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Carson Pirie Scott Photographs – Chicago’s Black and White Building Photos

Friedman Fine Art offers unique high quality historical and contemporary photos of Chicago, including a selection of black and white photos of famous buildings in the city. 208 more words

Chicago Photos

The short-lived life of the world's tallest building

From Chicago Reader:

Thus the Land was stirring and quivering in impulses, wave upon wave. . . . was pushing its structures higher and higher, until the Masonic Temple by John Root had raised its head far into the air, and the word “skyscraper” came into use.

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Architecture And Cities

Literary lions: Chicago authors celebrate their own hall of fame

You’ll be pardoned if you didn’t know there was a Chicago Literary Hall of Fame. It’s been pretty low key during its short life, and so I excused myself for just discovering it in time for its fifth annual induction ceremony. 474 more words

Art & Architecture

Season's Greetings from Chicago

Detail of Louis Sullivan’s Carson Pririe Scott facade, early 20th century.

(c)Bill Lebovich,all rights reserved,2014

Architectural Photography