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lU'lI.DlNf, I'OK IHK rMNl'-.KsriN CUB, CHICACO 

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BOOK OF THE TWENTY 

FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBI 
TION OF THE CHICAGO 

ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 




1\ THE (iALLKRIES OF THE 
ART I \ S T I T V T E, F R O M 
AEARCH 31 TO APRH. 19. igo8 



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Co the memory of 

WILLIAM LL BARON JKNNLV 

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COMMITTEE ON ANNUAL EXHIBITION 



H. V. VON HOLST 

THE PRESIDENT 

HERBERT H. GREEN 

CHAIRMAN OF EXHIBITION COMMITTEE 

PAUL V. 14YLAND 
ARTHUR J. KNOX 



JURY OK ADMISSION AND ARRANGEMENT 

ARCHITECTURE 



j: K. CAUY 

CHAIRMAN 

WM. K. FELLOWS 

J. L. HAMILTON 

THOS. E. TALLMADGE 

P. J. WEBER 

DECORATION AND INTERIOR FURNISHINGS 

E. THEO. BEHR 

CHAIRMAN 

F. C. BARTLETT 
EDWARD J. FK^LSLAG 

SCULPTURE 
CHARLES J. MULLIGAN 

CATALOGUE 

Edited by JOHN I.II.LKSKAU 



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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



N FKESENTING THIS ANNL'AE CATALOGUE, THE CH1CA(;0 
ARCHITECTURAL CLUB WISHES TO EXPRESS ITS GRATnUDE 



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^O THE PATRONS, EOR THEIK LUJERAL AM) HEARTY SUPFOR'l', 
ENABLING THE PUBLICATION OF THIS VOLUME, AND AIDING 
TOWARDS THE REALIZATION OE THIS EXHIBITION; 



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O THE EXHIBITORS, WHO, BY GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS OF 
THEIR WORKS, MAKE POSSIBLE THESE ANNUAL EXHIBI 



TIONS, THEREBY ENCOURAGING AND PROMOTING A POPULAR 
APPRECIATION OF ARCHITECTURE AND THE ALLIED FINE ARTS, 



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O THE ART INSTITUTE OE CHHCAGO, EOR ITS COURTEOUS 
^HOSPITALITY IN EXTENDING TO 'IHE CLUB THE USE OF ITS 



GALLERIES. 



SIKJKCT ON COVKK 
I'AI.AZZO I'lTII, KIKEN/.I 






PATRONS OF IHK EXHIBITION 



NORTHWKSTKRN TKRRA COTTA CO. 
I). H. lURNHAM. 
IIOLABIRl) c't ROCHK. 
RUDOLPH S. \UA)MKC(). 
AMERICAN TKRRA COTTA cV- CKR- 

AMIC CO. 
MKNN\K & CO. 
CHARLKS L. HUTCH l.\S( ).\. 
i/kNNOX HALDRMAN CO. 
S. S. KIMBKLL CO. 
in'DRAULIC PRKSS BRICK CO. 
JOHNSON SKRVICK CO. 
I5ULLKV iK: ANDREWS. 
1'. iV'. F. CORBIN. 
JACOli RODATZ. 

THOS. MOULDJNC. CO. 
CROFOOT NIKESON & CO. 
EUlloWlCI CELADON CO. 
SPIONCER. cV POWERS. 

roRRENCE HERR. 

i;, BA(;(iOT co.\n'AN\. 

HOWARD V. I). SHAW 
HAWF:S & DODD. 
IF L. OTTENHELMER. ' 
!•; U(} EN E 1 )1 ETZ( ; EN CO. 
PRATT & LAMBERT. 
ITH-: DECORATORS' SUPPIA CO. 
WELLS BROS. 
HULBERT & DORSEV. 
j. J. (}LESSNER. 
.McNULTV BROS. 
jENNEV, MUNDIE & JENSEN. 
F. C. BARTLETT. 
U. S. BLUE PRINT PAPER CO. 
AMER. BLUE PRINT PAPER CO. 
IF R. WILSON. 

WOODBURY (iRANITE CO. "^ 

JOS. HALSTED CO. 
C.EO. W. VERITY. 
L. H. PRENTICE CO. 
HERMAN L. MATZ.* 
VIERLLNC MCDOWELL & C(X 
THE WINSLOW BROS. CO. 
F. P. NELSON & SON. 
KEHM BROS., COMPANY. 
R. R. DONNELLEY & SONS CO. 



KENWOOD BRir)(;E CO. 
CHICACJO VARNISH CO. 
UNION FOINDRY WORKS. 
ANDREWS & JOHNSON. 
POWERS RECULATOR CO. 
COMMONWEALTH EDISON CO. 
D.-VyiS CONSTRUCTION CO. 
C. EVERETT CLARK CO. 
W. H. J.\CKSON. 
WILLY H. LAU CO. 
"MUNROE & SOUTHWORTH. 
HEATH-JOHNSON CO. 
ROEBLLNC; CONSTRUC'IION Co. 
FLSRT & FANNIN(J. 
HARRY C. KNISELY CO. 
WM. MAYOR CO. 
RICHARD E. SCHMID'F, (lARDllN \: 

MARTIN. 
ANDREW F. HU(;HES. 
CHICA(}0 VARNISH CO. 
THE ':fOBE^■ FURNI'FURE CO. 
1. K. POND. 
J. L. HAMILTON. 
J. C. LLEWELLYN. 
NTMMONS & FELLOWS. 
MO.NROE CONSTRUCTION CO. 
1). H. PERKINS. 
W. M. CRILLEY CO. 
H. VON HOLST. 
N. MAX DUNNINC. 

E. P. STANDBERG CO. 
LIBRARY BUREAU. 
ROCL M. COMBS. 
CHAS. H. PRINDEVILLF. 
J. J. EGAN. 

F. P. SMITH WIRE iV IRON CO. 
W. CARBYS ZIMMERMAN. 
HENRY STRUBLE CUT STONE CO. 
P. J. W'EBER. 

LEON E. STANHOPE. 

THE ENGINEERING NEWS PUBLISH 

ING CO. 
MARTIN A. RYERSON. 
FROST & GRANGER. 
OTIS ELEVATOR CO 



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ENTRANCE 

Nimmons ^S: Fellows, Architects, Cliica^'o 



THE FUNCTION OF ARCHITECTURAL 
CLUBS IN GENERAL, 

AND THE CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 
V IN PARTICULAR 



In presenting this paper T am speaking one man's o]3inion only as to 
the usefulness and the jjossibilities of architeetural organizations. This 
opinion may or may not be shared by others, but is \entured in the belief 
that if it serves to make other men think along this line, it will be of some 
service in crystallizing the many divergent ideas that seem to exist as to 
what the object of an architectural club should be. 

To my mind there is no more hopeful sign on the architectural hori- 
i^on ])ointing toward better conditions, judged either from the aesthetic 
or ethiciU standpoint, than the tendency which is now and has of late 
years been shown to organize architectural clubs in the various cities 
throughout the United States, — clubs where men may come together for 
the interchange of ideas, and where they may be brought under whole- 
some architectural influences; where their understanding of the great 
scoi)e of architecture may be. broadened and their respect for the dignity 
of the profession be increased. Through friendly discussion of architectu- 
ral topics comes that realization of the community of interest that exists 
among all Artists, be they Architects, Sculptors, or Painters, and of that 
great common interest that should exist between the men who practice 
the arts and the men who follow the great occupations of commerce and 
industry. 

The Architectural Club affords opportunity for these discussions. 
It also gives opportunity for men to become acquainted with each other 
as men, introducing that inestimable element of ])ersonal interest. It 
encourages that healthy competition that . should always exist among 
fellow-artists. It makes co-operation possible in efforts looking toward 
the uplifting of professional standards. It makes possible concerted 
action on questions of interest to the public as well as the profession, and 
permits an appeal to be made that will carry weight where the appeal of 
an individual would go unheeded. 

The Architectural Club is the Forum of architectural ideas, and through 
the discussion of these ideas comes a saner realization of the true function 



of architecture; its influence cannot help but be benehcial in speeding 
the time when Architecture wiU be truthful and franklf express the con- 
ditions governing the problem it seeks to solve. 

There has jicver been a time when architecture has been called upon 
to express conditions more inspiring than those that are every day arising 
in the development of our country, with all of its marvelous social, eco- 
nomic, and political problems in the process of evolution. 

To solve these problems and give them honest expression requires 
an understanding of human nature, great discernmeni and mtelligence 
m observation, and culture and n^finemc^nt in translating into concrete 
form Truth and beautv must go hand in hand, and both musi be 
sought oui 

"For there is no truth without beaut\. f here is no beautv withoui 
Iruth." 

The thorough discussion ot a subject and the honesi expression ot 
men's different ideas, the threshing-out of a problem until the composite 
idea is reached, is the surest way of arriving at an abstract truth. It is in. 
the Architectural Club that men are drawn together for these discussions 
It is from these discussions that men get inspiration and encouragemeni. 
and from the club radiates an influence in its community making for a 
higher appreciation of architecture as an art and as a profession 

The Architectural Club has a double duty ro perform It should 
ever exert an u])lifting influence upon its members and upon its rommunit\ 

In the performance of the lirsi dut\ the method is simple. 

A young man enters an architectural club full of enthusiasm and 
.imbition to succeed. His habit."-- of ihought arc easilv directed ' His 
mind is plastic and susceptible lo the mfluenct of his surroundings. In 
the club he is thrown among men with vvhos( work he is familiar and 
uj)on whom he has long looked in admiration. A word of encouragement 
from these men makes an effort ofi his part seem vvell repaid. A kindly 
criticism lights the way to further advancement. .\ knowledge of their 
struggles and the persistent effort that has gained ihem their standing, 
reconciles him to the struggles and efforts and disappointments that go 
hand in hand with the development of any artist. 

If in these clubs the preceptors are men of culture and of high ideals, 
men who everlastingly seek after truth in expression and honesty in prac- 
tice, there will be reared in the club a generation of architects who- will 
beneflt by their example and carry the standards of good Architecture one 
step farther — and after all the future of Architecture depends upon the 
young men. with their enthusiasm, their ambition, and their energy. 

Most fortunate is the man, whose ideals are high and whose practice 



has been clean, to have the opportunity of seeing the seeds he has sown 
take root in the fertile minds of the young men of the average Architectural 
Club. The influence he will exert in the cause of future Architecture In 
this way is fully as great, if not greater, than the influence he will exert 
by the concrete examples of his genius. 

The other function of the xA.rchitectural Club, its duty towards the 
community, is fully as important as that toward its members, but not 
so easily performed or its effect so easily noted. 

It should be the unswerving purpose of the club to make its influence 
a })otent factor in all the great ])roblems which are constantly arising in the 
development of a large city; the establishment and embellishment of parks 
and boulevards; the suitable location of public buildings) and in those 
efforts that make for improvement in social, economic, or artistic conditions 
where the cultivated professional opinion of men trained in the consideration 
of just such subjects may be of value to the public oflicials or the citizens' 
committees, to the end that in the practical consideration of such problems 
the artistic ]:)Ossibilities be not lost sight of. 

It should be the spirit of all Architectural Clubs to co-oi)erate to the 
fullest possible extent, with all other orga^nizations working toward the 
same, end through Other channels, and there should never be a disj)osition 
10 refuse to lend this, co-operation because the cause, if a gotxl one, at the 
lime seems hopeless. Many a forlorn hope has been turned into victor). 

To sum it all up, the Architectural Club has the means in it spower, 
and should exert a tremenduous influence for good in rearing the draughts- 
man, the eventual architect, in correct methods of thought, study and 
inter])retation. 

It has the pieans and should become a jjotent factor in the dcveloj)- 
ment of the city. It should be respected in its community, as the guilds 
of mediicval Italy were respected, as the court of last resort on questions 
where the particular training of their members fltted them to pass. 

This is a high ideal for the i\rchitectural Clubs to strive for, but pro- 
gress in thought and accomplishment marks every effort toward a high 
ideal and such an effort would be surely well repaid. 

Of all Architectural Clubs in America which may jjoint with pride to 
a record of their accomplishments and whose record justifies o])timism 
for the future, 1 know of none which occupies a higher ])osition than the 
Chicago Architectural Club. 

Through the twenty-seven years of its existence its progress has been 
uninterru])ted, and it has made its influence felt not only upon its members 
but also upon the public, in bringing about a greater appreciation of Archi- 
tecture and the allied arts. 



Men have entered the Chicago Architectural Club as young draughts- 
men and have graduated to the full responsibility of practicing Architects. 
I cannot help but feel that their experience in the Club has made them 
broader-minded men, more generous in their criticism and more apprecia- 
tive in their regard for the w^ork of fellow-architects. 

The interest that these men, many of them, still show in the Club 
work is a most salutary influence on the young men of to-day. The young 
men of to-day are the preceptors of to-morrow, and year by year the Club's 
power for good will grow, and in a greater and greater degree ejfnate ihr 
standards of Architecture and the personnel of its ])ractitioners. 

Among the educational opportunities offered to its members, ihe (^lub 
gives lectures on topics of interest, either related lo public improvemeni 
or the advances being made in technical knowledge or artistic research. 
Competitions are given, -calling for all degrees of experience and skill, from 
--^ the "Sketch Night" competitions, calculated to inspire a healthy nvalr\ 
among the members, to the Foreign Traveling Scholarship Competition, 
which enables the winner to go abroad tor at least six months for the \)uv 
pose of study. 

Club rooms art maintained, loo sumptuous perhaps lor the artistu 
sense which seems to cra\e the quiel and somber tone of the cloister or the 
picturesqueness of the garret. A library of well-selected books and perio 
dicals is also provided for thi use of nierpbers. Club dinners and social 
evenings are held at which all ma\ m^tv^n democratic informalitv; when 
experiences mav Ik discussed, die bonds of friendship formed, and i-hil) 
spirit be augmented. 

In its programme of larg( (onipelitions. me (dub slri\es to direel Lht 
thought and energies of its meml)ers [oward subjects of \ital public mteresi 
in this way keeping the menilM-rs in loucli with the irend of public affairs. 
and giving thi ])ubiic, when possible, the beneht of the solution of ihesi 
subjects bv men trained to cope with them inielligenih . 

In the annual exhibition, the Club eollecls for public view ih( best 
work being done b\ local and outside architects, and to a les.ser degret 
the work of sculptors, painters, landscape gardeners, and allied crafts 
men. Through the medium of thes(~ exhibitions, there ean be but littU 
doubt the public has been and is being brought to a better appreciation 
of good work, and its taste is being cultivated slowly but surely to that 
degree where good logical work will become a popular demand. 

While the Club has accomplished much to be proud of, its great work 
lies in the future.- Building up around us is a marvelous city, a city with 
almost indescribable possibilities. The Club must do its share in directing 
public sentiment to a realization of the fact that there is nothing incom- 



patible between utility and art. That purely practical problems can and 
should be treated in an artistic manner; that in the laying-out and embel- 
lishment of our parks, our public squares and buildings, and in all of the ' 
great projects that will be carried on in the physical upbuilding of our 
city, this fact should be ever borne in mind, ** 

The Chicago Architectural Club must put its shoulder to the wheql 
and work with others to the end that the Chicago of the future will stand 
supreme, not alone in Commerce and Industry, but in Art as well. 

N. iVTax Dunning 








STUDY >0R HEAD 
By E., H. Blashfield, New York 



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THE CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 



Organized 1885 



Incorporatbd 1889 



OFFICERS 

1907-1908 



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President 
H. V. VON HOLST 



F I RST_ Vice-President 
CHARLES H. HAMMOND 

Secretary 
HUGO H. ZIMMERMAN 



Second Vice-President 
HERBERT H. GREEN 

Treasurer 
OTTO A. SILHA 



Ej^ecutive Committee 
H. V. VON HOLST 



qHARLES H. HAMMOND 
Cliairman Scholarship Committee 

HUGO H. ZIMMERMAN 
Chairman Membership Committee 

N. 'MAX DUNNING 
Cliairman Educational Committee 



HERBERT H. GREEN 
Chairman Exhibition Committee 

OTTO H. SILHA l 
Chairman Finance Committee ^^ 



, LEON BURGHOFFER 
Chairman House Committee 



CLUB ROOMS 
DEXTER BUILDING 
84 ADAMS STREET 




FOL'NTAIN • 

Kuhnifl W Hock. Sciilpior Chicapc. 



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MEMBERS 



OF 



THE CHICAGO ARCHITECTURA.L CLUB 





ACTIVE 


f. 


Abbott, Frank B " 


650 First National Bank Building 


• 

1904 


Alschuler, a. S 


1507 Fisher Building 


1895 - 


ACKERMAN, Ed. 


1731 Marquette Building ; 


1906 


Andrews, Alfred B. 


412, T 15 Dearborn Street .^: 


1 901 


\mes. Millard E 


4364 Oakenwald Avenue 


1906 


A.RMSTRONG, A. 


218 La Salle Street 


V , 


A^usuMB, George 


1518 First National Bank Building 


' '■ 


Bagge, Chr. L' . 


2 Beach Avenue 


1904 


Behel, Vernon W 


720 Tribtine Building , ' : 


1903 


Behr, E Theodore 


734 Athenaium Building 


1899 


Beman, S. S. 


928 Fine Arts Building 


1897 


Bennett, Arthur J T 


1442 Lexington Avenue 


T904 


Bicknell, Alfred H 


.2965 Evanston Avenue 


1903 


Blake, C. G 


720, 184 La Salle Street 


X904 


BOURKE, ROBT. E 


i4oi''!New York Life Building 


1899 


Brinkman, Wm. J 


83, 163 Randolph Street - ; 


1891 . 


Brindsley, Herbert G 


909 Jackson Boulevard 


1893 


Brush, Chas. E 


24 BrJtcien Block 


1904 


BURNHAM, D H 


141 7 Railway Exchange Building 


1895 


BURGHOFFER, LeON 


275 South Canal Street 


1903 


BuHMAN, Chas. T. - 


2162 Harrison Street 


1904 


Carr, Chas. A. 


1020 West Eddy Street 


1897 


Chatten, M. C. 


TI39 Sheridan Road 


1900 


Cerny, Jerry J. 


i860 West Fifteenth Street 


. 1906 


Church, Myron H. 


1233 Marquette Building 


1885 


Cook, Norman Walcott 


3219 Wabash Avenue 




CooLiDGE, Charles A. 


1780 Old Colony Building 


T894 


CiARcoscHi, Salw 


' 720 Tribune Building 


1904 


Clark, Edwin B 


QIC Steinway Hall . 


^904 . 


DoDD, John M 


24 Adams Street 


1904 


Dinkelberg, E. P 


418 Merchants Loan &. Trust Building 


1904 


Denslow, L E 


55-57 South Water Street 


1Q04 


])owns, E. L 
DeAn, George R 


733, 280 La Salle Street 


1906 


218 La Salle Street 


1894 


Dunning. N Max 


516, 167 Dearborn Street 


1895 


Dwfn, Robert G 


1401 New York Life Building 


1906 


Eliel, Roy 


4443 Ellis Avenue ; 


1896 



MEMBERS ^ 



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-H BLLOWS, Wm. K 

Fischer, Johjj B 
Fleury, Albert 
FOGEL, R W 

Gdxette, Edwin F 
(Varden. H M. G i 
Gerber, Arthtik Lv 
Graham, E R 
Graisiger, Alfrei^ H 
Green, Herberi H 
Haagen, Paiji T , 
Haganey, Jas. \ 
Hamilton. J L 
Hammonu, C H 

HAIZFELD, CLARENCt 

Helder. C W 
Heun, Arihdf 

HOFl'MAN. EmIL J 

Hodgkins, Harold C 

flOHAGEN. PaUI 

Holsman. Henr\ K 
hoeppner, e a 
Holst von Herman. V 
H\land, PAm. V 
JENSEN. Elmer C 
Jensen, Jens 
Johnson, Jens A 
Jenkins, Harry D 
Knox, Arthur H ; 
Kohfeldt, Walter G 
Lang, Louis A 
Lit.leskau, John 
Linden, Frank L 
LiSKA, Emil 
Lowe.E C 
Lttgas. Wm Bates 
Llewellyn, Joseph C 
VIaher, George W' 
Mahler, H H 
Marsh, Harry L 
Martin, E. D 
Marvin, C R 
Miller, Walter t 
Millet, Louis J 
Morse, Burton E 
iVfuEi.i.ER. Paui F P 



r 733 Marquette Buildiij^ . • 1805 

7455 Parnell .\venue .' - t8Q5 

3356 Vernon Avenue . , - 1Q04 

515 Warner Avenue < 1Q02 
140 Dearborn Street 

701 Teutonic Building. r8g2 

Wilson Avenue Sta N W LI. K R. Oflicf rgoi 

1417 Railway Exchange Building 1^94 

806, 184 La Salle Street r8q8 

42 East Thirty ninth Street ^ igo? 

810 Steinway Hall , "' 1Q02 

c 733 Marquette Building CQO.S ' 

1218 Hartford Building - 1903 

X303 Fort Dekrb&rn Building 1904 

999 West Eddy Street ' ^^^^ 

2515 West Harrison Street _ . ,1904 

810 Steinway Hall / r88g ' 

701, T72 Washington Street xgos 

- 1906 

Hotel Dearborn, Dearborn and Chicago Aves. 1907 

447 Monadnock Block . 1807 

1325 Merchants' Exchange Bldg., San Francisco i88u ' 

643 The Rookery . " ' 1896 

[030 Park Avenue _ ' " ^900 

1401 New York Life Building /890 

T030 Augusta Street 1904 

C408 North Central Park Avenue 1904 

24 Woodlawn Park 1895 

720 Tribune Building °t905 

C4i> Railway Exchange Building 1905 

261} North Forty-first Court 1899 

303 Haddon Avenue 1895 

1216 Michigan Avenue 1885 

1320 West Sixteenth Street* - 1904 

1780 Old Colony Building 1906 

River Forest, lU - " 190? 

X516 First National Bank Building 1895 

821, 218 La Salle Street '1885 

[731^ Marqu ette Build ing ^ ' 1905 

74,'i59La^lle^STreer "^ 1903 

901, 172 Washington Streei 1904 

Orchestra Hall ^ iQ04 

4580 Oakenwald Avenue 1905 

r69 East .Adams Street ' 1^895 

C245 Marquette Building [898 

82 3 Schille'r Buildin>i ^ r88s 



MEMBERS 



" IVlrNDlJi,^ Wm h 
lSlA(il,F., CaLIARI" P 
N APEH, HeRBET^I j -. 

Nelson ; Edward () 
Nettenstrom, Elmer 1 
'- NiMMONS, George C 
NFaramore, T' t-oyt) a 
()ttenheimkr, Henry L 
Perkins, Dwight H 
Peterson. IUarttn 
Pattison, Edwarp H 
Pasohe^, Jacob 
PoTTLSf:N, Edward | 
PoTLSEN, Geo F 
Peer stone, ED 

R\pp. George L 

Rawson, LorinA 
Rondel, Victor V, 

ROTTLEAU. ArTHHIv 

Rtjge. P H 
Rtts\. /\nthon\ V 
Rich. Chas C 

bANDEGREN, \nUREVV 

ScHMii'i. Richard L 
Shaw, Howard V D 
SHArxucK, Walter P 
Silha, Otto A. ,: 

— Stanhope, L E -^ 

Spini>ler, Oscai< ■ 
Springer. Chas. E 
ScHOTT, Fred 

TALLMAD(iE, ThOS E 

ToMLiNsoN, Webster 
Ptjttle, a B 
Uffendell, Wm G 

W\GNER, F. 3 

W\iKER, Frank C 
Watson, Vernon S 
Weber. P J 
Weiss. John W 
WtiIiiamson. VVm G 
Williamson. RoBT b 
Wilson, Horatio R 
VA'tlmanns, August C 
Wtttekind Henp\ 
WiRi. Frederick B 



140.1 New York Life Building 

2^1:; We.sl Harrison Streei 

3 4QO Rokeby Street 

1 483 F^dgecomb Plait 

1 2 j8 Hartford Building 

1733 .Marquette Building ' 

4805 Madison Avenut 

Fnn Dearborn Building 

720 Tribune Building 

720 Tribune Building 

1.41 ] Emerald Avenue 

H3.(Treenvv)cb Streei 

(466 North FraneLseo Streei 

043 North FLlmwood \vj^n^, Oak Parl> 

^4 Gram Place 

t3 North Fiftv l.hnT) Stret-i 

Kinsdale, 1)1 

3356 Vernon ANj^nut 

^ TO West Polk .Streei 

146c; Nfwpor-i .-\\enur 

hib South .Avt:rs AveiUK ^ 

;o4f> Jefferson A\'(nut 

l)2^ Firsi National Bank HiiihUnt 

I 1? Washington Streei 
r72 Mentor Building 
Qoo, 218 \.d Salle Streei 
720 Tribune Building 

I I to Woman s lemple^ ' . 

Archer Avenue and Ee<i Sneei 

382 2 F orresi \ vtmui- 

1=54 North Lombard A\enui.'. ( .»alv Piirt- 

T004, [88 Madison Streei 

80Q. 8tt Steinway Hall 

•5330 Jefferson Avenut . . 

70 Ea.'^t Thirtv -sixth Streei. Flat l) 

f2i6 Michigan Avenue 

t4i7 Railway Exchange Btiildmg 

543 Fan ( >aks Avenue. Oak Park, ill 

2j c 7 Fisher Buildmg 

^g. 173 Randolph Streei 

ri24, 153 La Salle Streei 

720 Tribunr Buildinu 

218 La Salle Streei 

f8i7 Arlington Plac< 

4730 North Clark StreeL Rogers Park 

^031 Calumet Avenur 



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1904 

1902 

189s. 

1906 

T90C 

T908 

1904 

r888. 

X90S 

1900 

1904 

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190c 
r897 
(903- 

f895 
.903 

1903 

1904 
1888 
r89t 
rgoa 
1903 
"19OA 
1896 
190.^ 

190c 
1807 



.885 
1904 
1900 
r89? 
1:906 
1885 
t88c 
1904 
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1897 
r903 



WOL'J'BRS] tORiy A 

WoLcoTT, Chester H. 
WiNSLow, Ben J. E 
Wilkinson, L. E. 
York, John D. 

ZlMMERJ^ANN. H. H. 



BjORK, A. E. 
Brand, Gustavk A. 
HiLLER, Eugene F 
HoLSLAG, Edward J 
Mai.oaner, Arthttk 



Au-iNG. Van Wagenen 
Apple, Henry L. 
Beckerleg, E. L. 
Beidler, ^.Vv. 
B<DNNER, Charles 

C APRON. E. F 
Crofoot, FREt> 

COEFMAN, (iEO W. 

Combs, Roger IVJ. 
Crowe, JOHN G. 
DoRT, Van G Broes 
Ellis, R. W 
EWEN, John M 
Falkenai", V'tctob 

FANNiNG. (^HAS. G 
FrEEMAJS, F.RNKbT 

Gates, Wm t> 
Grage, Wm 
Gra\. Georgi C 
-GUNN, C. \ 
Haigh, Arthifr hi 
Hart, W B. 
Hulbert, C. P 

JOHNSON. M. E. 

Johnson, E. V 
Kehm, August 
fojiSELY, Harrv C 

KiMBELL, EC 

Ximbell, M. N 
Lanquisi, Amdrew 
Lau, Wiliy H. . 



MEMBERS 

70 La Salle Street 
Paris, France 
t6i5 Ashland Mc 
6014 Kimbarlt\A venue 
1524 North e^rk Street 
T127 A.ddison Street 

ALLIED 

3297 Sawyer Avenue 

t; 1 4 Stein way Hall 

3844 Lake Avenue • 

85 Washington Street 

First National Bank Building ^ 

ASSOCIATE 

1507 Chicago Savings Bank Building 
^344 Wabash Avenue — i 

2t6s Wilcox Avenue 
'V3Q The Kookery 
i:tb7 Chamber of Commerce 
4) Dearborn Streei 
167 East Washington Streer 
.263 La Salle Street ' 
1202 Chamber of Commerce 
602 Chamber of Comiperce 
2t8 La Salle Streei 

q5 East Lake Streei _ "^ , . -:■■ 

740 The Rookery 
108 l^a Salle Streei ' 

73 HawthornV Streei • 

I T 2 Dearborn Sireei — 

bo2 Chamber of (>tmmerce 
1408 Wabash Avenue 
1210 Chamber of Commerce _ r 

56] Chamber of Commerce — ~ .,.:: „ 

Q04 Marquette Building 

^70 F Twenty-sixth Street. c/(> Pratt ^li- Lamberi 

211 Easi Randolph Streei - 

2527 Magnolia Avenue 1 

iT oo C ommercial National Bank Building • 

^6 East^^^iijzie Street 

273 South Canal Streei 

201 Cha^nber of Commerce Building 

^04 Chamber of Commerce Building 

393 North Clark Street 

^Q,3 Pullman Building ■ . 



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Matz, Hermann!,. 
Marshall, Sylvestet! 
Moulding, Jos, W. 
Mullen, Bi^rnard 
NiEMZ, A. R 
Noelle, Jos. B. 
O'Connel, Thos. F 
Pierce, J^. F 
potthoff, m. a 
Prosser, H. B. 
Rader, B. H , f 
RoDATZ, Jacob 
Robinson, Albert £ 
RoBATz, Howard 
Schmidt, R O 
Struble. Henrv 
Snyder, J W ^ 
SpAr^LDfNG, KeSIth 
Verity, George V\ 
V\ ooD, John R 

WOLFARTH, Wm " 

Woodman. Andrew W 



304 Chamber of Commerce /^ . - 

1107 Clia^mber of Commerce" 

1202 Chamber of Commerce 

[ 70: Lake View Avenue 

409, 252 La Salle Streei 

1832 Wabash Avenue ^ 

Producers Supply Co . Ohio and Grand Avenue 

100 Washington Streei 

28 Dearborn Avenue .._, 

602 Chamber of Commerce 

524 Frick Building, Pittsburgh 

449 The Rookery 

rooi The Rookerv" ... 

868 The Rookery 

643 South Jefferson Street ■ 

2Q3 Easr Fortieth Streei 

316, 145 La Salle Streei 

^64 Carrol) Avenue 

gi Dearborn Streei ..:__- 

141 S Railway Fxchange building 

2it; South Clinton Streei 

Qoy, ) 08 La Salic Srreei 



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A.DEJ.SBEROER, ROLANI; 

'\.ndrf;ws, AG 
Bernhard. Adolpb F 
Rrownimg. A^-ex 
Davis. Frank L 
Cook, Wm C ;, 

Fdbrooke, H W J ^ 
Dunham, Geo. Foot^ 

(iRUENFELD, CaSPEB 

Harbeck. ] R 
Heinz, P 

HfmmJng^. F Chas 
Kamfin. .'\rtht:b 

HtU PEJ^J . PlERKb 

Long, Birch-B " 
Link, John G 
Mattison, V A 
Parker. Wajteb H 
Fhiiiips. |(>k> H 



NON-RESIDb.NT 

8t 1 Michigan .Avenue, South Bend, Ind. 

[63^ Frick Street; Pittsburg 

I J F~,ast Iwenty -fourth Street. New York Citi 

351 Fllicoti Square. Buffalo 

jyi) F'lai Iron Building, New York 

Trussed Goncrete Steel Cn., Boston, Mass 

labor Opera Hon.se Block, Denver, Colo. 

Whiddeii & Lewis, Portland, Ore. 

154 rollinw()od Street. San Francisco 

123 TheodoreiJ^treet, Detroit. Mich 

^2? Colorado Building, Denver, Cohi 

t04V Gearv Street. San Franciscn 

f) fl Burnham. Merchant's' Fxchange Building. 

San Francisc(v 
706 Howard Avenue. New Orleans. La 
82 We.st Twelfth Street, New York 
172 Seminary Avenue 
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2504 C'lay Streei. San Franciscc^ 
Reed {^ Stem. 7 Flasr F'ortv -second: Street. Ne^^ 

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VURCELL. WM (jRAV 

Rkicherx, Wm G 
ToRRAKCE, James K 

White. Melviixe'F 
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Bj,AK>., TT3EC»1-)ORr', I, 

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t Jetnafi. \\'m l.y BABt>^ 
Lawki>.. Harvv 
Mc'Lfats, R.ob'j C . 
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PRIMJSTVR, OAVILi G 
SxlLLIVAN l.OTriS H '; 

Tafi. I.orado 
Wagner. Vmr/ 

t Deceased Jime j S'i:Q07 
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1007 New York Life Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 1903 

Palos Park, 111. roo; 

' [86 Claremont Avenue. N^ew Vork ' -, 

Oklahoma City, Okla r'^u^ 
Canada Foundry Co . Ltd. 'Voronto, Oni 

Trowbridge (k Livingston. 4:24 ^^ifth Avenvii- New 

York I go I 



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HONORv^ITY 

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28 Rasi Forlv tirsi Street. New VOrk 

2t;o^ Kenmore Avpnue* 

F^axtoi) Building, < )niaha, Neb 

h~d Western Aivjii+m, Minneapolis. Minn 

SOS. ^?8 Jiearboru Street* 

S3q Flournoy Street* 

Auditorium Tower 

1038, 203 Michigan Avenue* 

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It consists ot a pnz(()t $500.00 awanled annually in competition 
10 members ol the Club. T'b( tunri 10 b( \imf\ u> assist the winnfr 
in defraving the expense i)t c\ lour of (>bs(rvation and archil e<-riirHi 
studv in Europe. "' . 



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BIRCB BlIRDETTK l.oNC 
THOMAS E TAI,LMAD(ih 
CHARLES H. HAMMOND 
HKRBERT H GRKEN 
WTLJ REICHERH 



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BARTLF.TT, F. C. - 2qoi Prairie Avx:.. Chicago 

1. Two lights in Knglish College.-, window frofii full size waUT-coloi in .olon 

ford and Cambridge, supported by the Iiritish Lion. and inicorn 
_'. Ivnglish Colleges Photogni|jli of half size black and white stud\ foi pauiti-d 

windows (one of series of t:^) for the I Hivcrsitv Club. 
V I'.ntrance (iate lo Country Mouse Designed l)v Frederick C"la\ IJarlleli and 

Steinieken ahfl Lehr, r.xecuted by Sieiin'i kcii iS.- l,ehr, Munieh K;i\;iria 
4 C'urtain for Reynolds Club Theatre, Cniversit\ of Chicago 
5. Three studies for lead work fur painted windows. llni\ersit\' Cluli ol ("h;< ago 
'' The Fine Arts. I'holo of one half size stud\ in water-color fur oni of a scne- 

of 14 painted windo\\-^ lor the rni\e.rsit\' <'lid) 

BAl'MANN. (>US1\AVI-. ^-^ Van Hnrcn si 

7. Old Munich.' 

8. Landsberg Stud\ 
g. Landsberg Studx 

I o. Landsberg Stud\ 
I I Munich Studv 

RF.Tl. & HKRMAN1 j^ ;o si (law n, 

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by the Woman'-- ()ui Door An League 

15 One panel, representing industry t'(ji I'hird Naiional Bank, St. Loiiis 

16 One panel, representing .Agriculture for 'I'hird National I5ank, St. Loui- 

17 < )ne panel, rej)resenling ( 'oninicMcf- oil 1 he Mississippi Ri\-er l-'or Third Xali'ina' 

Bank, St. Loui- 

IHLASHFIELD, K. H. 4'^ W lifiv-ninth Sl, .\e\v N'ork 

Study for Deconii ion C oljege ol Cit\ ol \ \ 
Stud_\ for (Iroup Loilegc of Cif\ of New \nrk 
Study for I'"igurc ( 'ollegc of ("it\ of \ev\ ^ uri 
Study for Head ( 'ollege 'it ('ii\- ot .\eu ^ ork 
.'2 Study for Decoraiiuii College of ("n\ ol \i'>' Nurk 

K(»( k. RICHARD W Mavwood. Ill 



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Sketch Model ot' ^i. ulptui-ed 

Sketch Model for l-'ountain 

Lion \'ase. 

\'a^e with hutlerl'lie^ 
-'7 (.)\\"l Case (oblongj 
2>S. (>wl \'ase (squyrc base; 
29. Indian F^fhef}' 
^o. Mode' for l'ounl;iii > 

,M Woman 

•■^ralc Model MMic -'nir: 'o' 



Panel n\er Cluii( ii f.ntrance, John Sut( lilU ,1 
'Wvu -^eason -. Spring anrl Winter 



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'Carl 



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BKJSn.N, I'/l.J.A,^. lo.^S iMnr An- Hldu. 

,.| Stencil Burla)j jjoriierc loi .\ursor. 

,-^ Siencil 'i'able Cf)VL'r loi .\'urser\. 

;() Stencil Curtain on Child's Cuhhv-hole 

-i/ Stencil \\'in(l()\\ Curtain ior \nrser\ 

in C'K, l.AWRKNCK go() Sicimvay Hall, Chica.^r 

■;<s _ l<esi(len( e tor W H i)av, |i.. I)uI)U(|IK', Iowa 

•;i, Sketches for a Cliunli 

40 "^ketches tor Resideni I .ii Mr k. 1) Moen-. ( hn ,vu,r ■ 

ii l<esi(ieni-e for Mr. \\ II I )a\ , |)ul)i](|ue. Iowa 

I .' R(■^i(lenc(■ for Mr !■. l> Mmns. Chicago 

(, Kcsidenci of Mr jolin S i;i\. Ceda)- RapiiC. Jt.w.i \\ .'ner-rMloi 

j.i Sch(joL Cliapel and l.ihrarv, \llendalc k'arni. Lake X'iJIa. Ill 

\^-\() Studies for a Residi-m c foi' Mi h K (elTri-. ( 'hii ;i,o(,(, W atc)-^ oloi - ( 1. 

2 Stretchers. j 
j; Siudit\s for Mr k. H llvinan- kr^idi n. < <),:,. I ';n t In W.iii- r- ,■: 

Slrelrher 1 

UlkXH.Wl \- (■()., I) n ,4,7 Kai|w;t\ i- xchaiiirc 

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iw li'id Hm'lding, Ih-uoii, .\l iclii^-an \Jam ■ Ic. atioM 
.1 kord Huilding, l)eii'i)it. detail l\p)cal -lone- 
;i kdrd IkiilfUng, Detroit deiail main i-nliami 
^. lord lUiilding, Delmn , plan of lop tloor- 

l'(ir<l liuiJding, iJetroii . plan oi upiial tkior- 
,| lord Huilding, Delron. i)kin of nniin llooi 
;, kord Huilding, Deiroii. deiail Crowning \i>a(l( 
-.'■ ^an l'riin(is(o \ icw of ('i\ii ('{"iiici I'reliminarx Sunk 

( l.\'ri:H. AMKl.lA H^I)I u^ N-nh < k,k Park Av. 

:;; Leathei Screen, 

,.S IMiotograpli of lioot ( :i-( |)o.ir~. k.aihe- Mrap work 

CHAI'TIA' \;HAMM()\i) 1 ^os I'Mri I )earl)()m Hl(l<r., Chicaiic 



;i) Residence for Mi \ I' Vo. Nrhaai.. Highland I'ar 

cHK \(.<) SCHOOL *)k \k( Hi'ri:( It kk. i^hk 

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Ch.inen 



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(■S. CliiM's C\ii)l)v-iiolc. 

()';• ("liil'l's l"i)l(lin,i^ TahK' 
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71 Hread ami MilkSci 'liiiic H> 1- i';'c, >. , 

7 2 Child'- RoLind Tahlr 

'y. Sirai!j,"lil i.iiu' \nimal lOv- 

74 Straii^dil Line lMj.,nirr I'ms 

('RAM. (iOODliri-. cV I'KRCrso.X lyoMllli \\c'. .\\\. \'oil-, 

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77 Si. Mai k- C'liuri h, .Ml kis(,i, \. \ k;\icii(ii 

75 St. rii'Diia- ('lui)-(;li \c\\ N'ork Citv llakinn !■ 1 I'!, 11 
71.;. Si. I hdiiia- ( "liun li \c\\ N'ml. ('il\ ) IV'C-nrt 1 pc 

"^c Si I'homa- Cluii 1 li. \'c\v .\ dik ("il\ liiUriin 

.> I Si Tluiina- Chui'' h. \i\\ Wirk ('ii\ lii-: j-'k"!! I'lai: 

"^2. Si I'liMiiia- ( 'liur. h, \c\\ Nml Cm I'cr-pci n\ 1. 

S; l\ii-,-rl Sa^c McniDriai Cliur( ii, i\\UMi(); 

>| ('al\ai\ Chun h: I'ilt-liuri;, I'a I'Iidi, in ; ;,| ,|, 

^-. (',ilvai"\ Chun h, i'il 1 -liurt^, I'a.. ('haiitcl kurn il u 1 1' 

So Cal\ ar\ ( 'hiin h. I 'it KkurL;. I'a.. Chami'l kuniilufv 

^7 ( 'al\ ai7\ Cluirrh. 1 'il l.-liuri;, I'a Chama-I kiiniilui( 

^S ku.-scll Sa,L(c .Memorial Cinin ii liihTim 

Su. i\u--cll Sauc Mt-iii' iriai Churili. k'.ir Rorkawiu I 1 I'kii, 

MO M. M.iil.s Cluin h, .Ml Ki-co. \ N I'kiM 

wi Chri-I ('hunh, WV-i lla\rii I'iioid- 

oj ( 'ai iu'dral 1)1 \()\a Sioiia. liahla.N I'ci-pf. 1 1\ r iioni Siuith 

w -; C'athcdral i>\ .\ii\a ScotiA. !lalil'a\. l'ci--|ii'(i ]\ c frciv ('ioi-lci- 

i).| ( 'at hfdral mI" \n\a S,(i[ ia\ I la hi'a \, I'lai; 

';; Cha|icl ( ^ Milii.ir\ \( adt.iin W'c-i I'mimi \ \ k.b hiiiLi 1 ■> \ I ■<•,■; i,i.\u 

■j(i ( ',il hc(h-ali if .\m\ a Si')ii:i ilalil"a.\. l'tT-| i'm 1 ; vi \'-.,\^, k'.jm 

( Rl\i:i.l.i;. l.|,( )\.\R[) r.di-,,,, I'nk 

')7 k'idiiT |',.i\ kMtmiani 

!Ha OR.VroR's Sl'IMMA' CO. Till \n lin \\.- .md 1 ,.■.. n, . (hu ;i,u.. 

wS Kiiiuai' I )Mrii Ciihmiii and Capiial ('a|iilal IVdhi ihr I )ii m Id la p Ikikn- Rmni- 

'H/ kras^inriil ilalian l\(nai--aiiia' k'rmi Sicnt ('(,kii-i'd 

I ■'> ■ ("I'liu-ni .\lanlfl Creek I''.r-( hi heiiin 

'Oi k rai^Mlieiil Creek k,r-( hi ileuiii (''.rniia ('uiored 

".'2 koman Corinlhian Cnhniin and C;i|)ii;i| ("apiiai innn nu I'.iiilhiini i\(iine 

I L , ( ireei< k ini( Culiimn and Capital ( 'apilal t ri 'in 1 he k 1 -( In lieu in 'I'enipk' \t keii 

hlNKl'd.R.l'.RC.. I' IV 13- A.lainr- St , (■liicu-o 

1C4 Stud', |(ir Mau-Mleuin I'er.-pei 1 1\ e il \(i ^ 

1 o> ~>ind\ h II Mau-( ileum Xn i 

! of' Siud\ lor .Mausoleiin \o .> 

I C7 Siud\' k 11 Mail-' ileiin, \o ^ 

'■C^' ^uj^,^e,-ti<in loi- !'■ iKa hromalie Cv '■, ' ■;;• >'-■ i 



l)i:\Nl\(.. \ MAX 510. 107 l)('arl).;n) sr 

l)c'signH l()i ('arvc'l Wooil I ,ii^luiii;i, I'lxturc,-- 

Mouse I)! I ( I'uxci Ixi'iiilwuri h. 111. 

l'cTS|)crli\ I '^l riicain- 

I louse ill ( )aKiaiKi, Call 

Mouse ai Oakiaml, (_'ai. \ Max I )iiniiuiii; and | (' Lkna-IK 1 

( "niii\-li ai lvenosii;i - .W'i:'. 



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KI'.RXl'KI'^ cXCKAMKR- \':\\>-\ Htdo., MilwaukiH. W i--, 

115 Resi(k:iua' ol .M|-. [olin l(, l''i-:inl'. I'l'osjjerl A\-e. M ilwaal-.i'c 

ii() Residenee ol Mr. I'red I'ahsi.ni Ocoiiomowoi , Wis. 

I 1; l'ri\aU' Siahle ol Mr. l''re(l I'.ihsi. al ' )e. )n()mo\\o( . \\ i; . 

I iS nuildin<j,s 1)11 the l'"i-e(l l':il)Si Stdi k kariii al Ocoiioiii'i\\'o> . W';.- 

110. 15uildin,t;s on tin- h'l-ed I'alisl Shu'e fai-ni :il ( leoiiwniowo. . W'i . 

I .''O kesideiice ;i lid ol her I liiildams , .1 1 Mi'. |-'i-ed 1 ';il isi 's .Si mi-j- I-'-ii'M' a 

i"()(il-L. R W . 515 W ;n-nor,\\o.. rhicu^w 

lii I'lie ^oiilli .\isli , Si. I\ai-iij- ('liiiriii Iviiiii, WisI)'. i.i')ihoiO. Si 
1 J-' i'lir \;t\-i-. Si. I\.ai'iii's ('liiii"i'l) Ruin. Wis! i\ . (iolhiiid. iSiiiiioii"- 
.J^ rile X'mi'IIi (iiiie. II;ilin<i;id. Swcdria 'Suniiiiei- Sketch. > 






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i.\ri-.S I't t'r'ri.-.Rl |.^> on.- ('liamlHa ol ( ■.iniiiii're(> l-Mdu 

, I e. .. \ a.M-.- 

'-'(' 1 ei ( ' I'nlleia 1 ,1 i\i la; ( ' a| . I Jisi^i' .\ci. i_(;. 

j; 1 eeo R(.llei\ Wall I'uekel I )esi.tin .Xo. S2 

■ J^ kee. . i'()!tei-\ I'mieli liowl l)e-ii.;;n Xn. 101 
:o le.'.i l'.)itci\ k'k]\v(r l^'^v' I )esi:',ii X" <'^o 

'i|-.X,SC']| III'IRM.VX -^( iil|)l(,r !:;?; laisiWMod a .. i .. ( hi, au. . 

■ 'At :i ' I ■ .1 , ! alde^ . Mle i)ei:(k, 

• iooniiri' {() . I'll!', 11 i', .^3 Chuivh Sl. kanilirid-o. .\la.^^ 

io l)es:(.r]. 1,1, |!,)\\(;cn Meuicjriai. kniulN Cluireh, ('deii-^ kali.-. .X N 

.'I I )e--i,ti:ii li)i J()\(i .\Iein, iiaal. 'kraiiu Cluneh, (IKai- k;ill-. .X \ 

^-' l)e-i,L,oi Imi \\i'|,|i .Mcin,iia;il Window--. Si SU'] ,henX ( 'lu!i-( h, C' >li:i-..,t; . \| 

Si Repli, a ' it \\ iii(|,)\\ ill |;i-.|i,i|) \'iiiii)n'- ( )i-aUii-\ . S])ian,u;kiel(l. M;iss. 

' U I )e-i,i,'ii l<i|- ( 'iinklin.n .Memorial. Sr-'ond l're-k\ t,-i'ian f 'hur( li. Spian.^.'ield, I '■ 

S-' Nesi,L(ii liii ('lain, el Wind, i\\ .-. ('luisi rhui,h, Rnnil'eo., Caiii 

■;'i I )es|ii;n tm Chapel Window "^1 |olii;'s { 'hur,-h, ('>-nn\',l, I'a 

' -i^. ')ea,L,Mi I'll \(kMio- Meinniiid S; .Mi<iiai!X Clnio h. ''',';d 'i-irlil X 1 

*-Rl-',I':X. tll':RHIMn ),(, Idr.^i XMi.aiai l^.aok Ukkj 

i.iN ClouilN l);i\ m llolhiiK! 
\^9 laoi, ■ )l Si ,\Jark \ enua 
.10 S;ini;' \l,iri;i I )ella ^ii'uli 

J ' • 'lU''( I". I ■ >\wi I iXlui'O 

1 I , iiier-Oar- ( ;illic' Ir.'O ( ,■■, ,,i 



fiKIIKIN. \VA,LTvI:K HTRLK^ !2ooSieinw;n Hall . ( huaa, ,. 
,4...i Siucl\ loi" (J)-nu)) of CAiv House>, 

.-15 i'c)l_\i'iir()iriaii(, 'i'ciTa (Joiui Slorc i-rtnu. 
i.|.o. Phologi-ajjlis of Resiflcuci ai L.a (_'i-ossc. VVi- 
U17. Im'tsi NaliotKii l^aiil:. Winona, Mimi. 

HA\M':S .^ I)Orji:» 24 .\(\■^\^^< S\.. CWwd^n. 

i-lS. I'aicncr Di'coralixT Panrl. 

1-I9. .ViiiiqiK' Lusirc 'I'l'lc ■ Bhu-." 

15c. Anliquc Lusin- Tile 'Cjolcl." 

15 I. Lustix'd Ceramic Mosaic, 

152. Vase. Pcrsiaa Style III" Paini inji. 

J5.S. rCIectric I ,ain]) Base, laisircd l''aicn<_( . 

i<A. I'^lccLrii iaiinij ]ii\<c. l.iistred l''nicnc( . 

155. Mural ("e^rami*- Panel lor Urii k or Tile Maaiui. > h , 

1^(1. Lani|) Base. laisired l'"aieMic,c. 

157. (,'eran>it J-'aieaiee- I'anel "Sea (".ull,-." 

1 58. \'int_- l-rieze. Modelled i-aieii.c.^ 

l-ll-'.l'RMANX, DOKOTHA' lOS I'rcinoiii m.. ( dii. auo," 

1 ;u. Rug loi' Child- Kooin. rmbroirjeri'd. 

lOo. Sample of \\'ea\iiv4. all desifrncd ,\]\(\ woeci) In ivhiliin >)■. 

lOi. Ktig. 

LJia'R.MA.W. 1':MMA ] i'iS l<reni(.ni ^\., .Ch\vd\^u. 

i()2. d'alilc Ivug. (1\ CI L 

i(\^. Rug for ( diild"- 11" .111, riiihrnidi red. 

i'),.( I'^ug, 1 )_\ed, 

I o; d'aljle eowr. 

;(i() lalde Rug, rlecd. rmlin lidc-i'cd. 

\il d(;<igii(,'il 'and woxcu 1)\ cvhibiini. 

H( »r)(;Kl\.S, H()\\.\R1) (.. So- sicjnua) Idiill. ( diii a^. ., 

in;. Residence for John W , llilf. 
16S. Counirv Cdul) 1 lou-^e. 
[Oil. Sion- and (dllcc Building, 

l|()I.AHlKr) \ KOC'Hb". iSiS Monadnock UMl^.. ( duea-i^o. 

i;o. 'd'lie r ni\'e'rsit\' Cdul). .Main Dining Rmmiu. 

171, ddie I niversil \- CbiB. l-",.\1erior, 

1:2, d'he I in'\-ersilv Chd), l.oimging RoMin, 

173. ddie rnivorsily Club. Billiarrl Room. 

'7.). liotcl l.a Salle, >.Jadisoii and 1 ,a S.alh M, ,, ( dir .ig.. 

.7.-. llniel l.a Salle,' F.aiuiuel Hal!. 

: 70. Hold [,a Salle. Main Lnhhx , 

'77. Counl^ Huildiiiii' and l'i-opn-;cd Cii^ llall 

H^"LA.\'I), PACl, \ . \\1,)^ Hi-:RP,KR1' <ikl':i..\ [(x.-)i ilcvworih 

: 7,S. -\ dCrra (l^oiia riieain lUiildiuy, Thi- 1-iriek Buil'lei ConipeiitioM. 
-() \ 1 (T'-.a ( .iiU) Idieaio BuilditiK I'n- Bru i, Uuildei < 'on-'pf ii inn , 







n'VNKk, W M H. Hoard ,,i Kchu an..ii Hlriy, 

I AkVIK ^H( )|', THJ.; iu4 Michigan \vc;:"; ^ ' 

ii'^^.S- I'^lcciric. Lamp, l-Jand\\ i-oughi in' ( '.jpijci 
:''^''i. (J>i)ipci Jai-(linici-r, IhiiKlwi-.iimhi. 
■■"^7 * 'upper Jai-. Ilaiahv ruu.tilii . 

.|I^\NK^, Ml/NDII': ^ JKNSJ'X ,40, \^ N . l.ju- llMg., Chirag.. 

iN'^. I'i'dinu-I'il Cronp. llllnoj. Siair Vl. .iiuniuiu , Cluirl.- | \1 ullinan. Srul|,i..' 
„-^w. \ l!ank Paiilclin,-. ' " " 

'■''■ '"I'l' I'^cloi-incd Chun h ..i Iru'iig- Pail., Chi, a.^o. 111. 

i'ai IHiiifiis Slaic .Mnaumcni , Vickslnirj:; .\alional .Mihiai-> I'an. \ :. t..^i uii-. Mi,-- 

'"-' lliiii'as Sialc M.)miiiuMii. \i. k.shiiro NaUBmal' Miliiai-\ I 'ail.-.'. \ i, Ul nii-w. Vlj.*, 

li:\si:\. jKNs lop^ .\iij,ru>ia sc . ^" ' '.. 

lu.-;. 10 Caii(l.-;( apf Pli()i(;<fra|jh>- nl \\ c^sl Chi( a^n I'ark^ 

104 IU5,. -' Crardeii Halls and Park (;aif\\a\, WCsi Chic ai^- I'.ir!.^, 

i'C' lu;, -'( iardcn Seals. WCsi Chicago l\irkb 

K AHX, \l.l^l':R'r 00 Lal-"ay(4U' Hhd., Dclroii. .MJrh, 

. -?7 Phr.'iugraph:.. KcsidciK c wcrk., \ssoriair, kanc.-i \\ill,\ 

Ki:i:> \ (OLiu k.\, .\r,hii,Hi. 



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(I^Mii ISIrJLC 



M inia'apoli- 
Minn 



lu.S. dhi- h.inaldsMii l-Inildin.L^, \l innca|M .Ji.s. .Muin 

kXo.X, .\k-I-HlK H. 720 Tribunr HIdg., Chiragn, 

uni. Design h.r 'I'Jieain' in Tena Cdiia. Seelion. .Side i;ie\aii..n. I)eiails, 
-■or. iJesigii hir Tlu'an-e in d'erra C.>Ha. l-mm .l-de\ an( .11. .Main and Hakmn I l.„, 
Plans. 

■-\l- WII.I.N II. (O.MI'.A.W 12 .\rlan> Sc. Chitagu. 

I I' Diidsclberg, \iThileii 
-'^'i . i Sellee and d'aide eoinhined. 
20J. 'I I .amp'- l(iiC<)ininei-(ial Xaik.nal llank. 

l.\ll-!|-'.k, JOSI'kH 12^^ l-ifih .-Xw., .\cw \\,vk. 
.'o(>. Si, JdIiu's \ isicjii of ihe iloK Cdi\. 
J07. Skeleh Imi- Mosaic . Pari mI' Pr()ies-,i,inal, 
-■'^ Sk.eieh fell- ( das-. 

d'he .\niionneemem lo ihe Shepherd-, 
l.owei- I'arl Chrisi in die Wilderne--. 
-' ''I- Skeleh I'or Window , 1 lope. 

-'.'•' Sia'leh for Window . Si. \gn(\- | n ni \ ndi-e-/, '- ( di'iir Ji. \ \ 
•' i I. I lie Spiril d'riumphani. iCarioon > 
■- ' -' Ike Spiril of ( '.race. ''C'arloon. 1 

-' : . "^keleh for Ceiling, in eenler. d'he .M arc h . r" I '., ,L;r,-- W rM \', ,ird . iii 
:md Soulli. l-ki-i and We.-i reaehing a. ni—, 

.\^ l.k. R<)l]k,Rd- 1235 Macpiciic HIdg,, (dii.ago. 

.Mi Resifleia-i loi Mi l-ranj. \\ rdiureii. Clene-x-, I!' 

-■^ f.'leha.la ^ai lunii |-!,iillis!a CkMriJi, ( 'alik a-^;,, | .,,,, pr,,,, 



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LINDKN (U.ASS CO 121O Michigan Ave.. Chicag,) 

iL<i-22\ '7r((ups of .\losai(,~ Njm i 

222- 2 2g. Lciwlerl (Wass ■. ., . ■ • ■ 

_'^o I )e( I )r;uiv(' 1 ,iniiisi apt * - - 

' VIAHKK, (;i<:( )K(;i-: W., Archiic« i S2 1 , _m S La ^al!c M.. ChK-i.uu 

j<i Kcnilwori h \.sscnil)l\ llall. kfiiiKvonh. 111. 
.ft- , j<j. Swifi iMigiiUT-ring Hall. .Noilhwcsicrn lni\r:>il\, l'.\ aii>iMii, III. 

_'^^, I'rojjosed l-'lan for ' hr->.'i)rihwf'iicrn I 'nix'crsit \ ( ';i iii|)ii-. l'\-;in-iiiii. Ill 

MANDKl. HR( )'rHKkS diicag... III. 

J.;. I -'5g. nr((Tfal ion.- and Interior l-'iii-ni^hinL!,-. 

MARSH..i'M<i:i) DANA Aviitlcv, N. j. ' - ' 

.?(io. I )ci-i-iil. I\i^y;.i_'i>. , . 

M.AKSH.ALl, cV !•< )X, AiTliiU'(l>^ gu) 1^1 .NaiiMiiai Hank KMg.. Cliira.gu. 
jo I , \ Slate Sii-cri 'I'licai w. 
2()j. kcsi'lcia r I'or \\\. \. |. I'artridtii'. !■ u llcrh m \\cinic. 

Mll..LK'r, LoriS j. i()(j l',. .\(laiii- .SI., Chicago. 

2(1 .;. \iiiinal St ud\ in ( i la--. 

26.4. Nninial SliuU in ( i la--. 

20;. \rl Stiid\ I'ancl. 

2(ic. \rl Siudv i'ancl. 

Ml l.l.K, \.\. CH.XKl.KS J. An hi-iimir. 

207. (ii'Miiji lor l\\]io-iti<)n i^inldiiiL^. 

N1MM()NS\X- l'l-:iH.()\\S 17,^,^ Mai-i|iiciic I;Mu.. ('Iii( agu. 

20S. Sear.-. Roi-hiu k \ ('om|.jan\. (hiias^o. I'lioio. 

iyg. ManuWu luriiin Plani t'oi' Siein. Hii-sh \ ('o.. \-liland \\r., IMmto, 

270. Pniildinif lor i-i'anii.-C. l-arwcll. ^g'l ^of<^ I'ifi h \\i'. 

( »s'n-:K'r.\( .. hi.axchi', 114 w. yind si.. naw \<Hk. 

'271. !■ i<j;nic of .MirhacI fioin ii;nm)iof " 1 he K\crla-iinu ( 'o\ main 
j. j. Ilu-ser. ("hii a^o. 111. ^ 

1 )I"r!;\Ili-lMi;R. M. l.. 715 l-i. Ocai-hnm Uldg. 

272. SlccK- W ede-lf- ( 'oin|)an\ Warehouse Koardof I j|u< .ilion . ( ' Im a; 

n.RKlNs. I). II. 720 Tfil. 1.111c i-ildg. 

27 V rill.in S( hool. PiM-<pi'i live. 

271. Carl Stiunv. Higii S. hool, l-'cr'-pcc ti\c 
27;. lahn I'nhlii S( iiool. Photograph. 
270. Moo- I'uhlii .^Ciool. ldi>MoKra|)li. 
277. Pcnn l-'nl>li( Srhool, IMioto^raph. 
J7,s, Ha\i i'\ilili( S( hool. J'hoiiiLrrapli. 

I'l-KKIN^ \ H.WII I.'i< )\ i2i,N Haril.inl r.l.lL!. 

j"(.; I ic^is^n lor Mrihc l-iuilflnifi 

j.Sf. I )c^)t!;n for Siilmrl^aii Rcsiriiaii i- 

2.S I Rt-n i-ni Rc^irlcnn- Worf in Cdiiiag'' .tnd ■.Hinii. 

.'S .1 (OmpiMilixc I >r--iKn to' H Hi^jh Si hool 



|-..r hdl of Mr- 



J<S^ (lirls 1 )<)rniit()r\ tirou]). I*<ii k College, P;irk\illc. Me 

284 ('Murth Prize rompt'tilivc Ucsign to? Hughes High SihcoL Cim-iniiau I'erspec- 

.;^; I'OMrih l-'nze ( Mnipeiitivf I )esigii loi Hughe- Higli -^cii.,.*! ('in<iniMii |-ii>i 

M«;r\ Plan 
■i^i' ki'siflencc m Winiu.-iku toi Win, H. halt 

.iS; </hirag(. '\vonar ..Plavgnninrl l-iuilchng. koriii, I, in, win Pari- C .iiuni>:,iun(,T-,. 
-?S'S I'lekl Hi, use and ( i \ innasiuin Hiiilding lor l;in,",,hi l':iit ( '. M.'iini--.i.-.iuT-. ,11 s.-.lj^ 

wirk. \-'Ai)] and ( )rlcans Sis.. Chicago. ■ , , - — -- 

■'^^' l-irl'l lloii.sc and ( 1 \ iniia.siuni l^juihJiiig ai Vim, \ ,ddri and kn- ^i, ('hi, a<4,' 

111! I he l.iiitiihi Park ( 'onmii.ssionci-^, 

I'l- .^'l<Al■|), I', c. ()os7 jcnVrsoii .\\v., rit\. r' ■ 

-'go. \uliiiiin. Skcli h for .\Jural I'ainilng. 

^()i. S|)ring, Skclrh lor .Mural Painling. 

Ji)2. W'inlcr. .SkcirlT lor .VJural Painling. 

-'(>,. Suniincr, Skelch lor .VInral Painling. 

!'• 'M) ^^ I'ONI) I io(, Sii'inwnv Hall. 

^y)4. Siiinis.si|,|,i karni IIoii.m- Ioi- lh,n. krank. ( ). I.owiitai, ( )rt'gon, 111 
-'OS- Sinnissi|i),i |-arin Piouse lor, .lion. I'rank < ), Po\\(k-n. < >rcgon. Ilk 
-•O'l. Sinnis.sippi karni I lou^c lor Phm, I'rank <). I.owden, < )ivgon. Hi. 

iM kci:i,i,. \\M. (iK\\- \\i) (ii:()k(;i-: i'i:ick. jr. 1007 .\Vu \\„k 

Lite. Miiinca|i()li^, Minn. 
-'07. M innoooilng, l'cr,^|n'i li\c k'ronl. 
^i)^. .Minnc-^oonng. 2(\. k I. Plan. Inlniorainl Prgrhp. 
Jim;. .Miniu-soonng, I'hoiDgrapli.^. 
ioo. .Minnesooiing, ( 'jciieral Plan. 
.■;oi. .Miniicsoiiuiitf, Pci>|ic( ii\i-. I\car. 

K.\W:M ).\. I,. .\. r).^^ K.M,kcry llhl-. 

Soj. Sniiurhan I 1, rii-.c. 
•;o^ SiiUnrlian 1 1, ai^e. 

I<l..\l)i:. ('Ilkl.sl'l.\ M, io,^(, I'iiio \n^ 111,1^. 

SO-j. Sludio 'I'ahie. 
so;. Desk.. 



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11)1)1. !■:. Ml'.kl'.I-.k-l- 111(111 l-ii-l .XaliMMall-lank llMu. 

•;o(). {■om|)ciili\e 1 )csign h .r Pilgrim .M cirinrial ai J 'r, ,\ in, en ,\\ n. Ma — . 
io;, Pungalow, Sewaiice, d'enn. 

k< )(,V.R< \ .M.WSOX Ho.iiin. Ma^,^. 

■^•"''- \ d'eii-a C.lia ddicaliv kdiilrlin-. Sc(,,nd Pri/.r d'h, k!ii, I liniklia ('.aiipcii 
lirm 

■ '' \ drrra C.lla ddi,-alii- knsi pri/. IkicPri. i k;nildc! ( ', aii| .el i! |, .n 

^1 \ dcrra (',)iia d'hrairr PuilrtniK |-ir-,i Prizt- PIk Hiack Hnildei ( d aiq ,cni i, n 

II ^ I lara ('oiia Pheai it Miiilding Phirrl IVi/i Phi- i:;ni I, l^nihler ( ', anpcin lo' 

■-I-' \ Ifira Cdjiia ldir>airc |-iiiilrhng Phirrl Prizf I he l-ini k P\iilfiet ( d ,riij.H'UUoi 

;'- \ Pcrra (' ' 'U ,i Ph.viiri MnddniK ^^■.,,uf\ Pn/, pi,, |-!rj.i. \hj]lc]r< C.mopii 



kONMJb.L, VU'TOK \\. ^ SON - >oy Hewvoiih Hlft^ 



^).i Rep'HisstH Teiling Kixiurc 
s)^ ( .rous(iu< Brai kei Li^hu 



siO \iain Banking Kixjin Chaiulclicr^. lii'^i NaiKnuil l-lank oi l-.nul(\\.>. 

^1/ l.tidies" Par Kixiures. I'Mrsi NaiHuial Bank nl Knglcw I. 

,iS Conirailvcc Room l^'ixuiio. I^'irsi Nutional Bank ol Kn^lcwooik 

;ig. I'rcsidcnl's l-iooiii i-'ixlurc^. I'ir'^i National 1-iaiik oi Kiiglcw ooi L 

;jt\. Two ligiii i%leiiri( 'I'aUlc Lamp. 

■2 1. Main Autliloiiuin. ( 'hamiclirr, Chamlxi' oi ( 'oinmrii c ( 'K-\rlaiiik < H 



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^iHAilDl, RiniARl) i;., dARDKA' \ MARTIN i yj W a-lmi.^t.in si 

;jj, \ia,L^ai-a \muscmriil Park, ("ook ( 'ouiU \ , Illinois, 

^i^. Proposed Plolt'l on llic i,akc kroui, Ciiii ago. " - 

^_'..p Pio|)o>c(l Piil)lislicrs Huilfiing. Cliirago. -■ 

^j^. MonlgomciN, Ward iV Comijanv |-!uilding ( int omplrn-. i 

;jri. ('lii(ago Alhlflii .\>-^o( ialion Aimrx. 

^_'Oa. ('om|ii'U'lion lor a Court 1 louse. i 

.^HI'.RLl-.W Rl' r.W cN (M)()l-ll)('.l': 1780 ( )l(i CmI'hiv Hld^. 

Colli i;.\i liangi- Bank 1 iiuh Sc ,ilc Model olStair\\a\ i^ P.aiii-,iiig K'.oin. 

Coi'Ti Ivxeliange Bank. J in(h Scale Modt'i ol' Cpper Part, 

.;jo. Coru i'.xchaiige Bank. i^diK ii Seale Model ol" Low ei 'Pwo Storie>. 

; .;c. Corn |-'.\ehaiige liank. ', im It Seale .Model ol' I nieiioi . .1 P.ankiiin Roi,m. 

.;.;!, Corn |-'.\( liangi- I^ank. ', im li Si ale .Model. 

^IIX'LI I'l'K. JOHN -'iS La Salle St. 

^;j. Christ (dnireh, Woodlawn. ( Per-,peei i\ e. . Clm aii:o. Ilk 

^;^ St. i'aiiiS Ckuri h. Saxaimah, ( ia. 

^^4. Cluireh ol" ihi- Refleemer, Chii ago. ill. 

j;;:;. i-'.manuel Chureh, Ruslil'orri. Minn. 

;\(k St. Puke'> (dnireh, ( l'erspeeii\e. I i-'.vanston,- 1 II. .. .. ^ 

^:,-. Si. |ohn'< (dnin li, Corsieana, Tex. 

.; vS. St. I .uki''-- (diurc h. Kearne\. .XeP. 

;:;(). Cenn-ter\ (diapel at .\ml)o\. Ilk 

;4C. Sketi h for Chureh in (diiiagM, 111. 

,41. Crai e (duifeh, ( )ak Park, 111. 

;4_'.~-( d-ai'e'KMiureh, < >ak Park, Ilk. Water ( olor Per-peitixe 

,4;, Rered(.>. ( d'aee ( diiio h, < ),ik Park. 111. 

s44. Chureh of ihe Redeemer, ( Miii ago. 111. 

,45. St. Puke'- (diureli, .Vmhorage. K \ , 

, |fi Si I ,iil;e'- Churi h. Xnihorage. Iw. 

I \ I.I.M Al )( '.1-. \: W.XTSOX 1004 ^i'( ui-it\ Hld.u., ( lii* a'^" 

,47. Photograph>, Small Hou-^e. l-.xieriMr-. 

,4,s Photograi'jh. Small House. Inlenor-, 

,4g Photograph. Apartment Building lot Mi I \^ M la. I- kem. CIim .n;. 

,:>o- Skelili for Hou>e in k.xtinston. I.Merior 

,^i Photograph-. Hou.sc, for \lr C C Linthiiiiin. Ia aii-.ioii. Ill 

;;iA Phiaos ResidenM for Mr I' K Bakson. RivcrMde. Ill 

IRAriMAW, (.. H. 2667 \ Henniia^f Ave. Chii au" 



,s.' swinging Kxtension ( raiie aith Hanging I'lhMin. 
<s,'' Hammered Coppei Cdffee-pot and Standard 



line 



^vl ('oppci I'lleriin Reading Lamp (No id). S(juaix- t)asL Round Loppt'i Shade 
^s> l-'iocirii Table Lamp (No 114). Square i"5ase. IJras- Hanrl \\ roughi Squ;nf 

Shade, i irass rioth 
^^(> ( oppei Reafling Lamp (No 1121. j ln( aiulest eni Lig}u> \ll C'Dppci Ha-i 

Standard and Shade; ..- 

i,^- . Lleririi Lani|i (No 1 1 0. Wroughi Iron Smnrlard ('op|.»(i Sliaiir 

THl-, TOBKY FrRNl'lTRI-: ('()MPAN^■ 100 \\;il);i^h .\\o. ' ~ 

.;5(S. \ 1 .ivinn Ri n im 

1 rRNl-;i<. C. N'. s5 V\. \.\\U SL. New N'.irk 

^^^1. Ski'lrh lor i'eiiilrni i\r Si, \ nc|i-c\\ '- ( 'h\ir( h. \r\\ N m[|. ('ii\ 

.;()o, SlLi(l\ for i''igLn-e in I'l'iidcnl i\ 1 '. Si. Aiuh'cw'^ (.'hnn h. New Nml (iix 

^<)\. Stud\ lor l''igLnX' in I'i'IkUmiI i\ c. Si. AiKh'cw '- ( 'hurch. New ^M|-l ('ii\ 



^(>j. Skcicli |'j,ir I'cndcnliNi'. Si. .Xndrew V ( "liunh. .New NOiM, ( 
.;').;. Sketch lor l'endenti\e. St. .\n(h-e\\ '> ( "hurcli, .New \ ork ( 
,.;0.(. Skelt'h for I'l'iidentive. Si. ,'\n(h-ew'> ( 'liureh, .New N'oi'k ( 



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^()^. Stud\ for I'igui-e in l'endenli\c. Si. .Andi'ew '> ( 'hnr< li, Ni-w Xml (11. 

\().\ I-IOLST, II. \', O4;:; R()ukrr\ lild,^., Chictiin. 

.;(>(). Residence loi' \I r. .\. \\. ZaII. 

,^<)j. Resideiue for .Mr. A. !•;. ZalT. 

,iOS. ('ounlr\ Mouse of ( leci. .A. Mati helical L.el hicheiii, N , Ik 

;(){). Sul)Station for the .Nortli Sii<jre Llectrii ("onipanw a> l\\an>iiiri. ill I 'In .n .Lir;ipl. 

,.;7o. ("om|x'lition for tlie I lome of tile RniglUs of i'ythia-. al jtcialur, ill k!lo( I i'kii. 

\J ] . ("onipi'tition for the Home of llie Knigiitsof l'\thia-. at i)cialui. Ill 
I'lan. 

.;; J. Compel it ion for the I lome of tiie Knights (jf l'\lliia-. al I )c( aiur. I U 

\\.\LKI':R, frank C. 1417 Rtillway Iv\(h;m,L;c. 
.i7,v "La Raliirla." |ack,->on I'aris. 
^74. [ackson I'ark Museum from the Soutii. 

W.M/roN, I-RI':i) C. 247 Deai-horii .\ve. 

.;7^. .Assisi froiu Cloister ol San krancesco. 

..;7(), Casti:llo .Assisi. 

^77, Interior Sam Minialo. j-'loreni e. 

i7S. 1 )cci i|-al iee I'anel. 

i7o I )esign lor kaukn lidercd Sci-ecn Panel. ' ; 

W A Ti-.RMAN, II. II. 21S La Salic Sl, Ciii.a.u... 

vSo. bungalow foi- Mi-^. k. Si hell, Morgan I'ark. Ill 

v^^i ResideiKc foi Ml". (I. \\ S(luimal:ci. Vpplel'Hi. \\i- 

;.S.' kesiiJciH I- fill I! (' ll\nnphi-e\, \ppl(Mon, \\ i- 

\\|•,AR^■. \i..Li:.\ M. 1,(17 Railwax i'Aehaii.L^c Hid- 

^s , '■ \ ( '(II luT I )f . iiii- ( 'ii \ ," wcsi from lUirnham'- t M'lh 1 

w i:bi-;r. iv j.. Xivhiu'. i .m 17 KisiuM- Bidg. 

;S 1 kNlrrior- i il khealrc. \'lu<r I'avilinn ,iiid (':i-iii'', R.i\iiii,t I'.ii 

( 'asiiK .. I (1 Photo.-. I 

;^^ Wontaii'^ Lihrarx ("luki klou-^e k,.\leriiii ami IiiIciiim , I'liMiii- 

;8<'> k-nt lam r ( lales. Ravmia PnrI ' Plmios. i 

■;<S7 Persperi j\ e of kishn Building Annex BlacI- ami \\li\i( lira'-ini:: 

vX,'"- Imerioi \iew of \I;um Hall. Lishe' Pnildiuo" -^ Pho|..> 

;.S() jarksoii Pari P.ridgi iPhoi".. 



WHEELKK, iONi: AND KL.LA S BRiS( )N 1028 Fine An- Bld^ 
jQo. Bread" and Milk (Chickens.) 

WHITK,,CHARJJiS l£ , JR., Architect - Oak Park, (^licago 

•jgi (Tfoup of Houses for | f Smietanka, W'indsdi I'ark Chicago (linck.and 

Frame. Plasiered.) 
,u^ (■niu(jof Real I'.siare Collages tor ( ' ( Deni. lel'tcr^on Park, Chu agi^ ■ 'hrami 

Shingled.) 
;os House for K !• I- linterman. Oak Park i Kranie l-'l;istered. ' 
<o-) House loi If I, Walkicc. Oak ]'ark ( i^'rame. Plasiered, 

^gs \ illage Block foi (', hi, Baily, J^\eietli. Minnesoia (T'onereii Maehme Hlo^•l^s.. 
io() Coii;ige f<;r Ci , W , Harnef. Berwvn, III (Frame, Plasiered,) 
^g- House foi- C, \-.. Roberts. Oak' Park ( l-'rame. Plastered.) 
;o^ l-'irepi-oof House for Kireproof Publishing Company . Chicago 'Hollow File 

WINSI.OW HROS. CO.. THL - \A . Harrison Si. and 4(ith Aw 

Soo Hrou/e Pilaster Capiial, gold pklled designed b\ H, |, HardentuTg. \ichite( i 

foi- the IMaza liolel. New N'ork 
40c l\xamples of " i'"used " Color on Cast Iron, applied under high lempcriit urc. 
401 Cast Iron (oille, for ( )walouna Bank 

WOODBI R\ CRAXriM-. CO. Hardwick, Vi. 

"' 40J, Carved (iranite Panels, at ktitrani f I )oor>. Cook Counts (ouri House. Chicago 
111. 
40^ Car\'ed ( d'anilc Panels .it i'.ntrance l)ooi>. Cook. Counl\ ('ourt llou--e, Chiiauo. ill 



404 



,100 



Wisconsin Stale Capital, Madison, Wis. Petlicl (Iraniir 
k'.sst'X Count\ Court House. .Xewarl;, \. |. 
Columns, Cook Count\ Court House, Chii ,il!o. Ill 



Wok.s r, IvDAWARI) IC— Lockport. Ilk • 

407 I )ne Pair Tan i'oiaiero. 

40.S blue and While Piedroom Rug, 

V\ klOHT. i'iAK\ lA . .Xrchiuvt - ChandaM- n\ CniniiioiVe Jlhl^. 

100 blouse of (1. ,\. koer^ter, Kaidsakee. Ill 

410 Hiaiseol bl . b begris. Hourbornais. Ill, 

|ii Houx- of iJr. C, I . Snuth, Kankakee, III, 

41.' Barn of ,\Ii, ( ', eo. Planiondon, W'heaton. Ill 

41 ^ Residence of \, [, 1 oi-ie\ , [lear Wheatoti. HI. 

II 1 ResiderK e of | I burl., Kankakee. Ill 



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/I MMi-.KAkA.N. W . C,\Rin'^ tioi Siciiiu;i\ Mall. 

ii, Pla->lei ,\]od(.-l Mail' kaiade "~-upremc ('oiirt Piiildin; 

of lusiice. "^pringlield. Ill 
■, ! ' ' l'hoiogra[jh'- oi Inierioi, Wi _■ "-^iiprr"!! (iiuri kliiildiir. 

I >i Instil e .sprinLtneld, 111. 
I'- Ph' iiotfraphs ot Interior, \'' i ^u|ire" i ('iiiir' kniildiiiL;, 

I u^iif e, springheld I !' 
, '■ ^ I ul uT' u!o~-i~ s, nil t. 'I nun Hiii i ^ . : \ i, biH" .i- ( eiii la I I b '~| 'ii,i i 

I nsane I ai Km an iIIi lb 

l.o >KUUiO> liroiip 'h West Rauip ,ll MiUl I'.nTiO, ^ilp'ii'i (' '.,'■ 1'. Il'dl 

i be l»e|Mi'anni ■ •! lust tee Spimgtielc lb 
4.JO liiberculosi' "-i a n.) nun INat^i llliu')!- L'iMitia Ib'.-ijiii i ■■ b.-.: bi 

valle bl' 



)2i Pc'fsi)ce:ti\'e Wcw of ResideiK c Joi iVli >\ R I .an^ Mtaft(n;i I'.isadeiut. I_ ali 

' ■■ . Joriii;) . ,. . ■ " 

422 Block Plan KcsideiuH' for Mr A (- C/uriz. Aliadt'iia Pasadena C alifornia 
4.2;-;, iVfodel Un I'ouiilains Inicrioi (louri Re'^idcnrr Iih VI 1 \ I iiart/ \kafle'i,r 

PasadtMia, California ■ 

4^4, staluai\ (ii"ou|) on Kasi Ranip ol Vlain I'.nii-aini supiiim (Muri KiiikliiiC i^'i 

ihf I )(;|jarl ineni of jiislicc, Sprinjii'u-ld. ill 
l^s, Pci-sptH'tivc. 71 h Regimern '\nnor\ 
yj(i Ph()iogi"aj_)lis of ( iarlicld Pai'l-, Ri'lccl' ir\ . W isi ('hiiau'^' l'ar> ( '■ inmii^-ii lUi-r-, ii,i' 

fu'ld Park, ('hicag(/, 111. 
.1,27, Plion,)t!;raph> (jI I )ougla^ Pai'l Ri-li-(iiir\ W t-^i ('hiia^.i Pari ( '. irnirii-^^it wn-i ■ 

I )ouKki:~ Pai-k. Chii-a.^o, Ilk 

S'r()P.\, j()|-JN i(')5() .\\aT- .\\c.. (■hi(;i,LiM 

1 28, I M anlcl I'ii-i r . . • 

I _'C;. I .\sh Ti'av . '■" ' ; 

.(,•50. Window 'lop. ■ ■ 

P-; I . I''.i"ic/,c, klalliing S( (in ■ . 

■\i,2. , I I'^lci iri( I .ighl I'ixtuii-. 

Al'Sl'Mi^, (;i';()R(;l-; i>l Xali.mal l-laiik HIdg., Chiiag.. 

Siicic'ssfiil ('ompctihir. Sili \iinual I ra\clini; >iholarship. Ilu ( hi(aK>' Vicin 
U'ctural ( 'Ink. 
Suhjc'cl ; A PnMii (ivnina^iuin and liaih- 
1 •; ^ l'r(:limiiiar\ Ski-U lic>. 
p-;4. Plan of Main k'loor. 
l-;5, I p|jcr Moor Plan and ^t-iiiun- 
I ,;(). Prini ipal I'.Iia alii m. 
1,7. PcrsptM 1 i\r. 

W.\'i"S( )\, \'I'',K.\()\ S. Scciirilx Hldg., Chii nun. "lir-^i Mciuion ^ 

Sul)ic( I : .\ Pnlilii ( 1 \ inna-inin and kladi- 

1 ^'s. Picliniinaix Skch lie--. 

\^{j. Plan ( )f Main k'k » ir. 

440. I pprr I' loi.jr Plan and ^criiiin-. 

).) I . Prim ipal I'.lcv al i( in. 
.I4J. PcrspcM I i\c. 

V.\\'\. v. H.\.\(il-;.\ Mcin\\,i\ Hall. Chua.^-. ^(■..iii.| Mmiini:. 

Siiliji'ii: \ Pulilii ( 1 \ in na~inn ■ ,[\\<\ Pialli- 
I I ^ l'rcliniinar\ Skcn he- 
IIP Plan . if .Main k loi m 
I l^ . I p|»'r k'k 101 Plan and ^ni I u >n-. 
I |(i. Prim i| lal l\lc\ alii mi. 
1)7 I 'cr^pii I i\ !■ 

( i-iK .\(,( ) >( IK )( )i, ( ii \K( nil I ( 1 1 ki . 

I |N \ n h I if 'I'ii 11- 1 1\ li 111 \ ( I a rincr. ka ri-. k ra in 1 . 

I \<( )<\ \ (.K.\,\(ii:k. Archdc.i^ 1 ,n.4 l.a ^allr ^1 .. ( liua-' . 

1(1, ( Inin h. Pari.-^h .\ Ui-i li ir\ . ( Imn li of ihrlloi\ ^pirii. 1 ,a 1- 1 I'ir.--:, P 

|:;' I rrnunal ^laiiiin. < lii< a.uo \ \ori h\M'^U'rii K. P.. ( hi' au . 

I ;; I 'ki'rnMiiai "^lalii 111. ( 'liii agi I >V \'i m hw (.■.■^icrn R.K. • Iimil' 

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WITH THK ARGHITEGTIRAL WORLD 



llu' 1 lU'iiiluM'- i>l iIk ( Itira.tii' \ r("liiUHMin';il ( liil) ni\iii tlu-ir h'ieiuls, 
llu- |iiililu'. Ill in-.|)rcl ;iii rxlnhil i< ii.i mI i lr;i wnni^-. 

Ilir\ ;mi(| tlicir i<\]\ ol-Hiwn (.'o-rxliihili M- li;i\i' hail lutih pU-a^urc 
and hnu'lil in niakni^ ihr-t' ■ Iraw nii^-, "and tlu-\ 1i(i)K' llial a C()n"cs])()n(l- 
niii plcasiin and licnclTi nia\ rMinc Wi diM>r wliii li n 'k at dicni linn,u' 
hci'i' lor iiisi)t'Cti()n ani 1 -i i'd\ . 

riiov h(i]ic dial die di'awiiiL^- li\ and '<\ dirin-rl \ c- ina\ i>r('\c m 
ici'csiin.u. and dial n -^mhu- rxuan \\]v\ nia\ iiiNiifx dun- makdnu' and 
pnhlication cx'cn ihou.^ii du \ ina\ lia\a' ni > ri inmia u mi w idi an\ ihiiii^' 
' ir I i])crat.i< )n ndicr dian dii^ annnai (xlnlniUMi. 

rii('\- nia\' liax'c. liow r\(M-, a \rr\ iin]H)riani ci iiin«,(aii mi widi du- 
Ilk' 1)1 ihis and odier CMininnnil U'-. In lari, ihc-t drawiii,^^ or oliier- 
"1 similar mid ditfcrcMii kind- raninoi In i|i-|u'n-cd wiili if (d\-ilizalir)n 
-hall coiuiniic and nuTcasc,-. 

\ ' it nnl\ inn:-t pln-ical ii(tc--i1 ic- lu' mn-t rnrti.'d iia^ praclical n^cs 
linl -tniiMnrc- nin-l he -( i huniiMl a- t<i -ci'x a the' a--ihctir demand^ as well 
a> die praclu'al. il ri\ih/.al a m i- tii hr laak XCnhrr |)fa,rtual nni' Ijcan 
iiliil constrnction nor niannhKMinani: can hr arci iniph-hrd wadioni tlic 
iiicdinni o| drawins^. ll i'- tlir ^rcat niii\(r-al lan^aia.m' noi oiih ol thr 
litif an- hail 'it all the in(|ii-.tnal ari^ a- wrlh \'(i prores^ iii\a)l\npu 
ph\-u-al diin,u- can cxi-i willuMii it. Xm 'iilur a()ci|nat( C()niinnnica 
lion between designer and nialNCf cxi-t-. Ii kiiiiw^ ik' ^coL;raiiliical nof 
nan'onal UniitaiuMi-. i- the -anu' ihriuii^h all tunc- and C'Miiitnc- and \[> 
iinptulaiiec canri'it lu ■ \ t'rc-i iniatcd. 

\II niaUTial pfMiL^rc-- the inakniL; ''t' -. miu-i hiii,L;.-\\ hich iia- \\o\ 
cxi-led hctiirc wbedicr il In an ■ iMLiinal hiiildiiiL:, a li ic m m a i\'e a' ikic 



setting- oi a jewel — depends upon the creative imagination of some thinker 
who has the jjower to express hi.'^ thoughts in drawing. (lnl\' as he en- 
larges his x'ision, deepens his perception and develo])s his creative imag- 
ination b\ practici' and experience through <lravving. does such a thinker 
beconir ;it)lf to perform the tasks which a j)r()gr('ssivr civilization ])U{> 
upon hull. 

liut drawing is not for the praclitmiu'i alone The time muM 
(Dinr when drawing will he recognized a^ being a^ essential to education 
a"- 1^ riading A coniiminity could he correctly (•onii)are(l with another 
il one ritnid ascertain die amount of l<nowle(|gc nf (Irawing p<tssesse(l 
h\ du'ir iiumiiIkts. ( Mie great reason for tbf prc^eni conniuyrcial su- 
lircniacx > >! <irriiian\ i- i he general I'xteiii h' which drawing is taught 
dierc. 

Il 1 ■- III it nu'aiM iiiai all person- -iiall bfronu arti--i~ iir architects. 
an\ nil ire than that iweiwone who rcaiK --liall bt'cmiu' a poci. but as 
-iirc'lv a- the port depends upon reader- -i i doe- die areliuect and the 
arli-t ilepeml upon a public whose la-le and pcu'cepi n )ii are cultivated 
bv a kill iw ledge i il ilra w nig. 

We Jinig Inr ibe age of Pericle- and e\eu--e inirsebe- because we 
eaiiuiM build I'artbenini- without ibe 'ap|)reeial i\ e (ireek public which 
-ti 11 III bebiiiil It- artist-. 

\ii Mppiirtuiut\ greater than that i a' < ireei'e i\wiii\ lour centuries 
ai.il' e\i-t- till' \iiienca tn (la\' if ilrawiiig, ibrniigb the p.ubli(.- .^chools, 
be de\eliiped \i< it- ^ea-^oll:,^ble i)osMbil n le-. Ibe -eboi il aiilhetrilics wel^ 
eiiiiie tlh aihue and eiici luragenieiit 'U llic pri ite---inii- ; with iheni tluw 
eaii rr\ -lalli/r e\i-nng public seiiiiiiieiu au;! i|e\(>liiji piiblu' art ednca.- 
iii'ii. W lirii ilii- 1- ileiic. ;ui(i not nli ilieu. will llu areliiieel^ h<a\'e the 
ebeiiieji- wliieb ilie\ loui^ jio" and wbieh i- nii|i-])-eii-abli 1m ibeir art. •■ 

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l-i.l'.l'in'. AlJJKKT 

riAKui:N. IF, M. G. 
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ACTIVK 

I'l, heai'born 

412, 1J5 Dcarboni Sirm, 

4364 ( >akenvvalcl A vc-mu 

21K La Salle Sti-Ci'i 

2 Beach Avenue 

720 Tribune Building 

734 Alhenicum Bnikliny 

028 JMiie Arts Building 

1442 Lexin<>'t()n Avenn( 

2965 Evan st on .Avenut 

720, 184LavSalleSireel 

1401 iVew YorklJlc Bnildino 

83. 163Randolpli Siroei 

509 Jackson BoukAar.i 

24 Borden P.lock 

1417 l^aihvay l^lxchangr llnildint; 

275 vSduth Canal Street 

2162 i l;i,rrison Strcci 

1020 West luldv SfrecM - 



1139 Sheridan Road , 

l233Marc|uet1eP,uildinL; 

175 Dearhorn Stri'ei 

1780 Old Colony Huildinu 

720 Tribune Bnildui.t' 

OlOSteinway Hall 

24 Adams Street 

418 Aiereliaiits Loan & Tni-i 

55-57 Soutlr Water Sireet 

7,33, 280 La SalU Str.'et 

218La^Sa1]c*Streei 

226 Ea.st 66tK Plae( 

516, 167 Dearborn Si net 

4443 Ellis A veinu 

1733 Marqiietti, P>nildnisj 

7455 Parnell '^x-enn. 

^^5t Vernon '\\i'n\u 

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GiLCICRT, [rVIiNTC; iVl ' 

Graham, E. R. 

GrANGKR, AlFUI'.I) H. ' 

Green, Herbert II . 
Haacen, Paue T... 
Haganky, Jas. a. . 
Hamieton, J. L. 

l-fAMMOiSil), C. H. ■ 

Hatzfeli). Clarion (I 
Heun, Artmuj^! 
Herr, Xhorntok a. 

. H ICG INS, J. SmJTH 
iiOFEMAN, Em IE j. ■ 
1 lODGKINS, HaKOI.M (~ 

H OH aoeN, -Ea i;.L 

HoLSA'tAN, He,nrn- K. 

HOEPPNER, E. A. 
HOEST \X)N Hl-.RM.\.\, \ 
HOESTEAI). AhRAH' 

i 1yi;tt. Rom . L. 
Uvea Nil. Pali. \ 
'Ingram, HoRAri-, C. 
Irklam), I" W. 
J I'.xsEN. Eemek C. 
1 EX SEN. Jen? 
Johnson. Jens \ 
Jknkins, HARK^■ I ). 
Kai.ti:r, \V. L. 
Knox. Arthl'k M. , 
k'oHKEEirr. W \ii IK < !. 
Laxc. Eouis a. 
Lii.Ei'.SKAr. Jciri \ 

I^INDEN, I-'raXK I.. 

J^isKA, Emu, 

J .(AVE. E.G. 

Lucas. Wm, I-Sa ri:^ 

l,.LPAVEEEVi\. J0Si:i'll (.'. 
LlJAVELL'iN. R. ('. 

Love, Roht. J. 

Maiieer, H I-I 
Ma'nn. Pai-1 la 
.Marsh, I^ARR^■ 1., 
Martin. K. i). 
.\Iic-haki,skn. C. w^. 
Aln-.EEKk, p. Ml r. I-', 
Mi-NDii-. VVAi. P,. 
Nagei",. Evil- \re P 

N APER. Hl'.KHi'KT J. 
Vl'.ESON. h PW AKO ' ) 



1 00 LIAjrt Dearborn Building- 

1417 Railway, Exchange Building ' 1894 

806, 184 La Salle Si reel ^ _. 1898 

42.East; Thirty-ninth Street ' 1905 

810 Steinway Hall ./ ," 1902 

1733 Marquette Building ' ' 1905 

1218 Hartford Building * 1903 

1303 Eort Dearborn Building 1904 

999 West liddy Street 1895 

810 vSteinway I'kall 1880 
311. 154 Washington Street 
105 South Kensington vStreet. La ( irangt.. 111. 

40T. 172 Washington Street , , , 1905 

• ■ ' ' 1906 

Hotel Dearborn, Dearborn and t'hieago .\vc^-. 1907 

447 Monadnoek Block 1897 

1325 Merchants' 'Exchangt' lUdg., San l-raneisec 1889 

643 The Rookery ' ■ -.1896 

34 Walton Place - 

588 East Si'xtieth Siren 

1030 Park Avenue 1900 
1612 Corn Exchaiige Paiik Miiilding 

1069Eifty-ninth Street . ' " 

1401 New York. Life Pudding '^ 1890 

1030 Augusta Street , 1904 

1408,North Central Park \\rniu' '' '^ 1904 

^M Wood I awn Park '. 1895 
5215 Indiana Avenur 

720 Tribune Building — ^ ; 1905 

1417 Railway Exchange Building ' 1905 

2611 North l-'orty-lirsl Court ,-'" 1899 

.^03 1-1 addon A\-enu( , 189.5. 

'l216AJichigan Avenue "" 1885 

1.32{U'Vesl Sixteenth Street 1904 

1612 Corn I^xchange Bank linilding 1906 

River Eorest, 111. 1907 

■ 1516 iMrst National P)anJ< Budding 1895 
1520 P^irst National P)ank lUiilding 

6221 Woodlawn .Axcnue — - - 

1731 Marquette Building 1905 

434.North Stale Street ..- .-. 

748, 159 La Salle Street ^ .., 1903 

901, 172 Washington St reti _: ' r904 
1 138 Maplewood .A\enue 

823 Schiller Building ^' "" 1885 

1401 New York Life P.uildnig 1885 

2515 West Harrison Streei I9(j4 

l490Rokeby Sireel 1902 

1483 EdgerombPlac< 1895 



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NkTTKjS; STROM. liJ.MICR T 

NiMMONS. Gkorgk C. 

N ARA MORIC, FhOY I) A . 
(.)STERGREN, RoJ!T. C. 

Ottenhetmer, Henry I, 
Perkins, Dwight 11. 
l.-'icTEKSON, Martin 
PattisOxn, Edward 'I ! ■ 
Pauj.sicn, Edward ] 
Palilsen, Geo. J*" 
Radjc;^ ]i. K 
Rapp, George L. 
Rawson. Lorjn a. 
RicEi), Care El., Jr. 
Rondel, Victor E. 
Roueeau, Arti-iuk 
RucE, P. H 
Rusv, ANT[l()N^■ l'~. 
Rich. Chas. C. 
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Sc li M ] [ )T, R I C H A R D J • . . 

Shaw, Howard Y. D. 
SHATT(Tr-K. Walter E, 
Sjljia. Otto A. 
Stan lion., E. E 
Sp;ndli:r. Oscar 
Springer. Chas. I^. 
ScHOTT. Fred < 
Taij.madce. Thus. E. 

TOiM LI NSON. WkHSTI'-.K 
TUTTLE. A.B. 

Uffeni)i:ll. Wm. Ci. 
Von I Iolst. Hkrma\ 
Wagner. E.J. 

W a.g.m.k.Rv.Eritz -.r" 

VValki-.r. ['"rank C. 
Wat.son, Vernon S. 
Weber,, P J. 
Weiss, John W. 
Williamson, Wm. G. - 
Wilson. Hor:\tio K ■ 

W I L M A N N S, A UG U ST C 
WlTTEKlND, EIeNR'^- 

Wirt, l<^Ri'".DERifis B 
Woi.coTT. Chester II.. 
WiNSLow, Bi:nj. E. 

YoiNG. 11 UGO 

^'■oRK. John I). 

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[^]S HartforiEBiiiWiMti 

1733 Marquette RmldiiDj 
4805 Madison AvDnm 

233*:^ Vernon A veniK 

Fori -Deai-boni BuildiiiL: . .■._ 

720 Tribune Building 

720 Tribune Building 
■ 441 ] Jimerald .Avenue 

1466 North Eranci.sco Si I'rei 

643 North Elmwood Avenue. ( ); 

l745'Rai]way Exchange Biukling 

.V> North Fift.x -third Streri 

1-lin.sdale, 111. 

4/58 Lake A venue 

3356 Vernon Avenui 

510 West Polk Streei 

1465 Newport .Avenue ^ - 

636 South Avers .Avciuu 

5046 Jefferson Avenue 

Q26 First National Bank RuildniL^ 

172 Washington Streei 

172 Mentor Building 

900, 218 La Salle wStTeei 

720 Tribune Building 

1 110 Woman's Temple 

Archer .Avenue and Leo Si reel 

3822 I^YirCst A \'cnue 

154 North Lombard Avenue. Oak 

1004.188 Madison Streei 

809,811 Steinway Hall 

5231 Cornell Avenue 

70Eas1 Thirtj'-sixth Siroei. lUn |i 

1115 Rooker\- Building 

1216 Michigan Avenue 

1000 Clybouni Avenue 

l417Railwa\ Exchange Hiiikling 

643 Js-iir Oak.« Avenue. Onk Prirk. Ill 

21 17 Fisher Building 

.^9. 173 Randolph vStreei 

1124, 1.53 La Salle Streei 

218 La Salle St ree<"~- 

1817 .Arlington Plac*- 

47,30 North Clark Streei. Uoo.-r- l-';nk 

6031 Calumet Avenue 

c. Holai)ird ^ Roclit 

1615 Ashland Block 

1447 Gah A\-eiuK' 

.S24 N'ortli Clai-k Sir<( i , 

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-165 VVilrox \\eini> , /. .' 

439 1^hc RookeiN 

28 Si. Clair Sirrei '- 

1 107 Cliamhcr oi (oiiiiiici'ce 
41 Dcarbuni St rrci 
KV l^'isl W a.-^liiiiglDiV Strri-i 
-'03 La vSalle Smvci 
1202 Chamber nf ( oninio'ec 
602 Chamber nf ( Mmmert-. 
'.!5 l^a.si Lais. Sir.-,M 
740The R(,(.kerv 
108 La Salle Si r.r! 
73 l--la\vlhonic Si reel 
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oOi I hamber 'li' Conimerei. ■ 
1408 Wal)ash \\rnnc 
1210 Chan 1 be r . >\ (. ommcrei 
^»'04 Mar(|uelir i'.nildiiig 
370 E. 'lAveniN -^ixlh Strcei. . , 
21 1 b'asi Kaiidoii)!) Slrcei 
294 Dearborn Si reef 
2527 Alagnoba \ \ emie 
I lOO Commercial Xatioiial l-iimk ilnildins. 
226 East Kiii/.u Street 
273 South (.anal Street 
201 Chamber ol' Commerci linddin;.' 
.i04 (_ hamlx'r ' ii t ommerci I'uildinsj 
A'^).^ X'onli ( lark Sti^eel 
503 PrillniaM l!nildm,L; 
.•!('4 ("hamber of ( rmifiKTci 
1 107 Chaml.iei "I i < immerrt 
.152 I' ranklin Si riei 
I202 CI iambi I ■ <f { 'omnieiTi' 
i 7 1 Lak( \ 11. \\ \ \ I'lnu 
409.252 LaSalb Street 
1832 Wabash Avemte 
Producei-s Suiiply Co., Oh;' ■ .ohM .i ami \ 
185 Jackson )>oulevar(l 
100 Wasiiiiioloii Streei 
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449 The Rookerv ■ - - ' " ^^^^^^- -^ 

1001 The Rookcn 

')4.3 Soiilli Jefferson Siri n 

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THE GHICAGO ARGHITEGTURAL GLUB 

■■ ■ POIN'DE]) 1900 

; h (.-onsisls "uf a prize of $500.00 awarded annual!) in coin]jelitic)n 
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JOHN H. PHILLIPS . . . . 1902 

niRCH BITRDETTE LON(i . . U- 1903 

THOMAS L.TALLiVIADGL. . . . . 1904 
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N i)rescnting this Annual Book of the Kxhihilion, Vhv ("Iiicai^o Aiclii- 
lectural Club desires to express its aj^j^reeiation and ^ratitudr. 



To the Patrons lor their liberal support accorded the Club in it- ettoit 
to i)!ace before the public this record of Architectural Advancement. 

To those engaged in the i^rac-tice of Architecture .nid the Allied Arts 
throughout this country, to whose generositx in loaning their work-, ihe 
success of the Exhibition must be principalK' attributed. 

To the Art Institute of (diicago, through who<e courteous ho^piialii\' 
the Exhibition is placed in tliese gaJlerie--. 



PATRONS OF THE EXHIBITION 



ADAM .V i:i;ii.\(; i\)\\\\\s\ 

Xhimifact iircrs of Stains, I'^illcrs, l^naiii- 
^■\<. I*aint< and Hygienic Kalsoniinc 

124 Washington Stnt t 

Al.l-Ki:i) S. ALSCIHLKR 

\'A4 Monroe Slreel 

AMi:kl('A.\ I.I Xl^'ICK PRISM CO. 

42 Madison Street 

AMICRICAX I"I:RRA ("OTTA Ov 

CKRAMK" ("(). 
t'i()2 ( haniber oi ("oninieree Building 

AMKRICAN Sl'.ATINC CO. 

21") Wabash A\enn( 

AMKRK \\ CONTRACTOR IMB. CO. 

40 Dearborn Street 

INK AN TAKWA CO. 

Manulaet urers of Damp Resisting 
I'aints ,ind Water])roof Coatings 

4();i Chamber of Commerce 
INK A( .MK MiyPAL MANIFAC- 
1 IRlNi. CO. 

Designers and Makt'rs ol ( ias and 
I'llectric Lighting Fixtures 

i')S-74 West MonrcK' Street 

Ml■;^R^ aimm:l .S: son co. 

( icneral ( Ont ractors 

172 Washington Street 

AIM MARHM': COMPANY 

Mo--aic Tile l-'loors and Scagiiola 

I'iournoy and R<H~k\vell Street - 
I o i^MMAN.N MFC.. CO. 

Manufacturers Interior l-inish, ( )ltice 
and Library l-"urniture 

HIackiiawk and Smith Street- 

iiii:: Hi:i)i-()Ri) giARRii:s co. 

204 1 )earborn "street 

I'd. 11. .\ iii;r.m.\n I" 

^ciili)tors 

)!> 21 l-:a>t Prar-on ^ire( t 

Kl DoLPil s. HLO.ML ( (). 

( ement Pa\"ing and (oncrete ( Dii- 
-t met ion. 

7!) I )e,irborn Str<ei 
< ,1 ^r W !•; A, BRAND \ CO. 

I III en or Decorators, Stains ,ind ( .la-- 
142S Michigan .\\( nm 
\i< nil k C,. BROWN 

la:', L.i "^alle "^I^. t I 
i > II Bl KNllAM .\ C( ). 

I\,iil\\,i\ l'.\cli,inui Building 



Bd LLI•:^ .V ANDRICWS 
( '.eneral ( 'ont ractors 

11') 1 )earl)orn Mrei t 

Bl rLi:R ST. l'()rNI)R\' .^ iron CO. 

;i422 Butler Street 

I 111-: BRINSWICK-BALKI-:- 

(OLLFNDRR CO. 

Manufacturers of Butfel and ('.rill 
Room fixtures. Refrigerators for 
Motels <ind Pri\ate llomes, Billiard 
and Pool Tables. 

2(3:^-20.") Wabash A\enne 

lll•:NR^■ BOSCH *!v CO. 

Wall Pai)er aiul Paints . 

;^;iS-;M4 Wabash Avenu. 

BAKLR Ov SMITH CO. 

Steam and Hot Water lle.iting and 
Power Plants. 

S3 j-'ifth .\\eiHle 

BI:RRV BROS., LIMITKD 

Licjuid ( .ranite, Luxt4)em, Wood 
l~inish and other high gra(K> ol 
.Xrchitect ural I'^inishes. 

New \'ork, Boston, Phila- 
delphia, Baltimore, C hicago, Cin- 
cinnati, St. Louis, San I'rancisco. 
( anadian l'actor\ , W alker\ ille, 
Ont. 

BARRLTT MANCl' A( riRlNC ( ( ). 
Coal Tar Products, Roofing, W.iter- 
l)ro()fing, l)am])-]>roofing, Pa\ing. 

( hicago, New \()rk and ot lu'r leading <it ie- 

BONNKR eS; \L\RSHALL CO. 
Face Brick, Roofing Tile 
l20;-i Ch.imber of Commerce Buildini; 

sAMll-:!. CABOT, In(. 

:-)")0 I )earborn Street 

( IllC.M.o 0RNAMI:N I'AL IRON Co. 

:-!7th >ind Sti'warl .Ax-enin 

( oNKLiNc, PRIC1-: \- \\i:bb 

(nntract Bon(U. London ( '.u.irantei 

In-urance ('o.. Liability ln>uranc(. 

.New \'ork Lite Building 

( UK .\( .O PORFL.XND CI-:MI-:N T ( O. 

lOS L;i Salle '-^tnei 
K( )( d;R:^ M. CO.MBs 
Pr.'^-ed B.rick Dt'aler 

1202 ( hanibii- . .1 ( '. nnni'ii ■ 

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C'()MM()N\Vb:ALT!l-l-:i)lS()N ((). 

Kdison Buiklinj^ 
I', eK: F. CORBIN of Cliicago 
Manufacturers of Locks 

KM l,akc Street 

M. j. (■OKB()\ CO. 
I*luml)ers 

177 Kanclolj)!! Street 

R. 'I\ CRANK, JR. 

1214 Soutli Canal Street 

CROFOOT, XIFLSFX cK- CO. 
iilue Prints 

1()7 Washington Street 

COBB, Win'!!': .K: LAI'.MMFR CO. 
Hardware 

-4.") Clark Strca'l 

W. K. COW AX L^ CO. 

Interior Decorators and I'inishers 

2();> Michigan A\enue 

COXSTRCCTIOX XKWS CO. 

S42 Monadnoek Bldi;. 

'mk: F. w. i)()i)(;i-: co. 

"Dod^c Reports" 

S42 Monadnoek Building 

DAIILSTROM MFTAFLIC DOOR CO. 
Manufacturers of tlu' "Dahlstrom" 
Patented Hollow Metal Doors, Trim 
and other accessories. 

Jamestown, X. \ . 

1)A\1S COXSTRCCTIOX CO. 

4 1 Dearborn Street 

DKARBORX F()(XI)R\' CO. 

l.")2") Dearborn Street 

Di'.TRorr c.RAPnrn-; co^lPAX^■ 

Paint Makers 

Detroit, Michij^an 
Tin-: DKCORATORS SCI'PIA' CO. 

Archer Avenue and Li'o Street 

i:i(,KXk: DIKTZC.IvX CO. 

Artists' Su|)[)!ies 

ISl Monroe Street 

J()si-:pii di X 

( ',ir\-er and Modeler 

iV.'>\ West Jackson Pxiulexard 

1)1 KAXi) .sTi.;i:i, i.()cki-:r co. 

12.") Monroe St wv[ 
II. P.. l)OD(d': CO. 

Rolling; Doors, Shiilter>, Blinds, etc. 
IDS La Sidle Street 

W. L. \.\X DA Ml'. 

.Xt^cni C.oldcn'- Mci.d Weather Strip- 

2'.» Lake Street 
I:DMI XDS MAXCFAC IIRIXC CO. 
Mamilacturers ot Interior I-"ini>h 
l\(il)('\' Sircet ,111(1 \\ , I -,hl II M'M \\'cini( 



JOIIX M. lOWl'A COMPAXN 
I'^ngineers and Builders 

I'he Rookery 

rill'. I'I:rr() coxcRFTk: cox- 

STRUCTIOX CO., 
124.") Stock ICxchan^c Building 

lOlLX FLIXDALL e^ COMI'AXV 

2014-20 West Kinzie Stret't 

(;i:()R(ii: A. fullfr comi'axv 

( "iCMUT.il Contractors 

1027 Maniiiette Buildini; 

ROBFRT C.OLDIK C()MPAN\'. 
( ieneral ( ontractors 

lo;} La Salle Streit 
1\ C. (dJ:iCll 

Interior Decoratin^^ I'iiU' Wood I'in- 
ishins; and Painting 

2St)0 I^\anston .\\enue 

C.Rk:FLi:\ HOWARD CO. 

Sur\e\()r> 

S22, 112 Clark Street 

WAL 11. HOOPS .K- CO. 
1 ik's and I'aience 

10 Fast Monroe Stri'tl 

11()L.\P,IRI) \ ROCIII-: 

Monadnoek Buiklini; 
H. \()X IlOLSl' 

907 Sti'inway Hall 
I. L. HA.MILI'OX 

121S Hartford IkiildinK^ 

il\xsi:ll i:lcock ( onh'Axv 

.\r( hitect ural Iron 

Archer .\\-eiuie and Butler Street 

H.\Wi;S \ DODI) 

Manuhict urers ot 1 ile 

21 .\dams Street 

HFAIH JOHXSOX CO. 
Architect und iron 

Ontario and I'ranklin Streets 

Hi:xxi:\- coMP.\x\' 

( "lit Stone 

P)l.inche ,ind I'leetwood 

.\Riin R iii:i X 

MO Steinway Hall 

i:i)\\.\Ri) ii[xi:s hmbi:r co. 

.\Linulact urers of and Deak-rs in all 
kinds ot huildinj; material. 
Lincoln Street, South of Blue Island .\\-e. 

Ill LBI:R 1' X DORSl'A' 

Pluml)er> 

21 1 Randolph Street 
I \U\I^ III X1 

Monadnoek Buildinu 



UN I)KAI;LI( I'KICSS in<I(K CO. 
I'acinj) i^rick 

;{()! Chamln'r of ( 'oniiiicrcc Buildini; 

IM1':KI()R MANl'Ll-: \- IMLK CO. 

Isabella l^uiUliii^, 4(1 West \'an liiinMi St, 

W. II. j.ACKSON' CO. 

HKi Michii^an .\\('nuf 

(,I<:()K(,1-: W. JACKSON, 1\( . 

754 W'fst Jackson Houlrxanl 

11AKK\' DODC.l-: JI^NKINS 
.Architc'Ctural Illustrations 

t)2() Woodland Park 

II':n.\i:n . mcndiI': \- ikxskn 

1401 \i'\v \'ork Life HuildiiiK 

loii.xsoN si-:r\ ICI-: comta-XA' 

WA Lake St nil 
Aliasr KKHlAl 
St lain 1 lea ting 

i:C' if) \\c>l Kin/.ic Street 

ki:lloc.c."MacKA\ co. 

ManufaeturiTs ot" Boilers, Kadiator> 
Ik'ating and i'Uiinbint; Suijplii's 

41'.) \Vest ISth Street 

ki:n\vo()1) liRinc.K compann 

iCngineers and Builders ot Steel 
Striietures. 

141(') iMrst N.itional Baid< Biiildin;,.:, 

KKWANi:!-: BOILKR CO. 

'.]') Michigan .\\emif 

, S. S. KlMiiKLL BRICK CO. 
Dealers in Facing Brick 

;i()4 -iiO") (diainber ot Coininncc 

IIARRV C. KMSKIA CO. 

Roofers 

,")0t) South ( '.Mud ^trei t 

KOIILICR BROrillCRS 

Contnicting I'dt'ctrical l^ngiiieer^ and 
Manufacturer> 

'J77 1 )earborn Street 

KROi:SCIlh:LI. BROS. CO. 
Boilers and Steaniht ting 

400 We^t l-'.nc Sir, ,1 

LAXgriSI' .K- ILLSLIA ( O. 
( '.eiiercd ( 'out ractor> 

1100 Nortli (lark strcci 

LI-ANOX 1IALI)I:M.\N CO. 

l'la>lering ( 'ont ractors 

\'2'2 Moiir( )(' ^t rcri 

Till-: I.INDI-'.N ( d,.\^S CO. 

I'J 1 (i M ichig.i n \\ cmi' 

MDow i( I ( i;lai)on ( < I. 

Rniifin;^ and I'ilr 

1 :; 1 W a-hin'^l' m ~^l I'd i 



WILIA' 11. l.AU CO. 

(iasand I'.leclric i'dxtures 

2(')-'2S ICast Lake Street 

lllOMAS MOCLDIXC CO. 

Manufacturers of and DeaU'rsin l-'ace 
Bri(k, ICnaniel Brick, Raxing Brick 
and I'dre Bricdv 

1'20'2 (dianiber of ( 'oininerce 

M.\(-h:i-: IIRXAC i: CO. 

Manulat-turers of I'dnaiaco, St^'ani 
and 1 lot Water BoiliTs 

S() luist Lake Street 

I11:RMAX L. MAI/ 

\'ice-l'resident S. S. Kind)ell Brick Co. 
;]()4-;iOr) ( hamber of Conmien c 

WILLIAM MAVOR C()M1'AX\ 
( icneral Contractors 

(YM) 1-drst Xational Baid< Building 

|.\Mi;S MlLLl'R 
Painter 

(')();") Mar(|ut'tte Buildlie^ 

MISSISSIPPI W IRh: CLASS CO. 

72 .Madison Street 

MORA\A COXSl RLC 1 lOX ( ( ). 

Sr)th Street and Stew.irt .\\eniic 

Bi:XJ.\MlX MOORl". CO. 

Paints 

401 40*) Xorth C.reiai Stre.t 

I.DWAKl) MIDDLICIOX 

Plasterer 

lis (hamber of ( Oniinen <■ 

MAI HIS BROS. CO. 

\entilating I'aiginet-rs 

2.")th IMace and Stewart .\\enuc' 

\I(L.\l (.IILIX Bl IL1)1X(. MAll.- 
Kl.\LCOMPAX\ 

Si)ecialties in Builders' ^iipplio, I'ac 
ing Brick, l*a\ing Brick, Cement, I'irc 
P>i-i( k. Metal Lath, C.ravel, etc. 

14.") La Salle Street 

McXLLlA' BROS. n|- CHICACO 

Plastering Coiitr.u ior> 

lb").") R.nlwax l''.\ch.ingc P)nildiiiu 

II. .\. M( li:ll.\x \ ( (). 

l\ooter>. 

lb") I )r,irl )i )rn ^t in i 

\b L.MCdlLIX BL1LI)IX( . 
\l A 1 1:R1.\L CO. 

Specialtio in Builder-' '-^upplie-. h.e 
ing Bri(d<, Pa\ing P>rick, ('enirnt. I'iri 
P.rick. Mct.d Lath. • .ni\-el, etc. 

I b") L.i Salle Mrrcl 
I' X.\( l-A ( < ). 

Plumbing, 1 ic.iting. \ rnlilating. < 'a- 
liiiiiiu ,ind ^cwi'r ( oiuractor- 

.')()l "--i.iti' ^t ri'ii 



NATIONAL LMAl) CO. 

("ornKlcTsot Striill>- Pure W'hitr Lead 
.111(1 ManufailuriTsof Red Lcvul, Lead 
l*ipc Traps, Bend, etc. 

IT) 10 State Stani 

S. N. Ni:iLSON 

i^O.')!) Augusta Stri'.l 

N AliONAL FlRKl'ROOFINO CO. 

11') Adams Street 

i\ 1'. NT:LS0N .S; sons CO. 
( ".eiieral C^ontraetors 
;•!()() Chamber of Commeree Huildin,i; 

W. r. NKLSON CO. 
I nterior Decorators 

241 Michiv;aii Axeiiue 

NIMMONS \- l-ELLOWS 

204 Dearborn Street 

NOi:i. ( ONSTRCCTION CO. 

U17 Stock l-'.xchange Buildin,^ 

J. H. NOKLLK COM TAN N' 
1 )ecorators 

.")() l-"ifth .\\enue 

NORTH \vksti-:kn i:xpandi:d 

MKTAL CO. 

Manufacturers Met.d bath and Rem- 
tOrct'ment 

«,»30 Old Colony Huildinij 

rilK NORTH \V1-:STKRN TKRRA 

COTTA CO. 

2o2r) Clybourn .\\-enue 

ORR \ bOCKHTT. IIARDWARK CO. 
71-7;i Ran(lolj)h Street 

ori^ i:bi:\ Ai'oR c()MI'AN\' 

'.) Jackson Boule\ard 

oTn:Niii:iMbR-sri:RN x- 
Ri:icm-:R'r 

b]4 Monroe A\ eiiiic 

I'ASClll'.N BROS. 

Masons and (ieneral Contractors 

7():b 1 b") Dearborn Street 
\ KiOR s. RKARbMAN c\- CO. 
Desii^ner and Manufacturer ol 
Si)ecial bighting i'"i\tures 
10 luist A<iams Strict. I'lillman Bld.^. 

( . b. PKTbRSON CO. 

.Manubicturers Sa<h, Door-, butrior 
l"inish, ('tc. 

4014 Went worth A\ < mn 

I'OND \- RON!) 

1 10, Mein\\,i\ 1 lali 

nil: I'OWI-.Rs RlJdbATOR CO. 

10 I )e,irii<irn "^1 r>i i 

i'RATd \- bAMb.l'.RT 
\ ,inn-h Makrr- 

:;2<1 \\ . ~i _'tii h -^-i r. ' 1 



b. 11. RRI:N TICK COMPANY 
Steam b'itters 

24 and 20 Sherman St reel 

bbj- ISBCRC, ]'b.\Ti<: C.L.ASS CO. 

442 Wabash .\\enue 

1 ri:di:rick w. pi:rkins 

Isabella Building 

WlbblAM .\. i'OPh: 

Contractors of Heating and Power 

Plant-. 

SO Hast baki- Street 

1 Hh: |-Rh:i)i<:RicK pos4' co. 

Drawing Materials 

;5();5r)-;5();57 North llandin .\\rime 

j. w. R^:l-:l)^• icbKVATOR co. 

212 West Illinois Street 

Ri:PbBbI( MANCFACTbRlNt. ((). 
(').")(■) Washington Boulexartl 

b\COB R()1)A4Z 

( .ent^'ral Contractor 

Rooker\ Building 

RAbPIl L^ SbMNl-.R SObbir !■ ( ( >. 

I 'onlraetors 

()12 Pullman Building 

B. h. Rl-A NObDS X- CO. 

iMirn.ici's 

112 Dearborn Mrect 

si.NiA , roci:rs .\; CO. 

140 ba Salle ^trini 

nil-: sHi:RWiN-wibbbAMs co. 

Manufacturers i'aints and \'arni>h(- 
110th and Stepht'uson Aeeiuir 

1 Hi: slANDARD COM PAN \ 

Manufacturers of Ornamental Iron 
,ind Bronze WOrk 

SOO Raibvax' IC.xehange Ibiildinu 

^lANDARD \ARNISH WORK^ 

2<'>2() .Armour .\\riuic 

i:. p. ^lRANDBh:RC. c^ CO. 

( icneral ( "ontractor> 

1 b^ii Slock l-:\chang( Biiildiii^ 

JOHN ( . ^l 1" l"ON ((). 

{ Dniraitors lOr Plain and < )rnaini r, i.il 
Pla-tering 

():50 l'"ir-i N.itional B.ink Bii.ldiiu 

l\Mi:s siii:i)1)i:n .\.- (o. 

I'uilding < ont ractor> 

00. 02 ba Sail ^i r. . i 

-ii-b.obi) \ Ni:bNKiRCHi:\ 

I .ener.d ( ont raetor> 

1 12 South CI, irk ---tui 1 

^( dill II \i>ri:i) ^rRi-:i:r ir( )\ 

\\( )RK'- 

20 1 1 ■^iinth Ibd-tc! ^ir. . i 



j. W. S.WDKR 

( ii-mTal liuikling COiUraclor 

1()() Wasliiiigtoii Siii't I 

THOMAS cS: SMITH 

("ontrartors of Hcatini;, Air ("ooliiii^ 
and Purifying Plants 

1 H) North ("ar|)c'nlrr Sircii 

UNION l•()^'NI)R^' WORKS 

l()-4 Dearborn Stnd 

rNlTED STATICS BITK I'RlN'l" 
I'AP1:R CO. 

Drafting Room Supplies 

2{hi2()r, La Salle Street 

INirKD srATKS CVPSl'M CO. 

.Miners ol Oypsuni and Manufac- 
turers ol its products, Adamant Fire- 
proof Partitions, Casting and Mould- 
ing I'laster, Cniversal I'inish, Ce- 
nientie*) Water Paint, Plaster of 
Paris 

200 Monroe Street 
XOIC.T.MANN c^- CO. 

Wire ( iiass and Fire-proof Windows 
44") West Frie Street 
(.FORCF W. \FR1TV 

\)\ Dearborn Street 
\ IFRUNC, McDOWFLL cS; CO. 

'2'^ri\ Street and Stewart A\enue 
A. .V S. WILSON CO. 
( leneral Contractors 

'.VAO Monadnock liuilding 

WISCONSIN LIMF cS: CFMFNT CO. 

l.'5S Washington Street 



HOWARD i). U.MTLIA CO. 

inti'rior l)ecorat()rs, i)esigners and 
1' urnishers 

I'ini- -Arts iiuilding 

rilF WARRFN CONSTRrCTlON C~0. 
( leneral Contractors 

I lo'i-.'i Monadnock Building 

Wi'.LLS BROrilFRS COMPANY 

( "icnera! ( 'ontractors 

!tS Jackson Boule\ard 

rill': r. wilcf co. 

Polished and Hardwood I'looring 

22nd and Throo]) St reel < 

II. n. WHFFLOCK 

llOS Schiller Building 

H R. WILSON e^ CO. 

<)()(), 21S La Salle Sireets 

THF WINSLOW BROS. CO. 

Ornamental Iron and Bronze 

4()0() Harrison Street 

WOLF, SAVi-:R c^ IIFLLFR 
Refrigerators 

Fulton and Peoria Street- 

L, WOLFF NLANCFACTCRINC. CO. 

Plumbing Sui)plies 

t)01 W. Lake Street 

^■ALl■: & TOWN!-: mI'C. co., thi-: 

Hardware 

00 Lake Street 

ZANDFR. RFCM CO. 

Plastering Contractors 

oOS Lakeside Buildinu 







^IJtCr S;uTrP :, ;.»tj 



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R D 



THIS \t'ai- marks the (iiiarttT (XMiicMinial ot ihc Chicago Arrhi- 
teclural Cliil). During these years the ideals lor which the 
Club first stood have not changed. The expression has \aried 
at times and i)ossil)l> at times has not been ([uite consistent, 
but the real sentiment has underlain most of its actixilies. BrieH\- staled, 
the insi)iring ideals were fellowship and de\elopment , the underhing mo- 
tives were social and educational. Among the Club membershii) was the 
desire to give each to the other of his heart and brain, it was in this 
gixing that each realK' recei\ed. Imoui its earliest period to toda\ the Club 
has been a social center, a breeder of friendshii)s. JM-om its earliest period 
to today the Club has been an educational factor in the li\es ot its members 
and also in the life of the community. The altruistic spirit which impels the 
individual to extend unselhsh aid to the c-ommunit\-. to the municii)alit\ 
animates the architectural brotherhood as it seems to animate no other 
body of professional men. Sc^mething in that idealism which directs the 
flood of a man's life into the channel of ar(-hitecture impels him to build not 
only buildings and cities but character, and a corollar\- to this latter building 
is the healthful altruism which marks the profession as a IxkK . A band ot 
draughtsmen seeking social and mental culture in choice and intimate com- 
panionship is not content long to li\e within itself, but having recened i^ 
impelled to gi\e, and the communitN' is richer b\ the succession ot exhibi- 
tions such as ha\e marked the career of- this and other architectural clubs. 
That the indixidual, and through him the community, ma\- be turther bene- 
tited the clubs are undertaking the education of the wortlu' draughtsmen 
to whom certain other axcnues of (-ultur(.> ha\c' necessariK' been (-losed. 

The Club is enthusiastic not onK' in its Club acti\ities but in the ac-ti\itie> 
of the indix'idual memi)er- and this eiuluisiasm ma\- express itselt m florid 



tonns, bin al ihc boltom of ihc cdiicalioiial aciixitx ot ihc Club lies the 
instilling of i)rin(Mi)les rather than the i)ro(lucti()n ot i)>r()tec]inics. The 
Club stands for eharaeter in the indixidual, in the (dub. in the comnuinit\-, 
.md its eduealional actixities are tending toward the same well balaneed, 
well considered phases of artistic endeaxor. The (diieago Architectural 
(dub animated 1)\- these loft\ ideals and noble i)uri)oses deser\es the highest 
res])ecl and support of the communitx it scH'ks to ser\e. 

IlUINC K. PoM). 




Ill)'; Disi'i ii-; 

II, I i K.'llrl, \rli-t, ( Irxchin.l 



THE TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP OF 

THE CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 



FOUNDKI) 1 <)()() 

It consists of a prize of $600.00 awarded annually in competition to 
members of the Club. The fund to be used to assist the winner in defray- 
ing the expense of a tour of obserx-ation and architectural study in 
Europe. 

N. AlAX DUNXINC; l^Ol 

JOHN H.PHILLIPS 1(H)2 

BIRCH BURDETTE LONG 1903 

THOMAS E. TALLMADC.E 1()()4 

CHARLES H. HAMMOND i()()-y 

HERBERT H. GREEN lOOi; 

WILL REICHERT 1907 

GEORGE AWSUMB 190s 

HUGH DCNNING 1909 



COMPETITION FOR TENTH ANNUAL S( HOLARSHIP 

H)l() 

Si H[i;( J 

A BUILDING IN THE INTERESTS OF NAVIGATION 

AND SANITATION 

Prize Awarded to 

CLARENCE j. i^ROWN 

DONOR OF I'KIZi:, KUO 

THE AMERICAN RADIATOR COMPANY 

Gold Medal for (he second bci (k-sion, ^ifi ,,f Cha>. W. GindGc 
awarded to 

E. R. bAMES 



CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 



Ai.^c iirLi:R, A. S. 

