 1 City (1990 pop. 13,817), seat of Lawrence co., S Ind.; inc. 1889. Bedford limestone, quarried there and shipped all over the world, was used in the construction of the? (Encyclopedia) Smith, Alfred Emanuel, 1873?1944, American political leader, b. New York City. Reared in poor surroundings, he had no formal education beyond grade school and took various jobs?? The Question: Is it true that if you dropped a penny off the Empire State Building and it hit somebody it could kill him? The Answer: It's a? Name at birth: Clark Savage, Jr.Doc Savage first appeared in 1933, his adventure stories told every month in a magazine. Handsome, tall and tanned -- he was nicknamed the Man of Bronze -- Savage was?