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Architectural records for buildings by Schmidt, Garden & Erikson and related firms, [1898-1995]

Job files (ca. 110) for buildings and alterations by Schmidt, Garden & Erikson, based in Chicago (Ill.), and related firms, including: Richard E. Schmidt, Architect (1896-1906); Schmidt, Garden & Martin (1906-1926); Schmidt, Garden & Erickson (1926-1995). Designs were made for various clients, pr...

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Burnham Library-University of Illinois Project to Microfilm Architectural Documentation Records, 1950-1952

Daybooks document the activities of the Burnham Library Microfilming Project, a joint venture of The Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Illinois to record the drawings of noted Chicago architects including David Adler, D.H. Burnham, William LeBaron Jenney and Co., and Louis Sullivan.

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Century of Progress Collection, c.1920s-1980

The Century of Progress International Exposition, Chicago's world's fair of 1933-1934, brought international modernism to the country's heartland. The foreign government buildings, the model houses and the corporate exhibits introduced many Americans to new, progressive architectural styles. Buil...

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Schmidt, Garden and Martin Records, 1903-c.1985

Business records, photographs, drawings, and published materials document the work of the Chicago architecture firm Schmidt, Garden and Martin and its successor firm, Schmidt, Garden and Erikson.

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