By Bobby Tanzilo Senior Editor/Writer Published Oct 09, 2018 at 9:02 AM

Earlier this year, we shared with you some sad and striking Kodachrome images of great Milwaukee buildings as they met their demise.

Now, we return to Karl Bandow's archive of vintage Ray Szopieray images to share with you the construction of some familiar Brew City landmarks.

Enjoy these images of Milwaukee as its skyline changed in the past.

Clark Oil Building & Greyhound Bus Station
July 1965

Hoan Bridge
April 1971

The Pfister tower
September 1965

Performing Arts Center (PAC) /
Marcus Center for the Performing Arts
June 1967

PAC and M & I Bank Tower
June 1967

M&I Bank Tower
June 1967

Marine Bank Plaza / Chase Plaza
Late 1961

Bobby Tanzilo Senior Editor/Writer

Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., where he lived until he was 17, Bobby received his BA-Mass Communications from UWM in 1989 and has lived in Walker's Point, Bay View, Enderis Park, South Milwaukee and on the East Side.

He has published three non-fiction books in Italy – including one about an event in Milwaukee history, which was published in the U.S. in autumn 2010. Four more books, all about Milwaukee, have been published by The History Press.

With his most recent band, The Yell Leaders, Bobby released four LPs and had a songs featured in episodes of TV's "Party of Five" and "Dawson's Creek," and films in Japan, South America and the U.S. The Yell Leaders were named the best unsigned band in their region by VH-1 as part of its Rock Across America 1998 Tour. Most recently, the band contributed tracks to a UK vinyl/CD tribute to the Redskins and collaborated on a track with Italian novelist Enrico Remmert.

He's produced three installments of the "OMCD" series of local music compilations for OnMilwaukee.com and in 2007 produced a CD of Italian music and poetry.

In 2005, he was awarded the City of Asti's (Italy) Journalism Prize for his work focusing on that area. He has also won awards from the Milwaukee Press Club.

He can be heard weekly on 88Nine Radio Milwaukee talking about his "Urban Spelunking" series of stories.