Address: O’Hare Airport, originally between Terminals 1 and 2
Architect: Gertrude Lempp Kerbis with Naess & Murphy, and
C.F. Murphy Architects
Date: 1963 (drawings 1961)
Style: Jet Age
Address: 35th and Pulaski
Architects: Graham, Anderson, Probst and White
Style: Industrial Gothic
Neighborhood: Little Village / South Lawndale
The Crawford Power Station is fast approaching 100...
Address: 2700 N. Pine Grove Avenue
Architects: Solon S. Beman
Style: Classical Revival
Neighborhood: Lincoln Park
Second Church of Christ, Scientist is a fine example of Chicago...
Address: 100 W. Randolph Street
Architects: C.F. Murphy, Murphy/Jahn, Helmut Jahn
This is the third time the James R. Thompson Center/State of Illinois...
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