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Chicago's famous buildings; a photographic guide to the city's architectural landmarks and other notable buildings. Edited by Arthur Siegel. Descriptive text by J. Carson Webster. With contributions by Carl W. Condit, Hugh Dalziel Duncan [and] Wilbert R.

; Webster, J. Carson (James Carson), 1905-1989
2d ed. rev. and enl.. Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1969] .
ISBN 0226756858, 9780226756851

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Other Authors Webster, J. Carson 1905-1989.
Subjects Architecture - Illinois - Chicago - Guides.
Architecture -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Guidebooks.
Architecture -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Guides.
Bâtiments publics - Illinois - Chicago - Guides.
Bâtiments publics -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Guides.
Chicago (Ill.) - Constructions - Guides.
Chicago (Ill.) -- Constructions -- Guides.
Chicago (Ill.) -- Guidebooks.
Illinois -- Chicago.
Public buildings -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Guidebooks.
Public buildings.
Description xiv, 272 pages illustrations, maps, plans 22 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 261-262).
Also issued online.
Contents The Chicago School : principles ... / Hugh Dalziel Duncan -- The Chicago School : ... and practice / Carl W. Condit -- Keys to building -- Maps -- Buildings of architectural merit in historic styles -- Buildings of the Chicago School -- Buildings of the Prarie School -- Buildings of general interest -- Recent buildings -- Other notable buildings in the metropolitan area.
Genre Guidebooks.
Geographic Area Illinois
Network Numbers (OCoLC)152261
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Siegel, Arthur S.,
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