architecture

Chicago Art Deco Society (Fall 01, Winter 2002)

Location

60204-1116 Evanston
United States
US
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magazine, Chicago Art Deco Society Magazine Fall 01 Winter 2002
Date: 
Winter 2002
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Fall 01, Winter 2002
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Magazine publication highlighting happenings and all content related to Art Deco architecture. Magazine is produced by the Chicago Art Deco Society located in Evanston IL.
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Hyde Park Houses - An Informal History, 1856-1910

Location

Hyde Park
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Book, Block
Date: 
1978
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History of Hyde Park neighborhood through documentation of notable residences.
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English
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0226060004
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Chicago's Famous Buildings

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Book, Siegel, Arthur
Date: 
1965
Edition: 
Fourth Edition
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Chicago's Famous Buildings is a book documenting the architectural landmarks and other notable buildings of the mid 1960's in Chicago.
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English
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Item Donor: 
Illinois Institute of Art

Douglas Garofalo

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Book, Rosa, Joseph
Date: 
2006
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This is a study of the work of the architect Douglas Garofalo
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English
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9780300120585
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Website: 

artic.edu

Item Donor: 
Illinois Institute of Art

Marshall Field's

Location

111 N. State Street
60602 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Book, Pridmore, Jay
Date: 
2002
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This book contains a history of the Marshall Field's building and a collection of historical photographs.
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English
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ISSN/ISBN: 
0764920189
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Website: 

architecture.org

Item Donor: 
Illinois Institute of Art

Chicago Interiors: Views of a Splendid World

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book, Lowe
Date: 
1979
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Hotel life. The great row ; Magnificence in the Loop ; Northern lights -- Player with railroads. Go Pullman ; One Grand Station -- On the town. Concert halls and theatres ; Dance halls ; Movies -- Many mansions. Lake Shore palaces ; Houses of talent -- Prairie pavilions and castles in the air. Villas ; Apartments -- Two streets. State: emporiums of delight ; La Salle: halls of commerce -- Clubland -- Public spaces. Where the people rule ; Vaults of civilization ; Where the people worship -- Rooms to remember.
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English
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Item Donor: 
John Lavalie

Chicago Stained Glass

Catalog Number: 
book, Frueh
Date: 
1983
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HISTORICAL BACKGROUND. Ancient origins -- Romanesque churches -- Gothic cathedrals -- Medieval glass -- Decline and destruction -- Nineteenth century revival -- New directions in stained glass -- STAINED GLASS BY CHICAGO GLASSMEN. Beginnings and growth -- The glassmen -- The glass -- Styles of glass -- Stained glass for the wealthy -- The Pullman Palace car -- Stained glass in public buildings -- The strike and standardization -- Ecclesiastical stained glass. Victorian style windows ; Munich style art glass ; Sullivan's art glass at K.A.M. Temple ; Healy & Millet and McCully & Miles ; Flanagan & Biedenweg ; Frank Lloyd Wright's designs ; Thomas A. O'Shaughnessy's windows ; Giannini & Hilgart ; Drehobl Bros. Art Glass Company -- Years of decline and the art of Edgar Miller -- Adolfas Valeska's faceted glass -- Bob White's fused glass -- New directions -- ART GLASS FROM ELSEWHERE. Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris -- John La Farge and Louis Tiffany -- La Farge glass in Chicago -- Tiffany Glass in Chicago -- Edward Peck Sperry -- Mayer and Zettler Munich windows -- Willet Stained Glass Studios -- Charles J. Connick Associates -- Conrad Schmitt Studios -- Emil Frei Associates -- Conrad Pickel Studio -- Gabriel Loire Studio -- Abraham Rattner window -- Marc Chagall at the Art Institute.
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English
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ISSN/ISBN: 
082940435X
Item Donor: 
John Lavalie

Downtown Chicago in Transition

Date: 
2007
Abstract: 
Explores the dynamic changes that have continuously shaped the greater Loop district, from the late nineteenth century to the present time, in historical photographs and interviews with Jerome R. Butler, Micahel Demetrio, Jerry Field, Marshall Field V, Myles Jarrow, Gary T. Johnson, Bernard Judge, Mary Robinson Kalista, George E. Kanary, Mitch Markovitz, Robert Markovitz, Kay Mayer, James McDonough, Paul Meincke, Josephine Baskin Minow, James O'Connor, Potter Palmer IV, Ann Roth, J.J. Sedelmaier, and David Welch.  
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English
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0979789206
Item Donor: 
William Lavalie

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