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W. 14th Pl., W. 15th St. between S. Racine Ave and S. Morgan St.
ca. 1925 by Fugard and Knapp
2006-8 Conversion by Pappageorge/Haymes and Enterprise Co.
What began as the produce...
02. Chicago Produce District
c.1988.

The Tri-Tower (or Sky-Tri) was an unbuilt high rise project, conceived as three 150 story towers with interconnecting tubular bridges designed to form a "cobweb... of human urban...
02. Chicago Tri-Tower (aka Sky-Tri), Chicago, IL. Elevation, c.1988.
Northwest corner of 12th Place and Canal St.
1901-1904, Louis Sullivan
Demolished prior to 1935; now the site of a shopping center parking lot
This is one of several buildings that...
02. Crane Company Offices
This photograph taken by Richard Nickel depicts metal scavengers at the former home of Dankmar Adler, the architectural partner of Louis Sullivan. The building was demolished three days after this...
02. Dankmar Adler Residence (built 1886). Richard Nickel Archive, 1850-2011.
Northeast corner of 8th St. & Wabash Ave.
1905 by Richard E. Schmidt; Schmidt, Garden & Martin [?]
Demolished 1960; now the site of an extension of the Conrad Hilton Hotel
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02. Eighth Street Theater
6366 N. Milwaukee Ave. (at Nagle near Devon)
1851 architect unknown; photograph by Barbara Crane
Demolished 1980; now the site of a Dunkin' Donuts
Before being destroyed by a fire...
02. Henry W. Rincker Residence
Clark, Cermak and State Streets; Chicago, IL, 1963-1966.

The Hilliard Homes, public housing for families and the elderly built for the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA), continue to be one...
02. Hilliard, Raymond, Homes. Site plan, c.1964-1965.
Iakov Chernikhov's use of the term "architectural fantasies" is his own, meant to describe a teaching exercise which allows a student to work out compositional problems on paper based on a set of...
02. Iakov Chernikhov, <em>Architectural Fantasies: 101 Compositions</em>. Leningrad: Mezhdunarodnaia kniga, 1933.
Grant Park & Harrison
1893 by Bradford L. Gilbert
Demolished 1974; land incorporated into Grant Park
This large Romanesque station opened in 1893 to accommodate visitors to...
02. Illinois Central Railroad Station
Newton's Cenotaph:
Boullée was greatly influenced by Isaac Newton's mathematical precision and its applicability to the architectural form. The cenotaph is designed as a large circular...
02. Jean-Marie P&#233;rouse de Montclos, <em>&#201;tienne-Louis Boul&#233;e, 1728-1799, de l'architecture classique &#224; l'architecture r&#233;volutionnaire.</em> Paris, Arts et m&#233;tiers graphiques, 1969.
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