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Marshal Fields Wholesale Store - Richardson - Chicago (1885-1887)

Marshal Fields Wholesale Store - Richardson - Chicago (1885-1887)

Marshall Field Wholesale Store (1885-1887) - H. H. Richardson

Marshall Field Wholesale Store (1885-1887) - H. H. Richardson

Henry Hobson Richardson: 10 Works by the Influential American Architect

Henry Hobson Richardson: 10 Works by the Influential American Architect

The Story of a House: The Marshall Field Wholesale Store

The Story of a House: The Marshall Field Wholesale Store

First Leiter Building - William LE BARON JENNEY Construit sur un système modulaire de 5 pieds ( = 1,524 mètres)

First Leiter Building - William LE BARON JENNEY Construit sur un système modulaire de 5 pieds ( = 1,524 mètres)

The Story of a House: The Marshall Field Wholesale Store

The Story of a House: The Marshall Field Wholesale Store

Auditorium Building, Chicago Illinois. 1889. Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler. Frank Lloyd Wright was a draftsman for this project.

Auditorium Building, Chicago Illinois. 1889. Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler. Frank Lloyd Wright was a draftsman for this project.

Henry Hobson Richardson; Marshall Field wholesale store/ 1885-1885.  (Demolished in 1930.)

Henry Hobson Richardson; Marshall Field wholesale store/ 1885-1885. (Demolished in 1930.)

The Second Leiter Building (1891, Architect - William Le Baron Jenney). Leiter's Assignment to Jenney: "Create a complete and perfect building to house a single retail establishment, but not without the ability to subdivide if required." Leiter II tenants to date: Siegel, Cooper and Company (1891-1898), Various (1899-1931), Sears, Roebuck and Company (1932-1986), Various (1987-1997), Robert Morris University (1998-Current). Named Chicago Landmark in 1997.

The Second Leiter Building (1891, Architect - William Le Baron Jenney). Leiter's Assignment to Jenney: "Create a complete and perfect building to house a single retail establishment, but not without the ability to subdivide if required." Leiter II tenants to date: Siegel, Cooper and Company (1891-1898), Various (1899-1931), Sears, Roebuck and Company (1932-1986), Various (1987-1997), Robert Morris University (1998-Current). Named Chicago Landmark in 1997.

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