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Fourth Presbyterian Church
Fourth Presbyterian Church
TitleFourth Presbyterian Church
CreatorCram, Ralph Adams, 1863-1942
Hunt, Jarvis
Shaw, Howard Van Doren, 1869-1926
Dubin, Dubin, Black & Moutoussamy
DescriptionView of Fourth Presbyterian Church, located at North Michigan Avenue and East Chestnut Streets. Part of the Walton Colonnade tower (100 East Walton Condominium) is visible in the upper part of the photograph, and part of the 900 Michigan Avenue apartment building (now demolished) is visible at the far right.
NotesPhotograph credit: Brubaker, C. William, 1976
Date1912-1914 (Fourth Presbyterian Church); 1926 (900 North Michigan Avenue apartment building); 1972 (Walton Colonnade, 100 East Walton)
Geographic coverageNear North Side (Chicago, Ill.)
Community Area Number8
Subjectreligious buildings
churches
high-rise buildings
residential structures
LanguageEnglish
TypeImage
Formarchitecture
View Descriptionexterior 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.
DownloadsDownloads of larger files for this image are available from the C. William Brubaker set in the UIC Library Flickr collections at http://www.flickr.com/photos/uicdigital/sets/72157625021131144/.
File Namebru008_03_tF
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