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Michigan Avenue from railroad yards in today's Millennium Park
Michigan Avenue from railroad yards in today's Millennium Park
TitleMichigan Avenue from railroad yards in today's Millennium Park
CreatorHolabird & Roche (Chicago, Ill.)
Thielbar & Fugard
Giaver and Dinkleberg
Burnham Bros.
DescriptionView toward Michigan Avenue from the railroad yard where Millennium Park is now located. Visible are 35 East Wacker Drive (formerly Pure Oil Building, North American Life Building, Jewelers Building), the Crerar Library, and the Carbide & Carbon Building.
NotesPhotograph credit: Brubaker, C. William, 1968
Date1920 (John Crerar Library); 1926 (35 East Wacker); 1929 (Carbide & Carbon Building)
Geographic coverageLoop (Chicago, Ill.)
Community Area Number32
Subjecthigh-rise buildings
low-rise buildings
hotels (public accommodations)
libraries
office buildings
commercial buildings
railroad yards
LanguageEnglish
TypeImage
Formarchitecture
View Descriptiongeneral view
Physical Description35 mm. slide
CollectionC. William Brubaker Collection (University of Illinois at Chicago)
RepositoryUniversity of Illinois at Chicago. Library. [Visual Resources].
CitationCite as [creator]. [title]. [file name]. [collection].
RightsThe University of Illinois at Chicago College of Architecture and the Arts holds reproduction and licensing rights. For more information, please email: lib-permissions@uic.edu.
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File Namebru005_08_jF
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