My mother’s boyfriend, Irv Solomon, and Eve, in Devon, Pennsylvania.
Eve and me on Third Street in New York City.
Central Park in New York City.
In Arizona, for GEO.
In Los Angeles, for GEO.
Sir Leslie Dew, President of Gulf Oil Corp. captive insurer Insco Ltd., in Bermuda, for Fortune.
At Chemical Bank in New York City, for a story on computers for Fortune.
For GE Investor.
Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, published in Fortune.
At Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for Fortune.
The Metropolitan Opera’s storage and carpentry facility in Weehawken, New Jersey, published in Fortune.
In Peru, for German GEO.
In Peru, for German GEO. The trains were so crowded it was impossible to pass through, so the waiter walked along the tops of the cars.
In Arizona, for Scholastic poster book.
Martin Aparijo in Arizona, for Scholastic poster book.
These two Fortune stories were, left, about retraining and improving managers that companies were keeping, and right, about support and counsel for managers who’d lost their jobs.
(left) 1984; (right) 1985
Vincent Castellucci, who was at Lehman Brothers and survived when it was acquired by Shearson/American Express, published in Fortune.
Published in Fortune. It turns out the Bally Corporation, better known for one-armed bandit gambling machines, was the biggest health club operator in the United States.
C.E. Meyer Jr., the head of TWA, in New York City, for Fortune. Mr. Meyer would gather his top management once a month to eat first class airline food in the boardroom.
AT&T technician Al Vogleson in New York City, for Fortune.
California; cell tower construction, for the MCI Annual Report, 1984
Washington, D.C.; Orville Wright and William McGowan, for the MCI Annual Report, 1984
New York City, 1984
Third Street, New York City; Mary Ann and Eve, 1985
Wallkill, New York; Mary Ann, carrying Eve, and my father, 1985
The house Mary Ann and I bought upstate is visible in the far background.
Wallkill, New York; Mary Ann, Eve, and me, 1985
Irwin Jacob's private jet, published in Fortune. The competition among the corporate high flyers was to get a pilot who’d flown Air Force One.
Supplicant, by Mary Ann Unger.
Bally Chairman Robert Mullane in Chicago, for Fortune.
Published in Fortune. Caption reads: “Though he chain smokes and hates exercise, Bally Chairman Robert Mullane says, ‘Taking care of your body is a real growth area in the U.S.’”
Bally Chairman Robert Mullane sitting with his wife in Chicago, for Fortune.
Columbia professors Thomas Ference and Ian Macmillan in New York City, for Fortune.
Vincent Castellucci, who was at Lehman Brothers and survived when it was acquired by Shearson/American Express, for Fortune.
Robert McCormack of AT&T in New Jersey, for Fortune.
Robert Brennan in New Jersey. Fortune (right) gave me the assignment; Forbes (left) used the pictures for their article a couple of months later.
Published in Fortune.
Eve with Mary Ann behind, in Mary Ann’s studio on Third Street in New York City.
For the MCI Annual Report.
In Brussels, Belgium for the MCI Annual Report.
Laying fiber optic cables along railroad right-of-ways, for the MCI Annual Report.
Eve and me in Wallkill, New York.
My mother (rear), my fifth grade school picture, and Eve in Devon, Pennsylvania.
Independent oil producers in Western Pennsylvania, for Forbes.
Teamster Ralph Pignatelli in Parsippany, New Jersey, published in Fortune.
The NBC comsat room in New York City, for Forbes.
Edward L. Hennessey Jr., CEO of Allied Signal, published in Fortune.
Charles Allmon, editor of the investment newsletter Growth Stock Outlook, for Money Magazine.