AXUKKWS, Al.FKI'.l) V>. 

Akmsikonc, J. A. 
AkoMCK, Jacob S. 
Ai.i.KN John K. 
AwsiMii, ( ".. 

HA(,(ii;, (UK. I '. 

lii.THici.. \'i:kn()n W. 
I^HiiK, 1-'.. ThkodokI': 

I'.KMAN. S. S. 

Ki;man, 1). W. 
HiANinr, Akim i< j 
1^i(kni;li., AlirI'I) I i. 
l'.i.AKi:, ('. I'. 
I^)()rKKi;, Koiii'.Rr K. 
likiNKMAN, William J 
Hkinslia , 1 Ii:khi:u I ( . 

liRlSH. ( HAS. \i. 

\Uu\\.\s. (ii.vs. j. 

I^IRNHAM, 1). 11. 
HlRNHAM, lllHl'.RI 

HrRt.iiDi 1 i;r, 1,i;()n 
Bi;hri;m)>, John 
Brow N, ( I. ari:n( i'. j. 
BkisTLi;, j()>i;i'n 1 1. 
hixii, WAl 

( AKR, ( H \RL1> .\. 

( 'ham;, 1-rank 

( III R( H. MnRoN \. 

( larki;, 1j)\\in H. 
(lark. I",I)\\IN II. 
(lark. 1\i)hi;ri 

( L.VRK, L. ( '. 

('h.\rli>. w. r. 

Corm:, K. 1'. 

( 'li:.\k\ . ( iiARLi;^ \\ . 

( 1)1 iLII)(,l.. ( 'lIARLl'.- A. 

( \mi'iu;ll. !■;, K. 



1;M Monroe Strt't't. 

112, 11") Dearixirn Slrrc'i, 

2 IS La Salle Start. 

;5224 KvcT^reen Axciun/. 

2(M)-2i:; North Jefferson Street. 

Ii;;.") l<:ast Ooth I'hue. 

2i();i North Mozart Stret't. 

720 Trihiine Huildin};. 

7;51-7;5r) Athenaeum Biiildini;. 

1 lar\-ester Building. 

r)12 Monadnoek Building. 

i'ir^t National Bank Building. 

r)21() South|)ort A\'enue. 

720, IS I i.a Salle Strei-t. 

1401 New \'ork Lite Building. 

SI), 1(1;; Randol|)h Street. 

720 Tribune Building. 

2;; Borden Bloek. 

14.") La Salle Strei^t. 

1417 Railway l^xehan^e Puiildini;. 

1417 Railway' I'.xchanjie Buildin;^. 

.")()() South Canal Stret'l. 

I(tl4 Corn l-",x(han_ne Bank Bnildinii. 

l.")14 1-^ast »)2nd Street. 

\S',V2 North Winchester Axeiuie. 

121',l Spauldin.i; A\eiiue. 

1417 Railway l-",x(-haniie Buildiu'^. 

It)."),") l-;a>t .").")th Street. 

\2'.VA .Mar(|U(.'tte P)uildini;, 

010 Steinwax- Hall. 

17.") I )e,irl)orn Street . 

2.")0.") Kenniore .\\'enue. 

IMMi Winlhrop Axeniie, 

.")7 \vA^[ Ldni Street . 

Id I-".,i>i, L.lni Siri'ct. 

•')71 1 \\ a-hinu,toii .\\eiiin . 

Hil 1 ( (irii l".X(haiii;e B.iiik l>uildin<. 

:'l !(l \-hl,in<l .\\cnui'. 



Dkan, (jEOR(;e R. 
Denslow, L. 1{. 
DoDD, John M. 
Downs, E. L. 
Di'NNiNc;, Iku.H B. 
Dinning, N. Max 

DlNKEl.HKKCi, K. P. 

Dazev, IIakkv L. 

1-j.iKL, Roy 

Fellows, Willlam K. 
Klklrv, Albert 
Fischer, John B. 
Fisher, R. 1'.. 
Frarv, I. F. 
Fisher, PERrv 1'. 

Cardex, if M. (\. 
Cerher, Arthur I . 
(".raham, F. R. 
( ; RANOER, Alfred 1 1. 

(".REEN, HeRHERI IF 

IIamimn, Arthur 
IIaa(.en, Fall T. 
I Ia(;ani;n', J ami:s A. 
Hall, A. C. 
I Iamilton, J. F. 
Hammond, ('. IF 
Hanifin, Arthur 
I Iatsi'eld, ("lari:n( ic 
I Ierk, Thorn ion A. 
I Ii:uN, Arthur 
I Ii(.(,iNs, J. Smi ih 

I lolX.KINS, I IaROLD ( I. 

I loiiAoiA, Fall 
I loLSMAN, i 1i;nrv K. 
I hi. AND, Paul W 
ll^ i-;Tr, Roiuki Fi;al 

In(.K AM. I loK A( IC ( '. 

Jaml>, i;, R. 

||•.NK1N'^, I lARin- i ). 

I i;NSi;N, I'",lmi;k ( '. 
ji:nsi-;n. Ji';n> 

JoHNXiN, jl'.N^ A. 
KolIM.LDr, \\ ALU- R ( '.. 

I\N( i.\, Ak 1 nuK 1 1. 

Fi;akit,l, John Calxin 
F\N(,, Fduis A. 

FlLl.i;SKAU, loHN 



21S Fa Salle Sln'cU 

of) South Water St red 

24 Adams Street. 

1745 Railway ICxcliange Buildinn. 

oK), 1()7 Dearborn Strei'l. 

r)l(), 1()7 Dearborn Street 

41S Mereiiants Foan tV' Trust Buildiiii 

S4 .Adams Street, (('. A. ( '. i 



144:5 ICllis A 



N'enue. 



17;];> AFir(|uetlt' Buildini^. 

IO:-;4, 20:] Michigan A\enue. 

C.iri" Postle i.\; Mahler, 204 Dearborn Street, 

.-)()!» Iviiroaks A\e., Oak Park, III. 

N . -M. C. A., Oak Park. Ill, 

.")()<» I'airoaks A\-enne. Oak Park. 

!)0I I'eutonic Bnildinu. 

Wilson .\\enue Station. \. W . k'lexaied K. K, 

1417 Railwax I-'..\eli,in,iL;e Buildin;^. 

ISOl, ISl Fa S.dk' Stn'ct. 

!K)o l'",ir\vt'll .\\eniie, Kouer- P.irk 

llOo .Monadnock liuildin'.^. 

S(M Steinwax Hall. 

17:5;! Mar(|nelle Binldin-. 

12M North ( 'entr.d .\\cinn . 

121s Hartiord Bnildin;^. 

1 112 Steinwax Hall. 

1117 Rail\\<iy I^\chanjj,( ISitildinL:, ( l)i(,i-ii. 

720 I'ril )inie Pjuildint;. 

211, 1.") 1 Washini;t()n M reet . 

SOI Steln\va\ Hall. 



:)12 1 l-.\ an-~ton .\\ cniK , 1 .,1 • 



111 



N . -M. ('. A., O.dc Park. III. 

I )e,irliorii A\ eniie Hotel. I )e,nl i( nil A ( '\\\i 

1 17 .Mniiadnock Ibiildiii'j,. 

1001 lle\\\(irth 1 biildiii^. 

oS.S k;,!-,! COlh Street. 

I 7:! I M,lf(|llel te Kllildiil^. 

1 101 .New \'ork File I'.iiildin-. 

21 \\o(,dlan<l P.irk. 

1 101 .\eu N'ork File IbiildiiiL;. 

HI 1 Sacramento \\ eiiiic. 

( are Roller- X- Woodx.iii, .""I'.l ( l.n'k "-tivi 

1 11 ( \\A \\\\ ,\ \ F\rli,i iil:i ■ I niildi 11'^. 
720 'I'ril >ime I biildiiiL; 

0201 s. P.irk \\.:iu. 
.X'orl h 11-1 ( oiirt , 
2021 Iknldoii A\>Mii. 



Lini)1';n, l•"i^\\K I.. 
I.INKH, John ( .. 

I-ISKA, I']. ( ". 
I.I.ICWIU.LVN, j. ( '. 
I.I.ICWICI.I.VN, R. ( '. 
I^OVIC, ROHI'.IM I . 

l.()\i';i)Ai.i':, ( ii-;()K(,i'; 1'. 
I,()\vi':, I'j.Mo (". 

I.VONS, I lAKin 

l.rc AS, \\m. 15. 
I.()\(,i.i;\-. I )\\ K.in 1 1. 

Maiii,i;r. II. II. 
Marsh, I Iakk\ I.. 
Mak.x, S.\m .\. 
.M i(ii.\i:i,s()N, ( '. L. 
Micn.i.KK, I'.Ml. I-'. I'. 
-MiNDii:, \\M. I!. 

\ A(,l,i;. ( '.VLLAKD I', 

\ ai'i;k, I Ii-:ki{i:k 1 j. 

\'l':i,S( >N, I'^DW AKl) ( ). 

.\i';i ri'AM K( iM, l-j.Mi'.k 

.\ l.\IM( )NS, ( ', i;()K(,l', { '. 

()i,i)i;i- i>i , I',. ( ,. 

( )sii-;r(.ki;n, 1\()hi;k i ( ' 

( )r I i-;\iii:imi;k. 1 ii;\in 

I'kkkin--, I )\\ i(,ii ill. 

I'on.SON, I'.DW AKI) |. 



I21() Michis^.in .\\riiiir. 

1 101 Striinvav Hall. 

i;r2() West l()(h Sln-rl: ' 

l.ViO Imi-sI .Nalioiial Hank Building. 

1520 ImisI National Hank Huikling. 

ir)2() l-'irst Nalional Hank Huildint^. 

1 .K^S ( iiXH'nwood l\'rracc'. 

Mil'-* Corn i'lxchanj^c Hank Hnildinu 

■ VM)') l'"()ri'('st .\\cniif. 
So Illinois Si rcct . 

M)(')2S l,oni;\\()od HouliAard. 

17;^! .Marciucilr Hiiildin;^. 

I'rairic .Aximuk', W'hcaton, III. 

'>i)\ 7 ( ii'and Houlcx ard. 

I \'AS .Mai)lc\\()od .\\(.niic. 

S2:i Schiller Huildint^. 

I 101 XiAV ^■o^k Life P.uildin;^. 

:;00l lliiniholdi P.oulcxai-d. 

■ )••)()( l.akcwood .\\cniK'. 

1 101 .\r\v \nrk LilV H.iiildini; 

_'!•_':) Clara I Mace. 

1 T'-VA M,ir(|iici \r 1 inili liiiu. 

Id 10 Moiiioc .\\(iiin . 

'2\y.>\) \ ciiion .\\ ciuu. 

7 1 7) I- (jrl I )('arliorii I'uiildinL;. 

720 frlhunc Hnildiii;^. 

I Hit) Nort h l-'r,in( i^i I > Si reel . 



K.MUi,, I-.. K. 
K.M'i', ( .i:( )K(,i-; I .. 
R.\\v^(i\, l.ori-^ .\. 
Riaa), I'. Aki. II., Jr. 
Ri-.K HIKT. \\\i. ( 7 
Rich. (,li,irlc- (7 
i<ii)i,i',\, R.dpli 

R( INDI I., \'i( l(i|- ( 7 

Rori.i: \i , Aim II I u 

Rii.v. 17 li 

i\l sN , .\\ I IK )\^ T"~"~^...^ 

S\M)i'.(a<i:\, ,\\i)K'i.\\ 

S.XKi.l^soN, I\I)U1:K I I .. 

Schmidt, Rk h ard I-7 
ScRinniNs, jdiiN .\. 
Shaw, I low ard \ .\\ I )< irn 

S.MAI, I., ji )HN ^. 

Smith John R. 
SoMi-.R--, .\i.hi;r 1 ^. 



1 I 2 \\ ,i>hin;^i (in si n-ri 

100 W a>liini^ii )ii ^i vr^^\ 

llinxlaic. 111, 

I ( is Lake .\\ rnir, , 

I I 7) i- iiri I )iMrl)()i-n llinii lin-, 

I 100 M,anwa\ II. dl 

:;iOI South I'.irk \\.nii ■, 

• l->.)(> \ rrn< 111 \\ cii IK 
1111 WrM Polk ^ir.vl 

• !0:-! 1 \i irt h 1 ti li \\ iniic, 1 1\ inu I '.ii i^ 

1 -l-iO ^(illl h ,\\ CI- \\ (Tlllr, 

1- n"-i \at i( )ii.il I'), I nk Hinldini;. 

lifi'WAn, 111. 

1 72 W ,i-hin;.^h m ~^i nci 

1 7.) 1 M,ir(| iici I (■ k)iiildi ii;^, 

I 72 Mentor Hnildiii-, 

■ 1700 I- orrc--i \\ (1111; . 

7)002 ( h.iplain \\ iiim 

Oil 1 ' orii |-\rli,i,rj,. P,,,,i7 k'.iiildin^ 



Sl'RINGliR, ChARLI'S 1.. 

Spindler, Oscar 
SiLHA, Otto A. 

Tallmadge, Thomas K. 
T AGO ART, John A. 
ToMLiN'soN, Webster B. 
TUTTLE, A. IV 

\()N' llOLST, I ll'.RMAN 

Walcott, Chester 1 1. 
Wagner, K. j. 
Wagner, Fritz, Jr. 
Walker, Frank (\ 
Watson, X'ernon S. 
Weber, P. J. 
Weiss, John W . 
Williamson, Wnl ('.. 

WiLMANNS, AUGLST C . 

Wilson, Horaito R. 
Willis, 11. S. 
Wilkinson. 1.. 1^. 
WiNSLow, B. i;. 
Wirt, Frederic k ii. 

WlEIIRMANN. Wm. ( .. 

\()RK. John 1 ). 
^'oiNG, Arrk.i-. 

/,IM\n-:RNL\N. 11. 11. 



ii.SH) I'rairic .\\cmir. 

Archer An'ciuu' ;iiul \.rv MithL 

720 Tribuiu' l-5uil(liii.u. 

lOOi, ISS Madison Sirti. 
:V.V.] ()2iul Street. 
S09 Steinwcu- Mall. 



5231 



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Steiii\va\- Hall. 

Care llolahird lV' Koclu-, Moiiadiiocl-; i'>ld 

121t) Michigan .\\c'nuc. 

2020 Cl\l)()urn A\enue. 

1417 Rail\va\- i-^\chanm> Buildinii. 

443 Fair Oaks Avenue, Oak Bark, 111 

21 17 Fisher Building. 

41o Pullnum Building. 

1124, 153 La Salle Stan. 

1(17 1 )earl)()rn Street . 

2 is La Salle Stret't. 

40;)() ("ireenwood .Xxciuir. 

()01 1 Ivinihark A\enuf. 

1()15 Ashland iik.ck. 

107 luist 5Sth Stri'ci. 

5321 South Ashland .\\cniic-. 

522 North Clark Strcri. 
1 147 C.alt .\\-eniie. 

1231 .\ddison Street. 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 



.-\llin(,, \'.\n W . 
.Ai'iMCL. I Ii-:nr\ L. 

Balkin, Lotis 
Be.ckerli:g, \l. 1 1. 
i^)E.ir)Li:R, .\. W . 

i)I,OMI'll':LI), IaM1'> 
B)0\VSTE.AI), 1 IaRRV ( 
I^ONNEK, Ch.\RL1'.S 
BjORK, .\. F. 

Brand, ( it'srA\ i-: .\. 
Bi;iL. C.\rl 

C.M'RON, 1-'.. 1-'. 
Combs, Roc.icr M . . 
Croeoot, I-'rI':i) 

( I^OW I\ loHN W 



15()< ( 'hicagn Saxing- 
33 1 1 Waliash .\\eiuir 



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L)2'.l Turner .\\ ciuic 
2105 Wilcox .\\-enut . 
13(t I\ook(T\ B)uildinu. 
1022 Winona .\\-enuc. 
121 1 l-;a>t 00th Street. 

I 107 ( hainher of ( 'onnnerce 
Ills (.diainher of ( "oninien( 
142s Michigan .ANiMuie. 

1!) Iva-t I'ear-on Street , 

I I I )earliorn M reel . 

1202 ( 'haniher of ( oiiuiiere, 
107 Fa-t Wa-hingtoii M reel , 
ti02 ( 'hainlier - if ( 'oinnien . 



■JAA>. II. W. 

C\vi;n, John M . 

'"Ai,Ki':NAr, Vu roK 
'anninc, (."has. ( .. 

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lAcii;. Thos. ( ., 
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'.A rivs, W'm. I ). 
■.R.\(i:. W'm. 

IaRKIs, ( IllCSi l',K U. 

Iak.ih , AuTiu R 1 1. 
lii.i.icR, I--1(:kn1'. !■ 
loi.si.Ac, Edw. \. 

Il HV, \Vm. I'.. 

lri.iii-:K I, ( '. I' 
OllNSON, K. \ 

oHNsox, \. I-;. 

\.icnM, Arcrs'i 

VIMIU-I.I., 1^. ( . 
VIMHF.I.L, M. .\ . 
VMSKI.V. 1 IaRRN ( . 
<(KII, W . W. 

.AN(,H I>1 , AnDRKW 
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Xoi-'.i.i.i-:. |(>si;i'ii I'l, 

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1'ii;r( 1-.. J. N. 
I'R(»m:k, il. i'. 
i'< • r 1 Ml 11 r, M . A. 

k\i>i:R, 1'.. II. 

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K( H 1 A 1 /, I \( 111: 

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7 10 Rookery Biiildiii;^. 

I OS La Salle Street. , 

7M llawthnnie Street. 

IK) Dearhoni Street. 
1 VS.] Stock Kxchangi'. 
()02 ("hainher of Comniercr. 
()0'2 ("haniher of (,'oiiinierce 
140S Wabash Avenue. 

7Uo SeeiiritN BiiiUling. 
SO-'t Marquette Buildiny. 
;-]S44 Lake Avenue. 
1420 .Miehit;an A\eiuie. 
291 Dearborn Street. 
211 Ivist Randolj)!! Street 

1 UK) ("oniniercial National Bank Buildini;. 
2r)27 NLignolia A\-entie. 

LI Kinzit' Street. 
L]S() Snuille\- Court. 
o()4 ( lianiber ol C'oninierci 
oOC) Sonth Canal Street. 
20;; La Salle Street. 

1100 North (dark Streii. 
20 Laki' Street. 

'){)\) Stocd-: I-",.\ehan;j,e Buildiiu 
'.\{)-\ ( hamber of Commerce. 
Mr)2 l'"ranklin Street. 
1202 (diamber of Commerci 
20;)() Laki' X'it'W .Ax-enin-. 

100, 2r)2 La SalK' Mreri. 
.")0 Idfth .\\(Mnu'. 

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2n I)earl)orn A\cnue. 

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( .iiT I nix'ersal Lortland (enieiit ( o. 

IL") .\dam- 
1 10 l<..i,krr\ L.nildin-. 

ItiOO ^oiiili L'Ifer-on ^tir<i 
1 '■')'■>') 1>\ roll Street . 
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Wood, John K. 
\\ Al.lAR III, W'm. 

Woodman, Andki'.w \\ 
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2 IS l.,i Salle SiiTii. 
'.M I )i.'arl)()ni Siri'ci . 
'}'.V2'2 .\1 )('!•( U'cn SlriHi , 

111;") l\ail\\a\ l{\cliani;c Uiiildiiii;. 
21 ") South CliiUon Strt'ci. 
!H)i), lOS L.i Salle Street. 
1210 ( liamlxT ol ( I )iniiierce. 



NON-RESIDENT MEMBERS 



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\i)I';i,siU':roI':k, Uoiand 

^i:( i;\\ 1 ill, 1 1 AKK\ ( . 

^Ko\vNiN(., \i.i;x. 

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)i Nil \M, i '.i:. I. I- . 

■'.DHkooK, I I. \\ . 

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\|oR-.|:, P)I RKiN I'. 

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l(i:)2 l-'rick Uiiildini;, I 'il t >1 )ur,L;, I'.i. 

Sll .Mirliii;an .\\ciHie. Smith Heiul. hid. 

I 'ort land, ( )i'eu(in. 

S,") W'ellini;l(iii Si ., \\C>1 , li imiii , 

1711 hhit I ion lliiildiii;^, .\e\\ \ ork ( il \ . 
(.'are Kalile I.K' K.iMe, i'orilaiid, ( )re!^()n. 

I .dier Opera I h m^e 1 )uildini;, I )eii\ ei , ( i )l . 

■ d-)2 I'l.iiie .\\eniie. ( ()|(ir,id(i "^prin^^. 

■ >22 ( iil()r,ii|(i liiiihhii;^, |)en\er, ( iiIm. 
12;i I heodiire S| reel . I )el riiil . M u h. 
101") (.e.ir\ Sireei, S.iii Iraneixn, ( ,il. 
121 Uroaduax , Se.iiile, Wa-h. 

( ,n'e Ueii. "-^ Ihoinp^nn. ll<nr\ I'uildiiii:, 

I 'i )rl 1.1 nd . ( )re. 

I 'i iri Kind, I )i"e. 

W ,111-, 111, W I-. 

S2 W e-i 12i h '^i reii , \i\\ ^ Mik. 

l.,l ^,llle. III. 

Twin l-.ill-. Id.di.., 

( ,1 111 p a lid I .,ll,l \ el 1 e ^1 leel -, \ e W < )rl e, I 1 1 - . i ., I . 

lerniiiril l'>iiiidmi;. i'.irk \\ eiiue ,i m I 1 Ki ^i.. 

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M mile, ipi ill-. \I 1 11 11 
hi 1 7 M.irkei ~^l re( 1 . 1 'liil.idelphi.i , I ',i 

iMi ( 1,1 I'll n I in 1 \\ el I 111-. \e\\ N mI'In ( 11 \ 

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I ."il 1 1-7 ( 'njimilill- .\\ e., ">e,ll 1 le W a-ll. 

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Al.MA, Ji ill\ l\. 

111. \Ki., Till:! >i»i >i<i I 

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GORIIAM BUILDIXC;, N. ^. 

McKiin, Mfiui iV Whitr, Aichitfcts \. ^ 



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STUDY FOR PENliENTIVE IN COURT HOUSE, YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO 

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ALSCHULER, ALFRED S. — 134 Monroe St. 

1. Wool Warehouse. 

2. Machinery Exhibition Warehouse. 

;}. Sinai Temple, Main Floor Plan, Competitive DrawinR. 

4. Sinai Temple, Front Elevation, Competitive DraNving. 
."). Sinai Temple, Side Elevation, Competitive Drawing. 
(). Sinai Temple and S<jcial Center, Perspective. . - 

7. Sinai Temjjle, Plaster Model, Ki in. scale. 

5. North Chicago Hebrew Congregation Temple, Floor Plan. 

9. North Chicago Hebrew Congregation Temijle, Persi)ective Drawing. 
10. North Chicago Hebrew Congregation Temijle, Front Eiexation. 

ATTERBURY, GROSVENOR — 20 W. 43rd St., New York City. 

Fl. Detail, Stud\- for Leather Coxered Doors, Swimming Bath, Phipps Natatorium, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

12. Studies for Entrance and Swimming Hath, Phi])ps Natatorium, Pittsburg, Pa. 

P-i. Swimming Pool, Phipps Natatorium, Pittsburg, Pa. 

14. Swimming Bath, Phipps Natatorium, Pittsburg, Pa. 

15. Houses at Bayberry Point, Long Island,. 
1(). Houses at Bayberry Point, Long Island. 

AWSUMB, GEORGE — 1435 E. G5th Place. 

17. Four European Sketches — Ibjtel De \'ille, Rheims; Choir, Amiens; Capital- 

l)i\init\- College, Oxford. 

18. Cl(Msters bv Michel Angelo, Thermae Piocletianae, Rome. 

19. Temple of Castor cS: Pollux, Rome, Italy. 

20. Pont DuCard, Ninies, France. 

21. Four I'kiroi)ean Sketches — Tower, Warwick; \'ase, Luxembourg; Paris, Statue- 

C()m])it'gne, Fountain, P>lenheim. 

22. Four Euroi)ean Sketches— Notre Dame, St. Ouen Rouen, .Amien, St. Mary Red- 

cliff, Bristol. 
-2;^. Four luirojx'an Sketches — Col. Blenheim, Coun(r\' Chunh Interior, England, 
lCarl\- Christian Tower Rouen, Chateau Pierre Font, France. 
24. Sketch— St. Mary— Redcliff, Bristol, England. 
2"). St. Peter's, Sunset, Rome, Italy. 

2(). Two Sketches luiropean — St. Ouen, Rouen, .\\-enue Deschamjis Elysees, Paris. 
27. P'our Sketches — h^iropean — Tours, Sienna, .Angouleme, Langes. 
2(S. Two Sketches— Paris — Pont .Alexander, Notre Dame. 
29. Two Sketches — Paris Lardin Des Tuileries, I-'ontalne De L'Observatoire. 

BALDWIN BROS. — 298 Fifth Avenue, New York. 

.'30. To(;led Leather Screen Panel, Florentine treatment. 

31. X'enetian Han(l-t(X)led Leather, Reproduction of example in South Kensington 

Museum. 

32. X'enetian Hand-tooled Leather Transparent Illumination. 

33. Hand-tooled Leather. Flemish X'erdue Effect. 



BEAUX-ARTS, Soc. of Architects - 36 E. 22nd St., New York. . 

34. "A Loggia" — Victor Bark, New York. 

35. "A Loggia"— VV. M. Johnson, New York. 

36. "A Loggia"— A. Murawsky, Cleveland. 

37. "A Lock-Gate House in the Tropics" — W. G. Disten, Columbia I'niversity. 

38. "An Archive Building for one of the Govermental Departments" — \V. P. 

Coleman, New York. 

39. "An Archive Building for one of the Govermental Departments" — B. Hoyt, 

New York. 

40. "An Archive Building for one of the Govermental Departments"— C. S. Kirby, 

Drexel Institute, Philadelphia. 
4L "An Archive Building for one of the Govermental Departments" — E. H. Knight, 
New York. 

42. "A General Waiting Room in a Terminal Railway Station" — \V. E. Humphreys, 

Cornell University. 

43. "A (jcneral Waiting Room in a Terminal Railway Station" — A. M. Kirschbaum, 

New York. 

44. "A (^icncral Waiting Room in a Terminal Railway Station" — Mary L. Westgate, 

Cornell Listitute. 

BAUMANN, GUSTAVE — 918 Fine Arts Building. 

45. "Ye Cjcrman Village.^ 
40. "The Builders." 

BEHR, THEO. E. — 26 Van Burcn St. 

47. "The Ciolden Age" — Painting for Brandeis Theatre, Omaha. 

48. Painting for Theatre. 

49. Paintings for \atalb>''s Restaurant. 

50. Painting for Ceiling of Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco, California. 
5L Ceiling Painting for a Theatre. 

52. "Harmony"— Painting for Brandeis Theatre, Omaha. 

53. Fairy Story — Water Color. 

54. "The (iolden Age"-~Painting, for Brandeis Theatre, Omaha Nebraska. 

55. Paintings for Theatre. 

5(). Paintings for Natalb>'s Restaurant. 

57. Painting for Ceiling of Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco, California. 

58. Ceiling Painting for a Theatre. 

BEIL & HERMANT- 19-21 E. Pearson St. 

59. Faun, Portland Cement. 
()0. Faun, Portland Cement. 
()1. C.rotes(|ue .Mask Bronze. 

()2. Study of a group for the Court House, ^'oungstown, Ohio, awarded execution 

in competition. 
63. Grotesque Mask Bronze. 

BENNET, EDWARD H. - 1800 Ry. Exchange. 

()4. West Porch, Chartres Cathedral. 

()5. West Porch, Chartres Cathedral, Water color. 

BLACKALL, C. H. — 20 Beacon St., Boston. 

()(). Perspectixe of Beacon Theatre. 



BLASHFIELD, E. H. — olst St., New York City. 

67. The Law in IVIoclern Times, stu(l>' for Pendentive. Court House, Youngstovvn, 
Ohio. 

()8. The Law in Remote Antiquity, study for Pendentive. Court House, Youngs- 
town, Ohio. 

09. The Law in Chissical Antiquity, study for Pendentive. Court House, Youngs- 
town, Ohio. 

70. The Law in .Middle Ages, study for Pendentive, Court House, Youngstown; Ohio. 

7L Study, figure of "Law," F"ederal Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

72. Study, Angel's Head for decoration in Federal Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

73. Study, Head of Angel for decoration in Federal Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

74. Study of Head for center figure in a panel for the State Capital at Pierre, South 

Dakota, painted for the W. .\. .Andrews Decorating Co. 

BOHNARD cS: PARSSON — .509-511 Chamber of Com., Cleveland, O. 

75. Residence of Mr. F. \'. Hale, \\'illoughl)\ , Ohio. 

76. Grace Ev. Lutheran Church, Cleveland. 

77. Residence for the Clifton Park Land tS; hiii)rovement Co. 

78. Residence of Mr. Peter B. Fisher, Clexeland. 

BORGLUM, GUTZON — 100 E. 38th St., New York. 

79. Photograph of Monument to Smithson. 



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SI 
S2 
83 



Photograph of fragment of group "Mares of Diomedes." 
Photograph ot fragment of group "1 ha\e pijied to >e." 
Photogra])h of grouj) "Mares of Diomedes." 
Photograph oflSheridan Monument erected in Washington, 1). C. 

BOSSOM, ALFRED C. — 55 W. 33r(l St.. New York City. 

84. Country House, Hertfcjrdshire, England. 

So. Campus Club, Princeton Lni\-crsit\-. 

86. Fort Ticonderoga, \. ^'. Birds e\c \iew. 

87. Fort Ticonderoga, .\. ^'. \ iew of West Barracks. 

BOYD, D. KNICKERBACKER— loth and Walntil Sts., Philadelphia. 

SS. High School iUiilding at Berw\n, Pa. 

89. Ux'sidence at Xarherth, Pa., for Dr. O. J. Sn\(ler (photographs and plans). 

90. Radnor Presbyterian Church at Wa\ni', Pa. (Sketch and plans.) 

91. Sketches for Blooming (irove Hunting and I'"ishing Club, Blooming Ciro\e Park, 

Pike Count\-, Pa. 

92. Cirouj) of Surburban Houses. 

•):5. Sketches for Residen(-e at Phila(leli)hia, Pa., for Mrs. ILdward Wethcrill. 
9f. Brick Colonial Residence at Ox'crbrook, Pa., (Plans and |)holographs.) 

BROWX, ARTHl'R G. — 1,53 La Salle St. 



9."). House in W'ilmettc, 111. 



96. House at Wilmette, 111. 

97. House in Wilmette, 111. 

BROWN, FRANK C^HOLTEAU — 710 4th Ave., So. Minneapolis, Minn. 

98. Competition for Cicneral Plan for the (ireater Cami)us, Cniversit)- of Minnesota. 

Design ])laced third. 

99. Com[)etition for Cicneral Plan for the (Ireater Campus, Lnixersity of Minnesota. 

Design placed third. 



BRUSH, C. E. — 99 Randolph St. 

100. Kxcdra. 

101. Library. 

102. Municipal Building. i 

BUCK, LAWRP:NCE — 91()Steinway Hall. 

103. Sketch for ("arncjrit' Library, Winchester, III. 

104. Sketch for Carnegie Librar\-, Winchester, 111. 
10"). Carnegie Library, Winchester, 111. 

10(1. Mrs. Douglas l)\renforth Mat Building, Ki\erside, 111. 

107. Sketch of residence for Mr. Jeffris, Rogers Park, 111. 

105. Design for hall in Jeffris House, Rogers Park. 
100. Sketch of residence for Mr. Jeffris. 

110. Sketch, living room, 1^. I). Moeng, Residence, Rogers Park, 111. 

111. Photographs Residence E. D. Moeng, Rogers Park, 111. 

112. IMiotograph detail of entrance, Rogers Park Residence. 
ll;}. Photograph K. II. I<:hrman Residence, Oak Park, III. 
114. Sketch of terrace, St. Joseph, Mo. 

11."). Sketch, Campbell Residence, San Jose, California. 

lit). Sketch of Thompson Residence, San Jose, California. 

117. Interior Sketches, Thompson Residence, San Jose, California. 

lis. Sketch of rhomi)son Residence, San Jose, California. 

110. Sketch for Studio, Oakland, California. 

120. Sketch for Studio, Oakland, California. 

121. Sketch of Residence for Charles Kdgar Webb, Rogers Park, 111. 

122. Sketch of Lntrance, W. P. Powell, Residence. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

123. Sketch for A. M. Welch Residence, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

124. Sketch for Mrs. Burnes, St. Joseph, Mo. 

12.5. Sketch (Preliminary) Klk's Club of Rockford, III. 

12(5. Photograph, H. Williams Residence, Rockford, ill. 

127. Sketch, Frederick Smith Residence, Rockford, 111. 

125. Porte Cochere, Residence of Mrs. Paula Pierce, Minneapolis. 
120. Sketch of Residence for W. P. Powell, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
i;iO. Photograph C. S. Henry Residence, Rockford, III. 

131. Photograph M. B. Love Residence, Rockford, III. 

1.32. J. C. Ferris Residence, Carthage, III. 

133. Sketch for House in Cdencoe. 

1.34. B. F. Buck Residence, Sketch, C.lencoe, III. 

13"). Sketch. Residence, B. V. Buck, Cdencoe, III. 

BURNHAM, D. H. & CX).— 1417 Ry. Exchange. 

13(). Oliver Building, Pittsburg, Pa. 

137. Photo Perspecti\i', Old National Bank, Spokane, Wash. 

13S. .Administration Building, South Park Commissioners. 

UARRERE & HASTIXC;^, 225 Fifth Ave. New York City. 

130. Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C. Six Mounted Photos. 

140. Carnegie Institution, Washington, I). C. (I-ront Flevation.) 

141. Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C. Three-(]uarter Fle\ation No. 101. 

142. Carnegie Institution. Washington, 1). C. Three-cjuarter Flevation No. 100. 



143. Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C. (First Floor Plan.) 

144. F. H. Goodyear, Buffalo, N. Y. Ten Mounted Photos. 

145. House of Representatives Building, Washington, D. C Perspective View. 

146. McKinley Monument, Buffalo, N. Y. Six Mounted Photographs. 

CHANDLER, JOSEPH EVERETT— 31 Beacon St., Boston. 

147. Duxbury Memorial Library, Duxbury, Mass. 

148. Residence of Mr. C. M. Parker, Highland Park, 111. 

149. Residence of Mr. F. B. Harriman, Bryn Mawr, 111. 

COX, KENYON — 130 E. 67th St., New York. 

150. Sketch of "The Judicial Virtues," Decoration in Luzerne County Court House, 

Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

151. Study for "The Judicial Virtues." 

152. Study for "The Judicial Virtues." 

153. Study for "The Judicial Virtues." ' 

154. Study for "The Judicial Virtues." 

155. Study for "The Judicial Virtues." 

156. Study for "The Judicial Virtues.'' 

157. "The Judicial Virtues," Decorations in Luzerne Count)- Court House, Wilkes- 

barre, Pa. 

158. Study for "The Judicial Virtues." 

159. Study for "The Judicial X'irtues." 

160. Study for "The Judicial Virtues." 

161. Study for "The Judicial Virtues." 

CRAM, GOODHUE & FERGUSON — 170 5th Ave., New York City. 

162. Residence of B. C.. Goodhue, Esq., 106 E. 74th Street, New York City. 

163. Community House for Paulist Fathers, New York City, Plan. 

164. Community House for Paulist Fathers, New York City. Perspective. 

165. Community House for Paulist Fathers, New York City. Persjiective in 

Cloister. 

166. St. Thomas College, Washington, D. C. 

167. St. Thomas College, Washington, D. C. 

168. St. Thomas College, Washington, D. C. Plan. 

CRISP, ARTHUR — 152 W. 55th St., New York. 

169. Color Sketch of "The Seven Ages," Mural Decoration in the Stuyvcsant Theatre, 

New York. 

170. Photo "The Seven .|Kgcs," Mural Decoration in Stuyxcsant Theatre, New York. 

171. Shakespcares' "Ad-^fice to the Players," Mural Decoration in the Stuyvesant 

Theatre, New, York. 

172. Photo "The Taming of the Shrew, "Mural Decoration in the Stuyvesant Theatre, 

New York. 

173. Photo "The Play's the Thing," Mural Decoration in the Stuyvesant Theatre, 

New York. 

174. Photo of Mural Decoration, left side of stairway in the Stuyvesant Theatre, 

New York. 

175. Photo of Mural Deccjration, right side of stairway- in the Stuyvesant Theatre, 

New York. ' 



DELANO & ALDRICH— 4 E. 39th St., New York. 
17Q. Russell Sage Music Hall, Northfield, Mass. 

177. Russell Sage Music Hall, Northfield, Mass. 

FERNALD, GEORGE PORTER — 70 Kilby St., Boston. 

178. Messina Cathedral after Earthquake of 1907. 

179. "Hill Gardens of Sicily" (illustrations to). 

180. Sacristy S'Mateo Palermo. 

181. Palazzo Palermo. 

182. Villa Spina Palermo. 

FERNEKES & CRAMER — Pabst Building, Milwaukee, Wis. 

183. Perspective of Residences for Mr. E. Freschl and Mr, N. Glicksman, Milwaukee. '**'' 

184. Plans of Residences for Mr. E. Freschl and Mr. N. Glicksman, Milwaukee. 

185. Four Views of Country Home of Mrs. Christian' Wahl, Pine Lake, Wis. 

186. Water Color of Residence for Mr. O. J. Herrman, Milwaukee. 

FERRY & CLAS— Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

187. Parlor, home of Gustav Pabst. 

188. Residence of Gustav Pabst. 

189. "Gargoyle." ' 

190. "Gargoyle." 

191. Dining Room, "Gargoyle." 

192. Residence Dr. Rheincrt. 

193. Entrance Northwestern Insurance Company. 

194. Auditorium Entrance. 

195. Auditorium. 

FOUNTAIN, S. J. — 403 Schiller Building. 

196. Notre Dame, Paris. 

197. A Market Street, Paris. 

198. Boulevard, St. Germain, Paris. 

199. Portico of the Pantheon, Paris. 

200. The Pantheon, Paris. 

201. Saint Sulpice, Paris. 

202. Interior of Saint German des Pres., Paris. 

FREEDLANDER, J. H. — 244 Fifth Avenue. 

203. Detail, New Building for H. F. Humber & Co. 

GILLETTE, EDWIN F. — 140 Dearborn St. 

204. Interior Views, Japanese Residence, for E. F. Gillette, at Lake Beulah, Wis. 

GRECO, CHAS. R. — 8 Beacon St., Boston. 

205. St. Patrick's Church, Brockton, Mass. (Sketch.) 

206. St. Matthew's Church Elevation and Rectory, Dorchester, Mass. 

207. St. Matthew's Church and Plan Rectory, Dorchester, Mass. 

208. Contagious Hospital, Cambridge, Mass. 

GRIFFIN, WALTER BURLEY— 1200 Steinway Hall. 

209. Mary H. Boyce, 2-family House, Evanston, III., Paul Cornell Estate. Depart- 

ment Store and 4-flat Building, Chicago. 

210. Charles Anwander, Pair of Cottages, Chicago. 



211. F. W. and Philip Itte, Oroiipof Dwellings and 2-fla( Building, Rogers Park, 111. 

212. E. R. Hasse &' Co., Workman's Cottage, Chicago. 

213. William F. Tempel, Residence, Kenilworth, 111. 

214. FUiott & James, Pair of Cottages, Chicago. 

215. Niles Club Company, Clubhouse, Niles, Mich. 

216. F. B. Carter, Jr., Dwelling. Evanston, 111. 

217. Ralph D. C.riffin, Dwelling, KdwardsviUe, 111. 

218. Albert Cohn, Two-Hat Building, Chicago. 

219. William F. Tempel, Bungalow, Kenilworth, 111. 

220. Irving Payne, Dwelling and Stable, .-Xero, 111. 

221. (i. B. Cooley, Dwelling, Monroe, La. 

222. W. B. Sloane, Dwelling, Elmhursi, 111. 

GROSS, OSKAR — 1 9 Pearson St . 

223. Roman Triumphal March, Sketch for Frieze (fragment). 

224. Roman Triumphal March, Frieze (fragment). 

225. "Law" (Pardon), Sketch for Court Room Panel. 
220. "Art,"' Allegorical Figure (Studx). 

227. "Law," (Sketch) for Court Room Panel. 

228. Sketch for Screen. 

229. Sketch for Screen. 

230. Studies from Nature. 

231. Studies from Nature. 

232. Dining Room-frieze (fragment), lent b\ .Mr. I'rank B. Stout'. 

233. "Knd of the Da\" (decorative jxinel). 

234. Photo Fragments of Froman Frieze. 

235. Dining Room Frieze (fragment), lent b\- Mr. Frank B. Stone, Woodiawu .Ave. 

GUERIN, JULES — 24 Gramercy Park, New York City. 

236. Design for Place Scene in Shakcspears' .Antony and Cleopatra, ".New Theatre," 

New 'S'ork. 

HANSELL-ELCOCK CO. — 23rcl Place & Archer Ave. 

237. Patten Ciymnasium, .Northwestern rni\ersit\ .' 

238. Patten Civmnasium, .Northwestern I'niversity. 

HOERMANN, CARL— 171 Washington St. 

239. Church Interiors. 

HOLABIRD & ROCHE — Monadnock Block. 

240. Perspective of proposed design for Residence ol M. Rothschild. 

241. Competition for l'. S. Post Office, C S. Custom House, I'. S. Court House, 

Honolulu, llawafi. 

242. Perspective of Proposed Design for Residence of .M. Rothschild. 

243. Main Elevation, Competition for C S. Post Office, C S. Custom Ihjuse, l. S. 

Court House, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

244. Side Elevation and Section. Competition for l. S. Post Office, I". S. Custom 

House, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

245. Perspecti\'c Showing Interior Main Entrance, Vestibule, Jackson Brook's 

Building. 

246. Chicago City Hall during construction. 



HOLSMAN, H. C. — 5603 Madison Ave. 

247. Webb Residcnro, Oak Park, 111. 

HUBBARD, A. H. — 114 Eng. Hall, Urbana, 111. 

248. Sketch for a Residcncf. 

249. "Panama Sketches." 

250. "Panama Sketches." 

HUNT, ANTHONY — 175 Dearborn St. 

251. Design for ("()unlr>- Kstate on the Fox River. 

HUNT, JARVIS — Monadnock Building. 

252. Remodeling of the Business Front at Wheaton. 
25:i. Before Remodeling lousiness Fnjnt at Wheaton. 

254. Sketch .National Cit) Bank Office Building. 

hydraulic; press BRIUK rO. — chamber of Commerce. 

255. Panel Showing Color Range in Hydraulic "Devonshire." 

256. Panel Showing Color Fffects in Hydraulic "Bokhara Reds." 

257. Seal of (". A. C. in "(".olden ("daze." 

JENSEN, JENS— Steinway Hall. 

25S. Road 'rrealment, llund)ol(lt i^irk, Chicago. 
259. Water C.arden, Humboldt l^irk, Chicago. 

jENNEY, MUNDIE cS: JENSEN — 1401 New York Life Building. 

2(i(). The First .Xational Bank, Champaign, ill. 
2()1. Interior l-'irst .National Bank, Joliet, 111. 
2()2. iMrst National Bank. Joiiet, III. 

KELLER. H. U,.— 1381 Addison Rd., Cleveland. Ohio. 
^ HVA. A Disputi'. 
2()4. Night. 
2()5. The River Boat. 

KELLEY, CHARLES FABENS- University of Illinois. 
2()(). Thi' Princess and the I-'rog. .Mural Decoration. 

KH.HAM & HOPKINS— 9 Park St.. Boston. 

2()7. Williams School, Chelsea, Mass. 

2()S. Inglisby. Ipswich, Mass. Count\- Seat of C. P. Searie, I-lscj. 

2()9. Residence of C. .N. Wallace, Boston, Mass. 

270. Count)- Residence of James C. Hoj^kins, I)o\er, .Mass. 

271. C.arage, Bristol, R. I., for Miss Marjorii' \an Wickle. 

KIMBELL. S. S. BRICK CO.— 304 (Miamber of C\)mmer(e. 

272. Brick Panel, C.re\- .\strakhan~Flemish Bond. 
'27'A. Brick Panel, I'lashed C.re\- Speckled Flemish Bond, 

274. Brick Panel, Buff .Astrakhan — Flemish Bond. 

275. Brick Panel, I-dashcnl C.ra>- .Astrakhan — Flemish Bond. 

LEBENBAUM cS: iVI ARX — 5017 C.rand Boulevard. 

27(). Resiflence for Mr. Sid. M. S[iiege!, at Winnetka, 111. 



LITTLE, J. LOVELL, JR. — 15 Beacon St., Boston. 

277. House at Brookline, Mass., Detail and Plans. 

278. House at Brookline, Mass., Photos. 

279. House at Chestnut Hill, Mass., Photos and Plan. 

LINDHEIM, RAY— 27 W. 67th St., New York City. 

280. Autumn. 

LOWE & INGRAM ~ 206 La Salle St. 

281. Residence for Dr. Ernest L. McEwen. 

LORD & HEWLETT — 345 Fifth Avenue, New York. 

282. Westchester County Court House. 

283. Brooklyn Masonic Temple. 

MAGINNIS & WALSH— 100 Boylston St., Boston. 

284. St. Catherines Church, Somerville, Mass. 

285. St. Catherines Church, Somerville, Mass. Basement Interior. 

286. North End Bath House — City of Bostf)n. 

287. Boston College — (General Plan. 

288. Boston College, Bird's Eye View. 

289. Perspective, Competition Recitation Building. 

MAHER, GEORGE W. — 821-218 La Salle St. 

290. Reinforced Concrete Hotel. 

291. Apartment Building for Mr. Frank Schoenfeld. 

MARSHALL & FOX — First National Bank Building. 

292. Blackstone Hotel. 

McKIM, MEAD & WHITE— 160 5th Avenue. New York. 

293. Library, University of Virginia. 

294. (jorham Company's Building, New York. 

295. Interior Havana Tobacco Company's Store, \e\v York. 

296. Madison Square Carden, New \'ork. 

297. Madison Square Carden, New \'ork. 

298. Carnegie Branch Library, 32 West 115th Street, New N'ork. 

299. Carnegie Branch Lit)rary, 29 E. 3()th Street, New ^■ork. 

300. Carnegie Branch Library, 37 W. 124th Street, New \'()rk. 

McLaughlin building material go. — 145 La Salle Si. 

301. Panel, Smyrna and Syrian and Devonshires. 

302. Terra Cotta I'ace Brick and X'alore Persians. 

303. Panel, Rustic C>rey and Rustic Orange No. !]{)n, Tawnx .No. 570, Mahogany 

No. 580. C.un Metal. 

304. Panel Indian Rustic, Maize, Cherr\ , \'el\et, and Black, and Portsmouth Re- 

fractories I'niversal. 

MEADE, FRANK B.— 1002 Garfield Buildjng, Cleveland. Ohio. 

305. Residence of Mr. M. B. (irover, Cleveland.^ 

306. Residence for Mr. W. S. Root, Cleveland. 

307. Residence for Mr. 11. P. Eells, Cleveland. 

308. Residence for Mr. .\. A. .\ugustus, Cleveland. 

309. Residence for Mr. J. C. Mcllanhan. 



; ■ ■ 

MORA, F. LUIS — 142 E. 18th St. New York. 

310. Study of Figure for "The Isle of Plenty." 

311. Study of Figure for Panel, "The Isle of Plenty." 

312. Sketch for a Lunette Subject, New York. 

MOULDING, THOMAS CO. 

313. "Textur," Brick. 

314. "Textur," Brick. 

315. "Textur," Brick. 

316. "Textur," Brick. 

MURAL PROOF STUDIOS — 298 Fulton St., Brooklyn. 

317. "The Masons," Mural Proof after P. V. Galland. 

318. "The Potters," Mural Proof after P. V. Galland. 

319. "The Upholsterers," Mural Proof after P. V. Galland. 

320. "The Turners," Mural Proof after P. V. Galland. 

321. "Cathedral at Dordrecht," Mural Proof for Library Decoration. 

322. "The Discoverers," "Cabot," Mural Proof. 

323. "The Discoverers," "Leif Ericson," Mural Proof. 

324. "The Discoverers," "Columbus," Mural Proof. 

32.5. "Windmill near Dordrecht," Mural Proof for Librar\- Decorati(jn. 

MYERS, DATUS E. — 1543 E. 57th St. 

326. Landscape Sketch for a Mural Decoration. 

NELSON, W. P. COMPANY — 241 Michigan Avenue. 

327. Design for Bancjuct Room. 

328. Design for Mens' Cafe. 

329. Elevation for Room Louis X\'I period. 

330. Elizabethian Living Room. 

331. Elevation Design for Dining Room. 

332. Jacobean Embroidered Curtain, Cop\- of one in South Kensington Museum, 

London. 

NEWHALL & BLEVINS — 9 Park St., Boston. 

333. Win. Lloyd Garrison School for the City of Boston. 

NIMMONS & FELLOWS — 1 Michigan Avenue. 

334. Building for W. \V. Hoyt Co., Chicago. 
33."). Buildings for Licjuid Carl)onic Co., ( hicagc 

THE N. W. T. C. C^O. — 2525 Clybourn Av((Muie. 

336. Urn. 

337. Urn. 
3.38. Urn. 
:^39. jar. The .Northwestern Terra Cotla Com|)an\'s Color G. R. 1. 

340. jar. The Northwestern Terra Cotta Comi)any's color G. R. 1. 

341. Polychrome Panel. 

342. Polychrome Panel. 

343. PoKchrome Panel. 



OTTENHEIMER, STERN cS: REK HERT- 715-134 Monroe St. 

345. C\)iiiitr>- Rcsklcmc for Mr. Sidney B. Calm, at Hi^hlaiul Park, 111. 

;H(). Country RcsidcMUc for Mr. Ma.\ Markwoll, at Highland I'ark, ill. 

347. Detail of Entrance tor Warehouse. The Lincoln Warehouse and \an Co. 

348. Warehouse for The Lincoln Warehouse lK- \'an Co., -\:'m\ Street and Dre.xel 

Boulevard. 

349. Hotel for Cloudcroft Hotel Coniiianx , at Cloudcrofl, New Mexico. 

PEARLMAN, VICTOR S. & CO. - 10 E. Adams St. 

350. Hammered Copi)er Lan^p Standard, Three Llectric Lights. 
35L Threedight I-Llectric Bracket. 

352. Car\ed Wood Torchere in Powdered (iold. 

i}53. Car\'ed Wood Lamj) in Powdered (iold. 

PERKINS, FREDERIC K W. 4() E. \ an BtircMi St. 

354. I^esidence, Michigan Cit\-, Ind. 

355. Residence, Chicago. 
35G. Residence, Chicago. 

357. l'2ntrance. Residence, Chicago. 

35S. Lntranc-e, Residence, Chicago. 

359. Recei)tion Hall, Residence, Chicago. 

3()0. Hall, Residence, Chicago. 

3(U. Living Room, Residence, Chicago. 

3(52. Library, Resiflence, Chicago. 

3()3. Living Room, Residence, .Michigan Cit\. 

3()4. Hall, Residence, Michigan Cil\ . 

3()5. Li\ing Room Mantel, Residence, Michigan ( it\. 

366. Dining Room, Residence, Michigan Cit\ . 

3()7. Dining Room, Residence, .Michigan Cit\. 

3()S. Second Hall, Residence, Michigan Cit\-. 

3()9. Lix'ing Room Mantel, Residence, Michigan Cit\. 

370. Chamber, Residence, Michigan Cit\, 

37L Librar\-, Residence, Michigan Cit\-. 

372. C.allery and ( iarden. Residence, M ichigaii ( it \ . 

373. C.arden, Residence, Michigan Cit\. -i' 

374. Kntrance, Residence, .Michigan ( ity. 

375. Residence, Michigan Citw Ind. 

376. Billiard Room, Residence, Oconomowoc, Wis. 

377. Billiard Room, Residence, ( )conomowoc. Wis. 
37S. Li\'ing Room, Residence, ( )connmow()c, W'i- 
379. Residence, Lake I'^jrest. 
3.S0, Residence, Lake P'oresi . 

351. Porch Residence, Lake F()re>i . 

352. Loggia, Resiflence. Lake l-'orest . 



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PARKER, WALTER H. — 244 Keainey St., San iMancisro. 

;]S;-!. Competitixc Drawing, Bakersfii'ld Countx' (Ourt House. California. 

PATTOX & MILLER— MO Dearborn St. 

;]S4. ( irou]) ol P>uil<iing>. 



PEYRAUD, T. C. ^ 1022 Fine Arts Building. 

385. Sketch for C'ort Theatre, Panel (left). 

386. Sketch for C'ort Theatre. 

387. Sketch for Cort Theatre, F'anel (right). 

PLATT, CHARLE:S A. — 11 E. 24th St., New York. 

388. Carden of Mrs. R. M. Clark, Pomfret, Conn. 

389. " (harden of Rev. Jos. Hiitcheson, Warren, R. 1. 

390. House of VVm. ('.. Mather. 

391. HoiiseofWm. (;. Mather. 

392. House of VVm. C. Mather. 

393. House at New London. 

394. House of Marshall P. Slade. 

395. Carden of Weld. 
39(). Carden of Weld. 

397. Carden of Mrs. R. M. Clark, Pomfret, Conn. 

398. Mouse of Ceorge L. Nichols. 

RHINI), J. MASSEY — 208 E. 20th St., New York. 

399. Decorative Bronze Kagle, Smith Memorial Arch, Philadelphia, Pa. 

400. Recumbant Figure Father Brown Church, St. Mary the \irgin, New NOrk. 

401. Cranite Spandrel, Smith Memorial .Arch, Philadelphia, Pa. 

402. Cranite Spandrel, Smith Memorial .\rch, Philadelphia, Pa. 

RIDLEY, r. RALPH —3104 S. Park Avenue. 

403. Fnglish Suburban Residence. 

404. Knglish Suburban Residence. 

RIPLEY, H. (;. — 8 Beacon St., Boston. 
40."). Stud>- of Pines, V'entimiglia. 
40(1. Stud\- of I'ine Trees, Beaulieu. 

R0(;ERS cS: WOODYATT - Lol5 Ashhmcj Bhxk. 

407. iiuildings and Residences. 

ROSS, ALBERT R. —Hi E. 42n(l St., New York. 

408. Science Building, New NOrk State Normal CoUegi. 

409. Administration Building, New N'ork State .Normal College. 

410. .Auditorium Building, New \nrk State Ncjrmal College. 

SHATTIKT^ cK: HUSSEY — 907 153 La Salle St. 

411. \'. M. C. .A. Building at Kokomo, Ind. 

SHEPLEY, RUTAN & CXX)LIDGE - 1014 C\)rn Exchange Bank Bkig, 

412. [^hoto, llou.se of Ceorge 11. Wightman, l^s(|., Brookline, Mass. 

413. Perspecti\e, Harris Trust Building. 

414. Model of House for R. T. Crane, Fs(i., Lake Shore Dri\e, Chicago. 
41.'). Elevation, llari)er Memorial Library , Cni\ersit\- of Chicago. 

410. Model of llar|H'r Memorial Librarx , Cnix-ersitx- of Chicago. 

417. i^hoto, I'^icld Memorial Library Conwa\-, Mass. (l-^xterior. ) 

418. Photo, h'ield Memorial Library, ConwaN', Mass. i Interior.) 

419. Photo, Milton Public Librarx , Milton Mas-. 



420. Photo, Perspective of University of Nebraska. 

421. Photo, House of N. W. Harris, Esq., Lake Geneva, Wis. 

422. Photo, House of N. W. Harris, Esq., Lake-Geneva, Wis. 

423. Photo of House of C. L. Hutchinson, Lake Geneva, Wis. 

424. Photo, House of W. B. Walker, Esq., West Manchester, Mass. 

425. Photo, Corn Exchange National Bank, Staircase, Chicago, 111. 

426. Photo, Corn Exchange National Bank, Interior. 

427. Photo, Langdell Hall, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Mass. 

428. Photo, Administrarion Building Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. 

429. Photo, Whitinsville Congregational Church, Whitinsville, Mass. 

430. Chestnut Hill Pumping Station, Boston, Mass. 
43L Photo, Spot Road Pumping Station, Boston. 

432. Perspective, Borland Building, Chicago. 

433. Sketch, Fountain of the Great Lakes. 

434. Photo, Station of New York Central Railroad, Albany, N. Y. 

SPENCER & POWERS— Stein way Hall. 

434a. House and Stable at Canton, 111. 

435. Mr. Fred B. Smith's House and Garage, near Terrc Haute, Ind., entrance front. 
435a. Miss Susanne Denkmann's House at Rock Island, 111. 

436. Miss Susanne Denkmann's Stable and Garage at Rock Island, 111. 

437. Mr. E. A. Hamill's House, Gate Lodge, House and Stable. 

438. Proposed Hotel at Terrc Haute, Ind. 

439. Oak Park and River Forest High School at Oak Park, 111. 

440. Mr. Fred B. Smith's House, near Tcrre Haute, Ind. Garden Front. 

441. Mr. E. W. McCready's House and Garage at Oak Park, 111. 

442. Original Study for Mr. McCready's House at Oak Park, 111. 

443. Competitive Design for Winnipeg Grain Exchange. 

444. Comstock Farm, Mr. Walker's House at (ilencoe, Hickox Farm. 

445. Mr. Ellis' House. 

446. Mr. Spencer's House. 

447. Mr. Forrest's House. 

448. Mr. Nichols' House. 

449. Mr. Sherman's House. 

450. Mr. McCready's House. 

451. Mr. Welle's House. 
451a. Mr. A. C Magnus' House. 

452. Mr. A. C. Magnus' Stable and (iardener's Lodge. 

453. Mr. Welles' House. 

454. Li\ing Room in House at Milwaukee. Living Room in Mrs. Adams' House. 

Li\ing Room in Mrs. Ellis' House. Dining Room in Dr. Percy's House. 

455. Mr. Waterman's House. Mr. Forrest's House. Mr. Smith's House at Glencoe. 

Study for Gate Lodge. 

STURGIS, R. CLIPSTON— 120 Boylston St., Boston. 

45(). Lecture Hall, Franklin I'nion, Boston. 

457. Franklin I nion, Boston. 

458. Interior \'ie\vs, First National 13ank, Bost(jn. 

459. Flag Pole Base, First National Bank, Boston. 

460. IntcTior \ic\v, I'irst National Bank, Boston. 



TAFT, LORADO — 1038 Fine Arts Building. 

461. Washington Monument. 

462. Soldiers' Monument. 

TALLMADGE & WATSON — 1004 Security Building. 

463. First Methodist Church, Evanston, accepted plan. 

464. Quarter Scale Model, First Methodist Church, Evanston. 

465. Preliminary Study, First Methodist Church, Evanston. 

466. First Methodist Church, Evanston, Preliminary Design. 

467. First Methodist Church, Evanston, Preliminary Design Plan. 

468. House for T. R. Myers. 

469. Interior, ^Dining Room, House for J. R. Myers. •'^ 

470. Interior, House for J. R. Myers, Glencoe. 

471. Entrance, House for Dale Bumstcad, Oak Park. 

472. Croup Houses, 56th and Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago. 

473. Bungalow, Oak Park. 

474. Entrance, House for C. E. Mathews, Oak Park. 

475. C.roup of Houses, Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago. 

476. Entrance, House for J. F. Myers, (ilencoe. 

477. Bungalow, May wood. 111. 

478. Interior, Bungalow, Oak Park, Hi. 

479. Cottage, Evanston, 111. 

TOBEY FURNITURE CO. — 100 Wabash Avenue. 

480. Sketch for Tapestry Decoration. 

TRACY, SWARTWOUT & LITCHFIELD — 244 Fifth Ave., New York. 

481. Connecticut Savings Bank, New Haven, Conn. 

482. Connecticut Savings Bank, New Haven, Conn. 

483. Accepted Competitive Design for U. S. Post Ofifice Building, Denver, Co\o. 

TROWBRIDGE & ACKERMAN — 114 E. 28th St., New York. 

484. Photo of Power House at McCall's Ferry, Pa. 

485. Sketch, Power House at McCall's F"erry, Pa. 

TOWNSEND & FLEMING — 1326 Prudential Building. 

486. Study, Bridge, Estate of J. C. French, Wickliffe, Ohio. 

487. Plan of .Arrangement for Projx'rty of Myron T. Merrick. 

488. Plan of the Plateau, Estate of J. C. French, Wickliffe, Ohio. 

WATTLEY CO., HOWARD D. — 514 Fine Arts Building. 

489. Dining Room. 

490. Dining Room. 

491. Dining Room. 

492. Hall. 

493. Elizabethan Dining Room. 

494. Reception Hall. 

495. Drawing Room. 

496. Club Reception Room. 



WEARY, ALLEN M. — 1417 Ry. Exchange Building. 

497. State Street South from the River, Chicago. 

WHEELOCK, MR. H. B. — 1109 Schiller Building. 

498. Proposed I'erspeetive, Printer's Building, Chicago. 

499. Printer's Building, Chicago, 111. 

500. r)3rd Street Garage, Chicago, 111. 

501. ProposJed Residence for Mr. Samuel Ihsull, Hawthorne Farm, l.ibertyvillc. 

502. Perspective of Apartment at 51st and PZast End. 

503. Proposed Church, LaCrange, 111. 

504. Proposed Residence for Mr. Samuel Ihsull, Hawthorne l'\irm, Lihertyville. 

WILSON, MR. H. R. & CO. — 218 La Salle St. 

505. Perspective of Apartment at 51st antl East End iioulevard. 

506. Perspective of Residence for .Mr. F. E. White. 

507. Photographs of Recent Work. 

508. Proposed Ofifice Building, Wichita, Kan. 

509. Store and Office Building. 

510. Residential .Apartment Building. 

WHITE, CHARLES E., JR. — (515 Lake St.. Oak Park. 

511. Mouse for Henry .Neil, Oak Park (fireproof). 

512. Fireproof Cottage for J. F. Smietanks, Chicago. 

513. (Cpper) House for B. L. Wallace, (lower) .Artists Studio. 

514. House for A. W. .Anthon\-, Berwyn, 111. (fireproof). 

515. House for W. D. Herrick (upper) House for E. W. Montgomer> , C.alen.i. 

516. Hou.se for F. S. Badger, (ilen EUyn, 111. House for Country Life in .America. 

517. Mantel (upper) Dining Room (lower), J. I". Skinner House, Oak Park. 

518. (Upper) Sun Room, (lower) Hall, J. F. Skinner House, Oak i'ark. 

519. Fireproof Bungalow, for L. C. Petit, Missoula, Mont. 

520. House for W. W. Chatterton, Oak Park. 

521. Bank Building, Chicago. 

522. Bank Building, Chicago. 

523. The Xorthside Bank, Chicago. 

WHITE, JAS. M. & HUBBARD, A. H. —1 14 Engineering Hall, Urhana,!!!. 

524. Stud\' for the Improvement of Campus I'niversity of Illinois. 

WYMAN, A. P. — 17 E. Van Buren St. 

525. Home of .Mr. 1'". P. .Aixon, LaC rosse. Wis. 

52(). Summer Home of Mr. .A. C. Loring, Lake Minnetonka, near Miniie.ipolis. 

527. Home of Mr. F. W. Clifford, Minneapolis, Minn. 

YALE & TOWN'E MANUFACTLRING CO., THE -^ 90 Lake St. 

528. One Case l-rench Ilardwarc. 

YEOMANS, ALFRED B. — 185 Dearborn St. 

529. .Allendale Farm, (ieneral Plan. 

530. Study for a Ci\ic Center at 1 larrishurg. Pa. 

.531 . Study for I )iag()nal Streets, Public Scpiares, and a ( 'i\ ic ( 'enter at I larrishurg, Pa. 

532. (iarden for Prof. W. B. Harris, Princeton, .\. J. 

.533. Property of W. A. Bahlke, Alma, Mich. 

534. Mr. Lyman 1). Ciilhert. Harrisl)urg, Pa. Suggestion for 1 mproxcincnt of N'ard. 



535. (iarden for Miss Anne Thomson, Mcrion, Pa. 

53(). Plan for Harrishurg Acatlemy, Harrisburg, Pa. 

f)',i7. (iarden for Mrs. J. H. Lancashire, Ahiia, Mich. 

53S. A Harrishurg, I'a., (iarden. 

5;^9. Harrishurg, Pa., (iardens. 

ZIMMERMAN, HUGO H. — 184 La Salle St., No. 1110. 

540. Design for a Brick Residence, Elevation and Details. 

541. Design for a Brick Residence, Plans and Perspective. 

Addenda. 

ATTERBIJRY, GROSVENOR — 20 W. 43rd St., New York. 

542. Houses at Bayherry Point, Long Island. 

543. Houses at Ba>herry Point, Long Island, 

CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB — 84 Adams St. 

544. (". .\. Wooley Traveling Scholarship, Winning Design. 

COWAN & CO., W. K. — 203 Michigan Blvd. 

545. Samples Shahristan Rug. 
54(). Sketch for Shahristan Rug. 
547. Sketch for Shahristan Rug. 

FLEMING, BRYANT— 1326 Prudential Building, Buffalo. 

548 to 559. Photographs of Florentine (iardens. 

H AWES & DODD — 24 Adams St. 

5(30. Mueller Mosaic Tcsserace Hard Knamel. 
5G1. Mueller Mosaic Florentine. 
562. Moravian Tile Panel. 
5()3. M()ra\ian Tile Panel. 

HOOPS & CO., W. H. — 1T)-14 E. Monroe St. 

564. (iruehy Wall or Fireplace Tile Arrangement. 

565. Bronze Andirons. 

566. (iruehy Low Relief Tiles. 

5()7. (iruehy Tiles for Hearths and I'loors. 

568. (iruehy Pavement. 

569. (iruehy Pavement. 

570. (iruehy I^andscape. 

57 L (irueh\- Persian Pavement Tiles. 

ROGERS, J AS. GAMBLE— 11 E. 24th St., New York. 

572. Lnitcd Engineering Building. 

573. Photograph of Evanston Puhlic Lihrary. 

574. Perspective of the Hillside (irammar School. 

575. Photograph of the Shelhy County Court House. 
57(). Residence of Hunter W, Finch, Esq., at H\de Park. 



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SHERWIN-WILLIAMS. CO. — Cleveland, Ol^io. 

577. Sketch for Interior. 

578. Sketch for Interior. 

579. Sketch for Exterior. 

TOWNSEND & FLEMING — 1326 Prudential Building, Buffalo. 

580 to 592. Photographs of Garden, Residence, S£|!muel Mather, Cleveland, Ohio. 

593. The Garden Pool, Mrs. Issac Willets, Belmofit, N. Y. 

594. The Creek Bed, Chilmarth, Farms, Everit N/!acy, Esq. 

595. The Vista Beyond Pool, Estate of Howard ^. Hanna, Esq. 

596. The Tea Garden, Estate of Howard M. Harina, Esq. 

597. The Pine Walk, Estate of Howard M. Hanha, Esq. 

598. The Creek Bed, Chilmarth Farms, Everit Nacy, Esq. 

599. The Avenue, Nutwood Farm, Julius E. French, Esq. 

600. The Fourth Lake, Nutwood Farm, Julius t. French, Esq. 

601. The Pine Walk, Estate of Howard M. H^ynna, Esq. 

602. Steps to the Tea House, Estate of Howa/d M. Hanna, Esq. 

MULLIGAN, C. J. — 1447 Ridgeway Aye. 

603. Group for Illinois State Monument at Andcrsonvillc, Ga. 

604. Sketch model of Sculptor for Illinois S/ate Monument at Andcrsonvillc, Ga. 

AMERICAN TERRA COTTA CO. -/ Chamber of Commerce Building. 

605. Group of Pottery. / 

AUENER, WILH. — 614 Garfield AVe. 

606. Coat of Arms of the United States^ with Bust. 

BEMAN, S. S. — Harvester Buildirig, Chicago. 

607. Bankers Life Insurance Co., Bi/ilding, Lincoln Nebraska. 

608. First Church of Christ, Scienti/t, South Bend, Indina. 

609. Y. M. C. A. Building, South Bend, Indiana. 

610. First Church of Christ, Scierj/ist, Lincoln, Nebraska. 

611. First Church of Christ, Sci(5^tist, Milwaukee, Wis. 

612. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Portland, Oregon. 

613. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Pittsburg, Pa. 

614. Seventh Church of Christ, Scientist, Chicago, 111. 

615. Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist, Chicago, III. 

616. Berger Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

617. Second Church of Christ, Scientist, Chicago, 111. 

618. Washington Park Bar^tist Church, Chicago, 111. ' 

619. Designs for a Churon. 

620. Office Building for jVlr. J. M. Studcbakcr, South Bend. 

621. Residence of Mr. >V. T. Underwood, Highland Park, 111. 

622. Pioneer Press Building, St. Paul, Minn. 

623. Residence for M,r. G. J. Sayer, McHenry, 111. 

BROWN, CLARENCE J. — Chicago Architectural Club. 

624. Block Piano /knd Plan. First Prize Annual Traveling Scholarship, Chicago 

Architectural Club. 

625. Perspective/ First Prize Annual Traveling Scholarship, Chicago Architectural 



626. Elevation. First Prize Annual Traveling Scholarship, Chicago Architectural 

Club. 

627. Section. First Prize, Annual Traveling Scholarship, Chicago Architectural 

Club. 

BRICK BUILDER, THE — 85 Water St., Boston, Mass. 

628. First Prize, Design, Brick-builder Competition for a Brick House. 

629. Second Prize, Design, Brick-builder Competition for a Brick House. 

630. Third Prize, Design, Brick-builder Competition for a Brick House. 

631. Fourth Prize, Design, Brick-builder Competition for a Brick House. 

BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.— 263 Wabash Ave., Chicago. 

632. Sketch for End of Bar Room. 

633. Sketch for Grill Room. 

634. Sketch for Tap Room and Restaurant. 

635. Sketch for Outdoor Garden. 

636. Restaurant and Grill Room. 

CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB ATELIER — 84 Adams St. 

637. Class B. Problem. 

638. Class B. Problem. 

COWAN & CO., W. K. — 203 Michigan Ave. 

639. Terra Cotta Jardinier Reproduction, Made in Florence, Italy. 

640. French Colonial Couch, an exact replica. Original made about 1810. 

641. Queen Anne Arm Chair, an exact copy of original in South Kensington Museum. 

Date of Original about 1720. 

642. Chippendale Jardinier Stand. An exact reproduction. Date about 1780. 

643. Chinese Chippendale Tea Table. An exact copy of one of his famous pieces. 

644. Hepplewhite Side-board, Serving Table and Dining Table. 

645. Magnificent Antique English Hall marked Tray, one of the best examples in 

America. 

646. Antique Sheffield Urn, a fine specimen of the (icorgian Period. 

647. Pair of Old French Solid Silver Candelabras— Louis Seize in style. 

648. Seventeenth Century Flemish Tapestry, showing King Solomon and Queen 

Sheba seated in Forests of Lebanon. 

649. Italian Renaissance carved wood lamp, in antique gold finish, special Shade. 

650. French Renaissance Living Room Table. 

JAMES, E. P. — 84 Adams St. 

651. Perspective, Gold Medal Design, Annua! Traveling Scholarship, Chicago 

Architectural Club. 

LAU, WILLY H. — 26-28 E. Lake St. 

652. Bronze Dragon Lamp. 

653. 1 4-light Square Dome Lamp, Bronze Finish. 

654. 1 4-light Bronze Lamp. 

655. 1 4-light Bronze Lamp No. 9. 

656. 1 4-light F"igure Lamp. 

657. 1 4-light Bronze Lamp. 



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MAHER, GEO. W. — 218-221 La Salic St. 
(\5H. Residence of II. Sehulz. 

NELSON, W. P. — 241 Michigan Ave. 
()59. Side Chair, Karly KiikHsIi. 

WALKER, F. G. — 1431 Leland Ave. 

()6(). Sketch of Field Museum, Chica^H). 

WILKLNSON, L. E. — 84 Adams St. 

()()!. Klevation, Competition Drawiui,^ Annual Tra\elinK Scholarship, Chicago 
Architectural Club. 

JENSEN, JENS ~~ Steinway Hall. 

()()2. Cppcr Terrace Walk. Humboldt Park. 

(Hi;}. Herbaceous C.ardens, Humboldt Park. " 

(J64. Three \'ie\vs, Interior \'ie\v C.arfield I^irk Conservatory. 

665. Monument Scjuare, Racine, Wis. One Plan, One Perspective. 

BARTLETT, FREDERIC K C. — 2901 Prairie Ave. 

()()() to ()77. Cartoons for Painted Windows. 

BENNETT, ATELEIR — 49 Plymouth C\)urt. 

(iw8. A Memorial Building. Rudolph Wolff. 

()79. A Memorial Building. C. 11. Sierks. 

<)S(). An Kntrancc of a Public Park. Percy Johnson. 

<)S1. Open .Mr Theatre. H. S. Maynard. 

POND & POND, ARGHITEC TS — Steinway Hall. 

«iS2. Residence of W. C. Winter, Ksq., Chicago. 

683. (ieneral \iew and Detail of Indiana House. Home for Self Supi)orting W(jmen, 

C^hicago. 

BONNER cS: MARSHALL CO. — 1205-G Chamber of (\)mmerce Building. 

684. Oriental, Tapestry Effect, Brick 

US."). Bossage Red, Brick Back, Buff and ICgxptian Rci\ Brick. 



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ALSCHULER, ALFRED S., 

1900 Steger Bldg. 
BEAUMONT, GEORGE, 

115 Dearborn St. 
BEIL & HERMANT, 

19-21 East Pearson St. 
BURNHAM, D. H. & CO., 

Railway Exchange Bldg. 
CHICAGO ORNAMENTAL IRON CO., 
37th and Stewart Ave. 
COMBS, R. M., Brick Manufacturer, 

Chamber of Commerce 
CRANE, R. T., JR., 

1214 So. Canal St. 
DEARBORN FOUNDRY CO., 

1525 Dearborn St. 
FULLER, GEORGE A. CO., 

204 Dearborn St. 
GILLETTE, EDWIN F., 

140 Dearborn 
GRIFFIN, WALTER BURLEY, 

Steinway Hall 
GUENZEL, LOUIS, 

115 Adams St. 
HOLABIRD & ROCHE, 

1G18 Monadnock Bldg. 
ILLINOIS BRICK CO., 

'.'• William Schlake, Pres., 

Chamber of Commerce 
INDIANA QUARRIES CO., 

204 Dearborn St. 
JACKSON, GEO., W. 

756 Jackson Blvd. 
LANQUIST & ILLSLEY CO., 

1100 N. Clark St. 



LOWE & BOLLENBACHER, 

206 La Salle 
McNULTY BROS. OP CHICAGO, 

1455 Railway Exchange Bldg. 
NOEL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, 

Chicago, 111. 
PERKINS, FELLOWS & HAMILTON, 

132 Clark St. 
PERRY & THOMAS, 

646 Marquette Bldg. 
POND, IRVING K., 

1107 Steinway Hall. 
RODATZ, JACOB, 

The Rookery 
SNYDER, J. W. CO., 

General Contractors, 

122 South Michigan Ave. 
STANHOPE, LEON E., 

184 La Salle St. 
STILES, GEO. W., CONSTRUCTION 
CO., 

721 The Rookery. 
UNION FOUNDRY WORKS, 

1427 First National Bank Bldg. 
VERITY, GEO. W., 

91 Dearborn 
WELLS, BROTHERS CO., 
H. L. Wells, Secy., 

Chicago, 111. 
WILSON, HORATIO R., 

900 La Salle St. 
WOLFF, L., MFG. CO., 

91 Dearborn St. 
YORK. J. DEVEREAUX, 

Chicago, 111. 




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CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

MEMBERSHIP 



ACTIVE 

Alschuler, a. S 1910 Steger Bldg. 

Anderson. Helge A 2857 Shakespeare Ave. 

Andrews. Alfred B 412, 115 Dearborn St. 

Armstrong, J. A 218 La Salle St. 

Aroner, Jacob S 3324 Evergreen Ave. 

AwsuMB, George 6047 Kimbark Ave. 

Bagge, Chr. N 2103 N. Mozart St. 

Behr, E. Theodore 46 E. Van Buren St. 

Behrends, John 1614 Corn Exchange Bank Bldg. 

Beman, D. W 512 Monadnock Bldg. 

Beman, S. S. . Iia<j;vester Bldg. 

Bennett, Arthur J. T Fii-st National Bank Bldg. 

Bethel, Vernon W 720 Tribune Bldg. 

Betts, Wm. B 6510 Lexington Ave. 

BiCKNELL, Alfred 11 5210 Soiithport Ave. 

Blake, C. F 720, 184 La Salle St. 

Bollenbacher, J. C 1612 Cora Excliange Bldg. 

Bourke, Robert E 1401 New York Life Bldg. 

Brinsley, Herbert (J 720 Tribune Bldg. 

Bristle, Joseph IT 4832 N. Winchester Ave. 

Brown, Clarence J 1314 E. 62nd St. 

Brush, Chas. E 23 Borden Block 

Buckley, Ralph J 26 PI Van Bnren St. 

Burnham, D. H 1417 Railway Exchange 



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Membership— r-Continued 

BuRNHAM. Hubert 1417 Railway Exchange 

BuRGiJOFFER, Leon . 506 S. Canal 

BuscH, William 1219 Spaulding Ave. 

Carr, Charles A 1417 Railway Exchange 

Carr, Harry W 5616 Monroe Ave. 

Campbell, E. R 3440 N. Ashland Ave. 

Charles, W. T 57 E. Elm St. 

Church, Myron II.. 1233 Marquette Bldg. 

Clark, Edwin H. . 175 Dearborn St. 

Clark, L. C, Jr 4836 Winthrop Ave. 

Clark, Robert 2505 Kenraore Ave. 

CooLiDGE, C]iarles A 1614 Com Exchange Bldg. 

Corse, R. P '. 1212 Fnllerton Ave. 

Dean, George R 218 La Salle St. 

Dinkelberg, E. P, 418 IMerchants Loan and Trust Bldg. 

DoDD, John I\T. . . 24 Adams St. 

DuNDERDALE, (Jeorge J 19]0 Stcger Bldg. 

Dunning, ILigh B 226 E. 66th St 

Dunning, N. .Max 516. 167 Dearborn 

Dunning. W. 11 UO AVashington St. 

Fellows, William K 4530 Lake Ave. 

Fischer, John B 204 Deai-born St. 

Fisher, Percy E 509 Fairoaks Ave. 

Fisher, R. E 509 Fairoaks Ave. 

FoGEL, R. W 1839 Warner Ave. 

Garden, H. M. G 901 Teutonic Bldg. 

Gillette, Edwin F. . . 140 Dearborn 

FoGEL, R. W 181 La Salle St. 

Graham, E. R 141'7 Rnilway Exchange 

Haagen, Paul T 801 Steiinvay Hall 

IJM.h. Alfred G 217 N. 51st Ct. 

Hamilton, J. L 1110, 132 Clark St. 

Hammond, C. 11, 1111-12 Steinway Hall 

Hanaein, Arthur 1405 Monadnock 

Harris, Ralph C 715 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. 

Hatzpeld. Claren'ce 720 Ti-il)nne Bldg. 

Herein, Gkorge AV 3223 5th Ave. 

Herr, Thornton A 154 Washington 



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Membership — Continued 

Heun, Arthur 801 Steinway Hall 

IToBBS, Raymond W 6065 Jefferson Ave. 

lIoDGKiNS. 1Iar()],d Y. M. C. A., Oak Park, 111. 

HoiiAGEN, Paul Dearborn Ave. Hotel 

lIouPERT, PiKRRE F 140 ]Michigaii 

Hyland, Paul V 1601 lleyworth Bld^i'. 

Ingram, Horace C. ... 4919 Lake Ave. 

James, E. R 10 Taeoiua Hldo-. 

Jensen, Klmkr C 1401 New York Life Bld^. 

Jensen, Jens 1141 Saei-aiiieiito Ave. 

JojiNSON, Jens A 59 Clai'k St. 

KoiiEELirr, VValtf.r (J. 1417 Railway Kxeliaii<>'e U]d^. 

Leavell, John Calvjn 6204 So. Park Ave. 

Lkvings, ]\I. .M 172 Mentor Hldg. 

LiLLESKAu. -loJiN 2024 lladdoH Ave. 

Ljndkn, Frank L 1216 ]\Iiehigaii Ave. 

LiPPiNcoTT, Roy A 907 Steinway ILill 

Llewellyn. Josepji C 1520 First Xatl. Bank Bldg. 

Llewkllvn. R. C 1520 First Natl. Bank Bld<-. 

Lowe, Elmo C. . . . ^ 1612 Corn Exchange Bldg. 

Lucas, William B 8:} Illinois St. 

Mauler, 11. II. 17:U .Manjuette Bldg'. 

IMarcjiese, Frank 10(;9 A¥. Taylor St. 

]\1.\RSU, Harry L Pi-aii-ie Ave.; Wheaton, 111. 

]\1arx, Sam A 72 Madison St. 

Maynaro. Jr . 11. S 2525 Clybonrne Ave. 

j\liciL\ELsoN, C. S 5115 Pensaeola Ave. 

]\Iueller, Pat-l F. P ^^^T-r-. . . . 823 Seliiller Bldg. 

MuNDiE. AVm. B . .1401 New York Life Bldg. 

Nagle, Callard P 3004 Humboldt Blvd. 

Xai>!;r. IJERBKRT .1 AirdHe PI. 

Nklson, Ei)wai{I) () 907 Edgeeoinb PI. 

Nettenstrom, Elmer T. 2425 Clara PI. 

NiMMONs, George C 150 Michigan Ave. 

Oldeeest. E. C 1055 E. 47tli St. 

()STKR(!RKN, R. (' 2939 Vci-iioH Avc. 

Ottknuklmer, IIexrv 715 Ft. l)earl)orn Bldg. 

Perkins, Dwigiit H 1100. 132 Clai-k 



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Membership^Continued 

Rabig, E. K . 172 AVashino'ton St. 

Rapp. George I.1 100 Washington 

Rawson, Lorin li Hinsdale, 111. 

Rebori, a. N. 5686 Washington Avo. 

Reed, Jr., Eari. II 4748 Lake Ave. 

Reiciiert, Wm. 715 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. 

Repp, George W 3123 Princeton Ave. 

RrcH, Charles C 1109 Steinway Hall 

Ridley, T. Ralph 3104 So. Park Ave. 

Rouleau; Arthur 1411 W. Polk St. 

RiJGE, P. II . 3934 N. 44th Ave. 

RusY. Anthony F 1339 S. Avers Ave. 

Sandegren, Andrew . 1st Natl. Bank Bldg. 

Save, Carl M 1640 Humboldt Blvd. 

ScHAEPER, J. AV 53 (jai-fied Ave. 

Schmidt, Richard E 172 AVashington St. 

Schwartz, Albert A 1218 So. Ashland Ave. 

Shaw, Howard 172 Mentor Bldg. 

SiLHA, Otto H. 720 Tribune Bldg. 

SiMMONDS, H. H 1501 La Salle Ave. 

Slovinec. John 1732 IMonroe St. 

Small, John S 3700 Forest Ave. 

SoMERS, Albert S .1614 Corn Exchange Bank Bldg. 

Spindler, Oscar Archer Ave. and Leo St. 

Springer, Charles E 3822 Forest Ave. 

Surmann, J. F.. ^R A^ AI. C. A., Hyde Park 

Swensen, Kar! 1412, 140 Dearborn 

Taggart, John A 1313 E. 66th St. 

Tallmadge, Thomas E 1004, 188 Madison St. 

HOMSON, H. C 1534 Pratt Blvd. 

ToMLiNSON Webstkr 809 steinway Hall 

Venning, Frank 172 Mentor Bldg. 

Von Holst, Herman Steinway Hall 

Vrooman, George 1515 Alontrose Blvd. 

AVagner, E.J 1216 ATichigan Ave. 

AA^AGNER, Fritz, Jr 2525 Clybonrn Ave. 

AA^XTSON, A^ERNON S 643 Fair Oaks Ave.. Oak Park, 111. 

AVeiss, John AV 415 Pnllman Bldg. 



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Membership — Continued 

Werenskjold, Kaumi 3016 North Ave. 

Wilkinson, L. E 6014 Kinibark Ave. 

Wtlj.manns, ATT(ii'ST C 167 Dearborn 

Wilson, Horatio R : 218 l^a Salic 

WiNSLOw, B. E.. 1618 Monadnock Bldg. 

Wirt, F. B 6080 Kimbark Ave. 

WoLFP, Bi'DOLPii C 2145 N. Clark 

AVuehrmann, AVm. (i 5324 S. Ashland Ave. 

ASSOCIATE 

Andrews. Elliott T\ 301 Chamber of Connnerce 

Appel, Henry Ij 3344 AVabash Ave. 

Balkin, Louis 1320 Turner Ave. 

Beckp:rleg, E. 11 2165 AVilcox Ave. 

Beidler, a. AA^ 439 Rookery Bldg. 

Beil. Cari If) E. Pearson St. 

BjORK, A. E 1118 Chanibei' of Connnerce 

Blompield, James 1022 AVinona Ave. 

Bonner, Charles 1107 Chamber of Commerce 

BowsTEAD. Harry C ". 1211 E. 66th St. 

Brand, Gi stave A 1428 Michitran 

Capron, F.. F 41 Dearborn St. 

Combs, Rogers A1 1202 Chamber of Commerce 

Coombs. Edgar T 508 So. Canal St. 

Crofoot. Fred 167 E. AVa.shin<>ton 

Crowe, John AV - 602 Chamber of Commerce 

Er.Lis. IT. AV 95 E. Lake St. 

Ewen, John AF 740 Rookery Bldj?. 

Cage. Thomas C 1133 Stock Exchan«re Bid":. 

Gates, Major E 601 Chamber of Commerce 

Gates, Neil H 602 Chamber of Commerce 

(Jates, Wm. I) 602 Chamber of Connnerce 

Crage, AVm 1408 AVabash Ave. 

IIaigh, Arthur AV 1004 Maninette Bld«r. 

lliLLER, Eugene F 3844 Lake Ave. 

Hoi SLAG, Edw. J 1420 ^Michigan Ave. 

HuEY, AVm. B 294 Dear])oi-n 

lluLMERT. C. P 211 E. Randolph 



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Membership — Continued 

Johnson, E. V 1100 Commercial National l^ank 

Johnson, N. E. 2527 Mag-nolia Ave. 

JuNKiN, J. P : 820 W. 26th St. 

Kehm, August 18 Kinzie St. 

KiMBELU, I\r. N 804 Chamber of Commerce 

Koch, W. W 268 La Salle St. 

Lau, Willy H. . . . . ..... 26 Lake St. 

Lanquist, Andrew 1 IQO N. Clark 

Maldanek, Arthur 509 Stock Exchange Bldg. 

Matz, Herman L 804 Chamber of Commerce 

McKeeby, Saneord 185 Adams 

IMoulding, Jos. W 1202 Chaml)er of (V)nnnerce 

Mullen, Bernard , 2680 Lake View Ave. 

Neims, a. E ' /. 400, 252 La Salle 

Nelson, E. S 3255 N. Clark 

NoELLE, Jost:pji B. 56 5th Ave. 

O'Connell, Tho^ias F Ohio and Crand Ave. 

Pierce, J. N. . . 287 5tli Ave. 

PoTTHOEE, I\l. A 28 Dearborn Av(\ 

Prosser, W, 11 602 Chamber of Coimnerce 

Robinson, A. E. . . 115 Adams 

RoDATZ, Jacob 449 Rookerv 

Schmidt, R. O. 1600 S. Jefferson 

Snell, H. AV ^. 1885 Byron St. 

Snyder, J. W 160 Washington 

Sorensen, Albert H 1216 Cliambei- of (N)nniierce 

Vandort, C. B 218 La Salle 

Verity, Ceo. W 91 Dearborn 

VoGEL, L. C 5822 Aberdeen St. 

White, Charles E 615 Lake St. 

White, F. C 1210 Chamber of Commerce 

WoLPARTH, Wm 215 S. Clinton 

Wood, John R 1415 Ry. Exchange Bldsr. 

Woodman, Andrew W 909, 108 La Salle 

NON-RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Adelsberger, Rol\nd 811 Michigan Ave., So. Bend. Tnd. 

Andrews. A. G 1682 Frick Bldg., IMttsbnrgh 

Beckwith. Harry C Poi-tland, Ore. 

Blake, Theodore L 28 E. 41st St.. New York- 

Browning. Alex H:') Wellington St. W., Toronto. Can. 

Davis, Frank L 1711 Flat Iron Bldg.. New York 



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Membership — Continued 

DuNiix\M, Geo. F Lumbenuaii's Bld^., Portlnnd, Ore. 

Edhrook, it. AA^ Taber Grand Bld<i., Denver, Colo. 

Gilbert, Irving M 5152 Platte Ave,, Colorado Springs 

]I \RBECK, J. M 128 Theodore St., Detroit 

Heinz, CD 522 Colorado Bld<i-., Denver 

HoFJM'NER, E. A 1825 Green St., San Franciseo 

TIoPFMANN, EmiI; J. Henry Bids:., Portland, Ore. 

TToLSMAN, Harry K l^lano. 111. 

JooERST, JoK V ()05 Kasota Bld^., IMiniieapolis. Aliini. 

Kalter, AV. T Portland, Ore. 

Lawrie, Henry Caxton Bldi?.. Omaha. Neb. 

TiONG. Birch B 82 AA^'l2th. New York 

LoNGLEY, DwiGiiT H 1811 Hill St., Ann Arbor, l\lich. 

McLean, Robert C ^Minneapolis, ^Hnn. 

Mann, Paul F: 225 5th Ave., New York 

I\Tattison. Y. a La Salle, 111. 

]\IoRSE, Bin?TON E Twin Falls, Idaho 

Naramore, F. a 812 Marshall St.. Portland. Ore. 

Oliver, R. H Evansville. Ind. 

Pattison, Edward B New Oi-leans. Ija. 

PiiiLi.irs. J. TI Terminal l^lde:.. New A^)rk 

Potts, J. O 1317 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

PuRCELL, AVm. Gray. . .1007 New York Ijife. ]Minneapolis, iNiiini. 

Torrance. Jamks P ^186 Claremont Ave., N<'w A''ork 

Tlttle, a. B 11 Pne Sei'il)e. Paris, Franee 

Vance, Lyle 689 E. 188th St.. New York 

AYkli s. AA^m. a T: Oklahoma Cily. Okla. 

AA^HiTE, ^Feiamlle P Toronto. Canada 

AA^ii.soN. JoK AY 1511 E. Cohimlins Ave., Seattle, AA^nsh. 

ZiT.niRR^r \N A. G 87 Aladison Ave.. New A^ork 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Allen. Jko. K 750 Peojiles Gas Bnildinfi' 

Clark, Robert 2505 Keiunore 

Clow, AVm. E Harrison and Franklin 

GiNDELE, CiTAS. AA" 8745 Prairie Ave. 

Ltnke, John G 1101 Stein way Hall 

PiiiMisTKR. Davtd (i 589 Flonmoy St. 

Pond. Irving K Stein way Hall 

SriJJVAN. Louts IT Anditorinm Tower 

Taft. Lorado Fine Arts Bnildin<^' 

AYagner. Fritz 1411 Railwav Exehantrc Bld<r. 



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THE TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP OF THE 
CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

FOUNDED 1900 

This year the Club holds two competitions for prizes of $600 and gold medals. 
The funds are used to assist the winner in defraying the expense of a tour of 
observation and architectural study in Europe. The past winners of the 
Scholarships are: 

N. Max Dunning 
John H. Phillips 
Birch Burdette Long 
Thomas E. Tallmadge 
Charles H. Hammond 
Herbert H. Green 
Will Reichert 
George Awsumb 
Hugh Dunning 
Clarence J. Brown 



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1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 



COMPETITION FOR THE 

ELEVENTH ANNUAL TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP 

1910-1911 

Subject: — A Commemorative Monument to a Great American General 

1st Prize 1600.00 
Donated by James B. Clow & Sons 

AWARDED TO 

WILLIAM B. BETTS 



2nd Prize Gold Medal 
The Gift of Charles W. Gindele 

AWARDED TO 

CHR. N. BAGGE 



COMPETITION FOR THE 

TWELFTH ANNUAL TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP 

1911 

Subject to be announced later 

1st Prize 1600.00 

Donated by C. M. Woolley, American Radiator Co. 



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MEDALS OF HONOR 

AWARDED BY '" 

THE ILLINOIS CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN 
INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 



The Illinois Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has re-established a 
gold medal of honor for award to designers of buildings represented in the Annual 
Exhibition of the Chicago Architectural Club, the conditions accompanying the pro- 
posed award being as follows: 

That any architectural work in the State of Illinois, if completed within five years 
previous to the date of exhibition, may be offered for consideration. 

That the architect or architects who design the work, in order to be eligible to 
award must present for exhibition one or more photographs of the executed work, 
also one or more drawings, including a small scale plan, and shall submit to the jurv 
such working drawings of the structure as they may desire to examine. Any work 
represented in the exhibit may be eligible for consideration by the jurv, provided 
that at least a plan and also a photograph of the executed work shall oe brought 
before the jury on their request. Only architects or firms of architects maintaining 
offices in the State of Illinois will be eligible to the award. 

That an architect or firm of architects to whom this medal may be awarded once 
shall be ineligible for a future award. 

That the medal shall be accompanied by a certificate setting forth the name of the 
completed structure which formed the basis of the award, together with the consid- 
erations which in the opinion of the jury characterized the structure as worthy of 
the award. 

That the jury shall consist of seven architects, one the President of the Chicago 
Architectural Club, one the President of the Illinois Chapter, and five architects 
appointed by the Illinois Chapter. 

That one medal only shall be awarded each year, and four members of the jury 
voting for the author or authors of the same work shall be necessary to an award, 
and that no award shall be made if in the opinion of the jury no work presented is 
sufficiently meritorious. 



The medal has been won by 

POND & POND— 1909 
Building — Women's Baptist Missionary Home Training School, Chicago 

MARSHALL & FOX— 1910 
Building — The Blackstone Hotel, Chicago 



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THE AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME 



OFFICERS 



Wm. Rutherford Mead 

President 



Francis D. Millet 

Secretary 



Theodore N. Ely 

Vice-President 

William A. Boring 

Treasurer 



Frederic Crowinshield 

Director 



1. THE AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME is an institution established by law 
and incorporated by the Government of the Uuited States. 

2. The seat of the ACADEMY is at Rome, the art center of the world. 

3. The academic course is post-graduate. 

4. The cloistration of th6 student for a number of years is required. 

5. The direct and intimate influences of the world's masterpieces which surround 
the student in Rome will prove of incalculable advantage in the creation of the future 
art of America. The far-reaching benefits that have resulted to France, Germany, 
Spain and other nations through the establishment of Schools of Art in Rome justiry 
the conviction that like or greater benefits will be secured to the United States 
through the foundation of a similar national institution. 



ORIGIN AND DEVELOPEMENT 

A number of artists who had been en^ged together upon the work of the 
World's Fair at Chicago established in 1894 'The Americn School of Archiecture in 
Rome." Their object was to enable American students of architecture who had 
passed with honor through leading technical schools, or who had been equallv 
qualified by private instruction, to develop their powers more fully, under the 
most favorable conditions of direction and environment. The students of the school 
were selected by competition, and the school was wholly supported by the artists 
refepred to and their personal friends. 

7 The rapid improvement in the work of the students and their enthusiasm 
convinced those who were interested that the scope of the school should be made 
broader, and should include the allied arts of sculpture and painting. To this end 
representative sculptors, painters and architects, together with other persons 
interested in the subject, decided in 1897 to found, on the lines of the French 
Academy in Rome, a school which should be open to American students of sculpture, 
painting and music, as well as architecture. 

In pursuance of this design THE AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME was incor- 
porated under the laws of the State of New York, in June, 1897. A constitution was 
then adopted and suitable rules made for the government of the institution. All 
these steps were taken under advice of competent legal counsel. In 1901 Hon. John 
Hay, the Secretary of State of the United States, authorized the Ambassador at Rome 
to accept the position of trustee cx-officio of the ACADEMY, and directed him to 
secure for it, "all the privileges and exemptions that are accorded by the Italian 
government to like institutions of other countries." 



OBJECTS OF THE ACADEMY 

To afford exceptional advantages to a few chosen scholars is not the chief end of 
the Academy, but is rather the means to that end, which is to help to raise the stand- 
ard of art education in the United States. In the same way that the great national 
competition in France for the Grand Prix de Rome has made the Ecole des Beaux Arts in 
Paris the first art school of the world; so, it is believed, will the national competitions 
instituted by the American Academy increase the efficiency of the universities and 
art schools of America. < 

One of the great advantages offered by the Academy in Rome is that, for the 
first time, American students in architecture, painting and sculpture are brought 
together under the same roof, in constant intercourse with each other, enjoying that 
union and intelligent cooperation of the arts which in the end produce the highest 
results. Here they are enabled to work together, surrounded by monuments of 
architecture and sculpture, unrivaled paintings and galleries filled with masterpieces 
of every epoch. No other city in the world presents so wide a field of study or one 
so filled with the best precedents. 

A collection of work by Scholarship holders recently returned from Rome is 
shown in this exhibition. The collection illustrates the work of, 



LuciAN E. Smith 
Harry E. Warren 
l. p. burnham 
Thomas Ellett 
Barry Faulkner 



Charles Keck 



Paul Chalfin 



Robert K. Ryland 
w. l. bottomley 

C. p. DiETSCH 

Sherry Fry 
Charles Harvey 

A. T. Schwartz 



ALL OF NEW YORK 



Andrew Rebori 

ART INSTITUTE. CHICAGO 



R. W. Varney 

CHICAGO 



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INDEX OF EXHIBITS 



TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION 



ADELSPERGER, MARY B, 

26 Van Buren Street, Chicago. 

1 Suggestions for Inlays in Colored Plaster, (a) Bird, (b) Grasses 

and Insects, (c) Morning Glory, (d) Narcissus, (e) Dandelion. 
(f) Chrysanthemum. 

ALLEN & COLLENS, 

40 Central Street, Boston, Mass. ^ 

2 Details Union Theological Seminary, New York City, 

3 Views Union Theological Seminary, New York City. 

ALLEN & COLLENS & LOUIS E. JALLODE, 

6 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

4 Flatbush Congregational Church, 

ALSCHULER, ALFRED, 

Steger Building, Chicago. 

5 Manufacturing Building. 

6 M. L. Oberndorf & Co., Commercial Building. 

7 Schoenbrj'n & Co., Commercial Building. 

8 Laverne W. Noyes, Automobile Building. , 

AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME. 

W. L. Bottomley, 142 E. 18th Street, New York, 

9 Restoration of House of the Vetii, Pompeii, Section and Plan. 

10 Restoration of House of the Vetii. Pompeii, Perspective. 

11 Chartres Cathedral, the Ambulatory^ — Water Color. 

12 S. Severin, Paris. Watercolor. 

L. P. Burnham, Madison Square Tower, New York. 

13 Measured Drawing. The Capitol, Rome. 
Paul Chaflin, Players Club, New York. 

14 Votive Picture to Aescolepios. 

15 Copv of a Fraijment of a Fra Angelico, S. Marco, Florence. 

16 Photo of "The Athlete." 

Thos. H. Ellett, Madison Square Tower, New York. 

17 The Pantbeon, Rome. 

18 Venice. Near Scuola Di S. INIarco. 



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AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME— Continued 
W, L. Bottomley, 142 E. 18th Street, New York. 

19 S. Francesco. Assisi Tlie Lower Church. 

20 The Louvre, Paris, Detail of Gallery of Apollo. 
Barry Faulkner, Painter, 102 E. 26th Street, New York 

. 21 Photo of Heroes of Antiquity. 

22 Study for Figure of Leon Inas from Heroes of Antiquity. 
Sherry E. Fry, 1931 Broadway, New York 

23 Photograph — Statue. 

24 Group for Balustrade of a Building. 
Charles Harvey, Lincoln Arcade, New York 

25 Photograph — Bas Relief for a Tomb. 
Charles Keck, 148 W. 36th Street, New York 

2o Photograph^ — Bust of Elihu Vedder. 

27 Photograph— Fountain. . 

28 Photograph — America, Allegheny CoUnt.y Soldiere' and Sailors' 

Memorial. , . 

29 l^hotograph — Susan Nortcm. 

80 Photograph — Patriotism, Rheinhardt Scholarship winner. 

31 Photograi)h- -Thetis Consoling Achilles, 

32 Photogrpah — La O*osse Player. 

33 Photogi'ai)li — David. 

34 PhotogrMph— L^gypt Reawakening. 

35 Phot(tgra])h— Sculi)ture Details. 

36 l^hotograph — Zodiac Signs and Seals for National City Bank. 

37 Photograi)h — Pfuiel, TTniversity Club. 

38 Photograph — ^Nledal for Columbia University Architectural Club. 

39 Photograph — IMusic and Drama. 

40 Photograph- -Shi(>ld — Engineering Society Building, New York. 

41 Photograph — IMohannuedism for Brooklyn Institute of Arts and 

Science. 

42 Photograph — Seal of National City Bank, New York. 
42A Raphael's Loggia, Vntican. Rome. 

43 Villa IMadama. Rome, Ceiling of Loggia. 

44 Villa ]\radama, Rome, Ceiling of Loggia. 

45 Villa IMadama. Rome, Ceiling of Loggia. 

46 Coleone, Venice. 

47 Castello St. Angelo, -Tnlio Romano Frieze. 

48 Penitenciere, Rome, Ceiling. 

49 Penitenciere, Rome, Ceiling. 

50 Penitenciere. Rome, Ceiling. 

Robert K. Ryland, Painter, 207 E. 17th Street, New York. - 

51 Color Scheme for three Pompeian Panels. 

52 Drawing for Three Pompeian Panels. 
A. T. Schwartz, 156 E. 36th Street, New York. 

53 Sk'etch foT' Chancel of S. Stephens, New York. 
Liician E. Smith, 1744 Broadway, New York. 

54 A Librai-y on a Public S(|nare. INFcKim Fellowship. (Facade.) 

55 A Library on a Public Square, IMcKim Fellowship. (Plan.) 

56 Proposed School of Art and Archaeology in Rome on the Site of 

the Villa Albani (Plan.) 



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AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME— Continued 
Lucian E. Smith. 

57 Proposed School of Art and Archaeology in Rome on the Site of 

the Villa Albani (Perspective.) 

58 Proposed School of Art and Archaeology in Rome on the Site of 

the Villa Albani (Section.) 

59 Measured Drawing: of the Organ by Pern/zi in the Hospital at 

Sienna. 

60 Villa Bnilt for the ]\lisses Dab?iey at Castlegandoleo on the Lahe of 

Albano, Italy. 

61 AVater Color. Intei'ior at Fontainoblean. 

62 Water (Jolor. IMont St. INlichel. 

63 Water Color. A^ase in the (lai'den of the Ci'and Trianon. 

64 Color Study in the Axilla Aladona. 

65 Water Color in Caudebec. 

66 AYater Color. The Orangerie. A^ersailles. 

67 Reconstfuction of Alalvern Hill House, Malvern ITill, Yn. 

68 Sketch for P>ungal<)\v. 

Harry E. Warren, 1741 Broadway, New York. 

69 Cathedi'al of Le Alans. France — Stained Glass AA'indow. 

70 St. Alarks, Venice— The Alain Portal. 

71 St. Alarks. AVnicc — Tntei-ioi-. 

72 A^enice. A Courtyai-d. 

78 Borgia Apai'tments in the A^atican — Portion of a Ceiling. 

74 Establishment for State Social Functions, AA'ashington, D. C. (Sec- 

tion.) 

75 Establishment for State Social Functions, AA^a.shington D. C. (Plan.) 

76 Estal)lishmei!t for State Social Functions, AYashington, D. C. (Ele- 

vation.) . 

77 Axilla Pia, Rome— ATeasured Di-awing. 

78 Axilla Pia, A^ntican— (l-n-dcns. f Sections.) 

79 Caudelxc en Cau.x, France— Old Houses. 

80 The Temple at Luxoi-, Egypt. 

81 The Ramaseum at Thebes. Egv])t. 

82 Axilla Pia, A^atican Cardens. Vpian.) 

83 S. Clemente, Rom(>. 12th Century ATosaics. 

84 Villa Aladama. Rome. Porti^u of Groined A^nult. v 

THE AAIERICAX TERRA (^OTTA AND CERAAITC CO., 

2008 Peoples Gas Buildin.^, Chicago. 

85 Tei-ra Cotta Polyclii'ome Tb^ad foi' Prandeis Fountain. 

86 Photos of Ornamental Tei-ra Cotta Rendered in Polychrome. 

87 Polychrome Panels in Teri-a Cotta. 

88 Photo of Lincoln Panel Rendered in Terra Cotta for Lincoln TTall. 

89 Two Jardineres in Standard Pink Granite Finish. 

90 Tea S<'t in T.'co (Grav.) 

ANDERSON, IT.. 

2857 Shakesi)eare Avenue, Chicago. 

91 Ruins of Santa Alai'ia del Tem])]e, Spain. 

92 A Cori-idor Rotunda. 



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ARONKR, eTACOB S., 

McCormick Building, Chicago. 

93 Lawndale Theatre. 

ATELIER BENNET, 

831 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. 
' Rudolph Wolft". 

94 A Memorial Hall— Student Work, S. B. A. A. 
F. W. Morse. 

95 A Mauseoleum— Student AA^ork. S. B. A. A. 
W. B. Betts. 

96 A Manseoleuni— Student Work, S. B. A. A. 

BEAmiONT, CEORGE, 

711, 115 Dearborn Street, Chicago. 

97 The (Juntlier l^uildinj-'. 

BETTS & HOSMER, 

121 Wisconsin Street, Milwaukee, Wis. 

98 Grouj) of Snuil] City Residences. 

99 Photos— Residenee for jNTr. Chas. R. IManville. » 

100 Photos— Residenee foi- i\li'. E. O. Ellsworth. 

101 Sket<'li of Small Store and Office Building-. 

102 Sketch of J^rick Residence. 

BOITNARD & PARSSOX. 

510 Chamber of Commerce Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

103 Residence of P. Zimmei'iuan, Cleveland Oliio. 

104 Residence for Clifton Park Improvement Co.. Cleveland, Ohio. 

105 Residence foi' ^\r. (Jeo. Ilolloway, Ravenna, Ohio. 

B0SS0:M, ALFRED C^, 

36G 5th Avenue, New York, N. Y. 

106 House for "i\ A. Lamb, Ks() , Schoufa Lake. Maine. 

107 Photos of Pavillion at Ticondero<>a for Airs. S. II. P. Pell. 
lOS Photos of Ft. Ticondeioua for S. 11. P. Pell. 

BOYD, LAAVRENCE VISSCTIER, 

1215 Harrison Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

109 Alodel of House at Cermautown, Philadeli)hia. Pa. 

110 House Tor llenrv F. Nell. Chestnnt Hill. Pa. 

111 House at St. Davids. Pa., for H. K. INFulford, Esq. 

112 The Foui- O'CIoeks— House at Lauirhorne, Pa. 
1L3 Houses at Qucn Laiie Alanor, Cermantown, Pa. 

114 Residence at Elkins Park. Pa. 

115 A Alodel A'illaue. (Phototi'raphs from Models.) 

116 Sketch for Artist's House. 

117 Counti'v Stores at r!lensid(\ Pa. 

118 Honse at Wynne wood X[*a.. foi- AVilson INIcCandless. Esq. 

119 Stable at Ashbourne. »^-> 

120 IT. S. Post Office. Alt. "Airy Station. Pelham. Cermantown. Pa. 

121 Office Building. Clenside, 'Pa. 

122 House at Ash1)ourn(\ Pa. 




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910 Steinway HalJ, Chicago. 

123 Bungalow and Studio of L. Buck, Ravina, 111. 

BUCK & CLARKE, 

910 Steinway Hall, Chicago. 

124 Residence for G. M. Averill, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

125 Elks' Club Kouse, Rockford, 111. 

126 Country House for Mr. K , on the Skokie, West Highland Park, 

Illinois. 

127 Country Residence of L. B. Wymond, near Louisville, Ky. 

128 Competitive Design for Branch Headquarters Building for Security 

Insurance Co. of New Haven. Coim., Rockford, 111. 

BUCKLEY, A. W., 

26 East Van Buren Street, Chicago. 

129 Hotel Peters, San Diego, Cal. 

CARNEGIE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

D. M. Allison. 

130 A Casino for a Countrv (Jlub. 
W. F. Burkhart, Jr. 

131 An Organ Loft. 
Wm. Gehron. 

132 A Temple to Flora. 

E. J. Hatcher. 

133 A Bath House. O'lan and Section.) 

134 A Bath House. 
P. R. Hay. 

135 A Bath House. rPlan and Section.) 

136 A Bath House. 
Meredith Jones. 

137 An Art ^Museum. 

C. W. O'Brien. » 

138 A Garage. 
V. Rigaumont. 

139 A Waiting Room for a Railway Station. 
Brandon Smith. 

140 A Villa. 

Louis Stevens. - • 

141 An Entrance to a Court Yard. 

CHATTEN & HAMMOND. 

Steinway Hall Building, Chicago. 

142 Summer Home of Mr. Ira J...Cmieh, Golf, 111. Four Photos. 

143 R^^sidence of Mr. F. B. IJarriman. Bryn Mawr, 111. Two Photos. 

144 Residence of Mr. J. T. Alexander, Deerfield, 111. One Photo. 

145 Residence of Mr. J. R. Burton, Batavia, 111. Two Photos. 

CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB, 

84 Adams Street, Chicago. 

146 Winning: Design, 11th Annual Traveling Scholarship — AVm. B. Betts, 

Designer. 

147 Gold Medal Desig-n, 11th Annual Traveling Scholarship — Chr. IT. 

Bagffe, Designer. 



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Michigan Avenue, Chicago. 

148 Tapestry Painting — The second of ten pictures i*epresenting the ad- 

ventures of Robin Hood. 
E. Theo. Behr, Artist. 

CHICAGO SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, 

Art Institute, Chicago. 
R. L. Beaudry. 

149 Museum in a Garden. 

150 Museum in a Garden. (Plan.) 
E. J, Bischoff. 

151 Museum Collonade. 
E. C. Brown. 

152 Portal to a Portress. 
G. D. Faulkner. 

153 Niche iu Museum. 
B. Green gard. 

154 Museum in a Garden. (Elevation.) 

155 Museum in a Garden. (Plan.) 

L56 Prize 1910-11, Home Traveling Scholarship. (Elevation.) 

157 Prize 1910-11, Homo Traveling Scholarship. (Plan.) 

158 Interior Decoration of a Store. 
E. D. Martin. 

159 Design for a Town Hall. (Elevation.) 

160 Design for a Town Hall. (Plan.) 
D. Sailor. 

161 Placed Second Home Traveling Scholarship. 

162 Placed Second Home Traveling Scholarship. 

CHILDS, F. A., 

21 Bellevue Place, Chicago. 

163 Residence. Claremont, Cal. 

164 Chambord. 

165 Blois. 

166 Chartrcs. 

CLINTON & RUSSELL. 

32 Nassau Street. New York, N. Y. 

167 71st Regiment Armory. N. G., N. Y. 

168 United States Express Building, New York. 

169 Broad Exchange Buildiner. Ncav York. ■" 

CORNELL UNIVERSITY. , 

College of Architecture, Ithaca, N. Y . 
J. M. Kellogg. 

170 A Naval Pantheon. (Plan.) 

171 A Naval Pantheon. (Elevation.) 
W. C. Sohaeffer. 

172 A Waiting Room' in a Terminal Station. (Transverse Section.) 

173 A AVaiting Room in a Termijial Station. (]*lan and Elevation.) 

174 A Waiting Room in a Terminal Station. (Longitudinal Section. 
G. R. Thompson. 

175 A San.itorinm for Tuberculosis Patients. ''Plan and Elevation.) 

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152 W. 55th Street, New York. 

176 Spring — Sketch for Mural Decoration. 

177 Twilight — Sketch for Mural Decoration. 

178 Illusion — Study for Figure in Belasco Theatre, New York. 

179 Decoration in Stairway of Belasco Theatre, New York. 

CROAKE, JAMES, 

29, 27 Fullerton Avenue, Chicago. 

180 Pedestal. 

181 Roman Stand. 
, 182 Roman Stand. 

183 Flower Box. 

184 Flower Box. 

185 Statue. 

186 Vase and Stand. 

187 Vase and Stand. 

188 Table. 

189 Bench. 

CROWEN, SAMUEL. 

1238, 108 La Salle Street, Chicago. 

190 Lill Avenue Sub-Station. -' 

CRUNELLE, LEONARD, 

2034 E. 73rd Street, Chicago. 

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Steinway Hall, Chicago. 

192 St. Catherine's R. C. Church. 

193 White Sox Base Ball Park. 

194 Kankakee County Court House. 

DELANO & ALDRICH. 

4 E. 39th Street, New York City. 

195 House for Dr. H. D. Lloyd at Newtonvillo, Mass. 

DUX. JOSEPH, 

2118 Van Buren Street, Chicago. 

196 Annunciation. (Two Pieces.) 

197 Painting. 

198 Architeetuie. 

199 Adoration. 

DRTT:\rMOND, WILLIAI\r. 

1200 Steiway Hall. 

200 Sketch for A])artm(Mit House for :\Ir. Wm. F. Grower. AVoodlawn 

Avenue. 

201 Sketch for Atelier for Richard AV. Bock, Sculptor, and JMarion M. 

Mahonv, Artist Architect. 

202 Sketch for Own Honse. 

203 Sketch for Bank and Offico Building at Springfield. 



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41 E. 30th Street, New York. . •- , 

204 House at Chestnut Hill Pa. 

205 Country House near Morristown, New Jersey. . 

206 House at Bolton Landing', Lake George, N. Y. 

FELLOWS. AVi\r. K.. 

1100, 132 Clark Street, Chicago. 

207 Puerta del Puente. 

208 Ceraldi Tower. 

209 Ronde. 

210 Court in Alta Alhambra. 

211 Suxor. 

212 Medinet Ilabn. 

F.\RQUAR, R. D. 

Los Angeles. Cal. 

213 Residence at Siei'ra Mndre, Cal. 

CAAVLLR. JOHN S.. 

R. E. Schmidt, Garden and Martin, Chicago. 

214 Pair of Doors fi'oni Swatow Guild. Canton, China. 

GREY, EL:ArER, 

]jOS Angeles, Cal. 

215 EntraiK^e Gates foi- ]\Tr. Rraela'ni'idp'e. 

GREENE & GREENE. 

Pasadena, Cal. 

216 L. A. R(^binson Residence, Pasadena. Cal. 

217 R. R. Blacker Residence. Pasadena. Cal. 

218 R. R. Blacker Residence- -Dininii' Rooju. 

219 R. R. Blacker Residence — Livinix Room. 



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GHJiERT, CASS. 

11 East 24th Street, New York. 

220 AVater CoUu'-AVinchester Cathedral. 

221 AYater Color— TTospital at AVarwick. England. 

222 AYator Color — Lac d 'Amour. Bruges. 

228 AA'ater Coh)i' — Androas Platz. Hildesheim. Germany. 

224 (V)lorc(l Persnective — School of Industrial Ai'ts. Trenton, N. J. 

225 Colored Study — Elevation for University of Aliniu^sota. 

226 Pliotog't ai^hs — T'nivei'sity of Alinnesota Tmpi'ovement. 

227 Colored Sketch Study fi)i- Woolworth Bnildino-. 

228 Sketch of AA^inchester (^ithedral. 

GILLETTE. l^HAYIN ¥.. 

140 Dearborn, Chicago. 

229 Country Residence at Ijake Beulah. AVis. 
2.S0 Country Residence at T^ake Beulah. Wis. 
281 Country Residence at Lake Beulah. AA^is. 



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Cambridge, Mass. 
C. Van Brunt. 

282 Elevati(m of a Boat House. 
L. P. Burnham. 

233 House of John Sanders. 

234 Honse of Francis I. 

235 Elevation of Pal Montecnccoli Venice. 
W. P. Callahan. 

236 Study of Plan for a Peace l^alace nt the Ilaone. 
Gotifrey K. Downer. 

237 Plans for a City Cinh. 

238 Elevation for a City Clnh. 
Maurice Feather. 

239 Plan for an Ininii^rant Station. 

240 First Floor I'lan of a Palatial Residence. 

241 Section of a Palatial Residence. 

242 Block Plan of a Palatial Residence. 

243 Elevation of a Palatial Residence. 

244 Elevation of an Imniijirant Station. 
George E. Graves. 

245 Vestibule of an Art Museum. 

246 Elevation oT a City Club House. 

247 Studies for an Italian Chapel. 
Alex A. Hcyle. 

248 Elevation of San Stefiino, Bologna. 
A. E. Hoyle. 

249 Pisreon Tower at Booz. 
Sidney F. Kimball. 

250 Door Detail Catholic School Croup. 

251 Elevation for a Catholic School Group. 

252 Section of Catholic School Group. 

253 Sketch for Bay Window Treatment. 

254 Plan for Catholic School Group. 
F. J. Larson. 

255 Vestibule of an Art Museum. 

256 Elevation of a City Hall. 
N. H. Larson. 

257 Perspective for a Reformatory. 

258 Sketch of Plan for a Reformatory. 

259 Study for a Graduate School. 
Edward B. Lee. 

260 Elevation of Pal Grimani. 

261 Elevation of Hotel Lavalelte. 
L. E. Mowery. 

262 Elevation of a City Club House. 
W. H. Parks. 

263 Plan of a City Club House. 

264 Elevation of a City Club House. 
Rhodes Robertson. 

265 Study for Elevation of a Catholic School Group. 

266 Thesis Offered for Dejrree of ]\Ia.ster in Architecture. 

267 Study of Door Detail for Catholic School Group. 



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268 Plan — Thesis Offered for Dejiree of Master in Arcliitecture. 

269 Elevation of a University Club House. 
W. C. Rowland. 

270 Detail Study for an Entrance to a Park Planked by INIuseums. 

271 Sketch Elevation of INIuseuni and Entrance to a Park. 
Richard R. Stanwood. 

272 Elevations for a Il;onie for Veterans. 

273 Sections for a Home for Veterans. 

274 Plan for a Home for Veterans. 

275 Perspective of a Bank and Office Buildings, Offered as a Thesis for 

Deg:ree of Ma.ster in' Architecture. 

276 Elevation for a Bank and Office Bnildino', Offered as a Thesis for 

Deuree of ]Ma.ster in Architecture. 
W. G. Thomas. 

277 Door. S. INlaclou, Rouen. 

278 Ciborium at St. Domenico, Siena. 
R. W. Varney. 

279 Elevation of Compton AVynyates. 

C. E. Wait. 

280 Mortuary Chapel of Sedis Del Diavolo. 
Harry E. Warren. 

281 Detail of Palazzo Piacenza. 
William L. White. 

282 Study of Door Detail for Catholic School Group. 

D. J. Witmer. " 

283 Elevation of a City Club House. 
L. W. Foster. 

284 Elevation of a City Club House. 
C. W. Palmer. ' 

285 Elevation of a City Club House. 
J. L. Weinburg. 

286 Elevation of a Citv Club House. 
F. H. Haskell. 

287 Floor Plans of an Embassy for the T'^'nited States in London. 

288 Elevation of an Embassy for the United States in London. 

289 First Floor Plan of an embassv for the Thiited States in London. 



HEACOCK & HOKANSON. 

1218 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

290 Bank Buildiner. Philadelphia, Pa. 

HENOELS. HENRY C, 

702 Grand Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. 

291 Study for Entrance in Reinforced Concrete. 

292 Study for Theatre Interior. 

293 Interior Juneau Theatre. ^Milwaukee. AVis. 

HODOKIXS. HOWARD C. 

172 Washington Street, Chicago. 

294 Desio"n for Brick Residence. 

295 Factory Building'. . 

296 Cottajre. 



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IIOLABIRD & ROCHE, 

1G18 Monadnock Building, Cliicago. 

297 Elevation — Competition for <a Building. 

298 Elevator Hall, Monroe Building. 

299 Monroe Building, S. W. Corner Monroe and Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

HOLLOWAY, CHARLES, 

815 Sheridan Road, Chicago. ^, 

300 The Garden of Joy. 

301 The Garden of Joy. 



HOLM, VICTOR, 
302 Bach. 



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HUBBARD, ARCHIE H., 

Champaign, 111. 

303 A Fraternity House. 

HUNT & GRAY, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

304 Throop Institute^ Pa.sadena, Cal. 

305 Throop Institute, Pasadena, Cal. 

306 Throop Institute, Pasadena, Cal. 

307 Throop Institute. Pasndena, Cfd. 

308 II. E. ITunlini.,ton Villa. 

309 Occidental (College. 

310 Huntington Resilience. Tei'race Front. 

311 Huntington Residence, Terrace Front. 

IXGRAiM, HORACE C, 

Chicafro. 

312 Cottage for IMr. James M. Judson, Richmond, Ind. 

JEFFERY & VAN TREES, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

313 E. S. Cheesewright Residence. 

JONES. ROY CHILDS, 

University Club, \Tibana, 111. 
31-4 Sketch for an American Academy in Rome. 

315 Sketch foi* an American Acndemy in Rome. 

316 Detail from Palais de Fontainbleau. 

JUERGENS, ALFRED. 

213 S. Grove Avenue, Oak Park, 111. 

317 Late Snow. 

KREHBIEL. ALBERT II.. 

Park Ridge, 111. 

318 Decorative Pajiel for a Library. 

KELLEY, C. F., 

University of Illinois, Ilrhana, 111. 

319 The Peacock and the Copper Moon. Decorative Panel. 



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KELTiEY, ARTHUR R., 

Los Anpeles, Cal. 

320 Detail— Tlie Frost Residence. 

321 Cuclcihy Ranch House. 

322 The Alleri Residence, Hollywood, Cal. 

323 Detail— Cudahy Ranch House. 

324 The Frost Residence. 

LE I\IOYNE, T.OIIIS V., 

1615 Ashland Block, Chicago. 

325 Rlan for IMace at Murray Bay, Canada. 

LEYIN(JS, M. M., 

161 State Street, Chicago. 

326 A Cottafje neai- Lon<>''s Peak, Colo. 

327 A Cotta<»'e near Tjon^'s Peak, Colo. 

LIPPJNCOTT, ROY ALSTAN. 

1200 Steinway Hall, Chicago. 

328 House for Dr. E. D. C. Conklinu'. (Plan.) 

329 House for Dr. E. D. (I. Conklin<>:. f Perspective.) 

LITTLE AND l^PtOWN. 

70 Kilby Street, Boston, Mass. 

330 Hall, 118 Beacon St., Boston. 

LOWE & BOLLENBACHER, 

206 La Salle Street, Chicago. 

331 The Rowans— Kenihvorth. 

332 Phi (Jainnia Delta Fraternity House, Univei'sity of Indiana. 

333 House for ]\Ii'. Rownti'ee, Chicasro. 

!\rAHER, CEO. W., 

821, 218 La Salle Street, Chicago. 

334 NorthAvestern University Cynmasiuni — Entrance Detail. 

335 Northwestern I^niversity Cynina.siuni — Front Elevation. 

336 Northwestern University (Jynnuisiuni— Bronze-Electric Standards. 

337 Noi-thwestern T^'^niversitv ("Jvinnasium — Side Elevation. 

338 C. A. AVishtman l^uildinu." Evanston, 111. 

339 The Interlaken School, Silver Lake. La Poi-te, Ind. 

340 Country Home for INir. E. Tj. Kin^^ Winona, :\rinn. 

JIASSACHUSETTS INSTTTIITE OF TECHNOLOCY, 

Boston, Mass. 
J. S. Dean. 

341 A Popular Tribune in the Open Air. Sketch. 
G. I. Edgerton. 

342 Eiitrance Gate to a University Dormitory. 
W. D. Foster. 

343 A tJallery of Comparative Sculpture. ^Elevation.) 

344 A Callerv of Comparative Sculpture. (Plan.) 
H. S. Herity. 

345 A Church Entrance. 
R. D. .Johnson. 

346 A Church Entrance. 



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E. H. Kruckemeyer. 

347 A Large Market witli a Hall for Public Meetings in a Southern City 

of the United States. (Plan.) 

348 Elevation for above Market. 
J. H. Scarff. 

349 A Gallery of Comparative Sculpture. (Block Plan.) 

350 A Gallery of Comparative Sculpture. (Elevation.) 

351 A Gallery of Comparative Sculpture. (Plan.) 

McKIM. ]\1EAD & WHITE, ^ 

New York, N. Y. 

352 Photographs--New York Terminal Pennsylvania Railroad. 

353 Photographs — New York Terminal Pennsylvania Railroad. 

ANNE WILMOT MEIGS, 

26 Van Buren Street, Chicago. . 

354 Catalog Page Interiors — Courtesy of Marshall Field & Co. 

355 Design for Dining Room— Courtesy of James Davis Co. 

356 Sketch for Living Room- -Courtesy of Hasselgren Studios. 

357 Sketch for Living Room — Courtesy of Hasselgren Studios, 

MEIKLE, WH.LIAM, 

857 E. 181st Street, New York, N. Y. 

358 The Nativity. Stained Glass Design. 

MELLAR & MEIGS, 

Lafayette Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

359 Residence at Wynnevvood, Pa., for Edward D. Toland. 

360 Alteration of a Stable to a Residence for Alfred ]\[ellor, German- 

town, Pa. 

