Architectural Fragments

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Treat & Foltz
American, fl. 19th-20th century
Raymond, E.G., Store and Flats: Rosette Fragment from Facade, 1884
Robert W. Evans House, 9914 South Longwood Drive, Chicago, Illinois: Leaded Glass Window
Frank Lloyd Wright
American, 1867-1959
Robert W. Evans House, 9914 South Longwood Drive, Chicago, Illinois: Leaded Glass Window, c. 1908
Robert W. Roloson Houses, 3213 South Calumet Avenue, Chicago, Illinois: Baluster
Frank Lloyd Wright
American, 1867-1959
Robert W. Roloson Houses, 3213 South Calumet Avenue, Chicago, Illinois: Baluster, 1894
Rookery Building, 209 South La Salle Street, Chicago, Illinois: Grille from Interior Central Court
Burnham & Root (American, 1873-1891)
Architect: John Wellborn Root (American, 1850-1891)
Rookery Building, 209 South La Salle Street, Chicago, Illinois: Grille from Interior Central Court, c. 1885–88 (removed during later remodeling)
Rookery Building, 209 South La Salle Street, Chicago, Illinois: Lobby Elevator Enclosure Grille
Designer: Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959)
Architect: Burnham & Root (American, 1873-1891)
Rookery Building, 209 South La Salle Street, Chicago, Illinois: Lobby Elevator Enclosure Grille, c. 1907
Adler & Sullivan
American, 1883-1895
Rosenfeld Building: Spandrel Panel, 1881–82
Rothschild Building: Section of Ornamental Frieze with Four Palmettes
Adler & Sullivan
American, 1883-1896
Rothschild Building: Section of Ornamental Frieze with Four Palmettes, 1881
Rothschild Store: Section of Frieze with Stylized Palmettes
Adler & Sullivan
American, 1883-1896
Rothschild Store: Section of Frieze with Stylized Palmettes, 1881
Saint Nicholas Hotel: Spandrel Panel
Adler & Sullivan, Architects, American, 1883-1895
Designer: Louis H. Sullivan, American, 1856-1924
Saint Nicholas Hotel: Spandrel Panel, 1892/93
Adler & Sullivan
American, 1883-1895
Designer: Louis H. Sullivan
Saint Nicholas Hotel: Spandrel Panels in Snowflake Design, 1892–93
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