Architectural Fragments

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Mecca Apartment Building, 34th and State Streets, Chicago, Illinois: Section of Balcony Railing
Architect: Edbrooke and Burnham
Designer: Franklin Pierce Burnham (American, 1853-1909)
Artist: Willoughby J. Edbrooke (American, 1843-1896)
Mecca Apartment Building, 34th and State Streets, Chicago, Illinois: Section of Balcony Railing, 1891–92
Midway Gardens, Cottage Grove Avenue and 60th Street, Chicago, Illinois: Block from Façade
Frank Lloyd Wright
American, 1867-1959
Midway Gardens, Cottage Grove Avenue and 60th Street, Chicago, Illinois: Block from Façade, 1913–14 (demolished 1929)
Artist: Alfonso Iannelli
American, 1888-1965
Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright
American, 1867-1959
Midway Gardens: Sprite Head Study for Exterior, c. 1912 (demolished 1929)
Morris Selz House, 1717 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois: Exterior Newel Post
Adler & Sullivan
American, 1883-1896
Morris Selz House, 1717 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois: Exterior Newel Post, 1883 (demolished 1967)
Attributed to Scipione Del Campo
American, born Italy, 1895-1957
Ogden Avenue Bridge House Panel: Figure of a Woman Operating Gear Mechanism, 1932 (demolished 1994–95)
Oliver Building, 159-69 North Dearborn, Chicago, Illinois: Fish Ornament from Facade
Holabird and Roche
American, 1893-1927
Oliver Building, 159-69 North Dearborn, Chicago, Illinois: Fish Ornament from Facade, 1907–08 (ornament removed c. 1969)
Barnett, Hayes & Barnett
American, 20th century
Porthole Windows from Illinois Athletic Club, 1908 (remodeled 1989)
Pullman-Jennings Building: Ornament from the End of a Beam
Solon Spencer Beman
American, 1853-1914
Pullman-Jennings Building: Ornament from the End of a Beam, 1882–83 (demolished 1978)
D. H. Burnham & Co.
American, 1891-1912
Railway Exchange Building: Blocks with Repeated Meander Pattern, 1903–04 (restored 1982)
Ravinia Park Casino Building: Window
Peter Joseph Weber
American, born Germany, 1864-1923
Ravinia Park Casino Building: Window, 1904 (building demolished in 1986)
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