361 Plans — Alteration of a Stable, etc. (Same as above.) 

NIMMONS. GEORGE C, 

2007 Peoples Gas Building. Chicago. 

362 INIanufacturing Plant for the Havana American Co., Chicago. 

NORTHWESTERN TERRA COTTA CO.. 

2525 Clybourne Avenue, Chicago. 

363 Green Vase in Terra Cotta. 

364 Green Vase in Terra Cotta. 

365 Green Vase in Terra Cotta. 

366 Crystal Vase in Terra Cotta. 

367 P]xample of Polychrome AVork in Terra Cotta. 

368 Example of Polychrome AYork in Terra Cotta. 

369 Example of Polychrome Work in Terra Cotta. 

370 Example fo Polychrome Work in Terra Cotta. 

371 Example of Polychrome Work in Terra Cotta. 

372 Example of Polychrome Work in Terra Cotta. 

373 Example of Polychrome Work in Terra Cotta. 

374 Example of Polychrome Work in Terra Cotta. 

375 Example of Polychrome Work in Terra Cotta. 

376 Example of Polychrome AVork in Terra Cotta. 

377 Example of Lamp Standard in Terra Cotta. 

378 Example of Pier Cap in Terra Cotta. 



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OTTENHEIMER, STERN & REICHERT, 

715, 134 Monroe Street, Chicago. 
379 Warehouse for Hartman Furniture and Carpet Co. 

PALMER & HORNBOSTEL, 

380 A Scnlaphis.for School of Medicine, University of Pittsburg. 

PEABODY, ARTHUR, 

Madison, Wis. r 

381 University Chib, Madison, Wis. 

382 Lathrop HaU, University of Wisconsin. 

383 Stock Pa^alion, University of Wisconsin. 

384 At^ronoiiiy Buildino-, University of Wisconsin. 

PERKINS & HAMILTON, 

132 Clark Street, Chicago. 

385 Tiincoln Park Refectory, Chica;i.^n — Ceneral View and Plans. 
-386 Lincoln Park Refectory, Chicago — View Across Lagoon. 

387 Lincoln Park Refectory, Chicago — View from Stockton Drive. 

388 Henry M. Stanton Park. Chicago — Perspective View of Field House. 

389 Hannibal Hamlin Park, Chicago — Perspective of Field House and 

Oymna.sium. 

390 Field House and Cymnasium, William IT. Seward Park, Chicago. 

Photo of Park Frontage. 

POND & POND, 

1107 Steinway Hall, Chicago. 
University of Michigan — Students' Union Banquet Hall. 
University of Michigan — Students' Union Court Elevation. 



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392 
393 
394 
395 

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406 
407 
408 
409 
410 
411 
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414 



University of Michigan — Students' Union Floor Plans. 
University of Michigan — Students' Union Elevation. 
University of Michigan — Students' Union Lounge. 

& MAHTjER, 

1732 Marquette Building, Chicago. 
Y. M. C. A.— First Floor Plan. 
Y. M. C. A.— Second Floor Plan. 
Y. M. C. A.— Third Floor Plan. 
Y. M. C. A.— Basement Plan. 
Y. M. C. A.— Block Plan. 
Y. M. C. A. — Perspective. 
Building for D. J. Healy, Detroit, Mich. 

Detail of Pilaster Ornament, Building for D. J. Healy, Detroit. 
Link from INIarquise Chain, Building for D. J. Healy, Detroit. 
Detail of Lion's Head. Building for D. J. Healy. Detroit. 
Photographs of Building for D. J. Healy, Detroit. 
Warehouse for L. Fish Furniture Co. 
Factory Building for Chicago. 
Elevation of a Railroad Station. 
Section Through a Railroad Ktation. 
Track Level Plan of a Railroad Station. 
First Floor Plan of a Railroad Station. 
St. John's Lutheran Church at Elgin. 111. 
Factory Building on Sherman Street, Chicago. 



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1701, 164 Dearborn Street, Chicago. 

415 Decorative Ceiling' Panel, Collog'e Theatre, Chicago, 111. 

416 Interior College Theatre, Chicago, 

417 Perspective, Orphenm Theatre, Dnlnth, Minn. 

418 . Perspective, Cort Theatre, Chicago. 

419 Lounging Room, Anditoriuin Entrance Tjobby, Orphenin Theatre, 

Dnlnth, 
Perspective Evanston Theatre, Evanston, 111, 
Perspective Columbia Theatre and Hotel, Chicago. 
Exterior Detail, National Theatre, Chicago. 
Interior Orpheuni Theatre, Dnlnth, Minn. 
Exterior College Theatre, Chicago. 
Perspective, Bush Temple. Chicago. 



420 
421 
422 
423 
424 
425 
426 



Interior Cort Theatre, Chicairo. 



REBORI, A, N., 

Art Institute, Michigan Avenue, Chicago. 

427 East Harbor, INFaine. 

428 Studv Sketch— Paris Prize, 1907. 

429 Study Sketch— Pans Prize. 1907, 

430 Provincetown ^Moimment Competition. 

431 Raphael's Loggia, Vatican, Rome. 

REED, E. II., JR.. 

1618 Monadnock Block, Chicago. 

432 Interior of Cathedral, Milan. 

433 Temple of Saturn. Rome. 

434 Tower of Pernzzi, Sta Maria Delia Caniine. Siena. 

435 Prom S. Se Bastiano. Siena. 

436 Arch of Septimus Sevei'ius. Rome. 

437 Arch of Titns. Rome. 

438 ]\Ionument to a Creat Ceneral (Projet.) 

RICTL CHAS. C. 

1107 Steinway Hall, Chicago. 

439 A Fratf^rnitv Chapter House. 

440 European Travel Sketches. 

441 European Travel Sketches. 

ROrJEPS. JOHN ARTTTT^R. 

1615 Ashland Block, Chicago. 

442 The Astor Apartments. 

443 A Town Hall. 

ROWE & KEYES. 

Boston and New York, 

444 Perspective Skctcb of Thames National Bank. Norwich. Conn. 

445 Photograph of Thames National Bank, Norwich, Conn. 

446 Photo Detail — Bankino- Room Thames National Bank. Norwich, Conn. 

447 House at Chestnut Hill. 

448 Chauffeur's Lodge for Chas. D. Sias, Esq. 

449 Bank — Perspective Sketch. 



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i^^A SCHLACKS, HENRY T, 

99 Randolph Street, Chicago. . 

450 Lemp Building, Boise, Idaho. 

451 Village Hall, Wilmette, 111. 

SCHMIDT, GARDEN & MARTIN, 

172 Washington Street, Chicago. 

452 Design for an Office Building. 

453 Design for an Office Building. 

454 Nelson Morris Memorial Institute for jNIedical Research. 

455 Entrance Hall, Chandler Apartments, 33 Bellevue Place. 

456 Chandler Apartments, 33 Bellevue Place. 

457 Main Entrance, Chandler Apartments, 33 Bellevue Place. 

458 Commercial Exhibition Building. 

459 Preliminary Sketch for Exterior of Chandler Apartments, 33 Belle- 
vue Place. 

460 Sketch for a Small Hospital Building. 

461 House at Lake Forest for Mr, 0. E. Babcock. 

SHAAV, HOWARD, 

161 State Street, Chicago. 

462 Photographs— AV. D. Douglas Residence. Lake Minnetonka. Minn. 

463 Photograph- — AV. D. Douglas Residence. 

464 AVater Color— L. B. Kuppenheimer Residence at AVinnetka. 111. 

STANHOPE, L. E., 

184 La Salle Street, Chicago. 

465 Eighth Church of Christ Scientist. AVest and South Elevations. 

466 Eighth Church of Christ Scientist, Plans First Story and ALnin Floor, 

TAGGART, J. A., 

1380 62nd Street, Chicago, 111. 

467 Alberta Apartment Building. 

- - c. TALLIN! ADO E & AA^\ TS(^N. 

Security Building, Chicago. 

468 Sketch for Apartment Building. Chicago. 

469 Houses in Evanston. 

470 Interior Dining Room. Oak Park. 

471 Detail House for R. Al. Rolason, Evanston. 

472 Interior Dining Porch, House R. AI. Roloson. 

473 Store for AValtere & Ander.son, Evanston, 111. 

474 Interior Store for AValters & Anderson. 

475 Dining Room for B. F. Adams, Evanston. 

476 House for J. C. Alott. Highland Park. 111. 

477 House for A J. Dunham. Berwyn. 

478 House for R, Al. Roloson. 

479 Bungalow for Alilton AA^ilson. Ravina. 

480 FactorA for Oriiiinnl Alfu'. Co., Evanston. 



TEAIPLE & BlIRROAVS. 

Davenport, Iowa. 

481 Hotel BurlinQton. Burlinaton. Iowa. 

482 Alonmcuth. 111., High School. 



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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, 

Urbana, 111. 
A. B. Dunham. 

483 A Stair Tower. 
J. L. Brady. 

484 A Stair Tower. 
E. R. Lndwig. 

485 A Stair Tower. & 

486 A Fraternity Meeting Room. 

487 A Fraternity Honse. 

Various Students. 

488 Theory of Color. 

VON HOLST, H., 

907 Steinway Hall, Chicago, 111. 

489 Residence in Detroit, Mich. (Perspectives.) 

490 Garage. 

491 Residence in Grand Rapids, Mich. (Plan, Interior, Perspective and 

Elevation.) 

492 Residence at (J rand Rapids, JMich. (Pei-spective.) 

VROOMAN, GP:0RGE, 

Chicago Architectural Club, Chicago. 

493 Fortress. Class B. 

AVATTLEY, HOWARD D. CO.. 

514 Fine Arts Building, Chicago. 

494 Dining Room. 

495 Drawing Room. 

496 Chib Reception Room. 

497 Dining Room. 

498 Elizabethan Dining Room. 

499 Dininu' Room. 



WELLS. NEWTON A.. 

University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

500 A Bit of the Institute. 

5(U Pavillion de Flore. Lonvre. 

502 Pavillion IMarson. Louvre. 

503 Luxembourg from Gardens. 

504 Notre Dame. 

505 St. Germain des Pres. 

506 Group of Trees (c\). 

507 Group of Trees (b). 

508 In the Tuileries Gardens (b). 

509 Thumb Nail Sketches. 

510 An English Tourist. 

511 Near the Trocadero. 

512 A Private Entrance. 

513 A French Boulerardicr. 

514 Portrait Sketch. 

515 An Interior Court. 



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516 Along the Seine. 

517 Place Lion de Belfort. 

518 In the Tuileries Gardens (a). 

519 Gare Montpamasse. 

520 The Port de Coiirberoi. 

WILSON, II. R. & CO., 

Chicago, 111. - , 

521 First Sketch A. E. & C. R. R. 

522 Midcity Bank Building', Halsted and Madison Streets. 

523 Residence at Hinsdale. 

524 Residence at IIij?hland Park. 

525 Residence 4809 Drexel Boulevard. 

TEOMANS, A. B., 

246 Michigan Avenue, Chicago. 

526 Swimming: Pool for Edward B. Burling, Esq., Illibbard Woods, 111. 

527 Garden at Harrisburg. Pa. 

528 Garden for ^liss Anne Thompson, INIerion, Pa. 

529 Wilson College. Chambersburfj, Pa. (Perspective to accompany Plan 

for Campus. 

530 A Town Yard at Harrisbnrg. Pa. 

531 Garden for E. N. Scott, Esq., Lake- Forest, 111. 

532 Garden at Harrisburg:, Pa. 

533 Garden for Edward Yeomans, Hubbard AYoods, 111. 

YORK, J. DEVEREUX, 

Chicago, 111. 

534 Plaster IModel — ^lemorial for the Battle Field of Gettysburg. 

535 Plaster Model- -Benton Memorial Church. 

536 Plaster Model— ]\Tural Fountain. "Birth of Iris." 

Elevation.) 

GROSS, OSKAR, 

19 East Pearson Street. 

537 "Shadow Pass," Decorative Panel. 

538 Panels for Bank of Dwight. 

539 Sketch for Decoration at Theatre, Baltimore. 

540 Sketch for Decorative Panel. 

541 Sketch for Hall and Stairway Decoration for Residence of S. K. Esq. 

542 Sketches for Music Room Decorations. 

543 "Power of Nature," Sketch for Panel. 

544 Study for Allegoric Painting. 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



ARCHITECTURAL IRON AND 
BRONZE WORK. 

Butler Street Fdry. & Iron Co 147 

Corrugated Bar Company 156 

Hansell-Elcock Co . 131 

Heath-Johnson Co 147 

Kenwood Bridge Co 149 

Standard Company, The 133 

Vierling Steel Works 152 

Williams, John, Inc 152 

Winslow Brothers Co., The 140 

ARCHITECTURAL WOOD WORK. 

Baumann Mfg. Co., F. O V)0 

Edmunds Mfg. Co 128 

Hartman-Sanders Co 163 

Nollau & Wolff Mfg. Co 129 

Schweizer & West Mfg. Co 161 



BANKING. 

Corn Exchange National Bank. 

BLUE PRINTS 

.\merican Blue Print Paper Co. 

Crofoot, Nielson & Co 

Dietzgen & Co., Eugene 

r. S. Blue Print Paper Co 



116 



151 
151 
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159 



BRICK MANUFACTURERS AND 
DEALERS. 

Chicago Face Brick Association.. 
141. 142. 143. 144 

Meacham & Wright Co 14S 



CEMENT. 

Atlas Portland Cement Co., The.... 164 

Chicago Portland Cement Co 140 

Meacham & Wright Co 148 

Universal Portland Cement Co. . . 136 

COLUMNS, STRUCTURAL. 

Lally Column Co 113 

CONSTRUCTION REPORTS. 

Dodge Co., F. W 162 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Bulley & Andrews 153 

Cadenhead & Co 162 

Clark Co., C. Everett 146 

Dixon Co 139 

Gindele Co., Chas. W 115 

Hanson Bros 163 

Mavor Co., Wm 149 

Menke-Thielberg 155 

Morrice & Barron 164 

Neunkirchen & Puvogel 158 

Paschen Bros 158 

Shedden & Co.. James 132 

Sollitt Co., Ralph & Sumner 127 

Strandberg Co., E. P 158 

Stresenreuter Bros 161 

Todd & Co., James 164 

Warren Construction Co., The.... 158 

DRAWING MATERIALS. 

Abl)ott & Co.. A. H 160 

American Blue Print Paper Co.. . . 151 

Dietzgen & Co., Eugene 151 

r. S. Blue Print Paper Co 159 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS— Continued 




ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AND 


INTERIOR DECORATIONS. 




ENGINEERS. 


Cowan Co., W. K 


150 


Commonwealth Edison Co 145 


INTERIOR WOOD-WORK. 




FIREPROOF BUILDING MATERIAL. 


Baumann Mfg. Co., F. O 


150 


Illinois Terra Cotta Lbr. Co., The. 159 


Edmunds Mi^. Co 


128 


.Tohns-Manville Co., H. W 160 


Nollau & Wolff Mfg. Co 


129 


Ludowici-Celadon Co i;>0 


Schweizer & West Mfg. Co 


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National Fireproofing Co 134 


LIGHTING FIXTURES. 




GREENHOUSE DESIGNERS 
AND BUILDERS. 


Braun Mfg. Co., The David .] 


146 


Lord & Burnham Co 124 


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MANTELS AND TILES. 






Hawes & Dodd 


147 


HARDWARE MAUFACTURERS 


Interior Mantel & Tile Co 


159 


AND DEALERS. 






Cobb, Whyte & Laemmer Co 155 


MARBLE FLOORS. 




Corbin, P. & F 121 


Filndall &: Co., .John 


163 




Orr & Tvockett 157 


METAL LATH. 




HARDWOOD FLOORS. 


Xoi'thwestern Expanded Metal Co. 


155 


Wilce Co., The T 157 








METAL DOORS AND WINDOWS. 


HEATING AND VENTILATING EN- 


Dahlstiom Metallic Door Co 


123 


GINEERS AND CONTRACTORS. 


Knisely C'o., Harry C 


157 


Davis Construction Co 148 






Kehm Bros 158 


MODELERS AND CARVERS. 


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Kirk, Geo. H 127 


Dux, .Iosei)h 


151 


Xacey Co., P 129 






Prentice Co,, L. H 148 


MOSAICS. 




Thomas & Smith Inc 149 


Art Marl)le Co., The 


145 





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INDEX TO ADVKRTISERS— Continued 



PAINTING, DECORATING AND 
PAPER HANGING. 

Gleich, T. C 160 

PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISH. 

Bosch Co., Henry 148 

Chicago Varnish Co 162 

Detroit Graphite Co 126 

Fox & Co., M. Ewing 153 

National Lead Co 127 

Pratt & Lambert IT)? 

Standard Varnish Works 127 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Chicago Architectural Photographing 
Co 153 

PLASTERING. 

Dw.ver, .lames J 161 

Lennox-Haldemann Co 145 

Middleton, Edward 148 

States Plastering Co 158 

Sutton & Co., John C 1 58 

Zander-Reum Co 1 40 

PLASTIC RELIEF. 

Architectural Decorating Co 152 

Decorator's Supi)ly Co 159 

Plastic Relief Mfg. Co 140 



PLUMBING. 

Corboy Co., M. .T 155 

Hulbert & Dorsey 158 

Mueller Mfg. Co., H 153 

Muri)hy-Keeley Co 155 

Mott Iron Works, J. L 1.54 

Xacey Co., P 129 

3P0RCH COLUMNS. 

llartman-Sanders Co 163 

REFRIGERATING MACHINERY. 

Kroeschell Bros. Co 152 

Wolf, Sayer & Heller Co 139 



ROOFING. 

Powell Co., M. W 



160 



ROOFING MATERIAL. 

Barrett Mfg. Co 117, 118, 119, 120 

MacLellau & Co.. H. G 149 

SASH CORDS. 

Sam])son Cordage Works 148 

Silver Lake Co 129 

SHEET METAL WORK. 

Staar. Frank 140 



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INDKX TO ADVERTISERS— Continued 



SHINGLE STAINS. 

Cabot, Inc., Samuel 122 

STONE DEALERS AND CONTRACT- 
ORS. 

Henne & Co 152 

McMillan & Son, W i;]9 

Miers, D. K 139 

Quarries Ciul) of Carthage 138 

Ward & Co., All)ert .1 160 , 

Woodbury^ Granite Co 137 



SURVEYORS. 

Greel.v-Howard Co 152 

TERRA COTTA. 

American Terra Cotta & Ceramic 
Co 114 

Northwestern Terra Cotta Co., The 135 

WALL PAPER. 

BoHch Co., Henry 148 

WATERPROOFING. 

Antakwa Company, The 14() 




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■JOHN C. NKF-:i.V 

Secretary 

FRANK W. SMITH 

Cashier 

J. KDWARD MAASS 

.^1,i Assistant Cashier 

.lAMFSO. VVAKKFIFLD 

Assistant Cashier 



Directors 

Charh's H. Wacker 
Martin A. Ryerson 
Chaiincey .1. Blair 
Fciward H. UwWrr 
Charles H. Iliilhurd 
Chirenee Buckingham 
Benjamin Carpenter 
\\';ns()n F. Blair 
Fdwin (i. Foreman 
Charles I.. Hiilehinson 
Edward A. Shedd 
Frederiek \V. Crosby 
ErnestJA. Ilamill 



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YEARS of SERVICE 



r'¥"~^HE great textile mills located at Lowell, Mass., may' safely 



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be classed among the most important industrial plants of 
the world. 

The buildings shown in the ** River View" herewith have a roof 
area of over 1,500,000 square feet, while the Massachusetts Mills 
in the other view have a roof area of about 300,000 square feet. 

Many of these roofs are now from 20 
to 35 years old — on the Massachusetts 
Mills over one-third are in this class — 



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and they are in good, serviceable con- 
dition to-day. Only one form of roof 
covering is used on the permanent build- 
ings in these plants — and that is coal tar 
pitch, tarred felt and gravel, laid along 
the lines of The Barrett Specificatioi. 
What better recommendation can any 
reasonable man ask ? 
Buildings of this kind, containing valuable machinery, naturally 
require the very best roofs that can be obtained. Roofs laid along 
the lines of The Barrett Specification were selected because they 
give steady, unfailing service without care or attention. Neither 
acid fumes, nor interior humidity (which is so necessary to textile 
mills) do them any damage whatever. 



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'F HOOFS LAID ALONG THF. LINES OF THK BAHRKTT SPFCIFICATION. 



The average cost of roofs of this character has been less than 
one-quarter of a cent per square foot per year of service — a most 
remarkable showing. 

To the owners of big buildings these figures should prove 
highly significant. Owing to this kind of service and low cost, 
more large buildings of the country are covered with this kind than 
with all other roofings put together. 

Even in the old days, when gravel roofs were laid without any 
definite specifications, the results were almost invariably satis- 
factory and economical, despite the wide variation in methods. 
To-day, however, the best and most 
economical method of laying a coal 
tar pitch, tarred felt and gravel roof 
has been standardized in The Bar- 
rett Specification. The character of 
materials and the procedure for lay- 
ing them in place is outlined with 
great exactness. Absolutely certain 
results are now assured, and even better records and lower average 
costs may be looked for in the future. 

In planning your roof, therefore, do not specify merely *'A 
Gravel Roof," or "a five-ply tar and gravel roof." Incorporate The 
Barrett Specification entire in your specification, and avoid any 
misunderstanding and slack methods. 

A copy of this Specification will be mailed on recjuest to any 
architect, engineer, or to anyone interested. Address our nearest 
oftice. 

BARRETT MANUFACTURING CO. 




New York 
St. Louis 
Kansas City 



THE PATERSON MFG. CO. 
Montreal Toronto Winnipeg 



Chicago Philadelpliia Boston 

Cleveland Pittsburg Cincinnati 

Minneapolis New Orleans Seattle 

London, Eng. 

CANADIAN AGENTS 
Limited THE CARITTE-PATERSON MFG. CO., Limited 

Vancouver St. John, N. B. Halifax, N. S. 



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CABOT'S CREOSOTE SHINGLE STAINS 

Tin-: ORIGINAL AND STANDARD SIIIN(iLK STAINS 
Soft, rich, and transparent colorino- effects, guaranteed weariiio; (lualities, 
thorough preservation of the wood. The thoroughly i-eUahle stain, proved 
by twenty-five years' use under all conditions. 

CABOT'S SHEATHING AND DEAFENING "QUILT" 

Warmer, more permanent, and (;heaper than back-plaster. Ten times as warm 
as the best papers. The most scientific, sanitary and perfect heat insulator 
and sound-deadener ever made. 

CABOT'S WATERPROOF CEMENT STAINS 

For staining and rain-proofing cement buildings. Rich colorings, without 
gloss or shine, and with no coating to chalk or peel. 

CABOT'S WATERPROOF BRICK STAINS 

Made in various colors, for faded, off- colored or uneven brick, and colorless, 
for waterproofing only. 

CONSERVO WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

For preserving posts, sills, planks, and all similar woodwork. 

Full infornidtion sent on request 

Samuel Cabot, inc. 

SOI.K MANUKAC TUKKR* 

141 Milk Street, HOSTON 



A};t>//s III all Ciiilrnl I'm 'its 



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U-S-Express Building, New York 
Equipped with DAHLSTROM Pi-oducfs 



SO much money is spent in erecting modern 
buildings that it is almost inconceivable to 
think that the final, absolute, fireproof, sanitary, 
artistic, permanent construction features should 
be ignored. 

^ Briefly stated, this means the failure 
to replace with steel all inflammable in- 
terior materials — of which doors 
are but a part. 

^ Our business is the manufacture of these 
features and to influence oivners and build- 
ers to insist upon, and make sure of their 
installation — Dahlstrom Metallic Doors and 
Trim. To you, then, we point out the hun- 
dreds of buildings representing the utmost 
in these respects, buildings that exemplify 
the vast possibilities in making interiors as 
fireproof and as lasting as exteriors. 

^ To show you a few^ of these — to explain 
by word and picture the results already 
attained in some of the world's most promi- 
nent, nost artistic structures, we have 
issued "Buildings As They Should Be. 
If you are an architect, owner, builder or 
prospective builder, this book should prove 
of intense interest, should be an inspiration 
to the farsighted. 

A copy of " BuildinKS As They Should Be" 
is yours for six cents postage. 

Dahlstrom Metallic Door Co. 

Executive Office* nnd Factory: 
26 Blackstone Ave., Jamestown, N. Y> 

Branch Offices in New York, Philadel- 
phia, Washington, Chicago, Cincinnati, 
St. Louis, Denver, San Francisco, Seattle. 




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Howard Sliaw, Architect. 



Erected foi Mr. J. K. Lyons, Hubbard Woods, 111. 



Greenb 



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VY/HEN you have a scheme on hand involving 
^^ the greenhouse, why not let us co-operate 
with you at the very start of your plan making ? 
We might be able to offer suggestions to short- 
cut your work and make recommendations from 
the purely practical side. 

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Lord and Burnham Company 



NEW YORK 
St. James Bldg. 



BOSTON 
Tremont Bldg. 



PHILADELPHIA 
Heed Bldg. 



CHICAGO 

The Rookery 



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IT IS 



The U-BAR that makes possible the 
Ideal Curved Eave Greenhouse 



Because of the U-Bar, the frame work is completely of steel 
No other construction has a complete steel frame. That is 
why the U - Bar houses are lighter, more enduring and 
unmatched in attractiveness. 



SEND FOR THE CATALOG AND 
SEE FOR YOURSELF 



U-BAR GREENHOUSES 



PIERSON 

DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS 




U-BAR CO. 

1 hfADISON AVE.NGW YORK. 



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HOLABIRD CRi. ROCHE 

Arcliitee-ts 



cTVlcCORMICK BUILDING, CHICAGO 

GKORGK A. FULLER COMPANY 
General Contractors 

Structural Steel Protected bv 
"SUPERIOR GRAPHITE PAINT" 

This Paint was also Specified and Used on the Steel in the following biiildinfjs 

recently erected in Chicatio: 

BOSTON STORE HALSTED STREET BANK BUILDING 

NATIONAL LIFE BUILDING CARSON. PIRIE. SCOTT (.8), CO. BUILDING 

ROTHSCHILD BUILDING AMERICAN TRUST CSl SAVINGS BANK BLDG. 

KRANZ BUILDING COMMONWEALTH EDISON CO. PLANT 

DETROIT GRAPHITP: CO.. Paint Makers 
CHICAGO DETROIT NEW YORK 



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Ralph & Sumner SoUitt Company 



612-614 Pullman Bldg., Adams St. and Michigan Ave. 



Telephone HarrivSon 5812 



CHICAGO 



Mi':Mi',i:k AMERK^AN socii'/rv hi:a'I'i\(; and \'i:x'imla'1'i.\('. i:.\(;i.\i:1':i<s 



'rt'lt'l)lH)m' \V('nlw<)|-|li 1185 



GEORGE H. KIRK 
Heating Engineer and Contractor 

l^'or Steam and I lot Water Ileatin.t;- 
and I'ower Plants 

6711 wicxTWoR'i^ii A\'p:xri-:, c'iii('A(;() 



Pliable Paint 

White Lead, like the 
metallie lead from 
whieh it is made, is 
\-ery pliahk'. 

l*ni\' wdiite lead and 
pnre linseed oil ])aint 
expands and eontraets 
\vi t h the su id'aee 
l>ainted. 

This t'aet aloiu' is 
insuranee a.'^ainst the n,ui\' eraeks 
that so often mar an othei"wise bean- 
tifnllv ]xunted sui'faee. 
White lead witli the Diiteh l-5o\- 
i'aintei- trade-mark is in this])liahle 
elass. 

National Lead Co. 

900 VW-st IcSth Stierf, ChicaiTo 




Ar(;:hitectural Finishes 

THAT APPKAI. TO THl. PAKIICHLAK 



l'",l;i.stic;i Floor Kiiiisli 


Satiiu'tlo 


Vov Evci-y l'"l()()i-— 


•I'hc Perfect 


Natiii-al 1)1- I'aiiiicd 


W'liite I-Jianiel 


I'.iasticii I'ini.sli No 2 


Kloarloiu* Stains 


llit,'lu'st (Juality 


I'p-to-date Shades 


I'()ssil)l(' t(i Produce 


V.Asy to Apply 


lor liitriior Work 


I'()siti\-e Results 



Xo test is too sewi'e toi" these .L;()ods. 
^rheir exei'llenee has been 
])ro\'ed undei" all eonditions. 

TIk'x- are \voi"th\' \-oni- eonsideration. 



Standard Varnish Works 



New ^drk 
Melbourne 



Chicauo 
iii-ussels 



l.otidon 
Herlin 



Cauad iaii I'"actor\-: 
International Varnish O)., Ltd., Toronto 




THE PEOPLE'S GAS LIGHT AND 

COKE COMPANY'S 

BUILDING 

D. H. BURNHAM & Co., ARCHITECTS 

Michigan Avenue and Adams Street, Chicago 



FINISHED THROUGHOUT IN 
EAST INDIA MAHOGANY 



EDMUNDS 

MANUFACTURING 

COMPANY 



CONTRACTORS FOR THE CARPENTRY 
AND CABINET WORK 



A. EDMUNDS. Pres. and Treas. 



p. S. EDMUNDS. Secretary 



EDMUNDS 
MANUFACTURING CO. 

CORNER ROBEY STREET AND WASHBURNE AVENUE 

Telephone Canal 68 
CHICAGO 



Contractors and Manufacturers of High Grade Interior Finish and Cabinet Work for 

Office buildings and Residences. JJlso [B^nk and Office 

Fittings and Special Furniture. 



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Silver Lake A 
Sash Cord 




Our name is stamped on every foot of our cord 



Will wear much longer than any other device for hanging windows. It is made 
of extra fine cotton Tree from waste, braided hard and smoothly finished. Every 
foot is carefully inspected and guaranteed free from the many imperfections 
which make common cords wear out so quickly. Specify Silver Lake A, the orig- 
inal solid braided sash cord, and protect yourclients from the trouble and expense 
so often experienced. Write for our twenty year guarantee. 



Silver Lake Company 



Boston, Mass. 



ARTHUR NOLLAU, President and Treasurer 



ARTHUR ROOT. Secretary 



The NoUau & Wolff Mfg. Co. 



Manufacturers of 



MILLWORK. INTERIOR FINISH 
AND STAIRWORK 

Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames and Mouldings 



Factory: 1705 to 1719 Fullerton Avenue 

Adjoining C. &- N. W. Ry. Tracks 

CHICAGO 

Telephone Lincoln 480 



Harrison 387 



Estahlished 1866 



Harrison 4826 



P. Nacey Company 

Plumbing, Heating, Ventilating, Gasfitting 
and Sewer Contractors 

501 State Street 

CHICAGO 



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TERRA COTTA ROOFING TILE 
and PROMENADE TILE 
for FLOORS and ROOFS 




Send for 
Spectfica tions 
and Prices. 

Chamber of 
Commerce 
Building 
Chicago, III. 



E offer for the consideration 
of Architects, Builders and 
Owners, our well-known 
Interlocking Shingle, Spanish, 
German and French patterns 
of Tile, in Natural Red 
colors, and glazes including 
Green, Brown, Yellow, 
Blue, White, etc. 

For lower grade work, we can furnish 
the above patterns in kiln run material, 
at very low prices. We also have Fire- 
flashed Tile in the German pattern for 
ordinary work. 

We make Red Promenade Tile for 
flat roofs and floors in 6x9x1 in., 6x6x1 
in. and 3x3x1 in., useful in kiln run ma- 
terial for roofs and ordinary flooring and 
in selected material for high grade work. 



LUDOWICI-CELADON COMPANY 



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Jt'iiiicy. Muiulif (S: Jensen, ArcliiU'Cls 



KESNER BUILDING 

N. E. Corner Madison Street and Wabasli Avenue 

Structural Steel Fabricated and Erected by the 
HANSELL-ELCOCK COMPANY. CHICAGO 

Erected complete in 5(1 days. 



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James Shedden ^ Company 



BUILDING CONTRACTORS 



Masonry Reinforced Concrete Carpentry 

Suite 69, 92 La Salle Street 

Phone Main 488 CHICAGO 



Partial List of our Last Year's Business: 

FIAT MOTOR COMPANY'S BUILDING 

2347 MICHIGAN AVENUE. CHICAGO 

Holabird &■ Roche, Architects 

KISSEL MOTOR COMPANY'S BUILDING 

2515 MICHIGAN AVENUE. CHICAGO 

Holabird & Roche, Architects 

WAREHOUSE 

VAN BUREN AND GREEN STREET. CHICAGO 

Francis M. Barton, Architect 

AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY'S BUILDING 

2501 MICHIGAN AVENUE. CHICAGO 

Jenney, Mundie & Jensen, Architects 

WOODS MOTOR VEHICLE COMPANY'S BUILDING 

2501 COTTAGE GROVE AVENUE, CHICAGO 

W. A. Otis & E. H. Clark, Architects 

FIELD HOUSE AND GYMNASIUM 

HAMLIN PARK. CHICAGO 

Perkins & Hamilton, Architects 

THE GOSS PRINTING PRESS COMPANY'S BUILDING 

15th PLACE AND ASHLAND AVENUE. CHICAGO 

Huehl & Schmid, Architects 

GREAT LAKES BUILDING 

LAKE AND MARKET STREETS. CHICAGO 

Holabird & Roche, Architects 

FOUNDATIONS, CITY CLUB BUILDING 

9 AND 1 1 PLYMOUTH COURT. CHICAGO 

Pond & Pond, Architects 




STAIR RAIL AND NEWELL LAMPS 
MASONIC TEMPLE. WICHITA. KANSAS 



ORNAMENTAL 
IRON AND BRONZE 



THE STANDARD COMPANY 



701 Harvester Bldg., 



Chicago, 111. 



It is of utmost importance when a fireproof hollow tile residence or 

building is decided upon, to specify 

Natco Hollow Tile 

and to make sure that all tile accepted bears stamped upon it the 
word *' NATCO" as shown below. 

N aTCO hollow tile is the highest-^rade Terra Cotta 
Hollow Tile standardized to residence and all otiier constructions 
calling for outside walls of this material. ^ 




"NATC(3" assures not only the utmost advantages of hollow 
tile construction, but simplifies to the greatest degree the operation 
of building. 

This Company will be glad to furnish any information and assist- 
ance pertaining to fireproof hollow tile construction in any form 

National Fire Proofing Company 



OR CAN I /HI) 1S,S<) 



Cliicai^o Office: Commercial National Bank Buildinij; 



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Th E Peoples Gas Light A ndCokeCos Bld. 

chicago. ill 

d. h. burnham a co. architects. 

granite terra co'ta from fourth story 

sill to skyline. terracotta mfd ftsetby 

The Northwestern Terra Cotta Co. 

Chicago 



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PORTLAND 
CEMENT 



On Broadway at 43rd St., New 
York City, 10,000 barrels of 
Universal Portland Cement were 
used in a new fireproof office and 
theatre building — 27,000 barrels 
were used in the new OHver 
Building at Pittsburg— 100,000 
barrels have been used in the 
Argo, (111.) Plants of the Corn^ 
Products Refining Co.— 80,000 
barrels are being used in the 
new Minnesota State Prison at 
Stillwater and 10,000 barrels 
went into the Los Angeles Post 
Office. 

Universal Portland Cement Co. 

Chicago — Pittsburg 
Annual Output 10,000,000 li-arrels 



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WOODBURY GRANITE CO 



HARDWICK. VERMONT 



833 MONADNOCK BLDG. 
Chicago 



MADISON AVENUE 
New York 




CITY HALL AND COUNTY BUILDING — CHICAGO 



Holabird &^ Roche. Architects 



Made from our Woodbury Gray Granite 



CARTHAGE MARBLE 
EXTERIOR 




Carnegie Library, Parsons, Kansas 

F. S. Parker, Architect, Kansas City 



CARTHAGE STONE COMPANY 
CARTHAGE QUARRY COMPANY 
SPRING RIVER STONE COMPANY 
CARTHAGE MARBLE QUARRIES COMPANY 
CONSOLIDATED MARBLE &, STONE COMPANY 
CARTHAGE MARBLE &. WHITE LIME COMPANY 
MISSOURI STONE & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 
CARTHAGE MONUMENTAL STONE QUARRY COMPANY 
CARTHAGE SUPERIOR MARBLE &. LIMESTONE COMPANY 



CARTHAGE, MISSOURI 



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PRODUCERS OF THE CELEBRATED 

^PEERLESS" BEDFORD STONE 

w. McMillan & son 

(INCORPORATKD) 

BEDFORD INDIANA LIMESTONE 

(jeneral Offices Cliaiiiber of Commerce Buildina:, Chicago, Illinois 

Quarries and Mills, Mill lilocks. Sawed, 

Jiedford and Bloomington, Ind. Planed and Turned Stone 



Wolf, Sayer& Heller 

( liKdrporatfd) 
Maiiul\iclurers of 

Ice Machines and 
Refrigerating Machines 

REFRIGERATORS, COOLING ROOMS 

For Meat Markets, Grocers, 

Hotels, Restaurants, Clubs, Flats 

and I'rivate Residences. 

STORE FIXTURES 

Office and Factory: (>or. Fulton and Peoria Streets 

CHICAGO 

TELEI'HONF. MONROE 188 

IIKA N<H IS A 1 

NEW YORK CHRISTCHURCH 

S4 and 8H Pearl St. New Zealand, Cathedral^ Stiuarc 
HAMBURG SYDNEY 

TOSpaldintr Str. New South Wales 

MONTREAL, I'. (). LONDON, E. C. 

•J68 St. Paul St. 7 and 8 Snow Hill 



Dixon Company 

Engineers and Contractors 

\5i) MICHIGAN HOULKVARD 

CHICAGO 

Wliy pay license for vacuum heat in (,' systems when t lie 

Dixon Vacuum System 

Can be installed and lartre license fees saved. Our 
system greatly increases the efficiency of steam- 
heating plants; rapid and noiseless circulation pro- 
duced, and other faults remedied which occur in 
gravity plants. 

SEVEN REASONS 

For Usinu the Dixon Vacuum System of Heatintr. 

First. You arc not iiski'd to pay lirciisc foe. 

Second. Our systt-m produces a IiikIi vacuum and relieses 
eng-ines and other steam using machines of ha( k pressure. 

Third. Perfect circulation pro<luce<l. water hammer and 
other defects removed. 

Fourth. Our vacuum valve never clojfs up. Always in 
working con(htion. 

Fiftli. My using our system the amount of steam admitted 
into ..the radiator i-an he controlled, thus regulating your 
temperature, and saving fuel. 

.Sixth, ('ost of installing sti'.-im plants greatl,\ reduced and 
greater etriciency ohtained. 

Seventh, We guarantee our system to do all we claim for it . 

Large Buildings We Have Heated in (Chicago: 

First National Bank Bldir. Railway F^xchange Bldt:. 
Heyworth Bldg. Carson, I'irie, Scott A- Co's Store. 
Marshall Field A- CoV Store. Harris Trust Bldt:. 



D. K. MIERS 

Indiana Oolitic Limestone 

1142 American Trust Buildin<r 
CHICAGO, ILL. 



Phone Central 66^)4 



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The New City Hall 

The \A/enaldine Warehouse 

and other Colossal Structures 
in Chicago, are built mith 




Weualdine Warehouse, Chicago. (Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co.) 
30,000 Barrels "Chicago AA" used. 



^ Cement 

Recognized by leading architects as 
"The Best That Can Be Made" 

CHICAGO PORTLAND CEMENT CO. 

108 LA SALLE STKEET :: CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



Wm. Zander, Pres. 

Oscar A. Reum. Sec. CSt, Treas. 

ZANDERj-REUM CO. 

PLA STERING 
CONTRACTORS 

1605 FT. DEARBORN BLDG. 



p. I Randolph 1588 

r-nones ^ Automatic 8536 



CHICAGO, ILL. 



FRANK STAAR 

Blfnt Metal Warha 

CJaKanized Iron and Copper Cornites, Sky Lights, 

Slate, Tile, Tin and Corrugated Iron Roofinfr, 

Metal Fire Windows. (General Jobbing. 

1473-5 N. HALSTED STREET 

TKLEPHONK LINCOLN 1.^01 
CHICAGO. 



Winslo w Bros. 

Compan}^ 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

ORNAMENTAL IRON 
AND BRONZE 

BRONZE MEMORIAL TABLETS 
FIREPROOF STAIRWAYS 



Main Office C®. 'Works: 

4600 HARRISON STREET 

CHICAGO. 

Branch Offices: 
1(1.3 Park Avenue 341 Sixth Avenue Central Building 
New York Pittsburg Los Angeles 




Interior and Exterior 

Composition, Capitals, Brackets, Ornaments, 
and Interior Plaster Decorations 

OFFICE: 

941-949 N. HALSTED STREET 

TELEPHONE NORTH 1562 



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Chicago Face Brick Association 

Chamber of Commerce Building, Chicago 



Bonner & Marshall Co. 

1 205 Chamber of Commerce Building 

Hydraulic-Press Brick Co. 

301 to 303 Chamber of Commerce Building 

Jenkins & Reynolds Co. 

1210 Chamber of Commerce Building 

S. S. Kimbell Brick Co. 

304-305 Chamber of Commerce Building 

Thos. Moulding Co. 

1201-1202 Chamber of Commerce Building 

Wisconsin Lime & Cement Co. 

607 Chamber of Commerce Building 



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Chicago Face Brick Association 

Chamber of Commerce Building, Chicago 



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Building Brick Association gf America 

Flat Iron Building, New York City 



'^O^^^HE BUILDING BRICK ASSOCIATION OF 
M C'\ AMERICA was organized on February 4th, 1909, 
^ J as the "Clay Products Association of America," and 

^^^^^ at Pittsburgh, Pa., on February 10th, 1910, its name 
was changed to its present form. The objects of this Association 
are to promote the use of Building Brick and the general welfare 
of the Building Brick business. The work of the Association is 
to educate the public about Brick, and acquaint every man and 
woman in the United States who is interested in building con- 
struction with the merits of Brick as compared with other build- 
ing materials. The leading Brick manufacturers and dealers in 
the country are members of the Association, and books and 
pamphlets are being distributed as fast as they can be prepared. 
The work has only just begun, but the men back of the move- 
ment are enterprising and successful business men, and the 
results of this campaign of education cannot fail to be important. 

THE CHICAGO FACE BRICK ASSOCIATION was 
formed six months ago to co-operate with the National Asso- 
ciation. Its members are the leading Face brick dealers in the 
city. Other similar Associations will be formed in other Brick 
centers, with the same objects in view. The publications of the 
Building Brick Association of America can be had on application 
to the Chicago Face Brick Association, Chamber of Commerce 
Building, Chicago. The Chicago Association also intends to 
publish literature especially interesting to the building public in 
Chicago and vicinity. 



Chicago Face Brick Association 

Chamber of Commerce, Chicago 

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W^ Building Brick Association gT America 

Flat Iron Building, New York City 



Publications already issued 



"A House of Brick for $4,000" 
"A House of Brick for $10,000" 
''The Beauty of a Brick House" 
"Maintenance of a Brick House" 
"Brick House Safe from Fire" 
"The Choice— Frame or Brick" 
"A Revolution in Building Materials' 



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These booklets furnish Architects valuable 
information to use in talking with their 
clients. 

Copies of the above may be obtained 
from either Association. 



Chicago Face Brick Association 

Chamber of Commerce, Chicago 



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Chamber of Commerce Building, Chicago 



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Architects will benefit greatly from the 
increased use of brick instead of wood 
in building construction. 

iHIS is especially true of the 
younger architects whose 
services will be in demand 
for the planning and superintend- 
ence of residences of moderate cost. 
In the smaller towns, and the suburbs 
of cities, a carpenter generally plans 
as well as constructs a frame house. 
If the liouse is built of brick it means 
work for the architect. 
y The out of date impression still exists 

that a brick house costs a great deal 
more than a similar wooden house. 
The increased cost of lumber, and 
the lower cost of brick, makes this 
extra cost very slight. 



"^When insurance, painting, repairs, etc..*!^ 

I are taken into account, the brick house is I 

\^cheaper. We are prepared to furnish J 

documents that prove this, and shall be 

glad to furnish them at your request. 



Chicago Face Brick Association 




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WILLIAM P. WILLIAMS, Pres. and Treas. 
W. C. BOWMAN, Secretary 



SAMUEL W. ALLERTON, Vice-President 
H. C. LEICHSENRING, General Manat^er 



Art Marble Company 



Manufacturers of 



Mosaic Tile Floors 

Office and Factory, Flournoy and Rockwell Streets 



TELEPHONE WEST 306 



Chicago 




More than two-thirds of the large 
office buildings in Chicago use 



Central Station 
Service 



For Lighting and Power 



<n 



The owners buy electricity for less 
money, delivered, than it would cost 
them to make it, and are free from the 
obnoxious features connected with the 
private plant— the smoke nuisance, 
the fuel problem, dust, dirt and de- 
preciation, to say nothing of the 
valuable space occupied which could 
be usedjor rented to advantage. 

We will make a free test of your 
plant upon request. Ask us to send 

you our folder "/Jo Vou A'no-r H'/7.i/ // 

C'isii Your' Phone Randolph 1280. 



Commonwealth EdisonCo. 

Edison Building 

139 Adams Street, Chicago 



R. S. HALDEMAN, President 



M. F. SHUGRUE, Secretary and Treasurer 



LENNOX-HALDEMAN COMPANY 

Plastering 

1101 RECTOR BUILDING, Telephone Central 1758 

CHICAGO 



ESTABLISHED 1884 



INCORPORATED 1900 



14: 



ANTI 



AQUA 



ANTAKWA 

WATERPROOFS— PROTECTS FINISHES 

Damp Resisting Paints, Cement Coatings {Colored) 
THE ANTAKWA COMPANY 



403 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

TELEPHONE MAIN 3893 



CHICAGO 



The 

David J. Braun Mfg. Co. 

West Washington and Union Streets 
CHICAGO 



cTVIANUFACTURERS OF LIGHTING FIXTURES 



CEILING LIGHTS 
BRACKETS 

CANDELABRA 
STANDARDS 



FROM cARCHITECT'S 

ORo ORIGINAL DESIGNS 
IN oANY PERIOD 

OF cyiRCHITECTURE 



I'KI.EPHONE CKN IRAL H,S8 



C. EVERETT CLARK COMPANY 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
:: :: AND BUILDERS :: :: 



SUriK 1405-6. TITLE AND TRUSl" BUILDINCi 

100 WASHINGTON STREET CHICACJO, ILLINOIS 



14G 




J. M. nODD 



Telephone Harrison 241.< 



HAWES & DODD 

Tiles, Ceramic Mosaics 
and Fireplace Furnishings 

GATELY BUILDING, 24 ADAMS STREET 

CHICAGO 



Aki'iUs fur 
Maw c'v C'o's luialisli 'I'iU'S and Mosaics 



I'aclory ami Wareluuise 
MO WliST ADAMS S IRKK T 



Telephone Dearborn 291 



OFFICE ca. WORKS 
Franklin and Ontario Streets 



HEATH-JOHNSON CO. 



INCORPORATl-D 



cTWANUFACTURERS AND DESIGNERS OF 

ORNAMENTAL IRON AND BRONZE 

IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 



CONTRACTS EXECUTED IN ANY PART OF THE UNITED STATES 

References : cy4ny Leading Architect 



CHICAGO 



ARNOLD HINKENS 
President 



G. A. KUEHL 
Vice-Pres. 



CONRAD BRAUN 

Secy. CSi, Treas. 



BUTLER STREET FOUNDRY CS, IRON CO. 

STRUCTURAL AND c^RCHITECTURAL STEEL o^ND IRON 
WORK. ALL KINDS OF BOILER AND GENERAL CASTINGS 

Telephone Yards 1265 

3422-3432 BUTLER STREET 

CHICAGO 



]47 



Edward 
Middleton 



Plastkring Contractor 

PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PLASTEKING 
516 Chamber of Commerce, CHICACjO 

TKI.KPHONE MAIN 2(>s.t 




Samson Spot Sash Cord 



Made (if extra (juality stock, care full v inspecteci and P^—-** — _ Omu«I *««. lAf ^^1. ^ 
tfuaranteed free from all imperfections of ht'aid <>r OSmSOII b0r03QC VffOrKS 

fiiiiah. ('an l)e distinKuislied at a glance by our 
trade-mark, the Spots in the ConJ. Send for 
samples . tests, etc. 



BOSTON, MASS. 



NEW YORK 



CHICAGO 



Henry Bosch 
Company 

KXCLUSIVE NOVELTIES IN 

Wall Papers 

Imported and Domestic 

Lin-O-Wall Aerochrome 

Grass Cloth Sanitas 

Jap. I>eathers Sanatile 



338-340 WABASH AVKM'K 

Near Congress Street 

Teleiihone Harrison "'^nO 



Meacham & Wright 
(company 

Lehigli and Atlas Portland 
Cement 

Utica Cement 

Paving Blocks 

Impervious Face Brick 

III (Iray, Butf, Mottled and Red Colors 

Sand Mold Brick 



805, 206 La Salle Street 

lirick I)e|iarlmenl and Mxliibit K(j()ni 

205 and 206 Chamber of C'onimerce Buildiiijj 

lEI.KI'HONK I'RANKI.IN 95 
All l)e|>artments 



L. H. Prentice Company 

KSTAIIIJSHED iHj- 

Engineers and Contractors for Steam and 
Hot Water Heating and Ventilating 
Apparatus, Power Plants and Pozver Piping 





Hot Hlast Heatine: ami Proh.ibly tiic i.tri;e>i 
Mechanical Ventilation ''/'" "' !'''^ !^'"'' '" 

the world, viz.: e\- 

' cliisively steam an<l 

^, , ,, ,, no liot water heating aii- 

hilp/ioni HatltSOIl / /dd „arauis Tluu Hr.,is 

24-26 Sherman St.. ^Vf^r^lX" Chicago 



^^Contractors for Piping of All Descriptions^' 

DAVIS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 



41 Dearborn Street 



CHICACO, ILLINOIS 



148 



I'AL'I. WILMS, I'resiileiit 



AR THIR J. r. Bi:NNi:rr, Seiy ^iiul Knuiiu'er 
l.ont; l)ist;UK-f leleplioiu' RANlioi.l'li 14H,S 

KENWOOD BRIDGE CO. 

ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS 
OF STRUCTl'RAL STEEL WORK 

Office, First National iiaiik Building, Chicago Works, Grand Crossing, Illinois 

Si EEL ROOFS, BRIIXJES, COLUMNS, GIRDERS, EEC. 

Made from our Chic.njo stock for promiU deliveries 

1) K S I <; N S A N 1) K S 1' 1 M A T K S E- l' K N 1 S II K I) ON A 1' r I. 1 C A 11(1 N 



WA S H 1^ D AIR OFFICE BUILDINGS 

CJas Huildintr, Chicago 

Ki'sner Kuildinf^, Chicago 

('ourt House anil City Hall, Chiiaj^o 

Boston Store, Chicago 

Sie>fel, C'ooper & Co., ChicaKO 

li. K. Doiinellf.v & Sons Co., Chicajfo 

Sulzl)erKer & Sons, ("hicaKo 

Morris & Co., Kansas Cit.v, Oklahoma and (Jliii-aKo 

Gimliel Building, New York 

N. Y. C. & H. K. R., New York 

I'riidential Insurance Buildinif, Newark, N.J. 

Bureau of American Repulilics. WashinKtoii, 1). C 

Agricultural Laboratories, Washington, 1). C. 

Municipal Courts liuildinjc, Washintfton. I). C. 

Supervising Architect's Office, Treasur.v Building. 

Washington, I). C. 
National Museum, Wa.shin^ton, I). ('. 
FonI Building, Detroit 
Brotherhood Locomotive Knjfineers' Building, 

Cleveland, Ohio 
Larkin Soap Co., BufTalo, N. Y. 
Mct!reer,v & Co. Store, Fittsburtfh, I'a. 
Alletfhen.v Co. C'ourt House, I'ittsllur^fh. I'a. 
I'orter Locomotive \SOrks, I'ittshurnh, I'a. 
Famous Department Store, St. Louis 
('ream of Wheat Building, Minneajiolis 
I'l.vmouth Building, Minneapolis 
Municipal (Courts Buiklinir, St. Ijouis 
Fostoria tJlass Co., Moundsville, W. Va. 
Dollar Trust & Savings Bank, Wheeling, W. Va. 
Cit.v National Bank, Omaha, Neli. 
Boston Stock Kxchantfe, Boston 

In each ca.«e owner and architect were convinced of the economic value of 

THOMAS' ACME AIR PURIFYING AND COOLING SYSTEM 

IT MKANS Nint.v KiKht and a half per cent Cleansing Efficiency 

IT MKANS maintaining a healthy and comfortable detrree of humidit,\ 

IT MEANS Air Coolintf to within four denfrees of temperature of water used 

Representatives in all lartfe cities. Ask for new 80-patre booklet 




i:tO Carpenter Street, CHICACO 



THOMAS & SMITH, INC. 

CiKNKKAl, OKFUKS AND WoKKS 
IxiMR Distance Telephoni': Monroe .V.'ll 



in; Broadway. NEW YORK 



H.G.MacLFLLAN&CO. 



SPECLAI.ISTS IN 
ROOFINC; SLATK 



11. 'S Dearborn Street 



Chicago 



'Felephone C'entral 3440 



JOHN NfAVOR 
President and Tre.isiirer 

■felephones; 



MOR ION R. .\IA\OR 

Secretary 



• Centr.il 24.''.^ 
( Automatic ^X'ly 



William Mavor Gompany 



CONTRAC TORS 
AND BUILDKRS 



1 64 Dearborn Street 



Chicago 



14H 



Teleplione Lincoln 602 



F. O. BAUMANN MFG. CO. 



KornuTly Willi:ini H. Warren MfK'. Co 



HIGH GRADE C A B I N i: T WORK 
HARDWOOD INTERIOR HOUSE FINISHINGS- 
BANK AND OF V I C K V I X T V R K S 



Bl.ACKHAWK. ST. AND SMITH AVK 
CHICACO 



COWAN 



THF. PIRCHASE OF COWAN FrRNrilRK 
FORESTALLS ALL FLRTHLR RLCJRK'I' 



LIBRARY FURNITURE 

DINING ROOM FURNITURE 

BEDROOM FURNITURE 

HALL FURNITURE 



W. K. COWAN & COMPANY 



Fine Arts Building 



203 to 207 Michigan Avenue 



\:>o 




JOSEPH DUX 

2112-18 \V. VAN BURKN SI". 

m:ar hoynk a\e. 
TELKl'HONF, VVKST 1703 



BLUE PRINTS 
DRAWING MATERIALS 

Am^riran Mm Print 



IRADK MARK 




Main Office 

294 DEARBORN STREET 

Phones: 
Harrison 6571-6572 Automatic 6I3II7 

Branch Office 
RAILWAY EXCHANGE BUILDING 

Pliones: 
Harrison 1541 Automatic 610(13 

CHICAGO. 



ll-l.El'HONi; MAIN 72'. 



Eugene Dietzgen Co. 

Manufacturers 

Drawing Instruments 
and Materials 

Solar and Electric Light Printing 

PROMPT SERVICE EXCELLENT WORK 

181 MONROE STREET 

CHICAGO. 



F. I). CROFOOT 



PHONE 759 MAIN N. NIEI.SON 

PRINTING BY ELECTRIC LIGHT 

Crofoot, Nielson CS, Company^ 

BLUE PRINTERS 

BLUE PRINTING. BLACK PRINTING BLUE LINE AND COLOR PRINTING 

Special Service Always — Speed and Results. Big Floor Space and Equipment for Rush Orders 



167-169 E. Washington Street 



Chicago, Illinois 



ir.i 



Telephone Canal 1463 

Architectural 

Decorating 

Company 

1600-1606 South 
Jefferson Street 
Corner 1 6th 

Chicago, Illinois 



SPECIAL 
CAPITALS 
IN CLASSIC 
AND MODERN 
DESIGNS 

Manufacturers of 
ARTISTIC 
RELIEF 
DECORATIONS 
FOR EXTERIOR 
AND INTERIOR 
USE, ALSO 
PLAIN 
PLASTERING 



THE ORNAMENTAL BRONZE \A^ORK IN THE r 
PEOPLES GAS LIGHT C& COKE CO., BUILDING 
CHICAGO, ILL., D. H. BURNHAM CS, CO., ARCHI- 
TECTS, WAS MADE BY 

JNO. WILLIAMS, Inc. 

ORNAMENTAL IRON AND BRONZE 

556 West 27th Street 
NKW YORK 



KROESCHELL BROTHERS CO 



444 WEST ERIE STREET 



PHONE NORTH 261 



ICE AND REFRIGER- 
ATING MACHINERY 

(Carbonic Anhydride) 

For Hotels, Factories, Office 
Buildings, Cold Storage, Ice- 
Making, etc. - - - 



BOILERS 



Wate Tube Fire Box 

Return Tubular Hot Water 

General Plate Wqrk 

Steel Stacks Breechings 

Tanks Feed Water Heaters 



STEAM FITTING 

Power Piping Steam Heating 
Hot Water Heating 

We build and install complete 
Power Plant 



HENNE & COMPANY 
Contractors 

And Dealers in All Kinds of Cut and Sawed Stone 

S. E. Corner of Fleetwood and Blanche Sts. C<rliC( ACjO 



Samuel S. Greeley, Pres. Sylvester N. Ho«\ird, Sec. 

Morris I.. Greeley, \'ice-Pres. ;ind Treus. 

Greeiey-Howard Co. 

Surveyors 

Established in IS.M 
Room S22, Chicaeo Opera House Hlock 

112 Clark Street 

Telephone Main 14U, ChlCagO 



Louis \it'rliiiK, Pres. 

C. J. N'ierlina, \'iie Pres. 



John (;. Kreer, \iie Pres 
Noinian Spei»;hl, Sec. 



Vierling Steel Works 

I'ormerly \'ierlini;, .McDowell & Co. 

Mtinufacturers of Structural and Ornamental 
IRON AND STEEL 



Telephone Calumet y(>4 



(Office and Works: 

23rd St. and Stewart Ave. 



Chicago 



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ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 

WHEN IN NEED OF ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHS CALL 

The Chicago Architectural Photographing Co. 

1749 Marquette Building, 204 DEARBORN STREET 

Central t921 



BTJLLEY AND ANDREAVS 

MASONRY : CARPENTRY : RE-CON CRI<:TL: 



ll."> DlOAUUORN STKKKT 



(IIlC'ACiO 



M. EWING FOX & CO. 



WHITE 
BEST GENUINE 



PCRNANITE 



.. WATER PAINT . 



For 

FACTORIES 

MILLS 

WAREHOUSES 

SHEDS 

GARAGES 



Manufacturers of 

Calcimines 



anc 



Water Paints 



Factory 

1 36th St. and Rider Ave. 

New York City 

Western Branch 

1 07 E. Lake Street 

Chicago 




For 

RESIDENCES 

SCHOOLS 

CHURCHES 

THEATRES 

OFFICES 



Mueller Colonial Self-Closing Faucets 

Are Unconditionally Guaranteed. Some of the Chicago Buildings in which they 
may be seen m operation are : 

Palmer House The Hofbrau First Nat'l Bank Bldg. 

Brevoort Hotel The Printers Bldg. New York Life Bldg. 

Congress Hotel Illinois Athletic Club Marshall Field (retail) 

Kaiserhoff Hotel Old Colony Bldg. The Republic Bldg. 



H. MUELLER MFG. CO. 



Decatur, Illinois 



Chicago: 37 Dearborn St. 





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U}K!<JJ 




BATHROOMS, to contribute a maximum of comfort and usefulness 
should be clean, sanitary and inviting. Fixtures of solid por- 
celain possess many desirable features and surpass all others in 
durability and beauty. The substantial thickness of over two inches 
gives a life time of service; the pure white surface is symbolic of 
cleanliness and retains it's lustre indefinitely. The material readily 
lends itself to most handsome and luxurious designs. You are in- 
vited to visit us or write for information and catalogs. 

THE J. L. MOTT IRON WORKS 

Fifth Ave. and 17th Street 135 Adams Street 

New York City Chicago, 111. 



154 



COBB, WHYTE & LAEMMER CO. 

HARDWARE 

For All Kinds of Buildings 

Old Number New Number 

45 Clark Street 179 N. Clark St. 

CHICAGO 

Telephone Randolph 2270 


Telephones {£11^2002 

M. J. Corboy Co. 

Plumbing 

House Drainage 

Gas Fitting 

177 Randolph St. CHICAGO 


Kxpanded Metal 

for a 1 classes of reinforced concrete construction. 

Valuable desi^'nino" data sent on rec|uest. 

) 

K SO- BURS 

Expanded Metal Plastering Lath 

is the perfect metal lath, because it ^ives a perfect 
''key" and imbeds itself complete y. 


North Western h.xpanded Metal Co. 

930-950 Old Colony Buildinfr 

Chicago, 111. 


Telephone Main 3418 Res. Tel. I J^'-KlAS 

Menke-Thielberg Co. 

General Contractors 

1 01 8 Chicago Opera House Block 

Masonry, Carpentry and 
Reinforced Concrete Work 

Our Specialty CHICAGO 


p. M. MURPHY M. M. KEELEY 

MURPHY-KEELEY CO. 

Modern Plumbing 

GAS FITTING and SEWERAGE 

45 E. Congress Street 

,,, , 1 ^ Bet. Waba.sh Ave. and State St. 

Harrison 4598 CHICAGO 



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Q A prTY. Positive — determinate design, fl Absolute 

fire protection. *l Large factor of safety due 
to neglecting strength of tile in compression. 

FFFICIFNCY* Depth makes for stiffness — rigidity. 
L-.1 1 IV^li-illV^ 1 . cj-pile means a light weight, sound 

proof floor. ^iLong spans without intermediate beams. 
^Ceiling plaster put on tile surface direct — no lath or ex- 
panded metal or smooth concrete. 

ni IR ARII ITY' Tile— concrete— steel. <" Each giv- 
l^V^'lX.n.UlL.l 1 1 • ing what the other lacks to the 

perfect whole. 



Corrugated Bar Company 

District Office 

Commercial National Bank Building 
CHICAGO 

New York Philadelphia St. Louis Buffalo 



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FIRE PROOF WINDOWS 



SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS 



Harry C. Knisely Company 



506-508 S. Canal Street 



Chicacjo 



P&L 



Varnishes, 
Stains and 
Fillers mean beauty — 
permanence — practi- 
cability 

Their Specification means a 
Satisfied Client 

PRATT & LAMBERT 

INC 

320-330 W. 26th STREET. CHICAGO 



NEW VORK 
LONDON 



FACTORIES: 

BUFFALO 
PARIS 
BRIDGEBURG. CANADA 



CHICAGO 
HAMBURG 



Orr & Lockett Hardware Co. 



(Kstablished 1872) 



BUILDERS' AND GENERAL 
HARDWARE 



WE CARRY tlu' finest line of 
I'uilders' and General Hardware 
to be found n the West, and are pre- 
pared to handle anything from an 
order for a sintrle item to the contract 
for the largest office buildintr or 
hotel. Our references are the build- 
int^s we have furnished. 

Architects should send for our 
Builder's Hardware Catalog which 
shows everything necessary to e(iuip 
any buildint;. 



ORR & LOCKETT 

HARDWARE COMPANY 



71-73 Randolph St. 



Chicago 



K. H.\K\F •^ \\'ii< I-, I'rcst. 



(iid. C. Wn.ci-, \'ire-Prest. «!v: Troiis 



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1 t.lei.lH.iu.s , (^.,,,,,1,,, 



Inns. E. W'l \.i ^ . Sih y 



THE T. WILCE COMPANY 



POLKSHED HARDWOOD FLOORINCJ 
KILN DRIED AND END MATCHED 



22nd and Throop Strkkts 



CHICA(H) 



157 



I'honc Krankliiv 11(11 

E. P. Strandber^ Company 

GENERAL 
CONTRACTORS 
AND BUILDERS 

Suilf li;{;) stock Excliantie lUiildintf 
La Salle and Washintrton CHICAGO 



J. H. WINN 



V. 1!. KF.NDALL 
Trcas. 

I'hoiu' Main ls>l 



N.J. PAliKNT 
Scc'.v. 



Tht 



StatesPlasterin^Co, 



(inc. I 



7;W and 740 Cliicat,'o'Stt)cl< Exi'lians^'c iillildin^ 
CHICA(;0, ILL. 



IvKIlM HRO'K COMPAQ V 

CONTRACTORS 

POWER PLANTS and PIPING 

STZAM (HEATING APPARATUS) water 

VENTILATING SYSTEMS 

CHICAGO 



WILLIAM 11. WAIiKKN 
I 'res 'I and Trcas. 



'rcli'phonc 
Hari'iHon 7HS 



The 



Warren Construction Co. 

Ci E N E R A L 
CONTRACTORS 
FOR BUILDINGS 

Suite lir)'2-3 Monadnoek iUiildinu 

chic:ago 



Tcli'plionr Main l!t7:i 



Hulbert & Dorsey 

PLUMBING CONTRACTORS 



Conti'artors for New Nofthwcstern Raiiwa.s' Co's. 
Station at Canal and Madisoti Streets 



20L> Laki> SttH^'t 



Chicago 



Jiiliii c. >^iiii<iii ^^ 111. II. ^iriiili Siiiiiiicl ('. siciM 

I'rcs. ami Ticas Vicr-ri-cs. anil Su]it. Scc'y 

'!'clc'|)li(iiii's: 
Ccntrai il.Min Auldnialic i;!-|.').') 



John C. Sutton Company 

CONTRACTORS 1 OR 

PLASTERING 

I- LAIN AND O R \ A M i: N T A L 

Si 11- K (ill) iMKSr XaIICiNAI. p. .ANK I'. I ll.lll.NI, 

C II ic \i,() 



Ma.son Work a Special t.v 



I'huni' Franklin l:'.i 



Neunkirchen Sl Puvo^el 



MASONS AND 
GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



Room 1018, 112 So. Clark St. 



CHICAGO 



I'rank I'aschen 



Hrnr\" Lasrheti 



Paschen Bros. 

MASONS 
AND (iENERAL CONTRACTORS 

Suite 7(i:!, 11;') Dearborn Street 
TeleDhone Central t)i)i)5 CHICAGO 



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'Vilcphoiic 
Harnsoii 




Aiilonuilic 

'llllpllOllf 

5l(>7- 



u. s. 

Blue Print Paper 
Company 

Dnricifiif; Materials 
Dt'auiy/jfiuiT Room Supplies 

Blue P)-i?ifi?ij^ 



263-265 La Salle Street 
- CHICACK) 



Tlie Illinois 
Icrra C^otta I>umber (^o. 

,,^ Manutacturers ami CJoiitractors 
of all kinds of 

HOLLOW TILE 

I'or FiroproofiiiK Purposes 

43') l< ( ) () k e r V B u i I d i n g, 
CHICACO 

I'l'IflilioiU' W'inks: 



W.ih.ish 2:^7-4 



I' I I. I.MAN, 1 1,1,. 



eil,\S, W. SI.MON 

I'rni.lrnl 



'rc'lr|j|ii)iU' Il.irrisoii S(i 



Interior Mantel & J ile 
Company 

Coutrddot.i fur 

Wall, Floor and 
Fireplace Tiling 



Otfii'e iinil Sliiiwrdonis 
.Slh I'liior. Is;lhcll;i BIdi;, 



46 1".. \'an Buren St. 

cnic'ACJo 















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Decorators 

Supply 

Co. 

Archer Ave. and Leo St. 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

^rcl)it<ictural plastic 

Ornaments 

In 

"plaster - dement - Woo6 
(Tomposition 



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r. C. G LEIGH 

Interior Decorating 

Fine Wood Finishin,<\' --^ 
and Paintint^" 

2860 Evanston Avenue 



A.H.ABBOTT S,CO. 

1 a WAB AJS H AVE . bRLSHES 

OPPOSITE MARSHALL FIELD & CO. SiD^DC 







^ MATH' INS T RUMENTS 'O 
"jRACINlfcLOTH. 



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DRdWINQ • 5UFrUE5. 



Telephone Lincoln 629 



Albert J. Ward Co. 

(Successors to Edwards & Ward) 

Stone Contractors 



Office and Works 

FULLERTON AVENUE BRIDGE 

CHICAGO 



Kst.iblistu-il 1.S47 



Incoriiorated ISXS 



M. W. Powell Co. 

All Kinds of Roofing 

Combined Flax Felt and Wool Felt 
and Actinolite Roofs. Flat Tile Roofs 
for Roof Gardens. Contracts Taken 
and Executed Anywhere in the 
United States 

Roofintt Material and Tools 

Telephone Central 90:! 

204 Dearborn St., Suite 1107-8, CHICAGO 



Asbestos and Magnesia 
Products 

Buildhii^ and Insulating Materials 
Electrical Goods 
. Linolite llltiniinatioji 

H. W. JOHNS-MANVILLE CO. 

27-29 Michigan Ave., CHICAGO 



IliO 



SCHWEIZER&WESTMFG.CO 

The Firm That Made the 
COUNCIL CHAMBER BEAUTIFUL 

With Its 
FINE ENGLISH OAK FINISH 



CONTRACTORS 
AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

Special Cabinet Work for 

Public Buildings, 
Residences and Offices 



310 TO 324 N. ADA ST., CHICAGO 



James J. Dwyer 

PLASTERING CONTRACTOR 

61.^ Roanoke Building 
145 La Salle Street, Chicago 



Telephone Central 718 



TflfiilKinf Main 1 7s') 
I clt'plioiie '(■.irii-i ■f"i54 
Aulom.ilic 12-S.T2 



Ksl.iblisln'il 1S.N2 



Stresenreuter Bros. 

General Contradtors 

1012 CHAMBHK OF COMMHRCH 



CHICACO 



IGl 



Chicago Varnish Company 

Chicago 



Established 1865 



New York 



SHIPOLEUM 

A very durable varnish for interior 
finish. 



SUPREMIS FLOOR FINISH 

The original floor varnish. 



having no lustre. 



SPECIAL WOOD STAINS 

Of the most exquisite shades. 

FLORSATIN 

A varnish imparting a wax finish to il<r>l AMrLJ-(b 
floors, but containing no wax. 



DEAD-LAC 

For interiors — a protective coating 



Of the highest grade. 
All the above of the very highest quality 



Chicago Varnish Company 



2100 Elston Avenue 



CHICAGO 



FRED "W. DODGE, President and Gen'l Mgr. 
HENRY W. DESMOND, Vice-President 



CLINTON W. SWEET, Treasurer 
FRANKLIN T. MILLER, Secretary 



The F. W. Dodge Company 

Established 1884 Incorporated 1896 

Construction Reports 



NEW YORK, 11 E. 24th St. BOSTON, 114 Federal St. CHICAGO, Monadnock Bldg. 

PHILADELPHIA, 603 Chestnut St. PITTSBURGH, Bessemer Bldg. 



F. CADENHEAD 
P. LORIMER 



Phone Randolph 1002 



CADENHEAD &- CO. 

Carpenters, Builders and General Contractors 

301 Roanoke, 145 La Salle Street 

CHICAGO 



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John Flindall & Company 



Interior Marble Work 



2016-2020 Kinzie Street 



Cllicai2;(), 111. 



B. HANSON 



H. A. HANSON, 



HANSON BROTHERS 

Contractors and Builders 

Room 409, 59 Dearborn Street 



Telephoiu' Central H824 



CHICAGO 



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HARTMANN-SANDERS CO. 



MAM I'AC ITIiKHS OK 



Koll's Patent Lock Joint Columns 



1- OR IN r E R 1 O R 
AND EXTERIOR USE 

C O I. O N I A I. 
ARCHITECrURAl. 
W O O 1) W O R K 




Eastern Office: 
1 123 Broadway, NEW YORK CITY 



Main Office and Factory: 
Etston and Webster Aves., CHICAGO 



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This Home, with floor plans, is one 
of 120 illustrations in our book 
"Concrete Houses and Cottages" 



A. (1. Kic-hardson, ArchiU'ct 




ATLAS 

PORTLAND 

CEMENT 



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30 Broad Street, New York 

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in the world. Over 50.000 barrels per day. 



Wm. Morrice 



TELEPHONE MAIN 613 



J. Barron 



MORRICE & BARRON 

CARPENTERS AND 
GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



Rooms 820-830, 125 La Salle Street 

Yard and Shop 1 173- 1 179 W. Confiress St. 



CHICAGO 



JAMES TODD 



ADAM TODD 



WM. GILLESPIE 



James Todd & Co. 

MASON AND GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

Suite 613, 145 La Salle St, Chicago 



New Number 9 So. La Salle Street 



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BOOK OF THE TWENTY 
FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBI 
TION OF THE CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 




IN FHK GAL[>KRIKS OK THE 
ART INSriTUTE, CHICACJO 
APRIL 9 TO APRIL 28, 1912 



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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



IN PRESENTING THIS ANNUAL CATALOG. THE CHICAGO ARCHI- 
TECTURAL CLUB WISHES TO EXPRESS ITS GRATITUDE : 

'X'O THE PATRONS. FOR THEIR LIBERAL AND HEARTY SUPPORT. 
ENABLING THE PUBLICATION OF THIS VOLUME. AND AIDING 
TOWARDS THE REALIZATION OF THIS EXHIBITION ; 

'X'O THE EXHIBITORS. WHO. BY GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS OF 
THEIR WORKS. MAKE POSSIBLE THESE ANNUAL EXHIBITIONS. 
THEREBY ENCOURAGING AND PROMOTING A POPULAR APPRE- 
CIATION OF ARCHITECTURE AND THE ALLIED FINE ARTS. 



'X'O THE ART "INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO. FOR ITS COURTEOUS 
HOSPITALITY IN EXTENDING TO THE CLUB THE USE OF ITS 
GALLERIES. 



COMMITTEE ON ANNUAL EXHIBITION 



EDWIN F. GILLETTE 

THE PRESIDENT 

ROY A. LIPPINCOTT 

CHAIRMAN OF KXHIBITION COMMITTEE 

ELMER T. NETTENSTROM 

CLARENCE J. BROWN 

OTTO A. SILHA 



JURY OF ADMISSION 

FRANCIS W. PUCKEY 

CHAIRMAN 

WALTER BURLEY GRIFFIN 

GEORGE C. NIMMONS 
THOMAS E. TALLMADGE 
ROY A. LIPPINCOTT 



OTTO A SILHA - 

IRIANUKIK Ol- EXHllilllON i I ' N I) 



EDWIN F. (ilLLKTrE 

KDIIOK l)K CAI AI.OC, 



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PATRONS OK THE EXHIBITION. 

Alschuler, Ai.kred S., 28 East Jackson Boulevard. 

American Terra Cotta & Ceramic Co., 200S Peoples Gas Building. 

Athey Company, 1907 Michigan Avenue. 

Atlas Portland Cement Co., Chicago, New York. 

Baker, Frank S., Harris Trust Building. • 

Beaumont George, 25 North Dearborn Street. 

Berlin, Robert C, 19 South La Salle Street. 

Burnham, D. H., 1417 Railway Exchange Building _^ 

Cabot, Samuel (Inc.), Manufacturing Chemists, Chicago Brch , 350 Dearborn Ave. 

Chicago Face Brick Association : 

Bonner Sc Marshall Co., 1205 Chamber of Commerce. 

Hydraulic- Press Brick Co , 301-303 Chamber of Commerce. 

Jenkins & Reynolds Co., 1210 Chamber of Commerce. 

S, S. Kimbell Brick Co., 304-305 Chamber of Commerce. 

Meacham & Wright Co., 205-206 Chamber of Commerce. 

Thomas Moulding Co., i 201-1202 Chamber of Commerce. 

Wisconsin Lime & Cement Co., 607 Chamber of Commerce 
Chicago Portland Cemeni' Co., 30 North La Salle Street. 
Chicago Varnish Comi-an^', 2100 Elston Avenue. 
Combs, Rogers M., 1203 Chamber of Commerce. 
Commonwealth Edison Company, i 20 West Adam.-; Street. 
Consolidated Stone Co.\ii'a\'>', 325 Monadnock Block 
CoRBiN, P. & F., 58-60 West Lake Street. 
Dearborn Foundry Company, 1525 South Dearborn Street. 
Detrott Graphite Co., Paint Makers, 164.6 Monadn )ck Building. 
Drummo\d, William, 288 Oak Avenue, River Fo"est, 111 
Du\M.\(;, N. Ma.x, 35 South Dearborn Street. 
Du.Y, Joseph, 2112-2118 West Van Buren Street. 
EcKLAND & DeArment, MoHne, III. 
Gillette, Edwin F., 8 South Dearborn Street. 
Gleich, T. C, 2860 Evanston Avenue. 
Gross, Oskar, Artist, i 9 East Pearson Street. 

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Hyi.and ^'v Gri;i \, 1519 Heyworth Building. 

Knisklv, Harry C. Co., "5106-508 South Canal Street. 

LANDyuisT & Ili.slkv Co. , 1 I oo North Clark Street. 

Ludowici-Celadon Company, izi6 Chamber ot Commerce. 

McNuLTY Bros. Comi-any, 1455 Railway Exchange. 

MuRPHY-Ki'KLKY C(j., Plumbing Contractors, 23 East Congress Street. 

National Lkau Co, 900 West 18th Street. 

NiMMONS, Georce C, 2007 Peoples Gas Building. 

Oils, W. A., & Edwin H. Ci.ark, 105 South Dearborn Street. 

Ottenheimkr, Sikrn & Rkichkri-, Architects, 105 West Monroe Street. 

Paithrson c"v Davidson, 53 West Jackson Boulevard. 

Pauldinc;, John, Sculptor, 64 East Van Buren Street. 

Pond, Ir\inc K., 1107 Steinway Hall. 

Pratt & Lamiuirt, Inc., Varnish Makers, 320 West 26th Street. 

Prid.viorh, J. E. O,, 1701 First National Bank Building. 

Ravvson, Lorinc; A., 11 14 Steinway Hall. 

RiDDLK & Riddm;, Peoples Gas Building. 

Schmidt, Richard E., Garden & Martin, 179 West Washington Street. 

SiLHA, Otto A., 720 Tribune Building. 

Snydhr, [. W., Co., General Contractors, Peoples (ias Building. 

Si'ENCKR cS: PovvKRs, Architects, 1200 Steinway Hall. 

Si'iKRLiNc; iv LiNDHN, Interior Decorators and Furnishers, 1216 Michigan Avenue. 

Standard Varmsh Works, 2620 Armour Avenue. 

The Linden Co., Art Glass, 1216 Michigan Avenue. 

ViKRLiNc Stkhi. Works, 23d Street and Stewart Avenue. 

\ON Hoi.sT & Fyi'i:, 907 Steinway Hall. 

Wight, Pktkr B., President ill. Chapter A. I. A., 11 13 Chamber of Commerce. 

Yale & Towm: Mfc;. Co., 74 East Randolph Street. 

Zimmerman, W, Carbys, Steinway Hall. 



THE CHICAGO ARCIiniiCl URAL CLUB 

39 Wkst Adams vStkki<:t 



OFFICERS 

191 1-191Z 

EDWIN F. GILLETTE 



Presidknt 



ROY A. LIPPINCOTT 

Secretary 



OTTQ A. SILHA 

Trkasurkr 



DIRECTORS 



Directors 10 May, 191 2 
MARK M. LEVINGS 
ELMER T. NETTENSTROM 
ELLIOT *R. ANDREWS, Associate 



Directors ro May, 191 3 
EDWARD O. NELSON 
CLARENCE ]. BROWN 
ROGERS M. COMBS, Associate 



COMMITTEES 

191 1-191 2 

ExHimnoN 
ROY A. LIPPINCOTT, Chairman 



CLARENCE J. BROWN 



-ELVIER T. NETTENSTROM 



OTTO A. SILHA 



ScHOI.ARSHir 

CLARENCE J. BROWN, Chairman 
EDWARD O. NELSON LEON BURGHOFEER 



ROGERS M. COMBS 



Membkrshii' 
ELMER T. NETTENSTROM, Chairman 

OTTO A. SILHA 



House 

ROGERS M. COMBS, Chairman 

MARK M. LEVINGS EDWARD O. NELSON 

ARTHUR C HANIFIN, Librarian 



Educationai, 

ELLIOT R. ANDREWS, Chairman 

CLARENCE J. BROWN ROY A. LIPPINCOTT 

Puni,ic Action 

EDWARD O. NELSON, Chairman 
ROGERS M. COMBS MARK M. LEVINGS 



THE CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 



LIST OF MEMBERS 



Ai,scHui,KR, Ar.i'Ri';i) S. 
Andkrson, IIki^ge a. 
Andkkws, Ai^krkd B. 

AWSUMB, GEOROK 

Baggh, Christian U 
Bkhr, R. Thi-;oi)ori'; 
Bkhrknds, John 
Beman, S. S. 
^KNNKT'r, Arthur J T 
BiCKNKij., Ai,i'R]';i) H 
Blakh, Chari.I';.s G 
BODLK, A. T. 
Bristi,!';. JosiU'h H. 
Brown, Ci<ari';nci'; J. 
Buckktt, Arthur C. 
Bucki.ky Ram'H J. 
Burnham, DanikIv II. 
Burnham, Huhkrt 
BuRCHOi'i'im, Li;on 

BUSCH, WiM. 

Carr, Harry W. 
Church, Myron II 
coomdgh, v.hari,1';s a. 
Di:an, Gi<;orgiv R. 
DoDi), John M. 
DuNDEROAi^H, Gi';oR(;i'; J. 
DuNNiNc;, N Max 
IU)\VNT()N, Hi<;ri!Ert R. 
FlvIJ<0\VS, WlIJ.IA.M K. 

Fischer, John B. 
Fog EI., R. W 
Giij.i'XrE, FlnwiN l'\ 
Graham, R. R. 
IIaagen, Paui, T. 
IIaei,, Alfred G. 
Hamh.t»)N, John L. 
Hanifin, Arthur C. 
HiuiN, Arthur 
hoei'pner, r. a. 
Hooper, Wm. T. 
HouPERT, Pierre f; 



ACTIVE 

1900 Steger Building 

2857 Shakespeare Avenue 

25 North Dearborn Street 

6047 Kimbark Avenue 

2103 Mozart Street 

21 Rast Van Buren Street 

1614 Corn Rxchange Bank Building 

Harvester Building 

1416 First National Bank Building 
1425 Carmen Avenue 

720, 108 South La Salle Street 
1925 Jackson Boulevard 
565S Ridge Avenue 
10338 Seeley Avenue 
1100, 6 North Clark Street 
25 Rast Van Buren Street 

1417 Railway Rxchange Building 
1417 Railway Rxchange Building 
506 South Canal Street 

1219 Spaulding Avenue 

5616 Monroe Avenue 

1233 Marquette Building 

1614 Corn Rxchange Bank Building 

206 South La Salle Street 

59 H'Ast Adams Street 

1900 Steger Building 

516, 35 South Dearborn Street 

4742 Kenmore Avenue 

4530 Lake Avenue 

1731 Marquette Building 

1839 Warner Avenue 

8 South Dearborn Street 

1417 Railway Rxchange Building 

801 Steinway Hall 
217 North Fifty- first Court 
1100, 6 North Clark Street 
1405 Monadnock Building 
801 Steinway Hall 

749 Mill Building, San Francisco, Cal 
166 North Fifty-First Court 
40 South Michigan Avenue 
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1895 
1911 
1901 
1907 
1904 
1899 
1909 
1895 
1904 
1903 
1904 
1912 
1910 
19(^9 
1910 
1910 
1895 
1909 
1903 
1909 
1910 
1895 
1894 
1894 
1904 
1910 
1895 
1912 
1895 
1905 
1910 
1907 
1894 
1902 
1909 
1903 
1906 
1904 
1889 
1911 
1907 



Hyi.ani), Vwh V. 
Ingram, Horack C. 
Jkn.se;n, Ei.iM}vr C. 
Jensen, Jens 
Johnson, Jens A. 
LeaveUv, John CaIvVin 
LEvings, Mark M. 
L11.1.ESKAU, John 
LiPPiNCOTT, Roy A. 
Li^EweIvI.yn, Joseph C. 
LivEWEiXYN, Rai,ph C. 
Mahi^er, H. H. 
Marx, Sam A. 
Maynard, H. S., Jr. 
m1chae1.son, c. s. 
MUNDIE, Wm. B. 
Muei.i.p:r, PauIv F. p. 
NagIvE, Caij.ard p. 
Naper, Herbert J. 
Nei<son, Edward O. 
Nettenstrom, Ei.mer T. 
NiMMONS, George C. 
O1.DEFEST, Edward G. 
Oeiver, R. H. 

OSTERGREN, RoHERT C. 

Ottenheimer, Henry L. 
Parmei.ee, E. Dean 
Perkins, Dwight H. 
Rabig, Charles E. K. 
Rapp, George L. 
Rawson, Lorin H. 
Rebori, Andrew N. 
Reed. Earl H. 
Reichert, Wim. G. 
Rouleau, Arthur 
Ruge, p. H. 
RusY, Anthony F. 
Sallsbury, Robert H. 
Sandegren, Andrivw 
Save, Carl M. 
Schrader, Ernest 
Schwartz, Albert A. 
Shaw Howard Van Doren 
Sh.ha, Otto A. ^ 
Slovinec, John 
Small, John S. 
SoMERS, Elbert S. 
Spindlicr, Oscar 
Springer Charli;s E. 
Stone, Frank F. 
Surman, John F. 



1515 Heyworth Ikiilding 

4919 Lake Avenue 

1401 New York Life Building 

1141 Sacramento Avenue 

8 South Dearborn Street 

1417 Railway Exchange Building 

172 Mentor Building 

2447 Ballou Street 

907 Steinway Hall 

1520 First National Bank Building 

1520 First National Bank Building 

76 AVest Monroe Street 

1508, 7 West Madison Street 

2525 Clybourne Avenue 

5115 Pensacola Avenue 

1401 New York Life Building 

1201 Schiller Building 

3004 Humboldt Avenue 

908 Airdrie Place 
997 Edgecomb Place 
2125 Clare Place 

2007 Peoples Gas Building 

1055 East Fortyvseventh Street 

International Harvester Co. 

2939 Vernon Avenue 

715 Fort Dearborn Building 

1417 Railway Exchange Building 

1100, 6 North Clark Street 

701, 179 West Washington Street 

1005, 69 West Washington Street 

Hinsdale, 111. 

5636 Washington Avenue 

4748 Lake Avenue 

715 Fort Dearborn Building 

4004 West Van Buren Street 

3934 North Forty-fourth Avenue • 

1339 South Avers Avenue 

Wheaton, 111. 

First National Bank Building 

3045 Logan Boulevard 

414 South Wabash Avenue 

1218 South Ashland Avenue 

172 Mentor Building 

720 Tribune Building 

17.32 Monroe Street 

3700 Forest Avenue 

16.34 McCormick Building 

2547 Archer Avenue 

3822 Forest Avenue 

1417 Railway Ivxchange Building 

416 Roslyn Place 

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1900 
■1909 
1890 
1904 

raoi 

1909 

1901 

1895 

1909 

1895 

1908 

1905 

1909 

1909 

1908 

1885 

1885 

1904 

1902 

1895 

19(H) 

1900 

1909 

1910 

1909 

1904 

1912 

1895 

1909 

1900 

18i)7 

1910 

1908 

1905 

1895 

19('.3 

1903 

1912 

]9()4 

1910 

1912 

1910 

1895 

1903 

1910 

1909 

1908 

1 89() 

1904 

1912 

1912 



Swi';nson, Kart. 
Tagc.art, John A 
Taij.madgk, Thomas E. 
ToML,INSON, Webstkr II. 
Venning, Frank 
Von Hol,st, Hhrman V. 
Wagner, Fritz, Jr. 
Wai^ker, Frank C. 
Weiss John W. 
Werenksjoi^d, RAIJ'H 
Wii^kinson, L. E. 
WiIvSon, Horatio R. 
Winsi.ow, Benjamin E 
Wirt, Frederick B. 
woi.fk, rudoi.ph g. 
Wukhrmann, Wm. G. 



370i Drake Avenue 1910 

333 Sixty- second Street , 1909 

1(X)4, 189 West Madison Street 1900 

809 Steinway Hall 1897 

172 Mentor Building, 39 South State Street 1910 

907 Steinway Hall 1896 

2525 Clybourne Place 1909 

1800 Railway Exchange Building 1904 

706 Pullman Building 1906 

1304 North Washtenaw Avenue 1910 

11006 North Clark Avenue 1907 

206 South La Salle Street 1904 

155 North Clark Street 1903 

157 East Fifty-eighth Street 1903 

2145 North Clark Street 1910 

5324 South Ashland Avenue 1909 



Brand, Gu.stave A. 
Dunning, W. N 
Hiij^ER, EuGENi-; F. 
Mai^daner, Arthur 



ALLIED 

1428 Michigan Avenue 
1843 Peoples' Gas Building 
3844 Lake Avenue 
59 Stock Exchange Building 



1905 
1910 
1907 
1905 



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Andrews, Eu.iot, R. 
AppeIv, Hp:nrv L. 
Bai.kin, Louis 
BeckerIvEG, E. L. 
Beidi,er, a. W. 
Beil,, Cari, 
Bi.oomkieij), Jami';s 
Bonner Chari.ics 
BowsTEAD, Harry G. 
Cai'ron, E. F. 
CoMi?s, Rogers ^L 
Coomijs, Edgar T. 
Croeoot, Fred D. 
Crowe, John G. 
Diij<ON, H. R. 
Eijjs, H. W. 
EwEN John M. 
Gage, Thos. G. 
Gates, Major E. 
Gates, Neie H. 
Gates, Wm. D. 
Grace, Wm. 
Haigh, Arthur H. 
Hansen, A. T. 
HuEY, Wm. B. 



ASSOCIATE 

301 Chamber of Commerce 

179 West Washington Street 
1329 Turner Avenue 

4234 Adams Street 

439 Rookery Building 

19 East Pearson Street 

1020 Winona Avenue 

1205 Chamber of Commerce 

Glen Ellyn, 111. 

175 North Dearborn Street 

1203 Chamber of Commerce 

508 South Canal Street 

180 West Washington Street 
2008 Peoples Gas Building 
820 South Michigan Avenue 
177 North Dearborn Street 
525 Rookery Building 

1133 Stock Exchange Building 
2008 Peoples Gas Building 
2008 Peoples Gas Building 
2008 Peoples Gas Building 
1408 Wabash Avenue 
1004 Marquette Building 
438 Monadnock Building 
406 South Dearborn Street 

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1909 
1901 
1909 
1904 
1905 
1908 
1909 
1904 
1909 
1905 
18i)5 
1910 
]W(\ 
1 <)().') 
1911 
.190() 
1892 
li)()i) 
1910 
1909 
1895 
llJOl 
1905 
1911 
1908 



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Johnson, Ernest V. 
junkin, j. p. 
Kehm, August 
KiMBBLL, M. N. 
Koch, W. W. 
Lanquist, Andrew 
Lau, WiLIvY, H. 
Matz, Herman, L. 
McKbeby, Sanford 
Moulding, Joseph W. 
Mullen, J. Bernard 
Morgan, Elisha 
Nelson, E. S. 
NoELLE, Joseph B. 
O'Connell, Thomas F. 
Pierce. J. N. 
Potthoff, M. a. 
Prosser, H. B. 
Robinson, Albert F^. 
Rodatz, Jacob 
Schmidt, Richard O. 
Snell, H. W. 
Snyder, J. W. 
Sorensen, Albert H. 
Van Dort, G. Broks 
VOGEL, L. C. 

White, F. G. 
WoLFARTH, William 
Wood, John R. 



1100 Commercial National Bank Building 

320 West Twenty-sixth Street 
13 West Kenzie Street 

304 Chamber of Commerce Building 

321 South La Salle Street 
1100 North Clark Street 
58 E. Lake Street 

304 Chamber of Commerce 

112 West Adams Street 

1202 Chamber of Commerce 

1914 Wabash Ave. 

Highland Park, 111. 

3255 North Clark Street 

184 West Washington Street 

Ohio and Grand Avenue 

237 Fifth Avenue 

350 Dearborn Avenue 

2008 Peoples Gas Building 

72 West Adams Street 

868 Rookery Building 

1600 South Jefferson Street 

1335 Byron Street 

Peoples Gas Building 

1216 Chamber of Commerce 

206 South La Salle Street 

5322 Aberdeen Street 

1210 Chamber of Commerce 

215 South Clinton Street 

1415 Railway Exchange Building 



1905 
1910 
1910 
1908 
1910 
15.04 
1902 
1895 
1908 
1903 
1906 
1911 
1910 
1901 
1904 
1908 
1907 
1895 
1906 
1904 
1899 
1908 
1904 
1910 
1897 
1909 
1908 
1904 
1904 



Adelsperger, Roland 
Andrews, A. G. 
Clarke, L C, Jr. 
Crowther, Fred 
Davis, Frank L. 
Dunning, Hugh B. 
Frary, L E. 
Harbeck, Jervis R. 
Hengels, Henry C. 
Heinz, George P. 
Hobbs, Ray M. 
Long, Birch B. 
Longley, Dwight II. 
Morse, Burton E. 
Pattison, Edward B. 
Potts, J Oliver 
Ridley, T. Ralph 
Simmons, H. H. 
Stanton, F. C. H. 



NON-RESIDENT 

214 Dean Building, South Bend, Ind. 1896 

1616 Frick Building, Pittsburg, Pa. 1902 

Europe 1909 
Bradfihaw Building, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan 1911 

1713 Flat Iron Building, New York 1889 

Kenosha, Wis. 1908 

240 Athol Avenue, Oakland, Cal. 1909 

123 Theodore Street, Detroit, Mich 1901 

702 Grand Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis. 1911 

Chamber of Commerce, Denver, Colo. 1899 

Joliet, 111 1910 

7 East Forty-second Street, New York City 1895 

1331 Hill Street, Ann Arbor, Mich 1909 

Twin Falls, Idaho 1898 
Camp and LaFa> ette Streets, New Orlean.s, l,a. 1900 

1317 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pa 1W)3 

3021 Kenwood Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. 1909 

309 Caxtor. Building, Vancouver, B. C. 1910 

J. C. Teague, Calgary, Alberta 1912 

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TORRENCK, JamES^ R. 
TUTTLE, A. B. 

Welling, Frank P. 
Wells, Wm. A. 
Zimmerman, A G. 



186 Claremoait Avenue, New York, N. Y. 1904 

11 Rue Scribe, Paris, France 1908 

1730 Marquette Building 1911 

31 Old P. O. Building, Oklahoma City, Okla. 1898 

37 Madison Avenue, New York City 1894 



Allen, John K, 

BlAKK, THEODdKK L 

Clark, Robert 
Clow, Wm. E. 
p:lccck, E. G 

(iAY, HhNRY LoRn 
GlNDEl E, Chas. W. 
LowRiE, IIarrv 
McLean, Robert C. 
Pond, Irving K. 
Sullivan, Looks H. 
Taft, Lor a do 
Wagnhr, I'^RITZ 



HONORARY 

Falmouth and St. Paul Streets, Boston 

225 Fifth Avenue, New York 

2505 Kenmore Ave. 

Harrison and Franklin Streets 

4806 Grand Boulevard 

418. 52 Dearborn Street 

3745 Prairie Avenue 

Caxton Building, Omaha 

Western Architect, Minneapolis, Minn. 

1109Steinway Hall 

1600 Auditorium Tower 

1088 Fine Arts Building 

1415 Railway Exchange Building 



1887 
1885 
1888 
1910 
1910 
1888 
1910 
1886 
1889 
1885 
1888 
1890 
1888 



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THE TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP 

OF 

THE CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

Founded 1900 

A first prize of ^600.00 and a second prize of a gold medal are 
awarded annually. The funds are used to assist the winner in defraying 
the expense of a tour of observation and architectural study in Europe, 

WINNERS OF SCHOLARSHIP 

N. Max Dunning — "Residence for an American Ambassador" — 1901 

John H. Phillips — "An Automobile Tavern" — 1902 

Birch Burdette Long — "AMonumentalCrossingforthel.C.R.R." — 1903 

Thomas E. Tallmadge — "A Creche in a Manufacturing District" — 1904 

Charles H. Hammond — "A City Residence" — 1905 

Herbert H. Green — "A Recreation Pier for a Public Park — 1906 

Will Reichert — "A Building for a Branch Municipal Court" — 1907 

George Awsumb — "A Public Gymnasium and Baths" — 1908 

Hugh Dunning — "An Athnaeum for Teachers" — 1909 

Clarence J. Brown — "A Building for Sanitation and Navigation" — 19 10 

John Calvin Leavell — "A Monumental Stairway" — 191 i 

Arthur C. Hanifin — "A Theatre in a Large City Park" — 191 2 

WINNERS OF GOLD MEDAL 

E. R. James .... 1910 
Christian U. Bagge . . 191 1 

E. Dean Parmalee . . . 1912 

SPECIAL COMPETITIONS 

Frank C. Walker — "A Monumental Fireplace" — 1909 

William B. Betts — "A Monument to a Great American Cieneral" — 191 i 

COMPETITION FOR THE 
TWELFTH ANNUAL TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP 

1912 

Subject: "A THEATRE IN A PUBLIC PARK" 

First prize ;^6oo.oo, donated by Clarence M. Woolley, American 
Radiator Co., awarded to Arthur C. Hanifin. 

Second prize gold medal, the gift of Charles W. (iindele, awarded to 
E. Dean Parmelee. 

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MEDAL OF HONOR 

AWARDED BY 

THE ILLINOIS CHAPTER OF THE 

American Institute of Architects 



THE ILLINOIS CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN INSTI- 
TUTE OF ARCHITECTS has re-established a gold medal of 
honor for award to designers of buildings represented in the Annual 
Exhibition of the Chicago Architectural Club, the conditions accompany- 
ing the proposed award being as follows : 

That any architectural work in the State of Illinois, if completed within 
five years previous to the date of exhibition, may be offered for considera- 
tion. 

That the architect or architects who design the work, in order to be eligible 
to the award, must present for exhibition one or more photographs of the 
executed work, also one or more drawings, including a small scale plan, 
and shall submit to the jury such working drawings of the structure as they 
may desire to examine. Any work represented in the exhibit may be 
eligible for consideration by the jury, provided that at least a plan, and also 
a photograph of the executed work, shall be brought before the jury on 
their request. Only architects or firms of architects maintaining offices in 
the State of Illinois will be eligible to the award. 

Ihat an architect or firm of architects to whom this medal may be awarded 
once shall be ineligible for a future award. 

That the medal shall be accompanied by a certificate setting forth the name 
of the completed structure which formed the basis of the award, together 
with the considerations which in the opinion of the jury characterized the 
structure as worthy of the award. 

That the jury shall consist of seven architects, one the President of the 
Chicago Architectural Club, one the President of the Illinois Chapter, and 
five architects appointed by the Illinois Chapter. 

That one medal only shall be awarded each year, and four members of the 
jury voting for the author or authors of the same work shall be necessary 
to an award, and that no award shall be made if in the opinion of the jury 
no work presented is sufficiently meritorious. 

WINNERS OF THE MEDAL 
POND & POND— 1909 

BuiLDiNc; — Womkn's Baptist Missionary Home Traimnc Schooi,, Chica(;o 

MARSHALL & FOX— 1910 

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INDEX OF EXHIBITS 

TWErilTY-FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION 



LIST OF EXHIBITORS 

ALSCHULER, ALFRED S.— 1900 Steger Bldg., Chicago. 

1. A. Stein & Co. Building, Congress and Center Sts., Chicago. 

2. Webster Office Building, 323 331 S. La Salle St., Chicago. 

3. Westminster Building— Office Building. 

4. The Shops, 17-28 N. Wabash Ave., Chicago. 

5. Rogers & Hall Co. Building, Polk and La Salle Sts., Chicago. 

6. Sinai Temple — Photos, Front Elevations and Plans; 4Gth Street and Grand 

Boulevard Chicago. 

ATELIER, BENNETT— 508 S. Wabash Avenue, Chicago. (H. C. Sierks.) 

7. A Public Auditorium— Plan and Section. 

8. A Public Auditorium— Elevation. 

9. A Loggia in the Spanish Renaissance. 

ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT CO.— Corn Exchange Bank Bldg., 
Chicago. 

10. Residence of E. T. Bedford, Greens Farm, Conn. (Montrose W. Morris, 

architect. ) 

11. Detail of Bedford Residence, showing construction of porch. 

12. Detail of Bedford Residence, showing balustrade and steps. 

13. Flower Boxes cast in "Atlas White" by J. C. Kraus for the estate of 

P. M. Wooley, Long Branch, N. J. 

14. Pavilion on the estate of Newman Erd, Elberon, N. J, (Clarence Luce, 

architect. ) 

15. Columns and Pergola on estate of T. A. Sperry, Cranford, N. J. 

16. Two "Atlas White" plaques— "Aurora at Dawn." 

BACON, ROBERT— New York City. 

17. Winning Design in competition for Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D. C. 

Painted by W. J. Beauley, New York City. 

BOHNARD & PARSSON— 509-511. Chamber of Commerce Bldg., 
Cleveland. O. 

18. Residence of Mrs. Adella Prentice Hughes, Cleveland, O. 

19. Residence of Mrs. M. Goldman. 

20. Residence of Mr. Julius F. James. 



BOYD, LAWRENCE VISSCHER— 1215 Harrison Bldg., Philadelphia. 

21. House at Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. Garden front. 

22. House at Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 
^ 23. House at Wynnewood, Pa. 

2i. House at Queen Lane Manor, Germantown, Pa. 

25. The Four O'Clocks, Langliorne, Pa. 

26. Stable at Ashbourne, Pa. 

27. Stable at Elkins, Park, Pa. 

28. House at St. Davids, Pa., for H. K Mulford, Esq. 

BURNAP GEORGE— 808 Seventeenth St., Washington, D. C. 

29. Exedra in vegetable garden at "Gipfelruh", estate of Miss Harriet Martin, 

Ithaca, NY. 

30. Approach and Entrance Terraces at "Stoke", estate of Capt. Floyd Harris, 

Aldie, Va. 

31. Formal Garden, residence of Mrs. George M. Pullman, Washington, D C. 

32. The Sisters College, Brookland, Md. (Group plan). 

33. The Sisters College, Brookland, Md. (Perspective). 

34. New Mall Entrance, Lincoln Park, Washington D. C. 

CRISP, ARTHUR— 540 West 122nd St., New York. 

35. Tragedy — Decorative lunette in "The Playhouse", New York. 

30 Musical Comedy —Decorative lunette in "The Playhouse'' New York. 

DRUMMOxND, WILLIAM— 228 Oak Ave., River Forest, 111. 

37. Kindergarten Building, Rrookfield, 111. 

38. Perspective of Brook field Kindergarten. 

39 Brookfield Kindergarten Building -View toward river. 

Interior view. 
Side view, exterior. 
Terrace view, exterior. 

40. Plot Plan for IIou.se on Lake Shore, Detroit, Mich. 

41. Perspective Study, House on Lake Shore, Detroit, Mich. 

42. Perspective Study, House on Lake Shore, Detroit, Mich. View toward 

Lake. 

43. Perspective Study, House on Lake Shore, Detroit, Mich. View from Lake. 

44. House at River Forest, 111. — Front view of house. 

Garden view of house. 
Interior of living room. 
Detail of corner. 
4"). Perspective of Bank and Apartment Building for River Forest, 111. 

46. Cement Block House. 

DUNNING, N. MAX— 35 S. Dearborn St., Chicago. 

47. Residence for A. J. Pruitt, Evanston, 111. 

48. Residence for Frederick Penfield, Glencoe, 111. 

49. Hotel Hayes, at Chicago. ,^ 

50. Residence for Warren, C. Durkes, Dixon, 111. 

51. Building for American Book Co., Chicago. 

52. Dormitory, Bethany Bible School, Chicago. 

53. Kenosha Hospital, Kenosha, Wis. (Schmidt, Garden & Martin, Consult- 

ing Architects.) 



EAMHS & YOUNG^St. Louis, Mo. 

54. Art Institute of the American Woman's League, University City, Rio. 

55. The David Rankin, Jr., School of Mechanical Trades, St. Louis, Rio. 

56. Frederick M. Cruden Branch Library, St. Louis, Mo. 

57. Wright Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

58. Competitive Design, McKinley Memorial, Canton, O. 

59. United States Custom House at San Francisco, Cal. 

WIIvSON EYRE & McILVAINE— 1003 Spruce St., Philadelphia. 

41 E. Thirtieth St., New York. (Wilson r:yre.) 

60. House at Ouogue, Long Island N. Y. 

61. House for Henry Welsh Rogers, Esq., Spring Lake, N. J. 

MARSHALIv FIEI.D & COMPANY— State and Washington Sts., 

Chicago. 

62. Cement Fish Pond. 

6;j. Cement Complete Circle Bench. 

64. Byzantine Cement Bird Bath. 

65. Marble Garden Bench. 

66. Marble Garden Bench. 

67. Marble Garden Bench. 

68. Marble Garden Bench. 

69. Marble Garden Bench. 

70. Marble Garden Bench. 

71. Marble Fountain. 

72. Marble Fountain. 

7;}. Terra Cotta Flower Box. 

74. Japanese Stone Pagoda Garden Lantern. 

75. Japanese Stone Garden Lantern. 

FLEURY, AI.BERT— 21 E. Van Buren St., Chicago. 

76. Bird's Eye View of Grand Canyon —Colorado Springs -San Francisco. 

FOURNIER, ALBERT, Sc— 854)4 N. State St., Chicago 

77. L'egyptien. 

GRIFFIN, WALTER BURLEY- 1200 Stein way Hall, Chicago. 

78. H. E. Gunn and H. N. Tolles Dwellings, Cliicago. 
70. R. L. Blount Dwellings. Chicago. 

80. "Solid Rock" House, Kenilworth, 111. 

81. E. J. Staten, First Store Building, Idalia, Lee County, Fla. 

82. E. J Staten, Townsite, Idalia, Lee County, Fla 
815. Harry E. Gunn dwelling, Chicago. 

84. Fred S. Purnell dwelling, Attica, Ind. 

85. Hurd Comstock dwelling Group, Evanston, 111. 

86. W. F. Tempel dwelling, Kenilworth, 111. 

GROSS, OSKAR~19 li. Pearson St., Chicago. 

87. Spring— Decorative Painting. 



GUMMER, W. H.— 1417 Railway Exchange Bldg., Chicago. 

88. St. Peters, Rome, Italy. 

89. St. Peters, Rome — from the Janiculum. 

90. St. Peters, Rome — from the Pinciaiio. 
91 In Borghese Gardens, Rome, Italy. 

92. Afternoon — Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, Rome. 

93. Villa Medici, Rome, Italy. 

94. Temple of Castor and Pollux, Rome, Italy. 

95. Arch of Titus, Rome, Italy. 

96. Sunrise over the Capital, Rome. (From Hotel.) 

97. Sketches from Florence, Italy. 

98. Pal. Publico, Siena, Italy. 

99. 16th Century House, Rye, Sussex, England. 

100. St. Paul's Cathedral, London, England. 

101. Westminster Cathedral, London, England. 

102. Sketches in Italy. 

103. Hyppodrome, Villa Borghese, Rome. 

104. Pazzi Chapel, FlorencCj Italy. 

HEAP, JANE-464 St. James Place, Chicago. 

105. ;^ed Riding Hood— Design for child's room. 

HEWEETT-BASING STUDIO— 298 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

106. Pastorale — A tryptich. 

107. Garden— A tryptich. 

HINKENS, FRED C- 6651 Wentworth Ave., Chicago. 

108. Louis XVI drawing room. 

109. Louis XVI music room. 

110. Scheme for end of city formal gardefa. 

111. Scheme for living room. '' 

HOOD, R. M.— Building Bureau, Carnegie Tech. vSchools, Pittsburgh. 

112. City Hall for Pawtucket — Facade, plans and sections. 

113. Hotel De Ville — Projet de Premiere Classe, Ecole des Beaux Arts. 

HOSMER, CLARE C— 1313 Wells Building, Milwaukee, Wis. 

114. Residence, Capt. Frank W. Patten, Milwaukee, Wis. 

115. Residence, George M. Maxson, Wauwato.sa, Wis. 

HYLAND & GREEN— 1515 Heyworth Building, Chicago. 

116. Small Bank Building. 

117. Bank of Sheboygan, Sheboygan, Wis. 

118. Bank and Office Building — Perspective. 

119. Bank Building— Citizens Savings Bank, Cedar Falls, la. 

120. Street Railway Terminal, Oflfice and Treat Theatre Building. 

121. Bank Building and Lodge Hall, Mattoon National Bank, Mattoon, 111. 

122. Iowa State Savings Bank, Burlington, Iowa. 



12;5. P'irst National Bank and Oflice Ruilding, I^incohi, Neb. 

124. Preliminary perspective of bank and office building. 

125. I^oyola Beach Club House, Rogerfe Park, Chicago, 111. 

126. Loyola Beach Club House, Rogers Park, Chicago, 111. 

127. Grammar School for St. Ignatius Parish, Chicago, 111. 

128. Small bank building— perspective. 

JAMlEvSON, JAMEvS P. — 800 vSecurity Bldg. , St. Louis, Mo,. 

129. Residence near St. Louis. 

IJvON, KDGAR A.- 926 New York Life Bldg., Chicago. 

130. Church of the Holy Sepulchre— Plaster model. (J. Devereaux York, 

Architect. ) 

THIv LINDEN COMPANY— 1216 Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

131. Decorative Glass— six panels. 

132. Decorative wall panel in oil. 

133. Mosaic glass mantel facing. 

134. Mosaic panel glass and cement. 

LOWE AND BOLLENHACHIvR— 134 vS. La vSalle vSt., Chicago. 

135. Residence in Evanston, 111. 

136 Monon Passenger Station, Bloomington, Ind. 

MAHER, GEORGE W —1100, 910 vS. Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

i;}7. Sears Public School at Kenilworth, 111. 

138. Residence for Mr. J. Hall Taylor, Oak Park, 111. 

139. Administration Building of the J. R. Watkins Medical Co., Winona, Minn. 

MP:IGS, ANNE WILMOT— 59 Ivast Van Buren vSt., Chicago. 

140. Living Room — (Courtesy of Howard Wattley Co.) 

141. Club Grill Room -(Courtesy of Mandel Bros ) 

MILLP:R, WALTP:r FOBEvS-OrchestraBldg., Chicago. 

142. Cottage to be built at Berwin, 111. 

143. Residence at Hyland, Park 111. 

MITCHELL & HALBACH CO.— 1715 Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

,( William A. Hartman.) 

144. Cartoon for art glass window. 

145. Cartoon for art glass window. 

MORA, F. LUIS— 142 East Ivighteenth St., New York. 

146. Sketches for domes, Orpheum Theatre, Los Angeles, Cal. 



MUIJ.I-:K, J. HIvRNARD— 645 Cass vSt., Chicago. 

147. Chateau de Chillon, from the east 

148. Chateau de Chillon, from the west. 

149. Fountain, Borghese Gardens, Rome. 

MULUGAN, CHARLEvS, Sculptor— Art Institute, Chicago. 

l.")0. "Fostering Ideality"— City Club, Chicago. (Fond & Pond, Architects.) 
151. "Restraining Ignorance" — City Club, Chicago. iPond ts: Pond Architects.) 
liVi. Memorial to Progress of a Century. (\V. Carbys Zimmerman.) 

KKNNIvTH M. MURCHIvSON AND HOWARD GRIUvNIvIvY— 
298 Fifth Ave., New York. 

153. Front elevation of competition for Presidential Palace in Havana 

154. First floor plan of competition for Presidential Palace in Havana. 

\V. P. XIvLSON CO.— 614 vSoiith Michigan Blvd., Chicago. 

155. Scheme for living room. ( Fred Cllinkens. ) 
15(). Suggestion for hall in a private residence. 

157. Scheme for cafe in hotel. (A. Storvik.) 

158. Scheme for living room. (Chas. F. Brunkhorst ) 

159. Scheme for hotel lobby. (Miss Ferris.) 

NIIvDIvCKIvX WALBRIDOIv CO. — Milwaukee, Wis. 

(George M. Niedecken.) 

160. Portable Lamp. 

161. Dining room furniture -Renaissance spirit. 

162. Dining room furniture — Modern. 

.16.'5. Scheme for wall and ceiling decoration — Gothic dining room. 

164. Tapestry decoration for modern dining room. 

165. Chiffonier in Colonial spirit. 

lf)6. Living room and play room in a modern country home. 

167. Living room in domestic English type house. 

168. Buffet in dining room in domestic P^nglish type house. 

169. Diniuj room in domestic Kiiglish type house. 

170. Mural decoration. 

XIMMOXS, GI<:OR(n<: C— 2007 Peoples Gas Bldg., Chicago. 

171. Building for the Franklin Company at 718 736 S Dearborn St , Chicago. 

172. Model of entrance to a building for the FVankliii Company. 

17;}. Front elevation and detail of entrance of a building for The P'ranklin 
Company. 

174. Building for C. P. Kimball & Co. at Michigan Ave and .'39th St. Robert 

M. Fair, Owner. 

175. (Vrocery building addition to merchandise building of Sears, Roebuck iS: 

Co.'s plant. 

176. Building for Havana American Company, Twelfth St. near Robey St. 

177. Building for R. W. Sears, corner of Jackson Blvd. and Plymouth Ct. 



NORTHWIvSTERN TlvRRA COTTA CO.- 2525 Clyboiirn Ave., 
Chicago. 

178. Eagle and standard in terra cotta. 

179. Various terra cotta polychrome pieces. David Hunter, 

180. Terra cotta statuette "Shipwrecked." 

ORI.ANDI STATUARY CO.— 411 Milwaukee Ave-, Chicago. 

181. Napoleon. 

WIIJJAM A. OTivS and EDWIN H. CLARK— 105 vS.^ Dearborn St., 

Chicago. 

182. Interiors, North Shore Residence. 

183. Interiors, North Shore Residence. 
181. Stairways, North Shore Residences. 

185 Interiors, North Shore Residence. 

186 Two dining rooms. 

187. Residence, Hubbard Woods. 

188. University Club, Rvan.ston, 111. 

18i) Bird's eye view of Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium. 

I'.K). Service Building, Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium. 

191. Administration Building, Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium. 

192. Nurses Home, Chicago Municij)al Tuberculosis Sanitarium. 

OTTlvNHlCIMER, vSTERN & REICHERT — 105 \V. Monroe St., 
Chicago. 

19.']. Bird's eye view of l)uildings for National Home, B. P O. E , Bedford, 

Virginia. 
194. Administration Portico, National Home, B. P. O. E , Bedford, Virginia. 
1'.).'). Plat plan of building aiul ground — National Home, B. P. O. E., Bedford, 

Virginia. 
19(5. Interior courts of National Home, B. P. O. P<., Bedford, Virginia. 

197. Working details of entrance portico. National Home, B. P. O. E., Bedford, 

Virginia, 

198. Store and ofTice building for John V. Fox, Chicago. 

199. Abutlment and bridge proposed for Lake St. 
2()0. Alternate sketch of same. 

201. Block of stores— Charles Sittig, Chicago, 

202 Elevation of Crerar, Adams & Co. Building, 

203. PvUtrance detail — Crerar, Adams & Co. Building. 

204. Ilarlman Furniture & Carpet Co, Warehouse. 

205. Hartman P'urniture cS: Carpet Co. Administration Building. 

20(5. Entrance detail, Hartman Furniture & Carpet Co. Administration Building. 

207 Residence of James R. Dee, Houghton, Mich. 

208. Residences of Sidney B. Calm and M. M. Markwell, Glencoe, III. 

209. Residence of Captain Samuel B. Harris, Hancock, Mich. 

210. Proposed theatre and bank l)uilding, Chicago, 

211. Proposed theatre and bank building, Chicago. 

212. Proposed theatre, Chicago 

213. Proposed store and ofiice building and theatre— James O'Leary, Chicago, 
211. Hotel building at Cloudcroft, N. M. 

2)r). View of interior court, hotel at Cloudcroft, N M. 
210. Residence of Alfred Oppenheimer, Glencoe, 111. 

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PARKER, LAWTON— 19 n. Pearson vSt., Chicago. 

217. Oti the balcony — Decorative panel. 

PATTERSON & DAVIDSON— 53 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago. 

218. Smoking room, proposed sanitarium. 

219. Cunningham Building, 2341-4;5 Michigan Ave., Chicago. .'; 

220. South Shore Electric Garage, Chicago. 

221. Proposed hotel building. 

222. Proposed ice cream factory, Van Buren St. and Irving Ave., Chicago. 



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PAULDING, JOHN, Sculptor -E. ORLANDI, Plasterer-1115, 64 E. 
Van Buren St., Chicago. 

(John Paulding.) 

223. Exedra. ^ 

224. "Ny-a-ta." ^ 

225. Pedestal for "Ny-a ta." 

POND & POND— 1107 Steinway Hall, Chicago. 

226. Dining room— City Club. 

227. Exterior- City Club. ! 

228. Entrance lobby— City Club. ' 

229. Reading room— City Club. 

PRIDMORE:, J. E O.— 1701 First National Bank Bldg., Chicago. 

230. The Gables. , 

PURCELL, FEICK & ELMSLIE— 422 Auditorium Bldgi, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 

231. Exchange State Bank, Grand Meadows, Minn. 

232. First National Bank, Rhinelander, Wis. 

2.33. Slew^ard Memorial Presbyterian Church, Minneapolis. 

2.34. House for Mr. A. B C Dodd, Minneapolis. 

235. Residence for Mr. Gallaher, Minneapolis 

236. Residence for Mr. Powers, Minneapolis. 

237. Six Photographs and Two Diascopes. 

RAWSON, LORIN A.— 1114 Steinway Hall, Chicago. 

238. Suburban cottage. 

239. Residence for T. H. Willis, Hinsdale, 111. 

240. Residence of Randall W. Burns, Hinsdale, 111. 

241. Residence for J. P. McGregor, Glencoe, 111. 

242. Club house for Western Springs, 111. \ 

RIDDLF: & RIDDLF:^122 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago. 

243. Residence on Woodlawn Ave., Chicago. 

244. Residence on Woodlawn Ave., Chicago. 



R. K. SCHMIDT, GARDEN & MARTIN— 179 W. Washington St., 

Chicago. 

245. Craig Apartments, Chicago. 

240. Chase Apartments, Sheridan Road, Chicago. 

247. Hardy Apartments, Chicago. 

248. Main entrance, B. Chandler Apartments, 33 Bellevue PI., Chicago. 

249. B. Chandler Apartments, 33 Bellvue PI., Chicago. 

250. Sarah Morris Hospital for Children, Chicago. 

251. Chicago L,ying-In Hospital, Chicago. 

252. Exterior Design — Continental & Commercial National Bank. 

253. Entrance Lobby — Continental & Commercial National Bank, 

254. Interior banking room— Continental & Commercial Nati nal Bank. 

255. Banking floor plan —Continental and Commercial National Bank. 

256. Typical floor plan —Continental and Commercial National Bank. 
(Hugh M. G. Garden.) 

257. Mr. E. L. Hasler's residence. Lake Forest. (Four Photographs.) 

258. First National Bank Building, Pueblo, Colo. (Photograph.) 

SCHUCHARDT, WILLIAM— Milwaukee, Wis. 

259. Photographs. 

260. Photographs. 

261. Photographs. 

262. Photographs. 

263. Photographs. 

SHATTUCK & HUvSSEY— 907, 19 S. La Salle St., Chicago. 

264. Student Department— Y. M. C. A., Manila, P. I. 

265. Y. M. C. A. Building, Gait, Ont., Canada. 

266. Y. M. C. A. Building, Charleston, S. C. 

267. Peoples Bank of Erie, Erie, Penn. (Scheme "A".) 

268. Peoples Bank of Erie, Erie, Penn. (Scheme "B".) 

SHAW, HOWARD— 39 S. State St., Chicago. 

269. Oflice Building for Robert P. Lamont, Randolph St. and Michigan Ave. 

STRELKA, LEO— Room 617, 618 Van Buren St., Chicago. 

270. Illinois Steel Mills in South Chicago— Water Color Drawing. 

271. The Sphinx, Egypt— Water Color Drawing. 

TALLMADGE &, WATSON- Security Bldg., Chicago. 

272. First Methodist Church, Evanston, 111. 

273. First Methodist Church, Evanston, 111.— Elevation. 

274. First Methodist Church, Evanston, 111.— From the South. 
275 First Methodist Church, Evanston, 111.— First Floor Plan. 

276. First Methodist Church, Evanston, 111.— The Entrance Portal. 

277. First Methodist Church, Evanston, 111.— The Vestibule. 

278. First Methodist Church, Evanston, 111.— North Transept. 

279. First Methodist Church, Evanston, 111.— The Organ, 

280. First Methodist Church, Evanston, 111.— Interior. 

281. First Methodist Church, Pyvanston, 111, — Sunday School Auditorium. 
(T. E. Tallmadge.) 

282. Sketch for a Monument of Stone, 



UNIVIvRvSlTY OF ILLINOIS Urbana, 111. 

(A. R. Brandiier. ) 

283. A Frontispiece. 
(Donald Graham.) 

284. PI3 ni Fellowship Prize Drawing, a School of Architecture for the Univer- 

.sity of Illinois. Front Elevation. 

285. Plym Fellowship Prize Drawings, a School of Architecture for the Univer- 

sity of Illinois. First Floor Plan. 
2t0. Plym Fellowship Prize Drawings, a School of Architecture ^or the Univer- 
sity of Illinois. Second and Third Floor Plan. 
(E. R. Ludwig.) 
287. An International Peace Palace. 

(J. O. Mitchell.) 
288,, A Tea House. 
(A. R. Sharp.) 

289. India Ink Rendering. 

VON HOLST Si FYFE— 907 Steinway Hall, Chicago. 

290. Study for Fountain and Driveway Light, Decatur. 

291. Residence for Mr. Doyle, Rogers Park. 

292. Club House, Howe School, Howe, Ind. 

293. Store and Onice Building, Public Service Co., Ivvanston. 

294. PVawley Apartments at Madison, Wis. ' 

WALKER, F. C— 1800 Railway Kxcliaiige, Chicago. 

295. Chateau at Blois. 

296. Color Study — Interior of the Pantheon at Rome. 

297. Study at Vicenza. 

298. Temple of Faustina — Roman Forum. 

299. Study made in Roman Forum. 

300. The Old Cathedral— Study made in Salamanca. 
301'. Arch" of Titus. 

302. Old House in Castile, Spain. 

303. Old Monastery near Palermo, Sicily. 

304. Villa near Rome. 

305. Temple Faustina, Roman Forum. 
30G. Interior of Church, Northern Italy. 

307. P'ragments in the Roman Forum, 

308. Interior of Church in Rome. 
309' Public Park in Nimes, France. 

310. Peristyle of St. Peters, Rome. 

311. Interior of Courtyard, Old Monastery near Palermo. 

312. View of Santa Maria del Salute. 

313. View of Santa Maria del Salute from Campanile 

314. Old House near St. Amour, France. 

315. Stairway in Park, Nimes, TVance. 

WALLACE, LEE— University of Illinois, Lrbana, 111. 

316. Decorative Panel. 



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WARRIiN, WM. ARTHUR -1012 Steinway Hall, Chicaoo. 

317. Grosse Point Light House, Evauston, 111. . 

:U8. Old Dutch Mill, Kolze, in. 

319. House at Heather Island, Fla. 

820. House at Evanston, 111. 

WEI.I.S, HARRY— 78 W. Lake vSt., Chicago. 

(Etchings on wood by Harry Wells ) 

321. Wells Cathedral. 

322. Ely Cathedral— Through the Arches. 

323. Ely Cathedral— Interior. 

324. Ely Cathedral— North Aisle. 

325. Bourges Cathedral — Interior. 

326. Doorway of St. Joseph's Chapel, Glastonbury. 

WKLIvS, NEWTON A.— University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

.327. Decorative Panels for Illinois Title and Trust Bank. 

328. Decorative Panel for Illinois Title and Trust Bank. 

329. Decorative Panel for Illinois Title and Trust Bank. 

330. Woman's Head in ICncauslic Mosaic. 

ZIMMERMAN, W. CARBYS— 1101 vSteinway Hall, Chicago. 

331. New Illinois State P nitentiary. Joliet, 111. 

332. Advertiser,' Building, 119-123 W. Madison St., Chicago. 
;i33 Field House No. 5, West Chicago Park Commissioners. 




PERSPECTIVE OF THE MICHIGAN BOLT.EVARD Bni.DING. CHICAGO, ILL. 

Jarvis Hunt, Architect. 



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BOOK OF THE TWENTY 
SIXTH ANNUAL EXHIBI 
TION OF THE CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 




IN THE GALLERIES OF THE 
ART INSTITUTE, CHICAGO 
MAY 6 TO JUNE 11, 1913 



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COMMITTEE ON ANNUAL EXHIBITION 



OTTO A. SILHA 

THE PRESIDENT 

JOHN F. SURMANN 

CHAIRMAN OF EXHIBITION COMMITTEE 

ELMER T. NETTENSTROM 
ROY A. LIPPlNCOTT 
GEORGE AWSUMB 
WM. G. WUEHRMANN "- 



JURY OF ADMISSION 

ANDREW N. REBORI 

CHAIRMAN 

R. S. DEGOLYER 
ELMO C. LOWE 



GEORGE AWSUMB 

TREASURER OF EXHIBITION FUND 



ELMER T. NETTENSTROM 

EDITOR OF CATALOG 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



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PATRONS OF THE EXHIBITION 



Alfred Alschuler. 

Art Marble Co. 

D. H. Burn HAM & Co. 

BuLLEY & Andrews. 

(Samuel Cabot, Inc. 

Chicago F'ace Brick Association. 

Bonner & Marshall Brick Co. 

Jenkins & Reynolds Co. 

M each AM k Wright Brick Co. 

Wisconsin Lime & Cement Co. 

Hydraulic-Press Brick Co. 

