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Architects' and Designers' Papers, 1767-2003

This collection of correspondence, lectures, and autobiographical documents from noted American and European architects and decorative arts designers includes material from Thomas Chippendale, William Deknatel, George Grant Elmslie, the firm of Friedman, Alschuler and Sincere, Alfonso Iannelli, I...

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Architectural records for buildings by Graham, Anderson, Probst, White and its predecessors, [ca. 1895-1975]

Job files (ca. 160) for buildings and alterations by Graham, Anderson, Probst, White, the architectural firm based in Chicago (Ill.), for various clients, primarily in Chicago but also in other locations. Collections includes about 30 job files by the predecessor firms: D.H. Burnham & Company and...

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The Attic organization (Chicago, Ill.) records, part 2

Minutes of meetings of the directors, board of governors, and members, 1923-1986; officers and membership lists, 1943-1965; communications to members, invitations, 1941-1954; a few menus and other items; lease between The Attic and Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago, ...

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Morton Salt Company photographs, 1958.

Includes interior and exterior views of the Morton Salt Company headquarters in the Morton Salt Building, designed by architects Graham, Anderson, Probst & White, and located at 110 North Wacker Drive in Chicago (Ill.). Interiors, designed by A. Dudley Kelly, show lobbies and reception areas, cor...

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United States Post Office construction photographs, 1931-1932.

Album containing photographs of the construction of the central United States Post Office building at 433 West Van Buren Street in Chicago (Ill.). The building was designed by Graham, Anderson, Probst and White and built by the contracting firm John Griffiths and Sons. Includes views of the build...

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William Peirce Anderson (1870-1924) Collection, 1886-1915

Papers and photographs document the education and professional practice of Chicago architect William Peirce Anderson.

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