S. S. KiMBELL Brick Co. 

TilOMAS AIOULDING BrICK Co. 

Wm. W. Clay. 

William E. Clow. 

p. f. corbix. 

Crofoot, Nielson Co. 

Cobb, Whyte & Laemmer Co. ■ 

Detroit Graphite Co. , 

The Decorator's Supply Co. 

Joseph Dux. 

Federal Tile Co. 

Geo. a. Fuller. 

Edwix Gillette. 

Robert Goldie Co. 

T. C. Gleich. 

Hawes & Dodd. 

Wm. H. Hoops & Co, 

Chas. L. Hutchinson. 

Interior Mantel & Tile Co. 

Wm. H. Jackson Co. 

Kenwood Bridge Co. 

Harry C. Knisely. 

Robert Seth Lindstrom. 

Ludowici-Celadon Co. 

McNuLTY Bros. Co. 



Walter Forbes Miller. 

The J. L. Mott Iron Works. 

N.ATioNAL Lead Co. 

National Tile Co., Anderson, Ind. 

Geo. C. Nimmons. 

Northwestern Terra Cotta Co. 

Otis Elevator Co. 

Caspar Paffrath. 

Ottenhelmer-Stern & Reich ert. 

Victor S. Pearlman Co. 

Perkins Fellows & Hamilton. 

Pond & Pond. 

The Powers Regulator Co. 

Pratt-Lamb ERT Inc. 

L. H. Prentice Co. 

Wm. a. Pope. 

Purcell-Feich & Elmslie. 

Jacob Rodatz. 

Andrew Sandegren. 

Albert A. Schwartz. 

Otto Silha. 

Spencer & Powers. 

Ralph & Sumner Sollitt Co. 

Standard Varnish Works. 

J. W. Snyder Co. 

Union Foundry Works. 

United States Blue Privj/t Paper 

Co. 
U. S. Desk & Office Fitting Co. 
G. Broes Van Dort. 
P. J. Weber. 
The Winslow Bros. Co. 
Vierling Steel Works. 
L. Wolff Manufacturing Co. 
The Yale & Towne Mfg. Co! 
Zander-Reum Co. 




J!y John CrcKtuy, Academy of IJomf. 



ADDRESS OF WELCOME TO THE PUBLIC 



The Chicago Architectural Club welcomes the Public to its Twenty- 
Sixth Annual Exhibition in the galleries of the Art Institute. 

In presenting^the work of the Architects and that of the Artisans of the 
Allied Arts, the Club invites discussion, criticism and suggestions concerning 
the designs of the work exhibited. The Annual Exhibit provides a good 
opportunity for observing the progress made in Architecture, as evidenced 
by the many buildings and structures erected during the year. In Chicago 
alone, there were 1 1 ,298 buildings costing $88,000,000.00. There has prob- 
ably not been any time in the world's history when Architects had more 
opportunity to practice their art than right now in this country. Building 
construction was never before accomplished with such speed and accuracy as 
it is now. Steel, concrete, scientific engineering and our various motive 
powers make almost any building problem comparatively easy of execution. 
The building of a dome like St. Peter's at Rome, which overwhelmed four 
noted Architects with its difficulties and magnitude before Michael Angelo 
accomplished it, would today seem a comparatively simple problem if steel 
were introduced as its supporting members. 

Never before has there been such a wealth of building materials, artistic 
and highly ornamental in character. Quarries of stone, marble and granite 
have been opened which can be made to produce unlimited quantities of 
material of all degrees of hardness and finish and with a range of color that 
will suit any requirement. The greatest achievement in building materials 
has been made in the clay products. Bricks that are as hard as granite and 
that have a range in color and texture far beyond the fondest dreams of the 
former brickmakers, can be secured of almost any size or shape. What is 
true of bricks is true to a greater extent of terra cotta, tile and faience. Not 
alone can the Architect secure an unlimited variety of materials for the plain 
surfaces of his building, but there is scarcely any moulding cornice, orna- 
ment or other feature of the building that cannot be beautifully made in 
these materials. 

The world is accustomed to think of the work of Delia Robbia as being 
made in a material and in colors of glazed clay that were peculiar to his time 
and impossible to secure now, while on the contrary, the art of making terra 
cotta and tile as far as the manufacturer is concerned, never before reached 
the high standard of excellence and efficiency which it now enjoys. With 



the aid of chemistry and the development of the art, there is scarcely any 
color which cannot be produced. In fact, the most intricate design in color 
and form can be reproduced most faithfully. The Rookwood Pottery Works 
of Cincinnati have worked out formulas by which they alone can make a 
thousand different colors, to say nothing of the beautiful colors of our own 
local terra cotta works. 

Yet with all of these materials and all of these facilities at hand. Archi- 
tects in the opinion of many have failed to develop a style of Architecture 
that is at all expressive of the character of the American people. They are 
often criticised for a too slavish adherence to the historic styles of Archi- 
tecture, and particularly for copying exactly the details and ornamentation 
of these styles. This public adverse criticism of modern Architecture is 
undoubtedly justified to a certain extent. While the Architect might, with 
perfect truth, assert that the creation of an entirely new style of Architecture 
never has been, and probably never will be accomplished, excepting through 
a slow process of development extending through several generations at 
least, yet there is little reason or excyse for some of the details and features 
of our most prominent buildings. 

To illustrate, reference could be made for instance to the many important 
buildings where the Heur de lis is used on the exterior walls, sometimes in 
countless hundreds covering great areas with the same flower ornament. One 
would think that America was a dependency or colony of France. Why 
should we use the old national flower of France on our buildings in this 
manner, which is often more for a texture treatment of surface rather than 
one of pure ornament? Why not some form of our own — golden rod con- 
ventionalized, or some of our other beautiful native flowers? Why should 
our cornices be accentuated with lion heads when we have the buffalo, a dis- 
tinctive American animal, with wonderful possibilities for the sculptor? Why 
must we have miles of Greek fret on our buildings which was one of the 
least attractive of the Grecian ornaments? Our own Aztec ornaments would 
sometimes be more refined and preferable in such situations. Why not often 
use the Chicago shield, with proper development and embellishment and 
give our buildings a local significance? 

In view of all the himdreds of beautiful colors of terra cotta at hand, 
why must we have those tall, cold, white china-like structures rise one after 
the other in an atmosphere filled with soft coal smoke and discoloring gases? 

These are only a few of the many pertinent questions that are arising 
concerning our present day Architecture, and the apparent lack of its proper 



growth and development when such favorable conditions exist for very 
material improvements. Indeed a sentiment is growing among the people 
which it is hoped will take the form not only of a strong desire but a demand 
that the Architects generally begin without further delay to reflect in their 
building designs something of national and local significance; and the fact 
that such a feeling among the people is beginning to show itself is undoubtedly 
a conclusive evidence that a decided change in our Architecture will take 
place. 

The one great essential to the growth of a national style of Architecture 
has been wanting in this country ever since colonial days and that is undoubt- 
edly the reason why Architecture has not kept pace with the development of 
the other arts and sciences. The people have been so all absorbed in business 
and other pursuits that scarcely anyone has given much thought or study 
to Architecture. They, therefore, have not encouraged or stimulated the 
Architects to do anything but copy old conventional Architecture and in most 
cases clients would not have anything else. Never has any nation in the past 
produced great art or Architecture under such circumstances. It is as impos- 
sible as it would be for a flower to thrive in uncongenial soil. The perfection 
of Grecian Architecture and the grandeur and beauty of the Gothic cathe- 
drals were due as much to the interest, the knowledge and the love of the 
people of those times for the art as to any other cause. 

Therefore, if it is true, that our people are now going to begin to take 
an interest in Architecture, to criticise it, to study and to find real appreciation 
and pleasure in it, then will our Architecture grow and develop into a real 
national style that will do full credit to our country. 

Such an exhibition as the Architect's Annual Exhibition should be the 
place for the people to begin this great work which they can do to make their 
Architecture what it shovdd be. 

In behalf, therefore, of the Chicago Architectural Club, I welcome the 
people most heartily to the Twenty-Sixth Annual Exhibition. 

George C. Nimmons. 




FIRE PLACE FOR THE RESIDENCE OF DR. BALLENGER, 
HUBBARD WOODS, IIAj. 
Emil R. Zettler, Architect. 



THE TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP 

OF 

THE CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 
Founded 1900 

A first prize of $600.00 and a second prize of a f2;old medal are awarded 
annually. The funds are used to assist the winner in defraying the expense 
of a tour of observation and architectural study in Europe. 

WINNERS OF SCHOLARSHIP 

N. Max Dunning — "Residence for an American Ambassador" — 1901 

John H. Phillips — "An Automobile Tavern" — 1902 

Birch Burdette Long — "A Monumental Crossing for the I.C.R.R." — 1903 

Thomas E. Tallmadge — "A Creche in a Manufacturing District" — 1904 

Charles H. Hammond — "A City Residence" — 1905 

Herbert H. Green — "A Recreation Pier for a Public Park" — 1906 

Will Reich ert — "A Building for a Branch Municipal Court" — 1907 

George Awsumb — "A Public Gymnasium and Baths" — 1908 

Hugh Dunning — "An Athnaeum for Teachers" — 1909 

Clarence J. Brown — "A Building for Sanitation and Navigation" — 1910 

John Calvin Leavell — "A Monumental Stairway" — 1911 

Arthur C. Hanifin — "A Theatre in a Large City Park" — 1912 

Rudolph G. Wolff — "A Municipal Tribune" — 191 3 

WINNERS OF GOLD MEDAL 

E. R. James 1910 

Christian U. Bagge ... 1911 

E. Dean Parmalee . . . . 1912 

W. J. SCHAEFER .... I913 

SPECIAL COMPETITIONS 

Frank C. Walker — "A Monumental Fireplace" — 1909 

William B. Betts — "A Monument to a Great American General" — 1911 

Wm. G. Wuehrmann — "$4,000 Brick House" — 1913 

COMPETITION FOR THE 
TWELFTH ANNUAL TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP 

1913 

Subject: "A MUNICIPAL TRIBUNE" 

First prize $600.00, donated by Clarence M. Woolley, American Radi- 
ator Co., awarded to Rudolph G. Wolff. 

Second prize gold medal, the gift of Charles W. Gindele, awarded to 
W. J. Schaefer. 




DESIGN 
By Louis H. SuHlvan, Architect. 



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THE CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

ART INSTITUTE 



OFFICERS 

1912-1913 
OTTO A. SILHA 

PRESIDENT 

JOHN F. SURMANN 

VICE PRESIDENT 

WM. G. WUEHRMANN GEORGE AWSUMB 

SECRETARY TREASURER 

DIRECTORS 

Directors to 191 3 Directors to 1914 

LEON BURGHOFFER FRITZ WAGNER, JR. 

ELMER T. NETTENSTROM JENS A. JOHNSON 

W. W. KOCH, Associate ELLIOT R. ANDREWS, Associate 

COMMITTEES 

1912-1913 



EXHIBITION 

JOHN F. SURMANN, Chairman 
GEORGE AWSUMB ELMER T. NETTENSTROM 

LEON BURGHOFFER 

SCHOi.ARSHIP 

JENS A. JOHNSON, Chairman 
GEORGE AWSUMB ELLIOT R. ANDREWS 

MEMBERSHIP 

WM. G. WUEHRMANN, Chairman 
FRITZ WAGNER, JR. ELMER T. NETTENSTROM 

HOUSE 

W. W. KOCH, Chairman 

LEON BURGHOFFER FRITZ WAGNER, JR. 

E. T. NETTENSTROM KARL RABIG, Librarian 

EDUCATIONAL 

ELLIOT R. ANDREWS, Chairman 
JENS A. JOHNSON W. G. WUEHRMANN 



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MEMBERS 



OF 



CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 



ACTIVE 



Alschuler, Alfred S. 
Anderson, Helge A. 
Andrews, Alfred B. 
Andrew, W. H. 
Angell, Austin 
AwsuMB, George ' - 
Bagge, Christian U. 
Behr, E. Theodore 
Bellas, Chas. 
.Beman, S. S. 
Bennet, Wm. Arthur, 
Bentley, Harry H. 
Best, Theo. D. 
Betts, Wm. B. 
Bicknell, Alfred H. 
Blake, Charles G. 
Bock, Theo. 
Boole, A. T. 
Brabant, Gifford, 
Buckett, Arthur C. 
Buckley, Ralph J. 
Burnham, Hubert 
Burghoffer, Leon 
Busch, Wm. 
Carr, Harry W. 
Cheney, H. L. 
Church, Myron H. 
Cenek, R. R. 
Con ROY, John J. 
Chase, Robt. 
CooLiDGE, Charles A. 
Christensen, C. W. 
Dalsey, Harry I. 
Dean, George R. 
Downton, Herbert E. 
Dunning, N. Max. 
Dunderdale, George 
Fellows, William K. 
Ferris, John T. 
Fischer, Fred A. 
Fishman, M. 
Fogel, R. W. 



1900 Steger Building 1895 

2857 Shakespeare Avenue 1911 

25 North Dearborn Street 1901 

4444 St. Lawrence Avenue 191 3 

III Washington Avenue, Wheaton, Illinois 1912 

6450 Kimbark Avenue 1907 

2103 Mozart Street ^904 

630 South Wabash Avenue 1899 

216 East Superior Street 1912 

Harvester Building — 1895 

35 South Dearborn Street 1912 

829 Montrose Boulevard 1911 

5440 Lexington Avenue 1912 

5540 Cornell Avenue 1910 

1425 Carmen Avenue 1912 

720 108 LaSalle Street 1904 

1832 Calumet Avenue 1912 

6037 Prairie Avenue ... 1912 

2717 North Kedzie Avenue 1912 

1417 Railway Exchange Building 1910 

25 East Van Buren Street 1910 

1417 Railway Exchange Building 1909 

1912 Western Avenue 1903 

4725 Fulton Street 1909 

1517 Madison Street 1910 

5243 Kenmore Avenue 1912 

1233 Marquette Building 1895 
2849 West 22nd Street 

4519 Indiana Avenue 1912 
Oak Park Y. M. C. A., Oak Park, Illinois 

1614 Corn Exchange Bank Building 1894 

2910 Logan Boulevard 1912 

1123 Throop Street 1912 

167 West Washington Street 1894 

4645 Maiden Avenue 1911 

516-35 South Dearborn Street 1895 

4530 Lake Avenue 1895 

1361 East 52nd Street 1912 

1246 Pratt Avenue 1912 

1427 Park Street 1912 

1839 Warner Avenue 1910 



MEMBERS 



Froh, J. T. 

Frybort, Chas. Fisher 

Gillette, Edwin F. 

Graham, E. R. 

Greenfield, George H. 

Greengard, B, C. i 

Griswold, R. E. 

Haagen, Paul T. 

Hall, Alfred G. 

Hanifin, a. C. 

Haviland, C. a. 

Hayes, C. L. 

Heun, Arthur 

Heer, R. N. 

Hoeppner, E. a. 

Holmes, Harold 

Hooper, William T., 

Horn, Benj. J, 

Hyland, Paul V. 

Ingram, Horace C. 
Jenkins, A. M. 

Jensen, Elmer C. 
Jensen, Jens 
Johnson, Jens A. 
Johnston, Percy T. 
Lane, Harry L. 
Langerstrom, Art O. 
Lawrence, A. J. 
Leavell, John Calvin 
Levings, Mark M. 
LiLLESKAu, John 
Lippincott, Roy A. 
Llewellyn, Ralph C. 
Mahler, H. H. 
Maixon, T. N. 
Maynard, H. S. Jr. 
Messer, John W. 
Morphette, Archie J, 
Mundie, William B. 
Mueller, Paul F. P. 
Nagle, Callard p. 
J Naper, Herbert J. 
Nelson, Edward T. 
Nettenstrom, Elmer T. 
Nimmons, George C. 
Oldfest, Edward G. 
Oliver, R, H. 
Ostergren, Robert C. 
Ostrom, Paul 
Ottenheimer, Henry L. 



2244 Trumbull Avenue 

4451 Washington Boulevard 

8 South Dearborn Street 

1417 Railway Exchange Building 

3031 Michigan Avenue 

1868 Central Park Avenue 

IIS West Erie Street 

St. Louis, Missouri 

5035 Fulton Street 

Jt4os Monadnock Block 

1149 East 6ist Street 

105 Dearborn Street 

801 Steinway Hall 

3454 Elaine Place 

749 Mills Building, San Francisco, California 

1057 Thorndale Avenue 

168 North 51st Court 

loss East 47th Street 

ISIS Heyworth Building 

4919 Lake Avenue 

1909 Farwell Avenue 

1401 New York Life Building 

1141 Sacramento Avenue 

2623 North Central Park Avenue 

3515 Wilton Avenue 

7401 Union Avenue 

I22S West ssth Street 

441 North 57th Avenue 

6047 Kimbark Avenue 

172 Mentor Building 

2447 Ballou Street 

1446 Otis Building 

1520-ist National Bank Building 

76 West Monroe Street 

2254 Sunnyside Avenue 

2525 Clybourne Avenue 

3131 West Cornelia Street 

SS28 Michigan Avenue 

1401 New York Life Building 

179 West Randolph Street 

3004 Logan Boulevard 

846 Groveland Avenue 

1401 New York Life Building 

2425 Clara Place 

2007 Peoples Gas Building 

loss East 47th Street 

406-606 South Michigan Avenue 

2939 Vernon Avenue 

Lockport, Illinois 

71S Fort Dearborn Building 



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1912 
1907 
1894 
1912 
1912 

1902 
1909 
1908 
1912 
1911 
1904 

1889 
1912 
1911 
1912 
1900 
1909 
1912 
1890 
1904 
1904 
1912 
1912 
1912 

1909 
1904 
189s 
1909 
1908 
1905 
1913 
1909 
1912 
1912 
i88s 
i88s 
1904 
1902 

1895 
1906 
1900 
1909 
1910 
1909 

1904 



MEMBERS 



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Perkins, Dwight H. 
Peterson, Chas. G. . 
Prather, Fred V. 
Preis, C. G. 
Pringle, W. L. 
Pattison, E. B. 
Rabig, Charles E. K. 
Rapp, George L. 
Rawson, Lorin H. 
Rebori, a. N. 
Reed, Earl H. 
Reinhold, O. 
Reich ERT, Wm. G. 
Richards, J. V. 
RUGE, P. H. 
RusY, Anthony F. 
Salisbury, Robt. H. 
Sandegren, Andrew 
schaefer, w. j. 
ScHOLER, Fred 
Schroeder, William 
Schwartz, Albert A. 
Shaw, Howard Van Doren 
SiLHA, Otto A. 
Sincere, Edwin M. 
Slovinec, John 
SoLM, Frank 
Somers, Elbert S. 
Stege, John D. 
Stone, F. F. 
SuRMANN, John 
Stanton, F. C. 
Taggart, John A. 
Tallmadge, Thos. E. 
Thomas, E. T. 
Venning, Frank 
Von Gunten, O. 
Von Holst, Herman 
Vrooman, Geo. 
Wagner, Fritz Jr. 
Walker, Frank C. 
Wells, Frederick 
Wilson, Horatio R. 
Williams, Theo. S. 
WiNSLOW, Benjamin E. 
Wirt, Frederick B. 
Wolff, Rudolph G. 
Wuehrmann, Wm. G. 



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IIOO-6 North Clark Street 1895 

505 Superior Street 1912 
1438 Bryn Mawr Avenue • 1913 

13th Floor Monroe Building 1912 
6933 South Throop Street 
1901 Steger Building 

Monroe Building 1909 

1005-69 West Washington Street 1900 

Hinsdale, Illinois 1897 

5636 Washington Avenue 1910 

4748 Lake Avenue 1908 
931 North Willow Avenue 

715 Fort Dearborn Building 1905 

1055 East 47th Street 1912 

3934 North 44th Avenue 1903 

1339 South Avers Avenue 1903 

Wheaton, Illinois 1911 

First National Bank Building 1904 
Hinsdale, Illinois 

1033 National Bank Building, Omaha, Nebraska 1912 

1344 Edgewood Avenue 1912 

1064 West i2th Street 1910 

172 Mentor Building 1895 

720 Tribune Building ^903^- 

4744 Prairie Avenue 1912 

2123 West sith Street 1910 

45 East Division Street 1912 

1614 Corn Exchange Bank Building 1908 

6011 Woodlawn Avenue 1912 

1417 Railway Exchange Building 1911 

6103 Woodlawn Avenue 1911 
909 Gault Avenue 

333 62nd Street 1909 

1004-189 West Washington Street 1900 
2140 South Washtenaw Avenue 

Glen Ellyn, Illinois 1910 

3412 Calumet Avenue 1912 

907 Steinway Hall 1896 
Care of Paul Dickinson, Security Building 

2525 Clybourne Place 1909 

1800 Railway Exchange Building 1904 

6030 Vincennes Avenue 1912 

104 South Michigan Avenue 1904 

1901 Steger Building 1912 

2540 North Sacramento Avenue 1903 

6030 Kimbark Avenue 1903 

2145 North Clark Street 1910 

6954 Yale Avenue 1909 



ALLIED MEMBERS 



Brand, Gustave A. 
Dunning, W. N. 
Maldaner, Arthur 
Paffrath, Kasper, 



1428 Michigan Avenue 
1843 Peoples Gas Building 
59 Stock Exchange Building 
225 Wisconsin Street 



1 90s 
1910 
1905 
1913 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 



Andrews, Elliotf R. 
Appei,, Henry L. 
Beckerleg, E. L. 
Beidler, a. W. 
Beil, Carl 
Bi.oMFiELD, James 
Bonner, Chas. 
BowsTEAD, Harry G. 
Capron, F. F. 
Combs, Rogers M. 
Crofoot, Fred 
Crowe, John G. 
Dillon, H. R. 
Ellis, H. W. 
EwEN, John M. 
Gage, Thos. G. 
Gates, Major E. 

Gates, Neil H. 

Grace, Wm. 
Haigh, Arthur H. 
Huey, Wm. B. 
Johnson, Ernest V. 
junkin, j. p. 
Kehm, August 

KlMBELL, M. N. 

Koch, W. W. 
Lanquist, Andrew 
Lau, Willy H. 
Matz, Herman L. 
McKeeby, Sanford 
Moulding, Joseph W. 
Mullen, J. Bernard 
Morgan, Elisha 
Nelson, E. S. 
Noelle, Joseph B. 
O'Connell, Thomas F. 
Perron, Nelson J. 
Pierce, J, N. 
Potthoff, N. a. 
Prosser, H. B. 
Robinson, Albert E. 
Rodatz, Jacob 



301 Chamber of Commerce 1909 

179 West Washington Street 1901 
4234 Adams Street 1904 
439 Rookery Building 1905 
19 East Pearson Street 1908 
1020 Winona Avenue 1909 
1205 Chamber of Commerce 1904 
Glen Ellyn, Illinois . 1909 
175 North Dearborn Street 1905 
1203 Chamber of Commerce . 1895 

180 West Washington Street 1906 
2cx)8 Peoples Gas Building 1905 
820 South Michigan Avenue 191 1 
177 North Dearborn Street 1905 
525 Rookery Building 1892 
400 Calumet Building 1909 
2008 Peoples Gas Building 1910 

2008 Peoples Gas Building ^ 1909 

519 South Oakley Avenue 1904 

1004 Marquette Building 1905 

406 South Dearborn Street 1908 

iioo Commercial National Bank Building 1905 

320 West 26th Street 1910 
13 West Kinzie Street 1910 
304 Chamber of Commerce 1908 

321 South LaSalle Street 1910 
rioo North Clark Street 1904 
58 East Lake Street 1902 
304 Chamber of Commerce 1895 
112 West Adams Street 1908 
1202 Chamber of Commerce 1903 
1914 Wabash Avenue 1906 
Highland Park, Illinois 1911 
3255 North Clark Street 1910 
184 West Washington Street 1901 
313 Chamber of Commerce 1904 
Chicago Varnish Company 191 1 
335 West Madison Street 1908 
350 Dearborn Avenue 1907 
29 South LaSalle Street 1895 
72 West Adams Street 1906 
868 Rookery Building 1904 



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ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 



Rose, W. L. 
Schmidt, Richard O. 
Snell, H. W. 
Snyder, J. W. 
SoRENSEN, Albert H. 
Van Dort, G. Broes 
VOGEL, L. C. 
White, F. G. 

WOLFARTH, WiM.IAM 

Wood, John R. 



47th Avenue & West Polk Street 

1600 South Jefferson Avenue 

1335 Byron Street 

Peoples Gas Building 

104 South Michigan Avenue 

20 West Jackson Boulevard 

5322 Aberdeen Street 

1210 Chamber of Commerce 

2547 Archer Avenue 

1415 Railway Exchange Building 



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NON-RESIDENT MEMBERS 



Adelsperger, Roland 
Andrews, A. G. 
Brown, Clarence T. 
Clarke, L. C. Jr. 
Corse, R. P. 
Growth er, Fred 
Davis, Frank L. 
Dunning, Hugh B. 
Frary, I. fiv^ 
Harbeck, JervTs^^. ^ 
Hengels, Henry C. 
Heinz, George P. 
HoBBs, Ray M. 
Long, Birch B. 
longley, dwight h. 
Morse, Burton E. 
Parmalee, E. Dean 
i'ATTisoN, Edward B. 
Potts, J. Oliver 
Ridley, T. Ralph 
ScHRADER, Ernest 
SiMMiNS, John S. 
Small, John S. 
Stanton, F. C. 
Torrence, James R. 
TuttlEj a. B. 
Wells Wm. A. 
Welling, F. P. 
Wf.renskjold, Ralph 
Zimmerman, A. G. 



214 Dean Building, South Bend, Indiana 1896 

1616 Frick Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 1902 

Minneapolis, Minnesota 1909 

Europe 1909 

Harvard University 1909 
Bradshavv Building, Prince Albert, Sashchewan 1911 

1713 Flatiron Building, New York City 1889 

Kenosha, Wisconsin 1908 
3240 Athol Avenue, Oakland, California 

123 Theodore Street, Detroit, Michigan 1901 

702 Grand Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1911 

Chamber of Commerce, Denver, Colorado 1899 

1331 Ingrahm Street, Los Angeles, California 1910 

7 East 42nd Street, New York City 1895 

1331 Hill Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan 1909 

Twin Falls, Idaho 1898 

New York 191 1 

Camp & LaFayette Streets, New Orleans, La. 1900 

1317 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 1903 

3021 Kenwood Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. 1909 

Europe 1911 

309 Caxton Building, Vancouver, B. C. 1910 
Europe 

Care of J. C. Teahuem, Calgary, Canada 1911 

186 Claremont Avenue, New York City 1904 

II Rue Scribe, Paris, France 1908 
31 Old P. O. Building, Oklahoma City, Okla. 1898 

Columbus, Ohio 1911 

Europe 1910 

II East 24th Street, New York City 1894 



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MEDAL OF HONOR 

AWARDED BY 

THE ILLINOIS CHAPTER OF THE 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 



THE ILLINOIS CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN INSTI- 
TUTE OF ARCHITECTS has re-established a gold medal of honor for 
award to designers of buildings represented in the Annpal Exhibition of the 
Chicago Architectural Club, the conditions accompanying the proposed award 
being as follows: 

That any architectural work in the State of Illinois, if completed within 
five years previous to the date of exhibition, may be offered foi* consideration. 
That the architect or architects who design the work, in order to be eligible 
to the award, must present for exhibition one or more photographs of the 
executed work, also one or more drawings, including a small scale plan, and 
shall submit to the jury such working drawings of the structure as they may 
^ desire to examine. Any work represented in the exhibit may be eligible for 
consideration by the jury, provided that at least a plan, and also a photograph 
of the executed work, shall be brought before the jury on their request. Only 
architects or firms of architects maintaining offices in the State of Illinois will 
be eligible to the award. 

That an architect or firm of architects to whom this medal may be awarded 
once shall be ineligible for a future award. 

That the medal shall be accompanied by a certificate setting forth the name 
of the completed structure which formed the basis of the award, together 
with the considerations which in the opinion of the jury characterized the 
structure as worthy of the award. 

That the jury shall consist of seven architects, one the President of the Chi- 
cago Architectural Club, one the President of the Illinois Chapter, and five 
architects appointed by the Illinois Chapter. 

That one medal only shall be awarded each year, and four members of the 
jury voting for the author or authors of the same work shall be necessary to 
an award, and that no award shall be made if in the opinion of the jury no 
work presented is sufficiently meritorious. 



WINNERS OF THE MEDAL 
POND & POND— 1909 

Building — Women's Baptist Missionary Home Training School, 

Chicago 

MARSHALL & FOX— 1910 
Building — The Blackstone Hotel, Chicago 



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COUNTRY HOL'SE FOR W. P. COWAN, WH EATON. (WATER COLOR.) 

Spencer & Powers, .Aix'hitects. 




RENDERING, EDISON SHOP, BABSON BROTHERS, CHICAGO. 
Purcell, Fpick & Elmslie, Architects. 



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WOOI.WORTH BUILDING. STUDY OF MAIN ENTRANCE HALL. 

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SKETCH OF HOUSE AT I4TCHFIEI.D, COXN. 
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SKETCH OF HOUSE NEAR BYRN MAWR, PA. 
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ORIGINAL DRAWING,. 
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FIRST PRIZE DESIGN. 13TH ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP. 

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LIST OF EXHIBITORS 



AHLSCHLAGER, JOHN, SON & CO.— 155 N. Clark St. 

1. University Building-Evangelical Luthein Concordia College, River Forest 

Illinois. 

ALSCHULER, ALFRED S.— 1900 Steger Bldg. 

2. Philipsborn Building, Van Buren & LaSalle Sts. 

3. Webster Building & Addition, Van Buren k LaSalle Sts. - 

4. Thompson Commissary, N. Clark & Kinzie Sts. 

AMERICAN SEATING COMPANY — 218 S. Wabash Ave. 

5. DaVinci's "Last Supper" by Alois Lang. 

6. "Grape .^Leaf" carbing (solid). 

7. "Grape & Wheat" carving (solid). 

8. "Passion Flower" carving. 

9. "Grape Leaf" carving (Perforated). 

ATTERBURY, GROSVENOR — 20 W. 43d St., New York City. 

10. Bungalow for Mrs. C. H. Stanton, Watch Hill, Rhode Island. 

11. House for Charles A. Peabody, Esq., Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island. 

BEHR, E. THEO.— 630 S. Wabash Ave. 

12. Scheme for Decoration of a Restaurant. No. i. (Water Color.) 

13. Scheme for Decoration of a Restaurant. No. 2 

14. Scheme for Decoration of a Restaurant. No. 3. 

15. Proscenium Arch Decoration, Painted for Chase Theatre, Washington, D. C. 

16. Ceiling Painting for Chsae Theatre, Washington, D. C. 

17. Sketch for Ceiling Painting. Theatre at Sacramento, Cal. 

BEMAN, S. S.— Harvester Bldg. 

18. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Evanston, Illinois. 

19. Hamilton Club. 

BENNETT, E. H.— 1800 Railway Exchange. 

20. Plan of Portland, Ore. Prepared for Civic Improvement League. 

21. Plan of Portland, Ore. Prepared for Civic Improvement League. 

22. Plan of Portland, Ore. Prepared for Civic Improvement League. 

23. The Elevation of Island, Cedar Rapids, for River Front Improvement 

Commission. 

24. Detail Plan of River from B. Ave., Cedar Rapids, for River Front Im- 

provement Commission. 

25. Cedar Rapids — Diagram of River showing scheme of development. 

26. Cedar Rapids — Elevation of Island. Prepared for River Front Improve- 

ment Commission. 

27. Cedar Rapids — Gen. Suggestion for Plan of City. For River Front Im- 

provement Commission. 

28. Cedar Rapids — Section A-A. Prepared for River Front Improvement 

Commission. 



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29- Cedar Rapids — Proposed Development of Mays Island. 

30. Plan of Minneapolis. Prepared for the Civic Commission of Minneapolis. 

31. Plan of Minneapolis, Minn. Prepared for the Civic Commission of 

Minneapolis. 

32. Plan of Minneapolis, Minn. Prepared for the Civic Commission of 

Minneapolis. 

33. Plan of Minneapolis, Minn. Prepared for the Civic Commission of 

Minneapolis. 

BERNHARD, WILHFXM — 1356 Rosemont Ave. 

34. Westmanland, Sweden. Traveling sketch in sepia. 

35. Venice, Italy. Traveling sketch in sepia. 

36. (Jenova, Italy. Traveling sketch in sepia. 

37. Interior of a Billard Room. 

38. Interior of a Music Room. 

39. Stockholm. Traveling sketch in sepia. 

40. Castle (jlauchau, Saxton. Traveling sketch in sepia. 

41. Perspectives for City Club Housing Competition. 

42. Winning design for City Club Housing Competition. 

43. Perpective of main entrance to country home. 

44. Interior of music room for country home. 

45. Interior of tea room. 

46. Tombstone. 

47. Water gate, Pillnitz, Saxony. Drawing In black and white. 

BETTS, WM. B.— 5540 Cornell Ave. 

48. Charcoal Study. 

49. Charcoal Study. 

50. Charcoal Study. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION — 720 Tribune Bldg. 

51. Carter H. Harrison Technical High School. 

52. Nicholas Senn High School. 

BOCK, RICHARD W.— River Forest, 111. 

53. A Bronze Panel at the Entrance to the Devoe Building. 

54. Fountain Sketch. Robert Spencer, Architect. 

BOHNARD & PARSSON— 510 Cham, of Com. Bldjj., Cleveland, Ohio. 

55. Residence of Mr. F. Zimmerman, Lake Ave., Lakewood, O. 

56. Residence of Mr. W. P. Wightman, Elandon Drive, Ambler Hts. 

57. Residence of Mr. CJoIdman, Chestnut Hills Drive, Amber Hts. 

BRADSHAW, PRESTON J.— Liggett Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

58. One of the Colonial Homes and Two Entrances. 

59. Rooms in W. C. McBride residence, Washington Terrace, St. Louis. 

BROWN, FRANK CHOUTEAU — 9 Park St., Boston, Mass. 

60. Residence of Sumner Robinson, Escj., West Newton, Mass. 

61. A Brick Cottage "Bungalow." 

62. House for Thomas R. Young, Esq., Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

63. Three F^ntrance Details, House for F. E. Richardson, Esq., Rowley, Mass. 



BROWN & WALCOTT— 19 S. La Salle St. 

64. Residence of Mrs. Agnes Seng, Wilmette, III. 

65. St. Augustines Church, Wilmette, 111. 

66. Ouilmette Country Club, Wilmette, 111. 

BUCK, LAWRENCE — 916 Steinway Hall. 

67. Study for a house near Ravinia, 111. 

68. Study for a house at Rockford, 111. 

69. Study for a house at Rockford, 111. 

70. Study for a house at Rockford, III. 

71. Study for a house at Allandale Farm, Lakevilla, 111. 

BURNHAM, D. H., & CO.— 141 7 Railway Exchange Bldg. 

72. First National Bank Building, Milwaukee. Perspective of Constructed 

Design. , ' 

73. Dime Savings Bank Building, Detroit. Perspective of Elevation. 

74. Insurance Exchange Building, ChTcago. Perspective. 

75. Continental & Commercial Bank Bldg., Chicago. Perspective of Building. 

76. Continental & Commercial Bank Building, Chicago. Perspective of Bank- 

ing Room. 

77. Continental & Commercial Bank Building. Perspective of Building. 

78. Continental & Commercial Bank Building. Perspective of Colonnade. 

79. Proposed Building, Winter Night Perspective Detail. 

80. Peoples Gas Light & Coke Building, Chicago. Interior perspective. 

81. Continental & Commercial Bank Building. Detail perspective of Pro- 

posed Entrance Motive, Chicago. 

82. Continental & Commercial Bank Building, Chicago. Detail perspective 

of proposed Motive. 

83. Wm. Filene's Sons Co., Boston. Perspective of Building. 

84. Second National Bank Building, Toledo, Ohio. 

CADY, J. K.— 179 W. Washington St. 

85. View of The Griess-Pfleger Tanning Co.'s Plant from the Chicago River. 

86. Residence of Mr. J. M. Tuttle, Highland Park, III. 

CAMERON, EDGAR S.— 10 East Ohio St. 

87. "Discovery." Sketch for Decoration of Court House. 

88. "Agricultural." Sketch for Decoration of Court House. 

89. "Jurisprudence." Sketch for Decoration of Court-room. 

CARNEGIE INST. OF TECHNOLOGY — Pittsburgh. Pa. 

90. Class A. Problem in Design — "A Catafalque." 

91. Archaeology Measured Drawing — "A Tomb Of Francois ii." 

92. Class B. Plan Problem— Plan "A Small Library." 

93. Class B. Plan Problem— Elevation "A Small Library." 

CARRERE & HASTINGS — 225 Fifth Ave., New York City. 

94. Knnedler & Company, 556 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 

95. Black, Starr & Frost, 592 Fifth Avenue, New York City. 

96. A. Alexander, 548 Fifth Avenue, New York City 

97. Whiting Memorial Chapel— Cathedral of St. John tlie Divine. End Eleva- 

tion. 

98. Whiting Memorial Chapel— Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Side Eleva- 

tion 



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CHAMBERLAIN, F. FOLLES — Rochelle Park. N. Y. 

ACADEMY OF ROME WORK ^ 

99. Seven Travel Sketches. , 

loo. Five Travel Sketches, 

loi. Child with Doll. 

102. Sala del Cambio, Perugia. 

103. Study for seated figure. 

104. Sketch in Viterbo. P p 

105. Loggia of Villa Madama. 

106. Facade of Oratorio of St. Bernadio. 

107. Sketch of head in Sunlight. 
io8. Two Landscapes. 

109. Cathedral Gargenti. 

no. Interior of St. Mark's, Venice. 

111. Sketch of Aquaduct. 

112. Entrance court of palace, Siena. 

113. Sketch on Palatine, Rome. 

114. Memory Sketch of Concorsa di Bellazza. 

115. Detail of wall decoration, Pompei. 

116. Temple of Juno, Girgenti. 

117. Sketch of Nude. 

n8. Semi circular seat, Pompei. 

119. Sketch of boy in 14th centuary costume. 

120. Detail of Piccolomoni Library, Siena. 

121. Sketch of Villa Lante. 

122. Sketch of seated figure — oil. 

123. Temple of Segesta. 

124. Tower of Siena. 

125. Temple of Concord, (jirgenti. 

126. Interior of Piccolomoni Library. 

127. Castle of Taormina. 

128. Collaboration Sketch 

129. Wine Shop, Pompei. 

130. Babistery of St. C^iovanni. 

131. Street in Siena. 

132. Study of Head. 

133. Three Landscapes. 

134. Study for Dancing Girl. 

135. Detail of Decoration, Piccolomoni. 

136. Detail of Vault, Sistine Chapel. 

CHATTEN & HAMMOND— 1 1 12-64 K. Van Buren St. 

137. Exterior Views — Residence — Mr. C. M. Parker, Highland Park, 111. (Photos.) 

138. Dining Room — Residence — Mr. John Builder, Evanston, 111. (Photos.) 

139. Living Room — Residence — Mr. John Builder, Evanston, 111. (Photos.) 

140. Detail of Entrance — Residence — Mr. John Builder, Evanston, 111. (PJiotos.) 

141. Exterior Views — Residence — Mr. H. VV. Armstrong, Evanston, 111. (Photos.) 

142. Exterior Views — Residence — Mr. E. C. Loomis, Chicago, HI. (Photos.) 

143. Interior Views — Residence — Mr. E. C. Loomis, Chicago, 111. (Photos.) 

144. Exterior Views — Thomson & Taylor Spice Co. Warehouse, Chicago. 

(Photos.) 



CHATTEN, HARVEY, Architect — Quincy, 111, 

145. Winter Cottage built in Florida for Thos. E. Wardell of Macon, Mo. 

CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL QLUB— Art Institute. . 

146. First Prize Design. 13th Annual Scholarship. R. G. Wolff. 

147. First Prize Design. 13th Annual Scholarship. R. G. W^olff. 

148. First Prize Design. 13th Annual Scholarship. R. G. Wolff. 

149. Medal Prize Design. 13th Annual Scholarship. W. J. Schaefer. 

150. Medal Prize Design. 13th Annual Scholarship. W. J. Schaefer. 

151. Medal Prize Design. 13th Annual Scholarship. W. J. Schaefer. 

152. First Mention Elevation. 13th Annual Scholarship. B. C Cireengard. 

153. Second Mention Elevation. 13th Annual Scholarship. Win. G. Wuehrmann. 

154. Third Mention Design. 13th Annual Scholarship. A. A. Schwartz. 

CHICAGO SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE — Art Institute. 

155. Chicago School of Arch. A Catholic Cathedral. J. H. Bischof. 

156. Chicago School of Arch. A Catholic Cathedral. J. H. Bischof. 

157. A Fine Arts Building. C. D. Faulkner. 

158. A Fine Arts Building. C. D. Faulkner. 

159. Curtain and Proscenium Arch, for a Theatre. A. D. Gibbs. 

160. A Fine Arts Building. J. H. Bischof. 

161. Chicago School of Arch. A Catholic Cathedral. M. D. Hetherington. 

162. Chicago School of Arch. A Catholic Cathedral. W. A. Lautz. 

163. Chicago School of Arch. A Catholic Cathedral. W. A. Lautz. 

164. An Electriolier — M. D. Hetherington. 

CLAS, A. C, Architect — 419 Broadway, Milwaukee, Wis. 

165. Lake Shore Drive, Milwaukee, Wis. 

CLAY, WM. W., Architect — 226 S. La Salle St. 

166. Premises 454 to 460 North Park Ave., Chicago, Laura B. Harding. 

(Colorist.) 

167. Photogravure of a Monumental Memorial I^esign from a Sepia tint by 

Paul C. Lautrop in r888. 

CRAM, GOODHUE & FERGUSON — 2 W. 47th St., New York. 

168. Cathedral of the Incarnation — Baltimore, Maryland. 

169. Cathedral of the Incarnation — Baltimore, Maryland, Exterior. 

170. Cathedral of the Incarnation — Baltimore, Maryland, Interior. 

171. Cathedral of the Incarnation — Baltimore, Maryland, Plan. 

DUHRING, OKIE & ZIEGLER — 705 Bailey Bldg., Philadelphia. 

172. House for R. Norris Williams, Esq., at St. Martins. 

173. House for Franklin Baker, Jr., at Cjermantown, Phila., Pa. 

174. House for Ledyard Heckscher, Esq., at Radnor, Pa. 

175. House for Ledyard Heckscher, Esq., at Radnor, Pa. 

176. Houses on Crefeldt St., St. Martins, Pa. 

177. House for William B. Hart, Esq., at Radnor, Pa. 

178. House for William B. Hart, Esq., at Radnor, Pa. 

179. House for Hon. Philander C. Knox, at Valley Forge, Pa. 

180. House for Hon. Philander C. Knox, at Valley Forge, Pa. 

181. House for C. M. Brown, Esq., at (Jermantown. 



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EYRE, WILSON & MclLVAINE— 1003 Spruce St., Philadelphia. 

182. Sketch of house near Byni Mawr, Pa. 
j 183. Sketch of house at Litchfield, Conn. 

FAIRBANKS, FRANK P.— 20 Gramercy Park, New York City. 

184. Lunette American Academy in Rome. . , 

185. Mars — Decorative panel. 

186. Lyric Ode — Third Year Decoration. 

FAULKNER, BARRY— 11 MacDougal Alley, New York City. 

187. The Cavern Sketch for Stage Scenery. ~ 

188. Procession of the Seasons. Sketch for Mural Decorations. 

FERRY & CLAS, Architects— 1 19 Broadway, Milwaukee, Wis. 

189. Stables. 

! 190. CJrand Stand — State Fair Park, Milwaukee, Wis. 

GILBERT, CASS— II E. 24th St., New York. 

191. Water Color Sketch — Antwerp Cathedral. 

192. Water Color Sketch — Andreas Platz, Hildesheim, Cjermany. 

193. Water Color Sketch — Dean's Yard, Winchester. 

194. Water Color Sketch — Campanili at Venice. 

195. Water Color Sketch — Winchester Cathedral. 

1 196. The School of Industrial Arts of Trenton, \. J. 

197. Finney Chapel. Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio. 

198.- National State Bank of Newark, N. J. 

199. Woolworth Building. Study of Main Entrance Hall. 

GREEN, PAUL— 139 N. Clark St. 

200. Perspective of residence for Mr. H. C. Haight, Canton, Ohio. 

201. LaSalle Street. 

GRIFFIN, WALTER BURLEY — 1600 Monroe Bldg. 

202. Own House, Winnetka, HI., Satin Rendering. 

203. "Frier Center Neighborhood, Winnetka, HI. 

204. James C}. Nelson Dwelling, Mason City, lo.. Satin Rendering. 

205. Mr. H. M. Mess Residence, Winnetka, HI., Satin Drawing. 

206. Mr. Holahan Dwelling, Mason City, Iowa, Satin Rendering. 

207. Stinson Public Library, Anna, ill.. Satin Rendering. 

208. R. D. Ciriffin CJrounds, Edwardsville, III., Satin Drawing. 

209. E. W. Clark, Jr., Re-Subdivision of Janey's Addition, Orinnell, la.. Satin 

Rendering. 

HALL, EMERY STANFORD — 1219 Association Bldg. 

210. Bungalow. 

HARTMAN, W. A.— 1613 E. 55th St. 

211. Mural l^ecoration. 

HARVEY, G. L.— 105 S. Dearborn St. 

212. Garv Hospital for V . S. Steel Corporation. 

HILL & WOLTERSDORF, Architect — 138 N. La Salle St. 

213. A Store & Loft Building in the Wholesale District. 

214. Devoe Building, Chicago. 



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HOLAB'IRD & ROCHE, Architects— 1400 Monroe Bldg. 

215. Original Water Color, J. A. Holabird. 

216. Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, Boston, William G. Beal. 

217. Column of St. Marks Entrance to Doge's Palace, Panlari. 

218. Venetian Sketch in Oil, Edward J. Holslag. 

219. .Venetian Sketch in Oil, Edward J. Holslag. 

220. Entrance to Doge's Palace, T. Jormaine. 

221. Old Houses in Queen St. Original Water Color, Joseph Nash. 

222. Broughton Oxon, Joseph Nash. 

, 223. Sutton Place, Guildford, Surrey, Joseph Nash. 

224. Borwick Hall, Lancashire, Joseph Nash. 

225. Original Water Color, Josepii Nash. 

226. Hal Speke, Lancashire, Joseph Nash. 

227. Porch, Audley End, Essex, Joseph Nash. 

228. Bay Window in Hall, Bramhall, Cheshire, Joseph Nash. 

229. Grand Staircase, Holland House, Kensington, Joseph Nash. 

230. Original Water Color, Joseph Nasii. 

HOLSMAN AND HUNT— 1843 McCormick Bldg. 

231. Proposed Hotel for Wawa.-ee Inn Company, Wawasee, Ind. 

HUNT, JARVIS. 

232. Perspective of the Michigan Boulevard Building, Chicago, 111. 

233. Connecting link for all steam roads entering Chicago. Plan for same. 

234. Connecting link for all steam roads entering Chicago. Birdseye view. 
Interior of Bank Building. (Perspective.) 

235. South elevation of the Kansas City Star Building, Kansas City, Mo. 

236. Interior of Kansas City Station. (Prospective.) 

237. Prospective of the Kansas City Union Station, Kansas City, Mo. 

238. Proposed Longitudinal Section, Continental & Commercial National Bank of 

Chicago. 

HUxNT, MYRON— 1017 Hibernian Bldg., Los An^^eles, Calif. 
239 Living Room — Russell Taylor Residence, Los Angeles, Calif. 

240. Residence — Hueneme, California. 

241. Residence — Pasadena, California, J. P. W^ilson. 

HYETT, ROBERT LEAL — 606 S. MichiK^^n Ave. 

242. Mantel in Living Room, Hou>e for Mr. C. (}. Wells. 

243. Apartment House — Lake Sliore Drive, Chicago. 

JENNEY. MUNDIE & JENSEN— 1401 New York Life Bldji;. 

244. City National Bank of Evansville, Ind. 

245. First National Bank of Champaign, III. 

246. C/raham & Sons Bank, 659-661 W. Madison St., Chicago. 

LEBENBAUM & MARX— 1508, 7 W. Madison St. 

247. Photographs — Delgado Art Museum — New Orleans, La. 

248. Photographs — Delgado Art Museum — New Orleans, La. 

249. Full Size Detail — Lamp Standard — Delgado Mu-eum of Art — New Orleans, 

La, 

250. Proposed Residence for James Watkins, Esq. 



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Photograph — Victor A. Pearlman Residence, Winnetka, 111. 

Water Color Rendering — Victor A. Pearlman Residence, Winnetka, 111. 

Sketch — A Residence for Mr. William Johnstone. 

Water Color — Tower of Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, Italy. 

Water color — San Giorge, Venice, Italy. 

Water Color — Court Yard, Verona, Italy. 

Water Color — La Giralda, Seville, Spain. 

Water Color — Cathedral Tower, Barcelona, Spain. 

Water Color — Interior, Villa Madama, Rome, Italy. 

Photograph — A. D. Lasker Residence, Glencoe, 111. 

Photographs — Interior Views and Entrance, Sidney M. Spiegel Residence, 

Winnetka, 111. 
Photograph — Sidney M. Spiegel Residence, Winnetka, 111. 
Perspective — Residence for Arthur R. Elliott, South Haven, Mich. 



LINDSTROM, ROBERT SETH — 1118 W. 351^ St. 

264. Central Manufacturing District Bank and Club Building, iiio W. 35th St. 

265. Water Color Drawing of Central Mfg. District Bank and Club Bldg., mo 

W. 35th St. 

266. Water Color Drawing — Stock Yards Inn, Chicago, III., U. S. Yards, Chi- 

cago, 111. 

267. Photographs Framed — Stock Yards Inn, Chicago. U. S. Yards, Chicago. 

268. Photographs Framed — Stock Yards Inn, Chicago. U. S. Yards, Chicago. 

269. Photographs Framed — Stock Yards Inn, Chicago. U. S. Yards, Chicago. 

270. Photographs Framed — Stock Yards Inn, Chicago. U. S. Yards, Chicago. 

271. Plan of Stock Yards Inn, Chicago, 111. Union Stock Yards, Chicago. 

272. Plan of Stock Yards Inn, Chicago, 111. Union Stock Yards, Chicago. 

LOWE & BOLLENBACHER— 14 E. Jackson St. 

273. United Charities of Chicago, Stock Yards District. 

274. St. Paul's by the Lake. 

275. Showers — Holland Residence, Bloomington, Ind. 

276. Monon Passenger Station, Bloomington, Ind. 



MAHER, GEORGE W.— i 100-910 S. Michigan Ave. 

277. "Interiors." Administration Bldg. The J. R. Watkins Medical Co., Winona, 

Minn. 

278. Northwestern University Campus Competition Plan, Evanston, III. 

279. "Campus Plan." Third Prize. 

280. Northwestern University Cjymnasium, Evanston, 111. 

281. "Interiors." Northwestern University (iymn~asium, Evanston, HI. 

282. "Scale Plan." Northwestern University Cjymnasium, Evanston, 111. 

283. The Joseph Sears Public School, Kenilworth, 111. 

284. Residence for Mr. Sidney Ossoski, Chicago, 111. 

285. Residence for Mr. Claude Seymour, Chicago, III. 

286. Residence for Mr. J. Hall Taylor, Oak Park, III. 

287. The J. R. Watkins Medical Co., Memphis, Tenn. 

288. The J. R. Watkins Medical Co., Winona, Minn. 

MARIENTHAL, OSCAR B.— 15 12 Association Bldg. 

289. Bank Building, Chicago. 



MARSHALL & FOX — 919 First National Bank Bldg. 

290. Lytton Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

291. Clibbons Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

292. Northwestern Naval and Military Academy, Lake Cieneva, Wis. 

293. Blackstone Theatre, Chicago, 111. 

McKIM, MEAD & WHITE— 160 Fifth Ave., New York. 

294. Perspective — New York Post OHice. 

295. Interior \'iews — President's House, Columbia I'niversity, N. Y. 

296. Perspective — Apartment House, 998 Fifth Ave., \. Y. 

297. View from Broadway looking over cit\, Municipal Bldg., N. Y. 

298. Colonnade, New Municipal Bldg., \. Y. 

299. Interior and Exterior \'iews, President's House, Columbia University, N. Y. 

300. Eighth Ave. Facade, New V. S. Post OHice, N. Y. 

NIMMONS, GEORGE C— 2007-122 Michigan Ave. 

301. Reid, Murdoch & Company's Building, Chicago. 

302. Kansas City Plant, Sears, Roebuck & Company, N. Kansas C^ty, Mo. 

303. Manufacturing Building No. i. Sears, Roebuck & Company, ('hicago. 

304. Large Tile Panel over Main Entrance to Franklin Bldg., after Painting 

of Oskar Ciross. 
Colored Panels of Printing Artisans for Exterior of Franklin Bldg., after 
Paintings of Oskar CJross. 

305. Model of the Main Entrance of Franklin Building, Chicago. (Colored.) 

306. The Franklin Building, Chicago. 

307. Decorative Tiles for Exterior Walls of Franklin Building. 

308. The Schaaf Building — Central Park Ave. and Fillmore St., Chicago. 

309. The Kimball Bldg., Michigan Ave. and 39th St. Detail of Tower. 

310. The Kimball Bldg., Michigan Ave. and 39th St. Detail of Main Entrance. 

311. The Kimball Bldg., Michigan Ave. and 39th St. Exterior. 

NORTHWESTERN TERRA COTTA CO.— Clybourn Ave. and Terra 
Cotta Place. 

312. r. C. Capital of the Dcvoe Building Facade, Chicago. Hill & Wolters- 

dorf, Architects. 

OTTENHELMER, STERN & REICHERT— 105 W. Monroe St. 

313. Photo of Residence (Front), Simon Klee, Evanston, 111. 

314. Photo of Residence Detail, Simon Klee, F^vanston, 111. 

315. Photo, Entrance Detail, The Nurnberg, Cor. Evanston and Lawrence Ave. 

316. Chicago-Winfield tuberculosis Sanitarium, Winfield, III. 

317. Photo, Front Elevation, Residence, Max Markwell, CJlencoe, III. 

PAFFRATH, KASPAR — 225 Wisconsin St., Chicago. 

318. Photograph of Church at Wheaton, 111. 

319. Tapestry Painting for Hamilton Chib. 

320. Sketch for Panel, St. Paul's Church. 

PALMER, HORNBOSTEL & JONES — 63 William St., New York City. 

321. Dormitories and Fraternity Bldgs., Northwestern I'niversity, Evanston, 111. 

PERKINS, DWIGHT H., Architect — 6 N. Clark St. 

322. Cleveland, Filton, Dante and Bowen Schools, Chicago. 



PERKINS, FELLOWS & HAMILTON — Room iioo 6 N. Clark St. 

323. Various Residences. 

324. Sketches for a Savings Bank and OHice Building. 

325. Kindergarten Building, Downers Cirove, 111. 

326. Nanking University, Nanking, China. 

327. Blakely-Osgood Building, Chicago. ' 

328. The Lion House, Lincoln Park, Chicago. 

329. High School, Pontiac, Michigan. 

330. Ridge Avenue School, South Evanston, District 76. 

331. Colfax Street School, City of Evanston, District 75. 

332. Sanborn Map Co.'s Building, Chicago. 

■ 333. The Lion House, Lincoln Parkj Chicago. 

334. The Lion House, Lincoln Park, Chicago. 

POND & POND, Architects— 1107 Steinvvay Hall, E. Van Buren St, 

335. Perspective View, Ravensvvood Church. Water Color. 

336. Study for a Memorial Library. Water C6lor. 

337. Perspective View Congregational Church, St. Joseph, Mich. Water Color. 

338. Perspective \'iew Congregational Church, St. Joseph, Midi. Water Color. 

339. Residence of Frederick A. Lorenz, I£sq., Chicago. Water C\)lor Drawing. 

340. Residence of John DeKoven Bowen, Eaq., Chicago. Water Color Drawing. 

PURCELL, FEICK & ELMSLIE — 739 Fine Arts Bldg., Chicago. 

341. Bracket Lamp, Mr. Henry K. Babson. 

342. Rug, Mr. Henry K. Babson. 

343. Diascope Stand and Color Pictures. 

344. Vase Stand. . . ^ — 

345. >■, Flower Vase. 

346. High Back Chair. 

347. Rendering, Bungalow for Mr. Chas. R. Crane, Woods Hole, Mass. 

348. Rendering, Edison Shop, Babson Brothers, Chicago. " 

349. Cilass Mosaic, Merchants Bank, Winona, Minn. 

350. Photograph, Aviation Cup. 

35X. Polychrome Terra Cotta, and Stand. 

352. Pencil Drawing, Dwelling, Minneapolis, Minn. 

353. Pencil Drawing, Dwelling, Minneapolis, Minn. 

354. Pencil Drawing, Dwelling, St. Paul, Minn. 

355. Photograph, Merchants Bank, Winona, Minn. 

356. Photograph, Henry Angell Loving Cup. 

SANDEGREN. ANDREW— First National Bank Bldg. 

357. Ranney Apartment Building. 



SEIPP, EDWIN A.— 179 W. Washington St. 

358. Sketch of a Yacht Club. (Water Color Perspective.) 

359. Residence for Peter S. Theurer, Kenilworth, 111. Photographs. 

360. Residence for Leonard H. \'aughan. Western Springs, 111. Photographs. 

361. Apartment at 4600 Drexel Boulevard, Chicago. Photograph. 

362. Interiors of Fraternity House at Madison, Wis. Photographs. 

363. Interiors of Apartment at ^6oo Drexel Blvd., Chicago. Photographs. 



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SHATTUCK& HUSSEY.— 19 S. LaSalleSt. ' 

"364. Y. M. C. A. Building, Providence, R. I. Men's Lobby, Auditorium. 

365. Y. M. C. A. Builciing, Providence, R. I. Swimming Pool, Boys' Lobby 

366. Y. M. C. A. Building, Brockton, Mass. Perspective. 

367. Y. M. C. A. Building, Springfield, Mass. Perspective. 

368. Y. M. C. A. Building, Atlanta, Ga. Men's Lobby. 

369. Y. M. C. A. Building, Providence, R. L Perspective. 

370. Y. M. C. A. Building, Providence, R. I. View of Court. 

SHAW, HOWARD — 39 S. State St. 

371. Entrance to Lake Shore Country Club. 



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Lake Shore Country Club. 
R. R. Donnelley & Sons Co.'s Printing Plant. 
Residences, Lake Forest and Chicago. 
Residences, Lake Forest and Chicago. 
Residences, Lake Forest and Chicago. 
Service Bldgs., J. M. Willcox, Radnor, Pa. 



SOCIETY OF BEAUX ARTS ARCHITECTS — 16 E. 33d St., N. Y. C. 



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"A Memorial Lighthouse." W. H. Uhler. 

"A Reservoir and Loggia." W. Jackman. 

"A Reservoir and Loggia." W. Jackman. 

''A Monumental Stairway." W. H. Kirchenbower. 

"A Holy Water Basin." E. J. HolthauseJi. 

"A City Residence." C. W. Stedman. 

"A City Residence." C. W. Stedman. 

"Entrance Bay to a Manor House." J. F. Yewell. 

"An Archaeological Institute." C. W. Stedman. 

"A Flag Pole." B. Hoyt. 

"A Moving Picture Establishment." C. W. Stedman. 

"A Government Printing, Lithographing and Engraving Establishment, to 

which is attached a Museum of Typography." D. M. Kirkpatrick. 
Ditto. 
Ditto. 
"The Court of Honor of an Exposition." D. D. Ellington. 



SPENCER & POWERS — 1446 Otis Bldg. 

393. Two Residences. C}uy E. Gibson & F. E. Compton. 

394. Photo, Residence. Mr. J. W. Broughton. (One frame.) 

395. Hotel, Atlin, B. C, for White Pass & Yukon Route. 

396. Country House for Mr. Clarence Stanley, near Indianapolis. (Pencil.) 

397. Country House for Mr. Clarence Stanley, near Indianapolis, Ind. (Water 

Color.) 

398. Country House for W. P. Cowan, Wheaton. (Pencil Perspective.) 

399. Country House for W. P. Cowan, Wheaton. (Water Color.) 

400. Residence, N. W. Williams, Evanston. (Water Color.) 

401. Fish for Mantel, Dining Porch, N. W. Williams Residence, Evanston. 

(Cast.) 

402. Cap for Small Pier, N. W. Williams Residence, Evanston. (Cast.) 

403. Center Piece, N. W. Williams Residence, Evanston. (Cast.) 

404. Ceiling Ornament, N. W. Williams Residence, Evanston. (Cast.) 



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405. Ceiling Border, Williams Residence, Evanstoii. (Cast.) 

406. Game Cock, Residence N. W. Williams, Evanston. (Cast.) 

407. Residence, C. W. McCready. 

STEVENSON, GORDON — 1256 N. State St. 

408. Arrangement for a Decorative Panel. 

STURM, MEYER J., Hospital, Architect— 1 16 S. Michigan Blvd. 

409. Chicago Fresh Air Hospital, Chicago. 

-.43.',, 

SULLIVAN, LOUIS H.— Auditorium Tower. 
Collection of Exhibits. Room 28. 

tALLMADGE & WATSON — 189 W. Madison St. 

410. Sketch for a Monument. 

411. Facade, Cathedral of Havana. (Etching.) 

412. Transept, Cathedral of Havana. (Etching.) 

413. A Cuban Balcony Etching. 

TRACY & SWARTWOUT —244 Fifth Ave., New York. 

414. Front Elevation of Missouri State Capitol. 

415. Second Floor Plan of Missouri State Capitol. 

416. Side Elevation and Cross Section of Missouri State Capitol. 

417. CJeneral Plot Plan of Missouri State Capitol. -< 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS — Urbana, 111. 

418. Doorway to Medicis Chapel, Paris. Plym. Fellowship envoi. Donald Gra- 

ham. 

419. Entrance to a College Dormitory. T. C. Fleming. 

420. A Students' Club Building. A. R. Brandner. • ^ ' 

421. Facade of Church of San March, Rome. Plym. Fellowship envoi. Donald 

Graham. 

422. Water Gate for a Pan-American Exposition. Plym. Traveling Fellow- 

ship. Winning Design. E. R. Ludwig. 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

423. A Memorial Statue Elevation. Dechant. 

424. Reception Room for a President. Elevation. F. W. Hastings. 

VIGEANT, GREGORY, JR.— 1216 Astor St. 

425. A Crematorium. University of Illinois. 

WILSON, H. R., & CO.— 104 S. Michijjan Ave. 

426. Theatre for Mr. John R. Thompson. 

427. Factory at Pratt & Sangamon Sts. 

428. Apartment Building at corner Hyde Park Blvd. and Ellis Ave. 

429. Residence, Drexel Blvd., near 44tli St. 

WRIGHT, FRANK LLOYD — 600 Orchestra Hall. 

430. Exterior of Lake CJeneva Hotel, Lake (Geneva, Wis. 

431. Interior of Hotel Madison, Madison, Wis. 

432. Interior of Hotel Madison, Madison, Wis. 



433- Exterior of Madison Hotel, Madison, Wis. ' 

434. Exterior of Hotel Madison, Madison, Wis. 

435. Perspective of Residence for Sherman M. Booth, Glencoe, 111. 

436. Perspective of Residenbe for Edward Schroeder, Milwaukee. 

WALKER, WM. E.— First National Bank Bldg. 

437. Bungalow on roof of Walker Apartment Bldg., Lake Shore Drive, Chicago. 

ZETTLER, EMIL R.— 3422 N. Seeley Ave. 

438. Fire Place for the Residence of Dr. Ballenger, Hubbard Woods, 111. 

HARTMAN, W. A.— 1613 E. 55th St. 

439. Church Window. 

BURNHAM. D. H.— 1417 Railway ExchaiiK^e Hl(^^^ 

440. Residence for Mr. Stanley Field, CJlencoe, HI. 

441. Residence for Mr. Stanley Field, Olencoe, 111. 

442. Residence for Mr. Stanley Field, (Jlencoe, III. 

443. Residence for Mr. Stanley Field, CJlencoe, 111. 

WEBER, PETER J.— 211 7 Fisher B\d^. 

444. Five Interior Views, West Baden Springs Pavilion. 

445. Residence in Rogers Park. 

ILLINOIS CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

446. Design for Approaches to the Chicago Ave. Bridge. 

Prepared by the Committee on Municipal Art. 

CRAM, GOODHUE k FERGUSON— 2 W. 47th St., New York. . 

447. Intercession Chapel, New York. 
Altar and Triptych. 

448. First Baptist Church, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

449. St. Thomas Church, New York City. 

450. First Baptist Church Interior. 



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CHICAGO ARCHl'lECTURAJ. CJ.UB 

J. F. SURMANN, ( iiaikmax WM. G. WUEHRMANN R. C. LLEWELLYN 

FRLIZ WAGNER 

IJJ.INOIS CHAPrER, AMERICAN INSTnUTE OE 

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ARTHUR G. BROWN H. V. VON HOLST THOS. E. TALLMADGE 



CHICA(X) ARCHITECTS' BUSINESS ASSOCIATION 

GEO. MAHER ]. D. YORK ARTHUR WOLTERSDORE 



JURY OF ADMISSION 



CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAE CLUB 

FRANCIS W . PUCKEY 

ILLINOIS CHAPTER, AMERICAN INSTELUTE OE 

ARCHITECTS 

MARTIN ROCHE 

THE CHICAGO ARCHITECTS' BUSINESS ASSOCIATION 

C;E0RGE MAHER 

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 

IN PRESENTING THIS ANNUAL CATALOCJUE, THE CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL CLUB WISHES TO EXPRESS ITS 
GRATITUDE. 

TO THE .ILLINOIS CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE 
OF ARCHITECTS AND THE CHICACJO ARCHITECTS' 
BUSINESS ASSOCIATION FOR THEIR COURTESY IN 
APPOINTINC; A COMMITTEE TO ASSIST THE ARCHITEC- 
TURAL CLUB IN MAKING THIS EXHIBITION A SUC- 
CESS; 

TO THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO, FOR ITS COURTEOUS 
HOSPITALITY IN EXTENDINC; TO THE CLUB THE USE 
OF ITS GALLERIES; 

TO THE PATRONS FOR THEIR LIBERAL AND HEARTY 
SUPPORT, ENABLIN(; THE PUBLICATION OF THIS 
VOLUME, AND AIDING TOWARDS THE REALIZATION 

OF THIS exhibition; 

TO THE EXHIBITORS, WHO, BY(;ENER0US CONTRIBUTIONS 
OF THEIR WORKS, MAKE POSSIBLE THESE ANNUAL 
EXHIBITIONS, THEREBY ENCOURACHNC; AND PRO- 
MOTINC; A POPULAR APPRECIATION OF ARCHITEC- 
TURE AND THE ALLIED FINE ARTS. 




PATRONS 

ADAMS KLTINC CO 716-726 Washington BU'dg. 

ALFRKD S. ALSCHULKR 28 E. Jackson Blvd. 

AMERICAN BRIDGE COMPANY 72 W. Adams 

AMERICAN RADIATOR COMPANY 816-822 South Michigan Ave. 

THE ANTAKW A COMPANY 403 Chamber of Commerce 

ART MARBLE CO 2608 Flournoy St. 

BROWN & WALCOrr 1*^ S. LaSalle 

BULLEY & ANDREWS 25 N. Dearborn 

D. H. BURNHAM & COMPANY 80 E.Jackson 

CHICA(;() PACK BRICK ASSN. 

BONNER & MARSHALL BRICK CO 1205 Chamber of Commerce 

HYDRAULIC-PRESS BRICK CO 301 Chamber of Commerce 

JKNKINS & REYNOLDS CO 1218 Chamber of Commerce 

S. S. KIMBELL BRICK CX) i04-6 Chamber of Commerce, 738 S. Michigan 

MEACHAM & WRICHT BRICK CO 139 N. Clark 

THOMAS MOLLDINC; BRICK CO 1203 Chamber of Commerce 

WISCONSIN LIML & CEMLNf CO 604 Chamber of Commerce 

SAMLEL CABBOTL 24 W. Kmzie 

COSLIKYAN & CO 67 E. Monroe St. 

P. & F. CORBIN ^'O^'^' ^'•''^^^ 

ROCJKR CX)()MBS Chamber of Commerce 

CHICAGO PORILAND CLMENr C()MPANY 30 N, LaSalle 

COBB, WliriE & LALMMKR 179 N. Clark 

CROLOOr, NIELSEN & CO 180 W. Washington 

EUCJLNE DIET/CiKN CO 166 W. Monroe 

THE K, W. D0I)(;L CO -^3 W. Jackson 

JOSEi'll DLX 21LS W. Van Buren 

(iEORCE A, KILLLR C()MPAN^• Marciuette Bldg. 

EDWIN K. (ilLLLIL 8 S. Dearborn 

T. C. (iLI\ICli, 2860 Broadway 

llAWLS & DODi) 59 E. Adams 

IIKCLA WINSLOW CO P. O. Box 803 

CI IAS. L. lilfCllINSON Corn Exchange Bank Bldg. 

INTi'RIOR LILiNC CO 221 E. \'an Buren 

W.M, S. JACKSON CO 902 Michigan Ave. 

JOHNSON SKR\1CE CO 177 N. Dearborn 

KENWOOD BRIDGE COMi'AN^' 38 S. Dearborn 

HARRY C. KNISLL^' CO Western Ave. and 20th St. 

BRYAN LATHROP 407 S. Dearborn 

R. C. LLEWLLL^N 38 S. Dearborn 

PRANK G. LO( LAN 1 150 Lake Shore 

LUDOWICI CLLADOX CO Monroe Bldg. 

MARgrELIi; CL.MLN r CO Marquette Bldg. 



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BRUST is' PHILII'I'. A R( 11 II'LCfS, .\I I LWW IKLli. WIS. 



MARSHALL & I'OX 3S S„uth D.arln.ri. St. 

McNLLLV liROS. c\ CO SO K. Jackson Blvd. 

MIDLAND LLRRA CO'LIA tX) 1 120 CliamlH-r <.t" Comnurcc 

NATIONAL LLAD CO '^^^*^ ^\- ^'^^'^ ^^• 

NORTHVVKSTKRN TKRRA CX)TTA CX) '-'-'^'^ Civhourn Avl-. 

(;i-X). r. NIMMONS iVoplc'sCas Hlcl;^. 

\iriX)R S. i'KARLMAN CX)MPAN^- Pullman l^ldi:. 

WILLIAM A. POl'L 2^ North JetiV, son 

L. IL PRKNTICL CX) v^Hi Slurman St, 

BOWKRS RK(;rLAIX)R CX) N.,. 1 South Wabash Ave. 

ALKRKD SC^IIWARTZ ^ X. IXarhom St. 

SH.-VLTrCK & lirSSLV P) South LaSalKSt. 

HOWARD SHAW -^'^ ^- ^^''J'' 

SIIKPLV, RPLAN & CX)OLID(;i; ■ ' ' ■ 134 S(,uth LaSallc St. 

j. W. SNVDKk CO ' 122MKh.,an 

SLANDARD \ARNIS1I CO 2f,(X) LL-dual St. 

INION KOINDRV tX) ,^S S. Dearborn 

INITKI) STATLS HLIK PRINL CX) Pi So. LaSalle St. 

TIIL ^-ALL 6. TOWNK MKC;. CO 74 L. Randolph 

\an DORL, 0. HROLS 20 West Jackson Blvd. 

\IKRLINC, SILKL \\X)RKS 2 nl St. and Stewart Ave- 

FRANK LLOYD WRIC.ILL --^ ^"- M'^-'ii^-'" •^^•^• 

LOWK & BOLLKNB.XCIIKR 14 K. Jackson Blvd. 

MUNDIK & JLNSKN 3') So. La Salle St- 

SCHMIDT, CARDLN & MARLIN 104 S,,. Michigan Ave. 

PKRKINS, FKLLOWS & HAMILIOX r, N. Clark St. 

HOLABIRD £.- ROCIIK 3'KSo. Michigan Blvd. 




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A WELCOME 




NCE more it becomes the pleasure of the Chicago 
Architectural Club, through the courtesy of the 
Art Institute to throw open its halls and to 
welcome friends to inspect the work here ex- 
hibited. 

ihrough the co-operation of its fellow- 
craftsmen throughout the entire country, the 
Club is enabled to present for insj^ection and 
friendly criticism a selection of work produced largely during the 
past year. May it serve as an evidence of progress and prove an 
incentive toward, as well as an indication of future advancement. 
Difficult though it be, in the midst of a period of development, 
to obtain and maintain a proper persj)ective, nevertheless we trust 
that each succeeding year shall find us closer to the goal toward 
which we all are striving. Whether the slogan be "Progress before 
j)recedent" or ''Precedent before progress," we trust this annual 
assemblage will in any event indicate PROGRESS. 

To exchange ideas among architects in the various sections of 
the country, to give added breadth, j^ower and vision, to illustrate 
to the public what is considered the best of the year's work, and 
thereby to raise the standard in the profession and in the community, 
is the main purpose of this exhibition. 

The day has passed when the architectural profession^ may 
be accused of being visionary or of working in ways mysterious. 
Today no community is so short-sighted as not to realize the value 
of good architecture in assisting in its proper development and growth. 
That there is a conflict between artistic and commercial tendencies 
is frequently to be expected, but gradually the value of art properly 
aj)j)lied must be better appreciated. 



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In city planning a new iicld has been ()i)ened. l^ach community 
by reason of its own peculiarity of commerce, transportation, topog- 
raphy and surroundings has its own problems. In order to over- 
come the difficulties and handicaps created by rapid growth without 
definite plan, calls are now being made upon the architect to assist 
in a re-adjustment and to bring about a better condition and basis 
for future growth. Today more than ever before the comfort ot 
citizens, as well as their appreciation of artistic workmanship, is 
being considered. 

The commercial advantages of high artistic standards are also 
becoming better understood. Recent devel()})ments in Chicago 
indicate clearly its realization of these facts, and we trust they shall 
continue to a satisfactory consummation. 

That this opportunity for interchange of ideas here i)resented 
shall be of help and shall result in higher standards both for the 
profession and for the laiety and that the city beautiful shall no 
longer be a vision unfulfilled, is the wish of the Chicago Architectural 

Club. 

J If red S. J/sc/iii/rr 




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CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

ART INSrnU'JK 

OFFICERS 

1913^1914 

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PRESIDENT 

(;E(3RGE AWSUM15 

VICE-PRESIDENT 

W. (;. WUKHRMANN 

S ECR i: TA RY TR i: A S U R E R 

HARRY H. i3EN'rj.EY ERITZ WAGNER, Jr. 

DIRECTORS 

DIRECTORS TO 1914 DIRECTORS TO 1915 

JENS A. JOHNSON ROBT. J. EOVE 

K)HN SURMANN J. BERNARD MUELEN 

F. C. VOGEE R. C. EEEWEEE^'N 

COMMITTEES 

1913^ 1914 

KXHIBiriON 

JOHN E. SURMANN, chairman 
\VM. {]. WUEHRMANN R. C. EEEWEEE^'N 

ERErZ WAGNER, Jr. 

CO.MI'KI 1 I ION 

ROBERl' I. EOVE, chairman 
JENS A. JOHNSON J. BERNARD MUELEN 

KDICATIONAL 

WM. WUEHRMANN, chairman 
ROBER |- j. LOVE R. C. LLEWELLYN 

KXTKIMAINMINT 
|. BERNARD MULLEN, chairman 

ERi 17. wac;ner, Jr. L. C. V()(;EL 

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HARR^' IE BENH.E^'. chairman 
WM. G. WUEHRMANN JOHN SURMANN 

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AC'lIVE 



Al.SCHULliR, Al.KRl'l) S. 

Andrews, Alfrkd B. 
Angkll, Austin 
AwsuMii, Gkorge 
Bi'HR, Theodore E. 
Beman, S. S. 
Bennet, Wm. Arthur 
Benpeey, Harry H. 
I^ETTs, Wm. B. 

BlCKNEIJ., Aj.ered H. 
Bl.AKE, ChAS. G. 
BODEE, A. T. 
BrABANI, (ilKEORD 
BUCKEEY, RaLI'H J. 
BURNHAM, HuiJERl 
BUROHOEKER, LeON 

Barnum, Geo. L. 
Carr, Harry W. 
Cheney, H. L. 
Church, Myron H. 
Cenek, R. R. 
Ci.ARK, Jr. L. C. 
CoNROY, John J. 
CooiiDCiE, Chas. a. 
Corse, Redmond P. 
CORBEY, L. J. 
CoUOHI.EN, GoRDNER C. 

Daesey, Harry I. 
Dean, (.eorcje R. 
DovvNTON, Herbert K. 
Dunderdaee, Geo. 
Dunning, Hugh B. 
Dunning, Max N. 
English, John W. 
Feei.ows, Wm. K. 
Ferris, John V. 
Fischer, Fred A. 
Fisherman, M. 
Frybort, Chas. Fisher 
(iiEi.ETTE, Edwin F. 
Graham, E. R. 

(jREENEIEED, (jEO. H. 
(jREENGARD, B. C. 

Hai.i., Aeered G. 
Havieand, C. .'\. 
Heun, Arthur 
Heer, R. E. 
Holmes, Harold 
Hyland, Paul V. 
HoDCiDON, Fred M. 
Harris, R. Keiih 
Hu(;hes, T. C. 
Jenkins, A. M. 
Jensen, Elmer C. 
Johnson, Jens A. 
Johnstone, Percy 1". 
Langerstrom, .'Xrt O. 
I,awrence, a. J. 
Leavei L, John Calvin 
LiLLESKAi. , John 
Llewellyn, Ralph C. 
Love, Robt. J. 
Lami'e, C. W. 



1900 Steser Buildinji 

25 North Dearborn Sr. 

Ill Washington Ave., Wheaton, 111. 

1609 Lytton Building;; 

624 S. Wabash Ave. 

Harvester Biiildinj^ 

35 S. Dearborn St. 

1124 Monroe Buildinj^ 

5540 Cornell Ave. ^____ 

38 S. Dearborn St. 

720-104 LaSalle St. 

<S718 S. Morj^an St. 

2717 N. Kedzie Ave. 

3969 Eiston Ave. 

1417 Railway Exchange Bldg. 

1912 S. Western Ave. 

4042 Van Bnren St. 

Muinehan Bldg., (Jreen Ba\', \\ is. 

1731 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. 

1233 Marquette Bldg. 

2849 West 22d St. 

919 First Natl. Bank Bldg. 

4508 Indiana Ave. 

1614 Corn Exchange Bank Bldg. 

1212 Fullerton Ave. 

1526 First Natl. Bank Bldg. 

66 East 56th .St. 

167 W. Washington Sr. 

167 W. Washington St. 

4645 Maiden Ave. 

172 Mentor Bldg. 

616-35 S. Dearborn St. 

616-35 S. Dearborn St. 

1725 Wilson Ave. 

4530 Lake Ave. 

1361 E. 52d St. 

1246 Pratt Ave. 

1427 Park St. 

1614 E. 53rd St. 

8 S. Dearborn St. 

1417 Railway Exchange Bldg. 

3031 Michigan Ave. 

118 N. LaSalle St. 

204 N. 41st Ave. 

1149 E. 61st St. 

810 Steinway Hall 

3454 Elaine Place 

1057 'Lhorndale Ave. 

1515 Heyworth Bldg. 

1639 Hinman Ave., Evanston. 

4871 Winthrop Ave. 

1625 Sunnvsidc .'Kve. 

1311 Morse Ave. 

1401 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

2623 N. Central Park Ave. 

5340 Winthrop Ave. 

1225 W. 55th St. 

441 N. LeClaire Ave. 

430 Orchestra Hall 

2447 Ballon St. 

1520 First National Bank Bldg. 

1520 First National Bank Bl 

4138 N. Syracuse .'\ve. 



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Mahi.kr, H. H. 
Maynard, Jr. H. S. 

MORPHKTTK, ArCHIK S. 

Messer, John W. 
MUNDIE, Wm. B. 
Mueller Paul F. P. 
Morrison, J. R. M. 
McGrew, Chas. B; 
MiNCHiN, Sidney B. 
Manasse, Dewii r J. 
Mayger, a. Guy 
Maykr, C. H. 
Morgan, Chas. I.. 
Naper, Herbert J. 
Nelson, Edward O. 

N KIT EN STROM, KlMKR T 
NlMMONS, (lEORGE C\ 

NiTscHE, Kdward a. 
Oldfesi, Kdward (J. 

On EN H ELMER, HeNRY L 

Perkins, Dwighi H. 
Prather, Fred'jW 
Preis, C. (i. 
Rabig, Chas. K. K. 
Rai'p, Cjeorgh L. 
Rawson, Lorin a. 
Reed, Karl H. 
Reinhold, (). 
Reich KRT, WM. (]. 
RUGE, P. H. 
RusY, .'\nthony F. 
Rouleau, Harvey- 
Saliabi RY, Rob 1 . 1 \. 
Sandhr(;ren, Andrew 

ScHAEEER, W. J. 

Schroeder, \\ . C. 
Schwartz, Alberi A. 
Slovinec, John 
Sohn, Krank 
Si ANTON, K. C. \\. 
SuRMANN, John 
SwENSON, Karl 
Schroeder, Krld l,. 

SlI.LANDER, A. J. 

Steigei.ey, Arihl k C. 
Thomas, K. I'. 
Fallmadcie, 1 hos. 1]. 
\'()N HoLsr, Her\l\n 

\'r()OMAN, (iHO. 
\'()LENS, N. 

Wagner, Fkn/. Jr. 
Walker, Frank C. 
Wells, Frldi- rick 
WiNSLow Bknj. v.. 
Wilson, Horaiio R. 
WiRi, Frederick 15. 
WOi.KK, Rudolph (i. 
Wl ehrman, W\i. (I. 



76 W. Monroe St. 
2525 Ch'bouriie Ave. 
1251 Oris Bkln. 

UOl N. Y. Fife Blil^. 

179 W. Wasliiiijiron Sr. 

5574 Cornell Ave. 

6131 Fexingron Ave. 

3052 Fosan Blvd. 

1534 N. Maplewood Ave. 

5719 Rosalie Ave. 

460 F. 41 sr Sr. 

1448 Monadnock BFIr. 

.S46 Irving Park Blvd. 

1401 N. Y. Fife Bldfi. 

5642 Wavne .Ave. 

2007 Peoples (his BldR. 

1323 S. Fairfield .'\ve. 

1417 Railwav Fxclian^e Bld^. 

715 Fr. Dearborn Bld^. 

1 100-6 N. Clark St. 

1211 Columbia Ave. 

1300 Monroe BKIr. 

1124 Monroe Bld^i. 

l(X)5-69 W, Wasbinjiton St. 

Hin.sdale, 111. 

474S Fake Ave. 

'^31 \, Willow Ave. 

715 Ft. Dearborn Bld^. 

3934 N. 44rh Ave. 

1339 S. .Avers .Ave. 

4(X)6 \'an Buren St. 

Wheaton III. 

30 N. FaSalle St. 

Hinsdale, III. 

1417 Railwav F.xchanue Bid;;. 

6 \. Clark St. 

2123 West 51st St. 

45 Fast Di\ision St. 

1412 Hartford Bld^. 

6103 Wootllawn Ave, 

3704 Drake Ave. 

.^4'^^ N. Parkside Ave. 

5S3S Huron St. 

6-; 12 Ros.s .Ave. 

2140 S. Wa.shtenaw Ave. 

1004-lS'; W. Madison Sr. 

'K)7 Steinwav Hall 

1^15 Montro.se Blvd. 

1455 Hamlin Ave. 

2525 CUIioiimc .Anc. 

]m) Railwa\- l-;\rh;iimc Ml.l^. 

6030 \ inienius .A\c. 

W aiikisba, W is. 

104 S. Muhmaii Ave. 

107 i:. .^Srh Sr. 

211'^ N. Clark Sr. 

^'^M ^'ale Ave. 



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AFI.IFI) .MFMHI'.RS 



Brand, Ct siavf A. 
Braun, .Alfred I . 
Dunning, W. X. 
.Mai.daner, .Arthi r 
Paefraih, Kasper 



142^ MuluL'an A\e. 
^\') I. eland Ave. 
1X43 Peoples (las BIdu. 
.s9 Stork I'.xihan^e Bldu. 
22-1 W isidiisin St . 



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Bl.CKI-Kl.HC, K. I.. 

Bi;ii., C'akl 

Hl.OMUKl.l), JAMHS 
BoNNKR, ChAS. 

Cai'ron v. F. 

CoMIiS, RoCKR M. 

Crofoot, Frkd 

CroWK, |()HN (i. 

Dii,i,()N,"H. R. 
Kv\i;n, John M. 
(lAci:, Thos. (!. 

(I.MKS, NkII. II. 

CiRAci;, Wm. 

II Ai(;n, Artiu R 11. 

Ih ly, Wm. H. 

Johnson, Karnk.si \' 
Kkhm, .Al ci sr 
KiMiii:i.i., M. N. 
Koch, W. \V. 
Lancji LSI', Andri-.w 

l.AL, Wll.l.V 11. 

Mai/., Hkrman, L. 
McKi-.i-Hv, Samoki) 



JoSl. I'H W 

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J.ISHA 

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Moi I.DINC 

Mri.i.i-N, 
.Mor(;an, 

N HI. .SON, I 

Noi'.i.i.i:, Josr.iMi, B. 

I'lRRON, N Kl.SON I. 
PllRCl, J.N. 
I'olTHOlK, N. .X. 

1'rossi R, H. B. 
RoDAT/.. Jacob 
Rosi:. W: 1.. 
ScHMiDi, Richard ( ). 
Snki.i., H. \V. 
Sn>!)i:r, J. \\ . 
\ anDor I , ( I. Broi s 
\()(;i:i,, 1.. C\ 
Whitk, F. (',. 

\\ Ol I- \R I li, Wll II \M 
WOoDS, lollN R. 



ASSOCIATF MFMBFRS 

.=;829 Washington Blvd. 

19 K. Pearson St. 

■ 1020 Winona Ave. 

\20S Chamber of Commerce Bldji. 

17-=; N. Dearborn St. 

1203 Chamber of Commerce Bldji. 

180 W. Washington St. 

2008 Peoples CJas Bld^. 

820 S. Michigan Ave. 

525 The Rookerv BUIr. 

111 W. Monroe St. 
2008 Peoples CJas Bld^. 
519 S. Oaklev Ave. 
1(XJ4 Marquette Bld^. 
406 S. Dearborn St. 

1109 Commercial National Bank BK 

]} W. Ked/.ie St. 

M)4 Chamber of Commerre Bltlji. 

.^^21 S. LaSalle St. 

IIOON. Clark St. 

408 S. Michigan Ave. 

.i04 Chamber of Commerce Bld^;. 

112 West .Adams St. 

1202 Chamber of Commerce Bld^. 

1914 Wabash Ave. 

Highland Park, 111. 

2860 Broadway 

702 Wells St. 

21(X) Flston Ave. 

.vvs W. Madison St. 

.v50 N. Dearborn ."Xve. 

29 S. LaSalle St. 

868 Rookerv BIdji. 

47rh Ave. and Polk St. 

16(X) S. Jefferson Ave. 

1.3.35 Byron St. 

l»eoples Gas Bld^. 

20 W. Jackson Blvd. 
5.i22 .Aberdeen St. 

1218 Chamber of Commerce Bid;:. 

2.=;47 Archer Ave. 

141.^ Railua\- l,.\clianue Bldi:. 



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Bkou N. Cl. \RI NCI-: J. 

Crouthi R. Fri n. 
Ch\si-, Rout. 
Davis, Frank F. 
1 1 OH lis. R \> M. 

1 lo! I'I'NI r. I'.. A. 

Horn. Bi n j. A. 

1 I INCt IS, 1 1 I NR^ C. 
IIXNIIIN, A. C. 

FoNc. Birch B. 

FoNOI.IA', D\\ lOII I II 
MoRSl, Bl KION I'.. 

Farm \i,t i- , I.. I)i- \n 
1'ki si o, \\'\i. C. 
RiDi \ \. \ . R \i I'll 

ScIIR \|)1 R, l. \RN I S I 
SCHOI.I R, !• R I I) 

Si 1 Cl , John I). 

\ I- NNINC, Fk \NK 
/.I MM I RM \N, a. (I. 



17 Hie Rozell, Winnepe-, Manitoba 1909 
Bradshaw Building:. Prince Mbtrt, Saskatchewan 1911 
lanesville. Wis. 

J71,^^ Flatiron Bld^., New ^'(Hk, ^'. N. 1S89 

474 Alpine St. Pasadena Cal. 1910 

749 Mills Bid}:., San Francisco. C\ilif(.inia IX8'^ 

.^^01 Rohmson Bld^.. Rock island. IH, 19)2 

702 (Jrand Ave. Milwaukee, Wis. V)\\ 
.^27 5th Ave. N. ^■. Cit\- 

7 F. 42nd St. New ^'ork N. ^■. ls';i.' 

Fv^l llill St. Ann Arb<,r, Mich. 1909 

I'wni Falls, Idahc 1X')S 

ll.iS N. Twelfth St., Buniiimhani, Ala. 1911 

Miami, Fla. 1915 

5021 Ktiiwdod \\e., Indianapolis, liid. \'KY) 

205 Charlotte St., Detroit, Mich. I'Ml 

1055 National Bank Bld^., Omaha, Neb. F^ll 

50^ Hammond Bldu. Detroit. Mich. 1912 

II Rue Scribe. Pans, l-'rance 190s; 

II F. 24th St., New York. N. ^■. 18<i4 



HONORARY MKMI5KRS 



Ai.i.KN, John K. 
Hlaki:, Thkoddrk I,. 
Clark, Robkrt 
Clow, Wm. E. 
Elcock, ¥.. Ci. 
Gay, Hknry Lord 
GiNDKLE, Chas. \\ . 
Gatks, Wm. D. 
LowRiK, Harry 
McLean, Robert («. 
Pond, Irving K. 
Sullivan, Louis H. 
Taft, Lorado 
Wacner, Friiz, 

PUCKEY, F. W. 



Ealinoiitli aiul St. Paul Sts., Bostcin, Mass. 

225 Fifth Ave, New ^'ork Cir\ 

2505 Kenmorc Ave. 

Harrison and Franklin Srs. 

4S06 CJrand Blvd. 

4 IS, 52 Dearborn St. 

3745 Prairie Ave. 

2008 Peoples (Jas BUIr. 

Caxton Bldg., Omaha, Neb. 

Western .'\rchitect, Minneapolis, Minn. 

1109 Steinvvay Hall 

1600 .Auditorium Tower 

6016 Ellis Ave. 

1415 Railway Ex. Bld«. 

1614 Corn Exchange Bank Bldi;. 



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RESIDESCE OF JOHN EVAN^, ESQ., DEXVKR. COLO. 
W. E. A A. A. FISHER, ARCHITECTS, DEW Eli, COLO. 



THE TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP 

OK 

THE CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

Founded 1900 

A prize of ^600.00 and a second prize of a gold medal are awarded 
annually. 1 he funds are used to assist the winner in defraying the expense 
of a tour of observation and architectural study in Europe. 

WINNERS OF SCHOLARSHIP 

N. Max Dunninc;— "Residence for an American Ambassador" 1901 

John H. Phillips— "An Automobile Tavern"— 1902 

Birch Burdktth Lonc;— "A Monumental Crossing for the I.C.R.R."- 1903 

Thomas E. Tai.i.madgh— "A Creche in a Manufacturing District"— 1904 

Chari.hs H. Hammond— "A City Residence"— 1905 

Hkrhkrt H. Crhkn— "A Recreation Pier for a Public Park"— 1906 

Will Rkichkrt "A l^uilding for a Branch Municipal Court"— 1907 

(ii-ORCH AwsuMB— "A ]\iblic (;\nasium and Baths"— 1908 

Hu(;h Dunninc "An Athenaeum for Teachers"— 1909 

Ci.ARKNCH J. J^ROWN — "A Building for Sanitation and Navigation"— 1910 

John Calvin Lkavhli. "A Monumental Stairway"— 191 1 

Arthur C. Hanifin— "A Theatre in a Large City Parle" 1912 

Rudolph (i. W'oli-h — "A Municipal 'Lribune"- 1913 

W. j. ScHALLFLR "An Aq ua li um "— 1 9 14 

WINNERS OF (;()LD MEDAL 

E. R. JAMHS .... 1910 

Christian U. ]^A(;(;t; . . 1911 

E. Dkan Par\l.\i.ki-; . . . 1912 

W. j. SCHAKKLR . . 1913 

R. E. Hhkr 1914 

SPECIAL COMPEII riONS 

Frank C. Walker— "A Monumental Fireplace"— 1909 

William B. Bltts— "A Monument to a Creat American (K'neral" 191 1 

Wm. C. Wulhrmann— ")^4,(K)() Brick House"— 1913 

COMPETLnON FOR IHE 
LWELF'LH ANNUAL TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP 

1914 
Subject: "AN AQUARIUM" 

First prize )^600.0(), donated b\- Clarence M. Woollc)-, American Radi- 
ator Co., awarded to W. j. Schahfflr. 

Second prize gold itiedal, the gift of Charles W. Gindele, awarded to 
R. E. Hklr. 




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ADAMS, IIF.KHI^^RT -l:n West lltli St., Xtw York. 
1. McMillan Mt'inoi-ial Fomitaiii. 

AMERICAN ACADEMY IX ROME. 

RICHARD IIA\'ILAXI) SMYTIIE, '22 I'ici-poiit St., IJiooklyii, X. Y 
•2. Restoration of tlu' Sacred Kiielosiii'e of Apollo at Delphi ( Klevation ) . 
;'.. Restoration of the Sacred I'hiclosiire of Ajxillo at Delphi (I'iaii). 
-I. Sk(>tch Fountain. \'illa .Mii'atiore, Rome. 
'. Sketch. ''I'oinb. N'erona. 
C. Cloistei- of Santa Stefaiio. 15oi.)!.Mia. 
7. Restoration of the R.asilica Fjnilia. Rome. 

IIEXRY .1. STICKROTII. 

s. Work. Second pi-i/.e in painting:. 

AMERICAN EXCOSTIC TILlX(i CO.— IG E. 4()tli St., Xew Yo.i'k. 
!). ("eraniic Study. •'Standard l^'arer" Renaissance St,\le. 
](). Two Ceramic Studies. I'ersian 'NN'an-ior, l'er-.ian Style. "A Sultan." 

ATELIER, liENNETT— ixcliori. .')()S S. Wa])a.sli Aw., Cliica^o. 111. 

II. Decoration of ("hurch interior ( i'.eaux Arts Societ.v Woi-k'). 
^^2. A Railwa.x- St:ition. (I'.eaux Arts Societ.N' Woi-kl. 

i:;. An entrance to an otiice huildinL:, (I'.eaux Arts Society Wni'ki. 

ARONER L^ SOMERS— KiOl City Hall S(niarc Hkl^'.,' Chicago. 111. 

It. Theatre and details of same, f-'th St. and Ashland Tdvd.. rhica.L,^'. 

1.".. Four i-ecent houses. (Water Color.) 

IC. Suini.LCoKne on Don.ulas T.'.\'d.. Chicai-'o. 

17. Chapel and oflices, I'rospecy I'ark Cemetery, two attached ]>aintinr;s. 

J^\RNES, l^WY .M.— olir) Wintlii-op Ave.. Chicago, 
is. Interior Dinini,' I{ooni. 

III. -Interioi' Rec(<ptioii Room. 
L'O. Desiizn for l-'ountain. 

•Jl. Cothic Interior I >e^i,Lni. 

JJACMANN -Cliica^o. 111. 
■J'J. Chica,Lr(t Skyline. 

^,EN'^E^:^■. ii. ii.-^ciiica^o. 

l;;;. ria/./.a del I'oiMilo. Rome, 

21. Detail of l"ith Centiu'y I'.ronze Rase, F!oi<'n;'e. 

:;."(. Colosseum. Rome. 

■2i\. l'"ontaine Cariie;in. I'ai'is. 

27. Santa Maria della Salute. N'eiiice. 

2s. Carilen (»riiament. \"\\\:\ l'.oi\Lrhe-e, Rome. 

2'.t. Ravello. 

;',0. Tour de Iteurre, Rouen. 

;;i. In the Cardeiis of tlii' N'iila dTNtc. 

;;-J. hoorway from Arte dei RiL'allicri. Floicnce. 

;;:;. Detail n\' r.ishop's Hou^e. I'.eamais. 

:;j. Amalii. 



BARNIIOKX, (M.EMKNT .1.— Art Museum, New York. 
'A'k l»al).v witli Swnn. 
,m Boy with Dolpliiii. 

I^ERLIXGKK, ,1. M.— 11(5 W. :V2nd St., New York. 
,'57. The Victor Eiuiuuiel Monument. 
.".S. The Vietor Knuuuiel jMoiuuuent. 
;>!). Tlie \ietor Knmniiel Monument. 

BITTER, KARL— 44 \V. TTtli St., New Yoi-k. 

40. Tliomas Lttury Monument. 

41. Dr. Henry P. T,'ii)i>;in ^h'inoi-i;il, Ann Arbor, Midi. 
4'_*. Carl Si'luirz Monument, New Voi-Jc. 

4."!. Carl Schui'z Monument. .\e\v York. 

44. Carl Sehurz Monument. New York. 
4."). Portrait Statue of Thomas .h'n\'rson. 

BLOMFIELI), .JAMES— 1()-J() Winona Ave., Chiea-o, 111. 

4(). Design for a st.-iined ^!ass \vin(hi\v m the I'nL'lish manner. 

BOARD OF EDrCATlOX— Roekwell St., ("levland, Ohio. 

47. Ofliee sketches of l']ast Houlevard School. Cleveland. ()hio. and Addison Schools. 

45. Scale Details Kntrance llast lioulevai'd S<'hool, Cleveland, Ohio. 
4!>. I'relinunary Study for Ilast I'.oulevai'd School, Cleveland, Ohio. 

BOYLE, .lOIIX .).— 211 West (i4th St., Xew Yoik. 
oO. ^'ictory, I'.arry Monument. 

BRAODOX, OLATDE -4ir) Cutler IMdn., liodiestei-, X. Y. 

r»l. Exterior \'ie\vs New York Central I'ass(>nLcer Station at Rochester, \. Y. 
~>'2. Interior A'iews Xew Yoi'k CcMitral I'as;;en;:er Station at Rochester, \. Y. 

BREOK, (}EO. \V.— IW) Fifth Ave., Xew York. 

o.'l. Mosaic Kra;rmeid Church of St. I'aul. Rome. ltal.\-. 

lUiEXXER, VICTOR I).— 30 East 20th St., Xew York. 
54. Music. 
'>'>. Listening;. 

BRFXXER, ARXOLI) W.— 101 i'ark Ave., Xew York. 
.">(•>. Heaver Rark. Albany, .V Y. 
~>7. Civic Centre. Denver, Colo. 

P.RrSII. 0. E.— iCU Irviutr Park P,lv(l., Chica^'o, 111. 
oS. Small (Jardt'U. 

BRrST&PIIILLIPP— 401 ("amp Hld^'., Milwaukee, Wis. 
.".;». Interior, Marshall »fc INey I'ank. 
<!(). A Country Residence. 

♦ n. Roman R.rid^re at Ronda, Southein Spain. 
r>-2. Front of Marshall .fc Ilsey's I'.ank. 

♦ ;.'!. The Hatch H(.use. liockford, Hlinois. 

<»4. A Factoi-y P.uildinK for A. 1''. (Jalloii tS; Sons. 

P.rCK, LAAVREXCE— 910 Steiuway Hall, Chica^^o. 
(>."». Residence for Mr. Fred AVanser. Ravinia. III. 
CO. Residence for Mr. F. R. P.ott, Ravinia, III. 



C)7. Ii('si<|('nc(» for .Mr. Jos. Sclio('iiiii;;(M-, Kaviiii;i. 111. 

<;s. iU'sidciicc foi- Mr. K;ili>li Flctclior Sc.vinour, Kaxiiiia. III. 

r.!). K('si(l<'iic(' for Mr. I,. .M. HutU'd-c. Hnviiiia. 111. 

70. Residence for Mr. (". M. P. \Vi-i.i,'li(. Kavinla, 111. 

TT. Residence for Mi\ F. R. Cain. liavinia. 111. 

Tli. Kesidence for ^]]■. (1ias. Mauran. Ravinia, 111 

7."!. Kesidence for Air. ( ). S. P.rown, Kavinia, 111. 

74. Residence for Mr. Xoble Ci-andall. Ravinia, 111. 

7o. Residence for AIi-. .lulius Rosenwald. Ravinia, 111. 

7(;. Residence for Airs. Ir(Mu> Safford. Kavinia, 111. 

77. Residence for Air. Robert (Ji'eijj;. Ravinia, 111. 

7.S. Residence for Air. Lawi'ence I'.uck, Kavinia, 111. 

7!>. Residence for Air. Ilenr.v K. Le,i,der, Ravinia. 111. 

50. Residence foi- Air. Lawrence lUick. Raxinia, 111. 
Si. Reside. lice for Air. W. I{. Ruffne;'. Ravinia. 111. 

m'KI.KV, .!A.MI^]S L.— 347 Fifth Ave., New York. 
SL'. "An Adirondack LodLce." 

in'XK. AHTlirR— ir> West (iTtli St., New Voi-k. 
s::. The Catiiedral ot q\iri-a-ona. 

51. The (lolden I'ortal of San \'inceide. 

lU.A.XCllAKI) & l^AKXKS— 1.-) W. :5Stli St., New York. 
S.~i. Alason lahrar.N- at (ii'eat l'arrin;,don. Alass. 

("AI'AI^X. HAROLD A.— L>2() West 42ii(l St., Xew York. 
SC). (Jarden of Airs. Ila^.^in ()ntari(i in the Catskills. 
S7. l'i'o]>osed I''onidain for Lincoln I'ark. \. Y. 

CAKXKdlK IXSTITTTF. OK TE( 'IIXOI.OOY— Pittsburgh, Pa. 
II. IIOHXHOSTEL, AHCIHTHOT. 

so. I'.asenu'nt I'l.-m, AIar,i,'aret Alorrison ('amende School. 

00. Alain l''l • I'l;in. AI:ir),';iret Alori'ison Cai'ne^ie School. 

!t1. l''i'ont Facade. Addition to AIal■L^•ll•ct Aloi-rison ("arne,i,de School. 

OL'. (Jiirden Fac;ide. AI;ll■^^•ll•et AIoi'i-is(v|i Carneirie School. 

OIIICAOO SCHOOL OL AKOIIITLCTLKL— Art Inst.. Ohica-o. 111. 
0.";. R. AI. ("i-ow. Art Inst. Thesis .\ii F.xiiosition I'.uildiiiK (plan). 
'•'I- <". 1 >. I'';nilkncr. Thesis I nii)i'o\-einent of (Ji'aiit Pai'k, (plan nl' recreation 
pitM-). 

ClllCAdO AKCHITLCTrPAL ('LLP— 

O."). llth Aiinnal TraNclini: Scholarship Ut Prize I>csiLrn. W. ('. Schaefer. 
or., llth Annual TiaNcliiii: Scholai'ship Aledal hc^i.Lrii, R. X. Heer. 

COXXiCK. CIJAHLLS .1.—!) Ilarcourt St.. Postoii, .Mass. 
07. I)<'sii:n foi' Window, "The Ministr,\- of Chi'ist." 
OS. ("ai'toon id' Pi'a/.il with liLTUi-e to ti'ansept window. 
00. hesiirn foi' ti'ansc])! window. 

100. l''oui- Apostolic Saints. 

101. I>esiL:ii fdi' chancel window. P.i'a/il. 



CAKKLPL .^ IIASTIX(;S.— 22r, Fifth Ave. Xew York. 

lOL'. Photo r'ront i;ie\ation of Art (J.-illei'v for Air. Thomas F. K,\an. i:sq. 



cox, KKXVOX- l;5() E. (hIIi St.. New York. 

lO;!. ".I list ice."' SUclch lor Mosnic, \\'isc(iiisiii Stnto Cjipilol. 
KM. "Liberty." Skctcli I'or Mcisaic. Wiscoiisiii State ("apitol. 
lO.-.. "Lciiislatioii." Sketch for Mosaic. AViseoiisiu State Capitol, 
lot). •■(;o\-eriiiiieiit." Sketch foi' .Mosaic, Wisconsin State ("apitol. 

C08TIKVAN & COMPANY— (i7 Kast .Aloiii'oe St., Cliieaoo, Ih. 
107. Ori.i^-inal StU(i.\- for Siiahi-istan ru^s in j;,-yptian design. 
lOS. ()ri,i,qiial Study for Siialiristan i-u.^s in ]':,ij;yptian desiijn. 

CRISP. ARTIICR— 147 Cohiiiihiis Av., .\e\v York. 

l'>!». Panel in IMniiiL: Room. Ihmse of Seward I'rosser. i:s(|. 

110. Sketcii for Mosaic, ianiette. 

111. Sereiiitas. 

DIvACY. WILLIAM IlLXRY .i:;; Kitth Ave.. .New York. 
111-'. 'I'he i.oN'e .Mausolenin, Indianapolis, Ind. 

DJXO.X, MAYXAKD— 72S Alonto-omery St.. San Kiaiieisco, Cal. 

113. Fi'ieze in Indian Hall. Santa Aiuta, Cal. 
li:;. Fi'ieze in Indian Hall, Santa .\nita, Cal. 

114. l-'i-ieze in Indian Hall. Santa Anita, Cal. 
llo. ]''i'ieze in Iialiaii Hall. Santa Anita, Cal. 
lit;. l-'rieze in Indian Hall. S:int;i .\inta, ('al. 

DOW. .1. WIILKLKK- -Siiiiiiiiitt. Xew .I.M'sey. 

117. I'nitarian .Meeting House. Sininintt, .\, |. 

]:LLKRIirSKX. r. II.— ol West lOth St.. X.'w York. 

ll'.t. Ludeka .Monunieid, l'";i ii\ lew ('einetery. .\. .1. 

F.WIX(i ,\c ClIAPPKLL— 101 Park Ave.. Xew York. 

1l!0. I'dackstone Hall. < 'unnect icut ('olie,L:e for Women. 

iL'l. Ceiieral I'lan and Three I'dd.^s.. Coiniecticut CollcLre for Women. 

r_*L'. Idnin.LC Uoom, lU'sJdence, West I!a\en, ' 'onii. 

I-^HIKDLAXDKK, .1. 11.— L'4:) Kiftli Av., Xew York. 
IL!;;. I'eri'y .Memorial. I'nt-in I'.ay. 
iL't. Terry .Memorial. I'nt-iii I'.ay. 

i'^JSIIKJ^ W. Iv L^ A. A. — Railwax Ivxeliaiiov P.ldu., Denver. Colo. 

iL'o. .\ational Safet\ N'ault I'.ld-., I>en\ci-, Colo. 

1-d. Ci'oup id' photos Kesidence <i\' .Mr. .lohn f]\an^. 

lL'7. (ii'oup id' ]ihotos Kesidence uf .Mi', .juini llx.-ins. 

J''ROST. CI! AS. S.— lo:) S. La Salle St.. Cliicaoo. HI. 

iL's. The Ci'eat .Xorthei'ii Kail\\a\ I'assenu'ei' Si.-ilion. .M iiiiie;i|}olis. Minn. 
iL'lt. The (li'eat .Xortherii I'asseiiLicr Station M innea|iolis, .Miini. 

(iKICLR, CAROLIXL— 111 La.st olitli St.. Xew York. 

I'M). I'hoto Side I>ooi-\\ay. .Monastei-y. Hnidiimton. I,. I. 

1'>1. I'hoto Iidci-io!' Iiooi'way, .Monastei\\', Huntinudon, I.. I. 

I-!-- I'hoto lidei-ior Iiooi'way, .Monastery, HuntiiiLrton. I.. I. 



CORHA.M STCDIO— .Ith Ave. ^^ ;5(;tli St.. Xe\v York. 

i:i.';. Cartoon for Stained Class, Clii'ist Chr.rch, V.. Orange, .\. .1. 

of Siena." 
l.'ll. Cartoon foi- Stained Class, (;oi-|iani Studio-;. ••St. Thomas a r.ecket 



St. C.itheiine 



WAT'AVVAA) & KXOX - <)!() 'ri'ihuiic i^hio., ('\nvn^^iK HI. 

i:;."). I'd-spcctixc : I'"icl(l IIu\isc I'oi' Ii-\iii-- I'nrk District. Cliicn.LCo. 

IIKI^HKK. F.DWAHI) B. s:{l) W. 17i)tli St., Xcw Vofk. 

J.'Kl. .Mcdiillion NN'iiidow Tlic Atonciuciit. 

IllXCllMAX. .AIAIJ(iARF]TTA A.— iUi:].') Clicstiiiit St., Philadclpliia. I'a. 
]:tT. "Ix-iNicr.uc (>t I/l>:iit';iiit Jesus, "' (\'iiti-:il AViii(l(»\\. ('liaiircs ( "atlicdril. 

IIOWKLI.S & STOKES— 100 William St., New Vo,-k. 

i:;s. J'('rs]K'cti\(' Ti'iiiit.v ''i'dWCM- for Aiiicricaii li.-iiik .Vote Co. 

^''^l Kcsidciicc \'nv .]. iiiiriici' I'nnv. :;:;(! i;. cHtii st. 
1 }o. i{('sid('iic(' fill- .1. iijiriHM- i'(»(u-. :;:!(; i;. i\'.H\\ st. 
111. Kcsi<i(>iicc \'(>v .1. ii;ii-|)('i- I'liuv. .■;;;(; i;. (iiith st. 

IIOLSMAX c^ lirXT -IS-I:! ;\lc( 'onui.-k I'.ldo^.. {'Uu-.v^o. 111. 
111*. Sketch ('(II- ail .\|ia rt iiieiil Ildtel, ("liica.^'d. 
11.'!. Srlidiil liuuse ('eiiipet iiiun Sketch, Cliesa iiiiiu'. INlicii. 

IlKKilXS. N'lCroin' ,SO(i-:)!) Iv \'iiii |>,uivii st.. Cliicaco. 111. 

1 1 1. Kile 1 )e .leius.-ileiii UerLj-es. 
lid. I'diil t'lainaiide I'.niu'es. 
1 !<;. l.e Ileuiliiia.ue. Itniu'es. 

IJXDSTK'OAI, \U)\V\\ S|<:Til - Ills W. ;;,-,ili St.. ('Iiica,u(». 111. 

117. ( >. W. Kicli;ii-d.-( II vV ("d. Kiiildiii.j,' (W.-iter Cdldp 1 ir;i\\ iim i . 

1 l'~;. Kenny Kdiiie ( "n.. 1 'lidtd. 

1 r.». ( )\\\cl(l Acetxleiie Cd.. I'lidto. 

LL^:\V^:LI.^■X. .1. C. l.li^t; l^f.st Xat. Uank l*)l(|o., Chicadc. 111. 
ld(». i;;|Nt Side lliuii Sclidul, ( perspect i\-e i , Aurd]';i. 111. 
Idl. I'dst T.-n-eni. r.att le ( 'reek. .Mich. ( Tei'speet i\-e i . 

.MAIIKH. (IKO. W.— !M0 S. .Alichioan Ave., Cliieado. ill. 

ir,L'. \\'inter Ildine t'or .Mr. ]■:. L. Kin.Lr. Sejihreeze. t'ln. 

Id.'I. I 'hdtduraplis dt Kesideiice. 

Idl. riidtdL.'r;i]ihs df Kesideiice. 

I.'i.^. .Idsejih Sears Sciiddl. Keiiil\v<irt !: , III. 

l-"i);. Wiiidiin S;i\inL:s I'.jink I'ddu'.. ^^■illdn;|, .Minn. 

l."7. I'iNaiistdii Cdiiu-re-.-iI idii.-i! Clnirdh. l';\;i listen. 111. 

IdS. i'l-dpdsed ( )llice Kuildinu- at ( 'ha I taiiddLi'a. 'reiin. 

MIKLK. W.Al.- 

Id'.t. (Ildi-ia. Stained Class l»esiLrii. i;\aiistdn. \. V. 
l<n. Criicili.xidii. Stained Class i 'esiu'ii. 



MACK. .IKXXKV .^c TVLKK 1.1 W. ;5Stl, St., Xew Voi-k. 

I'il. Idrectdix liddiii, rnidii Ccntril Life Ins. Ce,. Cim-imiat 

Idl!. hirectdrs Kodiii, I'liidn Central late Ins. Ce., Ciiicinnat 

Id-!- hirectdi-s Kddiii. riiidii Central late Ins. Ce.. Ciiicinnat 

.AirXDlK e^ .IKXSKX Aivhifcts. 

Idl. I'ierce Autdiiidhile Cd. Kldi:. 

Kid. Cdiisuiiiers IMdi,'.. ('Iiicai:d. III. 

1<i<;. r.nildiiiL: tdi- Sini^ei- Sewing- Machine Ce.. ('hica,i:d. 

KIT. Cit.v Xatidiial i'.aiik, i;\aiis\ille. Ind. 



< diii . 
Ohio. 
( »liid. 



^rc'KlAI, .MKAI) & WHITE— 101 Park Ave., New Voik. 

ItiS. (^'iliii-,^ of Main Coii-idor Xcw Tost Ollicc, Xcw York. 

Kii). Kchviinl T. ISIair Kcsidciicc^. (Miica.^o, 111. 

370. Main Corridor and \ cstibulc New Post Office. Xew Yoi'k. 

171. The Winifred Masterson lUirke Itelief Foundation, AVhite Plains, X. Y, 

(I'lau.) 

172. The Winifred Mastersc.n Uurke Ri'licf Foiuuhition, AVhite IMains, N. Y. 

(Bird's Eye.) 
17;!. The Royal Trust Company, Montreal. Canada. 
174. New Columbia University Huildinj;. 
17."). Portico of Arts and Sciences. Prooklyn, Inst. 
17(;. The Students' IWdi;.. N'as.sai" Colle.i,'e. 
177. The Fscedi'a of (Jreat (Jod Pan. 
17.S. Cliristian Churcli, Andover, :\Iass. 

.\irKPHV & DANA— 381 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 
17!». I'ersiHH'tive R(>si(h'nce. Donald Scott, Yukan. 

150. I'erspcctive Hospital at Foi-t Tanana. 

XEWIIOrSE, HENRY L.— 1630 Prairie Ave., Cliicaoo, 111. 

151. Kramer 1 )\vellin,i,'. Interior and lOxterior. 
ISI.'. ApartnuMd Huildinic. Inferioi- and Ilxterior. 
is;;. Pcopl(>s (Jara.LCe. 

NLM.MOXS, (JEO. (\—V2'2 S. Mieiiicran Ave., Chica^^), III. 
1N4. i'lioto of Kansas City Plant of Scars Roebuck iV Co. 
ISO. AVater Color Perspective of Ra\isloc Counti-y Club, I lomewood. III. 

()STERTA(J, B.— 401 W. llStli St., New York, N. Y. 
1N7. Decoration "Fortitude. '" (Overmantel.) 
ISS. "The Xmas Tree Ships." A Chantey of the (ire.-U Lakes. 
1S!». I>esij,'n for Joan of Arc AVindow in Armory of Mrs. o. H. P. I'.elmont. 

I'AYXE, EIXJAR— 4 East Ohio St., Cliicaoo, HI. 
1!>0. I'ii-ate"s Cold. (Sketch for Mural.) 

PATTOX HOL.MES & FEIXX— S S. Dearhoiii St., Cliica-o. III. 
P.>1. Pdrd's lOye \'iew of C:ii-letoii Colle^'e. Xorthtield, Minn. 

IMCCIRILLI, ATTILIC— 4(i7 East 142n<l St., Xcw York. 
V.rj. .M.arble (Ji-oup for the I>'ii-emen's Monument. 
1!»;;. .Marble (Jronp for the l''iremen's .Monument. 
P.>1. .Marble Ci'onp for the Fii'enieii's .Monument. 

J'OPE, .JOIIX RPSSELE— r,27 Fifth Ave., Xcw York. 
P.»."). Leeds' Mausoleum. AVoodlawn. .\. Y. 
P.m;. Residence Mi-s. S. R. Hitt. Washington, D. C. 
1!*7. 4'emi)le of Scottish Rite. 



REED, E. II., Ji'..— 47r)S Lake Park Ave., Cjiicaf^n), III. 
V.)S. Temi>l(> of Castor and Pollux. 
1!>!>. Water Color Sketcli. 

•-'00. 'l\)nd) of I'hillipe Ifestorat ion. .Musec 1 )e Pouvi'e 

201. Water Color Sketch. 



iiOBINSON, FRANK .J.~-44 P>roniti('kl St., Boston, Mass. 

202. (Jrauiid;!, Spain. 

20;:. Fountiiiu ill tlic Court of tlic Palazza ^'('(•(•lli(), Floi'oncc, Italy. 

204. Tlu> Donjon, Chcnonec^aux, France. 

20."). T('nii)l(% I'at'stuni, Italy. 

20(1. l.ihi-aiy of St. Marks, \'<Miic(s Italy. 

207. San Friincisco, Rimini, Italy. 

20s. The Marzocco. by Donatello, Florence. Italy. 

20!). Sketches, Miscellaneous. 

KOTII & STTDV— r)()S liitcriiatioiial l.ifc lild^'., St. Louis, Mo. 

210. "P.isho]) Tuttle." :MeHioi-ial Clnn-cli, SI. Louis, Mo. 

211. Residence for A. JO. laindan. 

212. House of Ml-. \'. (;. I'ol(>. 

SCILMIDT, KlCIIARl) E.— 104 S. .Michigan Ave., (Miica^o. 

21;!. Sarah Morris Hospital for ("hiidren. 20tli St. and Crovelaiid Ave., Cliica.u;o. 

(lOxterior \'iews. ) 
211. Sarah Morris Hospital for Children, 20tli St. and (Jrovidand Ave.. Chica.^o. 

( Interior \lews. ) 
21."). Drawiiii: Kooiii, -lO ll.-ist F.m-ton I'lace. Chicatio. 111. 
210. Sarah .Morris Hospital for Children. 20th St. and ( ;rovel;iiid A\-e.. Cliica,i,'o. 

( F.xterior I'erspect i\(\ I 
217. Apartment r.uildiiii,^ at 111.') Astor St.. Chica.i^o. (Interior Court.) 
21s. Apartment I'.uildiiii,^ at 141.") Astor St.. Chica-o. ( Ivxterior and Interior 

\ie\vs. ) 
2r.». Stnd.\- of I'dlliard Room. Residence in Lake Forest. 111. 

220. Study of Dining Room, Residence in !,ake Forest, 111. 

221. Sketch for Apartment rvuildini:. 

222. (lermaii Hospital. .".")1 Craiit I'l.. Chicaj^o. 111. 

22;;. Lociihy Court. Sheridan Rojid and lUdmont Anc. Chicago. ( l-'.xterior.) 
224. Crai.i; Apartment l*.uildin,^^ ."Nth and Kenwood Axe. Chlca.^o. (Plan.) 
22."). Crai.^ Apaiiment r.uildin;:. ."iSth and Kenwood A\-e. ( l-;xt(>riors.) 

SClirCUARDT. WAl.- 4l>S .lenVrsoii St.. .Milwaukee. Wis. 
22C). Cliui'ch of the Redeemer. Milwaukee. Wis. 
227. Saint ( »uen, Rouen. France. 
22s. Cjistle of N'itre. France. 

SI1KI>LKV, IM'TAX .^ ("OOLIlXiK-^ l(il4 Corn Kxcliau-v 151, jo.. Chiejioo. 111. 

22;». Ida Xoyes Hall, rnlNcrsity of Cliica,ij;o. 

2;;o. .Midway t^icade. 'flic rnixcrsity of Chicai,^). 

2;;i. Fni\-ersity of .Xehraska. 

2.';2. I'liiN crsit.v of Nebraska. 

2.'!.';. Fiii\("rsity of Nebraska. 

2.';4. I'niversity of .Nebraska. 

SF.WKI.L. ROBT. Y . \'.— 10 S. La Salle St.. Chieaoo, Ij]. 
2;'..">. The Canteilmr.v IMIuriiiuiLre. Numbers 1 to ."1. 
-■Uk The Lassiiii: of .Vrthur, .Numbers 1 to 4. 

2;;7. When Love Se(4vs Lo\-e r.e.xoiid the A\'aters of the Dark River. 
2::s. Lal'.elle Dance. 
2:;;t. The Sirens. 



SHAW, HOWARD- ;5!) S. State St., Cliica-o. III. 

■24i). Kt'sidi'iicc at Akion, Oliio. 

■Jil. HcsidiMict' at Akron, Oliiu. 

242. Kcsidi'iu't' ;it Akron, Ohio. ;. 

24."!. Ucsidcncc at St. Louis. Mo. 

244. Ivt'sidcncc at St. Louis, Mo. 
24r(. Jvt'sidcncc. < Jlcncoc. IM. 

socii^rrv ok beatx arts architkcts k; w. ;5:!i(1 st., Xcw Voik. 

24(». Stcrnlit'ld H. Inivcrsity of I'ciinsylwniia. School of Architcctui'c, I'liiladclpiiia, 

I'a. 
247. (". I. "A" I'rojcct "''I'hc Interior i>eeor;ition of a riuireii." 

SMITH, W.M. .IOXES---12(i;5 Peoples (ia.s Bldo.. Cliieaoo, 111. 

245. Tour St. AiUiin, I'.eole des Itcaux Arts, I'aris, France. 

24!>. A I'ulilic Lil)rary. Second (Mass Desitjrn, iM-oh' des l'>cau\ Arts. I'aris. 

2ri(». I'iic "Avant Scene"" in a theatre. Twelve Hour ];s([uisse, llscoledes I'eaux 

Arts, Paris, France. 
2riL("iiinnie.\ foi' a lar.:,'e Cliateau. 'I'\vel\c Hour Jlsquisse, l',coi(> des Ueaux; Arts. 

I'aris. 



2."');!. Cathedral Ti-anscpt. First (Mass IM'ohlcni. I'coic des I'.caux Arts. I'aris. 

2.")4. Statuary, I'oi'cli of Cliartres Cathedral. I'rance, Archaeolo^'y i'rohleni, 

llcoic des l*caii\ Arts, I'aris. 
-'Ck Hotel on an Island, r>eaux .\rts, Paris, Fii'st Class Proldein. 

TALI.MAIXJK & WATSOX 1S<) W. Ma.iisoii St., Cliieaoo, 111. 
2r((i. LiviuLT Room, House for .Mi', (i. I'ahson. (>ak Park. 111. 
2r.7. \ie\v from the Nortli-Fast House for Mr. C. P.ahson. Oak Park. 111. 
2r)S. Reception Ro((ni. House for Mi-. O. P.ahson. (>ak Park, III. 
2r,!». Detail of Fntraiice, Hous(> for Mr. (;. P.ahson. Oak Park. 111. 
■2CA). Sketch of House of Wilhur I >. \eshit. Fvanston. 111. 

TR0\V1VR1I)(;K & ACKKR.MAX— (i-J West 4r,tli St.. Xew York. 

2(n. The Po(.l. Killeiiworth. (ileii Cove. L. I. 

2<!2. Plan of (Jroiinds near tlu' House. Killeiiworth. (!len C(t\-e. L. L 

2r.:;. Lntrance Flevafioii. Killeiiworth. <;ien Co\-e. L. I. 

2r>4. South TeriiK'c Stairwa.w Killeiiworth. (ileii Co\-e. L. I. 

2t!r>. hetail of Fntraiice l*.a,\. Killeiiworth. (Jleii Cove, L. I. 

A'IKHIvXAHSS. IVAR— (;4 K. Van i^.uivii St.. Cliieaoo. 111. 

2i;<!. Chaiiel The Christ PaiLdish FvaiiL'elic;il Lutlier;in Church. Chicairo. 
2()T. .L ^^'. Oavis Ajiart ineiit P.uildiiii:. Chicairo. 
2f;s P,;irl)er P.uildiii::. Polo. Illinois. 

AVAI.KKR. W. LESLIH~1();5 I'aik Ave., Xew York. 
2r,<>. liesideiice for F. A. Rice. I >."erlield, Mass. 
270. (;ara.i:(\ Oldlield Point, L, 1. 

^VAR^:, ARTlirR— 1170 liioadway, X. Y. 

27L Hudson Count\' I'ark, I'avilioii and Swiiiiniini: Pool, Hohoken, X. J. 



WKSTOX. \\M. ('.-lU-_> P>iowii .Mar.x P.ldo., P.inniiioiiaiii, Ala. 

272. Proposed (Xfice I'.nildiiii: for I'irniin.Lrhain, Ala. (Perspective.) 
27."!. (;rui)l) Roherts. Store I'ldi:.. I'irniinirhain. Ala. I Perspective. I 
274. Jefferson Count \' Saving's P.ank P.ldi:.. of P.irniiiiL'hain. Ala. 



WIIITK, (illACK TVNER— West Lafayette, hid. 

I'ln. I'l-oposcd Schcincs ol" 1 )(H-(H';itiou for tlie Kesideiice of Mr. Win. lUistnin, 
LaFayettc, Jiid. 

WILSON, (^LACUJETT— 2L> West 42ii(l St., Now Yofk. 
270. Tlic ITuntress. 

WVI^yni, W.— 4G0G I)ov(M- St., Chicago, 111. 
277. Watoi- Ca)\ov Sketch. 
27S. Water Color Sketeli. 

v()rN(ji',i^:R(!, .JOHN e.— 

27i). St. (Jiovaiiiii, Palermo, Sicily. 



SPECIAL EXHIBIT 

This space consists of a collection of exhibits that could be used in connection 
with the desij^ninj? of buildings for a small American City of a uniform style of 
Architecture. We have endeavored to show buildings of every use wdiich would 
occni'. There is a City Hall, a Library, a Tost Office Building, a Museum, ^n 
Auditoi'ium, School P)uilding, Churches, a Hank, a Country Clul), Dwellings, etc. 

'JSO. Ki'ee Christian Church, Andovei', ^lass. 

MeKLM, AlEAl) & WHITE— Arciiitects, 101 Park Ave., New York. 

281. Eirst Chiii'ch of Chi'ist Scientist, Voungstown, Ohio. 

.JAXSSEX & ABBOTT— Architects, Keiishaw Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

'2^'2. Bii)})ing Rock (\)untry Club, 

(;rV LOWELL— Architect, 22r) Eifth Ave., New Voi-k. 

2S:5. Pi-ivate (hirage, 14(i East r):5rd St., New York. 

HOWARD PECK — Architect, If) East 4()th St., New York. 

2S4. .Mason Library, (Jreat Barrington. Mass. 

liLAXCllARI) & BARXES— Architects. If) West :5Sth St., Xew York. 

2sr). Post Office at P>evei'ly, Mass. 

■lA.MES KXOX TAYLOR-^Architect. Treasury Department. Washington, 
D. C. 

2S(). Station at (Quaker Ridge, 

STEM & EELLIIEDI ER— Architects. 7 East 42nd St., Xew Yoi-k. 

287. T. (1. Washburn, Boston, Mass. 

RICHARDSOX, BARROTT c^- RICH A R DSOX— Architects. :]1 State St.. 
Boston, .Mass. 

2S8. Banking P)uilding for ]Mess)'s. Boi'ie, at 'Ivd and Chestnut Sts., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
WILSOX EYRE & .MclLYA IXE— Architects, 1003 Spruce St.. Philad.d- 
]diia. and '.]]! Lexington Ave.. Xew York. X". Y. 



289. The Aiulitoi-iimi at Vuhhuv Collc^v, 

McKIIM, MFjAD & WlllTK—Ai-('hit('(-ts, 101 I'ai-k Ave, New York. 

290. Ford Motoi- ('onipany's Dctioit Factory Huildin^', 
AL1U^]RT KAUN— Architect, 58 Lafayette Blvd., New York. 

291. United Hospital at Portcliester. 

(iRIFFIN & VVYNKOOP— Arcliitects, 30 Church St., New York. 

292. Houses at -Jamaica, 

ELECTrS I). LlT(4IFIF.LI)-~Aivhitect, 4.")7 Fifth Ave., New York. 

293. Weeks House, Fuolewood, X. -I. 

HAYS & HOADLEY— Architects, 2010 Bi'oadway, New Yoi-k. 

294. Huihliu^ for Music, Bar Harhor, Mc. 

GUY LOWELL— Architect, 22.") Fifth Ave., \<-\v York. 

29."). Uolonial Offices, ln(h'peu(h'iu'e Sipiaie, i'hihidelphia, i*a. 

(;E0R(H^: T. pea HSOX— Architect, 427 Walnut St., Bhihuh'lphia, Pa. 

296. I'lcsideiu'c of Prof. Win. Lyon Phelps. .\ew Haven, Conn. 
.MUKPllY c^ DAXA- Architects, ;!31 .Madison Ave., Xew York. 

297. House of .lac(|U('s liraiiihall, Es(|., Orange, X. •!. 

.MAXX 6: .MACXEILLE— Architects, 70 East 4.1th St., Xew York. 

298. The Taylor Residence. Los An>r,4cs. Ual. 
MYROX JH'XT— Aichit.-ct. 

299. Savings P)aiik Buildiu<>: at Danhury, ('oini. 

PARKEI{ .MORSE HOOPER— Architect, L") West 3Sth St., Xew Yoi'k. 

300. The (li'oton School, 

PEAP>OI)Y c^ STEARNS- Architects, Exchauj^n' P,uildin^^ Boston, I^Iass. 

301. Station "(i"" Spriii<,f \'allcy Water ( 'o., San i'^rancisco, Cal. 
WILLIS POLK c^ CO. Architects, San Francisco, Cal. 

302. ( 'hickerini,'' P)uihlin<r, P>oston, Mass. 

R1C11AIH)S()X. P,ARIxV)TT \: R ICII A IH )SO.\— Architects. 31 State St., 
Boston, .Mass. 

303. At ( 'hautau(|ua. .\e\v ^'oN\. 

(HiEEX & WICKS— Aivhitects, 110 Franklin St., Bulfalo, X. Y. 

304. Town Hall at .Xew ('annan, ('onn. 

E. A. .lOSSELYX^- Architect, 3 West 29th St., Xew York. 

30-3. ( 'olony ('Jul), .Xew Yoi'k. 

McKLM, .MEAD *t Wll ITE— Architects, 101 Pai'k Ave., Xew York. 



WOK^K OK FRANK l.LOVI) WRIOHT 

306. Office liiiildiiig', San Francisco. 

307. Midway (iainlcns, Cottage Grove Avenue and the ^Midway, Ciiicago. 

308. Figures Decorating Winter Garden of tiie xAlidway Gardens. 

A. lanelli, Sculptoi'. 
The i'uhv. 
The Sphci'c. 
The Ti-iaiif^'h'. 
The H('x:i,i,'<)ii. 
Si)i'ites. 

309. Tei'iniiuds of Extei'ior IMers. 

310. liittle IMay House, Riverside, Illinois, for .Mi-, and :\Irs. Avery 
(,'OOidey. 

l)i;A\vi\(is 

311. Imperial Hotel, Tokio, .Japan. 

(Ii-ouud riaii. 

Sections and l^lcvat ions. 

Ontlinc r(M-s])ccti\-e. 

312. Midway (Jai'deiis. 
I'crspcctive Study. 

i M'taii of ( Jai'dcn Furnitiirc. 
i'ctail of Interioi' Fiirnitni-e. 

314. H(>ereati()n Pavilion, Banff, Alberta, for the Canadian (iovernment. 

315. Kivei' Foi'est Tennis Club House. 

316. Caniegic Lij)rai-y, Pembroke, Ottawa. 

317. Post Office, Ottawa, Canadian Govennnent. 
31S. Double House, Ottawa, Caiuula. 

319. Model (^uai't<M- Section. 

IMau. 

(General Mew. 

Detail of Typical I'.ioclv. 

320. Cement Kxhibit, New York, for Pniversal Portland Cement Co. 

321. Hotel Madismi, Wis.. 

;>22. Count ry Inn, Lake (Jeiieva, Wisconsin. 

323. Slate Pank, Spring (ireeii, Wisconsin. 

l)\vi;i;i.i.\(is 

324. -lerome Meiidelson, Albany, X. V. 

325. Shei-nuni .M. Pooth. (deiicoe, llli)U)is. 

326. Harry S. Adams, Oak Park, ]llinois. 

327. Resid.Mice at Palm P)each, Florida. 
32S. Herbert Angster, Lake P>luff, Illinois. 

329. Low Cost Sid)nrban Dwelling. 

330. Ldwai'd Schroeder, Milwaukee, Wiscojisin. 



ool Iv l^lx'iisliadt', -Milwaukt'c, Wisconsin. 

332 Aftlnii' W. Ciittt'ii, County Ilouh', Wlicaton, Illinois. 

333 b'rancis W. Little, Suniiucr lioui'', Minnctonka, Minnesota. 

334 Mi's. and Mrs. Avery Coonley, Riverside, Illinois, Kindei'iiarte 
Little riay House 

Detail of (Mass. 

33o Taliesin, Hillside, Wiseonsin. 

Couuti-y Studio Home of Frank Lloyd Wright. 
I'lan. Llevation. rerspedive; 
IMiotoicraplis. 
I >etail of (iates. 

33() Taliesin. Workniairs Cottaoc. 
;^37 City House. 

Plan and l'ers|)eetive. 

A b'loi-entiiie Study. 

PHOT()(iKAl'HS 

])ktaii.S()P b'i'i{.\i'iMi{i-; and Class. 

Eni'CATioxAi. Toys. 

Marionette Tlieati-e, Made for l.lewell\n \Vri<ilit. 

A Toy Carden Selieiiie. woi'ked out by Ffauk Lloyd Wi'ioht, -It 

Child's Building l^loeks. woi'ked out l)y .Jolin Lloyd Wi'iu'lit. 

\Vu()i)f;.\ l*KL\T Stands. 

Three Types. Utilizino; .Japanese Coloi- Prints t'oi- fntei'ior 
Decoration, after the inannei' of the statuette. 




.SIAIXi:!) (',7..1.s.s H7.\7)OII' 
DliSIGMJ) li]' ir.U. MR KI.i: 



THE TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL 

CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITION 

(jivi:n join ri.Y i^v 
THK CHICAC^jO ARCHn l^:crURAL CLUB 



l^HK ILLINOIS SOClirLY OK ARCHrLEC'LS 



THE ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTJ ru LE OK ARCHITECI'S 



KHE ARK INSTLKU'KE OK CHICAGO 




IN VHK (KALLERIES 

OK KHE ARK INSTKKL'KE OK CHICAGO 

APRIL S 'KO APRIL 2cS. 1915 



V . ' 




Tea House and Pool, Estate of Frank .7. raiulerlip, Esq., 

Scarborough, A e^.v York 

William W'kllks Bosworth, Jrchi/ect, New Yovk 



6'^ 



THE TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITION 

JOINT EXHIBITION COMMITTEE 

Ralph C. Llewellyn, Chairman Edwin H. Clark, Treasurer 

Harry H. Bentley, Secretary 



CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

Ralph C. Llewellyn 
JL\RKY H. Bentley 
Fritz Wagner, Jr. 
Frank Venning 
George Awsumb 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 

George W. Maker 
John Devereux York 
Richard E. Schmidt 
Elmer C. Jensen 
Louis Guenzel 



ILLINOIS CHAPTER A. I. A. 

EdWIX V. (ilLLETTE 

Charles \\. Hammond 
Sam a. j\L\rx 
Edwin H. Clark 
Robert S. Lixdstrom 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE 

Edwin H. Clark, Chairnuui 
Fritz \\'agnek, Jr. 
John Denekeux "S'ork 



COMMITTEE ON PUBLICITY 

George W. Maker, Chairman 
Richard E. Schmidt 
Robert S. Lindstrom 



COMAHTTEE ON SPECIAL I'EATURES 

Ckarles ]I. Hammond, Chairman 
Im.mer C. Jensen 
Sam a. Marx 



(OAL\nTTEE ON CATALOG 

Edwin I'\ (in.LETTE, Chairman 
George Awsumb 

LOIIS CiUENZEL 



JURY OF AD.>HSSI()\ AND ARRANGEMENT 

Hugh '^.l. G. Garden, Chairuuni 
Irving K. Pond 
Andrew N. Reisori 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

IX PRi:si:.\ ri.\(, iiiis axm .\i. caialoc, rui': 
c'HiCA(;() ARcnrri'X'iiRAi. c\x\\, riii': Illinois 
SOCIKTV OF ARCIIl'IMX rs, AND I HI-: ILLLXOIS 

X'iL\p'ri;R OF Till'; a.miirioax ixsriri-iM': oi- arciii- 

TFC'TS WISH TO i:XPKi:SS 'FHIIIR ( iRA TFrUDi;; 

^0 tfje ^rt 3lns(titute of Ctjicago, ior us (;i:xi:r()is 

SURPORT, AXl) I'OR Fl'S COI'R'I'IIOUS H()SRFl'ALFr\' IX 

KXTi;xi)iX(; TO 'riH', joixt s()C"ii;f!i;s ihI': fsI': oi' its 
(;alli;rii:s: 

tEo tlje patrons, i'or iih-.ir lihi;ral axd hkartv 

support, FXABLlXCi TLII-; PUHLIOA'FIOX OI' THIS VOL- 
UME, AXD AIDIXC; 'FOWARDSriH'; RI'.ALl/AFIOXOF'riHS 
KXHIBITIOX; 

Co tt)e Cxijibitors, wiio, hv ofxi^rous coxtrihu- 
tioxs of thi;ir works, maki: possiBLr; 'FiiFsr: ax- 
NUAL FXHiHinoxs, 'rHi:Ri:H\' i;xc()URA(;ixc; axd 

PRO.MO'FIXO A POPULAR APPRIX'I A'FIOX OF ARUHI 
TFCTURF AXD THF ALLII'D I'lXi; AR'FS. 



PATRONS OF THE KXHIBITION 



Adams & Kltinc; Co. . 

Art Marblio Co. . 

LawrioncI'; J^uck .... 

Samuel Cabot Incorporated 

Chicago Fac^e Brick Association 

Bonner & Marshall Co. . 

Hydraulic I^ress Jirick Co. 

Kimbell-Hill Brick Co. . 

S. S. Kimbcll Brick Co. . 

Mcacham & Wright Co. . 

Thomas MoukHng Brick Co. 

Wisconsin Lime & Cement Co. 
Cjiic.aoo Orn.ame.vtal Iron Co. 

CillCAOO PORTL.WD CeMENT Co. 

p. & F Corbin 

jAMi:S B. DiBELKA 

Fu(;e.\e Dietzoen Co. 
The F. W. Dodge Co. 
Josi:i'ir Dlx .... 
Fedi:r.\i, Ci;m1';.\t 1'ili': Co. 

GkoRGE \. lU'LI.KR Co. 

Fdwtx F. GillkttI'; 
(kE.\zi;i. & Drcmmoxd 
Haxsell-Flcocr Co. . 

HaWES & DODD 
HOL.ABIRD & ROCIII-. 

Wm. H. Hooi's & Co. 

ClI.AS. L. IIlTCHIXSOX 

Ixii;ri()r Tii.exg Co. 
Wm. H. J.acksox Co. 
Joiixsox Skrvick Co. . 
Kroeschell I^ros. Co. 

I^RVAX IvATIIROP 

Li;Bi;xi5.\r.M & M.\rx 

I'^RAXK (i. FOGAX 

Li'D()\\tc:-Ci;ladox Co. 
Mississippi Wirk Glass Co. 
MiDLAXD Terra Cotta Co. 
MoxARCH Mi:t.\l Weather Strip Co. 

Natioxal Lead Co 

Gkorge C. Nimmons .... 
The Northwesterx Terra Cotta Co. 
1'krkixs, Fkllows & LLa.miltox 



. /j6 Washington Blvd. 

2608 Flournoy St. 

1200 Steinway Hall 

24 W. Kiiizic St. 

133 W. Waslii}igton St. 
133 W. Washington St. 
133 W. Washington St. 
133 W . Washington St. 
i3(j X. Clark St. 
133 W . Washington St. 
J33 W. Washington St. 
3/th St. vj" Stewart Ave. 
70/-30 X. La Salle St. 
60 W. Lake St. 
2(j S. La Salle St. 
166 IF. Monroe St. 
Monadnoek Bldg. 
21 iS \'an Buren St. 
10^ IF. Monroe St. 
102-J Marquette Bldg. 
S S. Dearborn St. 
332 S. Miehigan Ave. 
Areher a)id Xormal Aves. 
3 (J E. Adams St. 
104 S. Mie/n'gan Ave. 
33! S. Wabash Ave. 
Corn L.xehange Xatl Bank 
21 L. ]'an Buren St. 
(JO 2 S. Miehigan Ave. 
ijy X . Dearborn St. 
444 IF. Erie St. 
3J IF. \'an Buren St. 
7 IF. .Madison St. 
1 1 30 Lake Shore Drive 
Monroe Bldg. 
7 IF. Madison St. 
133 IF. Washington St. 
1S3 X . Wabash Ave. 
goo IF. iSth St. 
122 S. Miehiga)! Ave. 
2323 Clybourn Ave. 
6 X. Clark St. 



Pond & Pond 

Thk Frederick Post Co. . 
Pratt & Lambert Co., Inc. 
L. H. Prentice Co. 
Charles H. Prindeville . 
RoBBiNS Manufacturing Co 
Jacob Rodatz 
Martin A. Ryerson 
Shattuck & HUSSEY 
J. W. Snyder Co. 
Standard Varnish Co. 
James Stewart & Co., Inc 
Union Foundry Works 
Vierling Steel Works 
William Ernest Walker 
T. WiLCE Co. 



64 li. Van Bnrcn St. 
202 S. Clark St. 
j2() IF. 26I/1 St. 
J JO Sherman St. 
64 E. Van Bur en St. 
62^ Monad nock Block 
S68 Rookery Bldg. 
1J4 S. La Salle St. 
K) S. La Salle St. 
122 S. Michiagn Ave, 
2600 Federal St. 
1=^14 Westminster Bldg. 
142J First Xatl Bank Bldg. 
2 yd St. '^ Stewart Ave. 
JO \. Michigan Ave. 
220(j Throop St. 




Detail of F^nt ranee 

Holiday Farm, Rhinrbeck, A. ) . 

Albro ix LiNDKHKRc;, /Irckitccts 

Xcvv '^ ork 



FOREWORD 

FOR the i)ast Iwcnty-scven years the Chicago Architectural Club has held 
an annual Architectural Exhibition in the galleries of the Art Institute of 
Chicago. This has consisted of paintings, drawings, models, and photograj^hs 
of the work of Artists, Architects, Sculptors, and Designers of America, and 
of students in the leading schools of Architecture both at home and abroad. 
Xot only has architecture proper been suitably re])resented during that time, 
but also the best examples from the many allied arts have been given their 
place in the exhibits, thereby adding to their attractiveness and usefulness. 

All of these exhibitions had been undertaken, single-handed, by the Chicago 
Architectural Club; the administration of which had charge of the advertising, 
the soliciting of funds, the collecting and placing of exhibits, and the publica- 
tion of an illustrated catalog. 

For a club, whose active membership is composed mostly of the younger 
architects and draftsmen, with a smaller pro})ortion of Associate members 
who are connected with the allied arts, the Annual Exhibition has been con- 
siderable of an undertaking. The scoi)e and magnitude of the affair have 
grown, through the years, without a corresponding increase in the club mem- 
bership, until it had finally become a serious problem as to its proper handling 
without working an unnecessary hardship on the Club. 

The discontinuance of the Exhibition was seriously considered this year, 
unless outside assistance could be secured; and the cjuestion was taken u]) with 
the Art Institute, the Illinois Society of Architects, and the Illinois Chapter 
American Institute of Architects, all of whom agreed to use their best efforts 
to carry forward the Architectural Exhibition, it being considered one of the 
princi])al features of the year. 

As a result of such efforts, the Art Institute of Chicago has not onl\- gi\-en 
the use of the requisite rooms in its galleries, most hosi^itably, as heretofore, 
but has also made e\-ery ])ossible concession in the matter of the expenses of 
installation and care of exhibits, besides a most generous allowance toward 
the general cost of the undertaking. 

Not to be outdone in generosity and ])ublic s])irit, both the Illinois Society 
of Architects and the Illinois Chapter of the American Institute of Architects 



ha\'e undertaken their share of tlie res])()nsihiHty, and haxe added the ])resti<^e 
of their organizations, as well as their financial backing, toward the success of 
this year's exhibition. 

It is, therefore, with the encouraging belief in its continued success and 
with the hope that it may prove to be a source of interest and ins])irati()n to 
architects and draftsmen, tending to bring them into closer and more sympa- 
thetic contact with each other, and as an incenti\e to the ac(|uisition of a 
greater knowledge and a])preciation by the general public of Architecture 
and the Allied Fine Arts, that the Twenty-Iughth Annual Chicago Archi- 
tectural Exhibition is opened to the public^ 

I^DWIX V. (lll.LKTTi:. 



g^H^^^k Mil. 


^^Jsik 






.-■^mmf 


;Mpf . ,. .^^-j 


If 





Tool House 
Estate o\ Paul Moore, Mornstoii, A. j. 

Ai.HRo AND Li\"I)i;hi-;r(;, .-Irchilefls 
\c\\- \ ork 



TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP OF THK CHICAGO 

ARCHrrECTURAL CLUB 

Founded IQOO 



A prize of v$6co.co and a second prize of a gold medal are awarded annually. The 
funds are used to assist the winner in defraying the expense of a tour of ol^servation 
and architectural study in Europe. 

WINNERS OE SCHOLARSHIP 

N. ]\Iax DiXMXC. — '^ RcsidciKc for (Ui Aincrifdit A »!h(issii(l()r'^ — igoi. 

JOHN II. I'hili.U'S — " A}i Automobile Tavcni'' — igo2. 

Birch Bl'Rdkttk Lo.xg--"-! M onumciitiil Cross'nii^ for the I. C. R. A\" — igo,^. 

'riH)MAS K. Tallmadgk — 'M Creelie in a Mdiiitfuetiiriiii^ Distriet'^ — 1Q04. 

CiiAKi.i'.s H. Hammond — ".1 City Residenee''- igo^. 

MKKI5KRT li. Gkf.kn — ".I Reereotioii Pier for a Piiblie Park'' — igo6. 

WiT.L Rkichkrt — 'M Building for a Branch Munieipal Court'' — igoy. 

(li'.oROK AwscMH —".1 Public (iy)>niasiuni and Baths" -- igoS. 

Ilrc.H Di'NNiNC, — ".!;/ Athenccu))i Jor Teachers" — i()oc). 

('larI'.ncI''. j. Brown --".I Buildiui!, for Sanitation and Xavii^alion" — hjio. 

John Caia'IX Li:a\'i:i.l - -" .1 M onu)nental Staincay" — \q\\. 

Arthcr (\ IIanifin ---".1 T/ieatre in a Larii^e City Park" — i()i2. 

RrnoLPii (1. W'oLi'i'. "J Municipal Tribune" — igi,^ 

W. j. SciiaI';fki:r — ",1;/ Aquarium" - i()i4. 

I'"rkd .M. I Iodcdon -— ".1 Summer and W inter Carden" — h)15. 

WINNERS OE GOLD ^na)AL 

K. R. Ja.mks i()io 

Christian U. Bac.c.i; . . i()ii 

K. Dkan Parmai.i:k i()I2 

W. J. Schai;fi;k .... i()i,^ 

R. I^. IIi:i;r ... .1014 

RoHi'.Rr l\. ("i:ni:k i()i5 

SPECIAL CO^H^tfriTIONS 

1''rank C. W'afkI'.r ".I M onumoital P ireplace" — u)og. 

Wii.FFXM \\. Hinrs - "J Monument to a Creat A nierican Ceneral" — u)ii. 

W'.NF (i. W'n-.iiR.MANX — "J $^,()i}i) Brick House" — igi.v 

CO^HMOrElION EOR IHE EIEIEENTH ANNUAL 
TRAM^:LING SCHOLARSHIP 

19 LS 

ScF^jFcr: ".I Sumnier aiul \\ inter Carden" 

First Prize .'^600. 00, doiialcd by Cliarlcs M. W'oolley, American Radiator (',)., awarded Lo 

Frfd M. Hodcdon. 
Second i)rize gold medal, the gift of (diaries W. (iindele, awarded to Robkrt R. Cexkk. 



MiaJAL OF HONOR 

awardi-:d ]iY 

THI^: ILLINOIS CHAPTER OF THE 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECT'S 

The Illinois Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has re-established 
a gold medal of honor for award to designers of buildings represented in the Annual 
Exhibition of the Chicago Architectural Club, the conditions accomi)anying the 
proposed award being as follows: 

That any architectural work in the State of Illinois, if completed within five 
years previous to the date of exhibition, may be offered for consideration. 

That the architect or architects who design the work, in order to be eligible 
to the award, must present for exhibition one or more photographs of the executed 
work, also one or more drawings, including a small scale plan, and shall submit 
to the jury such working drawings of the structure as they may desire to examine. 
Any work represented in the exhibit may be eligible for consideration by the jury, 
provided that at least a plan, and also a photograph of the executed work, shall be 
brought before the jury on their request. Only architects or firms of architects 
maintaining offices in the State of Illinois will be eligible to the award. 

That an architect or firm of architects to whom this medal may be awarded 
once shall be ineligible for a future award. 

That the medal shall be accompanied by a certificate setting forth the name of 
the completed structure which formed the basis of the award together with the 
considerations which in the opinion of the jury characterized the structure as worthy 
of the award. 

That the jury shall consist of seven architects, one the President of the Chicago 
Architectural Club, one the President of the Illinois Chapter, and five architects 
appointed by the Illinois Chapter. 

That one medal only shall be awarded each year; and four members of the 
jury voting for the author or authors of the same work shall be necessary to an 
award; and that no award shall be made if in the opinion of the jury no work pre- 
sented is sufficiently meritorious. 



WIXXKRS OF rHl>: MEDAL 

rOXI) c\: I'OXI) -1900 
Building' — Women's Ba[)lisl Missionary Home Training School, Chicago 

MARSHALL &; FOX m, 10 
Building — The Blackslonc Holcl, Chicago 

PERKIXS, FELLOWS 8z HAMILTDX - 1Q13 
Building — Lion House. Lincoln Park, Chicago 



THE AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME 

loi Park Ave, New York City 
OFFICERS: 

WM. RUTHERFORD MEAD TH1X)D0RE N. ELY 

President Vice-President 

C. GRANT LA FAROE WILLIAM A. BORINO 

Secretary Treasurer 

JESSE BENEDICT CARTER 

Director of the Academy 

GORHAM P. ST]-:vr:NS 

Director of the School of Fine Arts 

KIRBY F. SMITH 

Acting Director of the School of Classical Studies 

1. Tjiio Ami;kican Academy in Rome is an institution established by law, and incor- 
porated by the Government of the United States. 

2. The seat of the Academy is at Rome, the art center of the world. 
:;. The academic course is post-graduate. 

4. The cloistration of the student for a number of years is required. 

^. The direct and intimate influences of the world's masterpieces which surround the 
student in Rome will prove of incalculable advantage in the creation of the future art of 
America. The far-reaching benefits that have resulted to France, Germany, Spain, and 
other nations through the establishment of Schools of Art in Rome justify the conviction 
that like or greater benefits will be secured to the United States through the foundation of 
a similar national institution. 

ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENl^ 

A number of artists, who had ])een engaged together upon the work of the World's 
Fair at Chicago, established in i<S94 "The American School of Architecture in Rome." 
Their object was to enable American students of architecture who had passed with honor 
through leading technical schools, or who had been equally qualified b_\- j)rivate instruction, 
to develop their powers more fully, under the most favorable conditions of direction and 
en\ironment. The students of the school were selected by competition and the school was 
wholly sui)i)orte(l by the artists referred to and their personal friends. 

The rapid improvement in the work of the students and their enthusiasm convinced 
those who were interested that the scope of the school should be made broader, and should 
include the allied arts of sculpture and j^ainting. To this end representative sculptors, 
painters, and architects, together with other persons interested in the subject, decided in 
1897 to found, on the lines of the French Academy in Rome, a school which should be open 
to American students of sculpture, painting, and music, as well as architecture. 

In pursuance of this design The American Academy in Rome was incorporated 
under the laws of the State of New^ York, in June, 1897. A constitution was then adopted, 
and suitable rules made for the government of the institution. All these steps were taken 



under advice of compelent legal counsel. In igoi Hon. John Hay, the Secretary of Stale 
of the United States, authorized the Ambassador at Rome to accept the ])ositi()n of trustee 
I'x-qfficu) of the Acadkmv, and directed him to secure for it "all the i)rivileges and exemp- 
tions that are accorded by the Italian government to like institutions of other countries." 

The Academy has recently effected a consolidation with the American School of 
Classical Studies, and the combined institutions, under the title of Thk American Academy 
IN Rome, are now housed in new quarters upon a superb site on the Janiculum, overlook- 
ing all of Rome. 

This great enlargement of the scoi)e of the Academy's work is destined to be of iirst 
advantage to its Fellows, through the intimate association of those engaged in the study of 
the Fine Arts with the students of classical hislorv. 

Commencing in igis a I-\'llowship in Lan(lscai)e Architecture will l)e awarded every 
third }'ear. 

OBji:cds OF 1 HI-: acadfmy 

To afford exceptional advantages to a few chosen scholars is not the chief end of the 
Academy, but is rather the means to that end. which is to help to raise the standard of 
art education in the United States. In the same way that the great national comi)etiti()n 
in France for the Grand Prix dc Rome has made the Kcole dcs Beaux Arts in Paris the Iirst 
art school of the world; so, it is believed, will the national competitions instituted b\' the 
American Academy increase the efficienc}- of the universities and art schools of America. 

One of the great advantages offered by the Academv in Rome is that, for the Iirst time, 
American students in architecture, painting, and sculpture are brought together under the 
same roof, in constant intercourse with each other, enj()>-ing that union and intelligent 
co-operation of the arts which in the end produce the highest results. Here they are en- 
abled to work together, surrounded by monuments of architecture, and sculpture, un- 
rivaled paintings, and galleries filled with masterpieces of e\er>- epoch. No other citv in 
the world presents so wide a field of studv or one so filled with the best precedents. 



CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

Art Institute 

OFFICERS 

1914-1915 

(;i-:()R(;i'; awsumi^ rrcsuicni 

RALPH C. LLKWKLLVX, Vicc-I'rvsidcnl 
(illT'ORl) HRAI^Wr, .SVnr/<;;-.v FRITZ WACXKR, Jr., Treasurer 



DIRECTORS 



'i'o i()i5 

niiRiu'.RT 1;. DOWN rox 
R()Hi:rt j. l()\1': 

J. iniRXARI) .MULLi:X 



To igi6 
HARRY H. HKXTLKV 
JOHX C. LKAVKLL 
LOUIS C. \()(;KL 



CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

Art Institute 

COMMITTEES 

1914-1915 

EXHIBITION 
RALPH C. LLEWP:LLYN, Chairman 
HARRY H. l^l-NTLEY I'RITZ WACINI'R, Jr. 

COMPETiriON 

JOHN C. LEAVKLL, Chairman 

ROBERT J. LOVE HARRY JL 15EXTLEY 

EDUCATIOyAL 

J. BERNARD MULLEN, Chairman 

RALPH C. LLEWl-LLYN HARRY H. BEXTLEY 

EMERTAIXMEXr 

ROBER r J. LOVE, Chairman 

J. BERNARD MULLEN JOHN C. Ll-AVIILL 

MEMBERSHIP 

GIEl'ORD BRAIiAN T, Chairman 

HARRY H. BI'NTLEY IH'RHLRT i;. DOWNTON 

Pl'BLIC ACTIOX 

LOULS C. \'0C;EL, Chairman 

RALPH C.LLEWELLYN HERHl'RP V.. DOWXIOX 



CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Alsciiui.kr, Ali'RKd S igoo Striker Bld^. 

Andrkws, Alfkkd B ^5 N. Dearborn St. 

Alyka, Thomas 8og Stciinvay Hall 

AwsuMB, OiooKc.K 160Q Lytloii Bldg. 

Baldwin, John E Soig Indiana Ave. 

Barnum, George L 4042 Wui Bitrcn St. 

Behr, E. Theodore i ^4 K. Erie St. 

HiCKNELL, Alfred Jl 3>'^ ■S- Dearborn St. 

Blake, Charles G ■/20-104 S. La Salle St. 

Blouke, Pierre jgo/ Washington Blvd. 

Bentley, Harry J I 1124 Monroe Bldg. 

BoDLE, A. T Mishawaka, Ind. 

Buckley, Ralph J ■^g6Q Elston Ave. 

Brabant, CJifford /73J Marquette Bldg. 

Bi'RNHAiM, Hubert 141J Railway E.xcliange Bldg. 

BuRC.HOFFER, Le()\ igi2 S. W cstcm Ave. 

Carlson, Clifford 2442 N. Lawndale Ave. 

Ci;nek, Robicrt R 284g W . 22d St. 

Church, Myron H /2jj Marquette Bldg. 

Conroy, John J 4^^o8 Indiana Ave. 

CooLiDC.E, Charles A 1614 Corn E.xehange Bank Bldg. 

CoRBEY, Leon J 22^ Villa St., Elgin, III. 

Corse, Redmond V 1212 Fullcrton Ave. 

Dalsey, Harry 1 167 W. \Vashingto)i St. 

Dean, (;i:orc,e R 167 W . Washington St. 

DowNTON, Herbert 464^ Maiden Ave. 

DuNNLNC., N. ^Iax 61(1 _?5 .v. Dearborn St. 

English, John W 7725 Wilson .Ive. 

I'^isHMAN, Maurice 1427 Park St. 

EisciiER, Ered a 1246 Pratt Ave. 

1m-:llo\vs, William K 4jjq Lake Ave. 

I"'ranklin, Robert L 4020 N. Ashland Ave. 

1'"rybort, Charli:s 1'"ishi;r 1614 E. ■; jd St. 

(iRAHAM, ICrnest R 1417 Raihccay E.\-cliange Bldg. 

CiLLET'i'E, I'^DWiN 1'' S S. Dearborn St. 

(;kei;nfii:ld, (ii.oRc.E H joji Miehigan Ave. 

Hall, Alfri-;d C 204 N. 41st .Ive. 

Hanifin, Arthur C 620 Woodland Park 

Heer, Raymond N ^4^4 Elaine Place 

Heun, Arthur Hio Steiirway Hall 

HoDC.DON, 1'"ri;d M -/-/5,? I)idiiina Ave. 

Hyland, Paul \' 2(j E. Madison St. 

Ji:nkins, Albiirt M / ■;// .Morse .Ive. 

ji:nsI';n, Ei..\ii:r C 1401 .V. }'. Life Bldg. 



l( 



Johnson, JI'AS A 2('i2j .\ . Central Park 

[oHNsroNE, I'i;r('V V 5.?-/" Wintl/rop Av( 

amim;, Claki:nci-; W 41 {s X. Syraeiis( 



ve 



Pawrenci;, Albin J 441 \. LeClaire .Ive 



i( . 



Pi'.AN'ELL, John C ()()47 Kimbark 

Pili.I'-.skau, John 2447 Ballon St. 

P()\i:, Rober r J 752^) First Xatl. Bank Bldg. 

Plewellyn, Ralph C 1 _t26 First Nat'l. Bank Bldg. 

.^P\NASSE, DeW'itt J 75?-/ X . Mapleu'ood .Ave. 

MayI'-.r, Carl H 460 E. 41st St. 

.\P-\Y(;er, v. Guy J247 Cornell .Ive. 

^Paynard, Hi:nrv S., Jk 2t2j Clyhonme .[ve. 



Mksskr, John W ,'/ ?/ IT. Walloii Si. 

Mixc'iiix, SiDM'A' II ,'oiJ Loi;,(iii Blvd. 

JMoKPUKTT, Akcjiik S /_Y JL 57/// .S7. 

ISIORGAN, CHAKI.KS L /./_^,S' M OIKul llOlk Bhli^. 

MoRK, Rav.mom) 4S3^ N. Coitral Park .Ave. 

JNIoKRisox, Jamks R. M S24 Fine Aiis Bldt;. 

Mueller, I'^loyd C Sjy Eastwood Ave. 

Mueller, Paul IM" 2S:; Schiller Bldi^. 

McGrew, Charles \i 6/ ,'/ lAwiii^Uui Ave. 

Xelsox, Edward O 14SJ Juii^eeonib Place 

Nettenstrom, Elmer T ^642 ir(/v;/(' Ave. 

NiMMOXS, CIeorgi'. C' 20()-/ Peoples Has Bldi^. 

XiTSCiiE, Edward A /5J6 /-'/r.v/ .Vat'/. Bank B/di^. 

Ottexheimer, Hexrv L yi ^ Ft. Dearhorn Bldi:,. 

Oldeeest, Edward (i /o^t A". 4/II1 Si. 

ParmI'.lI'-.e, E. Deax '■ . . /_//_' J/arlford Bldi^. 

Prather, I^'red \' 1211 Colnnibns .\ve. 

Preis, r. (1 I ^i)i> .Monroe Bldi.:,. 

1*REST0, W'lLLLXM (' , ,?-'.?(; Lclaiid Ave. 

Rabig, Charles 1',. K 1 124 Monroe Bldi^. 

Rapp, George P loo^ Og IP. Wasliin^^ton St. 

Reichert, W'illlam (i 775 Ft. Dearborn Bldi^. 

Ruge, P. H J(J.^4 'V. Kostner Ave. 

Risv, AxTiioxv V / ,\,\; .S". .Ivers .Ive. 

Rolleau, Harxev 4()on \'an Buren St. 

Saxdergrex, Axdrew ^o A. Fa Salle St. 

ScHAEFER, Wellixgtox j Uiiisdale, III. 



StiiROEDER, Fred E 

Schwartz, Aliu:rt A. . . 
Siljaxder, Aluek 1 IP . 
Staxtox, I'' red (' 

SlR\L\XX, JOHX E 

Steigeley, Arthir C. . 

Thomas, E. T 

Tallmadge, Tho.\l\s E . . 

\'exxixg, Eraxk 

\'oLExs, Nathan P 

X'roomax, George 

WaGXER, I'^RLIZ, Jr 

W'axdell, I\ar 

W'lEXER. Jerome P 

Wells, Frederick I) . . 
W'lLsox, Horatio R .. . 

Walker, I'"raxk (" 

Wolff, Rcdolph (i 

WiEHRNLxxx, William (i 



^4() A'. Parkside .ive. 

.' ri A^ Clark SI. 

vSj<S Huron St. 

141 2 //art ford /ildi^. 

I'lio ^ \Voodlaiv}i Ave. 

'...57 II'- 7.^d St. 

. . .2140 S. Was/itencrw Ave. 

i(>()4-i<Sg IP. .\/adison St. 

. U. of /Us., Clianipaii^n, /Us. 

14 jS //(itnliii Ave. 

I U j^ Montrose /ilvd. 

-?.■)- i Clvboiirn .Ave. 

. i_^() N. La Salle St. 

4107 (irand /Slvd. 

. . C)() ^i) /iberluirdt . \ve. 

104 S. }/ icliii^an Ave. 

iSoo /-iailway /'l.vc/iani^e Bldi^. 

2ii(j X. Clark St. 

'''(/'.I / Vdle .\ve. 



ALLIKI) MK.APBKRS 



Hkaxd, GrsTwi, A 
I)r\MX(., W. N 
Paffka rn, Kasfar 



. 1./2S M iclii\^ii)i .\vc. 

/.V,/ ? Peoples Cms Bld^. 

. . 22 i IP/.V( ();/,v/;/ .S7. 



ASSOCLVIK MKMin^RS 



1^i;cki:rl!.(;, P. P 
Hl-.IL, (' ARI 



I'Vjry W'li skin 1:^1011 Blvd. 
It) F. I'ciirson Si. 



Elomfield, James ^^,2o Winona Ave. 

Bonner, Charles j_,,; - Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 

Combs, Roc;iors M 120 ^ Chamber of Commerce Bldj^. 

Crofoot, Fred jSo \V. Washington St. 

Crowe, John G 200S Peoples Gas Bldg. 

Gage, Thomas G in W. Monroe St. 

Haigh, Arthur J004 Marquette Bldg. 

HiNCHLiFF, George E j^o8 Security Bldg. 

Huey, William B ^06 S. Dearborn St. 

Johnson, Earnest V nog Commercial Nafl. Bank Bldg. 

Kehm, August j^w. Kinzie St. 

KiMBELL, Arthur 13^ W. Washington St. 

KiMBELL, IVL N 133 W. Washington St. 

Lanquist, Andrew noo N. Clark' St. 

Marlinc;, Franklin, Jr 2S60 Broadway 

Matz, Herman L jo^ Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 

Moulding, Joseph W 1202 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 

Mullen, J. Bernard jg^^ Wabash Ave. 

Nelson, E. S 2364 N. Clark St. 

]'erron. Nelson J 2100 Elston Ave. 

Pierce, J. N j^^ w. Madison St. 

PoTTHOFF, N. A ^-o N. Dearborn St. 

I'ROSSER, H. B 2Q S. La Salle St. 

Rodatz, Jacc)]? S68 The Rookerv Bldg. 

RoLLE, Walter C ^pjj Bernard St. 

Russell, William A 446 Railway Exchange Bldg. 

Schardt, Otto 2/7 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 

Schmidt, Richard O i6uu S. Jefferson St. 

^^•^''i-> •'• ^V 1335 Byran St. 

Snyder, J. W Peoples Gas Bldg. 

Steward, Claude A ^20 W. 26th St. 

Van Dort, (;. Broes 20 W. Jackson Blvd. 

\ OGEL, Louis C ^^22 Aberdeen St. 

Wolfarth, William 2^47 Archer Ave. 

Woods, John R j^^j- Raihvav Exchange Bldg. 



NON-RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Chase, Robert fanesviUe. Wis. 

I)A\TS, I'KAXK L 77/ ^ I'luliron Bldg., New York, N. V. 

HoBBS, Ray M ;-^^ Alpine St., Pasadena. Cal. 

HoEi'i'NEK, E. A 307 First XaTl. Bank Bldg.. San Francisco. Cal. 

Horn, Benjamin A joi Robinson Bldg., Rock Island, III. 

Hengels, Henry C 702 Grand Ave, Mihvaukee, Wis. 

Morse, Burton E Twin Falls. Idaho 

SoHX. Frank i^^ons, Iowa 

Stegk, John I) ^,,<V IFimmond Bldi^., Detroit. Mich. 

SciiucHARDT, WiiJTA.M H 26S Knapp St.,' Milwaukee, Wis. 

Zimmerman, A. (; n E. 24/h St., New York, \. Y. 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Alli:.\. John K Falmouth mid St. Paul Sis., Boston, Mass. 

\U..\K\:, Theodore L 22^ Fifth Ave, Xcw York, \. Y. 

Clark, RoiiURT 2^0^ Keiimore .Ive., Chicago, III. 

Clow, William F Harrison and Fr.inkliii Sis., Chicav^o, III. 

Elcock, Edward (; ^,Vo6 Grand Blvd.. Chicago, III. 



Gay, Henry Lord McNc.sc BIdg., San Diego, Cal. 

GiNDELE, Charles W 3745 Prairie Ave., Chicago, III. 

Gates, William D 200!^ /'copies Gas Bldg., Chicago, III. 

LowRiE, Harry Caxton Bldg., Omaha, Neb. 

McLean, Robert C W'eslcni Architect, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Taft, Lorado 6016 Ellis Ave., Chicago, III. 

Pond, Irving K iu>q Steiinvay Hall, Chicago, III. 

Puckey, Francis W 1614 Corn E.xchange Bank Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Sullivan, Louis H 1600 A uditorium Toiver, Chicago, III. 

Wagner, Fritz, Sr 141 5 Raihvay E.xchange Bldg. 




Detail 
Residence in Princeton, .\ e':c Jersey 

'J'r()\\brid(;i-: tx Ackermax, .Irchilecls, 
New "^ (;rk 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 



OFFICERS 

EWI<;RY STANFORD IIM.L, PrcsidcU 

FRANK I-:. DAVIDSON, Flrsl Vice-President 

JOHN DI-:VJ-:RJ<:UX \\mK,Seeomi Vice-President 

SA.MUI-:L N. CROW'I'X, Treasurer 

JOHN RFFD VVV,\\U\ Secretary 

H. L. PAL^n';R, Financial Secrelarv 



DIRECTORS 

JULIAN HARXl.:s GEORGE W. MAHER 

geor(;f j^faumoxt mevfr j. sturm 

roiu;rt c. hicrlix harry h. \vhei:lock 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 



BOARD OF ARBITRATION 

Irving K. Pond Richard E. Sciimidl" 

George C. Nimmons Argylk E. Rohixson 

Joseph C. Llewellyn Elmer C. Jensen 
Arthi;r V. Woltersdorf 



COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC ACTION 

Stafford Fox Thomas, Chuinnan Robert Skth Lindstrom 

James B. Dibelka John M. Schroeder 

John Reed Fugard Horatio R. Wilson 



MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

Julian Barnes, Chairnuni . John A. Nvdi:n 

Edward A. Blondin Maurice Spitzkr 

Samuel X. Crowen Meyer J. Sturm 

George F. Lovdall Henry Worthmann 

Henry J. McMullen H. L. Palmkr, Secretary 



ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE 

George Bkaumont, Chairman Ivar \'ikhe-Xaess 

Leon E. Stanhope H. L. Palmkr, Secretary 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 

MEMBERS 

DKicii, Harry (i Mail Bldi^., (ialcshitri^, III. 

i.LisoN, Lyman J loij N. Dcarboni St. 

LScuri.i'.R, Ai.FKi;i) S 2<S' E. Jackson Blvd. 

scuAUKR, C. J Citizens Title i> Trust Bldg., Decatur, III. 

siiBY, (1. W 2j;7 S. fifth Ave. 

wsi'MH, (iivORdi', 14 Tl. Jackson Blvd. 

ak1':r, I'". S 10 S. La Salle St. 

ARMCS, Jri.iAX Kj S. La Salle St. 

ARRiCTi", r'RKDiORiCK L joo S. MiclTiga)! Avc. 

AR TON, I'"ra\('1s M ijS W . Jackson Blvd. 

I':al'.M().\I', (ii'ioRCi'', 25 ,V. Dciirhorii St. 

KHKL, X'mrxox W 25 .V. I)earl>orn St. 

I'lxso.x I'J)\VARi) //<V .V. La Salle St. 

i;ki.ix, R()1{i;rt C ig S. La Salle St. 

iCKNi':i.i., Ai.KKi':i) II ly 26-38 S. Dearborn St. 

YORK, I)a\ii) 'J' ' J26 W. Oak St. 

i.oxDix, Im)\vari) a 4 II'. (iarjield Blvd. 

oRsr, (iKoRc.i'; II 6g IT. W'asl/iuiiton St. 

orciiARi), Loris (' 64 W. Ra)idolp/i St. 

owios, I''ri:i)1':ru'K W'm 36j6 N. Central Park .Ive. 

RA15AX1), I''. J. I'> 12/ N. Dearborn St. 

rai)I.i:y, ('has. W 5O/ Broivn Bldi^., Rockford, III. 

Risri.i:, JosKi'ii H 21)6 S. La Salle St. 

Ri'Sii, C'harli'.s 1'^ QJ4 Ciracelain! Ave. 

rcKiXdHA.M, C'larkxck facksonville. III. 

I'KRCi'.R, .\lhkrt J., Jr 4026 W. 12th St. 

TRXiiAM, HiHKR T /_//7 Railway Ll.vchaniic 

iRXHAM, I)axii:l \l 1417 RailuHiy K.vchaniic 

'aknkc.ii;, William (J ig S. La Salle St. 

'ari'f.x IKK, Fkaxk a 4ig Brown Bldg., Rockford, III. 

'krny, J KRRY J 14 jS S. Ilardiitii -''''''• 

'krmx, Olaf Z Rock Islaiul, III. 

'hask, Fraxk D 122 S. Micliii^an .Ive. 

'hai TAX, IIarvky Wells Bldi^., {)uiiuy, III. 

'haitfx, Mflvili.f C 64 li. Win Buren St. 

"iiRlSTKXSFX, Chas. A 2j \. Dcarbom St. 

'iiURCH, Myrox II 140 S. Dearborn St. 

'hi'rcii, W'altkr S 140 S. Dearborn St. 

"larkk, Edwix H Wells Bld^., Qui>icy, III. 

'lay, Willlam W 226 S. La Salle St. 

"loyI'.s, I'"kI':dkri('k i<Sg W. Madison St. 

'oHH, Willlam II 2/56 Sunnyside Ave. 

'oFFix, .\KriirR S 64 W. Randolph St. 

'r()\vi:x, Samlfl N 30 N. La Salle St. 

)alsky, Harry I 167 W. Wasliiuiiton St. 

)a\'ids()X, 1'"raxk I'] 5J W. Jackso)! Blvd. 

)a\is, Zachary T 64 li. \'an Buren St. 

)ay, Warri:x W ^27 Main St., Peoria. III. 

)K Armkxt, Fraxk II Trust Bldg.. Rockford, III. 

)i-: .M()Xi:y. I'"raxk O ig S. La Salle St. 

)i;xxis, ("iiARi.i'.s ,\ 4i)2i) W. .Addison Ave. 

)ihi:lka, Jami;s H 2g S. La Salle St. 

)t)FRR. JACOH I'" 2S L. Jackson Blvd. 

)()\\i,ix(;, Imci'.xi-; I-" . , 6 N. Michii:^a)t Ave. 

)RrMM()xi), William ,??2 S. Michii^an 



)ri:six(;, 'I'iii'.odorI': 27()(> W. 22)id St. 



DuNFORD, Samukl II lo S. Lu Su/lc Si. 

Dunning, N. Max jj S. Dearborn Si. 

EcKLAND, Henry Moliiic, III. 

EcKSTROM, Christian A ^^ N. La Salle Si. 

EiCHBERG, S. Milton 64 W. Randolph Si. 

FiDDELKE, H. G Parkside Bld^., Oak Park 

Fischer, F. W 9/5^ Commerical Ave. 

Fischer, John B 140 S. Dearborn St. 

Flizikowski, John S ijS N. La Salle St. 

FoLTZ, Frederick C ,V .V. Dearborn St. 

FoRTiN, Joseph T 600 Bine Island Ave. 

Foster, Arthur 2jo S. La Salle St. 

Fox, Charles E J^' S. Dearborn St. 

Friedman, Raphael N no S. Dearborn St. 

Frommann, Emil H 64]]'. Randolph St. 

Frost, Charles S 205 S. La Salle Si. 

Fry, Frank L 140 S. Dearborn Si. 

FuGARD, John Reed iir W. Monroe St. 

Furst, Charles J 10 S. La Salle St. 

Gaddis, John W I'iiifeiines, Indiana 

Gatterdam, Fred E 1^4 W. Randolph Si. 

(iAUL, Herman J /// II'. Washington Si. 

(iERHARDT, PaUI 64 W . Raildolp/l Si. 

Gillette, Edwin F S S. Dearborn St. 

GuBBiNS, William F 755 .V. Clark Si. 

Guenzel, Louis 7 ?_' .V. M idiigan Ave. 

Hall, E. Stanford iq S. La Salle St. 

Hallherg, Lawrence (i kj S. La Salle Si. 

Hamilton, John L n X. Clark Si. 

Hansen, Harold M i u .V. /.(/ .S'(///r .S7. 

Harris, Ralph C 5^7" ?" -V. La Salle St. 

Hatzfeld, Clarence y S. Dearborn St. 

Hecht, Albert S 154 IT. Ramlolp/i St. 

Heinz, Lorenz II 12S \. La Salle Si. 

Merlin, George W 1 1() S. Michigan Ave. 

Hetherington, John T Og IT. \Vasliinglo)i Si. 

Hettinger, John P ?/7/ X . Ilatsled Si. 

Hewitt, H. E _^2i .Main St., /'eoria, III. 

HiNE, Cici'.RO ]22i Broadicay 

HoDGKiNS, Howard G ij(j \V . W'ti.shinglon Si. 

HOERNLANN, Cari jd A'. Pearboni St. 

HoLSMAN, Henry K ,?.?_' -V. M i( higan .Ive. 

Hooper, William T (j2i Leelaire .Ive. 

Hubbard, A. H 12 Sicinniell Bldg.. Champaign, III. 

IIuuER, Ji'Lius H /<V./ ir. Washington, Si. 

HuEHL, Harris W 757 IT. Randolph St. 

HuLLA, John I4'> S. Dearborn Si. 

Hunt, Jarvis ,?" A'. .Michigan .Ivc 

HUSSANDER, A. T (■(/;•(• Board of Ldncalioii, 7 .V. Dearborn St. 

HussEY, Harry H kj S. La S,illc Si. 

Hyland, Paul \' 2q li. Madison Si. 

Jensen, Im.mer C jg S. La Salle St. 

JiLLSON, Byron H 6yiS L'nion .Ivc. 

JoBSON, C. F "y /''■ Adiinis St. 

Johnson, (iiLBi':RT A 4t>i'> Lundbcrg BIdg.. Rockford, III . 

Johnston, W. K 160 X. -^Ih . 1 vc. 

Jones, William C jo X. La Salic St. 

Jyrch, Karl E i(jii'> Lnllou .ivc. 

Kallal, Charles W ('//\' Hall 

Kane, Michael B lid-ivardsvillc. III. 

Kane, Robert L ''''94Q Sheridan Road 



Klkwkr, William L 64 11'. Randolph St. 

KociiEK, Jacql'1'-s J S06 W . "gth St. 

Knapp, CiKORGK Arnold Harris Trust Bldg. 

Krikg, William G ijj \V . Washington St. 

Lehle, Louis 64 W. Randolph St. 

Levy, Alex. L 10 S. La Salle St. 

LiEDBERG, Hugo J 754 W . Randolph St. 

LiNDEROTH, S. L yH44 S. Elizabeth St. 

LiNDQUiST, Frederick 779 W. Washington St. 

LiNDSTROM, Robert S 5j5 ^\ Dearborn St. 

Llewellyn, Joseph C 3^ S. Dearborn St. 

Lonek, Adolph iiS N. La Salle St. 

LovDALL, George F g;;j Belmont Ave. 

LovELL, Sidney 30 N . Michigan Ave. 

LuDGiN, Joseph G i6j W . Washington St. 

Lund, Andkrs G 4jj W. 6jrd St. 

Mahefkf.y, David 118 N. La Salle St. 

ALmier, George W 206 S. La Salle St. 

Mahler, Harry H yd W. Monroe St. 

Marienthal, Oscar B icj S. La Salle St. 

ALvRTiNi, Im.izabi:th A 6216 Neivard Ave. 

Matteson, X'ictor Andre La Salle, III. 

McArtiiur, Alhi;rt C 64 W. Randolph St. 

McGall, 'rHo.\LAS JO y. La Salle St. 

]Mc(\\RTHV, JoK W '. ijQ N. Clark St. 

McGuLLorcii, I'>RNi:si' 5j IJ'. Jackson Blvd. 

McMuLLKN, llrcn j '.'i2j- N. Dearborn St. 

Meldaiil, j I'lNS J 4j[ S. Dearborn St. 

MiLLi'.R, C"iiAkLi;s A 5 ,\~ .v. Dearborn Si. 

Milli;r, josi:iMi A 755 A'. Clark St. 

MoRKHoisi:, .Mi'.RRLir j _?-/_,^ -V. Dearborn St. 

MoRRKLL, joiix Ilaices Blk.. Clinton, la. 

Mi'NDii:, William H jg S. La Salle St. 

Neebi;, John K 2/0/ 11'. Chicago Ave. 

Xi'.wi'.i.L, I''ra\k \' J5 '*>'• Dearborn St. 

\i;\vii()rsi:, Henky L 4^n<> Prairie Ave. 

Newman, !•:. M jo X. La Salle St. 

\iI';lsi:\, Gari 757 IF. Randolph Si. 

Ni>LM()xs, Gi'.oRGi-; C" 122 S. .\I ichigdii .Ivc. 

Xvdi:n, John A 04 IF. Randolph Si. 

Oi.SEN. 1'ail I'" no S. Dearborn Si. 

OsTi'.RCRi'.N, R()hi:r r C" ' ijcj A\ Clark SI. 

Oris, William A ^) A'. Michigan Ave. 

Oi ri:Niii;iMi:R, IIi;nrv L loj IF. Mo)iroe St. 

I'ac.i'.ls, Willia.m F iq S. La Salle St. 

I'asiili:v, .Alfred !•' /_,v .V. Dearborn St. 

I'kkkins, Dwiciir II ' . .6 X. Clark St. 

Ferry, Walter K 140 S. Dearborn St. 

I'l'". TKRSON. I'j)\VARi) .\ 400 Lundbcrg Bldg., Rockford, 111. 

Pkkifli'.r, (ii'.oRci'. F Lemon City, I'la. 

Fin(;ri;v, Roy 1^ 2oq S. La Salle St. 

FioNTLK, C"lemi:nt F. . 220^ W. Division St. 

Fond, Allen H . J)4 L]. Wui Biiroi St. 

I'oNi), Irxinc. K f\) LI. F(/;/ Bureii St. 

ToSTLi:, I)a\ii) K 140 S. Dearborn St. 

Pori.SKN, I'J)\vari) j 3jfi2 X . Harding .Ive. 

I'oi'LSi'.N, Georci'. 1'" ^y ? .V. LUnncood .\ve.. Oak Lark 

I'o\vi:rs, Horaci: .S 10 S. La Sidle St. 

1'rici;, Carl G 1^00-104 S. Michigan Ave. 

I'ridmori:, John I'".. O ,?.V S. Dearborn St. 

pRiNDKX'iLi.i:, ("has. II 64 L. Viui Buren Si. 



Probst, Edward . . 1417 Ruilivay Excluuige 

Pkuyn, William H., ]r 122 S. Mulligan Ave. 

Rapp, George L 69 W . Washiiiglon St. 

Rawson, Charles P 4Q~^> Drake Ave. 

Rkichert, William (i loj \V. Monroe Si. 

Reynertson, Theis J 1937 Craivford Ave. 

Rezny, James B 2cj S. La Salle St. 

Rich, Harry F -7J/ S. Dearborn St. 

Richards, Henry H 3-7 •^^'- -/-" ^'^^^'^ ^^■ 

Richardson, Jason F., Jr 3i() Armory Blk., Ottawa, 111. 

RiDDLK, Lewis W' 122 S. Miehigan Ave. 

Roberts, Eben E S2 \V. Washington St. 

Robertson, David T 64 W . Randolph Sj. 

Robinson, Argyle E l /O'V .S'. /.(/ Salle St. 

Rohm, Jean B 13^ ^V. La Salle St. 

R(MLM, William 13^ ^V. La Salle St. 

Roy, Franz 'y'^-i"-' CoDDiiereial Ave., So. Chieago, III. 

RoY'KR, Joseph W /•'/(// Iron Bldg., I'rbana 

Russr-.LL, Lewis E 25 .V. Dearborn St. 

RrSY, Anthony F 1339 ^- -'l'''''-.v Ave. 

Salisbury, Robert H Wheaton, 111. 

Sandegrkn, Andrew R /// IF. Washington St. 

ScHLACKS, Hf.nry John JO S. La Salle St. 

Schmid, Richard G 134 "'• Randolph St. 

Schmidt, Hugo 7--^ Oglesby Ave. 

Schmidt, Richard E i<>4 ■^^ Miehigan Ave. 

Schroeder, John j\I 35 ^' ■ Dearborn St. 

Schulzk, William 20()q IF. North Ave. 

ScHLLTz, ^Fartin M 1Q55 11'- ~'~>fl' -"^l- 

ScHWARz, Albert A k^^W W- 12th St. 

Seipp, Edwin A /79 H'. Washington St. 

Shattuck, Waltkr F ig S. La Salle St. 

Shopbell, Clifford 707 Furniture Bldg., Evansville, Indiana. 

Sierks, Henry iSo N. Dearborn St. 

Sorenson, Charles F W^i ^V. Maplewood Ave. 

Spitzer, Maurice j N. La Salle St. 

Stanhope, Leon E io<S S. La Salle St. 

Stevens, Harry E 53 l^'- J^ekson Blvd. 

Strandel, Charles A 3 N. La Salle St. 

Strauch, Moriz F 135'^^ Diverscy Parkway 

Stuebe, Leonard F. W \dams Bldg., Danville, III. 

Sturm, Meyer J 116 S. Michigan Ave. 

Sturnfield, Charles H 600 Blue Island Ave. 

Thomas, Stafford F 14ns. Dearborn St. 

ToMLiNSON, FL Webster ^-^ A'. Vnn Buren St. 

Uffendell, William G 33^ ^^- Miehigan .Ave. 

Urbain, Leon F 20 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Viehe-Xaess, Ivar 64 R. Van Buren St. 

\'iTZTHUM, Karl M 53 "'• dnekson Blvd. 

Waterman, Harry H 10 S. La Salle St. 

Watson, Robert Bruce 223 S. Central Park .ive. 

Watson, X'ernon S /'Vp IF. Madison St. 

Weber, Alfred P 10 S. La Salle St. 

Weber, Peter J . . - ■ • -343 ^- Dearborn St. 

Webster, Charles Woods Cutting Bldg., .Ldiet 

Westerlind, Carl W 1 1 1 W. Washinglo)i St. 

Wheei.ock, Harry B ^'-Z IF. Randolph St. 

White, H(nvARD J .1417 Raihvay Exchange 

Whitk, Kesson Ottaiva, III. 

Whitnky, William P. . 122 S. Michiga)i .[ve. 

Wilson, Horatio R i<'4 -''■ Michigan .\ve. 



Wixc, Thomas W // 5 .V. Dearborn St. 

WiN'KKL, Bia!i\() ^()i(-> N. St. Louis Avr. 

WiNSLOw, Bknjamin K .^oio Schubert Ave. 

WoLTKKSDOKK, Akthur F I j^S N . La Salle St. 

WooDYATT, JOrnkst 1 fj fj N . Clark St. 

WoKTiifWANN, Hknry 7.V59 II'. Chicago Ave. 

York, John Dkvkrkux /j2.? iV. Clark St. 

YouNGBKRG, JoHN K ?(; .V. Dcarbori! St. 

ZiMMKRMANN, IIuGO H 1 ij N . Dcarborti St. 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

liAi'MA.w, 1''rki)KRICk -744 Pine drove Ave. 

(iooDXow, C'harlks N Municipal Courts, Citv Hall 

UlLi., IIkxry W /,,^V .V. La Salle St. 

I'ALMiOK, IIkrman L i() S. La Salle St. 

Randolph, S. J\I ,v ,^ ll'/,vr(*//,v/// Ave., Oak Park 

W 1(;ht, Pktkr B . . ' . ' i2j_^ K. 4jth St. 




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Caroline (ji:i(;i:r, Xcw York 



ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

OFFICERS 

1914-15 

CHAS. IT. PRINDEVILLE, Prcsidcnl 

64 E. VAN BUREN STREET 

ROBERT C. H1':RLIX, /•'/;-,v/ Vicc-Presidnil 

19 S. LA SALLE STREET 

GI-:0RG1': W. :^IAHER, Sccoml Vice-President 

208 S. LA SALLE STREET 

ROBICRT C. SPE.XCER, Jr., Treasurer 

10 S. LA SALLE STREET 

\\EHST1':R 'J-QMLTNSOX, SeereUu-y 

64 E. VAX BUREN" STREET 



ILLINOIS CHAPTER AMERICAN INSllTUTE OE 

ARCHrrECTS 

COMMITTEES 1914-1915 



MUNICIPAL ART 

George W. Maiiek 
Elmer C. Jensen 
Irving K. Pond 
Robert C. Spencer 
Richard E. Schmidt 
John Wellborn Root 
John A. Holaiurd 



TOWN PLANNING 

Elmo G. Lowe 
Allen B. Pond 
Hermann \'. X'ox IIoLsr 
E.'H. BENNErr 

\"lCTOR i\L\TTESON 
Argvle E. ROIUNSOX 
Rali'h W. Zi.\lmi;r.nl\n 



ARCHITI'XrURAL 
EXIIIIHTION 

Edwin 1'". GiLLirriic 
Gharli'.s II. Hammond 
Sam a. Makn 
Edwin II. Glark 

ROBIORr S. LlNDSlROM 



MEMBERSHIP 
Joseph C. Llewellyn 
Elmer G. Jensen 
Elmo G. Lowe 
Gharles H. Hammond 



HISTORIGAL 

ThO^LAS TA1.L^L•\DGE 

Peter H. Wight 
John INI. }L)skins 
Ernest Woodvatt 
JosHiA L. Rice 



EDUGATION 

William A. Oris 
Tho.\l\s K. Tallmadgi: 
Gharles I). Wati:rbiry 
Prof. Jami:s M. WhliI'; 
Walter I'\ Shattick 



PUBLIC INFOR^LVnON 

John L. Hamilton 
Normand S. Patton 
Peter B. Wight 
Leonard G. Quackenboss 
Charles E. White 
Howard L. Cheney 



PROGRAM 

Melville G. Ghat ten 
Horace S. Powers 
Arthur E. Woltersdorf 
Uwight H. Perkins 
Edgar O. Blake 



DUISIOX OF ILLINOIS 

rKRRrr()R\' 

Hi:nry H. Wheelock 
Arthcr G. Brown 
W. GAR15YS Zimmerman 
Morrison H. \'ail 
y. W. Worst 



CONTRACTS AND 
SPECIFICATIONS 

Allen B. Pond 
George Beaumont 
Melville C. Chatten 
Richard E. Schmidt 
Frederick W. 1'erkins 
J. Garlisle Bollenilacker 



SPECIAL GOM M ITTEE 
OF NEW DESIGN FOR 
GHAPTER xMEDAL 

(iEOR(;E W. Maher 

.Arthur Heun 

D wight H. ]M:rkins 



LEGISLATION 

W. GaRBYS Zl.\LMI'JnL\N 

Joseph G. Llewi:llyn 
Henry B. Wheelock 
Julian Barnes 
Louis (iui'.xzEL 
Albert M. Sane 



XEN'riLAFION 

(iEORGE Beaumont 



PORTRAFJ^ 

Peter J. Weber 
Arthur I'\ Woltt'.rsdorf 



GOMPETITIONS IN TERRITORY OF THE ILLINOIS GHAPTER 

Gharles H. Pkindeville Elmer G. Jensen Frei)i;rick W. Worst 

Sub-Corn Jiiiller A. I . A. 



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ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

FELLOWS 

Beaumont, Geokgk ^5 N . DcarboDi St. 

Berlin, Robert C ig S. La Salle St. 

Clay, William W 226 S. La Salle St. 

Fellows, William K 6 N. Clark St. 

Frost, Charles S 10 j S. La Salle St. 

Hallberg, Lawrence G ig S. La Salle St. 

Holabird, William 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Jensen, Elmer C 1401 N . V. Life Bldg. 

MuNDiE, William B jg S. La Salle St. 

NiMMONS, George C Peoples Gas Bldg. 

Otis, William A Tower Building, g Michigan Ave. 

Patton, Normand S H S. Dearborn St. 

Perkins, Dwight II 6 N. Clark St. 

Perkins, Frederick W loog, 21 E. Van Buren St. 

Pond, Allen B ^log, 64 E. Van Buren St'. 

Pond, Irving K nog, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

QuACKENBOSS, LEONARD G 35 N. Dearborn St. 

Roche, Martin 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Schmidt, Richard E 13 S. Michigan Ave. 

Shaw, Howard 39 S. State St. 

Spencer, Robert C, Jr 10 S. La Salle St. 

Wheelock, Harry B iio<S Schiller Bldg. 

Woltersdorf, Arthur F ij8 N. La Salle St. 

ZiMMEk.\L\N, W. Carhys 7707, 64 E. Va)i Burcii St. 



INSTFrUTE MEMBERS 

Beers, IIerijert P jS S. Dearborn St. 

Browx, Arthlr George ig S. La Salle St. 

Carpenter, Frank A Rockford, III. 

CiiATTEN, Melville C .7777, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Clark, Edwin H Toicer Building, 6 N. Michigan Ave. 

Cro\\i;.\, Samuel X Stock E.xcha)ige Bldg. 

DiNKi;Liii:R(;, 1<"rederick 1' luoj Chronicle Bldg., Smi Era)icisco, Cal. 

Fletcher, Robert C lyg II'. Washington St. 

(iiLLETTE, Edwin F S S. Dearborn St. 

(iRiFEix, Walter Burlkv 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Hamilton, John L 6 N. Clark St. 

Hammond, C'harles Herrick 7777, 64 E. ]'an Buroi St. 

JIeux, Arthur Hio, 64 E. Win Buren St. 

HosKiNS, John M 2Sj~ IF. Madison St. 

Llewellyn, Joseph C 1 516, Eirst Nal'l Bank Bldg. 

Lowe, Elmo C 14 E. Jackso>i Blvd. 

Maher, (;eorc,e W 20S S. La Salle St. 

Marshall, Benjamin R gj4, Eirst Natl Bank Bldg. 

Powers. I Iorace S 10 S. La Salle St. 

Prixdk\ille, Charles H HoS, 64 E. Win Buren St. 

Shepardsox, Ralph S J44 Coulter Blk., Aurora, III. 

Stanhope, Leon E 108 S. La Salle St. 

Tatj-nladge, Thomas E 700.; Security Bldg. 

ToMLixsox, H. Webster Sag, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

\'ail. Morrisox II Dixon, III. 

\'()N HoT.ST, HER^L■\xx \' J 2 IF. .[dams St. 



Watkrbury, Charles D nog^ 64 E. Van Bureii St. 

Waterman, Harry H 10 S. La Salle St. 

Weber, Peter J Fisher Bldg. 

White, Charles E., Jr 139 N. Clark St. 

Worst, F. W J44 Coulter Blk., Aurora, III. 



CHAPTER MEMBERS 

Barnes, Julian ig S. La Salle St. 

Beman, Spencer S jj2 S. Miehigan Ave. 

Bennett, Edward H 1800 Railway Exehangc Bldg. 

Blake, Edgar Ovet 621 Davis Street, Evaiiston, III. 

Bollenbacher, J. Carlisle 14 IL Jackson Blvd. 

Brabant, Gifford 140 S. Dearborn St. 

Brush, Charles E 5^ ir. Randolph St. 

Burnham, Daniel Hudson .So E. Jackson Blvd. 

BuRNHAM, Hubert So E. Jackson Blvd. 

Cady, Jeremiah Kiersted ij-g W. Washington St. 

Carr, George Wallace 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Chase, Frank D 122 S. ^Michigan Ave. 

Cheney, Howard Lovewell jj2 S. Michigan Ave. 

Clark, William J 4SJ0 Blackstonc Ave. 

CoLCORD, Albert E 1 ij N. Dearborn St. 

Corse, Redmond P SoS, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Dean, George R lOj- IT. Washington St. 

Dunning, N. Max 35 S. Dearborn St. 

FitzGerald, Francis H 12 31 E. Superior St.. Duluth, Minn. 

Fox, Charles E gj4, First Nal'l. Bank Bldg. 

Fugard, John Reed /// H'. Monroe .St. 

Graham, Ernest R Railieay Evc/umge Bldg. 

GuENZEL, Louis jj2 S. Michigan Ave. 

Hall, Emery Stanford ig S. La Salle St. 

Harris, Alfred W Peoria. III. 

HoLABiRD, John A 104 S. .Michigiin .Ive. 

HoLDEN, Benjamin Edwin iSoo Railicay E.xchangc Bldg. 

Holmes, IMorris G S S. Dearborn St. 

HuEHL, Harris W so Metropolitan Bldg. 

LINDSTRO^[, Robert Seth 1205, 53S S. Dearborn St. 

Llewellyn, Ralph C ^^^''^ EirsI .\all. Bank Bldg. 

LovELL, Sidney jo \. Michigan Ave. 

Manierre, Alfred E 112 W. .\dams St. 

ALarx, Sam A y W . Madison St. 

Matteson, X'ictor Andre La Salle, III. 

Mayo, Ernest A 140 S. Dearborn St. 

McCarthy, Joseph W i^g N . Clark St. 

Morehouse, Merritt J 21 14 Fisher Bldg. 

Xyden, John A 64 W . Randolph St. 

Ostergren, Robert C i3g N. Clark St. 

Ottenheimer, FIenry L Fort Dearborn Bldg. 

PiNGREY, Roy C 2<)(j S. La Salle St. 

Pridmore, John E. O 1701, First Nat'l. Bank Bldg. 

Reed, Earl H., Jr 4/jS Lake Park Ave. 

Renwick, Edward A 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Rice, Josiah L 1623 Sunnyside Ave. 

Robinson, Arygle E loS S. La Salle St. 

Rogers, John A 161 3 Ashland Block 

Root, John Wellborn 104 S. .Michigan Ave. 

Saxe, Albert M hot, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Schlacks, Henry J 10 S. La Salle St. 



ScHMiD, Richard (] 5P Metropolitan Bld^. 

Shattuck, Walter F ig S. La Salic St. 

Smith, William J 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

SoMERS, Elbkkt S 1601 City Hall Sq. Bldg. 

VanBergkn, John S Caldwell Bldg., Oak Park, III. 

White, Prof. James M University of Illinois, Urbana, III. 

WiNSLOw, Benjamin E ". . . 50/0 Schubert Ave. 

WooDYATT, Ernest \i6i:^ Ashland Blk. 

Zimmerman, Ralph W noi, 64 E. 'Van Biircn St. 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Baumann, Fredric 2J44 Pine Grove Ave. 

Hill, Henry W nSN.La Salle St. 

Matz, Otto H 120 E. Oak St. 

Whitehouse, F. M / Madison Ave., New York 

Wight, Peter B 7225 E. 47th St. 




Front oj Villa at IIartsdah\ Nczc York 
J. II. 1^1 n, LI PS, Jrchitfcf, New "^'ork 



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AGNEW, W. C, JR.— 12 ig X. Slalv Si. 

1 Arcade of St. Peters, Rome. 

ALHRO & LIXDKHI'.RC; — - IT. 4^1/1 Si., Xck' York (\l. T. LI XDI-Mil'lRCi ). 

2 House of .\. .\. Si)rafi;ue, II, Lake I'orest, III. 
;^ House of Paul Aloore, Convent, \. J. 

4 House of Phillip H. Jenninjjjs, Henninj^ton, \'t. 

5 House of Dr. John I''. I^rdmann, Last Ham])toii, X. \'. 
() House of C"la_\'lon S. Cooper, Ls(|., Riverdale, X. \'. 

7 House of Hoardman Robinson, l'"()resl Hills, X. \. 

(S House of John T. Jilles])ie, Morrislown, X. J. 

() Detail of Lntrance, IIolida\- I-'arm, .Vslor Memorial, Rhinebeck, X. \' 

10 l'",ntranee I'Vonl, Holidax' I'"arm, .\s(or .Memorial, Rhinebeck, X. Y. 

li Lntrance I-'ronl, House of II. L. Hatternian, Mill Xeck, Lonjz; island. 

12 Carden I''ront, House of il. L. Hatterman, Mill Xeck, Lon^ Island. 

i_^ Tool House, Paul Moore. .Morrislown, X. J. 

ALSCHCLI'lR, .\. S.— njno Slri^rr J^iiildiiiii. 

14 \\"m. Hale Thompson Huildinj^. 

ASIIH\-, .\SIIH\- c^ SCHULZI'—z.-.V IL. J,irks,»i Blvd. 

15 La \'erfj;ne School, Herwyn, 111. 

.Vri;LIi:R HI'XXI'rr'L-RI'diORI --750 il. .lusUn .Izr. 
i() .\n Oriental I-'ountain. (.\. C. Webb). 

.XTLLII'.R PL'CKI''A' — C/iiraoo .lirliilrrliinil Club. .!;■/ / iisliliilr. 

17 .\n Oriental Drinkin.L^ I''ountain (('has. 1''.. K. Rabi^). 

iS .\ 15th Ci'ntury I''rench Half-Timber House. (R. Keith Harris). 

10 .\ Municipal Hatli Housi' (II. L. Downlon). 

20 .\ l''acult_\- Club House (John C. Leaxell). 

21 .\ .Municii)al Hath House (('has. I-'.. K, Rabi^). 

22 .\ .M()\-in^ Picture 'Lheatre, Sintion. (R. Keith Harris). 
2,^ .\ Slud_\' in Sujierimposed Orders (A. (1. .Ma_\-^a'r). 

24 .\ I''a(ull\- Club House (Cha<. \'.. K. Rabi.u)- 

25 .\ Slate Historical Societx' Huildinu' lA. C. Ma_\L;er). 
2() .\n Infirmary for a Prixalt' School. 

.\T'LI':RHLR\\ (;R0S\ I'A'OR — jn il. 4j<I si.. Acre ]'ork. 

27 The Church-in-the-( lardens. T'orest Hills. L. 1. Lle\a! ion and Plans 
2.S 'I'he Church in-the-(iar(leiis. T'orest Hills. L. I. — Perspecli\-e \'ie\v. 

.\WSL.MH, (il'lORCl'. -- /./ /•:. .fdcksoH lll.d. 

20 .\ ^'oun^ Women's Christian .\ssociation Huildinu; — P'ront \ iew. 
,^0 .\ ^'oun^ Women's Christian .Xssocialion Huildinu -— Side \ iew. 



BALLIN, lllJGO — Saugalmk, Conn. 

31 "Persephone." A Mural Decoration. 

BAnL^ROFT, MILTON —5<V IF. 37th St., Nciv York. 

32 Decorative Panel for the Court of the Seasons, Panama-Pacific International 

Exposition, "Fruit Harvest." 
;^S Decorative Panel for the Court of the Seasons, Panama-Pacific International 
Exposition, "School of Nature." 

34 Decorative Panel for the Court of the Seasons, Panama-Pacific International 

Exposition, "Art Crowned by Time." 

35 Decorative Panel for the Court of the Seasons, Panama-Pacific International 

Exposition, " Festivity." 

36 Decorative Panel for the Court of the Seasons, Panama-Pacific Intcrnalional 

Exposition, "Autumn." 

37 Decorative Panel for the Court of the Seasons, Panama- Pacific inlernalional 

Exposition, "Wiater." 

38 Decorative Panel for the Court of the Seasons, Panama-Pacific International 

Exposition, "Summer." 

39 Decorative Panel for the Court of the Seasons, Panama- I*acific International 

Exposition, "Sjjring." 

40 Decorative Panel for the Court of the Seasons, Panama-Pacific Inlernalional 

I^xposition, "drain Harvest." 

41 Decorative Panel for the Court of the Seasons, Panama-Pacific International 

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BITTER. KARL — 44 W. 77th St., .Yck' York. 

42 Statue of Thomas Jefferson, JelTerson Memorial Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

43 Carl Schurz Memorial (lironze and (Iranite) MorninRside l)ri\e, Xew ^ ork. 

44 Carl Schurz Memorial (Rubbed (iranite Panel) Morningside Drive, Xew N'ork. 

45 Carl Schurz Memorial (Rubbed (iranite Panel) MorniuKside Drive, Xew \'()rk. 

46 Goose Ciirl Fountain for Estate of John D. Rockefeller, Pocantico Hills, .X. V. 

BOSWORTH, WILLLVM WELLES — 527 Fifll, hr., Xric York. 

47 Entrance: Residence of John 1). Rockefeller, Jr., Xew N'ork. 

48 Interior of Tea House, Estate of John 1). Rockefeller, Pocantico Hills, X. \'. 
40 Fulton St. Tower, .American Telephone & Telegrai^h liuildinK, -Xew N'ork. 

50 Tea House and Pool, Estate of Frank .\. X'anderlip, Scarb()rouf.,di, X. N'. 

BOTKE, CORXELIUS — grj Slri)iK;iy Hall. 

51 "Randolph Street." 

52 Detail of Residence (Chas. .\. Piatt, .\rcht,). 

53 Portico (Chas. A. Piatt, Archt.). 

BOVl), 1). KXICKERBACKER— 13th and Walnut Sts., Philaddpliia, Pa. 

54 (late Lodj^c on Property of Chas. S. Walton, I'-s(|., at St. Davids, I'a. 

55 Log Cabin on Property of Chas. S. Walton, I'^sci., at St. Davids, Pa. 

56 Residence at Haverford, Pa. for Major Chas. L. Beckurts. 

57 Residence at Wynnewood, Pa. for Racburn Clark Smith, i'^sci. 

58 Residence at Narberth, Pa. for Dr. (). J. Sn\(Ier. 

5g Residence of Reuben IL Clark, 10s(|., at .Vrdmore, Pa. 

60 Ofl'ice Building and {'"actory for iMigland, Walton & Co., Philadelphia. 



BRAGDON, CLAUDI<: — ^7^ Culler Building, Rochesler, N. Y. 

6i Front Entrance of Bcvier Memorial Building, Rochester, N. Y. 

62 Porch of the Italian Presbyterian Church of the Evangel, Rochester, N. Y., show- 

ing sgraffito decoration. 

63 Exterior Detail from the First Universalist Church, Rochester, N. Y. 

64 Grueby Tile Drinking Fountain, in Waiting Room, N. Y. Central Station, Roches- 

ter, N. Y. 

65 Central Bay of Waiting Room, N. Y. Central Station, Rochester, N. Y., showing 

Exit to Trains. 

66 Colored Faience Entablature in Waiting Room, N. Y. Central Station, Rochester, 

N. Y. 

BRANGWYN, FRANK, AND ROWLEY, A. ].~ London, England {c/o II. RcuUrdahl, 
Wcchau'ken, N. J.). 

67 "The City of Ghent," (Frank Brangwyn, designer, executed in inlaid wood by 

A. J. Rowley). 

BRUST & PHILIPP —506 Free Press Building, Milwaukee, Wis. 

68 Mr. Albert Gallun's House. 

69 South Side Ikanch — Milwaukee Public Library. 

70 Entrance Hall — Mr. Gustavc Wollaeger's Residence. 

BRYDG]':S, E. NORMAN — 7200 Slcimvay Hall. 

71 Proposed Residence, Winnetka, 111. 

72 .Apartment and Store Building, r:imhurst, 111. 

7,5 Parish Mouse of Church of Our Saviour, lOlmhurst, 111. 

74 School liuilding, Elmhurst, 111. 

75 Kcllsmore .Apartment Building, Chicago. 

BUCK, ERM.A G. — 142^ Winncmac Ave. 
^76 Wall Fountain, Plaster Model. 

BUCK, LAWRENCE — 7200 Sleinivay Hall. 

77 Sketch for Studio, Palo Alto, California — Exterior. 

78 Sketch for Studio, Palo Alto, California — Interior. 

79 Studio W'indow — Looking into Garden. 

80 Sketch for House in Oak Park, 111. 

81 Sketch for House in Ravinia, 111. 

82 (larden iMitrancc. 

83 Sketch for Cottage. 

84 Cottage. 

BUSH-BROWN, H. K.— 772^ G Street, Washington, D. C. 

85 The Picture and Story Book — A Pair of Bookrcsts. 

86 The Novel — A Bookrcst. 

CA:^IPBELL, EDMUND S.— The Art Institute, C/iicago. 

87 Study for a Cottage at Melrose, Mass. 

88 Study for a Bank, (Two Drawings). 

89 Elevation, Competition for an .Annextc/Court House, by Richardson. 

90 Notre Dame de Paris. 

91 Belfry Tower, Bruges. 

92 Dutch Kitchen, I'klam. 



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94 Staircase Tower, Chateau lilois. 

95 Porta Romana, Sienna. 

CARNEGIE INSTITUTE OE TECHNOLOGY — FitLsbiiii;h, Pa. 

96 Class B Plan Problem — "A Faculty Club House" (C. W. Meyer). 

97 Class B Plan Problem — "An Infirmary for a Private School" (Elwood Tower). 

98 Class A Archaeology — "An Oriental Eountain" (Edward Crump, Jr.). 

99 Class A Plan Problem — "Main Lobby of a Large Courthouse" (O. J. Southwell). 

100 Class A Plan Problem — "Main Lobby of a Large Courthouse" ((). J. Soutiiwell). 

101 Order Problem — "An Entrance '.0 a City House" (J. P. Lengfelder). 

102 Archaeology Measured Drawing — "ALun l)oorwa_\- of the City Hall at Toulon, 

France" (H. L. Rubin). 

CARRERE & HASTINGS— -2j /'///// Ave., Xck^ York. 

103 Perspective of Arlington Memorial Ami)hilhealrc, .Xrlinglon, \a. 

104 Elevation of .Vrlington Memorial Amphitheatre, .Vrlinglon, \'a. 

105 Plan of Arlington Memorial Amphitheatre, Arlington, \'a. 

loft Plan submitted in Competition for the selection of an architect for the PuHlzer 

Fountain at 5Qth St. & Fifth .\.ve.. New York. 
107 Elevation submitted in Competition for the selection of an ; rchilect for llie 

]\ililzer l""ounlain at sgth St. & I''ifth .\\-e.. New \'ork. 

CHASE, FRANK IX— I'roplrs Cas Building. 

loS Residence of Mr. J. R. Cardwell, Pratt .\\e., Chicago, ivxlerior. 
IOC) Residence of Mr. J. R. Carchvell, Pratt A\c., Cliicago. Interior. 

CIIATTEN & H.VMMOND — ^^ /•;. Wni Ihirru Si. 

1 10 Apartment Building for Mr. I''. II. Hardy, jog J-last Delaware PI. 

CHIC.VGO .\RCIHTECTURAL CLUB — .1;-/ hislilulc. 

111 Winning Designs. Traveling Scholarshii) Competition, IQ15. 

First i)ri/.e won i)y I'Ved M. Hodgd:)n. Gold medal won by Robert R. 
Cenek. 

CHlCACiO SCHOOL ()!•' .VRCIIITIX TURI': -.1;7 I nslituUAhioigo. 

112 Measured Drawing, Pompeian Tripod (.\. T. Xewsom). 

113 An Open .\ir .\thletic .\rena ( !•'. D. j-'errar). 

114 Measured Drawing, Roman Candelabrum ill. ii. Aarens). 

115 A I'"ire I'>ngine Station for an international L\hil)ition (II. W. N'ader). 

CHILDS & S.MITII— 126:, Peoples Cms lUiildin-. 

116 'J"he I'"irst National Bank of .\pplelon, \\ i->. - l'!\tcrior, 

117 The l'"irst National Bank of .\pi)k'ton, Wis.-- Interior. 

COKX, .\. \V.\SS()\ — ,?5J7 Plliotl .\ie)iue, Berieyn, III. 

118 S. Severan, Paris, I'rance. 

iig S. Marie Delia Salute from across the Grand Canal, X'enict', Italx'. 

120 S. Jean les \'ignes, Soissons, I'Yance. 

121 .\n Old Doorway near the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italw 

122 Pont Neuf, Paris, I'rance. 

123 Clock Tower, Chartres, I'rance. 

124 Petite Trianon, \'ersailles, I'rance. 



125 Church Towers, Chalons, France. 

126 Si. Sulpice, Paris, France. 

127 In Ihe Gardens of Versailles, France. 

CONNICK, CHARLES J.— g Ihircourt St., Boston, Mass. 

128 Design for Chancel Window in 4th Presbyterian Church, Chicago (Howard Shaw 

& Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson, Architects). 

129 Design for Transept Window with Figures en Grisaille in the House of Hope, 
, Presbyterian Church, St. Paul, Minn. (Cram & Ferguson, Architects). 

130 Design for Aisle Window (The Transfiguration) in the House of Hope, Presb>-- 

terian Church, St. Paul, Minn. (Cram & Ferguson, Architects). 

CORNELL UNlVERSrrY — C«//rg6' oj Architecture, Ithaca, N. Y. 

131 The Main Lobby of a Large Courthouse, Section, (R. M. Kennedy). 

132 The ALiin Lobby of a Large Courthouse, Plan, (R. M. Kennedy). 

133 An Italian Garden (Three Day Archeaological Problem) (E. ]\L Urband). 

134 A Plant for the ALuiufacture of Arms, Plan, (G. L. Kaufman). 

135 The Temporary Decoration of a Ball Room. Int. Elev., (H. S. Kirchberger). 

136 The Temporary Decoration of a Ball Room, Plan, (H. S. Kirchberger). 

CI^AK;, BI':ATRICE DOANE — jo .V/. Jawes Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

137 Decorative Panel for Crcstmere, Barrington, Nova Scotia. 

1)1': AR.MI':XT, I'. IL— Trnst Biiildin,!^, Rockford, III. 

138 County Court House. 

139 Apartment House and Hotel Building. 

DEXNISON & HIRONS-^75 Fifth Ave., Neio York and RIDDLE & RIDDLE - 
122 S. Michigan Ave. (Associated) 

140 Design for Old National Bank, Battle Creek, Mich. 

141 Design for Old National Bank, Battle Creek, Mich. 

142 Design for First National Bank, Lebanon, Ind. 

DI H1:LK.\, JAMES B.— 2g S. La Salle Si. 

143 "State" Ollice Building. 

DOI)(;i:, WILLIAM DE LEFTWITCH - 5/ H". ,oth St., Xeio York. 

144 "Atlantic and Pacific," for the PanamaT^icific International Exposition. 

145 "Discovery," for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. 

146 "Crowning of Labor," for the PanamaT'acific International Exposition. 

147 "Achievement," for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. 

148 "The Purchase," for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. 

149 "The Ciateway of All Nations," for Panama-Pacific International Exposition. 

DU MOND, F. v.- 3j IF. 67th St., New York. 

1 50 "The Westward March of Civilization," for the Panama-Pacific International Ex- 

position. 

ESCHWEILER, ALEXANDER C— 720 Goldsmith Building, Mihvaukce, Wis. 

151 Miscellaneous work. 

152 St. Thomas Aguinas Church, Milwaukee, Wis., and residence for O. W. Robertson. 

EVANS, CLIFFORD — igo6 American Trust Building, Birmingham, Ala. 

153 Competitive Design for Tazewell County Courthouse, Pekin, 111. 



FAULKNER, CHAS. D.— 7757 Yale Ave. 

154 House in Vicinity of Chicago. 

155 House in Vicinity of Chicago. 

FLORENTINA ARS — 32 g Peoples Gas Building. 

156 Frieze, 15th Century, from original found/j,in an old palace (now destroyed) in 

Florence. 

157 Terra Cotta Column, Roman Baccanale. 

158 Terra Cotta Vase, from original Venetian Well. 

159 Terra Cotta Vase. The decoration is copied from a door sculptured (year 1186) 

in the church of Santo Andrea in Pistoia. 

160 "Laura" (Original). 

161 Bronze Giardinier, from original in Florence, 15th Century. 

162 Terra Cotta Table, from original at National Museum, Naples, Italy. 

163 Bizanline Holy Water Font, from original in Venice. 

164 Gothic Column, original by Manifattura di Signa. 

165 Roman Cinerary Urn. Original in the UlTizi Gallery, Florence, Italy. 

166 Dancing Faune from Greek Original in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy. , 

167 Fioriera, from original (15th Century) in the Church of Santa Croce in Florence, 

Italy. 

168 Two Red Terra Cotta Vases (as used in Italy for lemon and orange trees). 

FRIEDMAN, RAPHAEL N.— d A. Clark St. 

169 A Country Inn. 

FROST, CHAS. S.— loj S. La Salle St. 

170 Pier No. 2, Harbor District No. i. General view from northeast. 

171 Pier No. 2, Harbor District No. i. Side elevation. 

172 Pier No. 2, Harbor District No. i. Longitudinal section. 

173 Pier No. 2, Harbor District No. i. Head house from southwest. 

174 Pier No. 2, Harbor District No. i. Plan at dock level. 

175 Pier No. 2, Harbor District No. i. Plan at street car level. 

FURBER, WM. COPEL.A.ND — ^/<V Walnut St., Philadelphia. 

176 Water Color, North Penn Bank, 29th and Dauphin Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 

GEIGER, CAROLINE — 5.^2 /•:. ygth St., Xcw York. 

177 Photograph of Interior of "The Monastery,"' Huntington, Long Island, N. V. 

178 Photograph of Interior of "The Monastery," Huntington, Long Island, N. Y. 

179 Photograph of Interior of "The Monastery," Huntington, Long Island, N. Y. 

180 Photograph of Interior of "The Monastery," Huntington, Long Island, N. Y. 

181 Photograph of Garage at "The Monastery," Huntington, Long Island, N. Y. 

182 Photograph of Courtyard "The Monastery," Huntington, Long Island, N. Y. 

GILLETTE, EDWIN V.— SS. Dearborn St. 

183 Morton D. Harris Apartments, 67th St. and Pa.xton .\ve., Chicago. 

184 Proposed Hotel Building, Chicago. 

GOODHUE, BERTRAM G.— 2 W. 47th St., Xeic York. 

185 St. Clement's Church, New York. 

186 Permanent Buildings, Panama-California P'xposition, San Diego, Cal. 

187 New York City Building, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, Cal. 



i88 Pulpit and ^creen for St. Marks Church, Mt. Kisco, N. Y. 

189 Church of St. Vincent Ferrer, Lexington Ave. and 65th St., New York. 

190 Kitchi Gammi Club, Duluth, Minn. 

GREEN, PAUL — lyg W . Washington Si. 

191 Cottage. 

GREENGARD, B. C— 6 N. Clark St. 

192 Residence for Mr. A. A. Beck, Perspective Sketch. 

193 Study for a Synagogue. 

GUENZEL & DRUMMOND — 332 S. Michigan Ave. 

194 Residence "Thorncroft" Riverside, 111. (Elevation and Interior). 
19s Woman's Club, River Forest, 111. (Elevation and Interior). 

196 First Congregational Church, Austin, 111. (Elevation and Interior). 

197 Methodist Church, River Forest, 111. (Elevation and Interior). 

198 M. E. Church, Maywood, 111. (Elevation and Interior). 

199 Muther Residence, River Forest, 111. (Elevation and Interior). 

200 Barr Residence, River Forest, 111. (I^vation and Interior). 

201 Baker Residence, VVilmette, 111. (Elevation and Interior). 

202 Studio Building, Chicago. Detail of Methodist Church, River Forest, 111. 

HARDING, L. B.— 6803 Yale Ave. 

203 English Cottage. 

HASSAM, CHILDE — jj W. 67th St., iVtw York. 

204 "Fruits and Flowers," Decoration for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. 

HERRICK, EDW. B.~ 31 Bennett Ave., New York. 

205 High Altar and Baldacchino for Cathedral of St. Louis, St. Louis, Mo. 

206 Design for Tryptych and Decoration of Chapel. 

HEWITT & EMERSON- j2/ Main St., Peoria, III. 

207 John C. Proctor Recreation Center, Loggia, Women's Gymnasium. 

208 John C. Proctor Recreation Center, Swimming Pool Loggia. 

209 John C. Proctor Recreation Center, General View of Field House from Play- 

grounds. 

210 Mohammed Temple, Peoria, 111. 

HEWLETT, J. MONROE, CHAS. BASING, AND ARTHUR T. HEWLETT - /(5j 

CI yiner St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

211 MDCCCLX. A Triptych for the decoration of a Morning Room. 

HOLABIRD & ROCHE — 1400 Monroe Building. 

212 Design for a Residence for C. W. Case Deering, at Waikiki Beach. Honolulu. 

HOLDEN, B. E.— 27J Main St., Aurora, III. 

213 Perspective of Residence for the Misses Harris, Kenilworth, III. 

HOLLOWAY, CHARLES — (5 j5 IF. i6otk St., New York. 

214 "The Valley of Illusion," for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. 



HOSiMER, CI.ARK C— gog First Xational Bank Building, Milwaiikrc, Wis. 

215 Residence of Mr. Rudolph Wittman, Milwaukee, Wis. 

216 Four Colonial Homes on Belleview & Farwell .\ves., Milwaukee, Wis. 

HUBBARD, A. U.— Champaign, III. 

217 Detail Y. W. C. A. Building. 

218 A House at Urbana, 111. 

219 A Fraternity House at Champaign, 111. 

ILLINOIS, UNIVERSITY OV — Division of Landscape AnhiUrturc, Vrbaua, III. 

220 Senior Design, 1914-15. "A Country Estate on Long Island" (B. S. Austin). 

221 Senior Design, 1914-15. "Coif Course for a Country Club" (N. P. lloUister). 

222 Junior Design, 1912-13. ".V Countr_v Instate near Springfield" (C. II. Diggs). 

223 Junior Design, 1913-14. "A Suburban Residence" (L. D. Tilton). 

224 Junior Design, 1913-14. "Home Crounds in a Small Town" (C. S. Hill). 

225 Garden Photograph. "\'illa l''alconierri, Italy" (R. R. Root). 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY— /^<;///w()rc, .1/rf. 

226 The Johns Hopkins University — Ceneral Plan (.\(lvisor\- Board; Crosx'cnor .\ller- 

bury, Frank Miles Day, Fredrick Law Olmsted). 

227 The Johns IIo[)kins University — Ceneral \'iew (.\dvisory Board: as above. 

Author: Parker, Thomas & Rice). 

228 The Johns Hopkins University — \'iew from Hopkins Oval (.Vdvisory Board: as 

above. Author: Parker, Thomas & Rice). 

229 The Johns Hopkins University — PliN'sical Laboratory — T'".le\ali()ii on Main (^)url. 

(Wyatt & Nolting, Keyser liuilding, Baltimore, Md.). 

230 The Johns II()[)kins University — Chemical Laboratory — Ele\ation oii,Main Court. 

(Carrere & Hastings, 22^, 5th .\ve., Xew \'ork). 

231 The Johns Hopkins University .\cademic Building — I^levation on Main Court. 

(Parker, Thomas & Rice, Union Trust Building, Baltimore, Md.). 

232 The Johns Ho])kins University — (ieological Laboratory — I^levation on Main Court. 

(Cook & Welch, 3 W. 29th St., New York). 

233 The Johns Hopkins University — Mechanical & I^leclrit al I'-nginecring liuilding — 

Elevation on South Court (Joseph I"]vans Sperry, Calvert Building, Baltimore, 
Md.). 

234 The Johns Hopkins University — Interior of .Main Court looking toward .Vcademic 

Building (.Vdvisory Board: as above. .Vuthor: Parker, Thomas & Rice). 

JOHNSTONE, PERCY T.— 75/2 Michigan Blvd. 

235 Residence, Ridge & Monticello Aves., Evanston, 111. 

KELLEY, RALPH L.— 114 Engineering Hall, Urbana, III. 

236 "The Roman Designer" (.\ Mosaic Panel). 

LEAVITT, CHARLES WELLFORD — 220 Broadway, Xcw York. 

237 A Modern Necropolis — Main Entrance. 

238 A Modern Necropolis — Inner Court. 

239 A Modern Necroimlis — Upper Level. 

240 Flower Garden for Mrs. Walter S. Gurnec. 

LINDSTROM, R. S.— 5j,S' S. Dearborn Si. 

241 0. W. Richardson Building, 3641-45 S. Racine .\vc., Chicago. 

242 Photograph, Mail Order House, John Magnus & Co., 1039-47 W. 35th St., Chicago. 



LOWE & BOLLENBACHER — 7do7 Lyiton Building. 

243 Church and Sunday School Building, Bloomington, Ind. 

244 Si. Luke's Church, Evanston, 111., Photographs and Plan. 

245 St. Luke's Church, Evanston, 111., Perspective of Exterior. 

MAHER, GEO. W.— 208 S. La Salle St. 

246 Warehouse and yVdministration Buildings of the J. R. Watkins Medical Co., 

Winona, Minn. 

247 Pen and Ink Sketch, Winona Savings Bank Building, Winona, ]\linn. 

248 Residence of Mr. PL M. Stevenson, Chicago. 

249 Residence of Mr. E. L. King, Homer, Minn. 

250 Photograph of Kenilworth Assembly Hall, Kenilworth, 111. 

MARSPL\LL & EOX — (jicj FirsI Nalional Bank Building. 

251 .Apartment Building, 1550 N. State Parkway. 

252 Home Office Building of the Northwestern Mutual Life Lisurance Company, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

253 Burlington Building, Clinton St. and Jackson Blvd, Chicago. 

254 Old Elm Club, I'^ort Sheridan, 111. 

I\L\SSACHUSI<7rTS L\STITUT]<: 01< TKCH^OLOCY — Bo.slon, Mass. 

255 Design for a Public Library. I'Uevation and Plan (E. S. Whearty). 
25O Public Library — Section and Plan (F. S. Whearty). 

257 .\n .American l'",mbassy in Rome (P. C. Rosenberg). 

258 Design for a Cha|)el Screen (Miss C. Simonds). 

259 Design for an .Advertising Tower and Subway Entrance (O. R. Erecman). 

M.\T THEWS, LAURA '6.-4549 LaJ^c Park Ave. 

260 Design for a Drawing Room. 

261 Design for a Book Room. 

.AIcKlAL MEAD & WIHTE — /o/ Park Ave, New York. 

\ 2()2 Houses for Ceraldyn Redmond and the Countess dc Laugier de A'illars. 

263 Minneapolis Museum of Fine Arts, Central Portion. 

264 McKinley Birthjilace Memorial Competition, Plan and l-'Jevation. 

AHCHIGAN, UNIVERSrPY OV — College of Areliileetnre, Ann Arbor, Midi. 

265 Work of Students in Design and Drawing. 

266 Work of Students in Design, Construction, and Drawing. 

267 Work of Students in Architectural Design and Pure Design. 

268 An Oriental I''ountain. 

mulli(;an, c. J.— 1321 /•:. 6ist st. 

269 Decorative Figure for City Club (Pond & Pond, .Architects). 

270 Decorative l'"igure for City Club (Pond & Pond, Architects). 

MUNDIE & JENSEN — 1401 N. Y. Life Building. 

271 Building for Rogers & Co., Chicago. 

272 Residence on Astor St., Chicago. 

NIMMONS, GEORGE C— 2007 Peoples Gas Building. 

273 Perspecft\'e of proposed Club House for the Flossmoor Country Club, Flossmoor, 

111. 



274 Floor Plans of proposed Club House for ihe I-'lossmoor Country Club, Flossmoor, 

111. 

275 Interior Court View of Building for Flossmoor Country Club, Flossmoor, III. 

276 Reid, Murdoch & Co's Building, Chicago, 111. 

277 Seattle Plant of Sears, Roebuck & Co., Seattle, Wash. 

278 Sears, Roebuck & Co., Apartment House, Chicago. 

279 Perspective of Building for the Railway TerminalWarehouse, Chicago. 

NORTHWESTERN TERRA COTTA CO.— 2525 Clyboiini Ave. 

280 Processional Panel, "Gifts to the Queen of Sheba." 

281 Panel, "Ascension." 

NORTON, JOHN W.— Lockport, III. 

282 Drawings for Decoration in Midway Gardens (4 parts). 

283 Studies for Decorations in La Salle Hotel Dining Room (2 parts). 

284 Study for Decoration for Midway Gardens. 

285 Study for Decoration for Fuller Park, Chicago. 

NYDEN, JOHN A.— 64 W . Randolph St. 

286 Drexel Boulevard Building, S. E. Cor. Dre.xel Blvd. and 44th St., Chicago. 

287 Photographs of Residence of Mr. Waldemar Giertsen, Chicago. 

288 Photographs of Residence of Mr. Oscar H. Haugan, ICvanston, III. 

OTIS & CLARK — 6 N. Michigan Ave. 

289 Residence, 1304 Astor St., Chicago. 

290 Residence, Lake Forest, 111. 

291 Residence, Lake Forest, III. (West Elevation). 

292 Residence, Lake Forest, 111. (Terrace). 

293 Residence, Lake Forest, III. (Garden and Pool). 

294 Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium, Chicago (Bird's-Eye View). 

295 Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium, Chicago (E.xterior Details). 

it 

PARSONS, WILLIAM E.— uSoo Railway Exchange. 

296 Views of executed W^ork, Philippine Islands. 

297 Views of Work executed in Manila, Philippine Islands. 

298 View of Dormitory of Normal School, Manila. 

299 Plan of Manila. 

300 Plan of Bagvio. 

PENxNSYLVANIA, UNIVERSITY OF — />/>/. of Archilecturc, Philadelphia, l\i. 

301 A Wall Fountain (Eugene L. Walter). 

302 The Crowning of a Doorway (Lancelot W. Suckcrt). 

303 A Ball Room for a Palatial Residence (Eugene (iilbert). 

304 A Plant for the Manufacture of Small Arms (Plan) (Miles B. Dcchant). 

305 A Plant for the Manufacture of Small Arms (Elevation) (Miles B. Decliant). 

306 A Monument to a Deceased Ruler (Roman Prize Competition, 1914) Plan (W. 

Pope Barney). 

307 A Monument to a Deceased Ruler (Roman Prize Competition, 1Q14) Elevation 

(W. Pope Barney). 

PERKINS, FELLOWS & HAMILTON — (5 .V. Clark St. 

308 Residence for Harold L. Ickcs, Hubbard Woods, III. 
300 Dubuque German College, I)ubu(|ue, Iowa. 

310 Farmers Security Building, South Bend, Ind. 



311 Wartburg Seminary, Dubuque, Iowa. 

312 Residence for Harold L. Iclces, Hubbard Woods, 111. 

313 Oakton School, Evanston, 111. 

314 Assembly Hall, Oakton School, Evanston, 111. 

315 Oakton School, Evanston, 111. 

316 Bird's-Eye View, Shantung University, Tsinan Fu Province, Shantung, China. 

317 Lincolnwood School, Evanston, 111. 

318 Farmers Security Building, South Bend, Ind. 

319 Bragg School, Fond du Lac, Wis. 

320 Wartburg Seminary, Dubuque, Iowa. 

321 Downers Grove Kindergarten, Downers Grove, 111. 

322 Downers Grove Kindergarten, Downers Grove, 111. 

323 Group Room, Downers Grove Kindergarten, Downers Grove, III. 

324 Assembly Hall, Oakton School, Evanston, 111. 

325 Living Room, Residence of Harrison B. Riley, Evanston, 111. 

326 Residence for Harrison B. Riley, Evanston, 111. 

327 Residence for Harrison B. Riley, Evanston, 111. 

328 Living Room, Residence of Harrison B. Riley, Evanston, 111. 

329 Shantung University, Tsinan Fu Province, Shantung, China. 

330 Medical School, Nanking University, Nanking, China. 

331 Medical School, Nanking University, Nanking, China. 
T,^2 Lincolnwood School, Evanston, 111. 

2,^^, Lincolnwood School, Evanston, 111. - 

334 Residence for E. P. Ellwood, DeKalb, 111. 

335 Living Room Mantel, Residence of E. P. Ellwood, DeKalb, 111. 

336 Residence for E. P. Ellwood, DeKalb, 111. 

337 Photographs taken in China by W. K. Fellows. 
^T,'6 Photographs taken in China by W. K. Fellows. 

339 Apartment Building for Dr. W. A. Pusey, Chicago. 

340 Apartment Building for Dr. W. A. Pusey, Chicago. 

341 Assembly Hall, Bragg School, Fond du Lac, Wis. 

342 Assembly Hall, Bragg School, Fond du Lac, Wis. 

343 Pontiac High School, Pontiac, Mich. 

344 Pontiac High School, Pontiac, Mich. 

345 Assembly Hall, Pontiac High School, Pontiac, Mich. 

346 Gymnasium, Pontiac High School, Pontiac, Mich. 

347 Pontiac High School, Pontiac, Mich. 

348 Wartburg Seminary, Dubuque, Iowa. 

349 Downers Grove Kindergarten, Downers Grove, 111. 

350 Floor Plan, Downers Grove Kindergarten, Downers Grove, 111. 

351 Service Wing, Downers Grove Kindergarten, Downers Grove, 111. 

352 Residence for E. S. Rogers, Winnetka, 111. 

353 Residence for E. S. Rogers, Winnetka, 111. 

PHILLIPS, J. II.— 527 Fifth Ave, Nciv York. 

354 Etching of Entrance, Villa of J. H. Phillips. 

355 Monatypc of Front of Villa of J. H. Phillips. 

356 Photo of Front of Villa of J. H. Phillips. 

357 Photo of Garden Elevation, Villa of J. H. Phillips. 

358 Photo of Living Room, Villa of J. H. Phillips. 

359 Photo of Dining Room, Villa of J. H. Phillips. 

360 latching of Garden View, Villa of A. S. Oglesby at Yonkcrs, N. Y. 



361 Photo of Villa al Yonkers. 

362 Water Color, proposed Station at Hronxvillo, N. Y. 

363 Photo of (larden Gate at Mt. Kisco, for Henry S. Julicr, Esq. 

364 Villa at Mohcgan Heights for Mr. Alexander Grinager. 

365 Water Color of Villa at Hartsdale, Garden View. 

366 Photo of Villa at Hartsdale, Front View. 

PLATT, CHAS. A.— 11 E. 24II1 St., New York. 

367 Entrance Portico, James Parmelee's Residence, Washington, I). C. 

368 Stair Hall, James Parmelee's Residence, Washington, 1). C. 

369 Stair Hall, Wm. Eahnestock's Residence, Katonah, N. Y. 

370 Garden Pavilion, Wm. Eahnestock's Residence, Katonah, X. \'. 

POND & POND — 7 /o7 67c/;nc'<?v //,;//. 

371 Ravenswood Presbyterian Church. 

372 University of Michigan "Union" from the North. 

373 University of Michigan "Union" from the South. 

374 Proposed "United States Building," Shanghai, China, River I'Yont. 

375 Proposed "United States Ikiilding," Shanghai, China, Upper Front. 

POOLE, FREDERICK \'ICTOR — 1541 E. 37th St. 

376 ]\Iodel of an English Cottage in J'apier Maclie. 

PRINDEVILLE, CHARLES 11.-64 I'- I'"" i^'^^^'i' ■">'/• 

377 Our Lady of Ml. Carmel Church, Belmont .\\e., Cliicago. 

378 St. Andrew's Church, Paulina and Addison Sis., Chicago. 

RERORl, .\. N.— 30 .V. Michigan Blvd. 

379 Michigan Boulevard Extension, looking North. 

380 (ialeway Ikiildings, Chicago River and Michigan Boulevard I^xtension North. 

381 Sketch Design for a Building on the North J'laza, Michigan Boulevard Extension. 

382 Rough Sketch of proposed South Water St. Traflic Blvd. I'Vom Stale to .\dams St. 

383 Original Sketch for the Chicago Randolph >hirket. 

3S4 Chicago Randolph Market, .\eroplane \'iew looking West .Across the Ri\cr. 

REED, EARL H., JR.— ^/j.V Lake Park Ave. 

385 Cour du Dragon, Paris. 

386 Towers of St. Sulpice, Paris. 

387 The Croix Rouge, Paris. 

REID, ROBERT — //o/f/ Chelsea, New York. 

388 Sketch illustrating one of the Four Golds of California, "MetaUic Gold." 

389 Sketch illustrating one of the Four CJolds of California, "Wheat." 

390 Sketch illustrating one of the Four (iolds of California, " Popi)y." 

391 Sketch illustrating one of the Four Golds of California, "Citrus Fruits." 

392 "The Birth of Oriental Art" executed for the Panama-Pacific International 

Exposition. 

393 "The Birth of Modern .Art" executed for the Panama-Pacific International 

Exposition. 

394 "Ideals of Art" executed for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. 

395 "Inspirations of Art" executed for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. 



REUTERDAHL, HENRY, AND ROWLEY, A. ]. — London (care of H. Rcuterdahl, 
Wechavvkcn, N. J.). 

396 "Skyscrapers," Henry Reuterdahl, designer, executed in inlaid wood by A. J. 

Rowley, London. 

RI-:UTERDAHL, HENRY — Weehawken, N. J. 

397 Sketch for Panel "Commerce and Sea Power" in Schooner Yacht " Vagrant, " 

Harold Vanderbilt, Owner. 

SCHMIDT, RICHARD, E., GARDEN & MARTIN — jo^ 5. Michigan Ave. 

398 I'"irst National 13ank, Pueblo, Colo. 

399 Barrett Apartrnents, Chicago. 

400 Barrett A])artments. The Entrance Hall. . 

401 JJarrett Apartments. The Entrance Hall and Stairway. 

402 Lockby Court, The Chase Apartments, Chicago. 

403 Lockby Court, (leneral Plan. 

404 Lochby Court. The Central Pa\'ilic)n. 

405 Lockby Court. The North Pavilion. 

406 Lockby Court. \ Detail of the Fore Court. V.. 

407 I''iniey Hospital, l)ubuc(ue, Iowa. 

408 The Central Hospital, Chicago. 

409 The Drawing Room. House of ^^'m. G. Beale, Chicago. 

410 Addition to the Onwentsia Club, Lake I-'orest, ill. 

411 House of Chas. E. Paxton, Lake l''ore t, 111. 

412 House of Chas. !•'. Paxton, Lake T'orest, ill. The lOntrance. 

SCHMIDT, RICH.VRD, E.. (I.VRDEX & ^L\RT1X, & LAWRENCE PUCK (Asso- 
cialed) — C/iicngo. 

413 W'alden, Residence of C\tus H. McCormick, Lake l''orest. 

414 W'alden, Residence of C\rus IL McCormick, Lake Forest. 

SCHUCIL\R1)T, W.M. 11.— ^-^'^' .fcjfcrson 6'/., Mili.'aukce, Wis. 

415 Residence of Mr. Richard W. Houghton, Xashotah, Wis. 
4i() Notre Dame de Locniarie, Quim])er, Hrittan\-. 

417 Entrance, Residence of Mr. .\ug. !I. \'ogel. 

418 Chai)el in .\bl)a_\c Sainle Trinile, Caen. 

SCHWART/, ALHI'.RT A.— ^ .V. Clark St. 

410 LoN'ola .Apartments, Loyola A\-l'. and Sheridan \i^\. f PorspL'ctive). 

420 l''ield House in Kosciuszko I'k. lor llie X. W. Park Disl., .\\ersand Diverse\- .\\es. 

( l\'rs])eclive). 

421 JMcId House in Kosciuszko Pk. for the X. W. Park Dist., A\-ers and Diversev A\-es. 

(Ah)del). 

422 I''ield House in Mozart I'k. lor the X. W. Park Dist., .\rmitage and Ax'ers A\-es. 

(Photo). 

423 Proposed Building for Sleipner .\thlctic Club, 40lh Court and Xorth .\\-e. ( Per- 

specti\'e). 

Sl'dPP, EDWIX .\.— ijQ W. Washin-^lon .Si. 

424 Water Color Perspecti\-e, I'"rateriiily House, .Madison, Wis. 

425 ElcN-alion of .\]xirtment Building, 2340 Lincoln Park West, Chicago. 

420 Detail of lOntrance, .\i)artment Building, 2340 Lincoln Park West, Chicago. 

427 Interiors of .\])artment Building, 2340 Lincoln Park West, Chicago. 

428 LUeriors of Apartment Building, 2340 Lincoln Park West, Chicago. 



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SHELLER, JESSE E. — 46^4 Collage Grove Ave. 

429 Perspective on Wood, Bungalow for C. B. Schutte, 7228 Oglcsby Ave. 

SIMMONS, EDWARD — 16 Gramcrcy Park, New York. 

430 "Bringing Civilization to Our Shores," for the Panama-Pacific Exposition. 

SPALLER, GERTRUDE — 6332 Glcnwood Ave. 

431 Mural Note for Quaker Oats Exhibit at Panama-Pacific Exposition. 

432 Mural Note for Quaker Oats Exhibit at Panama-Pacific Exposition. 

STARIN, ARTHUR N.— j75 Providence Building, Dululh, Minn. 

433 Looking toward the Generalife. 

434 Church at Basking Ridge, N. J. 

435 Young Women's Christian Association at Winona Minn., East and South Ele- 

vations. 

436 Young Women's Christian .Association at Winona, Minn., First and Second Floor 

Plans. 

TALLMADGE & WATSON — Security Building. 

437 Sketch of House for Christian Wiehe. 

438 House in the Woods for Christian Wiehe. 

439 House for E. H. Gold, Holland, Mich. 

440 Study for First Congregational Church, Evanston, 111. 

441 William V. Carroll, Residence. 

442 J. S. Guy, Residence. 

443 E. H. Gold, Residence. 

TEMPLE & BVRYl.O\\S — Davenport, I oua. 

444 Delta Tau Delta Fraternity House, Champaign, 111. (Wulcr Color Perspective). 
44/ Vero Block, Vero, Florida (Water Color Perspective). 

TROWBRIDGE & ACKERMAN — (52 11'. 43th St., Xe-w York. 

446 First Floor Plan, Residence in Princeton, N. J. 

447 Interior of Living Room, Residence in Princeton, N. J. 

448 Exterior of Living Room, Residence in Princeton, N. J. 

449 The Library, Residence in Princeton, X. J. 

450 The Entrance Hall, Residence in Princeton, X. J. 

451 Front Elevation, Residence in Princeton, X. J. 

452 Perspective and First I-'loor Plan, Residence for .\. L. Searlc, Minneapolis, .Minn. 

UPJOHX, HOBART ^.— 456 4th Ave., Neic York. 

453 Parish House for the Church of St. James the Less, Scarsdalc, N. Y. 

VAN BERGEN, JOHN ^.— Oak Park, III. 

454 Group of Cottages for Mr. F. Blondeel, Oak Park, III. 

455 Summer Cottage for Mr. C. .\. Richardson, Lakeside, Mich. 

456 Residence for Mr. C. Percy Skillin, Wilmcttc, 111. 

457 Residence for Mr. Wm. ]M. Webster, Chicago, 111. 

458 Residence for Mrs. Chas. S. Yerkes, Oak Park, 111. 

459 Residences for Mr. Robt. N. Erskin, Raymond Hamilton, and (ieo. R. Hemingway, 

Oak Park, 111. 

460 Residence for Mr. II. G. Ilorder, Oak Park, III. 

461 Residence for Mr. W. Zuetell, Oak Park, 111. 



462 Farmhouse for Mr. W. A. Rogers, Dupage County, 111. 

463 Residence for Hudson B. Werder, Berwyn, 111. 

464 Residence for Mr. Philip Greiss, Oak Park, 111. 

465 Residence for Mr. Richard Clever, Maywood, 111. 

466 Residence for Mr. W. H. Griffith, Oak Park, 111. 

467 Residence for Mr. Alfred Bersbach, Wilmette, 111. 

468 Residence for Mr. Allen Miller, Chicago. 

VKNNELL, JESSE R.— 2116 Wilson Ave. 

469 Pencil Rendering of Great Hall. 

VENNING, FRANK L — Glen Ellyn, III. 

470 Luxembourg Gardens, Paris. 

471 Pont Vccchio, Florence. 

472 An ICntrance, Ara Coeli, Rome. 

473 Silversmith's y\rch, Rome. 

474 Villa Borghese, Rome. 

475 Court of the Oranges, Seville. 

VIEHE-NAESS, IWAK — 64 K. Van Biireii St. 

476 Residence for Mr. P. E. Helium. 

477 The Zion Building (Photos). 

478 The Buena Memorial Parish House. 

470 Store, Office and Apartment Building for Chicago Tea Co. 

480 Design for a Bank Building. 

VITZTHUM, K. M.— 3-f3 Monadnock Building. 

481 Old National Bank Building, Battle Creek, ]\Iich. 

4S2 Rendered Perspective View "Proposed Club Building" Chicago. 

483 Rendered Perspective View "Proposed .\rtcraft Building" for JMr. R. J. (Junning, 

Chicago. 

484 Rendered Perspective View, Proposed "Mystic (Masonic) Athletic Club, " Chicago. 

485 "Home Building and Loan Association" Building, .\urora, 111. 

WACHTICR, ROBERT h.-~ 4541 Lake Park Ave. 

486 Elevation of AIconc otT Boudoir. 

487 Elevation of Den off of Club Room. 

488 Elevation of Japanese Breakfast Room. 
48Q Pcrsj^ective of Library. 

WARNl'^R, (1. C, l'>xecutor Charles Gifford Dyer Estate — 42 Broadway, Xeii.' York. 
4(;o The Odeon of Ilerodes .\Uicus. 

WEARY, ALLEN ^\.— 6iS Steinway Bnildini^. 
4QI Factory Building. 

WHITE, GRACIO TVN1-:R — J Tree Studio Building. 

402 A Scheme of Decoration for the Residence of R. ]\L Soutliworth, LaFayettc, Ind. 

WIENER, JEROME h.— 4107 Grand Blvd. 

403 Intercollegiate Competition for a Federal Reserve Bank Building. Plan. 

404 Intercollegiate Comjietition for a Federal Reserve Bank Building. Elevation. 



WILLIAMS, EDGAR I.— jo Trinity Place, Boston, Mass. 

495 Pencil Notes and Sketches (Sheet i). 

496 Pencil Notes and Sketches (Sheet 2). 

497 Palazzo Pompei, Verona, Italy. 

498 Tomb in S. M. Sopra Minerva, Rome, Italy. 

499 Plan of Villa Albani, Roma. 

500 Section. House of Vestals, Rome. 

501 Water Color. Temple of Juno, Girgenti, Sicily. 

502 Water Color. East Eront of Parthenon, Athens. 

503 Water Color. Vicola San Pietro, Siena. 

504 Water Color. Puentc di Piedra, Zaragossa, Spain. 

WYETH, W. 11.— 1124 Monroe Building. 

505 Women's Dining Room, Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Hospital (Water Color). 




Belfry Tozver, Bruges^ Belgium 
Edmund S. Campbell, Chicago 



R. R. DONNELLEY A SONS COMPANY, 

PRINTERS BINDERS ENGRAVERS, 

CHICAGO. 




Exterior of Proposed Grace Churchy Chicago 
Bertram (}. Goodfiue, Architect^ New York 



THE TWENTY- NINTH ANNUAL 

CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITION 

GIVEN JOINTLY BY 

THE CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 



THE ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 



THE ILLINOIS CHAPTER . 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHI;FECTS 

WITH THE CO-OPERATION OF 

THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO 




IN THE GALLERIES 
OF THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO 
APRIL 6 TO APRIL 23. 1916 ' 



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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

1x\ PRESENTING THIS ANNUAL CATALOG, THE 
CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB, THE ILLLNOIS 
SOCIETY OE ARCHITECTS, AND THE ILLLNOIS 
CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHL 
TECTS WISH TO EXPRESS THEIR GRATITUDE: 

1:0 tf)c ^rt Snsititute of Cfjicago, for its generous 

SUPPORT, AND FOR ITS COURTEOUS HOSPITALITY IN 
extending to the joint SOCIETn<:S the use of ITS 
GALLERIES; 

^0 tf)c patrons;, for thi:ir liberal and hearty 

SUPPORT, ENABLING THE PUBLICATION OF THIS VOL- 
UME, and AIDING TOWARDS THE REALIZATION OF THIS 
EXHIBITION; 

^To tf)c €xf)it)itors;, \\ho, by generous contribu- 
tions OF THEIR WORKS, MAKE POSSIBLE THESE AN- 
NUAL exhibitions, THEREBY ENCOURAGLNG AND 
PROMOTING A POPULAR APPRECIATION OF ARCHI- 
TECTURE AND THE ALLIED FINE ARTS. 



THE TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITION 

JOINT EXHIBITION COMMITTEE 

Harry H. Bentley, Chairman Robt. J. Love, Secretary 

Fritz Wagner, Jr., Treasurer 



REPRESENTING 
CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

Harry H. Bentley, Chairman 
Fritz Wagner, Jr. 
Robt. J. Love 
A. Guy Mayger 
John C. Leavell 



REPRESENTING 
ILLINOIS CHAPTER, A. I. A. 

Edwin. F. Gillette, Chairman 
Ralph C. Llewellyn 
Spencer S. Beman 
Sam a. Marx 
Leon J. Corbey 



REPRESENTING 
ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 

N. Max Dunning, Chairman 
Hubert Burnham 
IvAR Viehe-Naess 
Charles Herrick Hammond 
Daniel H. Burnham 



SUB-COMMITTEE ON 
FINANCE 

Spencer S. Beman, Chairman 
Fritz Wagner, Jr. 
Daniel H. Burnham 
Edwin F. Gillette 

SUB-COMMITTEE ON 
SPECIAL FEATURES 

N. Max Dunning, Chairman 
Charles Herrick Hammond 
A. Guy Mayger 



SUB-COMMITTEE ON 
PUBLICITY 

Hubert Burnham, Chairman 
Sam a. Marx 
Leon J. Corbey 



SUB-COMMITTEE ON 
CATALOG 

Ralph C. Llewellyn, Chairman 
John C. Leavell 
Ivar Viehe-Naess 



SUBCOMMITTEE ON DECORATIONS AND HANGING 



Charles H. Hammond, Chairman 
Sam a. Marx 
A. Guy Mayger 



JURY OF ADMISSION 



Howard Shaw, Chairman 
Irving K. Pond Frederic Clay Bartlett 

Martin Roche Oliver Dennett Grover 

Frederick W. Perkins Charles J. Mulligan 

Elmer C. Jensen John Holabird 

Allen Philbrick Charles H. Prindeville 



PATRONS OF THE EXHIBITION 

Adams & Elting Co 722 W. Washington St. 

Alfred S. Alschuler jgoo Steger Bldg. 

American Blue Print Paper Co jj5 Plymouth Court 

American Radiator Co 820 S. Michigan Ave. 

S. S. Beman : JJ2 S. Michigan Ave. 

Brown & Walcott ig S. La Salle St. 

Building Material Exhibit 2nd Floor Insurance Exchange 

BuLLEY & Andrews 23 N. Dearborn St. 

Samuel Cabot, Inc 24 W. Kinzie St. 

Chicago Face Brick Association: 

Bonner & Marshall Brick Co goi Chamber of Commerce 

Hydraulic-Press Brick Co jo/ Chamber of Commerce 

Kimbell-Hill Brick Co jjg Chamber of Commerce 

S. S. Kimbell Brick Co J04 Chamber of Commerce 

Meacham & Wright Brick Co 820 Chamber of Commerce 

Thomas Moulding Brick Co 720/ Chamber of Commerce 

Wisconsin Lime & Cement Co 6oy Chamber of Commerce 

Chicago Portland Cement Co jo N. La Salle St. 

Adelbert E. Coleman jj^ ly ^yu^ ^i 

Commonwealth Edison Co 72 W. Adams St 

Coolidge & Hodgdon 134 S. La Salle St. 

P. & F. CoRBiN 60 W. Lake St. 

Crofoot, Nielsen & Co iSoW. Washington St. 

F. E. Davidson ,^ ^^w. Jackson Blvd. 

James B. Dibelka ^30 ,V, pijuj Ave. 

The F. W. Dodge Co ^^w. Jackson Blvd. 

N. Max Dunning ^^ s. Dearborn St. 

Joseph Dux 21 12 W. Van Buren St. 

Federal Cement Tile Co 105 W. Monroe St. 

Charles S. Frost 105 S. La Salle St. 

George A. Fuller Company 7027 Marquette Bldg. 

Edwin F. Gillette 8 S. Dearborn St. 

Graham, Burnham & Co 80 E. Jackson Blvd. 

Louis Guenzel ^j, 5". Michigan Ave. 

Hall & Ostergren 11 S. La Salle St. 

Hansell-Elcock Co Archer & Normal Avenues 

Hawes & Dodd ^gE. AdamsSt. 



HoLABiRD & Roche 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Henry K. Holsman 33^ S. Michigan Ave. 

The Huey Co ...... ' 59 E. Adams St. 

Robert W. Hunt & Co i75 ^- Jackson Blvd. 

Charles L. Hutchinson Corn Exchange National Bank 

Interior Tiling Co 21 E. Van Buren St. 

Johnson Service Co lyy N. Dearborn St. 

Wm. H. Jackson Co. Q02 S. Michigan Ave. 

Kroeschell Bros. Co 440 W. Erie St. 

Bryan Lathrop 37 W- Van Buren St. 

Lebenbaum, Marx & Vigeant 173 W. Jackson Blvd, 

Lennox-Haldeman Co 53 W- Jackson Blvd. 

Lowe & Bollenbacher 14 E. Jackson Blvd. 

Ludowici-Celadon Co 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

B. H. Marshall j5 5. Dearborn St. 

Joseph W. McCarthy i39 ^- Clark St. 

Midland Terra Cotta Co 15 15 Lumberman's Exchange 

Mississippi Wire Glass Co 7 W. Madison St. 

Monarch Metal Weather Strip Co 18 j N. Wabash Ave. 

Wm. Morrice Co 17 N. La Salle St. 

Mundie & Jensen jq S. La Salle St. 

National Lead Co 900 W . i8th St. 

George C. Nimmons 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

The Northwestern Terra Cotta Co 2525 Clybourn Ave. 

John A. Nyden 64 W. Randolph St. 

Otis Elevator Co 600 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Otis & Clark ^ iV. Michigan Ave. 

Victor S. Pearlman Co 75 E- Adams St. 

Perkins, Fellows & Hamilton 6 N. Clark St. 

Irving K. Pond 64 E. Van Buren St. 

The Frederick Post Co 202 S. Clark St. 

Pratt & Lambert, Inc 320 W. 26th St, 

L. H. Prentice Co 330 S. Sherman St. 

Charles H. Prindeville 64 E. Van Buren St. 

The Robbins Mfg. Co 53^- Jackson Blvd. 

Jacob Rodatz 2og S. La Salle St. 

Martin A. Ryerson 134 S. La Salle St. 

Andrew Sandegren m W. Washington St. 

Richard E. Schmidt, Garden & Martin 104 S. Michigan Ave. 



Shattuck & HussEY ig S. La Salle St. 

Howard Shaw 39 S. State St. 

J. W. Snyder Co 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Standard Varnish Works 2606 Federal St. 

James Stewart & Co., Inc no S. Dearborn St. 

Tallmadge & Watson ■: i8g W. Madison St. 

Union Foundry Works 38 S. Dearborn St. 

United States Blue Print Paper Co jig S. La Salle St. 

Vierling Steel Works * 2jd St. 0° Stewart Ave. 

The T. Wilce Co 22og S. Throop St. 

Horatio R. Wilson & Co . 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

WiNSLOW Bros. Co 4600 W . Harrison St. 

Ernest Woodyatt 755 N . Clark St. 

York Safe & Lock Co 35 ^ • Market St. 

Zander-Reum Co 705 W . Monroe St. 

W. Careys Zimmerman 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Barrett Manufacturing Co 10 S. La Salle St. 





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Sketch for Decorations in Lake Viezv High School 
Elizabeth Gibson, School of the Art Institute of Chicago 



FOREWORD 

FOR the twenty-ninth time the Annual Chicago Architectural Exhibition 
is opened to the public. These exhibitions, begun and continued for 
so many years by the Chicago Architectural Club, where architects, 
sculptors, and decorative painters can show and compare their work, and 
where the general public can see examples not only of the work of local 
architects and artists, but of the best from the East and the West, are thus 
carried on. 

: The departure in the management of the exhibition made last year has 
been continued. The Chicago Architectural Club, The IlHnois Society of 
Architects, and the lUinois Chapter of the American Institute of Architects 
now share equally the responsibility for the exhibition, and the actual manage- 
ment is vested in a joint committee consisting of five representatives from 
each society. The joint committee chooses its own officers, and has entire 
charge of the soliciting of funds to defray expenses, the advertising of the 
of the exhibition, the collecting and placing of the exhibits, the printing of an 
illustrated catalog, etc. 

The Art Institute of Chicago cooperates most heartily with the three 
societies named toward the success of the exhibition, by furnishing its galleries 
and the use of its organization for receiving and hanging exhibits without 
charge; and also by making a most generous contribution toward the general 
expense incurred by the joint committee. 

It is therefore with a great deal of confidence in the continued success of 
these exhibitions, and with the belief that they are becoming more and more 
firmly established as permanent annual affairs in which a growing section of 
the public is concerned, that the opening of this year's exhibition is announced, 

and this catalog offered to those interested. 

Ralph C. Llewellyn. 



COMPETITION FOR COVER OF THE 

CATALOG 

This year, three prizes of $25, $15 and $10, respectively, were offered by the 
joint exhibition committee for the best designs submitted in competition for the 
cover of the catalog. 

Thirty-eight designs were received and a jury consisting of Messrs. Martin 
Roche, C. H. Hammond and Pierce Anderson made the following awards: 

First Prize — Chas L. Morgan 

Second Prize — Robert L. Wachter 

Third Prize — Ruth Wilson 

Mentions — Kathryn Holmes, Hazel Traxler 

The design given First Prize was used for the cover of this catalog. 




Design for the Garden City Co. of California^ Los Angeles., Calif. 
PiERPONT & Walter S. Davis, Architects, Los Angeles, Calif. 



TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP OF THE CHICAGO 

ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

Founded IQOO 

A prize of $600.00 and a second prize of a gold medal are awarded annually. 
The funds are used to assist the winner in defraying the expense of a tour of observa- 
tion and architectural study in Europe. 

WINNERS OF SCHOLARSHIP 

N. Max Dunning — '^ Residence for an American Ambassador^' — 1901. 

John H. Phillips — "/!« Automobile Tavern'' — 1902. 

Birch Burdette Long — "yl Monumental Crossing for the I. C. R. R." — 1903. 

Thomas E. Tallmadge — "A Creche in a Manufacturing District" — 1904. 

Charles H. Hammond — "A City Residence" — 1905. 

Herbert H. Green — "A Recreation Rier for a Public Park" — 1906. , 

Will Reichert — ".4 Building for a Branch Municipal Court" — 1907. 

George Awsumb — ".1 Public Gymnasium and Baths" — • 1908. 

Hugh Dunning — 'M« Athenceum for Teachers" — 1909. 

Clarence J. Brown — "yl Building for Sanitation and Navigation" — 1910. 

John Calvin Leavell — ".4 Monumental Stairway" — 1911. 

Arthur C. Hanifin — "/I Theatre in a Large City Park" — 191 2. 

Rudolph G. Wolfe — 'M Municipal Tribune" — 1913- 

W. J. Schaeffer — ''An Aquarium" — 1914- 

Fred M. Hodgdon — ".1 Summer and Winter Garden" — 1915- 

WINNERS OF GOLD MEDAL 

E. R. James 1910 

Christian U. Bagge 191 1 

E. Dean Parmalee 191 2 

W. J. Schaeffer 1913 

R. E. Heer 1914 

Robert R. Cenek 1915 

SPECIAL COMPETITIONS 

Frank C. Walker — "/I Monumental Fireplace" — 1909. 

William B. Betts — ".4 Monument to a Great American General" — 1911. 

Wm. G. Wuehrmann — ".4 $4,000 Brick House" — 1913. , 

COMPETITION FOR THE SIXTEENTH ANNUAL 
TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP 

1916 

The sixteenth annual traveling scholarship will be held in May of this year. 
Announcement of the subject of the competition and of the successful competitors 
will be made in due course. 



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MEDAL OF HONOR 

AWARDED BY 

THE ILLINOIS CHAPTER OF THE 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

The Illinois Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has re-established 
a gold medal of honor for award to designers of buildings represented in the Annual 
Exhibition of the Chicago Architectural Club, the conditions accompanying the 
proposed award being as follows: 

That any architectural work in the State of Illinois, if completed within five 
years previous to the date of exhibition, may be offered for consideration. 

That the architect or architects who 'design the work, in order to be eligible 
to the award, must present for exhibition one or more photographs of the executed 
work, also one or more drawings, including a small scale plan, and shall submit 
to the jury such working drawings of the structure as they may desire to examine. 
Any work represented in the exhibit may be eligible for consideration by the jury, 
provided that at least a plan, and also a photograph of the executed work, shall be 
brought before the jury on their request. Only architects or firms of architects 
maintaining offices in the State of Illinois will be eligible to the award. 

That an architect or firm of architects to whom this medal may be awarded 
once shall be ineligible for a future award. 

That the medal shall be accompanied by a certificate setting forth the name of 
the completed structure which formed the basis of the award together with the 
considerations which in the opinion of the jury characterized the structure as worthy 
of the award. 

That the jury shall consist of seven architects, one the President of the Chicago 
Architectural Club, one the President of the Illinois Chapter, and live architects 
appointed by the Illinois Chapter. 

That one medal only shall be awarded each year; and four members of the 
jury voting for the author or authors of the same work shall be necessary to an 
award; and that no award shall be made if in the opinion of the jury no work pre- 
sented is sufficiently meritorious. 



WINNERS OF THE MEDAL 

POND & POND— 1909 
Building — Women's Baptist Missionary Home Training School, Chicago 

MARSHALL & FOX— 1910 
Building — The Blackstone Hotel, Chicago 

PERKINS, FELLOWS & HAMILTON — 1913 
Building — Lion House, Lincoln Park, Chicago 

RICHARD E. SCHMIDT, GARDEN & MARTIN— 19 15 
Building — Lochby Court Apartments, Chicago 



THE AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME 

1 01 Park Ave., New York City 
OFFICERS, 1916 

WM. RUTHERFORD MEAD THEODORE N. ELY 

President Vice-President 

C. GRANT LA FAROE WILLIAM A. BORING 

Secretary Treasurer 

JESSE BENEDICT CARTER 

Director of the Academy 

GORHAM P. STEVENS 

Director of the School of Fine Arts 

HENRY A. SANDERS 

Acting Director of the School of Classical Studies 

1. The American Academy in Rome is an institution established by law, 
and incorporated by the Government of the United States. 

2. The seat of the Academy is at Rome, the art center of the world. 

3. The academic course is post-graduate. 

4. The cloistration of the student for a number of years is required. 

5. The direct and intimate influences of the world's masterpieces which sur- 
round the student in Rome will prove of incalculable advantage in the creation of 
the future art of America. The far-reaching benefits that have resulted to France, 
Germany, Spain, and other nations through the establishment of Schools of Art 
in Rome justify the conviction that like or greater benefits will be secured to the 
United States through the foundation of a similar national institution. 

ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT 

A number of artists, who had been engaged together upon the work of the 
World's Fair at Chicago, estabhshed in 1894 "The American School of Architec- 
ture in Rome." Their object was to enable American students of architecture who 
had passed with honor through leading technical schools, or who had been equally 
qualified by private instruction, to develop their powers more fully, under the most 
favorable conditions of direction and environment. The students of the school 
were selected by competition and the school was wholly supported by the artists 
referred to and their personal friends. 

The rapid improvement in the work of the students and their enthusiasm 
convinced those who were interested that the scope of the school should be made 
broader, and should include the allied arts of sculpture and painting. To this 
end representative sculptors, painters, and architects, together with other persons 
interested in the subject, decided in 1897 to found, on the lines of the French Acad- 
emy in Rome, a school which should be open to American students of sculpture, 
painting, and music, as well as architecture. 



In pursuance of this design The American Academy in Rome was incor- 
porated under the laws of the State of New York, in June, 1897. A constitution 
was then adopted, and suitable rules made for the government of the institution. 
All these steps were taken under advice of competent legal counsel. In 1901 
Hon. John Hay, the Secretary of State of the United States, authorized the Am- 
bassador at Rome to accept the position of trustee ex-officio of the Academy, and 
directed him to secure for it "all the privileges and exemptions that are accorded 
by the Italian government to like institutions of other countries." 

The Academy has recently effected a consolidation with the American School 
of Classical Studies, and the combined institutions, under the title of The American 
Academy in Rome, are now housed in new quarters upon a superb site on the 
Janiculum, overlooking all of Rome. 

This great enlargement of the scope of the Academy's work is destined to be 
of lirst advantage to its Fellows, through the intimate association of those engaged 
in the study of the Fine Arts with the students of classical history. 

Commencing in 191 5 a Fellowship in Landscape Architecture will be awarded 
every third year. 

OBJECTS OF THE ACADEMY 

To afford exceptional advantages to a few chosen scholars is not the chief end 
of the Academy, but is rather the means to that end, which is to help to raise the 
standard of art education in the United States. In the same way that the great 
national competition in France for the Grand Prix de Rome has made the Ecole des 
Beaux Arts in Paris the first art school of the world; so, it is believed, will the 
national competitions instituted by the American Academy increase the efficiency 
of the universities and art schools of America. 

One of the great advantages offered by the Academy in Rome is that, for the 
first time, American students in architecture, painting, and sculpture are brought 
together under the same roof, in constant intercourse with each other, enjoying 
that union and intelligent co-operation of the arts which in the end ])roduce the 
highest results. Here they are enabled to work together, surrounded by monu- 
ments of architecture, and sculpture, unrivaled paintings, and galleries filled with 
masterpieces of every epoch. No other city in the world presents so wide a field 
of study or one so filled with the best precedents. 



CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

Art Institute 



OFFICERS 

1915-1916 

RALPH C. LLEWELLYN, President 

HARRY H. BEXTLEY, Vice-President 

GH-EORD BRABANT, Secretary ERITZ WAGNER, Jr., Treasurer 



DIRECTORS 



To 1916 

JOHN C. LEAVELL 
ROBERT J. LOVE 
LOIjIS C. VOGEL 



To 1917 

HERBERT E. DOWNTON 
GEORGE AWSUMB 
J. BERNARD xMULLEX 



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CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

STANDING COMMITTEES 

1915-1916 

EXHIBITION 
HARRY H. BENTLEY, Chairwan 
FRITZlWAGx>JER, Jr. ROBERT J. LOVE 

SCHOLARSHIP 

GEORGE AWSUMB,C7/,//>w,?;; 
JOHN C.LEAVELL J. HERXARI) MULLEN 

MEMBERSHIP 

LOUIS C. VOG EL, C7/<; />;»</;/ 
HERBERT E. DOWXTON GEORGl': AWSUMB 

HOUSE 

J. BERNARD MULLEN, Chairman 
JOHN G. LEA\ELL ROBI'RT J. LOVE 

EDUCATIONAL 

HI:RBERT E. DOWNTON, Chairman 

GEORGE AWSUMB HARRY H. BENTLEY 

PUBLIC ACTION 

ROBERT J. LOVE, Chairman 

LOUIS C. VOGEL JOH.V G. LEAVI-LL 



CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Alschuler, Alfred S 1900 Stcger Bldg. 

Anderson, Edwin, F 9/0 Belden Ave. 

Andrews, Alfred B 25 N. Dearborn St. 

AwsuMB, George .♦'. ' i6og Lytton Bldg. 

Baldwin, John E 8019 Indiana Ave. 

Barnum, George L 4846 Hutchinson St. 

Barry, Gerald, Jr . . . . , 926 N. Hamlin Ave. 

Behr, E. Theodore i54 E.. Erie St. 

Bentley, Harry H 1124 Monroe Bldg. 

Blake, Charles G 720. 104 S. La Salle St. 

Brabant, Gifford 1512 Michigan Blvd. Bldg. 

Buckley, Ralph J 39^9 Elston Ave. 

Burghoffer, Leon 1912 S. Western Ave. 

HuRNHAM, Hubert 1417 Railway Exchange Bldg. 

Carlson, Clifford 2442 N. Lawndale Ave. 

O.NKK, Robert R 2849 W. zzd St. 

Church, Myron H 1233 Marquette Bldg. 

Conroy, John J 4508 Indiana Ave. 

Coolidge, Charles A 1614 Corn E.xchange Bank Bldg. 

CoRBEY, Leon J 225 Villa St.; Elgin, III. 

Cramer, Ambrose C ....■■:': 430 Orchestra Hall 

Dalsey, Harry I 167 W. Washington St. 

Dean, George R 167 W. Washington St. 

Uownton, Herbert 4^45 Maiden Ave. 

Dunning, N. Max 616, 35 S. Dearborn St. 

English, John W 1725 Wilson Ave. 

Ernst, Henry P 934 McCormick Bldg. 

Esser, Paul F 1167 Eddy St. 

Fischer, Fred A 1246 Pratt Ave. 

FisHMAN, Maurice 1427 P^^''k St. 

Fellows, William K 4539 Lake Ave. 

Fox, Elmer J 9209 University Ave. 

Franklin, Robert L 4020 N. Ashland Ave. 

Graham, Ernest R 1417 Railway E.xchange Bldg. 

Gillette, Edwin F 8 S. Dearborn St. 

Greenfield, George H 3031 Michigan Ave. 

Hanifin, Arthur C 620 Woodland Park 

Heun, Arthur 810 Steiuway Hall 

HoDGDON, Fred M 4453 Indiana Ave. 

Hoeppner, E. a 507, ist Nat'l. Bank Bldg., San Francisco, Cal. 

Jenkins, Albert M /.?// Morse Ave. 

J KNSEN, Elmer C 1401 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

Johnson, Jens A 2623 N. Central Park Ave. 

Johnstone, Percy T Jo A. Michigan Ave. 

Lampe, Clarence W 4138 N. Syracuse Ave. 

Larson, Roy 3102 E. 83rd St. 

Lawrence, Albin J 441 N. LeClairc Ave. 

Leavell; John C 6047 Kimbark Ave. 

LiLLESKAU, John 2447 Ballon St. 

LiNDBLAD, Alfred 4^00 W. 20th St. 

Llewellyn, Ralph C^ 1526 First Nat'l. Bank Bldg. 

Love, Robert J 1506 Lakeview Bldg. 

Manasse, DeWitt J 1534 A. Maplewood Ave. 

Matthes, Carl E 1112 Steinway Hall 

Mayer, Carl H 534° Winthrop Ave. 

Mayger, E. Guy 5^47 Cornell Ave. 



Maynard, Henry S., Jr 2j2j Clybourne Ave. 

Meadowcroft, Miner T 2517 Eastwood Ave. 

Messer, John W 31 31 W. Walton St. 

MiNCHiN, Sidney H 30^2 Logan Blvd. 

Morgan, Charles L 1400 Lakeview Bldg. 

MoRK, Raymond 4825 N. Central Park Ave. 

MoRPHETT, Archie S 127 E. 57th St. 

Morrison, James R. M 824 Fine Arts Bldg. 

McGrew, Charles B 61 31 Lexington Ave. 

Mueller, Floyd C 827 Eastwood Ave. 

Nettenstrom, Elmer T , . 5642 Wayne Ave. 

NiMMONS, George C 2007 Peoples Gas Bldg. 

Nitsche, Edward A 1326 First Natl. Bank Bldg. 

Oldefest, Edward G 47 E. Oak St. 

Ottenheimer, Henry L 713 Ft. Dearborn Bldg. 

Prather, Fred \ 121 1 Columbus Ave. 

Preis, C. G 1300 Monroe Bldg. 

Presto, William C 323Q Leland Ave. 

Rabig, Charles E. K igo7 S. Michigan Ave. 

Rapp, George L ioo3-6g W . Washington St. 

Reichert, William G 713 Fort Dearborn Bldg. 

Rouleau, Harvey 4006 Van Buren St. 

RuGE, P. H 3Q34 N. Kostncr Ave. 

RusY, Anthony F 133Q S. Avers Ave. 

Sandergren, Andrew 30 N. La Salle St. 

ScHAEFER, Wellington J Hinsdale, III. 

Sci^^RoeDER, Fred E 34Q N. Parkside Ave. 

Schwartz, Albert A 6 N . Clark St. 

Siljander, Albert H 3838 Huron St. 

Stanton, Fred C 141 2 Hartford Bldg. 

Steigeley, Arthur C 37 W . 73d St. 

Tallmadge, Thomas E 1004, i8q W. Madison St. 

Voelker, William H 1614 E. 33rd St. 

VoLENS, Nathan L 1433 Hayyilin Ave. 

V'rooman, George 131 3 Montrose Blvd. 

Wagner, Fritz, Jr 2323 Clybourn Ave. 

Walker, Frank C 1800 Railway E.xchange Bldg. 

Wentworth, John 1240 Lake Shore Drive 

Wiener, Jerome L 4107 Grand Blvd. 

Wilson, Horatio R 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Wolff, Rudolph G 211Q N. Clark St. 

Wuehrmanx, William G 6Q34 Yale Ave. 

Zimmerman, A. G 12 S. Michigan Ave, Chicago .ithletic Ass'n 



ALLIED MEMBERS 

Brand, Gustave A 1428 Michigan Ave. 

Dunning, W. N 1843 Peoples Gas Bldg. 

Paffrath, Kaspar 223 Wisconsin St. 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 

Beil, Cari ig E. Pearson Si. 

Bonner, Charles 1203 Chamber of Commerce Bldi^. 

Campbell, Harry S 320 W. 26th St. 

Combs, Rogers M 1203 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 



Crofoot, Fred i8o W. Washington St. 

Crowe, John G 2008 Peoples Gas Bldg. 

Gage, Thomas G iii W. Monroe St. 

Haigh, Arthur 1004 Marquette Bids,. 

Hale, Alfred R 24 W. Kinzie St. 

HuEY, William B 406 S. Dearborn St. 

Johnson, Earnest V 1109 Commercial Natl. Bank Bldg. 

Kehm, August 13 W. Kinzie St. 

Kimbell, Arthur ij^ W. Washington St. 

Lanquist, Andrew iioo N. Clark St. 

Marling, Franklin, Jr 2860 Broadway 

Matz, Herman L J04 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 

Moulding, Joseph W 1202 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 

Mullen, J. Bernard 1Q14 Wabash Ave. 

Nelson, E. S 2364 N. Clark St. 

Perron, Nelson J 2100 Elston Ave. 

Pierce, J.N jjj W. Madison St. 

POTTHOFF, N. A jjo N. Dearborn St. 

Prosser, H. B 29 S. La Salle St. 

Rodatz, Jacob 868 The Rookery Bldg. 

RoLLE, Walter C - 4975 Bernard St. 

Roney, Henry B 816 S. Michigan Ave. 

Russell, William A 446 Railway Exchange Bldg. 

ScHARDT, Otto 217 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 

Schmidt, Richard O 1600 S. Jefferson St. 

Snell, H. W i33j Byron St. 

Snyder, J. W ..^ Peoples Gas Bldg. 

Steward, Claude A ^20 W. -s/ith St. 

\'an Dort, G. Broes 20 W. Jac^on Blvd. 

VoGEL, Louis C 5322 Aberdeen St. 

WoLFARTH, William 25^7 Archer Ave. 

Woods, John R 141^ Railway Exchange Bldg. 



NON-RESIDENT MEMBERS 

BiCKNELL, Alfred H 44 W . i8th St., New York, N. Y. 

Blouke, Pierre Massachusetts Inst. Tech., Boston, Mass. 

Chase, Robert Janesville, Wis. 

Davis, Frank L 77/j Flatiron Bldg., New York, N. Y. 

Ellis, CM General Delivery, Springfield, III. 

Hinchliff, George E Joy Hotel, Battle Creek, Mich. 

Schuchardt, William H 268 Knapp St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

SoHN, Frank Lyons, Iowa 

Stege, John D jo8 Hammond Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Allen, John K Falmouth and St. Paul Sts., Boston, Mass. 

Blake, Theodore L 22 j Fifth Ave, New York, N. Y. 

Clark, Robert 2j0j Kenmorc Ave., Chicago, III. 

Clow, William E Harrison and Franklin Sts., Chicago, III. 

Elcock, Edward G 4806 Grand Blvd., Chicago, III. 

Gates, William D 2008 Peoples Gas Bldg., Chicago, III. 

CiAY, Henry Lord McNese Bldg., San Diego, Cal. 

Gindele, Charles W 3745 Prairie Ave., Chicago, III. 

LowRiE, Harry Caxton Bldg., Omhaa, Neb. 



McLean, Robert C Western Architect, Minneapolis, Minn. 

MuNDiE, William B i^oi N. Y. Life Bldg., Chicago, III. 

Taft, Lorado 6016 Ellis Ave., Chicago, III. 

Pond, Irving K nog Steinway Hall, Chicago, III. 

PucKEY, Francis W 6 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, III. 

Sullivan, Louis H 1600 Auditorium Tower, Chicago, III. 

Wagner, Fritz, Sr 7^75 Railway Exchange Bldg. 



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F. B. Hoi fman Jr., Architect, New York 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 



OFFICERS 

FRANK E. DAVIDSON, President 
STAFFORD FOX THOMAS, First Vice-President 
ROBERT SETH LINDSTROM, Second Vice-President 
SAMUEL N. CROWEN, Treasurer 
JOHN REED V\]G\RD, Secretary 
H. L. V.\h^lVA<, Financial Secretary 

DIRECTORS 

GEORGE BEAU.MONT GEORGE W. MAHER 

N. MAX DUNNING MEYER J. STURM 

EMERY STANFORD HALL HARRY B. WHEELOCK 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 



BOARD OF ARBITRATION 

Elmer C. Jensen Irving K. Pond 

Joseph C. Llewellyn Richard E. Schmidt 

George C. Nimmons Argyle E. Robinson 
DwiGHT H. Perkins 



COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC ACTION 

William G. Carnegie, Chairman John Reed Fugard 

James B. Dibelka Joseph C. Llewellyn 

D. H. Burnham Harris W. Huehl 



MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE 

Stafford Fox Thomas, C/w/Vmrt/i Joseph W. McCarthy 

Francis M. Barton John A. Nyden 

Zachary T. Davis Walter E. Perry 

Joseph T. Fortin John D. York 

Henry K. Holsman h. L. Palmer, Sccrctarv 



ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE 

George Beaumont, Chairman George Arnold Knapp 

Frank O. De Money H. L. Palmer, Secretary 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 

MEMBERS 

Ahlschlager, Walter W iii W. Washington Si. 

Aldrich, Harry G Mail Bldg.. Galcshurg, lU. 

Allison, Lyman J ^ogN. Dearborn St. 

Almquist, Carl M 35 S. Dearborn St. 

Alschuler, Alfred S ^^ F- Jackson Blvd. 

Armstrong, John A ^04 S. Michigan Ave. 

Aroner, J. S 139 N. Clark St 

AscHAUER, C. J Citizens Bank Bldg., Decatur, III. 

XsHBY G.' W ^7^ ^^- J^^<^kson Blvd. 

ASHBY^ Wilbert B ..... U^ ^V. Jackson Blvd. 

Bannister, Geo. S r^S S. Dearborn St. 

Barnes, Julian 33^ S. La Salle St. 

Barrett, Frederick L 700, 900 So. Michigan 

IUrton, Francis M z/.SM'F. Jackson Blvd. 

Beaudry, Ralph L 1410, 220 S. State St. 

Beaumont, George 23 N. Dearborn St. 

Behel, Vernon W 23 N. Dearborn St. 

Beman, S. S 333 S. Michigan Ave. 

Bennett, Arthur J. T Quo S. Winchester Ave. 

Bennett, Wm. Arthur 19 S. La Salle St. 

Benson, Edward 118 N. La Salle St. 

Berlin, R. C 19 S. La Salle St. 

BiCKNELL, A. H 1726, 38 S. Dearborn St. 

Bishop, Thomas R 35 S. Dearborn St. 

BjORK, David T -^326 ^'-OakSt 

Blondin, Edw. a 4 ^V. Garjield Blvd. 

BoRST Geo. H . .-rv '^P 'J^- Washington St. 

Bouchard, Louis C .' . .' 64 W. Randolph St 

Bowes, Frederick Wm 343^ Wrightwood 

Braband, F. J. E 901 Wrightwood Ave 

Bradley C3has. W Brown Bldg., Rockford, III. 

liRANiTZKY, Wm. Thomas 5439 Woodlawn Ave. 

Bristle, Joseph H 206 S La Salle St. 

Brockmeyer, Edwin C ^i-cadc Bldg., East St. Louis, III. 

Brush, C. E 934 Graceland Ave. 

Buckett, Arthur C ^i-V Farwe Ave 

Buckingham, Clarence W Morrison Bldg., Jacksonville, III. 

Buerger, Albert J., Jr 4026 W 12th St 

Burnham, D. H. . . 80 E. Jackson Blvd. 

BuRNHAM, Hubert So E. Jackson Blvd. 

Buser, Nathaniel E Mount Morris, III. 

(\\DY J. K ^79 ^^- Washington St. 

Carn'egie, Wm! Ci .'.'..'.'.'. .' -^/P ^-J^'', ^''^[' ^/,- 

C\\RPENTER, Frank A ^i-own Bldg., Rockford, III. 

Carr. Chas. Alban 2646 Milwaukee Ave. 

Carr, Geo. Wallace 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Cfrny Jerry J 145^ S. Harding Ave. 

Cervin, Olaf Z Safety Bldg., Rock Island, III 

Chaffee, Dudley C 204 S. Glenwood Ave., Peoria, III. 

Charvat, Anton ^^oi S. Ashland Ave. 

C-hase, Frank D :,;'f' ii,^''j!'^'''' '^rn 

(^hattan, Harvey ^Vells Bldg., Quincy, III. 

Chatten, Melville C 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Christensen, Chas. W ^27 N. Dearborn St. 

(^hristensen, John C 3233 Evergreen Ave. 

Chubb, John D ^09 N. Dearborn St. 

Church, M. H ^40 S. Dearborn St. 



Church, Walter S 140 S. Dearborn St. 

Clark, C. R 705 Chalmers St., Champaign, III. 

Clark, Edwin 6 N. Michigan Ave. 

Clark, Robert C y2i6 Harvard Ave. 

Clay, W. W 226 S. La Salle St. 

Cloyes, Frederick O i8g W. Madison St. 

Cobb, Wm. H 2i§6 Sunnyside Ave. 

Coffin, A. S 64 W. Randolph St. 

Colcord, Albert E /// N. Dearborn St. 

Cole, Arthur W 755 N. Clark St. 

Conway, Wm. H 104 East Side Square, Springfield, III. 

Crosby, Wm. Spencer 779 W. Washington St. 

Crowen, S.N JO N. La Salle St. 

Dalsey, Harry I 16/ iV. Washington St. 

Davidson, F. E 53 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Davis, Z. T 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Day, Warren W j2/ Main St., Peoria, III. 

De Arment, Frank H Trust Bldg., Rockford, III. 

De Money, Frank O rg S. La Salle St. 

Dennis, Chas. A 4020 W. Addison Ave. 

DiBELKA, James B tjo N. jth Ave. 

Dippold, Albert P ijjo E. 47th St. 

DoERR, J. F 28 E. Jackson Blvd. 

Doerr, Wm. P 28 E. Jackson Blvd. 

Dougherty, Floyd E 35 N. Dearborn St. 

DowLiNG, E. F 6 N . Michigan Ave. 

Dreyer, Detlef J 35 S. Dearborn St. 

Drummond, Wm ig S. La Salle St. 

DuESiNG, Theodore 2700 West 22nd St. 

Duncan, John 58 W. Washington St. 

Dunford, Samuel H 10 S. La Salle St. 

Dunning, N. Max 35 S. Dearborn St. 

DwEN, Robert G ?7,^r) Ellis Ave. 

Eckland, Henry McKinnie Bldg., Moline, III. 

EcKSTTiOM, Christian A 5 N . La Salle St. 

Eichberg, S. M 64 W. Randolph St. 

Ermeling, Ralph W 56/ N. Lockwood Ave. 

Fiddelke, H. G Parkside Bldg., Oak Park, III. 

Fischer, F. W 0^54 Commercial Ave. 

Fischer, John B 140 S. Dearborn St. 

Fletcher, Robert C i/g W. Washington St. 

Flixn, Raymond W 8 S. Dearborn St. 

Flizikowski, John S 138 N. La Salle St. 

FoEHRiNGER, FREDERICK [86 N. La Salle St. 

FoLTZ, Frederick C 777 W. Washington St. 

FoRTix, Joseph T 600 Blue Island Ave. 

Foster, Arthur jjo S. La Salle St. 

Foster, Wm. G Opera House Bldg., Slrcator, III. 

Fox, Chas E j8 S. Dearborn St. 

France, Roy F 755 N. Clark St. 

Friedman, Raphael N 6 N. Clark St. 

Frommann, Emil H 64 W. Randolph St. 

Frost, Charles S 705 S. La Salle St. 

Fry, Frank L 140 S. Dearborn St. 

Fugard, John Reed 777 II'. Monroe St. 

FuRST, Charles J 10 S. La Salle St. 

Gaddis, John W ]' incomes, Ind. 

(iATTERDAM, F. E ' 54 W . Randolph St. 

Gaul, Herman J i ii W. Washington St. 

Gerber, Arthur W ?'5j7 .V. Hoisted St. 

Gerhardt, Paul ^^ W. Randolph Si. 



GiBB Wm. R ^60 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Gillette, Edwin F 8 S. Dearborn St. 

Green, H. H 30 N . Michigan Ave. 

GuBBiNS, Wm. F 155 ^- Clark St. 

GuENZEL, Louis 332 S., Michigan Ave. 

Hall, E. Stanford 332 S. La Salle St. 

Hamilton, J. L 6N. Clark St. 

Hammond, Chas. H 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Hanifen, John Nertney Bldg., Ottawa, III. 

Hansen, Harold M 112 N. La Salle St. 

Hansen, Paul 830 Lawrence Ave. 

Harris, Ralph C 517, 3o N. La Salle St. 

Hatzfeld, Clarence 7 S. Dearborn St. 

Hawk, Albert T 813 La Salle St. Station 

Hecht, Albert S 154W. Randolph St. 

Heimbeck, Walter C 852 E. 63rd St. 

Heinz, L. H 128 N. La Salle St. 

Helfensteller, Ernest Chemical Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

Henry Chas. D Arcade Bldg., Kankakee, III. 

Henschien, H. Peter 37 W. Van Buren St. 

Herein, George W Marshalltown, la. 

Hetherington, J. T 69 W. Washington St. 

Hettinger, John P 3171 ^- Halsted St. 

Hewitt, Herbert 321 Main St., Peoria, III. 

HiMELBLAU, A. L 179 W. Washington St. 

HiNE, Cicero 3221 Broadway Ave. 

Hodgdon, Charles 134 S. La Salle St. 

Hodgkins, H. G 179 W. Washington St. 

Hoermann, Carl 30 N. Dearborn St. 

Holsman, Henry K 332 S. Michigan Ave. 

Hooper, William T 921 Leclaire Ave. 

Hoover, Ira W 105 S. La Salle St. 

Hubbard, Archie H 12 Swannell Bldg., Champaign, III. 

HuBER, Julius H 5539 Wayne Ave. 

Huehl, Harris W 154W. Randolph St. 

HuLLA, John 140 S. Dearborn St. 

FIunt, Jarvis 30 N. Michigan Ave. 

HussANDER, A. T Care Board of Education, 7 S. Dearborn St. 

HussEY, Harry H 19 S. La Salle St. 

Hyde, Robert M no S. Dearborn St. 

Hyland, Paul V 29 E. Madison St. 

Jensen, Elmer C 39 S. La Salle St. 

JiLLSON, E. H 9542 S. Seeley Ave. 

JoBSON, C. F 79 E. Adams St. 

Johnson, Robert W . . 1712 N. Francisco Ave. 

Johnson, Gilbert A Lundberg Bldg., Rockford, III. 

Johnston, W. K 6803 Vale Ave. 

Johnstone, Percy T 30 N. Michigan Ave. 

Jones, Wm. C 30 N. La Salle St. 

JYRCH, Karl E ^9^6 Fulton Ave. 

Kallal, Chas. W City Hall 

Kane, Michael B Bohm Bldg., Edwardsville, III. 

Kane, Robert L 30 N. Dearborn St. 

Kattelle, Walter R Riverside, III. 

Keeber, C. Hamilton 2329 S. Ridgeway Ave. 

King, John F Central Nat. Bank Bldg., Peoria, III. 

Kingsley, Geo! S 109 N. Dearborn St. 

Klewer, W. L 64 W. Randolph St. 

Knapp, George Arnold m II'- Monroe St. 

Knox, Arthur H 118 N. La Salle St. 

KociiER, Jacques J 806 W. 79tli St. 



KoHFEDT, Walter G 64 E. Van Buren St. 

KosTER, John L 115 S. Dearborn St. 

KuPFER, Otto A 186^ Millard Ave. 

Layer, Robert H 118 N. La Salle St. 

Lehle, Louis 64 W. Randolph St. 

Leyiton, Morton 155 N. Clark St. 

Levy, Alex. L 28 N. Clark St. 

Liedberg, Hugo J 7 54 W^.. Randolph St. 

Linderoth, S. L r ^844 S. Elizabeth St. 

LiNDQUiST, F lygW. Washington St. 

LiNDSTROM, Robert S , 608 S. Dearborn St. 

LiSKA, Emil 642, 2Q S. La Salle St. 

Llewellyn, J. C ^8 S. Dearborn St. 

LoNEK, Adolph 118 N. La Salic St. 

LovDALL, George F 8 S. Dearborn St. 

Lovell, Sidney ' 30 N. Michigan Ave. 

LuDGiN, Joseph H 167 W . Washington St. 

Lund, A. G 810 W. (5 3rd St. 

Mahaefey, D 118 N. La Salle St. 

:\IAHER, Geo. W 206 S. La Salle St. 

Mahler, Harry H yd W. Monroe St. 

Mallinger, John 2qjo Broadivav 

Malmer, Eugene 7j Fo.x St"., Aurora, III. 

Marienthal, Oscar B 7 IF. Madison St. 

Martin, Edgar D 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Martini, Elisabeth A 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Matteson, Victor Andre La Salle. III. 

Maupin, James M Commercial Bldg., Alton, III. 

Mauran, John Lawrence Chemical Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

Mayo, Ernest A 140 S. Dearborn St. 

McArthur, Albert C 64 W. Randolph Si. 

:McCall, Thomas 30 N. La Salle St. 

McCarthy, Jos. W i^g N. Clark St. 

McClellan, Edward George 806 IF. ygth St. 

McLane, C. D Robinson Bldg., Rock Island, III. 

McLaren, Robert James 4ig N. Lockwood Ave. 

McMuLLEN, H. J 127 N. Dearborn St. 

Meldahl, Jens J 343 S. Dearborn St. 

Meyer, Frederic H 812, 64 W. Randolph St. 

Miller, Chas. A 5 37 S. Dearborn St. 

Miller, John W 226 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Miller, Joseph A 155 N. Clark St. 

:\IiLLER, Lee 4JJ7 Calumet Ave. 

MoLiTOR, Joseph 167 W^ Washington Si. 

Morehouse, M.J 343 S. Dearborn St. 

Morgan, Chas. L 116 S. Michigan Ave. 

MoRRELL, John Ilawes Blk., Clinton, la. 

Mueller, Bernard A Ircade Bldg., East St. Louis, III. 

MuNDiE, \V. B jgS. La Salle St. 

Xeebe, John K 2101 W. Chicago Ave. 

Xewell, Frank \' 6 N. Michigan Ave. 

Xewhouse, Henry L 4630 Prairie Ave. 

Newman, E. M joN.La Salle St. 

Nielsen, Carl 1^4 W. Randolph St. 

NiMMONS, Geo. C 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Norman, Andrew 1^62 Devon Ave. 

Nyden, John A 64 W. Randolph St. 

Oliver, Ralph H 234 S. La Salle St. 

Olsen, Paul F 127 N. Dearborn St. 

Ostergren, Robert C 139 N. Clark St. 

Otis, William A 6 N. Michigan Ave. 



)ttenheimer, H. L 220 S. State St. 

^AGELS, Wm. F iQ S. La Salle St. 

^ASHLEY, Alfred F Palos Park, III. 

*AYNE, Edgar A Carthage, III. 

^entecost, D. S 12^ N. Dearborn St. 

^ERKiNS, DwiGHT H 6 N. Clark St. 

'erkins, Frank W 7jj, So E. Jackson Blvd. 

'erkins, Frederick W 21 E. Van Buren St. 

'erry, Walter E :'. ;'* 140 S. Dearborn St. 

'eterson, Edward A Lundberg Bldg., Rockford, III. 

^FEiFFENBERGER, Geo. D 21 N. Main St., East St. Louis, III. 

'iLLSBURY, Arthur L Peoples Bank Bldg., Bloomington, III. 

Mngrey, Roy E 2og S. La Salle St. 

*ioNTEK, Clement L i<Sjq W. Chicago Ave. 

'lems, Leo H 554 S. Franklin St. 

\)nd, Allen B 64 E. Van Burcn St. 

'ond, Irving K 64 E. Van Buren St. 

'osTLE, U. E 140 S. Dearborn St. 

'ouLSEN, t^DWARD J jSjQ N. Hamlin Ave. 

'ouLSEN, George F 64J N. Elmwood Ave., Oak Park, III. 

\)WERS, Horace S 10 S. La Salle St. 

*REis, Carl G ijoo-104 S. Michigan Ave. 

'ridmore, J. E. O jS S. Dearborn St. 

^RiNDEViLLE, Chas. H 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Proust, Edward So E. Jackson Blvd. 

^RUYN, William H., Jr 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Rae, Rohkrt 4JI Grccnleaf Ave., Wilmette, III. 

Rap]', Gecjrge L 6g W . Washington St. 

Rawson, Chas. P 4920 Drake Ave. 

Rkichert, William (i 220 S. State St. 

Reynertson, Theis J 1937 Crawford Ave. 

Rezny, J. ]i 2g S. La Salle St. 

Rich, Harry F 431 S. Dearborn St. 

Richards, H. H 327 S. La Salle St. 

Richardson, Jason F Central Life Bldg., Ottawa, III. 

Riddle, Herbert H 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Riddle, Lewis W 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Reister, Frank P Insurance Bldg.. East St. Louis, III. 

Rinaker, John L Ridgeley Bank Bldg., Springfield, III. 

Roberts, E. E 82 W. Washington St. 

Robertson, David 64 W. Randolph St. 

Robinson, Argyll E 108 S. La Salle St. 

RoEDDiGER, F. W. C 4S41 Langley Ave. 

Rohm, Jean B 13S N. La Salle St. 

Rohm, Wm 138 N. La Salle St. 

Rosen, Richard O Powers Bldg., Decatur, III. 

Ross, Henry P 30 N. La Salle St. 

RoTHER, EuGENK I'aui 2gj6 N. California Ave. 

Roy, Franz 9140 Commercial Ave. 

RoYER, Joseph W Flat Iron Bldg., Urbana, III. 

Russell, Lewis E 2^ N . Dearborn St. 

RusY, Anthony F 1339 S. Avers Ave. 

Salisbury, Robert H Whcaton, III. 

Sandegren, a /// H'. Washington St. 

Sandel, Monroe R ijj N. Clark St. 

Scheller, Jesse E 46 j4 Cottage Grove Ave. 

Schenck, Rudolph 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

ScHLACKS, H.J 10 S. La Salle St. 

Schmid, R. G 154 W. Randolph St. 

Schmidt, Hugo 7222 Oglesby Ave. 

Schmidt, R. E 104 S. Michigan .\ve. 



ScHROEDER, JOHN M 35 N- Dearborn St. 

ScHULTZ, Martin M iqjj W. 20th St. 

SCHULZE, Carl E 178 W. Jackson Blvd. 

ScHULZE, William Three Oaks, Michigan 

ScHULZKE, Wm. H People's Bank Bldg., Moline, III. 

Schwartz, Albert A 6 N. Clark St. 

Scribbins, John A 401 Powers Bldg., Decatur, III. 

Seator, S. M 35 N. Dearborn St. 

Seipp, Edwin A lyg W. Washington St. 

Seyfarth, Robert 830-134 S. La Salle St. 

Shattuck, W. F ig S. La Salle St. 

Shaw, Howard 39 S. Stale St. 

Shepardson, Ralph S Coulter Bldg., Aurora, III. 

Shopbell, Clifford Furniture Bldg., Evansville, Ind. 

Sierks, Henry 180 N. Dearborn St. 

Sorenson, Chas. F JJ25 Fullerton Ave. 

Spencer, N. S Kariher Bldg., Champaign, III. 

Spitzer, Maurice 5 N. La Salle St. 

Stanhope, Leon E iii W. Monroe St. 

Stevens, Harry E 53 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Steube, Len F. W Adams Bldg., Danville, III. 

Stone, John R 8 S. Dearborn St. 

Strandel, Charles A 5 N. La Salle St. 

Strauch, Moriz F 13^6 Diversey Parkway 

Sturges, Howard Putman ig S. La Salle St. 

Sturm, Meyer J 116 S. Michigan Ave. 

Sturnfield, C. H 600 Blue Island Ave. 

Swern, Perry W 41/ S. Grove Ave., Oak Park, III. 

Teesdale, Lawrence V 508 IV. 6gth St. 

Thomas, Stafford F 140 S. Dearborn St. 

Tomlinson, H. Webster 64 E. Van Buren St. 

TuRNBULL, Gilbert M lu S. La Salle St. 

Uffendell, William G 39 S. State St. 

Urbain, Leon F 20 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Vail, Morrison H 72j E. ist St-., Dixon, III. 

Van Bergen, John S Caldwell Bldg., Oak Park, III. 

Viehe-Naess, Ivar 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Vitzthum, Karl M 53 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Wach, Edward F // So. La Salic St. 

Walker, Wm. Ernest ?o N. Michigan Ave. 

Wallace, Chas. L 227 Jefferson St., J olid, III. 

Waterman, H. H 10 S. La Salle St. 

Watson, Jesse N Chemical Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

Watson. Robt. Bruse 225 S. Central Park Ave. 

Watson, X'ernon S i8g W. Madison St. 

Weber. Alfred P icj S. La Salle St. 

Weber, Peter J j4j S. Dearborn St. 

Webster, Chas. Woods Cutting Bldg., Joliet, III. 

Weiss, John W 5.? H'. Jackson Blvd. 

Westerlind, Carl W /// \V. Washington .Ive. 

Wheelock, H. B 64 W. Randolph St. 

White, Howard J 1417, 80 E. Jackson Blvd. 

White, James M, Prof 114 Engineering Hall, Crbana, III. 

White, Kesson 4227 Prairie .\ve. 

Whitmeyer, Mark H 204 S. Glenwood .Ave., Peoria, III. 

Whitney, Wm. P 122 S. Michigan .\ve. 

Whitsitt, H. W Peoples Bank Bldg., Moline, III. 

Williamson, W. G ig S. La Salle St. 

Wilmanns, August C J5 ^'- Dearborn St. 

Wilson, H. R 104 S. Michigan .\vc. 

Winkel, Beuno 4016 N. St. Louis .ive. 



WiNSLOW, Benj. E 2617 N. Richmond St. 

WoLTERSDORF, A. F 1 38 N . La Salle St. 

WooDYATT, Ernest i55 ^- Clark St. 

Worst, Frederick Wm Coulter Bldg., Aurora, III. 

.\ WoRTHMANN, Henry iSjQ W. Chicago Ave. 

York, John D '^ 1323 N- Clark St. 

ZiDEK, Joseph 4021 W. North Ave. 

ZiMMERMANN, HuGO H . 117 N. Dearborn,St. 

ZiPPWALD, Otto 36 W. Randolph St. 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Baumann, Frederick 2744 Pine Grove Ave. 

Hill, Henry W 138 N. La Salle St. 

Goodnow, Charles N Municipal Courts, City Hall 

Palmer, H. L ig S. La Salle St. 

Pfeiffer, George L Lemon City, Florida 

Randolph, S. M 313 Wisconsin Ave., Oak Park 

Wight, P.'b ■ .^ J225 E. 47th St. 




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ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

1915-16 

CHARLKS H. PRLXDEVILLK, President 
FRI':DER1CK W. PERKINS, flrsl Vice-President 
MELVILLE C. CHATTEN, Second Vice-President 
ROBERT C. SPEXCER, Jr., Treastircr 

WEBSTER TOMLLN'SON, Secretary 

C. HERRICK HAMMOND, Two Years 

N. MAX DUXXLNG, Two Years 

ARTHUR G. BROWX, One Year 

DAXTEL H. BURXHAM, One Year 



ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

COMMITTEES . 

1915-1916 



LEGISLATIVE 

Emery Stanford Hall, 

Chairman 

Harry B. Wheelock 
Jos. W. McCarthy 
Albert M. Saxe 
C. Herrick Hammond 



MEMBERSHIP 

C. Herrick Hammond, 

Chairman 

John A. Holabird 
John W. Root 
RoBT. Seth Lindstrom 
Melville C. Chatten 
John M. Hoskins 



PUBLICITY 

Argyle E. Robinson, 

Chairman 

Victor A. Matteson 
Frederick W. Perkins 
Howard L. Cheney 
Irving K. Pond 



ARCHITECTURAL 
EXHIBITION 

Edwin F. Gillette, 

Chairman 

Ralph C. Llewellyn 
Spencer S. Beman 
Sam a. Marx 
Leon J. Corbey 
Prof. Percy Ash 



CONTRACTS AND 
SPECIFICATIONS 

Frederick W. Perkins, 

Chairman 
Richard E. Schmidt 
Henry K. Holsman 
Allen B. Pond 



CHAPTER RELATIONS 

N. Max Duxning, 

Chairman 

Arthur G. Brown 

j. c. bollenbacher 

Elmer C. Jensen 

Jos. C. Llewellyn 

C. Herrick Hammond 



EDUCATIONAL 

Jas. M. White, Chairman 
Elmo C. Lowe 
Robt. C. Ostergren 
Edward H. Bennett 
Frank E. Davidson 
Prof. Percy Ash 
Cecil F. Baker 



PROGRAM 

Arthur Woltersdorf, 

Chairman 

Wm. K. Fellows 

Edgar Ovet Blake 

N. Max Dunning 

Daniel H. Burnham 



MUNICIPAL ART 

Geo. W. Maher, Chairman 

Elmer C. Jensen 

Leon E. Stanhope 

Hubert Burnham 

Earl H. Reed, Jr. 

H. F. Brevoort Stevens 

Mario J. Schiavom 



PORTRAIT 

Arthur Woltersdorf 
Peter J. Weber 



HISTORICAL VENTILATION 

Thos. E. Tallmadge, George Beaumont 

Chairman 
Peter B. Wight 
Ernest Woodyatt 



ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

FELLOWS 

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Beaumont, George 23 N. Dearborn St. 

Berlin, Robert C ig S. La Salle St. 

Clay, William W 266 S. La Salle St. 

Fellows, William K 6 N. Clark St. 

Frost, Charles S '. io§ S. La Salle St. 

HoLABiRD, William 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Jensen, Elmer C 1401 N. Y. Life Bldg. 

MuNDiE, William B jg S. La Salle St. 

Nimmons, George C Peoples Gas Bldg. 

Otis, William A 6 N. Michigan Ave. 

Perkins, Dwight H 6 N. Clark St. 

Perkins, Frederick W loog, 21 E. Van Buren St. 

Pond, Allen B nog, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Pond, Irving K nog, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Prindeville, Charles H 808, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Quackenboss, Leonard G 35 N. Dearborn St. 

Roche, Martin 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Schmidt, Richard E 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Shaw, Howard Van Doren 39 S. State St. 

Spencer, Jr., Robert C 10 S. La Salle St. 

Wheelock, Harry B 1108 Schiller Bldg. 

Woltersdorf, Arthur F 138 N . La Salle St. 

Zimmerman, W. Carbys iioi, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

INSTITUTE MEMBERS 

Ash, Percy University of Illinois, Urbana, III. 

Beers, Herbert P 38 S. Dearborn St. 

Blake, Edgar Ovet 621 Davis St., Evanston, III. 

Brown, Arthur George ig S. La Salle St. 

BuRNHAM, Daniel Hudson 80 E. Jackson Boul. 

BuRNHAM, Hubert So E. Jackson Boul. 

Carpenter, Frank A Rockford, III. 

Carr, George Wallace 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Chatten, Melville C mi, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Clark, Edwin H 6 N. Michigan Ave. 

Clark, William J 4850 Blackstone Ave. 

Crowen, Samuel N Stock E.xchange Bldg. 

Dinkelberg, Frederick P 751 Railway Exchange Bldg. 

Dunning, N. Max 35 S. Dearborn St. 

Fletcher, Robert C ijg W. Washington St. 

Fox, Charles E g34, ist NaVl. Bank Bldg. 

Gillette, Edwin F 8 S. Dearborn St. 

Griffin, Walter B 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Guenzel, Louis 332 S. Michigan Ave. 

Hall, Emery Stanford 1102 Postal Telegraph Bldg. 

Hamilton, John L 6 N. Clark Street 

Hammond, Charles Herrick 11 11, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Heun, Arthur 810, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Holmes, Morris G 8 S. Dearborn St. 

Holsman, Henry K 332 S. Michigan Ave. 

Hoover, Ira Wilson 10 j S. La Salle St. 



HosKixs, John M 2Sj/ IV. Madison Si. 

Llewellyn, Joseph C 1526, isl Nari. Bank Bldg. 

Lowe, Elmo C 14 E. Jackson Blvd. 

Maher, George W 206 S. La Salle St. 

Marshall, Benjamin H qj4, ist NatH. Bank Bldg. 

McCarthy, Joseph W 139 N. Clark St. 

Nyden, John A 64 W. Randolph St. 

Powers, Horace S 10 S. La Salle St. 

Pridmore, John E. O 1701, ist Natl. Bank Bld^. 

Renwick, Edward A 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Robinson, Argyle E 108 S. La Salle St. 

Schmid, Richard G 59 Metropolitan Bldg. 

Shepardson, Ralph S ?-/^ Coulter Blk., Aurora, III. 

Stanhope, Leon E loS S. La Salle St. 

Stevens, H. F. Brevoort 16 jj Hyde Park Boul. 

Tallmadge, Thomas E 1004 Security Bldg. 

ToMLiNSON, H. Webster Sag, 64 E. Van Burcn St. 

Vail, Morrison H Dixon, III. 

\'an Bergen, John S Caldivcll Bldg., Oak Park, III. 

\'0N HoLST, Hermann V 72 W. Adams St. 

Waterbury, Charles D nog, 64 E. Van Burcn St. 

Waterman, Harry H 10 S. La Salle St. 

Weber, Peter J Fisher Bldv,. 

White, Jr., Charles E /jp N. Clark St. 

White, Prof. James M University of Illinois, Urbana, III. 

WiNSLOW, Benjamin E 25/7 .V. Richmond St. 

Worst, F. W 344 Coulter Blk., .1 urora. III . 

CHAPTER MEMBERS 

Baker, Cecil F 30 N . Michigan Ave. 

Beman, Spencer S 332 S. Michigan Ave. 

Bennett, Edward H iHoo Railway ExchangeBldg. 

Bollenbacher. J. Carlisle 14 E. Jackso?! Blvd. 

Brabant, Clifford 30 N. Michigan Blvd. 

Brush, Charles E 934 Irving Park Blvd. 

Brydges, E. Norman 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Cady, Jermiah Kiersted 179 W . Washington St. 

Campbell, Edmund S The Art Institute, Chicago, III. 

Chase, Frank D 122 S. Michigan Ave 

Cheney, Howard Loveweli S2S, jo N. Michigan Ave. 

Childs, Frank A 122 S. Michigan Blvd. 

Church, Walter S i2uj Marquette Bldg. 

Colcord, Albert E 117 N. Dearborn St. 

Corbey, Leon J 93<S Wilson Ave. 

Corse, Redmond P 80S, 64 E. Van Burcn St. 

Davidson, Frank Eugene 5j W . Jackson Blvd. 

Dean, George R i6j W. Washington St. 

DeGolyer, Robert S gig, ist Natl. Bank Bldg. 

DiPPOLD, Albert P 1330 E. 4jth St. 

F'itzGerald, Francis H /2j/ E. Superior St., Duluth, Minn 

FuGARD, John Reed /// W. Monroe St. 

Graham, Ernest R Railway Exchange Bldg. 

Hall, Gilbert F 1400 Monroe Bldg. 

Hallberg, Jr., Lawrence G ig S. La Salle St. 

Holabird, John A 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Holden, Benjamin P^dwix iHoo Railway Exchange Bldg. 

Huehl, Harris W 59 Metropolitan Bldg. 

Hussander, Arthur F 720 Tribune Bldg. 

Johnck, Frederick 2007 Peoples Gas Bldg. 

Lindstrom, Robert Seth 608 S. Dearborn St. 



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Llewellyn, Ralph C . 1^26, isl Natl. Bank Bldg. 

LovELL, Sidney 30 N . Michigan Ave. 

Marx, Sam A 7 ^' ■ Madison St. 

Matteson, Victor Andre La Salle III,. 

Mayo, Ernest A 140 S. Dearborn St. 

McLaren, Robert James 1328 Manhattan Bldg. 

Morehouse, Merritt J 21 14 Fisher Bldg. 

Morse, Jared K 1400 Monroe Bldg. 

Ostergren, Robert C 9/9, // 5. La Salle St. 

Ottenheimer, Henry L Fort Dearborn Bldg. 

Parsons, William E 1800 Railway Exchange Bldg. 

Pingrey, Roy C 20Q S. La Salle St. 

Puckey, Francis Willard 520Q Blackstone Ave. 

Reed, Jr., Earl H 4758 Lake Park /Ive. 

Rice, Josiah L 162 j Sunnyside Ave. 

Rogers, John A 161 s Ashland Blk. 

Root, John Wellborn 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Saxe, Albert M iioi, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Schiavoni, Mario J 1400 Monroe Bldg. 

Schlacks, Henry J 10 S. La Salle St. 

Shattuck, Walter F ig S. La Salle St. 

Smith, William J 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Somers, ,Elbert S 12th Fl., 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Sturm, Meyer J 116 S. Michigan Ave. 

Swern, Perry W 417 S. Grove Ave., Oak Park, III. 

Viehe-Naess, Ivar 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Warren, William Arthur 1248, 10 S. La Salle St. 

Woodyatt, Ernest 161 s Ashland Blk. 

Wuehrmann, William G 1118 W. 33th St. 

Zimmerman,. Ralph W iioi, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Baumann, Fredric 2744 Pine Grove Ave. 

Hill, Henry W 138 N. La Salle St. 

Matz, Otto H 120 East Oak St 

Whitehouse, F. M / Madison Ave.. New York 

Wight, Peter B 122 j E. 47th St. 



ILLUSTRATIONS 




An Arch in Paris {SketcJi) 
S. A. Marx, Chicago 







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Brydc.ks ix SoMKRs, Architects, Chicago 




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Artesia Grammar School 
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Proposed Mausoleum jor Forest Hills Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa. 

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Cass Cjilbert, Architect, New York 




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Detroit Athletic Club, Main Stairway 
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Lounging Room of the Harvard Club^ A r:c ) ork 
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Entrance Hall, Residence of II. II. Rogers, Southampton, L. I . 
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INDEX OF EXHIBITS 

ALLEN & COLLENS — 40 Central St., Boston, Mass. 

1 Taylor Hall and Entrance Gate-way, Vassar College. 

ALLEN & COLLENS and W. K. RAINSFORD, Associated — 40 Central St., Boston, Mass. 

2 St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Ridgefield, Conn. 

ALSCHULER, A. S.— igoo Sieger Building. 

3 Commercial buildings. 

AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME — /o/ Park Ave.. New York. 

KENNETH !<:. CARPENTI':R — loi Park Ave., Neic York. 
The Vatican, Restoration of the Court of the 
Belvedere and of the Court of the Pigna: — 

4 Plan. 

5 Longitudinal Section. 

6 Cross Section. 

7 Parthenon, Water Color. 

8 Parthenon, Water Color, 
g Parthenon, Water Color. 

10 The Erechtheum, Water Color. 

11 Temple of Mars Ultor, Restoration. 

12 Temple of Mars Ultor, Diagram of Column Entasis. 

13 Palazzo Piccolomini, I'"acade. 

14 Palazzo Piccolomini, Court. 

15 Sketch Copies of Wall Paintings by Pinturicchio depicting events in the life of 

Pope Pius II, Library of Siena Cathedral. (3 drawings.) 

JOHN GREGORY — 1947 Broadway, Xew York. 
Three Marble Reliefs:— 

16 Wine. 

17 Woman. 

18 Song. 

!•:. GUGLER — 101 Park Ave., Xeic York. 

19 Sketch. 

EUGENE E. S.\VA(il': — 5,7.S'<'. Washington Sq., Xew York. 

20 Sketch Cop\- of (iiotto's frescoes in the Madonna deU'.Vrena, Padua. 

21 Eresco. 

22 "Idealism," Mural Decoration. 

JOHN SC.\RFF — lor Park Ave., .\ew York. 
2;^, I'arnesc Palace, Rome. 

B. NEBEL, Sculptor; W. I. W.\RI), .Vrchitcct; EUGENE F. SAVAGE, Painter. 

Collaboralive Problem, A Tomb to a Famous Painter. Winner of 
Prize, Collaborative Problem, American Institute of Architects, igij: — 

24 Small scale elevations. 

2^ Large scale elevations. 

26 Model of figure. 



AMERICAN I'KDKRA'iMOX OF ARTH — Washin^lou, I). C. 

A sjiccial exhibit consistin;^ of more than 200 examples of academic work. 
Representative work from the following institutions is included: — 

Carnegie Institute of Technolog}-, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Columbia University, New York. 

Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Harvard Universit\-, Cambridge, Mass. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Societv of Beaux-Arts Architects, New York. 

ART INSTITUTK OF CHICAGO, SCHOOL OF. 

ELTZABFTH F. GIBSON — ^j^/ A. I\uilina Si. 

frieze Dccoralions for llic library of l/ie Lalic View High 

School, Chicago, entitled '^Evolution of Art of Printing": — 
27 "Stone," Second jianel. 
2<S "Metal," Third i)ancl. 
2Q "Assyrian Clay Cylinders," Fifth i)anel. 
.•;o Sketches for I-rieze of North Wall. 
,^i Sketches for I'rieze of West Wall. 
2,2 Sketches for I'>ieze of East Wall. 

33 Sketches for Frieze of South Wall. 

ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO, SCHOOL OF — Evf.ninc; School, Dkp akt.\ii:\t of 

AKCHITKCnRK. 

ROY C. BODETT. 

34 .\ Cafe at an International Exposition; Ele\'ation, Plan and Section. 

JOHN ALSTROM. 

35 A Cafe at an International Ivxposition; I-'devation, Plan and Section. 

ATTERHURY, (iROSVENOR — 20 \V . 43d St., Xew York. 

36 Indian Hill, An Industrial N'illage for The Norton Co., WOrcester, Mass. 

37 Sketch for Residence at ii E. 95th St., New York. 

38 Pavilion and Trellis of Phipp's Clinic, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Mtl. 

ATTERBURY, GROS\i:XOR, JOHN .\. TOMPKINS and STOWE PHELPS, Associated 
— 2n IF. 4;^d St., Xei,' ]'ork. 

39 New \'ork Cit\- Hall — Restcjration Work. (4 frames.) 

BAKER, CECIL V .— jo X. Michigan Ave. 

40 Store and Office Building. 

41 Country Residence, Ciolf, 111. 

42 Country \'illa, .\cademic Problem. 

BARBER, CHAS. I. and BEN McMURRY — Bank L" Trust Bldg., Knoxville, Tenn. 

43 Residence of .\lex. Bonnyman, Knoxville, Tenn. 

44 Residence of Chas. I. Barber, Knoxville, Tenn. 

BEAUX ARTS .\RCHITECTS, S0CIF:TY OF — A'r?c' York. 
See .\merican Federation of Arts. 



BEMAN, S. S.— 332 S. Michigan Ave. 

45 First Church of Christ, Scientist, Springfield, Mass. 

46 Proposed Apartment Hotel. 

BERNHARD, WILHELM — 64 W. Randolph SL 

47 Southern Home of Edward Herrmann, Florida. 

BODLVE-SPANJER CO.— 1160 Chatham Cl. 

48 Decorative Panel for Show Window Background. (Design by Rudolph Weisen- 

born.) 

BOSWORTH, WAP WELLES —527 5/A Ave, Neiv York. 

4Q Sketch for Dormitories, Mass. Institute of Technology., Cambridge, Mass. 

BOSWORTH, WINIFRED— Woodland, Elgin, III. 

50 Panel Decoration. 

BOTKE, JESSIE ARMS — 5-/J2 Blackslone Ave. 

51 " Isabella," Sketch for a Tapestry Decoration. 

52 "The iMichanted Gazelle," Sketch for a Tapestry Decoration. 

53 " Diana," Sketch for a Tapestry Decoration. 



BOYD, I). KXICKERBACKER — ijlh £r Wahiul Sis., Philadelphia, Pa. 

54 Residence of Wm. I'dwell, Merion, Pa. 

55 Residence of Wm. M. McCawle}', Havcrford, Pa. 

BRACiDOX, CLAUDE — 413 Culler Building, Rochester, N. Y. 
Draivings illustrative of "Projective Ornament": — 

56 Art and Geometry. Motif: Crystals. 

57 Art and Geometry. Motif: Shells. 

58 Exterior Stairway. Motifs: 24-hedroid and Tcsseract. 

59 (larden Gate. ]\Iotif: i6-hedroid. 

60 Binding. ]Motif: Magic Line of Eight. 

61 Binding. Motifs: Tesseracts and Cubes. 

62 Binding. Motif: Tcsseract. 

()T, Portal and Columns. Motif: Icosahcdrons. 

64 Gates. Motif: 24-hedron. 

65 Doorway. Motifs: Tesseracts and Pentahedroids. 
(■>(} Rose Window. Motif: Octahedrons. 

67 Window and Balustrade. Motifs: Pentahedroids and Icosahedrons. 

08 Ingle and Curtains. Motif: i6-hcdroid. 

60 Cup and Saucer. Motif: Pentahedroids. 

70 Balustrade and Lanterns. Motif: Duodecahedrons. 

71 Lanterns. Motifs: Pentahedroids and Icosahedrons. 

72 Balustrade and Rug. Motifs: Icosahedrons, Tesseracts and Magic Line of Three. 

73 Curtain. Motif: i6-hcdroids. 

74 Leaded Window. Motif: Duodecahedrons. 

75 Group of Projected Hypersolids. ISIotifs: 16-hedroids, Pentahedroids, Octahcdroids 

and Cubes. 

76 Colored Band. Motifs: Icosahedron and Cubes. 

77 Colored Band. Motifs: Icosahedrons and Tetrahedrons. 

78 All-over Pattern. Motif: 16-hedroid. 

79 All-over Pattern. Motif: 600-hcdroid. 



80 Rose. ]\lotif: 6oo-hedroid. 

8 1 Bay Window and Balustrade. Motif: Octaliedrons, Tetrahedrons and Tcosa- 

hedrons. 

82 Organ Case and Rose Window. Motifs: Icosahedron, 600-hedroid, etc. 

83 The Water-Gate. Motifs: Tetrahedrons and Tesseracts. 

84 Column and Lamp. Motifs: Tetrahedrons and Pentahedroids. 

85 Doorway. Motif: Tesseracts. 

BROWN & WALCOTT — 19 S. La Salle Si. 

86 Interior, St. Augustine's Church, Wilmette, 111. 

BRYDGES & SOMERS — 1200 Slcimcay Hall. 

87 Kellshore Apartments. 

88 ISIasonic Building, Rogers Park, Chicago. 

89 Church of our Saviour, Elmhurst, 111. 

BUCK, LAWRENCE — 1200 Sleitm'ay Hall. 

90 Roycemore School, Evanston, 111. 

91 Sketch for Open Air Schools. 

92 Sketch for Open Air Schools. 

93 Plans for Open Air Schools. 

94 Sketch for Group of Houses in Lake Eorest, 111. 

95 Residence of J. L. Field, Oak Park, 111. 

96 Interior. 

97 Garden Sketch. 

98 Sketch for Garden. 

99 Sketch for Garden. 
100 Sketch. 

BURNHAM, ANITA WILLETS — 7255 Asbury Ave., Hubbard Woods, HI. 
loi "Wildmere," Water Color. 

CADY, J. K.— 179 W. Washington St. 

102 Residence of Omega Chapter of Psi Upsilon, Chicago. 

CAMIMil'XL, EDMUND S.— .1/-/ Institute, Chicago. 
Water color Sketches of French Gardens: — 

103 St. Cloud. 

104 St. Cloud. 

105 \'ersailles. 

106 \'ersailles. 

107 X'ersailles. 

108 Luxembourg. 

109 Luxembourg. 
no Luxembourg. 

111 Luxembourg. 

112 Luxembourg. 

CARNEGIE INSTITUTE OF TECU^OIXK'A' ,~ Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Sec American Federation of Arts. 

CHASE, FRANK D.— 1343 Peoples Gas BIdg. 

113 Plant for the Wilder Tanning Co. at Waukegan, 111. (drawn by M. IL Iloijbs.) 



CHAITEN & HAMMOND — <5^ E. Van Biireu St. 

114 Residence of J. G. Kellogg, Winnetka, 111.; Entrance and Hall. 

115 Residence of F. H. Armstrong, Evanston, 111. 

116 Residence of E. C. Loomis, Chicago, and Residence of C. H. Wright, Evanston; 

Entrance Details. 

CHENEY, HOWARD L — 30 N. Michigan Ave. 

117 West Town State Bank Building, Chicago. 

118 Proposed Hotel, Chicago. 

CHILDS & SMITH — 1263 Peoples Gas Building. 

119 Residence at Montecito, California. 

120 Myra Goodwin Rlantz Dormitory, Lawrence College, Appleton, Wis. 

121 Masonic Lodge. 

CHICAGO SCHOOL OF ARCHrfECTURE OF THE ART INSTITUTE AND ARMOUR 
INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. 

H. B. AARENS. 

122 A Concert Hall; Elevation. 

123 A Concert Hall; Plan. 

124 A Concert Hall; Section. 

A. W. VADER. 

125 A Concert Hall; Elevation. 

126 A Concert Hall; Plan and Section. 

II. WALLEBRECHT. 

127 A Municipal Campanile. 

I. H. BRAUN. 

128. A Municipal Campanile. 

A. W. VADER. 

129 A Municipal Campanile. 

CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB,ATFLIKR PUCKEY. 

F. C. MUELLER. 

130 A Free Standing Tablet. 

G. L. BARNUM. 

131 A Safety Deposit Vault Building. 

CLARK, HENRY HUNT— 194 Clarendon St., Boston, Mass. 

132 Peacock Curtain, Stage Hanging for Toy Theatre, Boston, Mass. (4 parts) 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE — New York. 
See American Federation of Arts. 

COMES, JOHN T.— Pittsburgh, Pa. 

133 St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church, Cleveland, Ohio; Detail. 

CONNICK, CHARLES J.— 9 Harcourt St., Boston, Mass. 

134 Chancel Window, Chapin Memorial Church, Niles, Mich. (Talmadge & Watson, 

Architects.) 



135 ^\ »-'st Window, Chapin Memorial Church, \iles, Midi. (Tahiuulf^c & Watson, 

Architects.) 

136 Aisle Window, St. Edward's Church, Brockton, Mass. (Maginnis & Walsh, 

Architects.) 

137 "The Birth of Christ," IMedallion Window. 

CORNELL UXIVERSITV, COLLEGE OF ARCIHTECTURE - ////(/o;. A'. V. 

C. E. RUHE. 

138 Temporary Decoration of a Ball Room; Section. 

139 Temporary Decoration of a Jkill Room; Plan and Section. 

F, R. MOLTHER. 

140 A Refreshment Pavihon; Perspective. 

G. L. KAUFALVX. 

141 Astronomical Observatory; Elevation and Section. 
Sec also American Federation of Arts. 

D'ASCENZO, NICOLA — /do<V Ludloic St., Philadvlpliia, Pa. 

142 "St. Cieorgc and the Dragon," Sketch for Leaded CUass Panel. 

143 "Ascension," Sketch for Window, Church of the Good Shepherd, Scranton, Pa. 

144 "Jesse Tree," Sketch for Memorial Window, St. Mark's Church, I'rankford 

Philadelphia, Pa. (Watson & Huckel, Architects.) 

145 "St. Joseph," Leaded (dass Panel. (OlTice of Cram, (Joodhue & l'"erguson, New 

York.) 

DAVIDSON & WVA^':^ — Mouaduock Block. 

146 Algonquin Club. 

147 Rough Pencil Sketch of Fire Proof I'actory. 

148 .\ Suburban Jkisiness Block Containing a Large Theatre. 
14Q Building for F. II. Smith Manufacturing Co., Chicago. 

DAVIS, ITl-lRPONT & WALTF:R S.— 620 E.xcliangc Buildiiii^, Los Aui^cles, Calif. 

150 Designs for the Garden City Co. of California, Los Angeles. (4 drawings.) 

DEAN, RUTH, Landscape Architect — _/ West ^alli Si., .\cu' ]i>rk. 

151 Workingmen's Cottages and (iardens, ik'thlehem, Pa. ((ieorge S. Welsh, Ardi 

itect, Wilkesbarre, Pa.) 

152 Plan for Workingmen's Communit}-, Bethlehem, I'a. ((ieorge S. Welsh, .\rchilect, 

Wilkesbarre, Pa.) 

DELANO & ALDRICH — V luist jcjili Si., .\ck' ]-ork. 

153 The Colony Club, New York. 

154 Residence of W. \ . S. 'Jhorne, Morrislown, X. }. 

DIBELKA, J. B.— ijo X. /■ifili Aic. 

155 Alton State Hospital, Alton, 111. 

156 Design for an Armor}-. 

157 Minot High School, Competitive Design. 

DOERR BROS.— ujir Sicj^cr Buiidiug. 

Proposed .\Iaitsolcii))i (or i'orcsi Hills Crnicicry, I'hiiadcl pliia , J',i.: — 

158 Exterior. 

159 Court. 

160 Interior. 



DUHRINC;, OKIIO & '/AKC.lA'Ai — 121.S Clicslinil Si., Philadelphia, Pa. 

161 House of Harry Wain Harrison, Devon, Fa. 

162 House of Wm. T. Harris, Villa Nova, Pa., 

163 Tea House for the Devon Ciaragc, Devon, I'a. 

164 Sludio Uuilding, St. Marlins, Pa. 

DUNNING, N. MAX — 33 S. Dearborn Si. 

165 Residence Aileration at Midlothian, 111. 

166 Residence at Kenosha, Wis. 

167 American Book liuilding, Chicago. 

168 Residence at Wilmette, 111. 

169 Persi)ective of building for The Robt. Sim|)son Co., Toronto, Ont., Canada. 

KRKMELINC, RALPH W.— 1402 Seciirily Building. 

170 Ceiling Decoration, Ely Cathedral. 

171 Thirteenth Century (llass, Rouen Cathedral. 
17 J Roman Ornament. 

EXHIBITION COMMITTEE, 29x11 ANNUAL ARCHITECTURAL i:XHIBIT10X 

Chicago. 

COMPirriTION EOR POSTER AND COVE.R OF CATALOC;. 

173 i-'irst Prize Design — Chas. L. Morgan. 

174 Second Prize Design — Robert L. Wachter. 

175 Third Prize Design — Ruth Wilson. 
1 7() Mention — Kathryn Holmes. 

177 Mention — Hazel Traxler. 

EAULKNER, CHAS. D.— 332 S. Miehigan Ave. 

178 Residence of Harold L. Millctt, Bryn Mawr, Chicago; Door\va\-. 

179 Proi)osed Residence near Chicago. 

EROHMAN & MARTIN — 7^;.v<;r/c»fl, California. 

iSo Trinity Church, Santa Barbara, Calif. 

181 Church of Holy l''aith, Inglewood, Calif.; Interior \ie\vs. 

Gi':NTlLUOMO, (IIUSICPPI': —- no Flushing Ave., Asloria, L. /., Xeic York. 
1S2 Projection of Pul)iic Library Ceiling. 

183 Projection of Put)lic Librar}' Ceiling. 

GILBERT, CASS — // P. 24lh Si., Acv York. 

184 Austin Nichols Warehouse No. i, New York. 

185 .\ustin Nichols Warehouse No. 2, New York. 

186 Grand Boulevard, Belle Isle Bridge, Detroit, Mich. 
1S7 Belle Isle Bridge, Detroit, Mich. Bird's-e\e \ie\v. 

188 City Hall, Waterbury, Conn. 

189 Woolworth Building, New York. 

i()0 Woolworth i^uilding Arcade, New \ovk. 
T9I Scott Fountain, Detroit, Mich.; Plan. 

192 Scott Fountain, Detroit, Mich.; l'"Je\ation. 

GOODHUE, BERTRAM (;.— 2 Wesl 47lh Si., Xew York. 

193 Proposed Grace Church, Chicago; Exterior. 

194 Proposed Grace Church, Chicago, Interior. 

195 Residence of Dr. I'>ederick Peterson, near Brewster, New "S'ork; ilxterior. 

196 Residence of Dr. Frederick Peterson, near Brewster, New York; Ivxterior. 



197 Residence of Dr. Frederick Peterson, near Brewster, New York; IMan. 

198 Residence of Herbert Coppell, Pasadena, Calif.; Front. 

199 Residence of Herbert Coppell, Pasadena, Calif.; Rear. 

200 Sixteen Photographs, Panama-California E.xposition, San Diego, Calif. 

GREY, ELMER — Sii Wright &- Callcnder Building, Los Angeles, Calif. 

201 Brentwood Par^i Golf Club House. (3 sketches). 

202 The M. C. Russell Residence, Hollywood, Calif. 

HARTMAN, C. BERTRAM — 96 Grove Si., New York. 

203 "Fantasia," Silk Batik Wall Hanging. 

204 "Leopard Lady," Silk Batik Wall Hanging. 

205 "Fantasia, The Chase," Silk liatik Wall Hanging. 

206 Decorative Panel for a Music Salon. 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY — College of Arcliileeture, Cambridge, Mass. 
See American Federation of Arts. 

HAYDEN COMPANY, TllV. — 523 Fijlh Ave., Neic York. 

Lead Work from Ike Bromsgrove Guild, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England: — 

207 Boy with Sun Dial. 

208 Fountain — Boy with Dolphin. 

209 Sample of Cast Lead as used in Rain Water Heads. 

210 Sample of Cast Lead as used in Rain Water Heads. 

211 Photograph of Lead Figures. 

212 Photographs of Rain Water Heads. (2 Frames.) 

213 The Snake Charmer. 

HEAP, JANE — 449 St. James Place. 

214 "Vikings." Sketch for Mural Decoration. 

HIBBARD & CODY — (5 j^ Marsh Strong Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif. 

215 Citrus Experiment, Riverside, Calif.; Director's Residence. 

HOERMAN, CARL — JO N. Dearborn St. 

216 Bungalow, Ravinia, 111. 

217 l4" Scale Model of Residence, Ravinia, 111. 

218 yi" Scale Model of Proposed Bungalow, Ravinia, 111. 

219 l4" Scale Model of Residence. 

HOFFMAN, F. B., Jr.— 75 E. 40th St., Xeio York. 

220 House and Garden of Jonathan Godfrey. 

HOLABIRD & ROCHE — 1400 Monroe Building. 

221 Three .Vrts Club; Exterior. 

222 Three Arts Club; Entrance. 

223 Three .\rts Club; Living Room. 

224 Three Arts Club; Tea Room. 

HOLABIRD & ROOT — 1400 Monroe Building. 

225 Studio of Holabird & Root; Exterior. 

226 Studio of Holabird & Root; Interior. 

HOLABIRD, WM.— 1400 Monroe Building. 

Original drawings by Joseph Nash: — 

227 Haddon Hall. 

228 Water Color Drawing. 



HOLABIRD, JOHNT A.— 1400 Monroe Building. 
2 2() Aries, Water Color. 

230 Girgenti, Water Color. 

HOLMES & VLINN — S S. Dearborn SI. 

231 Carleton College Chapel, Northfield, Minn. 

232 Carleton College Chapel, Northfield, Minn; Original Pen Drawing. 
2,U Carroll College Dormitor}-, Waukesha, Wis. 

IIOLSMAN, riKNRY K.— 332 S. Michigan Ave. 

234 The Junius Apartment Hotel. 

235 State National Bank, Iowa Falls, Iowa. 

HUNT, MYRON — J017 Ilihernian Building, Los Angeles, Calif. 

236 Sketch for Court Yard of Clenwood Mission Inn, Riverside. (2 Frames.) 

237 Spanish Art Room, Cilenwood Mission Inn, Riverside. 

238 Hotel Maryland Pergola Stores, Pasadena. 

239 Bard Residence, Hueneme; (General View. 

240 Bard Residence, Hueneme; Detail. 

241 The Pardee Bungalow, Pasadena. 

242 The Burnes Cottage at Santa Barbara. 

243 Residence Interiors. 

244 My Own Ciarden; (Fountain by Maud Daggett.) 

245 F'irst Congregational Church, Riverside; F.xterior. 

246 First Congregational Church of Riverside; Interior. (Made at Night by Con- 

cealed Lighting.) 

247 Occidental College, James Swan Hall. 

248 Pomona College, Music Building; iMitrancc. 
24Q Pomona College, Music Building; Court Yard. 

250 Pomona College, Music Building; Interior. 

251 Pomona College, Art Building. 

252 Pomona College, Art Building. 

253 John P. Wilson's Residence; General View of Ciarden Side. 

IIU.VT & BURN'S — 701 Laughlin Bldg., Los] Angeles, Calif. 

254 Caracol Tower: Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, Calif. (2 photographs.) 

ILLINOIS, UNIVF:RSITY of — DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE — Urhana, III. 

255 ICxamplcs of Work in Freehand Drawing. 

W. W. HUBBARD. 

256 .V Safe Deposit Vault Building. 

See also .\merican Federation of Arts. 

ILLINOIS, UNIVERSITY OF — DIVISION OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE — 

Urbana, III. 

A. G. SEI FRIED. 

257 A Pompeian Garden. 

F. H. THORNE. 

258 (iarden for Small Estate. 

lANNELLI, ALFONSO — /do/ Monroe Building. 

259 Mural for the .\cademy Theatre. 

260 Mural for the Academy Theatre. 

261 Garden Scheme for Mr. H. B. Babson. (Purcell & Elmslie, Architects.) 

262 Design for the Academy Theatre, Facade. (Francis Barry Byrne, Architect.) 



JANSSKX & MinO'rV — CoilKry Building, rUlsbiirii/i, Pa. 

J(M Rcsideiue of J. Hanson Rosi-, IMUsburfj;h, Pa. (Drawn bv Hircli HunlL'tle l.on-.) 
j()4 The William I'cnn Hotel, IMttsburgh, l>a. (Drawn by Birch lUirdotte Lour.) 

KAHX, ALBERT and ERXEST WILBV, Associated -- vV Lufaydtc Blvd., Dclroil, Midi. 
Photographs of the Detroit Athletic Club:— 
265 Exterior. 

2()() Lobby, 3 views. 

2()7 Ladies' Reception Room. 

26S Main Stairway. 

260 Palm Room, 2 views. 

270 Clrill Room. 

271 Mantel in Lounging Room. 

272 Library. 

273 Swimming Pool. 

274 P. H. McMillan Residence, (irosse Point, Mich. 

275 Packard Motor Car Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

- 37() Detroit Trust Company; Ahmtel in Directors' Room. 

KINGSLEV, (;E0. S.— khj A. Dearborn St. 
2~i~, Hotel, Sheridan Road, Chicago. 

KREHBIEL, ALBERT H. - /',;//.• A'/V/.t,r, ///. 

27S Oil Study of a Croup for a C'eiling Motixe. 

LEHEXBAUM ^L\RX & \K\V..\\\~ 22,^7 hisurame Exchange. 
27g Community at Langeloth, I'a.; Ceneral Plan. 
2S0 Community at Langeloth, Pa.; Bird's-exe \'iew. 

281 Cate Lodge to an Estate. 

282 A Country House. 

LEWIS, DAVHJ C— 41 3 Couch Building, Fortlaud, Ore. 

28,5 Home of E. C. Shevlin, (lolf Park, I\)rtland, Ore.; South T'ront. 

LITTLE & BROWXE — 7r; KilbySt., Boston, .Uass. 

284 Chinese Room, Residence of i,arz Anderson, Brookline, Mass. 
2S5 Residence of tlie late L\ man I'. Cordon, Worcester, Mass.; I'ronl. 
280 Residence of the late L\man !•'. (iordon, Worcester, .Mass.; Rear. 

LOWE & B()LLEXB.\CHI;R — 14 /•:. Jackson Blid. 

287 Two Small Houses at Exanston, ill. 

McKIM ME.\D & WHITE ~ nu Bark .\:r., .\ei, VorL 

288 Harvard Clul), Xew \'()rk; Interior \"iews. 
280 Harvard Club, .X'ew NOrk; Lounging Room. 
2QO Harxard Clul), .X'ew ^'o^k; Dining Room. 

201 l*ylon for Columbia Unixersitx', Xew ^■ork. (Charles Keck, sculptor.) 

202 I'ranklin Xational Bank, Philadelphia, I'a. 



McC.\RTIIV, JOI' W.— I Jig City Halt Sq. Building. 
203 St. Rita School, 62d St. and Washtenaw Axe. 

MAGOXICLE, EDITH M.— .V^c; Park .l;r., Ac;.' Vorl;. 
2c)4 "The King," Decoratixe Panel. 



MACiONKJLK, II. VAN HURKX — /o/ Park Ave, Xeic York. 

2()5 I'^xtcrior Door, Residence of Mrs. \\ ni. McXair, New York. (Ivxecuted by 

Samuel Yellin.) 
2i)(> Window (Jriile, Residence of Mrs. Win. McXair, New \'()rk. (Ivxecuted by 

Samuel Yellin.) 
2Q7 Interior Door, Residence of Mrs. Win. McXair, X"cw York. (Kxecutcd by Samuel 

Yellin.) 

MAKER, (;1':0R(;K W.— .-o.V.S'. Lu Salic Si. 

2q8 Ware House Buildin<f for J. R. Watkins Medical Co., \Vinona, Minn. 

2yQ Preliminary Design for Winona Savings Bank lUiilding. 

_-;oo Residence of .\. T. Churchill, Burlington, Iowa. 

,^oi Residence of \i. L. Behr, Chicago, 111. 

MANDEL BROTHI'.RS — .S7(;/c .S7., ijlli /■'loor Sliidio. 

!,02 Olio Drop for Theatre. (Designed !)>• Jul. Rolhstein.) 

MyVRX, S.\M .\. — ~~37 fnsitrancc A".V(7/(/;/,!;r. 

30,^ Ponte \'ecchio, Sketcii. 

304 An Arch in Paris, Sketch. 

305 Street Scene in Genoa, Sketch. 

MASS.\CIiUSi:TrS IXSnTUri': OI- FECIIXOLOCY — /^ov/o;/, .l/(;.v,s. 
.S'rc .American l'"ederation of .\rts. 

M.VTTESOX, \ICT()R \.~ La Salle, Illinois. 

306 Bungalow for Dr. C. II. McKenna, .Mackinac Island. 

M ELLOR & .M l':i(;S — 30j S. Juniper St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

307 (Jarden ikiildings for Cliarles Biddle, .\ndalusia. Pa. (2 Photographs.) 

308 Beta Cha[)tcr House, Phi Camma Delta, IMiiladeli)hia, Pa. 
300 House of l-'rancis \'. Eloyd, I'^dgemont, Pa. 

310 House of Eeonard T. Beale, St. Da\ ids, Pa. 

MlCHUi.VX, UXIXI'IRSITY OV ~ College of Archileeturc, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
.Sec .\mcritan l''cdcnition of .\rts. 

MILLER, IIl'.Sri'.R - ir(*(v/.v/()(7.', Xcic York. 
31 [ Decoration. 

MILLER, E. W.— 1 21 Au'^ell SI., Providence. R. I. 

312 Diptych Leaf, Roman, l-'ifth Centurw Original in Bit)liothe(|ue Xationale, Paris. 

Plaster copy. 

313 .\llegor_\' of the Life of a Poet. Roman, I'"ourth Centur_\-. Original in the iiibli- 

otheque Xationale, Paris. Plaster coi)y. 

314 l)ipt\ch Leaf. A Consul, Roman, Fifth or Sixth Century. Original in Cathedral 

of Xo\arra. Plaster copy. 

315 Zeus, Hera, Poseidon and Dcmeler. Original, in the i>ou\'re. Plaster copy in 

imitation of old marble. 
3i() Madonna and Child, by Mino da F'iesole. Plaster cast, colored. 
317 \'irgin and Child, l''rench, 'Fhirteenth Century. Original in Meyrick Collection, 

Livcri)ool. Plaster copy. 
31S l)ipt_\ch Leaf. Our Sa\iour, French, Thirteenth Centurw Original in Mevrick 

Collection, Liverpool. Plaster copy. 



MUNICIPAL ART COM AirrTl':!-: — ////;/ r)/.v Cliaplcr, American Inslilidc of Anhilccts. 

319 Plaster Model for the Proposed Madison Street Bridge, Chicago, 111. (K. Schneider, 

Sculptor; executed by the American T(;rra Cotta Co.) 

OTIS & CLARK — (5 N. Michigan Ave. 

320 Residence, Winnetka, 111. 

321 Residence, Winnetka, 111. 

322 Cast Iron Baluster. 

323 Photograph of Stairs Showing Baluster in Place. 

OAKLLY, VIOLET — "Cogslea," Allen Lane — Philadelphia, Pa. 

324 Color Composition, Passage from the Apocalypse. 

325 Color Composition, Passage from the Apocalypse. 

i,2b Cartoon for Stained-Cilass Window, "The Divine Comedy of Dante," in the lioiise 
of Mr. Robert J. Collier, New York. 
Group of shidies for the cycle of the frieze in the Governor's reception room, State 
Capitol at Ilarrisburg, Pa., entitled '' The Pounding of the State of Lilierty Spirit- 
ual:"— 

327 Anne Askew. 

328 The Horsemen, "Ironsides." 

329 Penn Meets the Quaker Thought at Oxford. 

330 Penn Examined by the Lieutenant of the Tower of London. 

331 Penn's Arrest \\'hilc Preaching, Penn in Xewgate. 
^^^2 Penn's Vision. 

T,Ti;i Color Study for .\nne Askew. 

334 Color Study for The Horsemen. 

PEIXOTTO, ERNEST — 7,-2 \V. ^ylh St., Xeio York. 

335 Decorative Panel for over ^Mantel. 

PENNSYLVANIA, UNIVERSITY 01- — Department of Architecture, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sec American Eederation of Arts. 

PERKINS, EREDERICK W.— 2/ E. Van Buren St. 

336 Residence of Mr. A. H. Ilartman. 

337 Residence of Mr. John (1. Williams. 

338 Residence of Mr. Cassias H. Baglc}-. 

339 Residence of Mr. John W. CJary. 

PHILLIPS, BERT (i.— Taos, A. .1/. 

340 The Eirst Inhabitants (Hospitality). Mural Painting in the Polk Co. Court 

House, Des Moines, Iowa. 

PITKIN, WM., ]\<.— 5i2 Culler Bldg., Rochester, A. ]'. 

341 Gardens of J. Brooks Nichols, Detroit, Mich. 

342 Entrance to Garden, Instate of Truman H. Xcwberr\-, Detroit, Mich. 

343 The AUee, Estate of Truman H. Newberry, Detroit, Mich. 

PLATT, CHARLES A.— loi Park Avenue, Xeu' York. 

344 House of ClifTord \. Brokaw, Glen Cove, Long Island. 

345 The Terrace, House of Erancis M. Weld, Huntington, N. \. 

POWELL, EAY BARNES — 5/// Winthrop .ive. 

346 Decorative Panel. 



PURCELL & ELMSLIK — 1S31 Peoples Gas Building. 

347 Residence of E. W. Decker, Lake Minnetonka, Minn. (2 views). 

348 Edison Shop, Chicago. 

349 Merchants Bank, Winona, Minn. 

RASMUSSIiN, LOUIS B.— 737 Garfield Ave., Hinsdale, III. 

350 Sketch frohil Oakland, California. 

351 Entrance to San Gabriel Mission, California. 

REBORI, ATELIER,— 59 E. Van Biircn 67. 

RUDOLPH G. WOLEE. 

352 A Banking Room on the Ground Floor of an Office Building. 

ROCHE, MARTIN — 1400 Monroe Building. 

353 Pencil Sketch, by J. A. Haig. 

354 Pencil Sketch by J. A. Haig. 
Original Drawings by Joseph NasJi: — 

355 Porch, Audley End, Essex. 

356 (irand Staircase, Holland House, Kensington. 

357 Sjjcke Hall, Lancashire. 

358 The Terrace, Bramshill, Hants. 
35Q Charlcote. 

360 OckwcUs. 

361 Sutton Place, Ciuildford, Surrey. 

362 Borwick Hall, Lancashire. 

363 Ockwells. 

364 Borwick Hall, Lancashire. 

3(15 Bay Window in Hall, Bramhall, Cheshire. 
36C Old Houses in Queen St. 

SANDEGREX, ANDREW — in IF. Washington Si. 

367 Three \'iews of an .\|)artment Building, 1615 Ridge .\ve., Evanston, 111. 

SA\D1:L, MONROE RONALD— 155 X. Clark Si. 

368 IMeasant Gro\e Ai)ts., Groxe .\ve., near Pleasant St., Oak Park, 111. 

SCIIE\('KS, HI:NR\' J.— 1031 Olis Bldg. 

3(i() St. Marx's Church, Chicago; Interior. (Drawn by .Arthur Hercz.) 

370 .\ltar for St. Mark's Church, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

371 .\llur for St. Mary of the Lake Church, Chicago. 

372 St. Ignatius Church, Chicago. 

SCHMIDT, RICHARD ]■:., GARDEN & M.\RTIN — 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

373 Oll'ice ikiilding for the Woman's Benefit Association of The Maccabees, Port Huron, 

Mich. 

374 L.ntrance to Ai)artmcnt Building, Sheridan Road, Chicago. 

375 Design for I'",leanor Clul), Chicago. 

37^) Door in i^adics' Dining Room, Cliicago .\thletic .Association, Chicago. 

377 Flasler Reproduction of Door-head, Ladies' Dining Room, Chicago .Athletic 

.Association, Chicago. (Executed by McNulty Bros.) 

378 Plaster Reproduction of beam Soflit, Ladies' Dining Room, Chicago .Athletic 

.Association, Chicago. (Ivxecuted I)y AIcNulty Bros.) 

SKINNER &: W.\LKER — iiSS Main Si., Bridgeport, Conn. 

370 Alterations and .\dditions to Residence, Estate of Walter B. Lasher, Goshen, 
Conn.; Front. 



380 Alterations and Additions to Residence, Instate of Walter B. Lasher, Goslien 

Conn.; View from (larden. 

SOMMER, JULIUS {.',.— 22cj Wcsl 109, Xcic York. 

381 "Old Linden," Decorative Landscape. 

382 "Two Galleons," Decorative Panel. 

STEINBERG, GEO. E.— Lcnbach SimUos, 243 Xorlh Ave. 

383 "The Circus Procession," Sketch of Frieze for Children's Room. 

STEVENS & \-IElIE-NAESS-rt_/ /•:. V„n /hum Si. 

384 The Home National Hank, Arkansas Cit\-, Kan. 

STONER, HARRY — 7,V IIVsV j/lh Si., Xr..' York. 

385 Panel, Directors' Room, Consolidated Gas Co., New York. 

THROWBRUXJE & ACKERAL\N-fc \Ycsl 431k St., Xcw York. 

Residence of Truman II. Xeicberry, Gro.sse Point Farms, Detroit, Mick.:— 
3S6 Plan of First Floor. 

387 Front Elevation. 

388 Rear or Entrance Elevation. 

389 Music Court. 

390 Terrace Connecting Loggia and Ikcakfast Room. 

391 Music Room. 

392 Dining Room. 

393 Preliminary Study for Dining Room. 

TALL.MAD(;E & WATSON — 7.Vy ir. .l/,/r//,vr-// .S7. 

394 Sketch for Fkiena Memorial Church, Chicago. 

395 Sketch for Rogers Park Baptist Church, Chicago. 

396 First Floor Plan, Rogers Park Baptist Church, Chicago. 

VENNELL, JESSE RICIL\RI) — _.//rt |F/7,v,-// Ave. 

397 Entrance Hall. 

VENNING, FR.\.\K.— University of Illinois, Vrbaua, III. 

398 A Camjmnile, Como. Lithograph Sketch. 

399 Bisho[)'s Palace, Tours. Lithograph Sketch. 

400 Palazzo Davanzati, Florence. Lithograi)h Skctc h. 

401 Castel S'Angelo, Rome. Lithograjjh Sketi li. 

402 The Munster, Strassburg. Crayon Sketch. 

403 Tempio della Concorda, (iirgenti. Water Color. 

WACHTER, R. L.— g,^ Steinuay Hall. 

404 Scheme for Restaurant. I'llexation showing Stage. 

Sketches from Panama- Pacific International I'.x position: — 

405 Court of Mowers, Renaissance Tower. 

406 Court, Italian Building. 

407 Foreign Building. 

408 California Building. 2 Sketches. 

409 Court of Four Seasons. 2 Sketches. 

410 Court of Four Seasons, Artificial Lighting. 

411 Half-Dome, Palace of Education. 

412 Colonnade, Palace of Fine .Arts. 

413 Arches of the Rising and Setting Sun. 



WALKER & CILLKTTK— 12S Kasl 37th Si., Nno York. 

Summer Residence of II . II . Rogers, Soulluimplon, L. I .: — 

414 Plan of (Irounds. 

415 I^ntrancc Court. 

416 (larden Facade. 

417 Garden Views. 

418 Entrance Hall. 

419 Interior Views. 

WALKER, FRANK CHASF, and PERCY T. JOllN^TO^E — iSoo Raihcay E.xc/iuHge. 
Traffic Conlrol for a Commercial Center: — 

420 Model Showing Relation to Street System. 

421 ]\Iodel Showing Subterranean Parts. 

422 Plans and Sections Supplementing Model. 

423 Sections Supi)lementing Model. 

424 Sections Supplementing Model. 

WARREX, W'M. ARTHUR — 10 S. La Salle Si. 

425 Residence of Joseph A. Rusliton, Evanston, 111.; (icneral \'iew. 

426 Residence of Joseph A. Rushton, Kvanston, 111.; Detail of luitrance. 

427 Residence of Charles H. Hulburd, Candler, Ma.; General View. 

WEARY, ALLI'.X M.— 64 K. Van Buren Si. 

428 Rendered Drawing of Michigan Houle\ard Building. (Jarvis Hunt, Architect.) 

WEISENJiORX, RUDOLPH — ^7,^7 Xorlli J'auliiia Si. 

429 Design for Color Treatment of Cafe Walls. 

WFHTE, J. M. — Supervising .\rcliilecl. University of Illinois, Urhana, III. 

430 .\rniory at Universit_\- of Illinois; rg" Scale Model. 

431 Ceramics Building, Uni\ersity of Illinois; Elevation. 

432 Ceramics Building, University of Illinois; Study of Interior. 

433 Women's Residence Hall, University of Illinois; Detail Study. 

WILLET STAIXi:i) GLASS & DECORATIXCJ CO.— 7^0^ Lincoln Drive, Philadelphia, Pa. 

434 The Proctor Memorial Window, Xew Post Graduate Building, Princeton Univer- 

sity, ((ieneral Photograph and 5 Full Size Charcoal Studies.) 

435 I'ragment of Library Window. (Oflicc of Bertram G. Goodhue, Xew ^'ork.) 

WILSOX & CO., H. R.— 104 S. .Michigan Ave. 

436 Residence to be built in Barrington, 111. 

WITHI':Y & D.WIS ~~ 1017 Van Xuys Bldg., Los .Ingeles, Calif. 

437 Artesia (Irammar School. (2 photographs.) (H. I". Withex, .\rchitcct.) 

WIXSLOW BROS. CO.— 7^00 West Harrison St. 

438 Door Hinge in Hand Wrought Iron. 

439 Grille in Hand Wrought Iron. 

VELLIX, SAMUEL— i.,-20 .\rch St.. Philadelphia. 

440 Balconies, Residence of .Mrs. Wm. McXair, Xew \'<)rk. (H. \'an Puren Magonigle, 

Architect.) 

441 Grille, Vestibule Door, and Lamp, Residence of Mrs. Wm. McXair, X'ew York. 

(3 Frames.) (II. \'an Buren Magonigle, Architect.) 



442 
443 

444 
445 

446 
447 

448 
449 

4SO 

451 
452 



Executed Work, Residence of Mrs. Wm. McNair, New York. (H. Van Buren 

Magonigle, Architect.) 
Screen for Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York. (La Farge & Morris, 

Architects.) 
Morgan Memorial Screen, Hartford, Conn. (LaFarge & Morris, Architects.) 
Executed Work for Morgan Memorial and Frick Residence. (LaFarge & Morris, 

and Carrere & Hastings, Architects.) 
Transom Grille for Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio. (Cass Gilbert, Architect.) 
Lamp for Union Central Life Insurance Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. (Cass Gilbert, 

Architect.) 

Screen for Stewart Duncan Residence, Newport, R. L (John Russell Pope, 
Architect.) 

Screen for Flenry Clay Frick Residence, New York. (Carrere & Hastings, Archi- 
tects.) 

Transom Grille for Henry Clay Frick Residence, New York. (Carrere & Hastings, 

Architects.) 
Photographs of Executed Work. 
Photographs of lOxecuted Work. 







Doorzvay to Residence of Harold L. Millett, Chicago 
Chas. D. Faulkner, Architect, Chicago 



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Otis & Clark, Architects, Chicago 



THE THIRTIETH ANNUAL 

CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITION 

GIVEN JOLNTI^Y BY 

IHK CHICACX) ARCHITKCTURAL C\AH 
THL IIJJNOLS SOCIKT^- OF ARCHirKCrs 

THL ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSmTriE OK ARCHITECTS 

vvrrH THi: co-oi>KRAri()N of 
IHE ARE INS'IIEE'EE OK CHICAGO 




IN THE (JALLERIES 

()!• IHE ARE 1NS;EI'EU'EE OF CHICAGO 

Al'RlL 5 EO APRIL 29. 1917 






T[lN prmnittmii lliia annual ratalini. ll|f 
jjl ail|traij0 Arrl]itErtnral (Elub. ll|r ilUinnia 
g>nrirly nf Arrl]itrrtfl. ani^ ll)e HIlUnntB 
(El^a^itf r nf tl]f Amrnran Snatitulr nf Arrl|t- 
trrta uubI) tn px^rpfis ll]rtr iKatttniif tn tl^r 
Art 3lnfilitntr nf (Elitraiui, fur ttii iirnrrunn 
rii-operatiiin, anb f nr Ub rnnrtnntB linHpttalitg 
in PxtrnMni; In the ^otnt anrirtirB tlif uhc nf 
its nallcrtrfi; tn tbr |IatrnnB. fnr tl]Hr liberal 
anii l)rarti| Bnp^nrt. ntablinij tl]r pnbliratinn 
nf t^ia unlumr. anb aibimj tnmariiB tl)r 
realizatinn nf thiB rxliibitinn; anb tn tbr 
IxliibitnrB. utl|n. by ijfurrnnB rnntribntinnB 
nf tl|nr uinrkB, make pnBBiblr IbeBP annual 
pxliibitinuB. tl^prrby rnrnnraiuna an^ ^rn- 
mnting a pnpular a^jiJ^f f ^^^^^^ nf arrl]itrrtnrr 
aiti \\\t allirii ftnr artB. 



1 HK rHIRTIKlH ANNUAL CHICAGO 
ARCHITKCTURAL KXHIBITION 

joiN'r KxniBi^rioN coMivin rivE 

Fritz Waoni:r, Jr., Chairman A. J. Lawrknck, Secretary 

(Ikohgk a. Y^k.wv, Treasurer 



REPRKSKNTING CHICAGO 
ARCHITKCTURAL CLUB 

Fritz VVac.xkr, Jr., Chairman 
Harry H. Bkntlky 
I"'rkdl:rick C. H. Stanton 
Frank F. \'knnin(; 
A. J. Lawrknci; 



RFPRESFNTINC; ILLINOIS 
S()( lETY OF ARCHITECTS 

George A. Knapp, Chairman 
John A. Nydkn 
S. S. Beman 
Horace S. Powers 
Leon E. Stanhope 



KFPRFSFNTING ILLINOIS CHAP'lER, 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHirEC'JS 

Ira W. Hoover, Chairman 
I'rank A. Chitds 
IOdwin H. Clark 
Ratph C. Llewellyn 
IOdwtn F. Gillette 



- SUB-(().\LMF1"TEE ON 
11 NANCE 

Edwin !•". (Iillette, Chairman 
George A. Knapp 
Rait'h C'. Llewellyn 



SUB-(^0MM1TTEE ON 
PUBLICITY 

John A. Nyden, Chairman 
Horace S. Powers 
A. J. Lawrence 



SUB-CO.\L\n ITEE ON 
SI>ECJAL FEATURES 

Ira W. Hoover, Chairman 
I'rank L. \'i;nning 
Edutx IL Clark 



SUB-COMMITTEE ON 
CWTALOG 

Harry H. Bi:NrLEY, Chairman 
S. S. Beman 
Im)wtn H. Clark 



SUB-COALMFriEE ON DECORATIONS AND IF\N(;iN(; 

I'"rank a. Childs, Chairman 
Leon I''.. Sianhope 
I"Ri:i)i;Ri(:k C. H. Slanton 



JUR\' OF ADMISSION 

Charles H. Prini)i;\ille, Chairman 
Peirce Anderson Robert C. Spencer, Jr. 

I'.DMIND S. CaMPIU'.LL JeNS JeNSEN 

Frederick W. Perkins .\lbin Polasek 

William Jones Smith .\hram Poole 



K. C. & R. M. SllAXKI.ANl) ^'^'' ^"'"'^^0' 

Standard Varnish Works ~^'"' Federal St. 

James Stewart & Co., Ino '5^4 IVestminsler Building 

George W. Stiles Construciton Co ^/7 Lumber Exchange Building 

Union Foundry Works 3^ ^^'- Dearborn Si. 

Universal Portland Ckment Co -'^^ ''^'- ^^^^ ^'^^^^' ^'^'■ 

Vierlinc; Steel Works -3'i ^^/- ^ -^/''^""-^ '■^^"■ 

Ernest Walker 3" -V- .l//r///i^a» .hr. 

James M-WiiLiE i'rbana, III. 

T. WiLCK Co --<''^ ^'^""""/^ ''^'• 

II. (). Wilson ' ' •^'- ^'" ''^'''^^;' ''\'- 

WooDiJRiDc,]': Ornamental Iron Co d<>" '^ • ^'''"' •'^'• 

York Safk & Lock Co -'9 •''• ■^^^>'^>'"' ■'^'• 




/>/^//7 of Danlr and liratricc U'uidfKC 
William and Annie Lee Wili.kt, I'liiladelphia 



FORl^WORD 



WHATI^X'I^R the Philistine may urge with regard to other forms 
of art, architecture at least, must be understood as an art of the 
l)e()])le. It has much in common with the two other great arts of 
the ])eo])le ei)ic ])oetr}' and the moxing i)icture. Jn the lirst ])lace all 
of the ])e()])le are joint owners in e\ery work of architecture not merely 
in the buildings of the cit\' goxernment, but in all buildings which stand 
out-of-doors under the sk\'. "Who owns the hills?" may well be ])ara- 
])hrase(l, "Who owns the city?'' dhe ])ast()r in his i)ul])it may ])reach to 
the people one day in se\-en, but the cathedral itself is thundering its more 
or less ins])iring message all day of e\ery daw and e\en through the night for 
those who ])ass, so that he who runs ma}' read. 

Then, architecture is an unfinished stor\-. It has the charm of susi)ense. 
its ])l()t runs through e\erv romimtic ej)och of the past in an unbroken thread;' 
but that is not all: during e\ery \ear and month and week of the i)resent, 
new reels of it are being released in more and more suri)rising "W'oolworth 
liuildings" and World's I"'airs and the like. 

It is human. PracticalK' e\-er\- architettural dexice records some ])()int 
in the achenturous struggles or wanderings of our race: we ha\e this form 
because in a (crtain age we moxed against the Saracens; that one because at 
a certain tlnu' wc were inxaded; another because in the inexpert childhood 
of oiu" art, our temples would ])ersist in falling. hOr the epic of architecture, 
like all the great epics, is a tale of blood and thunder: the blood of man and 
the thunder of his gods, and the giants of earth, air, lire, and water, with 
whom the struggle still goes on. It is from this elemental stuff that the art 
of the pe()i)le has come, and to it the ])e()i)le tuin. 

( )ne of these great elemental ideas is the idea of the home. Domestic 
architecture is almost peculiar to our daw When I""roebel and Festalozzi and 
Rumford were hel])ing to realize the modern social sc-iences, when the theat- 
rical ideals of the l"'rench court were gixing way betore a new appreciation ot 
the beauties of intimacy and domesticitw the home was just being ofliciall\' 
" discoxered." Then the nineteenth c~enlur\' brought the present dexelop- 
ment in domestic- building, and the term "modern conxeniences" significantly 
made its a])i)earanc-e in the hmguage. The architecture of the home is the 
contribution which our time has made to the art. 

In fundamental respects, then, the ap])eal of architecture is a real one. 
It max' in the past haxe been an expression of the might)', but to-day it is 
ex'eryboch's business. The annual exhibition is the architect's report to 
the great electorate. He is here to show us how well he has grasju'd the s])irit 

and the people. He is here, if it max' be, to make us 
spirit as a high priest of cix'ic" consciousness. 

( 1 i;c ) R ( ; I'. Willi A M \'] c ; c. v. r s . 



of the time, the cit x' 
see more clearix' t ha 



.M;i re li I (), 1 () 1 7 



COMPETITION FOR COVER 
OF THE CATALOG 

This year, three prizes of $25, $15 and $10, respectively, 
were offered by the joint exhibition committee for the best 
designs submitted in competition for the cover of the catalog. 
Twenty designs were received and a jury consisting of Messrs. 
Emory Jackson, Charles Herrick Hammond, and Thos. K. 
Tallmadge made the following awards: 

First Prize — Frank L. Vennixg 

Second Prize — Fitzgerald Simpson 

Third Prize — Hubert A. Smith 

Mentions — Allen M. Weary, Benjamin F. Olson 

The design given First Prize was used for the cover of this 
catalog; the five drawings named above are shown in the ex- 
hibition. 




Proposed Residence at Taos, N. M. 
R. iVr. ScHiNDLER, Architect, Chicago 



TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP OF THK CHICAGO 

ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

Founded IQOO 

A prize of $600.00 and a second prize of a gold medal are awarded annually. 
I'he funds are used to assist the winner in defraying the expense of a tour of ob- 
servation and architectural study in Europe. The Architectural Club makes 
grateful acknowledgement of the interest in the cause of architectural education 
shown by its friends who generously donated the funds for the maintenance of 
the Traveling Scholarship in the following years: 

1904 and 1905, Mr. Victor Falkenau. 

1Q06, The Xorthwestern Terra Cotta Co. 

1907, 1908 and 1909, Mr. K. (i. Klcock. 

1909 to 1915, inclusive, Mr. C. M. Woolley. 

1911, Mr. William E. Clow. 

The award of the gold medal in the years 1910 to 19 15 inclusi\-e was made 
possible by the liberality of Mr. Charles W. Gindele. 

WINNERS OF SCHOLARSHIP 

N. Max Dunning — " Residence for an American Ambassador" — 1901. 

John H. Phillips — ".1;; Automobile Tavern" — 1Q02. 

Birch Btrdette Long — 'M Monumental Crossing joi the I. C. R. R.'' — 1903. 

Thomas E. Tallmadge — ',M Creche in a Manufacturing District" — i()04. 

Charles Herrick Hammond — ".1 City Residence" — 1905. 

Herbert II. (Jreen — "'A Recreation Pier for a Public Park" — 1906. 

Will Reichert — 'M Building for a Branch Municipal Court" — 1907. 

(Ieorge Awsumb --'M Public Gymnasium and Baths" — 1908. 

Hu(;h Dcnning— 'M// Athenaeum for Teachers"— iqoq \ Two Scholarships 

,, ., ,,r a 4 t/T . ; 7-- i-; >' were awarded 

I' RANK C.Walker — A Monumental I ireplace — 1909 J this year. 

Clarence J. Brown — 'M Building for Sanitation and Navigation" — 1910. 

John Calvin Leavell— "yt Monumental Stairway"— igu. \ iVo scholarships 

117 II II i. A HT , , ^^ , I ■ r- 111 were awarded 

William B. Betts — A Monument to a Great American General — 1911. j thisyear. 

Arthur C. Hanifin — ".1 Theatre in a Large City Park" — 191 2. 

Ru'DOLPH (i. Wolfe — "/I Municipal Tribune" — 1913. 

W. J. ScHAEFFER — ''All Aquarium" — 1914. 

Fred M. IIodgdon —".1 Summer and Winter Garden" — 1915- 

WINNERS OE GOLD MEDAL 

E. R. James 1910 

Christian U. Bagge 191 1 

E. Dean Parmalee 191 2 

W. J. SCHAEFFER 1913 

R. E. Heer 1914 

RoHERr R. Cenek .... 191 5 

ANNOUNCE^^-:NT 

The European Traveling Scholarship was temporarily discontinued in 1916, 
and will not be resumed until after the close of the war. This year an American 
Traveling Scholarshij) will be awarded; the winner will spend two months traveling 
in the East, primarily for the study of Colonial Architecture. Prizes aggregating 
$325 have been generously donated by the Chicago P'ace Brick Association. 



MEDAL OF HONOR 
AWARDED BY 
THE ILLINOLS CHAPTER OF THE 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

'J'he Illinois Chapter of the American Institute of Architects biis established 
a gold medal of honor for award to designers of buildings represented in the Annual 
Chicago Architectural Exhibition, the conditions acc(mii)anying the proposed 
award being as follows: 

That any architectural work in the State of Illinois, if comj)leted within live 
years previous to the date of exhibition, may be offered for consideration. 

That the architect or architects who design the work, in order to be eligible 
to the award, must present for exhibition one or more photographs of the executed 
work, also one or more drawings, including a small scale plan, and shall submit 
-lo the jury such working drawings of the structure as they may desire to examine. 
Any work represented in the exhibit may be eligible for consideration by the jury, 
provided that at least a plan, and also a j)hot()graph of the executed work, shall be 
brought before the jury on their request. Only architects or firms of architects 
maintaining oflices in the State of Illinois will be eligible to the award. 

That an architect or firm of architects to whom this medal may be awarded 
once shall be ineligible for a future award. 

That the medal shall be accom{)anie(l b}' a certificate setting forth the name 
of the completed structure which formed the basis of the award together with 
the considerations which in the opinion of the jury characterized the structure as 
worthy of the award. 

That the jury shall consist of seven architects, one the President of the Chicago 
Architectural Club, one the President of the Illinois Chaj)ter, one the President 
of the Illinois Society of Architects, and four architects apj)()inte(i by the Illinois 
Chapter. 

That one medal only shall be awarded each year; and four members of the 
jury voting for the author or authors of the same work shall be necessary to an 
award; and that no award shall be made if in the ()i)ini()n of the jury no work 
presented is sufficiently meritorious. 



WIXXERS OE THE MEI).\L 

POND & POND " igoQ 
Building— Women's Bapli.st Missionary Home Training School, Chicago 

MARSH.\LL & FOX iqio 
Building — The Blackstone Hotel, Chicago 

PERKINS, IT:LL0\VS & H.XMILTOX ~ 1913 
Building — Lion House, Lincoln Park, Chicago 

RICH.ARI) E. SCHMIDT, (iARDEX & ALXRTIX-igis 
Building — Lochl)y Court Apartments, Chicago 



THK AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME 

loi Park Ave., New York City 
OFFICERS, 191 7 18 

\VM. RUTHKRI'ORI) MIvVD THEODORE N. ELY 

President Vice-President 

C. ORAMF LA I AR(;i': WILLLVM A. BORING 

Secretary Treasurer 

JESSE BENEDICT CARri:R 

Director of the Academy 

(;ORIL\M W S TEVENS 

Director of the School of Fine Arts 

CHARLES UPSON CLARK 

Director of the School of Classical Studies 

1. Tin-; American' Academy i\ Rome is an institution established by law, 
and inc()rj)()rated by the (iovernnient of the United States. 

2. '{'he seat of the Academy is at Rome, the art eenter of the world. 
^. The academic course is i)()st-^raduate. 

4. '{"hose who are awarded I"'ellowships are ex])ecte(l to remain at the 
A cad em \- for three years. 

5. 'ihe direct and intimate intluences of the world's masterpieces which sur- 
round the student in Rome will ])r()ve of incalculable advantage in the creation of 
the future art of America. The far-reaching benefits that have resulted to France, 
(ierman\-, Spain, and other nations through the establishment of Schools of Art 
in Rome justify the conviction that like or greater benefits will be secured to the 
United States through the foundation of a similar national institution. 

()RI(;l\ and development 

.\ nund)er of artists, who had been engaged together upon the work of the 
World's Fair at Chicago, established in 1894 "The American School of Architec- 
ture in Rome." 'i'heir object was to enable American students of architecture who 
had j)asse(l with honor through leading technical schools, or who had been equally 
cjualitied b\' j)ri\-ate instruction, to dexeloj) their j)owers more fully, under the most 
favorable conditions of direction and environment. The students of the school 
were selected b\' competition and the school was wholly supported by the artists 
referred to and their jK'rsonal friends. 

The raj^id improvement in the work of the students and their enthusiasm 
convinced those who were interested that the scope of the school should be made 
broader, and should include the allied arts of sculpture and painting. To this 
end representati\e sculjUors, ])ainters, and architects, together with other persons 



interested in the subject, decided in 1897 to f()un(l, on the Hnes of the French 
Academy in Rome, a school which should be oj)en to American students of scul})- 
ture, painting, and architecture. 

In pursuance of this design The American xA.cademy in Rome was incor- 
porated under the laws of the State of New York, in June, 1897. A constitution 
was then adopted, and suitable rules made for the government of the institution. 
All these steps were taken under advice of competent legal counsel. In 1901 
Hon. John Hay, the Secretary of State of the United States, authorized thu Am- 
bassador at Rome to accept the position of trustee cx-officio of the Academy, and 
directed him to secure for it "all the privileges and exemptions that are accorded 
by the Italian government to like institutions of other countries." 

The Academy has recently effected a consolidation with the American School 
of Classical Studies, and the combined institutions, under the title of The 
American Academy in Rome, are now housed in new quarters upon a sui)erb site 
on the Janiculum, overlooking all of Rome. 

This great enlargement of the scope of the Academy's work is destined to be 
of first advantage to its Fellows, through the intimate association of those en- 
gaged in the study of the Y\nc Arts with the students of classical history. 

Commencing in 191 5 a Fellowshi}) in Landscape Architecture will be awarded 
every third year. 

OBJECTS OF THE ACADEM\' 

I'o afford exceptional advantages to a few chosen scholars is not the chief end 
of the Academy, but is rather the means to that end, which is to hel}) to raise the 
standard of art education in the United States. In the same way that the great 
national competition in France for the Grand Prix de Rome has made the Ecole dcs 
Beaux Arts in Paris the first art school of the world; so, it is believed, will the 
national competitions instituted by the American Academy increase the effici- 
ency of the universities and art schools of America. 

One of the great advantages offered by the Academy in Rome is that, for the 
first time, American students in architecture, painting, and sculpture are brought 
together under the same roof, in constant intercourse with each other, enjoying 
that union and intelligent co-operation of the arts which in the end produce the 
highest results. Here they are enabled to work together, surrounded by monu- 
ments of architecture, and sculpture, unrivaled paintings, and galleries filled with 
masterpieces of every epoch. \o other city in the world presents so wide a field 
of study or one so filled with the best precedents. 



CHICAGO 
ARCHITKCTURAL CLUB 

JJ2 Plymouth Court 

OFFICERS 

1 9 1 6- 1 9 1 7 

HARRY ir. liKXTLKV, President 

FRI rZ WA(;.\I-:R, Jr., Vke- President 

JOFIX ('. LEAX'KLL, .SVr7-r/,/;-v FREDERICK C. H. STAXTOX, Treasurer 



DIRECTORS 



To 191 7 

HERBERT E. DOWNTOX 
ERAXKLIX AL\RLIX(;, Jr. 
ROBERT L. IRAXKEIX 



To 1918 
ARCHIBALD S. MORl'Hi;']^ 

(;eorc;e l. barxum 
arthur klmbell 



CHICAGO ARCHITKCTURAL CLUB 

ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Ai.sciiri.KK, Alfkkd S igoo Stcgcr Bld^. 

Andkkson, 1m)win F gio Bcldcn Ave. 

Andrkws, Ai.frkd H 2^ N . Dearborn St. 

AsHTON, R.J 6j^j Oakdale Ave. 

AwsuMB, (iKOKCK 7<V^ W . Mcjdisoii St. 

liALDWiN, John K (Soig Indiana Ave. 

liAKNUM, (iKOKCK L 4846 Hiitcklnson St. 

Bakky, (Ik KALI), Jr g26 N . Hamlin Ave. 

H1';hk, K. 'Vwva) 1^4 E. Erie St. 

Bk.hrns, Klmkk I'" .142g N. Troy St. 

Hentlky, Harry II J614 Corn E.xeliange Ba)ik Bldg. 

BiCKNKLi,, Ai.frkd H ^443 Foster Ave. 

Hi.akk, Chari.ks (i ■/2o~io4 S. LaSalle St 

Hlauxkr, Loris 9_?7 jV. Western Ave. 

Bi.ouKK, PiKRRK 2g()j Washington Blvd. 

BoDKTT, Roy V 627 A'. Humphrey Ave., Oak Park, III. 

Braha.nt, (iiKKORi) jyiy N. Kedzie Ave. 

liucKi.KY, Ralph J _^g6g EJston Ave. 

BuRGHOFKKR, Lkon igi2 S. Western Ave. 

Burniiam, Hubkk'i- 141- Railway E.vehani^e Bldi^. 

Carlso.v, Clifford 2442 N. Launidale Ave. 

CoRwi.N, Ku(;k\k I) 75/5 W . Monroe St. 

Ck.xkk, Rohkkt R 2S4g W . 22d St. 

CiirRCii, Mykon H /-,?.? Marquette Bldg. 

Cooi.iDGK, CiiAki.i'.s .\ ii')i4 Corn E.xehange Bank Bldg. 

Cra.mkr, .Ammrosk C 4^0 Orehestra Hall 

I)ka\, (iKOROK R 7^)7 W. Washington St. 

DK Sanno, Raymond 1*" 77_/(') Couii<ay Bldg. 

DowNTON, Hkkbkrt V. .?'^5-? Sunnyside Ave. 

Dlnninc, X.Max '^i'^"J5 ^^- I)earl)orn .St. 

Khkrly, Waltkk K 5.75 Lincoln Parkway 

Ernst, Hknry P La (irange. III. 

KssKR, Pai'l !•"... 7/^)7 Llddy St. 

K\ANS, I'"loyd 'i4<'H) Woodlaivn Ave. 

Farrikk, (\ W " . .S()(} W. jSth St. 

I'" 1; I. LOWS, William K /i^y Lake Park .[ve. 

I'"lS('iiKR, I-"kki) a i24() Pratt .\ve. 

Vox, Fi.MKK J g^og I'niversity .Ave. 

Franklin, Rohi.kt L 4020 N. .Ashland Ave. 

CioR(;KS, I'RAN/. 7706 Melrose St. 

Craha.m. Krxkst R 141 J Railway E.xehange Bldg. 

(lli.i.KTTK. lu)\viN I'" S S. Dearborn St. 

(iKKKXFii:i.D, (iKORGi-; II 7".?7 Dre.xel Blvd. 

Haxifix, .\KTnrK C 120S Montana St. 

Hklx, Aktiur Sio Steinway Hall 

Hess, Louis I-" 705 ■,- Loyola . I it. 

HoDGDON, Fred M i4og Creeiileaf .Ive. 

HoKPPNKK, ¥.. A iO/ First .Xat'l. Bank Bldg., San Franeiseo, Cal. 

Horn, Benja.min .\ ^7rV ^5 .V. Dearborn St. 

Jensen, Elmer C 1401 .W. ]\ Life Bldg. 

Jojinstonk, Percy A' Jo \ . Miehigan Ave. 

Lampe, Clarence \X 4L^<^ A. Syracuse .Ive. 

Larson, Roy ji<)2 Fl. S jd St. 

Lawrence, A.J 441 N. LeClaire Ave. 

Leavkt.l, John C 604/' Kimbark .Ave. 

LiLLESKAi'. John 2447 Ballon St. 



LINDBLAD, AlFRKD 4lOo\V. 2olhSt 

LiNDOUiST, Joseph B 3923 Orajid Blvd. 

LuNDBERG, D. R „:- ■ -3542 ''^'^'""^ f • 

Llewellyn, Ralph C 1526 tirst Nat I. Bank Bldg. 

Love, Robert J 1 306 laknuciv Bldg. 

Manasse, DEWrrx J Lxl4 N. Maplcwood Ave 

Matthes, Carl E ^^^^ Stcinway Hall 

Mayer, Carl H 5344]lif'>'op Ave. 

Maynard, Henry S., Jr 2525 Uybourne Ave. 

McGrew, Charles V> ^'-^'l^'-'^il^"'! '^':^\- 

Messer, John W 3KV WestWaUonSt 

MiNCHiN, Sidney II 3013 Logan Blvd. 

Morgan, Charles L '^'"'^ ^^^nr^'^ ^^ <^'- 

MoRiN, H. J fwj4j>iKleside Ave. 

MORK, Raymond '45^^ hdgewater Ave. 

MoRPHETT, Archibald S ,/",';.,■ ^^ L 

Mueller, Floyd C "'" ^' • '^ "^/"" ^ '^""' 

Xettenstrom, Elmer T ^!'-^' }^ V''' u^f' 

XiMMONS, CiEORGE C^ ^ooj leoplesGas Bldg. 

XiTSCHE, Edward A '5^6 First .\at I. Bank Bldg. 

Oldekest, Edward C ^^-47 ^ Oak St. 

I>eters()X. Stanley M 4^45 ^ ■ -'•^^'^'""^,- f- 

T>REis, C\ (1 '-?"" Monroe Bldg. 

Presto, William C , , ^^.W Lcland Ave. 

OriNN V Edwin Q^Q Lumber J'.xe/iange Bldg. 

Rabig' Charles E. K ^ /^7 J^oihcay li.xehange Bldg. 

Rapp, Ceorge L ^"^ 1' • " <'^/"'^^/"" -y- 

Reichekt, William C 230S State St. 

RiPPEL. Fred O 471 5j'loitrnox St. 

Rolleal, Harvey /""^ ' "" Buren St. 

Ri-SY, Anthony F ,33QS\vers.\ve. 

^y^Y V \\ 1^'^ v/ A . hostner .ive. 

Sandegren,' Andrew . ' ' " ^^' ■ ^''^Innglan .St 

ScHAEFER, Wellinc/ion J ^y llin.sdale. It. 

Schwartz, Albert A 5-//'^ -S^m/// lark .hr. 

SiLjANDER. Albert H ^^S^S Huron St. 

SoMMER, A. I '/'/• i,\^o] nidsor Ave. 

Si-TTER, Barnard '9<>7 ' ("■^'^'7 ," 7' 

Stanton, Frederick C . U 1 41 2 Ilartjord Bldg 

Steinborn, Edward '4' 7 A. Oakley Blvd. 

SwENSSoN. Walter 'd'^'J^'"!-'' !•/ 

Tallmadge. Thomas E ''^0 H ■ Madison St. 

Ueberroth, Ottc \- '■^'.;:^ Laneell Ave. 

Venning. Frank 1 y^' 'f^l'l'^- 

Wenisch, W. F 5440 ^^Asl, and .\ve. 

Wa(;ner. FRLr/. Jr 7-^"7 A I ineheser Air 

Walker, Frank C ^^ ' • A;^"'/"/M -^Z- 

Wentworth, John '-4'^ Lake Shore Drive 

Wiener. Jerome, 1 4'o7 ^T'H , I; 

Wilson, Horatio R '^ '^- ^'^"^'i;/)'- 

Zimmerman, Albert (; ^'^5^ Oti.s Bldg. 

ALLIED AIKAIBKRS 

Brand, (irsTAVE A ^4^^ Miehigan Ave. 

ASSOCIATE AI EMBERS 

H,.ij C\K\ ^^ ^''- Lcarson St. 

Bonner Charles '203 Chamber of Commeree Bldg. 

Campbell, Harry S 320 W . 20th St. 




M 071 rot' Sreft, Chicago. Sketch 
Ali.kn M. W'kary, Chicago 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 



OFFICERS 

1916-1917 

I'RANK !•:. \)\y\\)^ON, Prrsideiil 
SrAI'I'ORD I'OX THOMAS, /'/n/ Vice-Prcsidoil 
WIl.l.IAM (;. CWOiVAUK, Second V icc-Prcsidnil 
SAMUI'L X. CROWEN. Treasurer 
JOHN RKKI) FU(;ARI),.SV6Yr/(;/-,v 
II. I>. PALM1':R, Financial Seerelary 

DlRFrTORS 

(JKORCiK HKAUMON r (iFORCJK W. MAIIFR 

.\. MAX DUXXIXC; MFVKR J. STURM 

'-^"•''J<V ST\XK()RI) HALL HARRY H. WHKKLOCK 

HOARD OF ARIiFrRA'ITOX 

Fi.MKK (". Ji;\si:\ iKvixc. K. I'o.xn 

JOSKPH O. Ll.KWKl.l.VN Akc.VI.K F. RoBlNSON 

Okorck C. Ximmons Riciiakd F. Schmidt 

DwiciiT IL I'krkixs 



COMMI I'l'KKS 

i'THLIC ACTJOX 

Jam IS \\. DiHKi.KA, Cluiiyman Frank Cakpkxtkr 

William O. (\\r\i;c,if, ()i,,,f Z. Okrmx 

John Rki.d Ficard Hkrislrt Hf.witt 

ArTIH R !•". HrsSANDKR JAMKS ^F WlIITK 

WaLTLR F. I'LRRY A. F. riLLSHlRY 

FFCilSFA'lTX F 

Stafkori) I'"()X Tii().\f\s, Cltairuuni 
Harry H. Wiifflock X'ictor A. ^L\TTFS()x 

Howard I'ltxam Sti R{;i s JIfxry Fcki.axd 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECIS 

COMMITTEES— Co«/i/me(i 

MEMBERSHIP 

George Beaumont E. E. Roberts 

Louis Bouchard William H. Sciiulzke 

Samuel N. Crowex Meyer J. Sturm 

Edwin E. (Iillette Henry Wortiimann 

Alex L. Levy H. L. Palmer, Sccrclary 
Frederick Lixdquist 

ENTERTAIN M EN r 

N. Max Dunning, Chairman Walter E. Perry 

John Reed Fugard Eeon E. Ukbain 

C;eorge W. Maher H. L. Palmer, Sarctary 

JOINT COMMITTEES OF CX)NTRACT()RS' 
ASSOCIATION, BLTLDINO TRADES COCNCTL AND ARCHITECTS 

Joseph C. Llewellyn, Chairman 
Alfred S. Alschller Irving K. I'ond 

PUBLICITY 

Leon E. Stanhope, Chairman 
Victor A. Matteson Archie H. Hlhbard 

PACiEAN rs AND ARC HITEC TURAL EXHIBITS 

CiEORGE A. Knapp, Chairman 
S. S. Bkman J<>">^- -^^ >^'^'^'-^' 

CONTRACTORS' CREDITS 

Meyer J. Stlrm, Chairman 
Zachary T. Davis Webster Tomlinson 

David E. Postle Horatio R. Wilson 

LUMBER AND TLNUiER SITX IFICWTIONS 

Frank D. Chase, Chairman 
Charles Herrick Hammond Benjamin E. Winslow 

FOR STANDARDIZATION OF ARC HITECTS' SPECIFK\\TK3NS 
FOR PLASTERINC; AND PAINTING 

Emery Stanford Hall,' Chairman 
George A. Knapp Edward H. Probst 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHII ECTS 

MEMBERS 

1916-1917 

AnLSCHLACviCR, Wai/ikr W ,,, w_ Washington St. 

Aldkich, Hakry , Mail Bldg., Galcsburg, 111. 

Allison, Lyman J^ , ^y /;,,,,/,,p,, si. 

Almquist, Carl M .^_ Dearborn St. 

AlSCHULLR, AlFRKI) S ..Vy. y^^,^,,,,,^ j^j^^^ 

Armstrong John A 11 S.La Salle St. 

^^"^"■^' J-^ , 139 N. Clark St. 

ASCHAUKR C J Citizens Bank Bldg., Deeatur, III. 

'^^""^' f/; ^^' , 17^ W. Jaekson Blvd. 

ASHBY, WiLBKRT B . ^ ,.^ „- y,^^.^^^,^, y^^^,^ 

ANNISTI.^, CkORGK S ,,- ^ A'<n-/w» ^/. 

ARNKS, Julian ^ ^^ ^. !</ ^^<^/^ St. 

arrktt bRKDKRicK L 7oo-poo\V. Michigan Blvd. 

ARTON, I'RANCIS M V II". y</rA',V.n /^/.rf. 

KAUDRY, Ralph 1 yV/»a/.» .1... 

EAUMONT, Ckorgk ^ ^ Dearbom St. 

KHKL, \ KRNON W 3, ^ A..r/,«r» ^/. 

'•^^''^'^•^ ■,, 332'S. Michigan Ave. 

KNXKTT, Arthlk J. I ,,V .V. Dearborn St. 

KNXKTT William Arthlr 'iqS. La Salle St. 

Bknson, Edward ; a v v / , v ,// , c/ 

,, ,. ., iic> i\. La >ialte .S/. 

"•'^^■^^',^-^ ••, iQ S.La Salle St. 

ish(,i> HOMAS R ^^s. Dearborn St. 

JORK, David I . Z^- V Clvboum Ave. 

i.oxDiN, Edward A ^ „■ ^;,,/-^,/^; y^^^,^/ 

ORST, Ckorok JI ^ (,- ^Y,,,i,i t,,^ St. 

OucHARD Lmis ( ^ ,1- /e<;»j;VM ^S7. 

RABAND, I;. J ^,^, ^^n>///.^w./ Ave. 

RADLKY, C HARLKS W /^,,.^,„ yj/j^, /^,„^/-,,,,/, ///. 

RAMTZKY, W ILLIAM I HOMAS -j „-. Randolph St. 

RiSTLK, JosKPH H 3,,^ ^V. La Salle St. 

ROCKMKYKR, EdWIN C },,,;,/, /^/J^,., J.^^st St. Louis, III 

iCKKTT, Arthlr C j ^,^ j:^^,.^^,^.jj .j^,^,; 

Buckingham. C larknck W Morrison Bld^..' Jacksonville, III 

ukr(w.:r, Alhkrt J .^^ „■ ^^^;, s^ 

URNHAM. Danikl Hudson ^o K. Jackson Blvd. 

URNHAM, HUBKRT. ^^, j: y^,,^,^^,„ y^/^,^^ 

BUSKR NaTHAMKL 1- ^y^,,,„/ ^y^,^^.^^ y/^ 

LADY, J. K^. ^.^ „- n-,,,/,/„^/,,„ Si^ 

C ARNK(HK, W ILLIAM (, I g S . La Salle St. 

C ARPKNTKR, I' RANK A /^,,.^,„ /^/^/^,^ Rockford, III. 

ARR, ( HARLLS AlBAN- J^,, f^,, J^J^ (^,„^^j,^^^ j^^f^^ 

C ARR. (.kor(;k \\ ALLACL ,,,s. Michigan Ave. 

( KRNY, JKRRY J ^^-^ ^ jj^^^^^-^,^ .,^,^. 

( KRViN, Olaf / . Safety Bldg., Rock Island 

( HAFKKF.. DuDLKY ( ,,,^ .V. 67r»«.^r)J Ave., Peoria, III. 

( HARVAT, Anton ,^^, ^ ^l^y,/^^„^ ,^^,^, 

HASH, I-RANK I) ,,, ^<^ Michigan Ave. 

C hattkn, Mfia;illf C ^^ £. l^,, yj^^,^.„ ^^ 

Christfnskn, C harlfs W j.y ^v. A'ar6or» .S7. 

Christfnskn, John C' Evergreen Ave. 

Chubb, John D ,,,-^V. Dearborn St. 

( hurch, M. H. . . , ^ /;..;-/,.r» ^/. 

( HURCH, Waltfr S ,^,, ^S\ />ar/,o;-» 67. 



Clark, C. R lo^ Chalmers Bld^.. Cliampdiiiii, III. 

Clark, Edwin 6 N . M ichigiui Ave. 

Clark, Robkrt C y2i6 Harvard Ave. 

Cloyes, Frkdkkick O iHg \V . Madison St. 

CoBH, Wm. H 21 ^6 Sidinysidc Ave. 

Coffin, A. S 6^ 11'. Randolph St. 

CoLCORD, Albert E j ly N . Dearborn St. 

Cole, Arthur W ^41 3 Greenwood j[ve. 

CoNWAV, William H 104 Hast Side Square, Springfield, III. 

Crosby, Wm. Spencer ;/(; W . Washington Blvd. 

Crowen, Samuel N ,^0 N . La Salle St. 

Dalsey, Harry 1 1 jo N. Fifth Ave. 

Davidson. Frank E 5 ,' IT. Jaekson Blvd. 

Davis, Z. T W4 K. Win Biiren St. 

Day, Warren W i2j .Main St., Peoria, III. 

De Arment, Frank H ,y j .V. Dearborn St. 

De Money, Frank () iq S. La Salle St. 

Dennis, Charles :\. 41120 11'. Addison .ive. 

DiBELKA, James B ijo N. ^th Ave. 

DiPPOLD, .Albert 1* 77./7 C'ottat^e drove .\ve. 

DoERR, J . 1'' 2H li. Jaekson Blvd. 

DoERK, William V 2S LI. Jaekson Blvd. 

Dougherty, Floyd E ?5 .V. Dearborn St. 

DowLiNO, E. 1'' <) A. M iehiii^an Ave. 

Dreyer, Detlek J .?5 .V. Dearborn St. 

Drummond, William iq S. La Salle St. 

Dlesino, Theodore jjoo IT. 22d Si. 

DiNFORD, Samuel H 10 S. La Salle St. 

DuNNiNO, \. M AX .?5 -^- Dearborn St. 

DwEN, Robert (i ?7 i^) Lllis .Ive. 

EcKLAND, Henry MeKinnie Bldi:,., Moline, III. 

EcKSTROM, Christian .\ ^ S . La Salle St. 

EiCHBERG, S. M (hi \V. Randolph St. 

Ermelinc, Ralph W /<Vy IF. Madison St. 

FiDDELKE, H. C; I'arkside Btdg., Oak Park. III. 

I'"iscHER, F. W g/57 Commereial .Ave. 

Fischer, John B 140 S. Dearbor)i St. 

I'"laks, Francis .\ Kjif^ S. Sprini^Jield Ave. 

Fletcher, Robert C lyu W . W'ashiiii^lon 

Flinn, Rav.m()ND W .V .S'. Dearborn St. 

1'"liziko\vski, John S / ?.S' \ . La Salle St. 

FoEHklNC.ER, I'"REDEKICK I SCl .V. /.(/ .S'(;//(' .S7. 

I'"oLTZ, Frliz / / / ir. \\'as/iin!i:,ton St. 

Fortin. Joseph T (uxi Blue Island .\ve. 

1"\)STER, .Arthur 230 S. La Salle St. 

Foster, William (i Opera House Bldi:^.. Streator, III. 

Vox, Charles E 7("'' Lineoln J'arkieay 

France, Roy V i i^ A'. Clark St. 

Fried.man, Rai'HAI- I. X ''> A. (7(/;7o .S7, 

I'rommann, I'>.mil H '''.; IF. Randolph St. 

I''rost, Charles S /ci S. La Salle St 

1'"ry, Frank E /./f' -V. Dearborii St. 

l'"uc,ARi), John Rki:d /// W . Monroe St. 

I'"uRST, Charles J .?.?5-' Calumet .\ve. 

(iADDis, John W \'i)ieennes, hid. 

Catterdam, F. E I i4 \V . Randolph St. 

(iAUL, Herman J /// IF. Washinij^ton Si. 

(Ierhardt, Faui (hi ir. Randolph St. 

(iiBB, William R C^o IT. Jaekson Blvd. 

(ilLBi'.KT. (iKOKOK H i2iS Cornell Ave. 



CiiLLKTTK, Edwin F s S. Dearborn St. 

(iKKKN, H. H 77 y/. \Vas/,i„fitfl)i St. 

(aJHHiNS, William F ; ,^,- ^V. ciork St. 

(iuF.NZKL, Louis m [\\ Waskin^ton St. 

Hall, Emkry Stanford j, ?o IF. Monroe St 

Hamilton, J. L \ ..6 N. Clark St. 

Hammond, Charles Hf.rrick 64 K. Van Burcn St. 

Hanifen, John Nertney Bldg., Ottawa, III. 

Hansen, Harald M 112 N. La Salle St. 

Hansen, 1'aui s^o Lawrenee Ave. 

Harris, Ralph C jg ^^ Monroe St. 

Hatzfeld, Clarence y s. Dearborn St. 

Hawk, Albert T Hi ] U Salle St. Station 

HEC-irr, Albert S ; ,-^ IJ'. Randolph St. 

Heimbeck, Walter C <S^2 E. 63d St. 

Heinz, L. H 12S N. La Salle St. 

Hei kensteller, Ernest C/iemieal Bldg., St. Louis, Mo 

Henry, Charles D Areade Bldg., Kankakee, III. 

Henschien, H. I'etek ^j ]\\ Van Buren St. 

Herein, Ceorge W Marshalltown, I a. 

Hetherington, J. T 6qW. Washington St. 

Hettinger, John V ^^7^ n. Ilalsted St. 

Hewitt, Herbert ^.i Main St., Peoria, III. 

HiMELBLAU, A. L ,yg ]]\ Washington St. 

HiNE, Cicero ^^21 Broadivav 

HoDGDON, Charles n4 S. La Salle St. 

HoDGKiNS, H. C; ,jg ]\\ Washington St. 

HoEKMANN, C\\Ri ,V .V. Dearbom St. 

HoLSMAN, Henry K .:;, ^V. Miehigan Ave. 

Hooper, William F ^21 Leelaire Ave. 

Hoover, Imx \V 10^ S. La Salle St. 

HcBBAKD, Archie H 12 Swannell Bldg., Champaign, III 

Hr BEK, JcLirs H 07/2 N. Clark St. 

HiEHL, IF\RRis W 75^ 11'. Randolph St. 

•J^'-'-V John ,^0 S. Dearborn St. 

Hint, Jarvis jo ^V. Miehigan Ave. 

HrssANDER, A. T rare of Board of Education, 7 S. Dearborn St 

HrssEY, Harry H " ig S. La Salle St. 

Hyde, Robert M 2:^4 S. La Salic St. 

Hyland, Pail V 29 E. Madison St. 

Jensen, Elmer C ^g S. La Salic St. 

JiLLSON, U.W giii S. Robev St. 

J<'»^<'^- <^'- '•" 7Q l'^- Adams St. 

Johnson, Robert W 77/2 ,v. Erancisco Ave. 

Johnson, (hlbert A Lundberg Bldg., Rockford, III. 

Johnston, W. K 6So^ Vale Ave. 

Johnstone, Percy T 5„ A. Michigan Ave. 

Jones, William C v> N. La Salle St. 

Joy, Samcel Scott ,jiS W. 3jth St. 

Jyrch, Karl E ,gio Eulton Ave. 

Kallal, Charles W Citv Hall 

Kane, Mk hael W Bohm Bldg., Edward.sville, III. 

Kane, Robert L log ^\ Dearborn St. 

Kattelle, Walter R Riverside, III. 

K LEBER, C. Hamilton Riverside, III. 

King, John F Central Xal'l. Bank Bldg., Peoria, III. 

KiN(;sLEY, (;e()R(;e S j^g n\ Dearborn St. 

Klewer, W . L 04 W. Randolph St. 

Knai'p, (;e()R(;e a ^j ]\\ Monroe St. 

Knox, Arthcr H jis N. La Salle St. 



KocHER, Jacques J 806 W. ygth St. 

KoHFEDT, Walter G 64 E. Van Buren St. 

KosTER, John L 115 S. Dearborn St. 

KuPFER, Otto A . 186^ Millard Ave. 

Layer, Robert H 118 N. La Salle St. 

Lehle, Louis yig Waveland Ave. 

Leviton, Morton 755 N. Clark St. 

Levy, Alex. L 28 N. Clark St. 

LiEDBERG, Hugo J 754 W. Randolph St. 

Linderoth, S. L J844 S. Elizabeth St. 

LiNDQuiST, F 179 W. Washington St. 

Lindstrom, Robert S 178 W . Jackson Blvd. 

LiSKA, Emil g6oi Prospect Ave. 

Llewellyn, Joseph C 38 S. Dearborn St. 

LoNEK, Adolph 118 N . La Salle St. 

LovDALL, George F , 8 S. Dearborn St. 

LovELL, Sidney jo N. Michigan Ave. 

LuDGiN, Joseph H i8g W . Madison St. 

Lund, A. G 810 \V. 63d St. 

Mahaffey, D 118 N. La Salle St. 

Maher, George W 206 S. La Salle St. 

Mahler, Harry H 1600 W. Madison St. 

M allinger, John 2gjo Broadway 

Marienthal, Oscar B : 4630 Prairie Ave. 

Martin, Edgar D 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Martini, Elisabeth A 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Matteson, Victor A La Salle, III. 

Maupin, James M Commercial Bldg., Alton, III. 

Mauran, John Lawrence Chemical Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

McArthur, Albert C 64 W. Randolph St. 

McCall, Thomas jo N. La Salle St. 

McCarthy, Joseph W ijg N. Clark St. 

McClellan, Edward Geo 806 W. ygth St. 

McDonald, Luther W 84g E. yjd St. 

McLane, C. D Robinson Bldg., Rock Island, III. 

McMullen, H.J I2J N . Dearborn St. 

Meldahl, Jens J 343 S. Dearborn St. 

Meyer, Frederic H 64 W. Randolph St. 

Miller, Charles A jjj S. Dearborn St. 

Miller, John W i6jo Carmen Ave. 

Miller, Joseph A 755 N. Clark St. 

Miller, Lee 4337 Calumet Ave. 

MiNCHiN, 'Sidney A ijo N. Fifth Ave. 

MoLiTOR, Joseph ijg W . Washington St. 

Morehouse, M.J 343 S. Dearborn St. 

Morgan, Charles L 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Morrell, John Howes Blk., Clinton, la. 

Mueller, Bernard A Arcade Bldg., East St. Louis, III. 

Mundie, W. B 3g S. La Salle St. 

Neebe, John K 2707 W. Chicago Ave. 

Newell, Frank V 14 E. Jackson Blvd. 

Newhouse, Henry L 4630 Prairie Ave. 

Newman, E. M 30 N. La Salle St. 

Nielsen, Carl 754 W. Randolph St. 

Nimmons, George C 722 S. Michigan Ave. 

Norman, Andrew 1362 Devon Ave. 

Nyden, John A 64 W. Randolph St. 

Oliver, Ralph H 234 S. La Salle St. 

Olsen, Paul F 727 N. Dearborn St. 

OsTERGREN, RoBERT C II S. La Salle St. 



Otis, William A 6 N . Michigan Ave. 

Ottenheimer, H. L 220 S. State St. 

Pagels, William F ig S. La Salle St. 

Pashley, Alfred F 431 S. Dearborn St. 

Pentecost, D. S 127 N. Dearborn St. 

Perkins, Dwight H 6 N. Clark St. 

Perkins, Frank W 80 E. Jackson Blvd. 

Perkins, Frederick W 3J2 S. Michigan Ave. 

Perry, Walter E 140 S. Dearborn St. 

Peterson, Edward A Lundbcrg Bldg., Rockford, III. 

Pfeiffenberger, George D 21 N. Main St. East St. Louis, III. 

Pillsbury, Arthur L Peoples Bank Bldg. Bloomington, III. 

Pingrey, Roy E 20Q S. La Salle St. 

PioNTSK, Clement L i579 Milwaukee Ave. 

Pleins, Leo. H §54 S. Franklin St. 

Pond, Allen B 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Pond, Irving K 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Postle, D. E 140 S. Dearborn St. 

PouLSEN, Edward J 3839 N. Hamlin Ave. 

Poulsen, George F 327 S. La Salle St 

Powers, Horace S 10 S. La Salle St. 

Preis, Carl G 120 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Pridmore, J. E. O 38 S. Dearborn St. 

Prindeville, Charles H 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Probst, Edward H 80 E. Jackson Blvd. 

Pruyn, William H., Jr 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Rae, Robert 4J1 Greenleaj Ave., Wilmette, III. 

Rapp, (iEORGE L 6g W . Washington St. 

Rawson, Charles P 4920 Drake Ave. 

Reichert, William G 220 S. State St. 

Reynertson, Theis J ig^y Crawford Ave. 

Rezny, J. B 2202 S. Crawford Ave. 

Rich, Harry F 431 S. Dearborn St. 

Richards, H. H 327 S. La Salle St. 

Richardson, Jason F :* Central Life Bldg., Ottawa, III. 

Riddle, Herbert H 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Riddle, Lewis W 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Riester, Frank P Insurance Bldg., East St. Louis, III. 

Rinaker, John L Ridgeley Bank Bldg., Springfield, III. 

Roberts, E. E 82 W . Washington St. 

Robertson, David 64 W. Randolph St. 

Robinson, Argyle E 108 S. La Salle St. 

Roeddiger, F. W. C 4841 Lan^ley Ave. 

Rohm, Jean B ij8 N. La Salle St. 

Rohm, William ij8 N. La Salle St. 

Rosen, Richard O Powers Bldg., Decatur, III. 

Rother, Eugene Paul 2gj6 N. California Ave. 

Roy, Franz 9^4^ Commercial Ave. 

Royer, Joseph W Flat Iron Bldg., Urbana, III. 

Rowe, Lindley P 53 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Russell, Lewis E 2§ N. Dearborn St. 

RusY, Anthony F ijjg S. Avers Ave. 

Salisbury, Robert H Wheaton, III. 

Sandegren, a Ill W. Washington St. 

Sandel, Monroe R 755 A'^. Clark St. 

Scheller, Jesse E 46^4 Cottage Grove Ave. 

Schenck, Rudolph 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

ScHLACKS, H.J 4306 Sheridan Road 

Schmid, R. G 154 W. Randolph St. 

Schmidt, Hugo 7222 Oglesby Ave. 



Schmidt, Richard E 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

ScHROEDER, JoHN M 35 N . Dcurboni St. 

ScHULTZ, Martin M 7(^55 W. 20th St. 

ScHULZE, Carl E 17H W . Jackson Blvd. 

ScHULZE, William Three Oaks, Michigan 

ScHULZKE, William H Peoples Bank Bldg., Moline, III. 

Schwartz, Albert A 6 N. Clark St. 

Scribbins, John A 401 Poivers Bldg., Decatur, III. 

Seator, S. M 35 N . Dearborn St. 

Seyfarth, Robert Sjo-ij4 La Salle St. 

Shattuck, W. E ig S. La Salle St. 

Shaw, Howard .?P -V. Stale St. 

Shepardson, Ralph S Coulter Bldg., Aurora, III. 

Shopbell, Clifford Furniture Bldg. Evansville, Ind. 

SiERKS, Henry iSo N . Dearborn St. 

Spencer, N. S Kariher Bldg., Champaign, III. 

Spitzer, Maurice 5 N . La Salle St. 

Stanhope, Leon E 111 W . Monroe St. 

Stevens, Harry E 5.? H'. Jackson Blvd. 

Steube, Len E. W [dams Bldg., Danville, III. 

Stone, John R H S. Dearborn St. 

Strandel, Charles A ^ N. La Salle St. 

Strauch, Moriz E ijj6 Diversey Parkway 

Sturges, Howard Putman ig S. La Salle St. 

Sturm, Meyer J 1 16 S. Michigan Ave. 

Sturnfield, C. H 600 Blue Lsland Ave. 

SwERN, 1'erry W ig S. La Salle St. 

Teesdale. Lawrence \' ^04 \V. 6jd St. 

Thomas, Stafford E 140 S. Dearborn St. 

TocHA, Anton 1225 N. Ashland Ave. 

ToMLiNSON, Webster 64 L. \'an Buren Si. 

Turnbull, Gilbert M 10 S. La Salle St. 

Uffendell, William G 39 ^"^^ ^tate St. 

Urbain, Leon E 20 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Urbanek, Charles A 350 N. Clark St. 

Vail, Morrison H 12^ E. i si St., Dixon, III. 

Van Bergen. John S Caldivell Bldg., Oak Park, III. 

Viehe-Naess, IvAR 64 K. \'an Buren St. 

\'itzthi'm, Karl M 5 j IT. Jackson Blvd. 

Wach, Edward F 1 1 S. La Salle St. 

Walker, William Ernest ^o N. Michigan Ave. 

Wallace. Charles L 22^ Jefferson St., Joliet, III. 

Waterman. H. M 10 S. La Salle St. 

Watson, Jesse X Chemical Bldg., Si. Louis. .\Io. 

Watson, Robert Bruse 225 S. Central Park Ave. 

Watson. \'ernon S 7<S'p IT. .Madison St. 

Weber, Ai^fred V 10 S. La Salle Si. 

Weber. Peter J ^4j S. Dearhoni St. 

Webster, Charles Woods Culling Bldg., Joliet, III. 

Weiss, John W 53 11'. Jacksoii Blvd. 

Westerlind. Carl W /// 11'. Washington St. 

Wheelock, Harry B A7 11'. Randolph St. 

White, Howard J 141- So IL Jackson Blvd. 

White. James M 114 Llngineering Hall, Crbaiia, III. 

White, Kksson 422y Prairie Ave. 

Whitmeyer, Mark H 204 S. Clcinvood Ave., Peori(t, III. 

Whitney, Willia.m 1' 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Whitsitt. H. W Peoples Bank Bldg., Moline, III. 

Williamson, W. G ig S. La Salle St. 

Wilmanns, August C 35 S. Dearborn St. 



Wilson, Horatio R \ . , u S. La Salle St. 

WiNKEL, Bknno 4^48 N. Kcdzic Ave. 

WiNSLOW, Benj. E 2617 N. Richmond St. 

WoLTERSDORF, Artiiur ]' I ^8 N . La Salle St. 

WooDYATT, Ernest ^. .ijj N. Clark St. 

Worst, Frederick Wm Coulter Bldg., Aurora, III. 

WoRTHMANN, Henry 18 jg W . Chicugo Ave. 

York, John D 1323 N. Clark St. 

ZiDEK, Joseph 4021 W. North Ave. 

Zimmerman, Hugo H jy28 Pine Grove Ave. 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Baumann, Frederick 2744 Pine Grove Ave. 

Clay, W. W 226 S. La Salle St. 

Hill, Henry W 138 N. La Salle St. 

Goodnow, Charles N Municipal Courts, City Hall 

Palmer, H. L ig S. La Salle St. 

Pfeiffer, Oeorge L Lemon City, Florida 

Randolph, S. M j/j Wisconsin Ave., Oak Park, III. 

Wight, P. B 1225 E. 47th St. 




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ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

1916-1917 

FRKDKRICK W. PI^RKINS, President 

WEBSTER TOMLINSON, Firsl Vice-President 

JOSEPH C. LL1':\VELLYN, Second Vicc-Presidenl 

IIUBloRT BURNHAAI, Treasurer 

ELMO C. LOWE, Secretary 

CLLVRLES II. PRLXDEVILLE 

IRA W. HOOVER 

CHARLES HERRTCK HAMMOXD 

N. MAX DUXXING 



ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

COMMITTEES 

1916-1917 



MEMBERSHIP 

Charles Herrick 
Hammond 

Ira W. Hoover 

IvAR Viehe-Naess 



MUNICIPAL ART 

George W. Maher 
Frederick P. Dinkelberg 
Hubert Burnham 
Francis W. Puckey 
Elmer C. Jensen 



EDUCATIONAL 

Edmund S. Campbell 
E. H. Bennett 
Melville C. Chatten 
Cecil F. Baker 
Percy Ash 



CONTRACTS AND 
SPECIFICATIONS 

Richard E. Schmidt 
Emery Stanford Hall 
Albert M. Saxe 
George Beaumont 
Robert Seth Lixdstkom 



ARCHITECTURAL 
EXHIBITION 

Ira W. Hoover 
Frank A. Childs 
Edwin H. Clark 
Ralph C. Llewellyn 
Edwin F. Gillette 



STANDARDIZATION OF 
BUILDING MATERIALS 

W 1 •: HST E R To m li n son 
Richard K. Schmidt 
Arthur F. Woltersdorf 
Frank E. Davidson 
Horace S. Powers 



PRO(iRA.\LME 

Daniel Hudson Burnham 
John A. Holabird 
N. Max Dunning 
R. S. Walcott 
S. S. Bemax 



HISTORICAL 

Thomas E. Tallmadge 
Charles D. Waterrury 



CHAl'TER RELATIONS 

N. Max Dunning 
Elmer C. Jensen 
Joseph C. Llewellyn 
Irving K. Pond 
Hubert Burnham 



VENTILATION 
George B e a u m o x r 



PUBLICITY PORTRAIT 

Charles Herrick Hammond Charles H. Prindevh.le 



ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMKRICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

1916-1917 

FELLOWS 

JiKAi MONT, CiKOKC.K 2j N. Dciirboni St. 

IJkrmn, Robkrt C ig S. La Salic St. 

C'l.AY, W. W ~ 226 S. La Salle St. 

Conway, W'ii.ma.m H 104 E. Side Sg., Springfield, III. 

1'"kli.()\vs, VVii.i.iam K ^) A^. Clark St. 

I'"K()sr, ('iiARi.KS S 10 j S. La Salle St. 

Hici.Mi:, (Ikokc.k II Ferguson Bldg., Springfield, III. 

IIoi.AHiRD, William 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

JKNSKN, I^LMF.R (" 1401 N . Y . Life Bldg. 

"M ixDiK, W. B 3Q S. La Salle St. 

XiMMONS, Georcik C Peoples Gas Bldg. 

Otis, William A 6 N . Michigan Ave. 

I'l'.RKiNS, DwiGHT M 6 N . Clark St. 

I'lCRKiNS, I'"ri;i)i:rick W jj2 .S'. Michigan Ave. 

I'oM), A. \\ '64 K. ]'an Buren St. 

I'(j.\i), Irxi.xc. K 64 L. Van Buren St. 

I'kixdiailli;, Charlks II 64 LI. \'an Buren St. 

(^)i A(Ki;\ii()SS, L. (; 35 -^^- Dearborn St. 

RocHK, Martin 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Schmidt, Richard K 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Shaw, Howard \'an I)ori;n .19 S. Slate St. 

Si'i;nci;r, Jr., Roiucri' C 10 S. La Salle St. 

Whkklock, Harry H i loH Schiller Bldi^. 

Wilson, H. R 11 S. La Salle St. 

Woltkrsdorf, Arihcr F / j<V A^ La Salle St. 

Zimmi;r.\l\n, W. ("arbys 64 L. ]'an Buren St. 

INSTITUTK MEMBERS 

Ash, Pi;r<y I'niv. of III., I'rbana, III. 

Hi;krs, Hf.rhi;kt I* ^<S' .V. Dearborn St. 

Hi'.MAN, S. S JJ2 S. Michiga)! Ave. 

\U:\\v.T\\ Fdwin H i(Soo Railway E.xchange 

liLAKK, Im)gar ()\i;t 621 Davis St., livansto)!, III. 

1^)LLKNMACHi;r, J. (\\rlisli; 14 li. Jackson St. 

liRou N, Arthir (iK()R(;K I Q S . La Salle St. 

BiRNHAM, Danikl HiDSON So E. Jacksoii St. 

litRNHAM, Hi'HKRi' So E. Jacksou St. 

("ari'kntkr, I'"rank a Rockford, Illinois 

Carr, (Ikorc.k Wallack 122 S. Michiga)! Ave. 

Chask, I'^rank D J22 S. Michigan Ave. 

("hattkn, Mklmllf. C 64 Li. \'a)i Buren St. 

Clark, Im)\\tn H 6 N . Michigan .Ave. 

Chirch, W. S 7205 Marquette Bldg. 

Clark, Wili,iam J 4^5^ Blackstone .Ave. 

Crow FN, Samuel X Stock E.xchange Bldg. 

DiNKFLiiFRc, Fri;dfrick V 757 Railu-ay E.xchange Bldg. 

Dl'nning, X. Max j5 .V. Dearborn St. 

I'"lftchkr, Robert C t~q IT. Washington St. 

Fox, Charles E qj4 First Nat'l. Bank Bldg. 

I'"rGARD, John Rfi;d /// IF. Monroe St. 



(JiLLETTK, Edwin V (V .S'. Dearboni St. 

(iRiFFiN, Walter H 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

(jUENZkl, Louis jj2 S. Michigan Ave. 

Hall, Emery Stanford j2jo W. Monroe Si. 

Hamilton, John L 6 N. dark St. 

Hammond, Charles Herrick 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Heun, Arthur 64 E. Van Buren St. 

HoLDEN, Benj. Edwin 7<V()(; Railivay Exchange Bldg. 

Holmes, Morris (1 S S. Dearborn St. 

HoLSMAN, Henry K j.?2 .V. Michigan Ave. 

Hoover, Ira W 705 S. La Salle St. 

HosKiNS, John M -'**'.?7 ^V. Madison St. 

Hussander, Arthur I*' 720 Tribune Bldg. 

LiNDSTROM, Robert Seth 17H W . Jackso)i St. 

Llewellyn, Joseph C /.i/6 Eirst Natl. Bank Bldg. 

Lo\ELL, Sidney _?o A''. Michigan Ave. 

Lowe, Elmo C . . 14 E. Jackson St. 

Maher, (iEORGE \V 206 S. La Salle St. 

Marshall, Benj. H (;.,V Eirst NatH. Bank Bldg. 

McCarthy, Joseph W i^g N. Clark St. 

Nyden, John A (^ W . Randolph St. 

OSTERGREN, ROBERT C II S. Sa Lullc St. 

1'arsons, William 1^ iSou Railway Exchange Bldg. 

Powers. Horace S 10 S. La Salle St. 

Tridmore, John E. lyoi Eirst Natl. Bank Bldg. 

PucKEY, Francis W 6 N . Michigan Ave. 

Renwick, Edward A 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Robinson, Argyle E loS S. La Salle St. 

Saxe, Albert M 64 E. Van Buren St. 

ScHMiD, Richard G i^ Metropolitan Bldg. 

Shepardson, Ralph S ^44 Coulter Blk., Aurora. III. 

Stanhope, Leon E loS S. La Salle St. 

Sturm, Meyer, J 1 16 S. Michigan Ave. 

Tallmadge, Thomas E 1004 Security Bldg. 

Tomlinson, Webster 64 E. Van Buren St. 

\'ail, Morrison H Dixon, Illinois 

Van Bergen, John S Caldwell Bldg., Oak Park, III. 

\'iehe-Naess, Ivar 64 E. Van Buren St. 

\()N HoLST. Hermann \' y2 W. Adams St. 

Waterbury, Charles D C)4 E. Van Buren St. 

Waterman, H. H 10 S. La Salle St. 

Weber, P. J Eisher Bldg. 

White, James M I'niv. of III., Urbana, III. 

WiNSLOW, Benj. E 261/ N. Richmond St. 

Woodyatt, Ernest 161 ;^ Ashland Blk. 

Worst, F. W ,^44 Coulter Blk., A urora. III. 

WUEHRMANN, WiLI.IAM (1 I II iS IF. Jjth St. 

chai'ter members 

Arms'ironc;, John .\ 1 1 S. La Salle St. 

Baker, Cecil I"' ?o A^. Michigan Ave. 

Brabant, (iiFFORO ^o N . Michigan Ave. 

Brydges, E. Norman 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Buckett, Arthur C^ 7^27 Earwell Ave. 

Cady, Jeremiah Kikrsted ijq \V . Washington St. 

Campbell, Edmund S The Art Institute of Chicago 

Cheney, Howard Lo\eweli 30 N. Michigan Ave. 

Childs, Frank .A 722 S. Michigan Ave. 

Colcord, .Albert V. 777 A^. Dearborn St. 



CoKiJKV, Lkon J JO y. Michigan Aw. 

Corse, Kkdmond P 64 E. Van Burcn St. 

Davidson, Frank Klckni; 5j W . Jackson St. 

Dkan, CiKOR(;K R i6y W . Washington St. 

Df. Armknt, 1"'rank H j^j S. Dearborn St. 

Dk CjOI.ykr, Robi;rt S gig First Natl. Bank Bldg. 

DiPPoi.D, Alhkrt P 4747 Cottage Grove Ave. 

CiRAiiAM, Krnkst R Railway Ecxhange Bldg. 

Hall, CiiL«KRT F 1400 Monroe Bldg. 

Hallhkrc, Lawrknci; (i. Jk ig S. La Salle St. 

HoLAiJiRi), John A 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

HuKHL, M. W 5<; Metropolitan Bldg. 

JoHNCK, Frederick 200J Peoples Gas Bldg. 

Lan(;ille, Louis F 1 T;2y Farwell Ave. 

Lehenbaum, F. C 1" fi W . Jackson Blvd. 

Llewellyn, Ralph C 1^16 First Natl. Bank Bldg. 

Marx, Samuel A 775 W . Jackson Blvd. 

Matteson, \'ictor Andre La Salle, Illinois 

Mayo, Frnl:st A 140 S. Dearborn St. 

McLaren, Robert James Old Colony Bldg. 

Morehouse, M. ] 21 14 Fisher Bldg. 

Morse, Jared K 1400 Monroe Bldg. 

()tti:nheimer, Henry L Fort Dearborn Bldg. 

PiNC.REY, Roy C" 2()g S. La Salle St. 

Ramey, (iEORGE F Champaign, III. 

Reed, Fare H., Jk 47 3(^ Lake Park Ave. 

Rice, Josiah L 162J Sunnyside Ave. 

Rogers, John A i6ij Ashland Blk. 

Root, John Wellborn 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Shiavoni, Mario J 1400 Monroe Bldg. 

Schlacks, H.J 10 S. La Salle Si. 

Shattuck, Walter F ig S. La Salle St. 

Smith, William J 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Somers, Fi.bert S 64 E. Van Burcn St. 

SwERN, 1'erry W 41 / S. Grove Ave., Oak Park, III. 

Walcott, Ru'ssell S ig S. La Salle St. 

Warren, William Arthur 10 S. La Salle St. 

Wright, Clark C 2007 Peoples Gas Bldg. 

Stevens, Will A 141-/ Railway E.xchange 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Baumann, Fredi;rick -744 Pi'ic Grove Ave. 

Hill, Henry W 1 3S N. La Salle St. 

Hutchinson, Chakles L i ^S S. La Salle St. 

Matz, Otto H 120 E. Oak St. 

'Pakt, Lorado 6016 Ellis Ave. 

W^XCKER, Charles l\ 1^4 S. La Salle St. 

Whitehouse, F. M I Madison Ave.. .Yew York, N. V 

Wight, Petek H 122J E. 4yth St. 





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AMI KK'W \(\I)I..M\ IX KDMi;, hu, I'.irk \ ., .. \ , ,, \'.>i-k. 
\\ . 1. W \kl) /../ /'./;/■ L... A. „ York. 

lo >( irrn in llic ('linnli ui San I'rl I'linin. lioln-na. 



II Roman \ ilia at Haii < > HufLihc-f, I i.i-ial i 
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Cliurih, ChiraLjo. 

I)().\ KINXI'A' ■ i/jo l-J.iiur I'l.ir,'. 

25 Skc'ttlu'S lor Mural I )(.'(()rati()ns in Corridor and Wslihuir, Trinity I'lpisiopal 
Church, ChicaL^o. 

MAR\I.\ \). Ci)\l-: -~4J2(> C;r,i)i(l lilnl. 

2() Skcttlu's lor Mural Decorations in Corridoi' and \'cstil)ulc, 'l'riiiil\ Kpisiopal 
Church, Chicat^o. 

ASilMW ASHin' & SCIiriy,!'. --17s lIVsV ./,;,/.•>, 0/ AV;*/. 
j; Ilifj;h .School at Capron, 111. 

.\\\sr.MH. (;i';()R(;i-; ■ is,j Wr^i M^di^.m si. 

j,S I'ropoM'd Ci\ic ('enter. I'!au Claire. W'i--. 
:o i'roposi'd Cit\' Huildin'4. I'.au ('laire. Wis. 
■,0 Proposed .Vuditoriuni. i'",au Cdaire. \\'i>. 

H.\KH1:R & M. .MCRR \\' /■.'. .~ /'. Hiiih/nr'.. /\noxu'!/,\ I'nni. 

;i Interior ot Re-^idence lor .\le\ Honiuiiian. K now ille, I'enii, 
^ ; House lor Mr. C. 11. Haker, Know ille. Tenn. 
:; ^ House lor .Mr. J. .\llen Smith, Knowille, Tenn. 

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\<> Warri'U I'ri/.e ( 'onipet it ion A ('ount\ kair (iround- 

R. .M. Ri:.\M:i)N L'nrn.ll r,i,.,r^itx. nii.u.t. \ . V. 
^7 ru|)in Pri/.e ( 'oin|)et it ion An Aeroplane. 

j. sua, Id. .l/,//Vr lln-o),.. A,., 1 ,';■/'. 

,s (da-~- li Projet - .\n Aeronautic School. 

H. s. kirci[p.i-;r(,i;r ^Comr'i CuiirrMty. hi, ui. \. v. 

Spi-! hil J'riy L'nn f)'" ij joii ■ 

;ii .\ ( 'reniatoriuin ; Plan. 

40 .\ ( 'reiiiatoriuni ; kdevation. 

41 .\ ( 'renialoriuni ; Sect ion. 

j. (). \ l-:(.i:/./I .l/c//Vr i'orhrll. \ , :. ]',,rl.:. 
4.: (da>.-i li .\nal\ti(|ue .\n laid Pasilion. 

('. Pil'.I.V CnhiDihiii I ' )iiii r\it\. .\r,. Per/,'. 

4;-, Cla-- .\ and H .\rchaeoloi,'y Prnjet .\ Idoreiit ine lied Rooni oi t lu- i ^Ih Cent ur\- 

P. kl.X rXOR ' Mrlirr W'ynki'ofy. \r., P„r/.'. 
44 {'la-~ A Projet .\ .Monastic ("hurch. 



!■;. A. I.l-;il'l'l Alrlirr lliroii^, \r.c York. 

• 15 Class. \ I'rojcl A liiuikiiiL; Rdoin. 

\'>\'M\^ , ('. H., & C. I'. (iOri.l) ncnuv l-UiildiH'^^Sr.itll,', Wash. 
.(') Krsidt'iKcs. 

-17 ConinuTcial Uuil(lin;,'s, St'altir, Wash. 
.|S liuildiiif,' for llu- ■|'i^u■^ I luc^lnicnl Co. 
40 Home l';(()nomi(> IJuildin;.,', l'ni\ cr^ily ol' \\ 'a~.hin^lon. 

lil'Ilk, 1:. IIII'.O. /,-/ /•;„,/ /..>,V .S7. 

50 Decoration lor Tlicalrc, Skcic li. 
:; I ( )inanifnt in ( "olor. 

lil';.M.\.\, S. S. ijM \li\'on),i,k Ihiildin-. 

S ' I'roposi'd l''ir>t l'rcsl)\ Icriaii Cluircli. 

V-; Ixcsidi'iuc lor .Mr--. I'.. II. Stone, .Siou\ ('il\, loua. 

lM'..\.\i;d'd\ I-;. II. iSun RaiL.ax h'.xJhiif'r lliiildiii-. 
5.1 I'lan ot ( )tta\\a, ( "a|)ital of Cana<la. 
.S,^ ( i\ie ('enter. lUooklvn. .\e\s N'ork. 

.t'i I'lan ol (.rant I'ark. ('Iiiea.uo. Ixiween Ivamiolpli and |ai k-on Si-,. 
,=;; t.eneral I'lan of St . Jo--e| )li .Manor. I'.lkliarl, Ind, 
5S I )ia,L,o-ani ol --u^^je-led .\ rran'^enieii I for (.rani i'ark. 

lii: I rs, w iidd AM li. / //, .1 .hhiiid r.hnk. 

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do Skinnei' I onnlain. ( )ak I'aik. III. 

i;( )|)l.\l'. ,s|' \\Ji;i< CO. I inn Cli.il/uini Coiirl. 

'o l)eeorali\e I laek'^'rou nd- foi' .show Window-, ■ s d rawi n^-, 1 

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'1; W indow ol Si. Coni-, Kiimof I'lanee, l\arl\ IicikIi. 

i>.\ ^llield em ir( led i)_\ ( larler. 

liOSWOklll, Wlld.lV.M \\l.l,Li:s .-_'7 /■///// I.e., .\"e. ),,;■/. 

d^ Aplirodile I'eniple. ( ,arden of J,,lin I ), Roekefeller. \'.-\ . I'oi ,mi ii o l|i| 
,\ ew \ oi'k . 

Ilk \r\. W lldd A.M I'. i\u M' ^/ l/,;<//w.;/ .N7. 
'1(1 llaniplon Coiirl \| >arl nieiit -. ( dm a'_;o. 

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IlkN \.\, (d;(dl. I-,.. In. . / ;^n 0//\ lUiild'ni:,. 

'iS (dia|)el, ('ommnnily .Maii-olenni. M. I', ml. .Minn. 



(k) Dicoralix r I'ancl. Wati'i' Color. 

70 A I<a\ iiiia (iardni. WakT ( "olor. 

71 riu' \<ci\ I'lTj^ola. Walcr Color. 

-J Coriur of ni\' Studio. Water Color. 

7^ Ms House. Water Color. 

7.1 M\ Studio. \\ atel- Colo r. 



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7 ^ I lonu' ol' .\\ ery Cooiile\ . 

-() (iardeii oi .\\c-r\ Cooiiie\ s Home. 



(■ \.\1 1'illd.i,. i:i).MC.\l) S. I'll,- Aii I )f~liliili 01 i'liiid-o. 

77 l''ounlaiii ill Koine. \\ ater ( 'olor. 

-S 'I"he Mardi Cra- l.o.ue oi the Chiea^'o Sehool ol Arehileeture 

71) Slud\ (or an .\eaden;ie IMan. 

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R. s. SI.Ml'SOX. 

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S4 .\n i'.nd l'a\ilion, 

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S:; .\n l.nd ra\ilioM. 

C. j. L.MM'iJA. 

Ml .Mea-nre(i 1 Jrawiirj. 

II. II. I'l.Auci;. 

S7 .\n ( )riental !■ Kuiilaiii 

H. I.. .^.Mrni 

,^S \ \Io\ inu' I'i( ture I'laiit. 

C, II. \',i)\\). 

80 A Roman I'lca--ure lioal. 



J.\.Mi:S P.. McCOOR. 
go A Colonnade, 



CIIASI':, I'k.W'K I).- U2 Soiilh \l'ulii'^,ni Air. 

(;i Skelch ol Ki-sidciict'. 

()!' N'it'w ol Taiiyard IUlil<lin^^ "New North Work^" (if tin- Wilder 'I'amiiiifj; ("o., 

W'aukfj^'an, Ilk 
()j \'if\vs of IvxU'rior and 1 ntcrior of "W'hilt'hall," The l)a\li[,dit Machiiu' Shop of 

tin- ("oiisohckitc'd I'rcss Co., al Ilastini^rs, Mich. 

CH.\I"n',.\ ^: iI.\MM().\l) r-)/ /■.'./.v/ Win iUirniSl. 
i).\ Store and Ollice liuildinL;, W'innclka, Ilk 

(•iii-;\i-;n\ iiowwrd L()\I';\\i;i.l ;r» Xorih .\n,in'',!ii a,,'. 

(;5 I'hirtecnlh Church of Christ, Scicntiht, ('iiicajio. 

Qd .\ I'roposcd Hoick 

o; W cnI I'ow II Slatt- Hank, ('hica;^o, l',\tcrior. 

o>S W c>t Town State liank, Chica.t^o; lMlcrior>. 

CUlC.\(i() AkClIkl'liClTR.M, CM'lk OklDOOR Skl.l'CIl Ck.\SS. .Mr. kinic^ 
liionilickk I )irci tor. 

ci'.oRci'; k. i;.\k\r.M. 

()() Jackson I'ark. 
loo rni\-crsity of ( "hica^o. 

cnic.\(,() .\Rciiiii;ci CR.xk ckki;, i.,i, ir.w i;kk\(, .^cll()k.\l<slllk co.Mki; 

II IIO.X. 

loi .\ ConipctilioM tor a .Memorial kilirar\ in ihc (dlonial .^l\le. 

Tilt' prill \ ()/ S.1-' -; liiivi Ix t II (Idihilii! hy Ihc ( '///( i;i,'c /■'.;< c lU h k . h mii i^iliuii . /'//- 
///•n/ f>ri:i III Sj-;" .> /// /'c ii\i-(l hy llir ..'nnirr inr ,i trip ol iin hih i I iiral \litil\ iiiid 
ii/iMr:'iiliiiii ill III, l-'.ii\l. Jury nj lU^-iinl: P.il,.iii II. i'lark, Ira W . Ilooiir, and 
(.'luslrr II . \\',il,i,ll. 

Iir>t Vy'\/.v Roy karxm. 
Second I'ri/.e .Xrchiliald S. .Morphell. 
khird I'ri/.e ( icor^'c k. Uarnuni. 
lir^l .NKiition Pierre Hlouke. 
Second .Mention kdward .^teinliorn. 



cnic.\(,() \Rciikki;ckrR.\k i:xiiiKkki(>.\, ( wi.vi.oc co.m.mii i 
II IIO.X lOR I'osii:!^; \xi) C()\kR oi c\i ai.oi,. 

io..' lii>t I'li/c he-iun liank k. \cnninL;. 

10-; Second I'ri/.i' l)e--i,u'n k. lit/.^erald ^imp-i>n. 

lo.j khird I'ri/.t' hesi;,oi llukcrl \. >initli. 

105 liisl .Mention .\llen \\ . Wears. 

io'i Second .Mention kx'iii. hfanklin ( )Kon. 



kk, CO.Ml'h 



ciiic.\(,<) s( nook Ok .\R( nil i.( ikki: oi ini 
ixsi kkCkh; Ok ii:( iixoko(.\ . 



\k I IX>II1 k I I'. .\XI) AR.MokR 



R. Ik kCR/OX. 

107 .\ l'ul)li( I' ormal ( larden. 

loS ,\ hinini: Rooni for a Cakinet .Mciniier. 



W. k \ k;SSkkAk 
100 .\ I'uhlit lornial (larden. 



i;. I). iMi'.Rki;, 

MO All I'lpiscopul l';il;ui.'; l\k'\alion. 
I I 1 An I''.|)isfo|);il I'ahue; IMan. 

M. R. WALI.ACi:. 

MJ StU(l\- ol' tlu' Roman Doric (Jrdcr. 

S. M. I.II>S{'IH'i;iy,. 
I 1 :; A l)inin,L( Room I'or a ('al>in(i Mcmhci'. 

K. A. M( (iRi;W. 

114 A Count ry ( 'lul). 

1:. I'. (H'l.W. 

115 I )rtail ol l^iid^'t'. ^ 

Ill.DS .\.- SMITH Proph ^ (;,/^ Ihiililin-. 

1 i() Inli'iior ol' Calr, Mfna>lKi, \\ is. 

1 17 Detail ol" Calr, Mcnahha, W is. 

iiS Ri'sidcnc (.■ at Xccnali, Wis. 

110 Rcsidi'ntc for Ralph isham. Montin ito, ( "aiilornia ; i'.xU'rior. 

1 .'o Ri'-idcnir for Ralph Dham, .Monlccilo, Caliloriiia; InUrini-. 



(d.A^, .\LhRI-:D ('. JO,- Colhx Ahhoi l\uildiii:[. MiL..uik,r. II /\. 

iji I'lopoM'd .\1 ilw aiikt-f Riser 1 mpro\ cmfiit . 

ijj ( 'oiitiMiiplatcd l'',.\po>it ion at .M(l\inlc\ I'ark, .Milwaukee, \\ i- 

Semi ( eiileuuial. 
I J.; l'a\ilion at Ko>eiu>ko i'ark, .Milwaukee, W i■^. 



\\ i-^eon^in Mate 



CO.X.MCK. ( l!.\S. j. u Ilarionrl Si.. Ilosloii. l/,;ss. 

I J4 Sketch for t he 1 1 at hew a \ .Meimwial W imhiw , .Marion, .\1 a--. cVn hilect unkmiw n. 1 
I J ^ De--iL;n lor W indow i n I low c >( Imol ( 'hapel . I lnw c. hid, \ on I InUi \ k'v le, Ar( hi 

tect-,' 
1 .Wi l'rop()>t'd .Mi'nmrial Window, llin-dale ( 'tini:rei;at idiial (diurch, lliu^dale. 111, 

d'allmad,m- ^; WatMUi, .\ichitect- 
1.^7 I'ropoM'd 'i'ran^epl Window-, lir-l .M . Ik (liunh, k'.s an-tnn. 111. I'allniadue \- 

W at-oi\. .\rchitecl-. 1 
I .\S Proposed .\a\-e W indow -, k'ir-l .M . 1',. ( 'hurt h, k', \ an-ton. 111. ' d'all madue \- Wat 

-on. .\rchite( I-, 
I .'() St Martha Panel, llalliewa\ ,Memiiiial Window, .Maiinn, .Ma--. c\warded (kiII 

.Medal at San k'ranci-co, 1015,1 

COOl.lDt.k: &• ll()D(,l)()\ I II S,iiilh l.<i.S,ill, .S!.. { lii,,i-n. 
I -io lent li ( dmr( h ol { 'hri-t , S( lent i-t . ( dii( a^'n. 

CORW l\, k., D, /.-;,.- 11 , >/ l/e;,o-,„ ,S7. 
\ ;\ I llinni- N'ai lit ( 'luli. 
I ■; ' kowcr, M unii i|)al I'ier, 



( R()Wi:\, ,s\M['k.l. .\, ,'M .\'orli, /..i.S.i/h .Si. 

I ■; •; .Mercantile liuildini,'. Lake .^hore Dri\e and ( )liio St, 



l)'.\SCl';.\/.(), XICOI.A ihuS l.iidlo..' SI., /'/i/!,i,l,i/>/n:i. /',;. 

'.vl 'I'liitli, Hope, Charilx ." Suininil l'rcsl)\ U'rian ( 'hurth, ( a'rmaiilow n , I'a. 

i.-i.S .\ali\ity." Suinniil l'irsl)\ Icriaii ( "hurcli, ( icTiiiaiilown, I'a. 

I,-;'' I'ilcxalion of Chaiuc-I lor Si. Joseph's Chunh, l)a\-l()n, Ohio. 

1,^7 .Memorial Window, Si. (ieorKn''s ( 'hur(•h-,-^l■a Urij^Mil, \. ). 

|,VS Slu(l\ lor a .Memorial Window, Si. I'alrick's Church, rhiladelphia. 

\ M) "W isdom, Seiiaux' and Uu- NOuth;" "Religion and ihe l^'anuU ." 

I). WIS, .M((,R.\ril & Kl|':SSid.\(, 17^ riUh Air., \r..- ]-„rL 
i.|o lloust's loi- llie CiNie linildin^ Co., Idinl, .Miih. 
i.|i llou>es lor Ihe Ci\ i( liiiiidin^' Co., Mini, .Miih. 

I)i,(.()1.\I';K, k, S. 7^, /',■,>/>/,", (ni-. /iiul,/i)i;'. 
i.\: .\parlment I5uildin;,^ jaekson, .M irh. 
i.p-; .\parlment Uuildin.L;, ( 'hi( a^o, 

l)i;i..\.\() \- AI.DkiCIl /J^) /'../s/ ,v\/// .S7., .\,„ ]„rk. 
1)1 ( )ni( e oi I )elano tV .\l(li-ieh. 

DO.MI.XK In, W . 1-. ; 11 Vs/ j,jll, Si.. A ,•„ 1 ork. 
\^^ J-arm iluildini,'- al ( ireenwit li. Conn. 

I.CKI.A.M). ir(,.\kl) \- K.\.\l'i> ir>j/ Il,,rn. Tni.l Binh/nr^. 
i.l'i Apartment- on i-;a>t helaware I'huc. 
i.t; i'aii->h Ilou-t' lor St. Mark'- I'.pi-i i ipal Chun h. 
i.lS l.eno\ Cojle^'c. Ilopkiiilon, Iowa. 

!:.\iiirk\, w.MAk, ii / ,v .i/././/,v,v/ .i,,., .\r,. r,<r/;. 

1(1) ('ullnian lirollu'r- lUiildini,', i(>i {■ronl St., .\ew N'ork. 

I .=;o Cullman Hrothers HuildiiiK, Un |-ront St.. \ew NOrk. 

I S I Kniikeriiix kei- ( 'ouni r_\- { 'luh. d'enallw .\ . j. i :; photograph-.) 

i,S' llou-eol W'm. I lunt inj,'lon Halxoc k , ( )\ -ter l;a\-, 1,. I, 

I .v-; lloii-e oi |'rol'e--or !'. II. Con-lant. i'rincetoii, .\ , |. 

151 lloii-e ..I k. .M. k.lli-, {.real .Xec k, k. I. 

i.v^ l>ooi\\a\ lo 1). W . .\\e llou-e. kew, I,. I. 

15'' [■', nl ram e lo ke-iden( c at Cardeii ( 'it \ , I .. 1 . 

i.V; llou-e ol' .Mr-, j. .\. W il-e\ , lai^lew 1 lod . \. |. 

i;k.Mi:i,l\(,, k.M.i'll W . i /,,j S,u<rlly i;:nl,/in-;. 
I v^ San I'rudi'ii/a, kome. 
I =;o koman ( )inament , 

I.W !■ Id.. II \/,ld. ( kOW ;/ ; k.,1 „ .S/,. /,,/);./,.;/, ///. 

i ''O I •(■( oral i\ e k.inel, 

k.Wld.k. JA.Mk.s C\l)^ i;:n Rrpuhh, Hin!,ii>r;. 

I'M I )e-iL:n lor "^lai^e .^-eltiiiL' 
\.\K\. WII,S()\.\- .\kll,\AI.\l l'hiln,l,-lph!., .nut Sr,. \o,k. 

// mil III- II ill 1, 1 1 11: . ( .niiih \ RrSidni, , m ]\ ,ilh y .\l . .1 r 'inrj ■■ . I:-.,/ , ;/,,;;■ .\lnli.i. /',;, 

i ').' Sunt h ,^ide. 

|'l.^ Sl.iir Hall. 

I 'i.| \ ore ( 'ourt I ',nt I'aiii e. 

I '|,S I'.nt ramc \e-t ilmle. 

I 'I'l Ijit ram e I rout . 

I ''7 \ iew ol I'errai e-. 

i''S I'km n| I |(in-e and ( iioinid-. 



I'|;RM;1\I';S &■ CRAMKK /'(//<>/ lUiUdnii:,. M il\. linker, W is. 
!()() Rtsidfiuc 1)1' .Mr. Julius .\u(li;u', .Milwauki'c. 

170 Ri'sidcncr ol" .Mr. Louis Kuiiii, Milwaukee. 

l'iSIIi;R. RllM.l'l'S' & l.i.lU)r'l'Il.l.Ii:R /, nromjirld Sl., Ho.^lon, .\l,i>s. 

171 Skctcli Plan for (ianii'ii at I'ranklin, .Mass. 
\ - : (iardni al l''ranklin, .Mass. 

I'ROS'J', ('1I.\R1.I''.S S. n>^ Soiilli ImS,iII, SI. 

17:; l,al)orator\ of the .Mcnioilal In-^liUilr for Infrctious l)i-rasi's, Chicago. 

( .ll.lii'.R!', CAS.s j/j M.kHm'ii .I,,., .\<,\ ]',irk. 

17. ( All .Mu-runi and l-orcst i'ark I )o\ ilopnirnl , M . i.ouis, .Mo.; I'lan. 

175 Art .Mu-funi and i'orc-t I'ark 1 )c\ cK)] )im'nt , Si . Louis, .Mo.; I'.lfval 1011. 

(,iLLi:ri 1;, i;i)\\ L\ !■. ^ Soiilh Ihai-horu Si. 

170 L.iu (aliin for .Mr. i'.riu'-t (' . .\\\n- at Loni: i'cak, I'.-ti'- i'ark. Colo. 
177 l'ro|)o->c(l llotrl lUiildin.L;, ( hit a^o. 

(.OODliri:. RI'.RTRA.M (.. j 11 < ^/ lylh SI .. \ i\.- York. 

17S Proposed Rr-idnuc lor J. I',. Aldrrd, l'.-(|,. Lot \i-.t \allc\ . L, I, 
17,) Pro|)o-r<l Rc-idnuo lor J. V.. Aldrcd. V.m\.. Lo( u-t \ allr\ , L, 1. 
iSo Pari-h Ilou-cforM. Pcli'r's ( 'luin li. .M orri-tow 11, X.J. 

(dCAIIA.M, lirR.XllA.M \- CO i fi : l<dih.ii\ I-.m li<iu-^, Ihn'ldnr;. 

iS I 1 ,(|uilalilr liuildin.i:. .\r\\ \ oris. 

iSj lliitlrr Protlirr- IU!ii<lin,L'. Chii aijo. 

1 S .; >kcU li of Cnion Mat ion, ( 'lura'^o. 

I S.) skrl< li of Cnion S|;iti,,ii, ( 'lura.^o; i;irdX \\\v \ ww . 

\S^ skclili iif Cnion Mation, Cluia,t,'o. 

iS(i Skcli li of Cnion Malion. ('hicauo. 

1S7 .^indv of Continculal iV Coinnicrual Rank liuildin;:. Cliita.L^o; \ it'\\ ol Colonnade. 

iSS Skctili of ( 'out inrntal \' Coninu-rc iai H;ink Ruildinu'. Chi<;i^o. 

,N,, Cliarcoal >kct( li. ( 'ontimntal \- Coiiinu'n ial Rank RuildiuK. Cliica^^o, 

I ()o I'iCd .M u-ciini. ( 'lu( ami. 

(,R \\ . R M.PII W , I.J ( o,r;r, - .S7., li,>.lo,i. I/,;-. 

101 skri.lu- lor Painted llaimiiiu'^ for II;ir\ard Clui), Rosloii, .Ma-, > drawin-v 

(,Rld-.,\. P\CI, I,:,, ; Tuili'im niiih/ni-. ( liii '1^". 
10.' skrti lir- 111 I )i-lfmpcr. 

( ,Ri;(,()RN , J( )1IX /'.'/r l>yi:iil...i\\ ,\ '\- 1")/ . 

I,), ■Wo.Mliuiupli." 1 )(■( oraliNc li-urc lor ^tiwlio Cardni ol .M r^ llarr\- I'axnc \Miit- 
nc\ . Pliolou'rapli. 

II \|d,, 1,.MI,R\ ^^ I \XI ORI) ,'-Mo 11 , / \j,nnnr SI. 

10 I 1 nimaiiiul llapti-t iCmplr ol ( dii( au'o, 

11 \L1,, ( ,II.P,f,R r P. / /"M \hnno: fliilhliir.:. 

i(j^ W ati-r ( 'olor >kct( lif- in ( .rcci r. 
lod >kcl( lie- in k'.^xpt . 



HAKI'M.W, W. A. i6i , I'.ti.sl -,^^1/1 SI., Chicii^o. 
107 I)csi|^Mi lor a Mural I )cT()rat ion. 

iii;i.\i(.Ki'; & s.Mirii a,. ],»■/.■. 

i()S I'r()|)()si'(l Mi-niorial, Window, liinsdak' Coii^Ti'i^Mt ioiial Church, lliiis(hilc'. 111. 
('I'allniadf^'f ^.' Watson, .Vrrhitects.) 

ili'-.W ri"!' &• (iR.WCil'-.k hyi Hiillill nuildiir-, /'ln!<ulr!/>/n.i. 

i()<) llott-1 l)u|)ont, .\tlanti( ('il\, \. j. 

.•00 l)inini; Hall .Vddition to the Ilill .'m hool, I'otlslown, I'a. 

.'oi I'roposcd Ollicf liuildin;;, i^lh >^ti<\ Locust Sts., I'hihuk'lpliia. 

.'o._' I'hiladclphia ^'. W. ('. .\., Kensington liranch. 

ilOlX.KI.XS, IIOWWKI) C. i;,j W'r^l \\',l^lnll-lon SI. 
■o { i l()U--c at .\I iddlcl)Ui'j;. \ a. 

IIOl.k.M.W, (A!-;!, <;ni \ Soiilli Dr-irhon, SI. 

'O 1 .Model ot l\a\ inia 'i"o\\n i'.nt ram e lo lli.uhland Park. i|n ■; ."sections.' 

IIOl.AKIkl) \' ROClIi'; I /no \l,>iin>, iliiiliiiif^. 

•o^ .sketch. 

'0(i ('hi(at,'o Xur^TN ami i iait' ( Jiphan \^yluni. 

'07 I )clail ol I 'ni\ (■r>il \ ( lul). 

■oS ( .arrttt liihiiial In^-tituh, 

.•0() ( lai'rct t i!ilili( al I n^t it ul c 

MO St ud\' lor I nlcrior ol ( '.i ic. 

IIOL.MI'.s, kAl.l'il .'w ; I'hillij,^ .1,,., rnUnn-'Ji. /',/. 
'II I )iHora I lon^. 'k.iu'lit SuNjcct ■-. 1 

llOL.s.M \\. lil.\K\ K. ;ijS,>,,lli 1//, ///-,;;/. I ,r. 

'I ' ('il\ .\alional liank. I iplon. Iowa. 

llol'KI.Ws. AMKl'.l) /o/ /'„r/ .!,,., .\ , „ ),,//,. 

.M ■; ('ourt II0U--C at ScioikI .\\i'. and Sciond St.. \C\\ \ ork. 

' I -i hairy, l-^'-talc ot ('. \'. Hrokaw , l',^(|., (den ( 'o\ c, L. 1. 

.•15 i'arni HuildiiiL;--, l.^tatr ol Ilcnrx .M . I illoid, 1\-(|.. .Monroe, .\ , \'. 

.1(1 I ai'ni Huil(linu'>, l'.-~latr of ( .eoru'c S. Krcw ■-tcr. \'.^i\.. HrookxHIc. I,. 1. 

ilOWId.L.N, jOliX \li:.\l) l~,' l-'o:, rill .{:•.. \r.. l-.r/ . 

.■17 .Musical I )ci lai't nu'iil UuildinL;, ilarvard \ ni\('r^it\ 

ind)i:, ROHIMM' M. J ;j SoKlli l..iS,i/l,Si. 

'i> .\ul)urn I'ark .Ma-onii irniplc, ('liii.iu'o. 

.Mo Terra C'olta i'oimtain, ,\uiiui"n I'ai'k .Ma-oni( leniple. 

.'.'o Kri>tan Hakiu'M'o. Huildinu. 



ll.idXol.s. r.\l\ I-.RSllA Ol' I'rh.ni.i. III. 

^M Water ('oloi' 1 'er--|ieet i\c ot a proposed k.duealion liuildinu lor the l'iu\ ei'--it v ol 
Illinois, MIolaliird \- Ro(h('. Xrcliil eets. 1 



ILLINOIS, L.\l\ i:kSI r\' Ol', DI'.LAK r.Mi;.\L OV AKCIILil'.C'LrKI': hin^lnrrmr' 

Hull, I'rluuhi. III. 

H. i;. DIRKS. 
-'jj A I'omni'iaii Court \ ;u(l. 

I'!. I. I\()HI;R. 
_'j,^ A MiMiioiial Museum. 

.\l. L. Ri;.ML\(.L()\. 
jj-l .\ii ,\Lit()in()l)ik' SaK'>ii)(im. 

!•;. IMIIL(.ARI). 

J J5 A Hankiu'j; Si rcni. 

i:. L. HLIX. 

j:(i a .Miiiuiiiii.ntal Appioai li; I'lau. 

jj"; A .Moiiuimiital Appmai h ; l'Mc\ at inn. 

.\. I'. IJROWX. 

J jS A Ri'iiai^^aiii r ( lardi'ii. 

jA( kS()\. JOIIX I'. /,vA />';■(',;(/.. ,;\\ .\r,. ]',irk. 

:2() Ri'-i<K'iu r lor .M i\ li. I >. iU'iison, l'a--aii , \. j 

J \\SSi:\ & AHIiOTT C, llllirv Ihllhl/'ll;'. /'/lll.l,lr!f,/!i.l. /',i. 

j,-;o William I'ciiii Hotel, Lit t^Lur^'h, La. ■ Lrr^pcet i\ c and ■; i'liolo'^'rapli- o 

J ■; I Rr->i(Uinr loi Aiixm \'.. ('.irnill, I.m),. Rydal, La. 

j-;j I hr ('ountr\ ( luL ol Jlarri-^huru, La. 

J V-; i\r-iden( (■ lor Harry W. Crol't, \-'.^i.\.. ( ■ rciiiw ii li, (oim. 

: ^.\ ('luirch. 

J •; S Ri'--idrn( I' tor l'homa> A. .\h ( li nli\ , \-.>(\.. Si'w li kicv . La. ' ; ^uLict t-, i 

J1,.\KI.\S. IL\RRN !)()h(,l'; njn \\',uhII,i:.ii /',irk. 

.? ;(i ( )ld kf^idcnrr u-cd lor Hiudi Siliool, ('oinmiiia. S. ('. 
J-;; Rf-idcncc lor Mr. L. .\I. ('Ii\ci'. Woodlawn Lai'k. 
J ^S ( )ld I'.ntrantc in ('olumiiia, S. ('. 

joii.x.sioxi:. li:r(A' w ;<> .\,.r/ii MiJu'^.m a,. . 

J ■;() >ki't( li lor Lutheran ( liurili. ( 'liii au'o. 
J40 Lratt .Manor .\part mcnt-. ( dii( au'o. 

J()XL^ &.■ I LRIlRIXt ,I:R i m l',,rhr Duililni ;. M i w phi^ . I , >in . 

: \\ Rc-idcni (■ loi- .Mr. S. .M . .\ i( k(\ . .Mi niplu~, I Vnn. ; l,i\ ini: Room. 
: .\ : Rr-idrnrr lot .M [■. S. .M . .Xiikrv. .\lrm|)lii--, Icnn,; >un Room. 
.•.!■; Rr-idriK (■ lor J udu'c John .Mi (all, .M rmphi-. I'm n ; I '. xtcraor. 

j( )\ . S. >(\} 11 / / / N II - / ;W// SI. 

.'It Skrti h ol I hr >rnl inci l!ai lirlor .\ part mm I ~. 
, J.) ^ Xort hrrn joMiiiiL; ( H. liuildin;,'., in the ( 'ml r,d .M anutai t urin'j I )i-t rii t 
.'.T'"' \\ hitr ( 'il_\ ( 'old Stora.L'r Luiidin.L'. in t he Xrw ( 'miral .M.innl'ai I urin^' I )i-tiii I . 
-■17 ('. M. I), ('cntral l-'rri.uht Station. .Xorthca-I \irw. in llir .Xi'w ('mtral .Mannhu 

t urin^' I )i^t ri( I . 
.'.p'^ d\|)iral Loll Lmldin;;, in thr .Xrw ( 'ml ral .M anulai I uriuL' l)i-lriit. 
.'.p) I'., j. lirarh ( 'andy ( 'o. lUiildiiiL:, in I he ( 'ml ral .M anul'ai I iiriuL' Li-lrut. 
J50 Ri'^iilmic ol S. Sr( it t [o\ . 



KAWASIII.MA, KIICllIRO ij l-.asl i.lli Si., S c:c York. 
..'5 I Door Screens, "Coniinf^ and (ioinj^;." (j Desii^iis.) 
.'5' I'eacoek Lady; ( )\ t'riiianlel I'ieee. 

I.1';A\1'I"I\ ClIARl.l'.S WI'.I.LI'ORI) jji) Hroadi.aw \cic York. 

.'5.-; Swimmini; I'ool, l.ookini^' towartl Residence, for .\. li. ('o\e, l'',s(|., I'aoli, I'a. 

_'54 Sleps l.eadinij; from Rose (larden, for ('. I'"., ("oxe, l';s(|., MaUern, I'a. 

_'55 Rose (iarden for (.'. K. Coxe, I'lsq., MaKern, I'a. 

J5() 'I'ea Ilousi' with l''ounlain, for A. R. ("o\e, IOs(|., I'aoli, I'a. 

l.()\l)Al.l., (il'lORC.I'', !■■. /",',V .S S,nilh Dcailioni SI. 

J57 Slioi'c A( ii'> AparlMu-nls. 

.'5S Swedish (hunli, vSlli A\i'. and Dakin Si, 

LOW!', & H()LU';.\H ACHI'.R 1 1 l'.,!^! .f ,i,k.uin l^l.d. 

.'SI) lir^l Methodist ■■'.pi'-iopal ( liurth, Lad_\ smith. Wis. 

Scr iiImi I'almer ^' I lornho^tel, Lo\\i&- Hollenl)a( her, .N^^oi iated Anhileit--. 

1,1 [)I.()\\ (.V- !'!■;. \R()I)\ 1,11 r, irk .\ir.. .\r:,' ]'<n-k. 

.'do I )elail of WOrk. 

.\1.\III.R, (.i;()R(.l. W . jn.\ Soill/l l.:lS,lllr SI. 

ji>[ Re-^idencc for .Mr', .\nio- ('. .Miller, kenilwort h, ill. 

.'().' Summei- Re-^ideiuc of .Mr. 1',, !,. Kinf.;, near Winona, .Minn. 

.'(1 ; l,i\ ini; Room. Summer i'^i'si<leiuc of .Mi'. !■',. R. Kin;:, near W iiiona, .Minn. 

j().\ 'l\'rrace. Summer Rt-^idemc of .Mr. !•'.. L. Kinir, near Winona, .Minn. 

.'(1:^ i'ront \'ie\\ , Winona Sa\ ini;^ Hank and Winona National Hank Huildin^', W inona , 

.Minn. 
j(i(i interior, Winona Savin^^ liank and Winona National Hank Huildin^', Winona, 

.Minn. 
:()■; I'ei-pei ti\ c. Win on a Sa\ in'„'- iiank and W in on a .Nat ional liank Huildini,', W inona, 

.Minn. 

,M()R(.\N. ( ll.\Rl,i:S !.. \iy^o \l,iiin>, liiiililni:'. 

.'(iS ('raxon .Sketi h ol Re-^ideiice. 

.'(i() Sketch ot Re-idence. 

.^70 Sketi ii for Title l'a,L,'e. ( .arret I Hii)ii( al I ic-titule Huildin;: Hooklel , 

.•;i ('ravon Sketi h for()llice liuildiii',:. 

.'7 : Heat lii ( ( reamerN . lllu-^l rat ion- for ('alalo,i:. < .' draw in;:-. ' 'Waller AliUi hlau'cr, 

Ai'i hitei t . I 

: ] ; Sketi h loi' ( 'hurt h 1 n\\ er, 

.';.( I'hoto.u'raph of I'l'U and ink 1-^enderiim. 

.M( )ki., lii.RMt )N , /'-) .\l,h>i, Sqii.n-r. 
.'7 s Sketi h foi- a .M 111 ,d i >c( mat ion 

.Ml 1,1,1,1':. IM kNil.\Ri)i 1,. i;r Hull .\;, .. .\r.. ],nt. 
.•7(1 l.oi\tr .New \ Ork Ironi l'err\ Hoal. • ,; Sket(lu>.i 



.M^Ri'ii^ \- i)\N,\ ,';/ .l/./,//w.;; .!;-.. .\c;, ]',>rk. 

.'77 itetailof i'.ntrance. Ive-idem e of i'ow n-end ( . , i'readw a\ , |-,-i|.. Hri-t ol . ( 'onn . 
.'7,^ i)etail of ('inular ^tairwax. Re-iileiu e of ilioma- W. Hrxant. i;-<|.. i'orrinu'ton. 
( onn. 



J7<) Detail of I'jitraiur, I'vrsidcmt' ol William 11. HaxidK*-', I'.s(|., \\('>t()n. Conn. 
jSo IV-rs|)C(ti\ c of LihraiN' Building, ising llua I'nix rrsity, TckinK, China. 
jiSi l'crs|)CHti\ f of (Hiadranglc, Si. I'auTs Colk'{i;i', I'okyo. Japan. 

McKI.M, Mlv\l) & Wlirri': /<-/ rai-l.' .\vr.. .\r..' ]',>rk. 

iSj The Newark Memorial lUiildiii^^, Xi'wark, X. j.; I'ronI l'',le\ ation. 
jS.; 'Vhv .W'wark Memorial lUiildinj^, Newark, N. j.; I'irst I'loor I'lan. 

Ni.M.MONS, (il'.ORCk; C.. \- CO. uj Sonl/i M i< lil:':iii Air. 

JS4 Adam .Schaaf Huildin,^, Cliiia;^'o; Ivxlerior. 

jS^ .\(lam Schaaf HuildinJ,^ (hiiago; i)etail of Ijiliani i'. 

.\S(i ()lym|)ia i'ield^ Count ry ( 'lull, ( )i\ni|)ia. 111. ( ..' frames. 1 

jS; |- lossmoor ( 'ount r\' ("lull, llossmorr, 111. 1^ Irames.) 

:SS Ra\isIoe Count i\ ('luh, llomcwdod. 111. ' .| Irame^.i 

N\d)i:N. JOHN ,\. n/ 11 ,s/ R,i,idnlpli Si. 

jS() Apartment Building. Biiugrovc and ( )akdale .\\(.'nue--, ('hit ago. 
.'()0 Apartment Building. S7 l'.a-.t I )i'la\\ ai'c I'k'ice. ('liicai^o. 

oi..\isri.i) Bkoriii;k.s ih-ookHnr. .\i.i... 

Hrnok lirld . /\r\i//riiir nl .lay ( (U>kr. Iwij.. ( In -1)111! II ill. I' liil.idi I plii ,1 : 
:(ji I'lanting Ireatnunt at l,\(li (late, 

.'o.' ( lencral \ lew ot l\rrai r. 

.'()•; Ilu- rp|>er I'rrrairand the Mining Room luitranti. 

.'I).) Ihc lerrarc' a^ \ irwcd Irom the Cpper l.t'vi'l. 

'o^ ( lai'den at Beacon I I ill llou-e, .New poi I . Re-ideni e ol \ rl hui' ( 'ui 1 1-- |ami'-, k,^'|, ; 
The .\pproaeh through the I'ergola. • ■ I'hot ol.m aph^ 

\ i\. porl J\r^i<li)ii , III .\l I . .Sir.. ,11! Pnii(:iii: 
j()(i The Main .\pproaeh. 

:<.)- Trc'atment ot the .letting lor ll:e llou--e. 

.^()S Re--iden( e ot .Mr. >. \\ . ('olton. l.^ip. Br\ n .Mawi. I'a Bird^exe \ iew ^howini: 

the placing ol the hou^e and the a rr.inLrement ol the ,idioininL; Lri'ound. 
.'i)o .New port Re~iden( e ol .\I r-. J . R . Bu^k . I lea I men t 1 il I he In .ii^e -i 1 e ,1 nd approai h 

0|>0N. B. IR.NNRI.IN /7J0 C /,,;•/ y;,/r,^; . I ,,,,(//.', ,;^.,e 

■;oo \\ ater( olor, ( 'la^^ ol ; ^ ( late, I nixcr^it \- ol Benn-\ l\ ,i n 1,1 . 1 'Inladelphia . 
•;oi Watertolor. ( 'la--~ ot 'ij,; (late, I id\cr^it\' ol l'enn~-\ l\ ,inia . I'hiladelphia, 
•;o ' The I'riwo^t I'ow er at l)a\"lireak. I'id\er-it\ nl I 'en n^\ l\ a nia . I'hiladelphia. 

OTIS \- ( l..\Rk ^' \nrll, \li,ln^aii .\,< . 

SOS Re-idelK ( . Lake I oi(->t .111. 
iO 1 Re-idelK e. W inilet ka. 111. 

I'\I..MI:R X lIORNBO^ri.L and I.OWl. \ BOl.ld N B \( 1 1 1 R , \^~M,iated \r( hite. t- 
/ / l-.n-l .1.1: k'i'ii .Si. 

^o; I'hi Kaiipa Si'jma kraternit\ flou-e. l',\"an--ton , 111 



IM.CR \- Borro.MM;N ,,;- liUli .\;>.. .\,.. 1 er/-. 

^Qc I'lainfield Municipal Buildini,'; Basement and I ir^t I door I'lan^. 

so; Blaintield .Munitipal Building; Second and riiird Idoor I'lan^and Seition. 

SO^ i'lainlield .Municipal Building: Iron! I\le\atii>n, 

SCO I'lainlield .Mimiiipal Buildinu'. I'er^pec I i\ e. 



'i;\.\S\lA \M.\, IMXI.KSI IN- ()!•, I )i;i'.\RIM lA' T Ol \K( HI'IKCTURK /'//// 

lUlcl ffllid , I'll. 

K. w. iu,aim;. 

:; lo A Monaslii' Chuixli. 

K. c. \\i;l(11. 

.,1 A Imxmu li Drapt'i^ Shop of the XIN'th Century. 

(■ Ri;(,\R and I". I )().M\I l-M'-. 

.; 1 .: WaUTColor I )ra\viiigs. 

joiix I. siii:rii)A\. 

^ 1 ; \ Small Thratrx' lor ( 'anialas. 

jn.us c. MIA i:r. 

.; 11 A I'rix ale 1 )iniii;^ Room. 

I,. \\. SrCKI.RI'. 
; I :; A Moiia-t it ( ■hnr( h. 

(,. .NL I). 1.1, WIS. 

^1(1 A Mo\ ii),L,' I'ii t lire I'lanI . 

:;i- A Measured 1 )ra\\ iiiu' of ( )](] Si . Daxid'-at Radnor, I'cnn^>1\ania, 

ri.RKIN^, M:I,1,()\\>- cV llX.Mll.roX n \orlh (.hn-k Sl. 

.,S \c\\ Ofliic liinldinu of I'n-kin-, l-Cllow-. and llainilton, \r( liitcrt-. Si., Towci 
( 'ourl , ( hit a^o. 



'l.RKl.X^. 1R1.I»I:RH'R W . ;;j Soiilh M iJ'i'-ii>i .\:r. 
R,■^i(i,ll,, III Chii--. //. ,N'( //,.(■/) /)r, I-'.hj: 
; I () \'ic\\ fi'oni Lake, 

^jo 1 )clail of I'.ntraiu (,■. 

^ ' I Six \'ic\\>. 

■ '_■ ( ,ara,i^t'. ( 'otla,m' and SlaliK ( .roup. 

^; ; ,\! ain 1 Mil raiuc ( 'ourl . 

^.'1 Rr-idciui- of \\ illiur 1,. l.aft-an. l-'-ip; d'wo \ icw-. 
■.'^ Rc-idciii r of .Mr-. \ a uiUma cir ; I lure \ir\\-. 
■M, Rc-idciuc of Manu- 1.. I'a\. l.-i|^ I'lirrc \ic\\-. 
•-; Rc-idrnt r an<i ( .ardrn-. 1 )nlulli. Minn. 
:;.'S .M i-i fliancou- Interior-. '; frame- ol pliolou'rapli-. 

T.RRN' \ in(),M.\^ ipij Miiniinil' I'liiihlin-. 
Apartment Huildinu, l,afa\ette I'arkwax 



No, I ' 



^^o \partment HuildinK, I'iuf (.ro\e and .\ddi-on st-. i No. .' i 

^<i \partment iUiildiuK. Heaton St icet , i\o. ,^i 

;:;.' Apartment liuildinu, \\'ind-oi- A\ e. 'No. y 

^^; RiuK I'.dward .\|)art ment-, I'il t -Imrudi, P.i. 'No. 51 

.; M \partment l'.uildin'_', Dearliorn \\"e. 'No. d) 

^^:; \partment Hnildin'„', I .au reui e A\-e. :N(-). 71 

- -(, i ireproof Apartment ilolel, W il-on .\\-t\ and Maiden St. 1 No. Si 

\ IT, ( ll.\Rl.l> \. /"/ I'lirk A.I .. \<.. lAr/;. 

^^7 Hathinu I'avilion for Ral|)h I'ulil/.ir, 1-A<|.. Manh.i-ell, !,. I. 

; ^^ d'errai e Step- and (.arden. ( drdle Kidue. Kalonah. Ne\\- N'ork. 



I'OXl) &■ I'OM) ni l-.a^l V ,ni Burnt Si. 

,-;,•;() Stu(l_\- lor llic I'roposrd Sludciil AluniiKU- Huildiiif,', W rllfslcy, Ma>s. 
.^^o Slu(l\ for till' I'roposc'd Student Alumiuu' lUiildin^', \\\'llcsli'\-, Mass. 
,M I 'V\\v Micliif^'aii rruon; Student and Alumni llonic, Ann Arhor, Mirli. 
,-;4J 'I'lu' .Micliij^'an I'nion; Student and Alunuu Home, Ann Arhor, Mitli. 
^\.\S Skeltli for a Ri'sidenct' at Akron, Ohio. 



I-OI'I',, JOII.X KrSSl'.l.l. ^jj lulll, Ave, \r., V„rL 

I'ctuplc of Ihr Siottish Rile. \\\i.shi ii'^^lcii . I). ( : 

,-;44 \'ie\\s. ( i frames. ) 

,^4,S .Moonh^hl \'ie\\ . 

.•;4(i I'empK' l\oom I'loor I'hin. 

,^47 hront h,U-\ ation, 

,^48 l.lexation ol rempK' l\oom. 

,i4<' ('oh)red liK'valion of I't'iiiple Koom. 

I'OSd', (ii;()K(,i; W.. iV SO.VS /--/ l\irk .l.r., .Vr,. 

,vSo I'ersjxH ti\ t' of Ilott'I Statk'r, St. I.ouis, .\Io. 
,•;,=; I Perspeiti\e of Hotel Statler, Detroit, .Mieh. 



-;•/■ 



POWi.LI,, \\\ i^\K\i-;S ./// Wnillirop .\.r. 

,vS J I )t'eorati\ e I'aneL 
,vv-; 1 >ei c)rali\(' I'anei. 

I'Rl.W., CiaJkCd-; li. Otiuilhi. Srh. 

■;54 House for .Mr. (ha-. .Met/, ()maha, .\eh. 

vv^ I'ir-t i'resl)\ terian Cluin li, ( )maiia. .\el). 

.\-^h llou-eof .Mr. I.. ('. .\ash, ( )maha. Xel). 

^57 .Ma>ord( Temple, ()maha, .\el). 

SA.\i)i;(.ki:.\, .\.\i)kiA\ /// \\',si \\ ,i,i,ni--iou s:. 

,vvS .\parlment Huildini;, ^'i I'ullerton |'ark\\a\. 
vV) Interior \'ie\\- of tlu- ^wcdl-h ('hil>, ('hieai.;o. 



^c iii.\i)id;k, k. .M. J J,. .Srniiii si.ii, .SI. 

■;'io I'ropo-ed ke-ideiue al I ao-. \. .M 
S'li I'ropo-ed Re-iden(ial lao-, \, \\ 
.'•,!<: I'ropo-eil ke-idenieat Tao-, .\. .M 



, I'loor I'lan. 
; I'orrh. 
: ( ' o u r' t . 



S(HI,.\(Ks. H^..\k^ j. i<n_: .Sl„r, ,1.111 Ko.n/. 

,^'iS St. I'dmuiidS S( liool. ( )ak I'ark. Ill I'eii l'er-pe(ti\e 

'>( H.MIDI. kl( H.\kl) 1... (,\khl..\ .\ .M,\kri.\ m/ .Soulh .\h, h,.;,ni .\:r. 
S').! l'er-pe( ti\t' of Hotel kamroii, Sai,'ina\v-. .Mithi^^'an 
S''^ I'relimlnarx- Stud>- of .Mam k.ntran(e ()lli(e i-imldm- loi Laiid-Xoilon ( o 

\\ inona, Minn. 
,^'|'| Hou-e for (leiieral ,M . I). Hardin, Lake lore-t. III. 
■;07 House for (.eneral .M . |). Hardin, Lake kore-t. Ilk, helail. 
.•;'iS ('oluml)ia Ho-pilal (iroup. .Milwaukee, W'i-, 

SCHW i;i/,i;k, J. OVVO jj/,- IL, ^Z \'< ,nni'^,i .Si.. /'/,il,i,/rlf,ln.,. 
.^<>i) .Moll\ I'ili her .Monument . at ('arli-le. l'enn-\ l\ ania. 



SHAW, llOWAkI) uj Soitlh Stair Si. 

•170 Ki'sidrruc of ('.. !•'. Swill, l]<.([.. Chicai^o. 



^71 l\csi(lcn(i' lor .\. R. lOrskinr, l'",s(|.. South iU'iid, Ind.; Water Color rfrs|)c(li\ e. 

Rc-sidriuc for SaiiuK-l I)au(h\-, l'',s(|., and Morris Roscnwald, i''.s(|., Chiia^'o. 
■57.; Ri'sidc'iuc for !•;. (', Shaw, I'lsc;., Akron, Ohio; l'",n trance Detail. 



.1 / 
M 



SISSOX, IIARRN' W. y Soiilh Dcirhoni SI. 
■;7.1 1 loti'l Apartment lUiildin^. ( 'liicaLCo. 

S.MIIdl, I''. A. CrSiliXc; j ^ ricasanl si., .[mhrrsl. \l,l^s. 

\~^ A(u-neral I'lan for Home ( irounds of .M r. ( 'has. Kirehhoff, i".>(|., Wauwatosa. Wis. 
^7() i)ul)lin I'lan Compi'tition, ( u'neral I'laii and Detail'^. (()///v .\ nifrii ,in 1 uniprlilor ; 
aWiirdrd luDu^rdblr inculniii.) 

S.MI'I'II. III'HI'.RI' .\. /•/,// Iron Ihiildimi. I'rlunui. HI. 

i,-; i'eniil Sketeh of i'ari>h IIoum', .New N'ork. 

^7,S Wati-rcolor Rendering. Ruin-- of tin; (Ireal Hall at karnac. 

■;7o Watercolor RenderinL,' of Chapel, V . S. .Militar\ .\( ademw \\ e>l Point, .\ . \'. 

■;So Water Color RiTuK-rin^, South Churcli I'ari-h Hou^e and Rectory, \e\v \ ork. 

■;Si Water Color I\enderin^ ot a .Mausoleum. 

-;S..' \\ alt'r ( 'olor RendtTinK of I'ri/.e Hri( kliuilder ( 'luin ii. > 1 )e-ii;n of ( 'hurc h li\ .Man 
rice l\'atlier. W al eil own . Ma-->.i 

^.Mrill, i.C( l\.\ 1;. J Hcn/ /7/// .S7., \c„ 1,,//;. 

.;S ; Hird'> twe \ ie\s , I'ropo-ed ('onunuiiitN 1 )e\ ilopinenl . .\uroia llills, \a. 
•jS.) ( ieiieial Plan. Propo-^ed ('oinnnmiu I )e\ ejopmeiit , .\iudra liilU. \'a. 

SOHX, I'RAXK /t /■;.m/ Piii^ioH SI. 

v^=; Si. io^eph's ( 'olle^e, Hro\\ns\ ijie, I'exa^. Pent il Sketch. 

s( ),M k.kS, I-,, s. ,/.• .S7, /;/..,( V i/.ill. 

vSd Roi;er- Park \\ oman^ ( lul). 

^^7 .Ma^oiui Temple, Rogers Park, ill. 

sp Md.l.R, (.I'.Rim'hk; ^-,','j (ilnii.0,1,1 .1,,. 
v^^ ( 'oliir Xote fo|- an ( )\ tr .Mantel. 

s r \XH( IPI.. l.l-.OX 1:. /// IK ^/ \lo,ir,n SI. 

v^o !■ ir-l ( 'huri ii of Chri-t . Scient i-l . ( 'oluinhu-. ( )hio. 

.;<)0 l\le\cnlii t'hurch of ('iiri-t. Scienli-t, ('iiica^o. 

,;()! l.h'\enth (duirih of (hri-t. Stienti-I, ('hica,i:o, \\ alei ('olor Per-.pe( t i\ e. 

;o: Second ( hurch of ( iiri^l , S( ienti^t . Columhu-, ( )hi(c 

;<).; lir-t Churc h of Chri-1, Snenti-t, ( )ak Park, 111. 

\i).\ Re-iden(eof .M . \\ . liarnharl, Rid^e Road, Winnetka, 111. 

^o^ ke->iden(c of Peon l.. Stanhope, 'uo .\sh St.. Winnelka. Ill, 

^i)(' ke-idence of C, P. WCek-, (uo A-h SI.. WiniU'lka, 111. 

^07 lilock on A-h St., W innelka. 111. 



sri'.pHi'.xsox ^- w Hi'.i-.Pi'.k J \\',^i /■,-/// .s'/.. .\c„ ),'/•/■. 

^o> M . .Mlian'- Chun h, ke( tor\ . and Pari->h Ilour~e, Xt'w \ork. 



S'ri'kOIS, R, t'Lll'STON ijo Boylslou St.. Ihislou, Mass. 

,:(()() House for William L. (larrisoii, Jr., I'lsc]., West Xcwton, Mass. 

400 Restoration of Interior of Christ C'hurcli, lioston, Mass. 

401 Manila Cathedral, IMiilipjjine Islands. I'Alerior. 

402 Manila Cathedral, Philii)i)ine Islands. Interior. 
40,-; The Bishop's House at Manila, Philip|)ine Islands. 

STURM, MKYKR J. 1 1(> South Michigan .l;r. 

404 Wisconsin Deaconess' Hospital, (ireen Ha\ , Wis. 

•i\\LLM.\l)(;K & W.\rS().\ /,Vy West \huiis,ni Si. 

405 I^ntrance to a Cenieter\ . 

406 House for .Mr. W. J. I''lemin^v Detail, 

407 Chapin Memorial l'resl)\terian Church, .Xik's, .Miili. 
40S I'irst Conj^re^alional Churdi, Hinsdale, III. 

TR.VCN' & SW.VKTWOr'r J7 //■/////.!;,., .Vc.v York. 
.)0() .Missouri Slate Ca[)itol in tourse ol lonstruction. 

'iriiiiW WILLI. \.M IL Si I- niton SI .. \ r:c York. 

410 Hun[j;alo\v, .Mr. J. H. Lapham, .\\\\ Canaan, Conn. 

411 Residence, .Mr. L. 11. Lapham, .\'e\v Canaan, Conn. 

r\'LLR. IICCII C, \Yist (Inuli St.. l\)ioxiilli\ I'nni. 

41 _' Ski-tcho for .Mural Dec orations in I'ulilic Lilirarx , K now illc, Tenn. \i Sketches 

\ i;\.\L\(., IR.VNK L, m,)- Lvllon IhilldiH'^. 

41:; The Monaster) . .\ssi>i. Water Color. 

414 .\t \illa DT'.sti', Tis-oli, Water Color, 

41^ Court of the I'ala/,/o .Massimi, Rome. Water Color. 

41(1 The .Macantara, Toletlo. Water Color. 

417 The Duomo, Taormina. W ater Color. 

4 I ,s I'orum, Rome. Water Color. 

410 l-jitrance, St, I'eter'>, Ronu', Water Color, 

4J0 Rue St, Komaiii. Rouen. I'ciu il Skctcii. 

\'l.\Ci;.\r, I'.ILLIL. ^ji ^ (. hri^lhln,l .\:r. 

4J1 St, Ka\in's Cathedral, Traumluirf,', Bohemia, Sketch, 
4J2 .\ccepled Design lor .Metho(li>t Churcli, .Milwaukee, W i-, 
42,^ Old Ca>lle, Rome 

424 Woolworth Buildim,', .\ew \'ork. 

WALKI;R, IT<.\.\K CH.\SI': n^ W rsl K.nuloll:k si. 
I'ciiiil Skctcfii''. froDi luiropr: - 

425 Chateaudun, two sketches of the Chateau, 
42^1 Salamanca, Portion of .\pse, Old Catlu'dral. 
427 Church at Ltampes. 

42S \'iew from Window in .Vn^oulenu-. 

42Q Rome, lOveniiif,' Sketch, 

430 Chambord. 

431 Towers of Cathedral at .\ll)i. 

432 \'icenza. 



\VAl.Ki;k & (ilLLM'I'ri'; /j,V /■;,;./ ,7//; .S/., .Vr,v ]\>rk. 

4^-; South I'llcviition, Residence for II. i*. l);i\ison, l'',s(|., reaeoik I'oint, I,. I. 
4-;4 N'orth I'.lexation, Residence for 11. I'. l)a\ison, i;s(|., I'eacoi k i'oint, I,, i 
.};;5 Terrace (larden, 11. II. Rogers, Ms(|., Tuxedo i'ark, \'. \ . 



WWLKl'lK &: WIOMKS ujoo Eiidid Avr.A'lcvrland J)liio. 

Wimiinii Dcsiii)!, Clrvflaiid /'uhlic JJhrtiry i'lDii fxiilion: 
436 Hasenieiit Plan. 

I'"irsl I'loor Plan. 
Second I'loor Plan. 
Third Moor Plan. 
Section. 

I'Vont Mle\'alion. 
Side I'ilesalion, 



437 
43X 
430 
440 

44' 
44-' 



^\I■;.\R^, ALLK.V M. 04 I-m-^I Wm lUimi si. 

44-; Monroe Street, Chica^^o. 

444 Chirk Street, Chitaj^n). 

.).I5 Art I iistilute, Chicago. 

44() l.incohi .Memorial at 1 Iodgen\-ille, Ky. 

Wlliri:, jA.Mi;S .M. Irbaua. III. 

447 Smith .Memorial .M usic School, Cniv ersit y ol Illinois. Wati'r Color i'ers|iecti\ e. 
44.S Residt'nce of Janu-s .M . White. 1 James .M . White and Temple & iiurrows. asso 
cialed architc'cts. ) 

WIlTIi;. 1. \\\ Ki;.\Ck: (,R.\\i' im r.irk Ave, \nc York. 

440 k ounlain at ( 'old Springs, 1,. 1 . ; Janet Scudder, Si ulptor; I, aw re nee ( irant White, 
An hitect.l 

WIl.TI'/l'. Wiid.i.V.M. and A.Wli'; l.k;!-. Wiid.irT ;,;<«) l.iiuoin Dri.r. I'lill.ulrl plii.i. 

.J50 Harrison .Memorial, Cahary i*. \'.. Church, ( iermanto\\ n, I'a. 

.(51 ■■ Transfiguration." or .Morning ('liapcl, .Mather W iiidow, ifinitx Cathedral. 

Cle\ eland, ( )hio. 
45_' ■•'The Presentation," Haptister\ Window, [ . S, .Military Academy. West Point, 

.\c\\ ^'ork. 
4y-; A l)rsign for 'Tajjcst ry Screen. 
4 vi haute and Keatrice. i)i-~ign for Window. 

Wii.SO.X, Ci..\(.(.k;i"'T /// /■:.iyl njHil SI.. \r:. ]ork. 
4^5 Sket( h lor a Tript \"ch. 



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AA\. ^.\.M^|•;l. y.-jr' .In// .S7., I>liil,ulrl p/iia . /',;. 

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45'"^ Photograpii of .Mc.Xair .Main k'.utrance l)oois. \e\\ \ ork. ill. \ an Huren 

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450 Photograph of .Mc.Xair Window Crille, .Xew \<)ik. iH. \'an iUiri'ii .Magonigle, 

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& Morris, Architt'cts.j 
4()i IMioto^raph of Strccn for Ste\v;irl Duncun Ri'sidoiuc, Newport. (John Russell 

I'ope, Architect.) 
4()j Photograph of Transom (irille for Oberiin Coile^^', Oherhn, Ohio. (Cass (iilbert, 

Architect.) 
4(1:5 ^\'rought Iron (irille. 
4()4 Mower Ornaments for McXair Residence, \\w N'ork. (11, \an lUireii .Ma^^onij^de, 

Architect.) 
4(>5 Photograph Showing Xarious Hardware. 
4()() Photogra])h Showing X'arious Ilardwart'. 
4()7 Photograph Showing Transom of Screen for II, (', Iwick Residence, New \'ork. 

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4(18 Photograph Showing Part of H. (', I'rick's Screen underneath tlie Transom. (Car- 

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THE THIRTY-FIRST ANNUAL 

CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITION 

GIVEN JOINTLY BY 
THE CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 



THE ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 



THE ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 



WITH THE CO-OPERATION OF 

THE ART INSTl'FUTE OF CHICAGO 




Li;ni;NHArM, Marx and Vk;ka\t, Architects 



IN FHE C^ALLERIES 

OF FHE AR'F INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO 

APRIL 4 lO MAY 1, 1918 



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(Eliaiitf r of t!|r Amrrtran Jnatttnte uf Arrl^t- 
trrtfl mifilj tn t%^xt%Vi %tr gratitubp In tl^r 
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rn-npprattnn. anh fnr tta rnnrtrnna linapitalUg 
in pxtenbing tn tl|r ;ntnt anriptira \\\t nap nf 
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THE THIRTY-FIRST -ANNUAL CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITION 

JOINT EXHIBITION COMMITTEE 

1". W. PiJCKEY, Chairman A. J. Lavvrknce, Secretary 



George A. Knapp, Treasurer 



RKPRKSKNTINC; CHICAGO 
ARCHITI<:CTURAI. CLUB 

Archibald S. Morphett 
Fred C. H. Stanton 
A. J. Lawrence 
(Jeor(;e Awsumb 
I'RiTz Wagner, Jr. 



REPRESK\TL\G ILLINOIS 
SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 
George A. Knapp 
Spencer S. Beman 
John A. Nvden 
Horace S. Powers 
Leon E. Stanhope 



REPRESENTING ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

F. \V. PUCKEY 

Frank A. Childs 
R. C. Llewellyn 
Howard Van Doren Shaw 
W. A. Warren 



COMMITTEE ON 
FLNAXCE 

(iEORGE A. Knapp, Chairman 
R. C. Llewellyn 
I'kitz \\'\(;ner, Jr. 

CO.MMnTEE ON 
SI'KCrAL FEATURES 

\\ . A. Warren. Chairman 
Howard Van Doren Shaw 
Tiios. E. 'I\\llmadc.e 



COMMITTEE ON 
PUBLICITY 
John A. Nyden, Chairman 
Horace S. Powers 
A. J. Lawrence 

COMMITTEE ON 
CATALOC; 

George Awsumh, Chairman 
F. C. IL St AN ton 
.Archibalds Morphett 



COMMITTEE ON DECOR.VnONS AND IIAN(;iN(;S 
i''RANK .\. Childs, Chairman 
Leon V.. Stanhope 
S. S. Beman 



Martin Roche 
(Jeorci: W. .\L\hkr 
M. C. Chatten 
Ira W. Hoover 



JURY OF ADMISSIONS 

Wii.i.iwi K. Im;ll()Ws, Chairman 

Lons J. Millet 
Emil R. Zettler 
-Albert II. Krehbeil 
R. R. Root 



PATRONS OF THE EXHIBITION 

A. H. Abbott & Co 208 S. Wabash Ave. 

American Radiator Co S16 S. Michigan Ave. 

American Terra Cotta & Ceramic Co 20 ro Peoples Gas Bldg. 

The Barrett Company 10 S. La Salle St. 

George Beaumont, F. A. I. A 25 N. Dearborn St. 

BuLLEY & Andrews, Contractors 25 A". Dearborn St. 

Samuel Cabot, Inc .' 24 W. Kinzie St. 

Cobb, Whyte & Laemmer Co jog W. Madison St. 

Adelbert E. Coleman jyt/i St. and Stewart Ave. 

P. & F. CoRBiN Division of Chicago , 60 W. Lake St. 

S. N. Crowen JO Ko. La Salle St. 

F. E. Davidson, ^jW. Jackson Blvd. 

Dearborn Electrical Construction Co 25 £. Washington St. 

Thos. J. Douglas & Co '441 N. Dearborn St. 

Joseph Dux 2/ 12-2118 Van Buren St. 

George A. Fuller Company Marquette Bldg. 

T. C. Gleich Company 2860 Broadway 

Robert W. Hunt & Co. Engixkkrs /;5 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Charles L. Hutchinson The Corn Exchange Xafl Bank 

A. F. Hussander y2o Tribune Bldg. 

Indiana Quarries Co Merchants Loan of Trust Bldg. 

H. W. Johns-Manville Co lyjy S. Michigan Ave. 

Harry C. Knisely Co zp^^ S. Western Ave. 

Ludowici-Celadon Company Monroe Bldg. 

George W. Maher 268-208 S. La Salle St. 

Art Marble Co 2608 Floumoy St. 

William Morrice Co- 17 N. La Salle St. 

National Lead Co., Chicago Branch goo W. i8th St. 

G. C. NiMMONS Peoples Gas Bldg. 

North Western Expanded Metal Co 407 S. Dearborn St. 

The Northwestern Terra Cotta Co 25-25 Clvbourn Ave. 

Frederick W. Perkins, F. A. I. A ' McCormick Bldg. 

Perkins Fellows & Hamilton 814 Tower Court. 

Pond & Pond 64 E. Van Buren St. 

The Powers Regulator Company 5 South Wabash Ave. 

L. H. Prentice Co ■ ■ ■ ■ 330 Sherman St. 

Charles H. Prindeville 64 East Van Buren St. 

Puckey & Jenkins 6 X. Michigan Ave. 

The Robbins Mfg. Co t8i^ X. Central Park Ave. 

Jacob Rodatz ". Rookery Bldg. 

Martin A. Ryerson 7 j^ South La Salle St. 

Standard Varnish Works 2600 Federal St. 

Union Foundry Works 1427 First Xational Bank Bldg. 

Universal Portland Cement Company 210 S. La Salle St. 

ViERLiNG Steel Works 23d St. and Steward Ave. 

James M. White, Supervising Architect University of Illinois. 

L. Wolff Mfg. Co ^^^ -y. Dearborn St. 



FOREWORD 

ARCHITECTURE as social service is no less real and should be 
^ no less relied upon by the people in these strenuous times of 
war than it is when peace prevails. 

It is easy to realize that war brings destruction. It is true also 
that war brings construction. The development of the state and 
the application of the builders' art go hand in hand. Even while 
war is in progress builders must build, first for the demands of the 
military and second for the usual demands of daily peaceful life in 
order that the results — the profits of our commerce and our con- 
struction may be made available for the special support of the 
government in its peculiar needs. 

The architects of Chicago believe that complete cessation of 
the work of that vast portion of society which is engaged in building 
would be disastrous to our war necessities — they believe it a 
patriotic duty to build, and to urge the public to continue the 
erection of all buildings required for reasonable purposes in times 
of peace. 

That the people may be induced to form similar convictions 
and to realize the value of the indispensable social service of 
building, this exhibition has been opened in the galleries of the Art 
Institute. This is in accordance with a custom, now too thoroughlv 
rooted to be allowed to lapse even in such times as these while the 
great struggle goes on for the liberation of the arts as well as for 
the permanent freedom of the world. 



TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP OF THE CHICAGO 

ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

Founded i^oo 

A prize of $600.00 and a second prize of a gold medal are awarded annually. 
The funds are used to assist the winner in defraying the expense of a tour of 
observation and architectural study in Europe. The Architectural Club makes 
grateful acknowledgment of the interest in the cause of architectural education 
shown by its friends who generously donated the funds for the maintenance of 
the Traveling Scholarship in the following years : 

1904 and 1905, Mr. Victor Falkenau. 

1906, The Northwestern Terra Cotta Co. 

1907, 1908 and 1909, Mr. E. G. Elcock. 
1909 to 1915, inclusive, Mr. C. M. Woolley. 
191 1, Mr. William E. Clow. 

The award of the gold medal in the years 1910 to 1915 inclusive was made 
possible by the liberality of Mr. Charles W. Gindele. 

WINNERS OF SCHOLARSHIP 

N. Max Dunning — ''Residence for an American Ambassador'' — 1901. 

John H. PmLUPS — 'M« Automobile Tavern''' — 1902. 

Birch Burdette Long — ".4 Monumental Crossing for the I. C. R. R." 190J. 

Thomas E. Tallmadge — 'M Creche in a Manufacturing District"— 1904. 

Charles Herrick Hammond — 'M City Residence" — 1905. 

Herbert H. Green —".-1 Recreation Pier for a Public Park" — 1906. 

Will Reichert — 'M Building for a Branch Municipal Court" — 1907. 

(iEORGE AwsuMB — 'M Public Gymnasium and Baths" — 1908. 

Hugh Dunning — '' An Athenaeum for Teachers" — 1909 l Two scholarships 

1/^ \\r (.i i tr ", I r-> • . I M > were awarded 

'RANK C. Walker — "/I Monumental bireplace — 1909 / this year. 

Clarence J. Brown — "/I Building for Sanitation and Navigation" — 1910. 

John Calvin Leavell — ".1 Monumental Stairway" — 191 1. ^ Twoschohuships 

William B. Betts — '' A Monument to a Great American General" — 1911. ) u!isV'%Ir'.'^' *^* 

Arthur C. Hanifin — ".1 Theatre in a Large City Park" — 1912. 

Rudolph G. Wolfe — "/I Municipal Tribune" — 1913. 

W. J. Schaeffer — "An Aquarium" — 1914. 

Fred M. Hodgdon — "A Summer and Winter Garden"^ 191 5. 

WINNERS OF GOLD MEDAL 

K. R. James 1910 

Christian U. Bagge 191 1 

E. Dean Parmalee 191 2 

W. J. Schaeffer 1913 

R. E. Heek 1 914 

Robert R. Ckxek i()i5 

ANNOUNCEMENT 

The European Traveling Scholarship was temporarily discontinued in 1916, 
and will not be resumed until after the close of the war. 

Last year, 1917, an American Traveling Scholarship was awarded; the winner 
spent two months traveling in the East, primarily for the study of Colonial Arch- 
itecture. Prizes aggregating S3 25 were generously donated by the Chicago Face 
Brick Association. 

First Prize Roy Larson 

"Library in the Colonial Style" 



MEDAL OF HONOR 

AWARDED BY 

THE n.LINOIS CHAPTER OF THE 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

'J'he Illinois Chapter of the American Insitute of Architects has cstabhshed 
a gold medal of honor for award to designers of buildings represented in the Annual 
Chicago Architectural Exhibition, the conditions accompanying the proposed 
award being as follows: 

That any architectural work in the State of Illinois, if completed within five 
years previous to the date of exhibition, may be offered for consideration. 

That the architect or architects who design the work, in order to be eligible 
to the award, must present for exhibition one or more photographs of the executed 
work, also one or more drawings, including a small scale plan, and shall submit 
to the jury such working drawings of the structure as they may desire to examine. 
Any work represented in the exhibit may be eligible for consideration by the jury, 
provided that at least a plan, and also a photograph of the executed work, shall be 
brought before the jury on their request. Only architects or tirms of architects 
maintaining offices in the State of Illinois will be eligible to the award. 

'J'hat an architect or firm of architects to whom this medal may be awarded 
once shall be ineligible for a future award. 

That the medal shall be accompanied by a certificate setting forth the name 
of the completed structure which formed the basis of the award together with 
the considerations which in the opinion of the jury characterized the structure as 
worthy of the award. 

That the jury shall consist of seven architects, one the President of the 
Chicago Architectural Club, one the President of the Illinois Chapter, one the 
President of the Illinois Society of Architects, and four architects appointed by the 
Illinois Chapter. 

That one medal only shall i)e awarded each year; and four members of the 
jury voting for the author or authors of the same work shall be necessary to an 
award; and that no award shall be made if in the opinion of the jury no work 
presented is sufficiently meritorious. 



WINNERS OF THE MEDAL 

rOXD & I'OXD — looQ 
Jiuilcling- Wonieifs liaptist Missionary Home 'J'raining School, Chicago 

MAR.SMALL & FOX— igio 
Huihling — The Bhickslonc Hotcf Chicago 

PKRKIXS, FI:LL()\VS & U.\M1L1"()X - loi s 
liuikling - Lion House, Lincoln Park, Chicago 

RICHARD K. SCHMIDT, (iARDKX & .MARTIX -1015 
liuilding - Lochby Court Apartments, Chicago 



THE AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME 

1 01 Park Ave., New York City 

OFFICERS 

1917-1918 

\VM. RUTHERFORD MKAI) BRECKS TROWBRIDCIE 

President Viee-President 

C. GRANT LA EAR(;E WILLIAM A. I5()RL\(; 

Secretary Treasurer 

JESSE BENEDICT CARTER 

Director oj the Academy 

GORHAM P. STEVENS 

Director of the School of Fine Arts 

CHARLES UPSON CLARK 

Director of the School of Classical Studies 

1. The American Academy in Rome is an institution established by law, 
and incorporated by the Government of the United States. 

2. The seat of the Academy is at Rome, the art center of the world. 

3. The academic course is post-graduate. 

4. Those who are awarded Fellowships are expected to remain at the Academy 
for three years. 

5. The direct and intimate influences of the world's masterpieces which sur- 
round the student in Rome will prove of incalculable advantage in the creation of 
the future art of America. The far-reaching benefits that have resulted to France, 
Germany, Spain, and other nations through the establishment of Schools of Art 
in Rome justify the conviction that like or greater benefits will be secured to the 
United States through the foundation of a similar national institution. 

ORIGIN AXD DEVELOPMEXT 

A number of artists, who had been engaged together upon the work of the 
World's Fair at Chicago, established in 1894 "The American School of Architec- 
ture in Rome." Their object was to enable American students of architecture who 
had passed with honor through leading technical schools, or w^ho had been equally 
qualified by private instruction, to develop their powers more fully, under the most 
favorable conditions of direction and environment. The students of the school 
were selected by competition and the school was wholly supported by the artists 
referred to and their personal friends. 

The rapid improvement in the work of the students and their enthusiasm 
convinced those who were interested that the scope of the school should be made 
broader, and should include the allied arts of sculpture and painting. To this 
end representative sculptors, painters, and architects, together with other persons 



interested in the subject, decided in 1897 to found, on the Unes of the French 
Academy in Rome, a school which should be open to American students of sculp- 
ture, painting, and architecture. 

In pursuance of this design The American Academy in Rome was incor- 
porated under the laws of the State of New York, in June, 1897. A constitution 
was then adopted, and suitable rules made for the government of the institution. 
All these steps were taken under advice of competent legal counsel. In 1901 Hon. 
John Hay, the Secretary of State of the United States, authorized the Ambassador 
at Rome to accept the position of trustee ex-officio of the Academy, and directed 
him to secure for it "all the privileges and exemptions that are accorded by the 
Italian government to like institutions of other countries." 

'ITie Academy has recently effected a consolidation with the American School 
of Classical Studies, and the combined institutions, under the title of The Amer- 
ican Academy in Rome, are now housed in new quarters upon a superb site on 
the Janiculum, overlooking all of Rome. 

This great enlargement of the scope of the Academy's work is destined to be 
of first advantage to its Fellows, through the intimate association of those en- 
gaged in the study of the Fine Arts with the students of classical history. 

Commencing in 19 15 a Fellowship in Landscape Architecture will be awarded 
every third year. 

OBJECTS OF THE ACADEMY 

To afford exceptional advantages to a few chosen scholars is not the chief end 
of the Academy, but is rather the means to that end, which is to help to raise the 
standard of art education in the United States. In the same way that the great 
national competition in France for the Grand Prix de Rome has made the Ecolc des 
Beaux Arts in Paris the first art school of the world; so, it is believed, will the 
national competitions instituted by the American Academy increase the efficiency 
of the universities and art schools of America. 

One of the great advantages offered by the Academy in Rome is that, for the 
first time, American students in architecture, painting, and sculpture are brought 
together under the same roof, in constant intercourse with each other, enjoying 
that union and intelligent co-operation of the arts which in the end produce the 
highest results. Here they are enabled to work together, surrounded by monu- 
ments of architecture, and sculpture, unrivaled paintings, and galleries tilled with 
masterpieces of every epoch. Xo other city in the world presents so wide a held 
of study or one so filled with the best precedents. 



CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

332 Plymouth Court 

OFFICERS 

1917-1918 

FRITZ WAdXER, JR., PrcsidcnL 
JOHN C. L1:A\T:LL, Vkc-Prcsideul 
FRED'K C". 11. STAXTOX, Treasurer ROBERT L. ERAXKLTX, 5«rc/drjy 



ARCHIBALD S. MORPHEIF 
GEORGE L. BARXUM 



DIRECTORS 

ARTHUR KIM BELL 
HERBERT E. DOWXTOX 



eraxk l. vexxing 
(.eor(;e l. sauxders 



COMMITTEES 



1Q17-1918 



EXHIBITION MEMBERSHIP 

Frank \'kxxi.\g, Chairmtui Robt. L. I'"kaxki.in' 
RoBT. L. Franklin' 



PUBLICITY 

Hkkbert E. Dow NT on, 

ChiiirDian Chainnan 



a. s. morphett 
Fred'k C . Stanton 
Fritz Wagner, Jr. 



scholarship AXI) 

COMPETITION 

John C. Leaxell, Cluiinnaii 

N. Max Dunnin(; 

R. C. Llewellyn 

Chas. L. Morgan 

(In charge of small com- 
petitions) 



(iEORClE L. HaKXLM 

Elmer J. Fox 

(iEORGE L. SAIXDERS 

Louis C. \'ogel 



R. J. Ashtox 
Chas. E. K. Rabig 



EDUCATION 

A. S. Morphett, CluiirmiDi 
Roy Larson 
Albix J. Lawrexce 
Harry H. Bextley 



ENTERTAIXM FXT AXD 
HOUSE 

Akthik Kim bell. 

Cluiin>ia)i 
Edward (i. Oldeeiost 
Im.mer T. Xettexstrom 

(iEORGE L. SaLXDI-.RS 

(;erald Barry LIBRARIAN 

(In charge of House) Fred O. Ripi'ei 



SKETCH (T.ASS 

Fraxk X'exxixg, Chairman 
Georgia L. Harxlm 



CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

*Indicates members in service of their country. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 



Alschuler, Alfred S., iqoo Steger Bldg. 
*Anderson, Edwin F., U. S. A. 

Andrews, Alfred B., 25 A''. Dearborn St. 

Ashton, Ray J., S4J Gait Ave. 

Awsunib, (leorge, itSg W. Madison St. 

Barnum, (ieo. Loyd, 4S46 Hutchinson St. 
*Barry, (ierald, Jr., .1. E. F. 

Behrns, Elmer F., ^42q N. Trov St. 

Bentley, Harry W.^Glen Ellyn,'ll/. 

Bicknell, Alfred H., 144J Foster Ave. 

Blake, Charles (i., J20-104 S. La Salle St. 
*Bloukc, Pierre, I'. S. Army. 
*Bodett, Roy C\, U. S. Army. 

Buckley, Ralph J., ^gOg Elston Ave. 
*Burnham, Hubert, i\ S. N. 
*rarlson, Clifford, U. S. A. 

Cenek, Robert R., 2S4g IF. 22d St. 

Church, Myron H., 140 S. Dearborn St. 

Coolidge, Charles A., IJ4 S. La Salle St. 
*Corwin, Eugene P., U. S. N. 
*Cramer, .Ambrose C., T. .V. N. R., A. E. F. 

Downton, Herbert E., g46 N. Central Ave. 

Dunning, N. Max, Kimball Ihill. 

Eberly, Walter K., 464g Sheridan Road. 

Ernst, Henry P., La Grange, III. 

Esser, Paul F., ii6j Flddv St. 
*Evans, Floyd, U. S. A. 
*Farrier, C. \V., V . S. Army. 

Fehlow, Albert C, /j/j IF. Monroe St. 

Fellows, Wm. K., 4x39 Lake Park .Ave. 

Fischer, Fred A., 1246 Pratt Ave. 
*Fo.\, Elmer J., U . S. Army. 

Franklin, Robert L., 4020 N . Ashland .\ve. 

Cillette, Edwin F., (V S. Dearborn St. 
*Gorgcs, Franz, V . S. A. 

Graham, Ernest R., So E. Jackson Blvd. 

(ircenfield, Ceo. H., 4(\'37 Drc.vel Blvd. 

Hanitin, .\rthur C, i2o<S Montana St. 

Hess, Eouis F., 7055 Loyola Ave. 

Heun, Arthur, 810 Stei)tu'ay Hall. 

Hodgdon, Fred AF, 1409 Greenleaf .Ave. 

Hoeppner, K. A., San Francisco, Cal. 

Jensen, Elmer C, jg S. La Salle St. 

Johnstone, Percy T., jo N. Michigan Ave. 

Lampe, Clarence W., 41 jS N. Syracuse Ave. 

* Larson, Roy, U. S. A. 

* Lawrence, .\. ]., 11 S. La Salle St. 



*Leavell, John C, Lieut., L'. S. A. 

Lehmann, Ludwig E., jjoy Le Moyne St. 

Lilleskau, John, 244-/ Ballon St. 

Lindblad, .Alfred, 2j4p 6'. Clifton Park Ave. 
*Lindquist, Joseph B., U. S. N. R. 

Llewellyn, Ralph C, jS S. Dearborn St. 
*Love, Robert J., T. .S'. ,1. 

Manasse, De Witt J., /j J4 N. Maplewood Ave. 
*Matthes, C-ax\ ¥.., L\ S. N. R. 

Mayer, Carl H., JJ44 Winthrop Ave. 

Maynard, Hon. S., Jr., 2=j2=j Clyboiirn Ave. 

Minchin, Sidney H., J052 Logan Blvd. 

Morgan, Chas. L., 1600 Monroe Bldg. 
*Morin, H. J., R. F. C, Canadian Army. 
*Mork, Raymond, U. S. A. 

Morphett, .Arch. S., 601S Harper Ave. 

Mueller, Floyd C, 100 Zt. Walton PI. 

Nettenstrom, Elmer T., 1^642 Wayne Ave. 

Nimmons, (ieo. C., 122 N. Michigan Ave. 

Xitsche, Edward .A., 2y N. Trov St. 

Oldefest, Edw. (;., 47 E. Oak St. ' 
* Presto, Wm. C, i' . S. A. 

Quinn, J. Edwin. ^18 W. jSth St. 
*Rabig, Chas. E. K., C. S. A. 

Rapp, Ceo. L., 6g IF. Washington St. 

Reichert, Wm. (i., 220 S. State St. 
*Rippel, Fred ()., 471 j Flournoy St. 
*Rouleau, Harvey, i'. S. A. 

Ruge, P. H., jgj4 N. Kostner Ave. 

Rusy, .Anthony F., j ^^g S. Avers Ave. 

Sandegren, .Andrew, /// II'. Washington St. 

Schaefer, Wellington J., Hinsdale, III. 
*Schroeder, P>cd, i'. S. A. 

Schwartz, .Albert .A., ^418 South Park Ave. 

Sierks, Chas. H., 2^2^ Clyboiirn Ave. 

Silbert, L J., 2gj^2'W. Polk St. 
*Sommer. A. L., U. S. A. 

Sutter, Barnard, igoy Michigan Ave. 

Stanton, Frederick C. H., <V S. Dearborn St. 

Steinborn, Edward, ijoj N. Maplewood Ave. 
*Swensson, Walter, .1. E. F. 
*\'enning, Frank L., C. S. A. 

Wagner, Fritz, Jr., 4207 N. Winchester Ave. 

Walker, Frank C, 64 W. Randolph St. 

Wenisch, W. F., 1420 Balmoral Ave. 
*Wentworth, John, .1. E. F. 

Zimmerman, .Albert (i., 10 S. La Siilte St. 



ALLIED MEMBER 



Brand, Custave .A.. 1428 Michigan .-[ve 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 



Anderson, Carl A., ijj W. Washington Si. 
Beil, Carl, ig E. Pearson St. 
Bonner, Charles, ijj W. Washington St. 
Campbell, Harry S., J20 W. 26th St. 
Combs, Roger M., ijj W. Washington St. 
Crofoot, Fred, 180 W. Washington St. 
Crowe, John G., 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Gage, Thos. G., iii W. Monroe St. 
*Goetz, Martin H., U. S. A. 
Haigh, Arthur, 140 S. Dearborn St. 
Hale, Alfred R., 24 W. Kinzie St. 
Huey, Wm. B., 80 E. Jackson Blvd. 
Kehm, August, ij W. Kinzie St. 
Kimbell, Arthur, ijj W. Washington St. 
Lanquist, Andrew, iioo N. Clark St. 
Lucas, H. J., 2j2j Clybourn Ave. 
Marling, Franklin, Jr., 2860 Broadivay 



Matz, Herman L., ij? IF. Washington St. 
Mendius, H., // ^\ La Salle St. 
Nelson, E. S., 2370 N. Clark St. 
Ott, Chas. F., 210 S. La Salle St. 
Perron, Nelson J., 2700 Elston Ave. 
Potthoff, M. A., jjo N. Dearborn St. 
Rodatz, Jacob, 868 The Rookery. 
Rolle, Walter C, 702 Wells St. 
Saunders, Geo. L., 326 j Broadway. 
Schardt, Otto, ijj W. Washington St. 
Schmidt, Richard O., 1600 S. Jefferson St. 
^Sheffield, A. H., Capt., U. S. A'. 
Snell, H. W., 1335 Byron St. 
Snyder, J. W., 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Van Don, G. Broes, ig W . Jackson Blvd. 
Vogel, Louis C, 2606 Federal St. 
Geo. v.. Warren, 210 So. LaSalle St. 



NON-RESIDENT MEMBERS 



Baldwin, John E., c/o Burlington R. R. 
Chase, Robert, Janesville, Wis. 
Davis, Frank L., New York 
Horn, Benjamin A., Rock Island. 



Meadowcroft, Miner T., Detroit. 
Schuchardt, Wm. H., Milwaukee. 
Williams, Paul Gilmore, Cincinnati. 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Allen, John K., Brookline, Mass. 
Blake, Theodore L., New York. 
Clark, Robert, Chicago. 
Clow, William E., Harrison cr Franklin Sts. 
Elcock, Edward G., 4806 Crand Blvd. 
Gates, William D., 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Gay, Henry Lord, San Diego, Cal. 
Gindcle, Charles W., 374^^ Prairie Ave. 



Lowric, Harry, Omaha. 
McLean, Robert C, Minneapolis. 
Mundie, William B., 59 5. La Salle St. 
Pond, Irving K., nog Sleinway Hall. 
Puckey, Francis Willard, 6 N . Michigan Ave. 
Sullivan, Louis H., 1600 Auditorium. 
Taft, Lorado, 6016 Ellis Ave. 
Wagner, Vrhz, Sr., I04g Oakdale .ive. 




ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

1917-1918 

X. MAX DUXXIX(;, President 

DAXll'.l. II. BURXHAAI, First Vicc-Prcsidvut 

'I'lIOMAS 1-:. TALLMADGE, Second Vice-President 

RICHARD K. SCHMIDT, Treasurer 

IIRXRY K. IIOLSMAX, Secretary 

1 RKDKRICK \V. PERKIXS 

FRAXCIS W. PUCKKY 

CIIAS. II. PRIXDFA'ILLK 

IRA \V. HOOVER 



EDUCATIONAL 

JosKi'ii C. Llkwki.i.yx 
'J'homas K. Tallmadge 
Herman \'. \'ox IIolst 
JOarl H. Rked, Jr. 
W'm. ]•>. Parsons 

KXIIIBITION 

Francis \V. Puckey 
I-'rank a. Chii.ds 
William Artihr W'akki.x 
Ralph C. J>li:\vellvn 
]'>mi:rv SiANFORD Hall 
Howard \an Doren Shaw 

IIISTORKWL 
Thomas K. Tallmadge 
Jeremiah Kieksteu Cady 
Rohi:rt C. IJerlin 

C()XTRA(n^S AND 

Sl'KCIFKAITOXS 
Richard V.. Schmidt 
X. Max DrxxixG 
I-Imi.ry Siaxford Hall 
("has. F:. Fox 
Frederick W. Perkixs 
John A. Armstroxc; 



COMMITTEES 

1917-1918 

PROCiRAM 

Ira W. Hooner 
William K. F'ellows 
John Reed Fugard 
Artiiir I*". Hussander 
Howard Lovewell Chexey 



( HAPTFR RKLAFIOXS 
Irmxg K. I'OXD 
X. Max Duxxixg 
i'Ri.DEKicK W. Perkixs 
F^LMO C. Lowe 
WiLijAM J. Smith 
Robert S. Di-CIolyer 



STAXDARUIZATIOX OF 
HUILDIXC; MATERIALS 
V. \\. Davidson 
X. Max Duxxixg 
Horace S. Powers 
H. Webster Tomlinson 
Aktiur V. Woltersdorf 



PORTRAIT 

Chas. H. Prindeville 



MUXICIPAL ART 
CiEO. W. Maher 
Thos. E. Tallmadge 
Frederick V. Dinkelberg 
F'raxcis W. Puckey 
Leox E. Staxhope 
Erxest a. Mayo 
F>lmer C. Jexsex 

MEMBERSHIP 
Albert M. Saxe 
IvAR \'iehe-Xaess 
I-". C. Lebenbaum 
Walter S. Church 
S. S. Hem AN 
Dwight H. Perkins 



ART EXTENSION 
COMMITTEE 

Melxille C. Chatten 

Earl H. Reed 

Herman \'on Holst 



ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

iQiy-iqrS 

*In(licates members in service of iheir country. 

FELLOWS 



Austin, Ennis R., South Bend, Ind. 
Beaumont, George, 2j N. Dearborn St. 
Berlin, Robert C, iq S. La Salle St. 
Bohlen, Oscar D., Indianapolis, Ind. 
(lay, W. VV., 266 S. La Salle St. 
Conway, Wm. H., Springfield, III. 
Fellows, Wm. K., S14 Tower Court. 
Foltz, Herbert W., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Frost, Chas. S., 10 j S. La Salle St. 
Helme, George H., Springfield, III. 
Holabird, William, 104 S. Michigan Ave. 
Jensen, Elmer C, j8 S. Dearborn St. 
Maher, George W., 206 S. La Salle St. 
Mundie. W. B., jq S. La Salle St. 
Ximmons, George C, 122 S. Michigan Ave^ 



Otis, William A., 6 N. Michigan Ave. 
Pashley, A. F., 4JI S. Dearborn St. 
]*erkins, D wight H., <Si4 Tower Court. 
Perkins, Frederick W., 3^2 S. Michigan Ave. 
Pond, A. B., 64 E. Van Buren St. 
Pond, Irving K., 64 E. Van Buren St. 
Prindeville, Ghas. H., SoS-64 E. Van Buren St. 
Quackenboss, L. (i., ^5 N. Michigan Ave. 
Roche, Martin, 104 S. Michiagn Ave. 
Schmidt, Richard E., 104 S. Michigan Ave. 
Shaw, Howard Van Doren, jg S. State St. 
Spencer, Jr., Robert C., 10 S. La Salle St. 
Wheelock, Harry B., iio<S Schiller Bldg. 
Woltersdorf, Arthur F., 13S N. La Salle St. 
Zimmerman, W. Carbys, 4jr S. Dearborn St. 



INSTITUTE MEMBERS 



Ash, Prof. Percy, I'rbana, III. 

Bass, Herbert G., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Beers, Herbert P., j<S' S. Dearborn St. 

Bennett, Edward H., 80 E. Jackson Blvd. 

Blake, Edgar Ovet, Carlinville, III. 
*Bollenbacher. J. Carlisle, Lieut., V . S. A. 

Brown, .Arthur (ieo., jq S. La Salle St. 

Burnham. Jr., D. H., 2og S. La Salle St. 
*Burnham, Hubert J., Lieut., U. S. N. 

Carpenter, Frank .A., Rockford, III. 
*Carr, Geo. Wallace, Major, U. S. A. 

Chatten, Melville C, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Church, Walter S.. 140 S. Dearborn St. 
*Clark, Edwin H., Lieut., V. S. N. 

Clark. Wm. J., 48^0 Blackstone Ave. 

Crowcn, Samuel N., jo N. La Salle St. 

Curtis, N. C, i'rbana. III. 

Davidson, F. ¥.., -,7 W . Jackson Blvd. 

DeGolyer, Robert S., jf9 5. Dearborn St. 

Dinkelberg, Frederick P., 50 E. Jackson 
Blvd. 

Dippold, .Albert P., 47 4J Cottage Grove Ave. 

Dunning, N. ALix, j/o .S'. Wabash Ave. 

Fletcher, Robert C, 179 E. Washington St. 

Fox, Chas. Iv, j8 S. Dearborn St. 

Fugard, John Reed, /// W. Monroe St. 

(iillette, Edwin F., 8 S. Dearborn St. 

Granger, .Alfred H., ^^2 S. Michigan Ave. 

Griflm, Walter B.. 17) W. Jcickson Blvd. 



Guenzel, Louis, j^2 5. Michigan Ave. 

Hahlberg, Jr., Lawrence G., 116 S. Michigan 
Ave. 

Hall, Emery Stanford, j;230 W . Monroe St. 

Hamilton, John L., 814 Tower Court. 
*Hammond, Chas. Herrick, Capt., V . S. R. 

Heun. .Arthur, 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Holden, Benj. E., Aurora, III. 

Holmes, Morris G., 8 S. Dearborn St. 

Holsman, Henry K., 1^44 E. ^7th St. 

Hoover, Ira, 10^ S. La Salle St. 

Hoskins. John M., 2837 W. Madison St. 

Hosmer, Clare C, 64 W. Randolph St. 

Hussander, .Arthur F., 7 .S'. Dearborn St. 

Lebenbaum, T. C, 775 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Lindstrom, Robert S., /// W. Washington St. 

Llewellyn, Joseph C, j8 S. Dearborn St. 

LovcU, Sydney, jo N. Michigan Ave. 

Lowe, Elmo C, 14 E. Jackson Blvd. 

^Larshall, Benj. H., 38 S. Dearborn St. 

Marx, Sam .A., 775 IF. Jackson Blvd. 
*Matteson, Victor .A., U. S. A. 

McCarthy, Joseph W., i jg N. Clark St. 

Nyden, John .A.. 64 W. Randolph St. 

Ostergren, Robert C, 77 .V. La Salle St. 

Parsons, William E., 80 E. Jackson Blvd. 

Pingrey, Roy C, 2og S. La Salle St. 

Powers, Horace S., 10 S. La Salle St. 

Pridmore, John E. O., j8 S. Dearborn St. 



Puckcy, I''rancis \V., 6 N. Michigan Ave. 
Renwick, Edward A., 104 S. Michigan Ave. 
Robinson, Argylc E., 108 S. La Salle St. 
Saxe, Albert A I., 64 E. Van Buren St. 
Schlacks, H. J., 10 S. La Salle St. 
Schmidt, Richard G., jg Metropolitan Bldg. 
Stanhope, Eeon E., iii W . Monroe St. 
Sturm, Meyer J., 116 S. Michigan Ave. 
*Swern, Perry W., Major, U. S. A. 
Tallmadge, Thomas E>., i8g W . Madison St. 
'J'omlinson, W. Webster, 64 E. Van Buren St. 
'J\irnock, E. Hill, Elkhart, Ind. 
Vail, Morrison II., Di.xon, III. 



\'an Bergen, John S., Oak Park, III. 

\'iehe-Naess, Ivar, 64 E. Win Buren St. 

\'on Hoist, Herman V., 72 IE. Adams St. 

Walker, Wm. E., ^o N. Michigan Ave. 
*Waterbury, Chas/D., U. S. A. 

Waterman, H. H., 10 S. La Salle St. 

Weber, P. J., J4j S. Dearborn St. 

White, Prof. James M., Urbana, III. 

Winslow, Benj. E., 36iy N. Richmond St. 

W^oodyatt, Ernest, 1613 Ashland Blk. 
nVright, Clark C, Major, U. S. A. 

Wuehrmann, Wm. G., 1118 IE. ji/// .S7. 

Zimmermann, Ralph W., 64 E. Van Buren St. 



CHAPTER MEMBERS 



Armstrong, John A., // .V. La Salle St. 

Benian, S. S., J52 S. Michigan Ave. 

Brydges, K. X., 64 E. Van Buren St. 

Bucket! , A. ('., IJ2/ Farwcll Ave. 

Gady, Jeremiah Kiersted, ijq \V . Washing- 
ton St. 

Cheney, Howard Eovewell, ^o N. Michigan 
Ave. 

Childs, l'"rank A., 123 S. Michii^an Ave. 
*Colcor(l, Albert E., Capt., l'. S. K. 

Corby, Eeon J., S ^o (hikwood Blvd. 
*(^orse, Redmond P., ['. S. A. 

Uean, George R., if)/ IP. Washington St. 

DeArment, I''. IP, ?_/ ? .V. Dearborn Si. 

Graham, Ernest R., So E. Jackson Blvd. 
*Hall, (dlbert l\, Lieut., U. S. A. 
*Holabird, John A., Capt., L'. S. A. 

Iluehl, H. W., ^g Metropolitan Bldg. 

Johnck, l*'rederick, 104 S. Michigan Ave. 



Langille, Louis E., igi^ Lunt Ave. 

Llewellyn, Ralph C, j<V 6". Dearborn St. 

Mayo, Ernest A., 140 S. Dearborn St. 

McBridc, E. E., 64 E. Van^ Buren St. 

McLaren, Robert James, ^7 11'. ]'an Buren 
St. 

Morehouse, M. J., J4J S. Dearborn St. 
*Alorse, Jared K., Lieut., A. E. F. 

Ottenheimer, Henry L., 220 S. State St. 
*Ramey, (ieorge E., Lieut., U. S. R. 

Reed, Earl H., lOcS N. Dearborn St. 

Rogers, John A., 161 j Ashland Blk. 
*Root, John Wellborn, Lieut., T. S. A. 

Schiavoni, Mario J., i4()() Mo)iroe Bldi^. 

Shattuck, Walter E., ig S. La Salle St. 
*Smlth, Willjam J., Capt., T. .S'. .1. 

Stevens, Will A., So E. Jackson Blvd. 

Walcott, Russell S., ig S. La Salle St. 

Warren, William Arthur, to S. La Salle St. 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Baumann, I'rcderick, i'\.\.I.;\., 2'^44 Pi)ic 

drove . \vc. 
Hill, Henry W., V .\A.\., i _^S X . La Salle St. 
Hutchinson, ("has. L., i^S S. La Salle St. 
Matz, Oito H,, I'.A.I.A;, T2o E. Oak St. 



Tafl, Lorado, 6oi('> Ellis .\vc. 
Wacker, Chas. H., in S. La Salle Si. 
Whilehouse, !•". .M,, A,I..\,, Maiichcslcr, 

Mass. 
Wight, Peter H., P..\.1.A.. Pasadena, Cat. 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 



CEORGE BEAUMONT 
FRANK E. DAVIDSON 



Elmer C. Jensen 
Joseph C. Llewellyn 



OFFICERS 

STAFFORD FOX THOMAS, President 

ARTHUR F. HUSSANDER, First Vice-President 

JAMES B. r^IBELKA, Second Vice-President 

SAMUEL N. CROWEN, Treasurer 

JOHN REED FUGARD, Secretary 

H. L. PALMER, Financial Secretary 

DIRECTORS 

N. MAX DUNNING 
EMERY STANFORD HALL 



GEORGE W. MAHER 
HARRY H. WHEELOCK 



BOARD OF ARBITRATION 

George C. Nimmons 
DwiGHT H. Perkins 
Irving K. Pond 



Argyle E. Robinson 
Richard E. Schmidt 



COMMITTEES 
PUBLIC ACTION 
Olof Z. Cervin 
John Reed Fugard 

CiEORGE B. HeLMLE 

Herbert Hewitt 

LEGISLATIVE 

\'iCT0R A. Matteson 
Allen B. Pond 

au>:mbership 

Edwin E. Gillette 
(iEOKGE A. Knapp 
Irkdkkick Lindquist 
1\ar \'ikhe-Naess 

EXTERIAIXMEXT 
X. .\L\x Dunning 

(iKOKGK W. MaHER 

W'altkr Iv I'i:kry 

PIBLUTTV 

("haklks W. Kallal 

]\\(;EAXrS AXD ARCinTEGlLRAL EXHUUTS 
(ii;oKGi-; A. Knai'P, Chairman Spkxckr S. I^kmax John A. Xvi)i:n 

COXTRAC^TORS' CREDPrS 

B. H. Jillsox, Chairman Da\'id !•>. Postlk Howard Putxam Stirges 

Zaciiary 'Y. Davis H. W'hhsikr Tomllvsox 

LUAH^ER AXD 1TMBER SPECTITGATIOXS 
Robert S. Lixdstrom, Chairman Giiarli;s IP Hammoxd Bi:xjamix E. Wixsi.ow 

STANDARDIZE ARC IHTECTS SPECIFICATIOXS 
J'^Mi.RY Staxford Hall, Chairman CiEORGE A. Kxapp Edward H. Proust 

JURISDICTIOXAL DISPUTES 
Joskph C . Llewkllyx, Chairman H^mxg K. Poxd Richard ]•;. Schmidt 

JOIXT COAOHTTEE TO ACT WPPH LIKE COMAHTTEE EROM 
CHAPTER OX WAR RELAITOXS 

(iEORGE \V. MaHER (iEORCK BkAVMOXT 



Frank E. Davidson, Chairman 
Robert C. Berlin 
Erank Carpenter 



Harry 1^. Wheelock 
Charles PL Hammond 

Arthur E. Hussander 
Joseph 'P. Eortin 
George H. (Jilbert 



Howard Putnam SruRGi:s, 

Chairman 
Frederick L. Barrktt 

Li'.oN K. Stanhopi:, Chairnuui 



A. L. PiLLSBURY 

Charles H. Prindiville 
James ]\L White 



Richard E. Schmidt 



Walter E. Perry 
Henry W^orthmanx 
H. L. Palmer, Secretary 



Leon E. Urbaix 

H. L. Palmer, Secretary 



\'lCTOR A. AP\tteson 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 

1917-1918 

*ln(licates members in service of their country. 

MEMBERS 

Adell Ralph Iv, Elgin, III. Chaffee, Dud^^y (\, Peoria, III. 

Ahlschlager, Walter W., /// IT. \Vaslii)iglo)i Chuxwdi, \nion, iSoi S. AsIiUduI Ave. 

St. , rhatten, Melville C, 64 E. t'aii Buirii St. 

Aldrich, Harry (i., Calcsbiirg, 111. Christcnsen, Chas. W., 4gj8 N. Lincoln Ave. 

Allison, Lyman J., log N. Dearborn Si. Christensen, John C., j2jj^ Evergreen Ave. 

AlmquiBt, Carl M., jj S. Dearborn Si. Chubb, John D., log N. Dearborn St. 

Alschuler, Alfred S., 2S J<:. Jaekso)i Blvd. Church, M. II., 140 S. Dearborn St. 

Armstronjj;, John A., // .S'. La Salle St. Church, Walter S., 140 S. Dearborn St. 

Aroner. J. S., ijo N. Wells St. Clark, C. R., Champaign, III. 

Aschauer, (\ J., Deeatiir, III. *Clark, Edwin, 6 N. Michigan Ave. 

Ashby, (;. W., 17S W. Jackso)i Blvd. Clark, Robert (\, /■216 Harvard Ave. 

Ashby, Wilbert B., i/S lb. Jackson Blvd. Cloyes, Frederick ()., iSg W. Madison St. 

Cobb, Wm. II., 21^6 Snnnvside Ave. 

Bannister, Ceo. S., 7/5 S. Dearborn St. Coffin, A. S., O4 \V . Randolph St. 

liarnes. Julian, Joliet, III. Colcord, Albert K., 7/7 A'. Dearborn St. 

Barrett, Frederick L., yon-goo S. Michigan Coh, Arthur W., ^41 ? Greemvood Ave. 

Barton, Francis M., :,io S. Wabash Ave. (\)n\vay, Wm. H.," Sprimi^lieUL III. 

Beaudry, Ralph L., J^KlJ Princeton Ave. Crosbv, Wm. Spencer, ijc) W. Washington St. 

Beaumont, C.eorge, J5 A'. Dearborn St. Croweu, S. X., jo X. La Salle St. 

Behel, \'ernon W'., 2^ X. Dearborn St. 

Beman, S. S., jj2 S. Michigan Ave. Dalse>-, Harry I., i i2j S. Throop St. 

Bennett, Arthur J. T., ,^S\S'. I)earl)orii St. Daviclson, I'. !•>., jj W. Jackson Blvd. 

Bennett, Wm. Arthur, Benton Harbor, Mich. Davis, Cieo. H., Peoria, III. 

Benson, •Edward, 7/.V X. Lii Salle St. Davis, Z. T., 64 E. ]'an Biiren St. 

Berlin, R. (\, ig S. La Salle St. Day, Warren W., Peoria, III. 

Bernhard, Wilhelm, ^y lb. Liandolp/i St. De Arment, b'rank 11., ,?../,? .V. I)earl)orn St. 

Bishop, Thomas R., jj S. Dearborn St. De Mone\', I'"rank ()., 5 A'. La Sidle St. 

Bjork, David 'i\, ^240 Sawver Ave. Dennis, Chas. A., 4020 lb. Addison Ave. 

Blondin, Fdw. A.,' 4 lb, Carjield Blvd. Dibelka, James B., 7,?o A^ Fifth Ave. 

i^ouchard. Louis ('., ^y lb. Ra)idolph St. Dipjxjld, .Albert P., ./~.-/7 Cottage Crave Ave. 

Jirabancb V. ]. F., (joi Wright-wood Ave. Doerr, J. [•"., 2S E. Jackson Blvd. 

Bradley, Cha's. W., Rockford, III. Doerr, Wm. P., 2S E. Jackson Blvd. 

Branil/.k}-, Wm. 'bhomas, (kj II'. Randolph Doughert}-, Moyd I\., ,^i A'. /^r(/r/)f;/v/ ,S7. 

St. Dowling, 10. I''., f) X. Michiga)i Ave. 

Bristle, Jose]))! lb, / ^<> X. Welts St. Dreyer, Detlef J., ,\t .V. Dearborn St. 

Brockmeyer, b.dwin ('., LlasI St. Louis. III. Drummond, Wm., iqS. La Stdlc St. 

Buckell. .\rlhur C., 72?? A". Robey St. Dubin, (ieo. lb, 72/ lb. 12th St. 

Buckingham, ClartMuc \\'., Jacksonville, III. Duesing, Theodore, 2~oo West 22d St. 

Buerger, .\lbert J.. Jr., // ,v) X. Central Ave. Dunford, Samuel lb, 7>V(; X. Dearborn St. 

Burnham, 1). lb, jr.. 2o(j S. La Salle St. Dumiing, X. Max, yo S. Wabash Ave. 

*Burnham, Hubert , 2110 S. LaSalle St. Dwen, Robert C., J7 /) L'Jlis Ave. 

Buser, .Xalhanit'l V.., .Mount Morris, III. 

Eckland, Henry. .\Ioli)ie, III. 

Cad}', J. K.. lyo lb. Wiishinglon St. I'xkstron, Christian .\., 5 A'. La Salle St. 

Carnegie. Wm. d.. !S(j lb, Miulison St. I'achberg, S. M., a^ |b. Riindolph St. 

Car|)enter, braiik .\.. Rocklord. III. b^merson, I'"rank .X., Peoria. III. 

Carr. Chas. .Mban. Omaha. Xcb. Frmeling, Rali)h \\'., iS(j lb. Madison St. 

Carr. (ieo. Wallace, 122 S. Michigan Av/-. 

*Cern\-, ]err\- b. 1444 S. Cra-uford Ave. *I''erren/., Tirrell }.. t ■'^- lb(//)(/,s7/ .\vc. 

Cervin.'olaf Z.. Rock I.s/and, 'ill. Fiddelke, H. c' Oak Park, III. 



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ischer, 1''. W., Qij4 Commercial Ave. 

ischcr, John B., 140 S. Dearborn St. 
''ishman, M. Maurice, IJ42 S. Halsted Si. 
'laks, Francis A., ig^^6 S. Springfield Ave. 
'letcher, Robert C, i/g W. Washington 

St. 

'linn, Raymond W., 8 S. Dearborn St. 
'lizikowski, John S., 138 N. La Salle St. 
'oehringer, Frederick, 186 N. La Salle St. 
'oltz, Freclerick C, iii W . Washington St. 
'ortin, Joseph T., 600 Blue Island Ave. 
'oster, Arthur, 2-^0 S. La Salle St. 
'oster, Wm. ()., Streator, III. 
'OX, Chas. Iv, yod Lincoln Parkway. 
'ranee, Roy V., ijj N. Clark St. 
Yiedman, Raphael N. jj2 E. j6th St. 
Yommann, Fmil H., 64 IF. Randolph St. 
Yost, Charles S., 10 j S. La Salle, St. 
'ry, I'Vank L., 140 S. Dearborn St. 
"ugard, John Reed, 111 IF. Monroe St. 
"urst, Charles J., i/g IF. Washington St. 



(laddis, John W., \lncennes, hid. 
(iatterdam, I*\ I^., 1^4 Ra)idolph St. 
Caul, Herman J., in W. Washington St. 
(ierber, .Arthur \'., j6ji S. Halsted St. 
(icrhardt, Paul, 64 W. Randolph St. 
Cibb, Wm. R., lOo II'. Jackson Blvd. 
Cilbert, (ieo. H., 4cX\^ Lake Park Ave. 
('.ill, Rudolph /., Mnrphysboro, III. 
Cilletle, Fdwin 1\, ,V .S". J)earhorn St. 
Creen, H. IF, -j- li. Washini^loii St. 
Cubbins, Wm. F.. 755 .V. Clark St. 
Guenzel, Fouis, in IF. Washington St. 

Hall, E. Stanford, j2j(> IF. Monroe St. 

Hamilton, J. F., 814 Toiver Court 
*Hammond, Chas. IF, 64 P. Win Buren St. 

Hanifen, John, Ottawa, III. 

Hansen, Harald M., 112 M. La Salle St. 

Hansen, Paul, 8jo Lawrence Ave. 

Hargen, Paul T., ijg N. Clark St. 
^Harris, Ralph C, 79 IF. Monroe St. 

Hat/ield, Clarence, 7 S. Dearborn St. 

Flawk, Albert T., 81 j La Salle St. Station. 

Hecht, Albert S., IJ4 W. Randolph St. 

Heimbeck, Walter C, i/]6 W. io2d St. 

Heinz, F. IF, 128 N. La Salle St. 

Helfenstellcr, lamest, .S7. Louis. Mo. 
*Helmle, (ieo. IF, Springfield, III. 

Helmle, Henry R., Springfeld, III. 

Henry, Chas. D., Kankakee, III. 

Henschien. IF Peter, ]j IF. Van Buren 
St. 

Hercules, Jacob W., Peoria, III. 

Herlin, (ieorge W., Marshalltown. la. 

Hetherington, J. T., 6g IF. Washington St. 

Hettinger, John P., ji// N. Halsted St. 

Hewitt, Herbert, 32/ Main St., Peoria, III. 

Himelblau, .\. F., ij-g IF. Washington St. 



Hine, Cicero, ^221 Broadway. 
Hodgdon, Charles, IJ4 S. La Salle St. 
Hodgkins, H. (F, 17 g W. Washington St. 
Hoermann, Carl, 8 S. Dearborn St. 
Holsman, Henry K., jj2 S. Michigan Ave. 
Flooper, William F., 2721 S. Michigan Ave. 
Floover, Ira W., 105 S. La Salle St. 
Hosmer, C. C, Wilmette, Illinois. 
Flotchkiss, Robt. J., Peoria, Illinois. 
*Hubbard, Archie H., Champaign, III. 
Huber, Julius H., 6712 N. Clark St. 
Iluehl, Harris W., ij4 W. Ra)idolph St. 
Hulsebus, Hernhard S., Peoria, III. 
Hunt, Jarvis, jo N. Michigan Ave. 
Hussander, A. T., 7 S. Dearborn St. 
Hussey, Harry IF, ig S. La Salle St. 
Hyde, RoI)ert M., 234 S. La Salle St. 
Hyland, Paul \'., 2g P. Madison St. 

Jensen, Pdmer C., ^g S. La Salle St. 
Jillson, B. H., gii'i S. Robey St. 
Jobson, C. v., jg E. Adams St. 
Johnson, (iilbert ;\., Rockford, III. 
Johnston. W. K., 680^; Vale Ave. 
Johnstone, Percy T., jo N. Michigan Ave. 
Jones, Wm. C., 30 N. La Salle St. 
*Joy, Samuel Scott, 7//(V 11'. j^lh St. 
Jyrch, Karl F., igiO Pulton Ave. 



Pdwardsville, 



Kallal, Chas. W., C/7y //(///. 
Kane, Michael IF, Bolnn Bldg. 

III. 

Kane, Robert F., ijj4 Morse Ave. 
Kat telle, Walter R., Riverside, III. 
Kiefer, .Albert, Peoria, III. 
King, John I''., Peoria, III. 
Kingsley, Geo. S., log N. Dearborn St. 
Klewer, W. F., 64 Randolph St. 
Knapp, (ieorge Arnold, 7/7 IF. Monroe St. 
Knox, Arthur H., 104 S. Michigan Ave. 
Kocher, Jacques J., 806 IF. 79/// St. 
Kohfcdt, Walter (i., 64 E. Wm Buren Si. 
Koster, John F., 775 S. Dearborn St. 
Kupfer, Otto A., i86j Millard Ave. 

Fayer, Robert IV, 118 X. La Salle Si. 
Fehle, Fouis, jS S. Dearborn St. 
Fcviton, Morton, 755 \ . Clark Si. 
Fevy, .Mex. F., 28 X. Clark Si. 
Fewis, Fe Roy, Jr., 707 .V. Michigan Ave. 
Fiedbcrg, Hugo J., 757 11". Randolph St. 
Finderoth, S. F., 3844 S. Elizabeth Si. 
Findquist, V., lyg IF. Washington St. 
Findstroni, Robert S., 777 IF. Washington St., 

— Portland Cement .\ssn. 
Fiska, I''.mil, g6()i Prospect Ave. 
Flewellyn, J. C, j8 S. Dearborn St. 
Fonek, .Adolph, 7 7,S' X. La Salle Si. 
Fovdall, George F.. <S' S. Dearborn Si. 
Fovell, Sidney, jo X. Michigan Ave. 



Ludgin, Joseph H., iSg W . Madison St. 
Lund, A. G., 8io \V . 6jd St. 

MahafTcy, D., 7/<S^ N. La Salle St. 

Maher, (ieo. W., 206 S. La Sal/e St. 

Mahler, Harry H., 1600 W. Madison St. 

MaUinger, John, 2Qjo Broadway. 

Maimer, Eugene, Aurora, IlL 

Marienthal, Oscar B., §22g Inglcside Ave. 

Martin, Edgar D., 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Martini, Elisabeth A., 64 E. Van Buren St. 
*Matteson, \'ictor Andre, La Salle, III. 

Maupin, James M., Alton, III. 

Mauran, John Lawrence, .S7. Louis, Mo. 

McArthur, Albert C, 64 W. Randolph St. 

McCall, Thomas, jo N. La Salle St. 

McCarthy, Jos. W., 139 N. Clark St. 

McClellan, Edward (ieo.. Sod W. 70th St. 

McDonald, Luther VV., 849 E. ^^d St. 

McLane, C. D., Rock Island, III'. 

McMuUen, H. J., 127 X. Dearborn St. 

Meldahl, Jens J., J4j S. Dearborn St. 
*Meyer, Erederic H., 64 W. Randolph St. 
*Miller, Chas. A., Oak Park, III. 

Miller, John W., ih^o Carmen Ave. 

Miller, Joseph A., ijj N. Clark St. 

Miller, Lee, 4JJ7 Calumet Ave. 

Minchin, Sidney A., ijo X. Fifth Ave. 

Molitor, Joseph, i/g IE. Washington St. 

Morehouse, M. J., J4J S. Dearborn St. 

Morgan, Chas. L., 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

Morrell, John, Clinton, la. 

Mueller, Bernard A., East St. Louis, III. 

Mundie, W. B., jq S. La Salle St. 

Neebe, John K., i<Ssg 11'. Chicago Ave. 
Newell, Frank \'., 1 144 Birclrwood Ave. 
Newhouse, Henry L., 4630 Prairie Ave. 
Newman, E. M., jo A^ La Salle St. 
Nielsen, Carl, 1-^4 IT. Ra)ulolph St. 
Nimmons, (ieo. ("., 122 S. Mieliigan Ave. 
Norman, Andrew, / ijrt I)evo)i Ave. 
Nyden, John A., ^)4\\'. Randolph Si. 

Oliver, Ralph U., 234 S. La Salle St. 
Olsen, Paul !•"., 127 X. Dearbor)i Si. 
Ostergren, Robert C., // S. La S,ille Si. 
Otis, William .\., ^> X. Michigan Ave. 
Ottenheimer, H. L., 220 S. State St. 

I'a^TJs, Will. I"., ig S. La S,dle Si. 
I'ashiey, Alfred L., 431 S. Dearborn St. 
i'entecost, D. S., 127 X. Dearbor)i St. 
Perkins, Dwight H., S14 Tower Court. 
i'erkins, I'Vank \\'., 7^24 Stewart Ave. 
Perkins, I'"rederick W., 332 S. Michiga)i Ave. 
Perry, Walter E., 140 S. Dearborn St. 
Peterson, Edward .A., Rockford. III. 
I'feiffenberger, (ieo. D., East St. Louis. III. 
I'illsbury, .Arthur L., Bloomington, III. 



I'ingrey, Roy E., 2og S. La Salic St. 
Piontek, Clement L., i^7g Milwaukee Ave. 
Pleins, Leo. H., §^4 S. Franklin St. 
Pond, Allen B., 64 E. Van Buren St. 
Pond, Irving K., 64 E. Van Buren St. 
Pestle, D. E., 140 S. Dearborn St. 
Poulsen, Edward J., 4oig X. Harding Ave. 
Poulsen, George E., 327 S. La Salle St. 
Powers, Horace ^., j X. La Salle St. 
Preis, Carl G., Xew York, X. V. 
Pridmore, J. E. O., jS S. Dearborn St. 
Prindeville, Chas. PI., 64 E. Van Buren St. 
Probst, Edward, So E. Jackson Blvd. 
Pruyn, William II., Jr., 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Rae, Robert, Wilmette, III. 
Rapp, (ieorge L., ()g W . Washington St. 
Rawson, Chas. P., 4g2o Drake Ave. 
Reeves, Wm. C, Peoria, III. 
Reichert, William (i., 220 S. State Si. 
Reynertson, Theis J., /9,?7 Crawford Ave. 
Rezny, J. B., 2202 S. Crawford Ave. 
Rich, Harry E., 4^1 S. Dearborn St. 
Richards, H. H., '327 S. La Salle St. 
Richardson, Jason I-"., Oltaiva, III. 
Riddle, Herbert H., 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Riddle, Lewis W., 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Riester, Frank P., East St. Louis, III. 
Rinaker, John L., Springfield, III. 
Roberts, E. E., ,S'_' IF. Washington St. 
Robertson, David, 755 A'. Clark St. 
Robinson, .\rgyle E., loS S. La Salle St. 
Roeddiger, V. \V. C, 4S41 Langlev Ave. 
Rohm, Wm., ijS X. La Salle St. ' 
Rosen, Richanl O., Decatur, III. 
Rother, Eugene Paul, 2gj6 X. California. 
Rowe, Lindley P., 5j IF. Jackson Blvd. 
Roy, Franz, gi4(> Commercial Ave. 
Royer, Joseph W., I'rbana, III. 
Russell, Lewis Iv, J5 A^ Dearborn St. 
Rusy, -Anthony I'"., iji^gS. .l_V(7-,v Ave. 

Salisbury, Robert IF, Whealon, III. 
Sandegren, .A., /// IF. Washington Si. 
Sandel, Monroe R., 4j2j Hazel Ave. 
Sanders, Lewis Miles, igo7 Xebraska Ave. 
Saxe, .Albert Moore, 64 E. Wm Buren Si. 
Scheller, Jesse E.. 4t')T4 Collage drove .Ive. 
Sihenck, Rudolph, 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Schlacks, IF J., 721 X. Michigan .Ave. 
Schmid, R. (.., 757 IF. Randolph St. 
Schmidt, Hugo, 7222 Oglesby Ave. 
Schmidt, R. E., 104 S. Michigan Ave. 
Schoenfeldt, Frank, 405S Madison Si. 
Schroeder, John M., ji A^ Dearborn St. 
Schullz, Martin M., ig^^ IF. 20th Si. 
Schuize, Carl E., 17S \V[ Jackson Blvd. 
Schuize, William, 2()()g IF. Xorth Ave. 
Schulzke, Wm. IF. Moline. III. 
Schwartz, Albert A., 6 X. Clark Si. 



Scribbins, John A., Decatur, III. 
Seator, S. M., jj A^. Dearborn Si. 
Seyfarth, Robert, 8jo-ij4 -^'- ^t/ Salle St. 
Shattuck, W. F., iq S. La Salle St. 
Shaw, Howard, jq . . State St. 
Shepardson, Ralph S., Aurora, III. 
Shopbell, Cliflford, Evansville, Ind. 
Sierks, Henry, iHo N. Dearborn St. 
Spencer, N. S., Champaign, III. 
Spitzcr, Maurice, 5 N. La Salle St. 
Stanhope, Leon E., iii W. Monroe St. 
Steube, Len F. W., Danville, III. 
Stevens, Harry E., jj W. Jackson Blvd. 
Stone, John R., <V .S". Dearborn St. 
Strandel, Charles A., 5 A^. La Salle St. 
Strauch, Moriz F., ijj6 Diversey Parkway. 
Sturges, Howard Putman, ig S. La Salle St. 
Sturm, Meyer J., 116 S. Michigan Ave. 
Sturntield, C. H., 6ou Blue Island Ave. 
*Swern, Perry \\'., ig S. La Salle St. 

*'reesdale, Lawrence \'., ?(y IF. 6jd St. 
*Leniple, Harvey R., U. S. A. 

Thomas, Stafford F., 140 S. Dearborn St. 

Tocha, Anton, 122 j N. Ashland Ave. 

Tomhnson, l\. Webster, 64 E. Van Bureii. 

Turnbull, (iilbert ]\L, 10 S. La Salle St. 

Uffendell, William (1., ^g S. State St. 

*Urbain, Leon F., 20 11'. Jackson Blvd. 

Urbanek, Chas. A., jjo .V. Clark St. 

\ail, Morrison H., Di.xon, III. 

\an Bergen, John S., Oak Park, III. 



\'iehc-\aess, Ivar, 64 E. Van Buren St. 
Vilzthum, Karl M., jj IF. Jackson Blvd. 

Wach, Edward F., jj// .S". Kedzie Ave. 
Walker, Wm. Ernest, 30 N. Michigan Ave. 
Wallace, Chas. L., Joliet, III. 
Waterman, H. H., 10 S. La Salle St. 
Watson, Jesse N., St. Louis, Mo. 
Watson, Robt. Bruse, 225 S. Central Park. 
Watson, \'ernon S., i8g IF. Madison St. 
Weber, Alfred P., /// IF. Washington St. 
W^eber, Peter J., j.^^ .V. Dearborn St. 
Webster, Chas. Woods, Joliet, III. 
Weiss, John W., jj IF. Jackson Blvd. 
Westerlind, Carl Vv., /// IF. Washington St. 
Wheelock, H. B., 64 IF. Randolph St. 
White, Howard J., 141 /-So E. Jackson Blvd. 
White, James M., Prof., Urbana, III. 
White, Kesson, 4227 Prairie Ave. 
Whitmeycr, Mark H., Peoria, III. 
*Whitsilt, H. W., Moline. III. 
Williamson, W. (i., ig S. La Salle St. 
Wilmanns, August C., ^5 S. Dearborn St. 
Winkel, Benno, 4^42 N. Kedzie Ave. 
Winslow, Benj. E., 261J N. Richmond St. 
Woltersdorf, A. F., ijS X. La Salle St. 
Woodyatl, Ernest, 755 A'. Clark St. 
Worthmann, Henry, i ^j N. Clark St. 

*York, John D., ij2j X. Clark St. 

Zidek, Joseph, 4021 IF. A'r^/7// Ave. 
Zimmerman, Hugo H., j~2<S Pine drove Ave. 
Zippwald, Otto, 140 X. Dearborn St. 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Baumann, Frederick, 2744 Pine Crave 
Clay, W. W., 226 S. La Salle St. 
(loodnow, Charles N., Citv Hall. 
Hill, Henry W., i jS X. La Salle St. 



I'almer, H. L., iq S. La Salle St. 
I'feiffer, (ieo. L., Lemon Citv, Florida. 
Randolph, S. M., Oak Park'. 
Wight, V. B.. 122^^ E. 47th St. 



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INDEX OF EXHIBITS 

Owing to a conflict of dates between this exhibition and that of the 
T. Square Club at Philadelphia, a number of exhibits have not been listed in 
this catalogue. 

AHLSCHLAGKR, WALTER, W., Comvuy Bldg. 

1 Beatrice Creamery, i6th and State Sts. 

2 Full-size details "Pantheon" Theatre — Drawn by Chas. Morgan. 

3 Interior of "Pantheon" Theatre, Sheridan Road — Drawn b}- Chas. Morgan. 

4 F^vanston Golf Club. 

5 Entrance Thru Woods — Evanston Coif Club. 

6 Detail Sketch from Links — Evanston Golf Club. 

ALSCHULER, ALFRED S., 28 E. Jackson Blvd. 

7 Group picture containing ten buildings. 

ANDERSEN, AXI':L, 4000 Jackson Blvd. 

8 Clay Model of House and Garden. 

AWSUMB, GEORGE, i8g IF. Madison Si. 

q Glen EUyn Public Library. » 

10 Detail — Glen Ellyn Public Library. 

11 Interior — Glen Ellyn Public Library. 

HAJARI, WM. R., 214 X. Hamlin Ave. 

1 2 Residence. 

HARXUM, G. L., 4846 Ilulchinson .St. 

13 Church on North Side — Water Color Sketch. 

14 The Museum — Water Color Sketch. 

15 "The Mansion," Mt. Vernon, Va. — Water Color Sketch. 

16 Church Tower — Water Color Sketch. 

I 7 Sketch at Mt. \'ernon, \'a. — Water Color. 

18 Congressional Library, Washington, D. C. — Pastel Sketch. 

iq Peace Monument, Washington, D. C. — Pastel Sketch. 

20 Washington Monument. — Pastel Sketch. 

21 "The Pier" at 4 A. m. — Water Color Sketch. 

22 Church. Northwest Side. — Water Color Sketch. 

23 Church. West Side. — Water Color Sketch. 

24 "Fountain at 12th and Michigan Blvd." — Conte Crayon Sketch. 
"The Foundations" (X'ew Museum) — Tempera Skctcli. 



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BEMAX, S. S., McCormlck Bldg. 

26 "Linden Lodge." Country house of O. B. Englisch, Esq., Kankakee, 111. 

27 Sketch for proposed country home. 

28 A small private bank building. 



JiKJIR, ]•:. TIII'.O., nj I']. I'carsoi! SI. 

29 Decoration in Louis X\'l Style — Oil. 

Hl'NNETT, E. H., iSoo Ruikcay E.xrhani;,' Bldg. 

30 Plan of Camp C'.rant, Rockford, 111. 

BOKIIXKR, .VLEXANDER, 220 S. Michigan Ave. 
,51 Old Flower Painting. 
^2 Antique Flower Painting. 

^ HOSWORTH, WELLFS, 5^7 J-'O'lh .Ivr., Xnc York, X. Y. 

3S Preliminary Study for President's House, Mass. Institute of Technology. 

34 Preliminary Study of Detail, President's House, Afass. Institute of Technology. 

HOTKF, JFSSIF ARMS, IJ42 /•'. s/ll, Si. 

35 Photos of decorations in Ida Xoyes Hall, University of Chicago, "A Masque of 

\'outh." 

36 Sketch for a decoration. 

BKAUX, \V. T., iSg JF. Madison St. 

37 House at Cedar Rajjids, Iowa. 

HUILDIXC; MATFRIAF V.XUWWW ,7^ \Y . Jackson Blvd. 
^^^'^ lO exhibits. 

UFCK, FAWRF.VCF, 64 E. Van Burcn SI. 

3g My House, Ra\inia. III. 

40 \'iew I'>om My Studio, Ra\inia, 111. 

41 Residence of Mr. H. Crandall, Ravinia, 111. 

42 Carden of Mr. H. Crandall, Ravinia, 111. 

43 (iarden of Mr. H. Crandall, Ra\inia, 111. 

44 (iarden of Mr. H. Crandall, Ra\-inia, 111. 

45 (iarden and Chapel, Allendale, 111. 
4O (iarden and Chapel, .Mlendale, III. 

HCRi;.\F OF .\RCHITFCrURF OF TIIF M. K. ClliJRCll, S09 Garland Bldg. 
47 A recommended type for a city church. 
4S .\ large church of the rural type. 
4() .V recommended t\-i)e for a rural church. 

HrK\II.\.\I, D. H. & CO., 20Q S. La Salic Si. 

50 Sketch of a proposed hotel. 

C.\MPHFLL, FD.MUXD S., The Art Inslilulc. 

51 ]'>le\-ation of a country club. 

52 Sketch of decoration of logia of \'illa .Madane, Rome. 

53 Tower, \'ieux St. Pierre, Caen. 

54 Sketch of Tower, St. (iermain des Pres. 

CHAXDLER, CLYDE C, 622S rnivcrsily Ave. 

55 \'arious Ivxhibits. 



ClIA'rri'lX & IIAM.\l().\l),(1^ /•:. r<;« Ihtrcn St. 

56 Residence of Mr. C \\ . Iligle^', Hinsdale 

57 Residence of Mr. C W. Higley, Hinsdale. 

58 Residence of Mr. \\. M. Skinner, J'Aanston. 
5c) Residence of Mr. I"]. M. Skinner, lOvanston. 
()o Residence of Mr. l'".. M. Skinner, I'A-anston. 
6[ Residence of Mr. J. H. Carr, Hinsdale. 

62 Residence of Mr. J. H. Carr, Hinsdale. 

63 Residence of Mr. (iuy liart, Hinsdale. 
()4 Residence of Mr. (luv FJart, Hinsdale. 

CIHCACiO SCHOOL OK ARCHFTI'lC'rURi;, The Art Instilule. 

C)5 Interior. Decoration of a City Residence. 

()() .\ I'rix'ate Swimming I'ool. 

()7 Stud_\' ol ihe Roman Ionic Order. 

()S .\ slate Capitol, plan. 

(h) .Measured Drawing of a Spanish Sedan Cleois. 

70 A state capilol, ele\'ation. 

CIHC.XCO ri;CHXIC.\L C()\AAWV.^ 2721 Michigan Avr. 

71 Second year problem, alteration of store building in a small town. 

CHILDS & SMrm, ijj S. Michigan Ave. 

72 Front l'"dc\-ation State Bank of Dundee, Dundee, 111. 

73 Memorial Tomb at Xeenah, Wis. 

74 l'",le\ation X'ocational School at Appleton, Wis. 

75 Residence for .Mr. .\. (.". Cilbert, at Xeenah, \\ is. 
7f) Street J'llexation, \'. W. C. .\. at Madison, Wis. 
77 Street kdevation, V. W. C. .\. at Madison, Wis. 
7S Elevation, Hotel La Salle, Kaukauna, Wis. 

7() Russell Sage Dormitory, Ajjpleton, \\'is. 

80 l'",le\ation Wesley I'"oundation, Madison, Wis. 

81 k'ront Fde\ation, I'irst X'ational Bank, Menasha, Wis. 

S2 Interior of Hanking Room, Looking Toward \'ault, I'irst National Bank, Menasha, 
Wis. 

83 Interior of Hanking Room, Looking 'I'oward Main Entrance, First X'ational Bank, 

.Menasha, Wis. 

DIO.VX & DI';.\X, 137 S. La Salic Si. 

84 Industrial Village, Morgan T'ark, Minn. 

I)IHI':LKA, FL.VKS, & MLXCIHX, Snilc 1002.130 \. Wells Si. 

85 Sketch for Maniuettc Hotel. 

DIXISrOX 01" mU\)iA':S,Cily of Chicago. 

86 Contract Drawings of Madison St. Bridge over Chicago River. 

DCXX'IXC, X. ^L\X, J2I0 Kimball Bldg., Chicago 

87 Fourteenth Church of Christ, Scientist, Chicago. 

88 The Henry M. Simmons Memorial Church, Kenosha, Wis 
8q Lobby, Hotel \\'inton, Cleveland. 

go Hall Room, Hotel \\'inton, Cle\'eland. 

gi "Rainbow Room," Hotel Winton, Clc\-eland. 



EVENING ARCHITECTURAL SCHOOL, An Institute of Chicago. 

92 A theatre lobby. 

93 A gate lodge. 

94 A garden development. 

95 A gate lodge. 

96 A gate lodge. 

FISH, C. \V., Excelsior Springs, Mo. 

97 Siloam Gardens, Excelsior Springs, Mo. 

FROST, CHAS. S., 105 S. La Salle St. 

98 St. Paul Union Station. 

FAULKNER, CHARLES DRAPER, 332 S. Michigan Ave. 

99 Summer Home of Chester A. Tousey, Tousey Farm, Hinsdale, 111. 
100 Interiors of Residence of (Jeorge A. Hinney, Longwood, 111. 

loi Interiors of Apartment Building. 

GARDEN, HUGH M. (;., Architect, 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

102 A Garden in Lake Forest — Pergola. 

103 A Garden in Lake Forest — Cross Section. 

GEORCilA MARBLI': CO., Building Material E.xhil)it Co , 173 W . Jackson Blvd. 

104 Fountain of Cleorgia marble. 

GRAHAM, ANDERSON, PROBST & WIIITl':, Raihcay Exchange. 

105 Viaduct, Cle\elan(l, Ohio. 

106 Station Group, Chicago. 

HALE, GARDNER, 25 Charlton St., Xew York, \. V. 

107 Study in fresco for decoration of breakfast room executed in residence of Jay !•'. 

Carlisle, Esq., Islip, L. I. 

108 Photographs of completed fresco paintings in residence of Jay F. CarHsle Vs(\ 

Islip, L. I. 

HARDINC;, LAURA B , 6S03 Vale Ave. 

109 Water color of house. 

1 10 Water color of cottage. 

1 1 1 Water color of house. 

HOECKNER, C, 100 W. S6th St., Xr.c York, V. ]'. 

112 Cleopatra. 

113 War. 

HOLSMAN, HENRV K., 1344 /•'. 57th St. 

114 First State Bank, Piano, 111. - Photographs finished bldg.— Original sketch of 

design. 

115 Junius Apartment Hotel. ^ Photograph fmished bldg. and i)rogress photograph. 

HOOVER, IRA W., 103 S. La Salle St. 

116 Cycloramic restoration of .\ncient Rome. — (Photograph). 

117 Temple of Juno Lacinia, Girgcnti. 

118 Arch of Titus, Rome 

119 Temple of Concord, Girgenti 



IIOLABIRI) & ROCHI-:, 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

1 20 Addition to North Side School 

121 Cavalry Armory 

122 (iarrett Biblical Institute, View from Lake< 

123 (Jarrett Biblical Institute, Bird's-eye view from o\er Sheridan Road 

124 (larrett Jiiblical Institute, study for development 

HOSMKR, CLARE C, 706, 64 W . Randolph 

125 Store Building, Milwaukee 

12ft " Karlshuegel," Watertown, Wis. 

HYDRO STONK CO., BUILDINC; MATERIAL EXHIBIT, 175 \V.. Jackson Blvd. 

127 Ilarkness residence. New London, Conn. 

128 Northwestern Military and Naval .\cadcmy. Hydro Stone Exterior. 

JI':XK1.VS, HARRY DODCI':, 620 Woodland Parl^. 
I 2g Suggestion for parish house, Menasha, Wis. 

JEXSEN, JENS, 64 E. Van Biircn Si. 

130 Croup of photogra[)hs and drawings. 

JOHS().\, C. FRA.VK, yg E. Adams Si. 

131 Residence, luyii S. Seeley A\x'., Chicago. 

JOHNSTONE, PI;RCY T., ,?o .V. .Michigan Ave. 

132 A])artment Bldg. 

KANi:, ROin':RT L., c/o Olis o- Clark. 

133 W. .V. Cunningham Bldg. 

KNOX. ARTHUR HOWKLL, 104 S. .Michigan Blvd. 

T34 Interior of Lotlge Hall. Lawndale Masonic Temple, Chicago. 

LEBENB.\U.M, MARX & \'I(;EAX'T. 173 11'. ./ackson Blvd. 

135 (jroup of doorwaN's. 

136 House t)f .\. 1). Lasker. (Hencoe. 111. 

137 Railway Station and Oflice Bldg.. for St. Louis-San I'rancisco Railway, Oklahoma 

City, Oklahoma. 

138 Eactory Building for llg l^lectric \'entilating Co. 

139 Sketch for House at Clencoe, 111. 

140 Sketch for House at Cilencoe, 111. 

141 Study of Entrance for House at Clencoe, 111. 

142 House for .Mr. Max Epstein at (ilencoe. 111. 

143 House of Ceo. S. Payson, Chicago. 

M.\II1':R, (;I;()R(;L W., .\rchitect, Suile 206S, 20S S. La Salic Si. 

144 Residence of Mr. S. H. Velie, Kansas City, Mo. 

145 Residence of Mr. John M. Levis, Chicago, 111. 

146 Residence of Mr Trancis Lackner, Kenilworth, 111. 

147 Club House for the X'orth Shore Ciolf Club. 

14H Residence for the Late Mr. R. \V. .Sears, Oak Park, 111. 

14Q Residence of Mr. K. L. King, at Seabreeze, Florida. 

150 Residence and (larage of Mr. Adolf Schmidt, at Chicago, 111. 

151 Residence of Mr. Ceorge B. Dryden, at Evanston, 111. 

152 Carage of Mr. (leorge B. Dryden, at Evanston, 111. 



MARX, SAMUI-L A., i/s W ■ Jackso>, Blvd. 

153 Water colors. 

.M()R(;a.v, ciias. l., 104 s. .\ruii;<-a,i Aw. 

154 J'art of l'"rieze for nurser\' at top of paneled wainscot. 

155 Overmantle; house of Mr. \V. I. Saffell now under construction, Urbana, 111. 
i.sC) Prints of renderings, the originals of which are in color. 

157 An o\'ermantle. 

MUXICllWL ART CO.MM IT'rKK, ILL., CILVP. A. I. A. 
15S Ahxlel of Madison St. Hridge over CMiicago Ri\er. 

mukllI':r, I''L()vi), nu> /•:. il,///„;; /'/,;,-,•. 

i5g A design of a proposed building for a small bank. 
160 .\ design of a proposed building for a small bank. 

XLMMOXS, (;L()R(;L C. & CX)., /- .v. Michigan Blvd. 
\jjhi Kimball liuilding, jgth Street and Michigan H1\<1. 

162 Kimball ikiilding, 39th Street and Michigan Hlvd. 

163 Clan, Ra\isloe, Country ("lub, Homewood, ill. 

164 Rax-isloe Country Club, Homewood, 111. 

105 Details, Ravisloe (\)untry Club, Homewood, 111. 

XVDLX, jonX .\., 64 \V. Ramiolpli .Si. 

i()() Huilding for Swedish Historical .Society, Chicago, 111. 

i()7 (ioddard Chapel to be erected by Mr. Leroy .\. Coddard, Marion, 111. 

165 Residence for Henry P. Kransz, I':s(i., Sheridan Road, Chicago, ill 
1(h) Residence for Henry P. Krans/., V.<.'\.. Sheridan Road, Chicago, 111. 

OrrKXHLI.MLR, STLRX & RLICHLR T, 230 .S. .St„lr .Si. 

170 Chicago Hebrew Institute Milk Station. 

PAR.SOXS, WILLIA.M K., iSno R.,il,v,iy Exriuntgc. 

171 Manila Hotel. 

172 Cni\-ersity Hall, .Manila. 

173 Custom House, Cebu, Philippines. 

174 (iosernment Center, Manila. 

175 Manila Club, .Manila, Phili|)pines. 

PKKKIXS, LLLLOWS & H.\.M ILTOX, .V/./ T,nvrr Courl. 

176 Oneida Institute, Oneida, Cla_\- Count_\-, Ky. 

177 OHice Huilding of Perkins, I'ellows & Hamilton, .\rchitect3. 
17.H Ofhce Huilding of Perkins, Fellows & Hamilton, .\rchitects. 
170 l''armers Trust Co. iildg.. So. Hend, Ind. 

iSo Residence of Mrs. Cyrus H. .McCormick, Lake I''orest, 111. 
iSr Residence of .Mrs. Cyrus H. .McCormick, Lake Forest, III. 

POXI) & POXI), 1 107. 64 /<:. Van Burrn .Si. 

1S2 Study for the Albany Park Presbyterian Church. 

1 83 Oak Park Woman's Club. 

1.S4 Study for the Chicago Woman's Club Huilding. 

PRID.MORI', J. F. ()., /70Z Fir.sl Xalional Bank Bldv,. 
185 Theatre for Terre Haute Theatres Co. 
1 80 Sketches for Theatre Hldg., Chicago, III. 



SCHMIDT, (;AR0J':\ & MARTIX, 104 S. Michigan Ave. 

187 A Sanatorium in xNorth Carolina — I'crs|)ective study of entrance court. 

188 A Sanatorium in North Carolina — Persj^ective study of group. 

189 (Jary General Hospital, Cary, Indiana — Perspective study of first unit. 

190 House for Mr. Henry Cund, La Crosse, Wis. — Studies of elevations 

191 A hotel in Chicago — Persjiective study. 

192 Lafayette Home Hospital, Lafayette, Ind. — Perspective study. 

193 Paducah Hospital for Illinois Central Railroad — Perspective study of i)reliminary 

design. 

194 Paducah Hospital for Illinois Central Railroad — Perspective study of south front. 
19s Paducah Hospital for Illinois Central Railroad — Preliminary studies of elevations. 

196 Paducah Hospital for Illinois Central Railroad — Perspective study of north front. 

197 Paducah Hosi)ital for Illinois Central Railroad — Perspective study of entrance. 

198 Paducah Hospital for Illinois Central Railroad — Prehminary studies. 

199 Paducah Hospital for Illinois Central Railroad — • Preliminary studies. 

SHATTUCK & IIUSSKV, 19 S. La Salle Si. 

200 Y. M. C. A. Hldg., Hamilton, Ohio. 

201 Hoys' Club at Rockford, 111. 

202 i'erspcctive of hospital at Brockton, .Mass. 

203 IIca<l(|uartcrs iildg. \'. .M . C. A., Shangliai, China. 

SHAW, HOWAKi), 39 S. Stale Si. 

204 James M. Willcox Res., Radnor, Penn. 

S.Mri'H, Hl'BKRr A., ['rhaHa. III. 

205 Croup of sketches. 

SPl'XCl'R & P()\\I;RS,..- .V. /.,/ .S',;//r .S7. 

2o() Studs' for a country ckih. 

207 Stud}' lor a country club. 

20S Study for a country club. 

20() Country house near Knoxville, Tenn. 

210 ■rwenty-ont' aixirtmenl buiUhng for S. T. Mather, Chicago. 

21 1 (\)unlr)' Club at Lake (ieiu'\-a, Wis. 

212 Residence of X. W. Williams, lOx-anslon, 111. 

SPI'A'CIOR, POWl'-.RS &' MARj-lX, rj,)S,_^ .V. La Salle SI. 

213 I'roposed aparlmeiU hotel, Detroit, Mich. 

214 boll building lor ■{'utile Realty Co., Soutli Henri, Ind. 

STRATSS HASCrid'; HRiD(;i'; CO.. 104 S. Miehii^an .Ive. 
2 I 5 I'roposed bridge. 
2 i() I'roposed bridge. 

'IWLL.MADCI'; & WATSOX. iSo W. Madison SI. 
217 Ski'tcli lor .Masonic rempli', Alton, 111. 

215 \'ie\vs of house for Mr. R. I). Lav. Chicago. 

219 Sketch of house for Mr. Win I). Mclunkin. 

220 Sketch of house for Mr. C. W. Price 

I'PJOIIX, HOHI'RT lb, \r;e ]'ork. 

221 Altar & Reredos. Christ Churcli. Raleigh, X. ('. 

222 Pers|)ecli\e of new hospital — Wings and terrace. Port Chester, X. ^^ 



WARREN, W. A., lo S. La Salle St. 

223 Alteration of >s^o. 1425 N. State Pkwy., Chicago, for Mr. Hugh Johnston, Hving 



room. 



224 Alteration of No 1425 N. State Pkwy., Chicago, for Mr. Hugh Johnston, hall. 

225 Alteration of No. 1425 N. State Pkwy., Chicago, for Mr. Hugh Johnston, dining 



room. 



WILSON EYRE & MclLVMNE, 1003 Spntcc Si., Philadelphia. 

226 Entrance front — House for John Barnes Townsend, Esq., Radnor, Pa. 

227 Garden front — House for John Barnes Townsend, Esq., Radnor, Pa. 

WHITE, J.VMES M., Supervising .Architect, University of Illinois, Urhana, 111. 

228 Facade of proposed library for the University of Illinois. 

229 Perspective of cattle feeding plant — Uni\-ersity of Illinois. 

230 Rendered detail of North Pavilion, Smith .Memorial .Music Hall, Unixersity of 

Illinois. 

WILMANNS, .\UGUST C, Architect, Room 71Q. x^ S. Dearborn SI. 

231 Chateau Theatre Bldg., Chicago, 111.— Ph()togra|)h of details. 

WALKER, FR.VNK CHASI' , 20 W. ./aekson Blvd. 

232 Fountain for a public place. 

WRIGHT, JOHN LLOVI). 

~i2 ToN'land, a i)air of screens — Pla\- room decoration. 



ILLINOIS CII.\PTER, .\.I..\., and ILLIXOIS ST.VFK H().\RI) Ol' ,\{ iRIcri/rCKE. 

Competition for a .Masonry I'arm House to co>t 85,000, held under auspices of 
Illinois Chapter, .\merican Institute of .\rchitects and Illinois State Board of 
.\griculture. — 27 drawings. 

A collection of |)h()tographs taken by the I'rcnch .Mini>try of War of the injured and 
destroyed Architeitural .Monument> of Northern InuKe. Loaned b\ (lie .\rt Institute. 

HISI'ORICAL KXHJHITIOX 

\n exhibition of photo^raijh., and drawings illust ratin- the architecture of tlu' State of 
Illinois from the earliest settlements to the present day. The exhibits are arranged in 
chronological order and illustrate the different styles of architectural progress in the'state. 
The committee acknowledges its indebtedness to the State Historical Society, the Chicago 
Historical Society, the .Art Instituti\ and .Mr. Orson Smith. 




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THE THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL 

CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITION 

(•.I\i:\ JOINTLY BY 
THK CHICAGO ARC HITECTl'RAL C'H B 

IHK ILLINOIS SOCIKTV OF ARCIUTLCTS 

THK ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMKRICAN LNSTirUTE OF AR(MHTi:( TS 

wrm rill-: ("o-oi'i-iration oi' 
THF ART INSTITUTE OF CHKAL.O 




Garden of Myron Hunt, Architect 



IN THE GALLERIES 

OF THE ART INSTITUTE OF UHKWOO 

APRIL LS TO MAY 8, 1919 



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O^rc Biiil(!i)iii, The Woman's Benefit Assoeidlion 

of the Maeeohees, Port Iluro)!, Mieh. 

KicHAki) I'.. ScHMinr, (.ardia cv Maimin. Archilcds, (liiciuo 



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THE THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITION 

JOINT EXHIBITION COMMITTEE 

Frank A. Chii.ds, Chairman Archihald S. Mori'hkti, Secretary 

(iKORCuc A. KxAPi', Treasurer 



REPRKSKNTIXC. CHICAGO 
ARCIIITl^CTl'RAl. CLUB 

Archibald S. Morphktt 

I'^RITZ W'At.N'KR, Jr. 

RoBKRT L. Franklin 
Hkrhicrt K. Down ton 

SUIURI) A. Ro(iNSTAl) 



RKPRRSFXTL\(; ILLINOIS 
SOCIFTV OF ARC HITFCTS 

(".kor(;k a. Knaim' 
S. S. Beman 
Horace S. Powers 
Albert M. Saxic 
Howard L. (henev 



RKPRFSFNTIXO ILLINOIS CHAPTFR 
AMERICAN INSTITl'IF OF ARCHITFCTS 

I'rank a. Childs 
F. W. PrcKEV 
Hubert Bcrnham 
Earl II. Ri'Ed, Jr. 
Emery B. Jackson 
Fri;derick Johnck 



COMMITTEE ON 
FINANCE 

CiEOROE A. Knai'R, Cliairnui)! 
Frliz Waonkr, Jr. 

Su.rUD A. ROONSTAD 

CO.MMITTi:!-: ON 
CATALOC. 

R()hi;ri L. I'ranklin, Ciiairnuui 

11. II. BlCNTLKV 

lli;KBi:Rr \\. Downton 
I'.Mi'.KV B. Jackson 



COMMITTEE ON 
PI BLIC ITV 

I""rederick Johnck, Chairman 
Albert M. Saxe 
Horace S. Powers 
Archibald S. Mokbhictt 

COMMITTEE ON 

spixiAL Fi-:.vrrREs 

I". W. PrcKEV, Chairmati 
ICarl II. Ri'in), Jr. 
Thomas IC. Tai.lmadoi-: 



c().M.Mrrri:i-: on di^orations .\ni) iian(.inc. 

I-". W. PrcKi-;v, ChairnuD) 

HCHl-.Rl BiRNHAM 

Howard L. Chi:ni;v 



\\'nj.L\M I-'.. Parsons 
Edmlnd S. Cami'hI'.ll 



jlRV Ol- ADMISSIONS 

('■i:o. C. Nimmons, Chainjuni 

\\'hj,l\m Jones SMrrn 



Ralph Clarkson 



W U,LL\M .\. Oils 



^cknotolebgments! 

3n presfenting tljisi annual catalog, tfjc 
Cticago Architectural Club, tfjc SUinoig 
^ocictp of Arcfjitcctfii, anb tbc Illinois; Cbap= 
tcr of tfjc American Snjititute of Arcbitect£f 
tDigb to express; tbeir gratitube to tfje Art 
Snsftitute of Chicago for its; generoufi; co= 
operation, anb for in courteous! fjosJpitalitp 
in extenbing to tfje joint j^ocietiefii tlje usie of 
itg galleries;; to tf)e J^atrons;, for tfjeir liberal 
anb beartp siupport, enabling tbe publication 
of tbisi bolume, anb aibing totoarbsi tbe 
realisation of tbis! exbibition; anb to tbe 
Cxbibitorsi, tobo, bp generous; contributions; 
of tbeir toorfes;, mafee pos;s;ible tbes;e annual 
exbibitions;, tberebp encouraging anb pro= 
moting a popular appreciation of arcbitecture 
anb tbe allieb fine arts;. 



PATRONS OF THE EXHIBITION 

Amkuican Radiator C'omi'ANV cS76' .S'. Mithi^an Ave. 

Thic Amkkican Tkkka C'otta iS: Cickamic Comi'AW 122 S. Michi^^aH Ave. 

Thk IUkkett Company 10 S. La Salle Si. 

l\ (). Haumann MANUKACTiKiNt; CoMi'ANV 1501 Smith Ave. 

(".icoRGK Beaumont, F. A. 1. A .2o N. Dearboni St. 

Kdwakd H. Bennett hS(X) Raihcay Exchange Building 

Hakold Bradley 719 N. Michigan Are. 

BuLLEY AND ANDREWS •' 25 N. Dearborn St. 

Samuel Caijot, Incorporaitcd 24 W. Kinzie St. 

Howard L. Cheney 208 S. La Salle St. 

Chicago Face I^rick Association Chamber of Commerce Building 

Bonner ci Marshall 

I^RiCK Sales Company 

consolujaticd companv 

Hydraulic Press Brick Company 

S. S. KiMHELL I^RicK Company 

KiMiiELL-HiLL Brick Company 

Meacham (S: Wright Brk k Company 

Thos. Molldinc; Brick Company 

WiscoNsoN FiME <S: Cement Company 

CiiiLDS AND Smith d.'f E. ]'(ui Buren St. 

James B. Clow and Sons .7.^4 ''^- Franklin St. 

Adelhert F. Coleman .>7/h St. and Stewart Ave. 

Co()LID(;e and I loDciDON 1,34 S. La Salle St. 

\\ & l\ CoRiiiN, Division ok Chk A(.o 00 IF. Lake St. 

Dean & Dean 137 S. La Salle St. 

Joseph Dux 2118 Van Buren St. 

( '.i;()R(;e a. l'"i llicr Company 1027 Marquette Building 

C.kaham, Andicrson, l*Roiisr and WhiiI': Railicay Exchange Building 

Foils (iiEN/Ei Conway Building 

RoMERT W. Hint and Compann 175 W. Jackson Blvd. 

A. F. 1 1 rssANDER 7 S. La Salle St. 

Charles F. Hutchinson 2700 Prairie Ave. 

Interior Tiling Company 21 E. Fan Buren St. 

\Vm. H. Jackson Company 740 S. Michigan Ave. 

1 1. \V. Johns-AFanville Co Michigan Ave. and 18th St. 

Kawneer Mani eactiring Company Building Materials Exhibit 

Kehm Brothers 15 W. Kinzie St. 

Knapp Bros. Manueac n kinc; Compann 2410-2425 IV. 14th St. 

FuDowici-Ciu.ADON Company IO4 S. Michigan Ave. 

C.EORGE \V. \F.\HER, F. A. F A i(X)8-208 S. La Salle St. 

Midland Ti'.rra Cotta Compann 1 1 S. La Salle St. 

Mississippi Wiric Class Company 7 IF. Madison St. 

William Morrici Company 17 N. La Salle St. 

National Fead Company 0(X) IF. 18th Si. 

Croeoot Nielsen Company 172 IV. Washington St. 

( ".EORGi': C. NiMMONS, l'\ .A. I. A 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Tnv. Northwestern Ticrra Coiia Comi'anv 2525 Clybourn Ave. 

William IC. Parsons 18(K) Railway Exchange Building 

I'oND and Pond ()4 E. Win Buren St. 

William A. Pope 20 N. Jefferson St. 

Thic i'owiCRS Rec.ilator Company 5 S. Wabash Ave. 

PrcKEV AND Jenkins Tower Building 

JACOH RoDATZ I'he Rookery Building 

'Martin A. Ryekson 134 ■'^- L" ■~'>allc ■'>/• 

Richard IC. Schmidt, C.ardi:n iv Mahiin IO4 S. Michigan Ave. 

J. W. Snyder Company 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

'I'ALLMADCiE AND Watson 189 W. Madison St. 

Fnion Foundry Works 14-7 First .\ational Bank Building 

Fniversal Portland CI'Micni Co JIO S. La Salle St. 

X'livRLiNG Steel Works J.ird St. and Stewart Ave. 

FvMi'S M. White University of Illinois 

T. WiLCE Company 2209 fhroop St. 

WooDBRiDGic ( )knami:n lAL Ikon Companv '^(K) IF. E.rie St. 




L()i;is II. Sii.LiVAN, Arihitcd 



FOREWORD 

THK SPIRIT of revolt against tlie conventional and accepted is 
spreading around the world into every lield of actixity. Architec- 
ture will not escape it. 

Is this spirit to he one producing chaos, sweejiing out from under us 
the estai)lished standards of all sorts, or will this confused ferment awaken 
impulses which will enrich our ideals? Is a discriminating public to be 
our stimulus or the craving for the new and sensational to be our master? 

The claim of novelty ai)peals to us; it infers sjjontaneity and treedom 
from the fetters of tradition. But the charm of nox^eUy is lransitor\' at 
best, for as soon as a thing is establislied it is no longer novel, and nothing 
has less charm than last year's fashions. 

Centuries of consecutixe effort have Iniill up a considerable stock ot 
knowledge which, fitted together in an orderh' way, has become our one 
safe, sure guide. The basis of all standards is this experience, this exolu- 
tion of world tliought and ideals. Can we afford to disregard it, to cast 
it off? 

If standards of taste are needed b\' the artist, it is essential that 
the i)eoi)le share them, tor surely no one will exert himself if his public 
is easih' satisfied. It seems desirable that tiie\- be widesj^read, and that 
e\er\' one interested in art possess them and apply them inslincti\el>'. 

This exhibit, in its way, is intended to increase the discriminating 

public whicli is our stimulus and sui)i)ort. Ma\' it help to maintain and 

adxance our architectural standards. 

K.m];rv B. Jackson. 



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TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP OF THE CHICAGO 

ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

Founded 1900 

A prize of $600.00 and a second prize of a gold medal are awarded annually. 
The funds are used to assist the winner in defraying the expense of a tour of 
observation and architectural study in Europe. The Architectural Club makes 
grateful acknowledgment of the interest in the cause of architectural education 
shown by its friends who generously donated the funds for the maintenance of 
the Traveling Scholarship in the following vears: 

1904 and 1905, Mr. Victor F^alkenau.' 

1906, The Northwestern Terra Cotta Co. 

1907, 1908 and 1909, Mr. E. G. Elcock. 
1909 to 1915, inclusive, Mr. C. M. Woollev. 
1911, Mr. William E. Clow. 

The award of the gold medal in the years 1910 to 1915 inclusi\e was made 
possible by the liberality of the late Mr. Charles \V. Gindele. 

WINNERS OF SCHOLARSHIP 

\. M.\x Di'NMNc; — " Residence for an Anierican Ambassador" — I<)()1. 

John H. Philips — ".Ik Automobile Tavern" — 1902. 

HiKCH BuKDETTE LoNc; — ".4 Monumental Crossing for the I. C. R. /^." — 1 <)(),■;. 

Thomas E. Tai.lmadc.e — ".1 Creche in a Manufacturing District" — 1904. 

Charles Hekkick Hammond — "/I City Residence" — 1905. 

Herbert 14. Careen — ".4 Recreation Pier for a Public Park" — 19()(). 

Will Reichert — ".4 Building for a Branch Municipal Court"— V)()l . 

(iEOR(.E AwscMii — ".4 Public Gymnasium and Baths" — 19(),S. 

HuoH DuNNiNCi — ''An Athenaeum for Teachers" — l'^(>'^- \ |['"r ■ ^w-'^'r-d'''''' 

Frank C. Walker — ".4 Monumental Fireplace" — 1909. ) u.'is ytar'T' '' 

Clarence J. Brown — "A Building for Sanitation and Navigation" — 1910. 

John Calvin Leavell — ".4 Monumental Staincav" — 1911. i i wostiiohuships 



William I^. Betts— •'.4 Monument to a Great American General" — \^)\\. I Tu\7yr-n' 

Arthur C. Hanifin — ".4 Theatre in a Large City Park" — 1912. 

Rudolph C. Wolfe — "A Municipal Tribune" — 1913. 

W. J. Schaefer — "An Aquarium" — 1914. 

I'^RED M. HoDCiDON — ".1 Summer and Winter Garden" - 1915. 

WINNERS OF C.OLl) MEDAL 

K. R. James l<;i() 

Christian C. Bac.c.e 1911 

K. Dean Parmalee 1912 

W. J. Schaefer 191.^ 

R. K. Heer 1914 

Robert R. Cenek 1915 

ANNOLNC EMENT 

The Euroi)ean Traveling Scholarshi[) was lemporariK- disc-ontinued in 19U), 
and will not be resumed until after the peace treaty is signed. 

In 1917, an American Traveling Scholarshi[) was awarded; the winner spent 
two months traveling in the East, primariK' for the study of Colonial Architecture. 
Prizes aggregating S325 were gencrousK- donated by the Chicago Face Brick 
Association. 

SUBIECT: — ".1 Library in tlie Colonial Style." 

FIRST PRIZK R,,v Larson 

SECOND PRIZF Arch. S. Mori-hett 

THIRD PRIZE (iEo. Eovn Barm m 



MEDAl. OF HONOR 

AWARDED BY 

THE n.LINOlS CHAPTER OF THE 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

The Illinois Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has established 
a p;ol(l medal of honor for award to designers of buildings represented in the Annual 
Chicago Architectural Exhibition, the conditions accompanying the pro])osed 
award being as follows: 

That any architectural work in the State of Illinois, if completed within li\e 
\'ears prexious to the date of exhibition, may be offered for consideration. 

That the architect or architects who design the work, in order to be eligible 
to the award, must present for exhibition one or more photographs of the executed 
work, also one or more drawings, including a small scale plan, and shall submit 
to the jury such working drawings of the structure as tliey may desire to examine. 
An\' work represented in the exhibit may be eligible for consideration by the jur\', 
I)r()\ided that at least a plan, and also a photograi:)h of the executed work, shall be 
brought before the jury on their recjuest. Only architects or firms of architects 
maintaining offices in the State of Illinois will be eligible to the award. 

That an architect or firm of architects to whom this methil may i)e awarded 
once shall be ineligii)le for a future awarcb 

That the medal shall be accomj^anied b\' a certificate setting forth the name 
of the completed structure which formed the ixisis of the award together with 
the considerations which in the opinion of tlie jur>' characterized the structure as 
worthy of the award. 

That the jury shall consist of seven architects, one the President of the 
Chicago Architectural Club, one the President of the Illinois ("hapter, one the 
President of the Illinois Society of Architects, and four architects appointed by 
the Illinois Chapter. 

That one medal only shall be awarded each year; and four members of the 
jury \()ting for the author or authors of the same W'Ork shall be necessary to an 
award; and that no award shall be made if in the opinion of the jury no work pre- 
sented is sufficiently meritorious. 



WIXXKRS OF THE MEDAL 

l^OND >!v POND— 1909 
15iiil(lin,n — W'onicn's l^aplist Missionary Home Training School, ("hirago 

MARSHALL e^ FOX — 1910 
Huilding — The Hlackstone Hotel, Chicago 

LKRKINS, KLLLOWS c^ HAMILTON — 191.^ 
l^uilding — Lion House, Lincoln Park, Chicago 

RICHARD K.SCHMIDT, (;ARDEX .*v MARTIN — 1915 

Building — Lochhy Court .Aparlnients, Chicago 



THE AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME 



101 Park Ave., New York City 
OFFICERS 

1918-1910 



WM. RUTHERFORD MEAD 

President 



C. GRANT LA FARCE 

Secretary 



l^RECKS TROWBRIDC.I 

Vice-President 

WILE I AM A. BO RING 

Treasurer 



CX)RHAM P. STEVi:XS 

Director of the Academy 
and Director of the School of Fine Arts 

CHARLES UPSON CLARK 

Director of the School of Classical Studies 

H. BLAKISTOX WH.KIXS 

lixeciitive Secretary 



1 



The American Acadkmv in Rome is an institution estahlislu'd 1)\- law, 



and incorporated 1)\' tlie (loxcrnnu'iit ot the United States. 

2. The seat of the Acadicmv is at Rome, the art center of the workh 

3. The academic course is i)ost-graduate. 

4. Tliose who are awarded I'\'llowshii)s are expected to remain at the Acadenu 
for three years. 

5. The (Hrecl and intimate influences of the world's masleri)ieces which sur- 
round the student in Rome will proxe of incalculable achanta^c in the creation of 
the tuture art of Americ^a. Fhe tar-reachinj.^ i)enehts that ha\(.' resulted to I'raiice, 
(".erman\-, Spain, and (Uher nations through the establishment of Schools of Art 
in Rcjme justifs' the conxiclion that like or ij,reater benehts will be secured to the 
United States throut^h the loundatioii of a similar national institution. 



ORICIX A.Xl) DEVELOPMENT 

A number of artists, who had been engaged together ui)on the work of the 
World's Fair at Chicago, established in US94 "'I'he American School of Architec- 
ture in Rome." Their obji-ct was to enable American students of architecture who 
had i)assed with honor through leading technical schools, or who had been eciualK' 
qualified by i)ri\ate instruction, to de\-elop their powers more fulK', under the most 
favorable conditions of direction and enxironment. 'I'he students of the school 
were selected b\- comi)etition and the sc'hool was wholh' supported 1)\- the artists 
referred to and their [personal friends. 

The rapid improxement in the work of the students and their enthusiasm 
conxinced those who were interested that the scope of the school should be made 
broader, and should include the allied arts of sculpture and painting. To this 



end represent alivx' sculptors, painters, and architects, toi^t'ther with other jiersons 
interested in the sul)ject, decided in 1S97 to found, on the lines ot the I'Vench 
Academy in Rome, a school which sliould he open to American students ot sculp- 
ture, painting, and architecture. 

In pursuance of this desij.>n Thk American Acai)I':.mv in Romi^: was incor- 
porated under the laws of the State of New York, in June, 1897. A constitution 
was then adopted, and suitable rules made for the ^oxernment of the institution. 
All these steps were taken under adxice of competent legal counsel. In 1901 Hon. 
John Ha\', the Secretarv' of State of the United States, authorized the Ami)assa(lor 
at Rome to acce|)t the position of trustee ex-officio of the AcadivMV, and directed 
him to secure lor it "all the privileges and exemptions that are accorded 1)\' the 
Italian goxcrnment to like institutions of other countries." 

The AcADiCMV in 1913 effected a consolidation with the American School 
of Classical Studies, and the combined institutions, under the title of 'riii-: Am1':r- 
ICAN Acai)i:mv in RoMi':, are now housed in new (]uarH'rs u])on a superb site oji 
the janiculum, oN'erlooking all of Rome. 

This great enlargt'inent of the scoi)e ol the Acadic.mv's work is destined to be 
of hrst adxantage to its i'ellows, through the intimate association of those engaged 
in the studs' ot the l*~ine Arts with the students of classical histor\-. 

Hating trom 1915, a l'\'llowship in Landscape Architecture is awarded e\-er\' 
third \-ear. 

OBJlXrS ()!• rilK A(AI)KM\' 

To attord exceptional ad\antages to a tew chosen scholars is n:)t the chiet end 
ol the A(Ai)i;.MS', but is rather the means to thai end, which is to help to raise the 
standard ol art education in the Inited States. In the same wa\' that the great 
national competition in h" ranee lor the Ciraud Prix dc Rome has made the Kcole des 
BeiiHX Arts in Pai'is the tirst art school of the world; so, it is beliexed, will the 
national competitions instituted 1)\' the A.mI':ri('AX AcaI)i;.m\' increase the etficienc\' 
ol the uni\ crsities and art sch.ools ot America. 

Ouv of the great advantages offered 1)\- the Ai .\i)i;.M\' in Rome is that, tor the 
ln"st lime, American students in architecture, painting, and sculpture are brought 
together under the same root, in ("onstanl inlei'course with each other, enjoNing 
that union and intelligent co-operation ot the arts which in the end produce the 
highest results. Wvvv \\\v\ are enabled to work togethei', surrounded I)\' monu- 
ments ot architecture, and sculpture, unri\-aU'(l paintings, and galleries filled with 
masterpieces ot excrx' epoch. No other cit\' in the \\i)rld preseuts so wide a tield 
ot studx' or one so tilled with the best prec"edents. 



3fn iWemoriam 




^nbate Jf rebericfe ^ctroetjer, . . 1893^918 . 


JBraftsiman 


Cf)arlc£i William (ginbele, . . . 1847 1919 


JSuilbcr 


.Capt. Cf)arIcg2Bann?Miaterfaurp, . 1868-1918 . 


^rct)itect 


OTiUiam Crnest 3I3aalfeer, . . . 1867 1918 


^rcfjitcct 


Jf rcbcrick Cfjarlcs; Uebenbaum, . 1882=1918 


^rctjitcct 


Albert Jfournicr, 1879 1918 


. itlobeUcr 


barber ^. ^errp 1888 1918 


. ;llrcf)itcct 



CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

59 FmsI Van Buren Street 
OFFICERS 

1918-1919 

l-ioHKRi L. Franklin, President 

Akchihaij) S. Mori'hett, \' ice-President 

Sku'RI) a. Rcx.nstai), Treasurer Raymond J. Ashton, Secretary 



Hkrhicrt I^. Dounton 
Edward ( ".. ( )i,Dici'i:sr 

\\. S. XlCI.SON 



DIRECTORS 



Fred M. H()D(M)()n 
Charles H. Siicrks 
Frkd Crokooi 



(X)MMITTFES 



1918-1919 



KXHIBITIOX 

Arch. S. Mokphi;!! 
11. F. Down ION 
I''rhz \\a(.ni:r, Jr. 
Su.rki) A. RooNsiAD 

ROHKRI 1.. 1'rANKLIN 



mfmbi:rsiiir 

R. j. Ashton 
S. A. R()(.NsrAi) 
Fi.MiCR Bhhrn^ 
Pail I-Isskr 



FDrCATlOX 

Frkd NF Hoix.don 

CHAS. 11. SlICRKS 
11. 1^. DoWNTON 



SCllOFARSllII' A.\l) 
COMPFTITION 

.Arch. S. Morphhtt 
("has. F. M()R(,an 

( 'iI'.OKCK AWSLMH 



llOFSF AM) 
FXTFRTAIX.MFXT 

Fdw. ('.. Oldkfksi' 
Ceo. F. Barnlm 
Roy Farsox 

FdWAKI) SlKINHORN 

I".. S. Nelson 



FFBFICITV 

R. J. Ashion 
11. 11. Bentle\ 



FIBRARIAX 
Fl\ii:r J. l~ox 



CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 



Alschiiler, Alfred S., .^,s' E. Jackson Blvd. 

Anderson, Edwin F., 010 Belden Ave. 

Andrews, Alfred B., '^o N. Dearborn St. 

Archer, Chas. S., S.S4 E. (>.',th Place. 

Ashton, Raymond J., 835 Gait Ave. 

Awsumb, (}eo.. Glen Ellyn, III. 

Harnum, C.eorge Lloyd, 4'S'.i« Hutchinson St. 

Barry, (ierald, Jr., O-^H N. Hamlin Ave. 

Bentley, Harry H., Glen Ellyn, III. 

Bicknell, Alfred H., i.',i-^ Foster Ave. 

Blake, Chas. C., T^O-IO', S. La Salle St. 

Blouke, Pierre, 2907 Washington Blvd. 

Bodett, Roy C., 627 Humphrey Ave., Oak Park, 

III. 
Burdett, Samuel, Armour cf Co., U. S. Yds. 
Burnham, Hubert, ^O!) S. La Salle St. 
Carlson, Clifford, JH2 N. Lawndale Ave. 
Carlson, Elmer C., (IH27 S. Morgan St. 
Cenek, Robert R., 2H\9 W. 22nd .St. 
Church, Myron H., 12-li Marquette Bldg. 
Coolidge, Chas. A., IJ', S. La Salle St. 
Corwin, Eugene W, U. S. N., U. S. S. Wickes. 
Cramer, Ambrose C, U. S. N. 
Downton, Herbert E., .'M6 N. Central Ave. 
Dunning, N. Max, 310 S. Wabash Ave. 
Eberly, Walter K., .',6',9 Sheridan Road. 
Ernst, Henry P., La Grange, III. 
Esser, Paul F., 1107 Eddy St. 
Evans, Floyd, U. S. Army ir>i,r,0 Woodlawn Ave.) 
Farrier, C. \V., U. S. Army (SOO W. 7Sth St.) 
Fehlow, Albert C., }''>ir, W. Monroe St. 
Fellows, \Vm. K., .','>29 Lake Park Ave. 
Fox, Elmer J., 920!) University Ave. 
Franklin, Robert L., 6.'f E. Van Buren St. 
C.illette, Edwin F., <S' S. Dearborn St. 
Corges, Franz, U. S. Army {170H Melrose St.) 
Craham, Ernest R., SO E. Jackson Blvd. 
Hanifin, Arthur C., 1208 Montana St. 
Hess, Louis F., l(i'>.') Loyola Ave. 
Heun, Arthur, SIO Steimvay Hall. 
Hodgdon, Fred NL, l't09 Greenleaj Ave. 
Hoeppner, E. A., r,i)l 1st Nat. Bank Bldg., San 

Francisco, Calif. 
Jensen, Elmer C, 29 S. La Salle St. 
Johnstone, Percy T., 20 N. Michigan Ave. 
Lampe, Clarence W., 2S17 N. Lawndale Ave. 
Larson, Roy, 2102 E. X2d .St. 
Lawrence, A. J., i-M N. Le Claire Ave. 
Leavell, John C., U. S. Army {(iO',7 Kimhark Ave.) 



Lilleskau, John, J'/',7 Ballou St. 

Lindblad, Alfred, 22 h9 S. Clifton Park Ave. 

Lindquist, Jos. B., U. S. N. (2922 Grand Blvd.) 

Llewellyn, Ralph C.. .)'.S' .S\ Dearborn St. 

Love, Robert J., U. S. Army. 

Manasse, De Witt J., /.'^JJ N. Maplewood Ave. 

Matthes, Carl E., U. S. N., Gulfport, Miss. 

^h^^■er, Carl H., 52 i', Winthrop Ave. 

Maynard, Hen. S., Jr., 21S S. Waba.sh Ave. 

Monberg, H. Lawrence, 2522 N. Springfield 

Ave. 
Morden, W. W., Armour df Co., U. S. Yds. 
Morgan, Charles L., lO'f S. Michigan Ave. 
Morin, H. J., Royal Flying Corps, Canadian 

A rmy. 
Mork, Ra>-mond, 2I>0S N. Crawford Ave. 
Morphett, .Arch. S., <i01S Harper Ave. 
Nelson, De Witte, Downers Grove, III. 
Nettenstrom, Elmer T., 5(^2 Wayne Ave. 
Nimmons, (ieo. ("., 122 S. Michigan .Ive. 
Oldefest, Edw. (',., ', E. Ohio St. 
Presto, Wm. C., U. S. Army {2229 Leland .Ave.) 
guinn, Edwin J., 51S W. 5Sth St. 
Rapi), (ieo. L., r,9 W. Washington St. 
Reichert, Wm. C.., 220 S. State St. 
Rii:)pel, Fred ()., '/7/-> Flournoy St. 
Rognstad, Sigurd A., SJ,5 LeClairc .Ave. 
Rouleau, Harvey, hOOii Van Buren St. 
Ruge, P. IL, 29.1'f N. Kostner .Ave. 
Rusy, .Xnlhony 1"., 12-19 S. .Avers .Ave. 
Sandegren, .Andrew, /// W. Washington St. 
Sandstrom, R. S., 12',2 Winnemac Ave. 
Schaefer, Wellington J., Hinsdale, III. 
Sierks, Chas. IL, 2525 Clybourn .Ave. 
Silbert, 1. J., 2952 W. Polk .St. 
Sillani, Muzio, 2515^ ^ ^- ^'l^i^k St. 
Sommer, A. L., T. .S'. Army [752-1 Oglesby Ave.) 
Steinborn, l-Ldward, 1205 N. Maplewood Ave. 
Sutter, Barnard, 1907 Michigan Ave. 
Swensson, Walter, L'. S. Army. 
X'enning, Frank L., C. S. .\rmy (Glen Ellyn, 

III.) 
Wagner, Fritz, Jr., 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Walker, iM'ank C., 20 W. Jackson Blvd. 
Waniness, Leonard, 25^0 Linden Place. 
Wenisch, W. F., 1 ',20 Balmoral Ave. 
Wentwf)rth, John, 12',() Lake Shore Drive. 
Zimmerman, Albert C... 10 S. La Salle .St. 



ALLIED MEMBER 

Brand, (".iistave A., I'lJS Michigan Ave. 

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 

Aiulei-son, Carl A., Lli W. Washington St. Marling, Franklin, Jr., JSCO Broadway. 

Hcil, Carl, V.) E. Pearson St. Matz, Herman L., l-ll W. Washington St. 

Bonner, Charles, hli W. Washington St. Nelson, E. S., 2r>7() N. Clark St. 

Combs, Roger M., hU W. Washington St. Ott, Chas. F., 210 S. La Salic St. 

Crofoot, Fred, ISO W. Washington St. Perron, Nelson J., J 100 Elston Ave. 

(jage, Thomas C.., /// W. Monroe St. Rodatz, Jacob, SOS The Rookery. 

C.oetz, Marlin II., U. S. Army (700 if Lo-'ilileyAve.) Saunders, C.eo. L., o-'d-i Broadway. 

Ilaigh, Arthur, 1 ',0 S. Dearborn St. Schmidt, Richard ()., KiOO S. Jefferson .St. 

Hale, Alfred R., ..", W. Kinzie St. Sheffield, A. 11., U. S. Army (>010^U> S. 

llue>-, W'm. B., SO E. Jackson Blvd. Michigan Ave.) 

Kehm, August, 1-) W. Kinzie .St. Snell, 11. \V., /.;•)'-■; Byron .St. 

Kimbell, Arthur, l-l-S W. Washington St. Snyder, J. W., 122 S. Michigan Ave. 

Lanc|uist, Andrew, 1100 N. Clark St. Van Dort, C. Broes, /.'/ IF. Jackson Blvd. 

Lucas, 11. J., 2r,2^ Clybourn Ave. Vogel, Louis C, 2(UIC> Federal St. 



NON-RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Baldwin, John 1-:., The Burlington Lines, Vain- Xitsche, ImIw. .\., .S'(//('/v Bldg., Rock Island, 

ation Dept. III. 

Ch.ise, Robert, Janesville, Wis. Rabig, Chas. I'".. K., Toronto, Ontario. 

Davis, iM-ank L., 1712 Flatiron Bldg., Xew Schuchardt, Win. 11., ..'^'<S' Knapp St.. Milwau- 

York, y. Y. kee, Wis. 

Horn, Benjamin .A., Safety Bldg., Rock Island, Stanton, Fred C. 11., Detroit, Mich. 

III. Williams, Paul C.ilmore, Carew Bldg., Cincin- 

MiMdowcrolt, Miner W, 710 Washington Arcade, „ati, Ohio. 

Detroit, Miih. 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Allen, )()hn K., Salisbur\ Road. Brookline, Mass. Lowrie, Harry, Caxton Bldg., Omaha, Xeb. 

Blake, Theodore L., 2 j'l Fifth Ave., Xew York, .McLean, Robert C., llV,s7rn/ Architect, Minue 

Y y a polls, Minn. 

Clark, Robert, Chicago, III. Mundie, William B., 2'.) S. La Salle .St. 

Clow, Wdliam 1-:., Harrison c- Franklin Sts., Vom\. \vymg K., 1 lO'J Steiniuay Hall. 

(^■jijffiao Puckcy, Francis Willanl, (I X. Michigan Ave. 

l-:icock, F.lward C.., ',S(n; Craml Blvd. Sullivan, Louis 11., UUH) Auditorium Tower. 

C.ates, William I)., 2(H)S Peoples Gas Bldg. Tnh, Lorado, li<ilO Ellis Ave. 

C.av, Henry Lord, Mc.Xeese Bldg., San Diego, Wagner, Fritz, Sr., 10 y.l Oakdate Ave. 

Cal. 




Residence of Mr. S. S. Ilutchiiison, Sheriddu Road. Chird'^o 
■rAi.i.MADci'. c\: Watson, Architects, Chica.uo 



ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 

f 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

1918-1919 

(iHORC.K \V. ^L'^HKK, President 

Thomas E. TALLMAOCiE, First ]' ice-President 

Francis \V. Puckey, Second Vice-President 

Richard K. Schmidt, Treasurer 

Henry K. Holsman, Secretary 

Frederick W. Perkins 

John L. Hamilton 

Melyili.e (\ Chatten 

La\vri:nce ('.. Hallherc; 



KDrCATlONAL 

( ".i:()R(.i': (". NiMMONs 
1~MERY Stanford Haii. 
l-^AKi. H. Reed, Jr. 
Harry P. W'heei.oc k 

KXHHilTlON 

1-rank a. (iiii.ds 
Si'knci-:r S. Peman 
I-'rancis W. I'rCKKY 
Wii.iJAM A. Warren 

TOWN I'LANMNC. 

I-j)\v. H. I^i:nm:tt 

W'm. v.. I'arsons 

1 lowARi) W 1). Shaw 

HlSrORlCAL 

Ihos. I-",. Tai.i.maix.i: 
Ceo. R. Dean - 

Ik\!N(, K. I'oni) 
W'm. 1\. Im-.i.i.ow s 

PKOC-RAM 

John 1.. HAMii.roN 
1r\in(. K. Pond 
Mi:i,vii,i.i-; C Chatten 
RoiUvRT (". Spencer, J \- 

\\. W . 'I'OMI.INSON 

Li:(,isi.A ri\ I-: 

Richard I-'.. Schmidi' 
Frank .\. (ari'kmkr 
F. H. 1)a\ii)'-on 

nENK\- K. Hoi.SMAN 
J. ('. l.l.l.W I■,1T,^ N 



COMMITTEES 

1918-1919 

CHAPTFR RFLATH).\S 
Irvinc K. I*ond 

^L\T^: RIALS and Nn-:rH()i)s 

Emery Stanford Hai.l 
F. E. Davidson 
Frederick W. Perkins 

BeNJ. E. WlNSI.OW 

Rout. C". I^erein 

PORTRAIT 

Aritur W'oi.ti-.rsdori" 

.\n \I( IPAL XKV 

Elmer C. Jensen 
Francis W. Rickey 
Leon E. Sianhope 
Thomas IC. Tallmadc.e 

ME^^^ERSI1H' 
IvAR \'i!'.hi;-Naess 

Pri5LKI TV 

V . \\. Davidson 

Members consist of Cliair- 
inen of comniittees. 

Al'FlLLXTE Mi:Nnu:RSHIl' 

Henrn K. Holsman 
Howard \'. D. Shaw 
Allen B. Pond 

ART EXri:NSI()\ 

Melvilli-: C. Chatten 
Earl H. Rei-.d 
Heknl\n vox Holst 



FARM llOLSE 

Ceo. W. Maher 
Henry K. Holsman 
Richard E. Schmidi' 

INDCSTRIAL HOLSINC 
AND TRANSPORTAIION 

Edw. H. Bennett 
Richard E. Schmidi 
Elmer C. Jensen 
Ceor(.e C. Nimmons 
Howard \'. D. Shaw 
^l\rtin r(xhe 
\Vm. E. Parsons 

JOINT COMMPrTi:!'; \VI 
ILLINOIS S()(TEr\' ON 
WAR RELATIONS 

.\. B. Pond 

J. C. LLl•:wELL^N 

Richard \\. Schmidi 

RECONS'TRCC'TION 

Henry K. Holsnlvn 
Melville C. Cham en 
John L. Hamilion 
Ceo. C. .Nimmons 
'Thos. E. Tallmadci-: 

si>ECiAL stri-:et 

l)I-:CORATINC 

Tj.mer C. Jensen 
Martin Rochi-. 
'Thos. V,. '\' \\.\.y\.\\n,v. 



ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 



1918-1<M<J 



FELLOWS 



Austin, Ennis R., South Bend, Ind. 
Beaumont, Cieorgc, ^o A^ Dearborn St. 
Berlin, Robert ('., 1!> S. La Salle St. 
Bohlen, Oscar I)., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Clay, VV. VV., JUG S. La Salle St. 
Conway, \Vm. 11., Springfield, III. 
Fellows, W'm. K., Sllf Toiver Court. 
F^oltz, Herbert W'., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Frost, Chas. S., lOr, S. La Salle St. 
Helnie, Ceorge H., Springfield, III. 
Holabird, U'illiam, l()>, S. Michigan Ave. 
Jensen, Elmer C., 08 S. Dearborn St. 
Maher, Ceorge W'., 206 S. La Salle St. 
Mundie, W. B., -iU S. La Salle St. 
Nimmons, Ceorge C, 122 S. Michigan Ave. 



Otis, William A., (i N. Michigan Ave. 
Pashley, A. F., //.y/ S. Dearborn St. 
Perkins, Dwight H., SlJf Tower Court. 
Perkins, I'Vederick \V., -i-li S. Michigan Ave. 
Pond, A. B., (i'l E. Van Buren St. 
Pond, Irving K., 6' J Ji. Van Buren St. 
Prindeville, Chas. H., SOS-CI, E. Van Buren St. 
(Juarkenboss, L. C., -l') N. Dearborn St. 
Roche, Martin, Ut't S. Michigan Ave. 
Schmidt, Richard F., 10!, S. Michigan Ave. 
Shaw, Howard \'an Doren, -iU S. State St. 
Spencer, Robert C., |r., ■'> N. La Salle St. 
Wheelock, Harrv B.,' IIOS Schiller Bldg. 
Woltersdorf, Arthur F., /.« A'. La .Salle St. 
Zimmerman, \\ . Carlns, li'i E. Van Buren St. 



LXSTrrUTE MEMBERS 



Bass, Herbert C., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Beers, Herbert P., •)>' -S'. Dearborn St. 
Beman, S. S., ■)-S2 S. Michigan Ave. 
Bennett, Edward H., SO E. Jackson Blvd. 
BoUenbacher, J. C^irlisle, lOS S. La .Salle St. 
Brown, Arthur C.eo., Highland Park, III. 
Burnham, I). II., Jr.. 20<t S. La Salle St. 
Burnham, Hubert J., 20!) S. La Salle St. 
Carpenter, Frank A., Rockford, III. 
Carr, (ieo. Wallace, 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Chatten, Melville C., (i't E. Van Buren St. 
Church, Walter S., l.',21 Cherry St. 
Clark, Edwin 11., 6 N. Michigan Ave. 
Clark, Wm. J., 'tS.iO Blackstone Ave. 
Crowen, Samuel X., -iO N. La Salle St. 
Curtis, \. C., L'rbana, III. 
Davidson, F. E., ■'>7 \V. Jackson Blvd. 
DeC/olyer, Robert S., .>'.s' .S'. Dearborn St. 
Dinkelberg, Frederick P., SO E. Jackson Blvd. 
Dippoid, Albert P., '/7'/7 Cottage Grove Ave. 
Dunning, .\. Max, -iU) S. Wabash Ave. 
Fletcher, Rot)ert ('., 17'.> E. Washington St. 
Fox, Chas. K., -is S. Dearborn St. 
Fugard, John Reed, 7'.l W. Monroe St. 
(iillette, Edwin V.. s S. Dearborn St. 
(■.ranger, Alfred 11., ././.-' .V. Michigan Ave. 
C.riffin, Walter 15., 17.'> W. Jackson Blvd. 
C.uenzel, Louis, ■{■i2 .S. Michigan Ave. 
Hall, 
Hallberg, 

Ave. 

Hamilton, John L., S 1 ', I'oii'er Court. 
Hammond, Ch.is. llerrick, i>'t E. \'(in Buroi St. 
Heun, Arthur, '»' '/ E. \'an Buren .Si. 
Holden, Benj. 1-^., Aurora. III. 
Holmes, Morris ('•.. S .S. Dearborii SI. 
Holsman, llenr\ K., 1 ■'> ', ', E. .'>7th St. 
Hoo\er, Ira, l()-'> S. La Salle Si. 
Hoskins, John M., 2S.i7 W. Madison St. 
Hosmer, Clare ('., (i ', W. Randolph SI. 



Emer\- Stanford, ti', I']. ]'an Buren St. 

Lawrence (>., Jr., IK) .S. Michigan 



Hus.sander, .\rthur I-'., 7 S. Dearborn St. 
LlewelKn, Josei)h C., -IS S. Dearborn .St. 
L()\ell, S\(lne\-, -iO X. Michigan .Ave. 
Lowe, IClmo C, lOS S. La Salle St. 
Marshall, Benj. H., -IS S. Dearborn St. 
.Marx, Sam A., 17o W. Jackson Blvd. 
Malteson, Victor A., Washington. P. C. 
McCarthy, Joseph W., 1-il) N. Clark St. 
X\(len, John A., 6".J W. Randolph St. 
Ostergren, Robert C, // S. La Salle St. 
Parsons, William E., SO E. Jackso)i Blvd. 
Pingrew Ro\- C., 209 S. La .Salle St. 
Powers, Horace S., .■; N. La Salle Si. 
Pridmore, John E. ()., -IS .S. Dearborn St. 
Puckey, Francis W., (> .V. Michigan Ave. 
Renwick, ICdward .\., U)', .S. Michigan Ave. 



Robinson, .Argyle 1: 



Harper Ave. 



Sa.xe, .Albert M., 0', E. ]'an Buren St. 
Schlacks, 11. J., 721 X. Michigan Ave. 
Schmidt, Richard (".., '>!l Metropolitan Bldg. 
Stanhope, Leon E., .127 S. La .Salle Si. 
Ste\-ens, Will .A., so E. Jackson Blvd. 
Sturm, Me\er J., 1 Ki .S. Michigan Ave. 
Swern, Pcrr\- \V., Major, ['. .S. A. 
Tallmadge, Thomas l'^., IS!) II'. Madison Si. 
Tomlinson, II. Webster, li', E. I'an Buren St. 
Turnock, E. Hill, Elkhart. Ind. 
\'ail, .Morrison 11., Di.xo)!, III. 
\an Bergen, John S., Oak Park. III. 
\'iehe-.\aess, l\ar, l>', E. Van Buren St. 
\()n Hoist, Herman \'., 72 W Adams St. 
Waterman, 11. 11., 10 S. La .Salle St. 
Weber, P. J., •/',•/ .V. Dearborn .St. 
White, Prof. James M., Urbana. III. 
Winslow, Ben'j. IC, 21117 N. Richmond Si. 
Woodyatt, I->nest , Evanslon, III. 
Wright, Clark ("., Lieut-Col., Washington, D. C 
Wuehrmann, Wm. (">., JUS W. -lith Si. 
Zimmerman, Raljih W., Il'i I''.. !'<;;/ Buren Si. 



CHAPTER MEMBERS 



Armstrong, John A., // S. La Salle St. 
Brabant, (iifford, £717 N. Kedzie Ave. 
Brydges, E. N., 6J^ E. Van Buren St. 
Bucket t, A. C, l.i'27 Farwell Ave. 
Cady, Jeremiah Kiersted, 171) W. Washington St. 
Cheney, Howard Lovewell, "208 S. La Salle St. 
Childs, Frank A., 64 E. Van Buren St. 
Cok-ord, Albert E., Capt., Peoria, III. 
Corby, Leon J., Elgin, III. 
Corse, Redmond P., 64 E. Van Buren St. 
Dean, ("jeorj^e R., hU S. La Salle St. 
DeArment, F. H., ■i4-i S. Dearborn St. 
Craham, Ernest R., <S'0 F.. Jackson Blvd. 
Hall, C.ilbert P., Lk-iit., U. S. A. 
Holabird, John A., 104 S. Michigan Ave. 
Huehl, H. W., ;')',) Metropolitan Bldg. 
Johnck, Frederick, 104 S. Michigan Ave. 
Kohfeldt, Walter, 64 E. Van Buren St. 



Langille, Louis E., 1915 Luni Ave. 
Llewellyn, Raljjh C, 38 S. Dearborn St. 
Martin, Edwin D., 5 N. La Salle St. 
McBride, E. E., 64 E. Van Buren St. 
McLaren, Robert James, 37 W. Van Buren St. 
Morehouse, M. J., S43 S. Dearborn St. 
Morse, Jared K., Evanston, III. 
Ottenheimer, Henry L., 220 S. State St. 
Ramey, Ceorge E., Champaign, III. 
Reed, Earl H., 108 N. Dearborn St. 
Rogers, John A., 161'> Ashland Blk. 
Root, John Wellborn, 104 S. Michigan Ave. 
Shattuck, Walter F., W S. La Salle St. 
Smith, William J., 64 E. Van Buren St. 
Ste\-ens, Will A., 80 E. Jackson Blvd. 
Walcott, Russell S., V.) S. La Salle St. 
Warren, William Arthur, 10 S. La Salle St. 
Work, Robt. (i., 220 S. Michigan Ave. 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Baumann, I'Vederick, 1*\A.1.A., 274'i Pine Grove 

Ave. 
Hill, Henry W., F.A.I.A., 138 N. La Salle St. 
Hutchinson, Chas. L., /.).S' S. La Salle St. 
Matz, Otto H., F.A.I.A., 120 E. Oak .St. 



Taft, Lorado, 6016 Ellis Ave. 
Wacker, Chas. H., 134 S. La Salle St. 
Whitehouse, F. M., F.A. LA., Manchester. 

Mass. 
Wi^ht, Peter B., F.A.I.A.. Pasadena, Cal. 



AFFILIATED SOCIETIES 



Chicago Architectural Club, o'J E. Win Buren 

Si. 
Illinois Society of Architects, 19 S. La Salle St. 
Western Society' of Sculjjtors, 6016 Ellis Ave. 
Art Crafters, 129 E. Garfield Blvd. 
Chicago Chapter, American Ceramic Society, 

2525 Clybonrn Ave. 
Chicago Assoc, of Commerce, Architectural 

niv., E. C. Jensen, 10 S. La Salle St. 



Art Institute of Chicago (S: Ferguson I'^ind 

"Trustees." 
Western Society of Engineers, 1735 Monadnock 

Blk. 
Chicago S()ciet\' of .\rtists, Art Institute, 

Chicago. 
Al|)ha KhoCiii, University of Illinois, I'rhana, III. 
Renaissance Society of rni\ersit\' ot Chicago, 

Chicago I 'niversity. 



AFFIlJATEl) JOIRXALS 



.Architectural Record, 53 IF. Jackso)i Blvd. 
American Architect, 2105 Mailers Bldg. 
Buildings >!\: Management, C/7v Hall Square 

Bldg. 
National Builder, 53'! .S". Dearborn .St. 
Western Architect, 215 S. Market St. 
American Contractcr, 6 N. Michigan Ave. 
Building Age, Insurance Exchange Bldg. 
The New Countr\' Life, Garden City, N. Y. 
American School Board Journal, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Ciood Furniture Magazine, Grand Rapids, Mich. 



Journal ot the American Institute of Architect.-, 

Washington, D. C. 
Brick and Clay Record, 610 Federal St. 
Concrete, Cement Age Pub. Co., AVv 7V/. 

Bldg., Detroit. Mich. 
Decorating and Painting Contractor, /// 6'. 

Clark St. 
The -Architectural Porum, 85 Water St., Boston, 

Mass. 
American I'ederation of .Arts, 1741 A'. Y. Ave.. 

Washi)!gto)i. D. C. 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 



OFFICERS 

1918-1919 

Akthuk F. Hussandkk, President 

James H. Dihelka, 1st Vice-President 

(jEORGE W. Maher, 2nd Vice-President 

Samuel N. Ckowen, Treasurer 

("lEORCiE A. Knapp, Secretary 

H. L. Palmer, Financial Secretary 



DIRECTORS 

(".EORCiE Real MOM' Kmerv Stanford Hall 

Robert C\ Berlin Staklokd Fox Thomas 

Frank F. DAVinsoN Harry I^. \\'iii:i;lock 



BOARD OF ARBITRATION 

Flmer C. Jensen Dwk.ht H. I'erkins 

Joseph C. Llewellyn Ikvinc; K. I'ond 

(".eorge C". Ximmons Ar(.yi,e F. Kohinson 

Richard I-'. Schmidt 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 



COMMITTEES 

1918-1919 



h'uANK E. Davidson 
RoHKRT (". Hkki.in 

I'^KANK C'AKI'KMKK 



PUBLIC ACTION' 

Olaf Z. Cekvin 
Hknrv R. Helmlk 
Hekbkrt Hewitt 
Henry K. Holsman 



CjEOrge a. Knapi' 
A. L. PiLLsnuRV 
James M. White 



Harry ii. W'heei.ock 
Amcx. a. Li:vy 



LKC.ISLATIVK 

Allen B. Pond 
Richard K. Schmidt 



Stafford Fox Thomas 
Peter J. W'icher 



Arthur I'. Hissa\di:r _./ 
Joseph T. I'Ortin 

ClCORC.I': 11. (".ILHERl 



MEMBERSHIP 

Edwin F. Cillette 
(".EORGE A. Knapp 

I-^ R E D E R I C K L I N DQ I' I S r 

IvAR \'iehi:-Naess 



Walter E. Perry 
Henry Worthmann 
H. L. Palmicr, Secretary 



loWARD PriNAM Sll R(.KS 

[m<i:derick L. Bakrictt 



ENTERTAIN ME XT 

Albert P. Dippold 
Ralph W. I^rmiclini; 



Walter E. Perry 

H. L. Palmer, Sccretarv 



Eicon I^. S fan hope 



PIBLK ITV 
Charles W. Kallai, 



Ira W. Hoover 



I'ACI'.AX'IS AND ARCIHTECTIRAE I-.XHIBITS 

( '-i;()R(.E A. Innapi' Spi:ncer S. Iceman Ai.hickt Mooric Saxi'. 



H. II. JiLLSON 

Zacharv r. 1)a\ts 



COXTRACTORS' CT<EDITS 
David IL. Postle 



Danii:l H. IUrnham 
William Dklmmond 



S'lAXDARDI/I-: ARCHITECTS' SPICCIF ICATK )XS 
lAii-.RV SiANKOKi) Hall Ckoroe A. Knapp Edward 11. Proust 

Jt RISDICriOXAI. DISITTES 
Iosi;i'H C. Li.icwiu.LNN Ir\tn(. K. Pond Richard E. Sch.midt 



joixT coMMirrEi-; to act with liki-: coMMirri-.E i-rom 

C II.MTER ox war RELATIOXS 



Ir\tn(. K. Pond 



( ".EOROE Beaimon 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 



191S-1919 



MEMBERS 



Abell, Ralph E., Elgin, III. 

Ahlschlager, Walter W., Ill W. Washington Si. 

Aldrich, Harry C, Galesburg, III. 

Allison, Lyman J., 109 N. Dearborn St. 

Almquist, Carl M., 35 S. Dearborn St. 

Alschuler, Alfred S., 28 E. Jackson Blvd. 

Armstrong, John A., 11 S. La Salle St. 

Aroner, J. S., 2333 W. Chicago Ave. 

Aschauer, C. J., Decatur, III. 

Ashby, G. W., 17S W. Jackson Blvd. 

Ashby, Wilbert B., 17S W. Jackson Blvd. 

Bannister, (ieo. S., 113 S. Dearborn St. 
Barrett, Frederick L., 700-900 S. Michigan ,\ve 
Barton, Francis AL, 310 S. Wabash Ave. 
Beaudry, Ralph L., 70-'t7 Princeton Ave. 
Beaumont, George, 2') N. Dearborn St. 
Behel, X'ernon W., 2o N. Dearborn St. 
Beman, S. S., 332 S. Michigan Ave. 
Bennett, Arthur J. T., 3S S. Dearborn St. 
Bennett, \Vm. Arthur, Benton Harbor, Mich. 
Benson, Edward, .;6'76' Ridge Ave. 
Berlin, R. C., 10 S. La Salle St. 
Bernhard, Wilhelm, 6J, W. Randolph St. 
Bishop, Thomas R., 35 S. Dearborn .St. 
Bjork, David T., 52W N. Saivyer Ave. 
Blondin, Edw. A., 6' W. Garfield Blvd. 
Bouchard, Louis C, 7.9 W. Monroe St. 
Braband, F. J. E., 901 Wnghtivood Ave. 
Bradley, Chas. W., Rockford, III. 
Branitzky, \Vm. Thomas, 6' J IV. Randolph St. 
Bristle, Joseph H., 5(>5S Ridge Ave. 
Brockmeyer, Edwin C, East St. Louis, III. 
Buckett, Arthur C, 7233 N. Robey St. 
Buckingham, Clarence W'., Jacksonville, III. 
Buerger, Albert J., Jr., J,S19 Gladys Ave. 
Burnham, D. H., Jr., 209 S. La Salle St. 
Burnham, Hubert, 209 S. La Salle St. 
Buser, Nathaniel E., Mount Morris, III. 

Cad\-, J. K., 179 W. Washington St. 
Carnegie, Win. (',., 1S9 W. Madison St. 
Carpenter, Frank A., Rockford, III. 
Carr, Chas. Aiban, 1303 S. 2Sth St. 
Carr, (ieo. Wallace, 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Cern\-, Jerry J., 1 /f5S S. Harding Ave. 
Cervin, Oiaf Z., Rock Island, III. 
Chaffee, Dudley C, Peoria, III. 
Charvat, Anton, 2l'>21 Millard Ave. 
Chatten, Melville C, 'i.J E. Van Buren Si. 
(."hristjnsen, Chas. W., 'i9.is N. Lincoln Ave. 



Christensen, John C., ■>^55 Evergreen Ave. 

Chubb, John D., 109 N. Dearborn St. 

Church, M. H., 57 'iS Kenmore Ave. 

Church, Walter S., I'f21 Cherry St. 

Clark, C. R., Champaign, III. 

Clark, Edwin IL, 6* A''. Michigan Ave. 

Clark, Robert (\, 7 ilC) Harvard Ave. 

Cloyes, l">ederick ()., Maynuood, III. 

Cobb, Wm. H., 2151) Simnyside Ave. 

C\>ffin, A. S., 6'4 W. Randolph St. 

Colcord, Albert E., ()l't3 St. Laturence Ave. 

Cole, Arthur W., 5'fl3 Greenwood Ave. 

Conway, Wm. 11., Springfield, III. 

Crosby, Wm. Spencer, 179 W. Washington St. 

Crowen, S. N., 30 N. La Salle St. 

DalscN', Harr>- I., 2321 W. North Ave. 
Davidson, F. E., 53 W. Jackson Blvd. 
Davis, (ieorge H., Peoria, III. 
Davis, Z. T., i>', E. Van Buren St. 
Day, Warren W., Peoria, III. 
De Arment, Frank H., 3'i3 S. Dearborn St. 
De Money, Frank O., 5 N. La Salle St. 
Dennis, Chas. A., 'i031 Patterson Ave. 
Dibelka, James B., I-IO N. Wells St. 
Dippold, Albert P., .'^7■'^7 Cottage Grove Ave. 
Doerr, Wm. P., 2S E. Jackson Blvd. 
Doughert>', FIoncI E., 35 N. Dearborn St. 
Dowling, E. F., (i N. Michigan Ave. 
Dreyer, Detlef J., Asheville, N. C. 
Drummond, Wm., River Forest, III. 
Dubin, C.eo. H., 72', W. 12lh St. 
Duesing, Theodore, 2700 West 22nd St. 
Dunford, Samuel H., ISO N. Dearborn St. 
Dunning, X. \hix, 310 S. Wabash Ave. 
Dwen, Robert C.., 3736 Ellis Ave. 

Eckland, Henry, Moline, III. 
FIckstrom, Christian A., 5 N. La Salle .St. 
Eichberg, S. \L, r,'^ W. Randolph St. 
Emerson, Frank \., Peoria, III. 
Ermeling, Ralph W., 155 N. Clark SI. 

Ferrenz, Tirrell J., '/7'/" Kenwood Ave. 
Fiddelke, H. C., Oak Park, III. 
Fischer, F. W., .'//.■;'/ Commercial Ave. 
Fischer, John B., 1 'lO S. Dearborn St. 
Fiehman, M. Maurice, 13h2 S. Ilalsted St. 
Flaks, Francis A., 1-U) N. Wells St. 
Fletcher, Robert C, i:9 W. Washinglon St. 
Flinn, Raymond W., <S' .S'. Dearborn St. 



Foltz, Frederirk C, 111 \V. Washiuii,loii SI. 
Fori in, Josei^h W, (>()() Blue Island Ave. 
Foster, Arthur, 7159 Euclid Ave. 
Foster, Win. (■., Slreator, 111. 
Fox, CMias. E., 7 it N. Michigan Ave. 
France, Roy F., l-'>'} N. Clark St. 
Friedman, Raphael N., -J.',^ E. otith St. 
1^'rommann, Fmil H., 67/ W. Randolph St. 
Frost, Charles S., l()r> S. La Salle St. 
F'ry, F^rank L., IJfO S. Dearborn St. 
Fii^ard, John Reed, /// W. Monro:' St. 

(iaddis, John W., Vincctincs, Lid. 
(latterdam, F. K., l.j', W. Randolph SI. 
(jaul, Herman J., /// W. Washington St. 
C.erher, Arthur M., Min S. Hal sled St. 
C.erhardt, Paul, 6'.', W. Randolph St. 
C.ihl), \Vm. R., U>() W. Jackson Blvd. 
(".ill)ert, Ceo. 11., .'/.96T Lake Park Ave. 
(iill, Rudolph Z., Murphysboro, III. 
Cillette, Fdwin V., S S. Dearborn St. 
Creen, 11. II., 1 ',..'■', Chase Ave. 
Cubhins, \Vm. F., 155 N. Clark St. 
( "luenzel, Louis, /// W. Washinj^lon St. 

llaa^en, Paul T., WS N. Dearborn .St. 

Hall, F. Stanford. ('>', E. ]'an Biiren St. 

Hamilton, J. L., .S7'/ Tower Court. 

Hammond, ("has. 11., >'>'i E. \'an Buren St. 

llanifen, John, Ottatva, III. 

Hansen, llarald M., 112 N. La .Salle St. 

Hansen, Paul, S-IO Lawrence Ave. 

Harris, Ral]3h C., 7.9 W. Monroe St. 

llatzfeld, Clarence, 7 S. Dearborn St. 

Hawk, Albert T., .S7-)' La Salle St. Station. 

Hecht, Albert S., L'}', IF. Randolph St. 

Heimbeck, Walter C, 17.Jr, W. 102nd .St. 

Heinz, F. 11., IL'S N. La Salle St. 

Helfensteller, l->nest. .S7. Lonis Mo. 

Helmle, Ceorj^e B., Ferguson Bldg., Springfield. 

III. 
Helmle, Henry R., Springfield. III. 
Henry, Chas, 1)., Kankakee. III. 
Henschien, II. Peter, .>'7 IF. ]'an Buren St. 
Hercules, J. W., Peoria III. 
Hcrlin, Cieorge W., Marshalltoivn, la. 
Iletherington, J. T., '.h>.U) S. Winchester Ave. 
Hettinger, John P., .}70.S' Dcver St. 
Hewitt, Herbert, Peoria, III. 
llimelblau, A. L.. 17'.) W. Washington St. 
nine, Cicero, -IJJl Broadway. 
llodgdon, Charles, /•/} S. La .Salle St. 
Ilodgkins, 11. C.., 17'.) W. Washington St. 
Hogner, Pierre R. L.. 5.i57 .V. Clark St. 
lloisman, Henry K., 175 W. .lackso); Blvd. 
Hooper, William V., 2721 S. Michigan .\ve. 
Hoover. Ira W., 11)5 S. La Salle St. 
llosmer. Clare C.. Wihnette, 111. 
Hotchkiss. Robert J.. Peoria, III. 
Hubbard, .\nhie 11., .S7. Paul, Minn. 



lluber, Julius II., i->7 1 2 N. Clark St. 
Huehl, Harris W., /->', IF. Randolph St. 
Ilulsebus, Bernard L., Peoria, III. 
Hunt, Jarvis, -SO N. Michigan Ave. 
Hussander, A. T., 7 .V. Dearborn St. 
Hussey, Harry H., lU S. La Salle St. 
Hyde,' Robert M., 23h S. La Salle St. 
Hyland, Paul V., 1057 Loyola Ave. 

Jensen, Flmer C., -l!) S. La Salle St. 
jiUson, B. H., 9111 S. Robey St. 
Jobson, C. F., 79 E. Adams St. 
Johnson, Cilbert A., Rockford, III. 
Johnston, W. K., '('.sy;."; Yale Ave. 
Johnstone, Percy T., 125Ji Pratt Ave. 
Jones, Wm. C., 20 N. La Salle St. 
Joy, Samuel Scott, 11 IS W. 25th St. 
Jyrch, Karl E., Antioch, III. 

Kallal, (dias. W^, City Hall. 
Kane, Michael B., Edivardsville, III. 
Kane, Robert L., 6'6'.'/6" Parnell Ave. 
Kattelle, Walter R., Riverside, III. 
Kiefer, Albert, Peoria, III. 
King, John F., Peoria, III. 
Kingsley, Ceo. S., 109 N. Dearborn St. 
Knajip. Ceorge Arnold, 111 W. Monroe .St. 
Knox, Arthur H., lO'i S. Michigan Ave. 
Kocher, Jacques J., 67.'/)' Bishop St. 
Kohfeldt, Walter C., C', E. Van Buren St. 
Koster, John L., I)2'i2 Inglesidc Ave. 
Kui)fer, Otto A., 1865 Millard .Ive. 

Lagergren, (iustav P., 11052 Ingleside Ave. 
Layer, Robert H., US N. La .Salle St. 
Lehle, Louis, 'il9 Waveland Ave. 
Leviton, Morton, 1S27 Evergreen St. 
Levy, Alex. L.. -^.S' N. Clark St. 
Lewis, Le Roy, Jr., lOJ, S. Michigan Ave. 
Liedberg, Hugo J., 15', W. Randolph St. 
Linderoth, S. L.. 5SJ,', S. Elizabeth St. 
Lindcjuist, 1'., 179 W. Washington St. 
Lindstrom, Robert S., ^9 S. La .Salle St. 
Liska, Eniil. 9(;()1 Prospect Ave. 
Llewellyn. J. C.. 2S S. Dearborn St. 
Lonek, .\dolph. 1<>5S .S. Central Park Ave. 
Lovdall. Ceorge F., 7 ',2', N. Paulina St. 
Lovell. Sidne\', 20 N. Michigan .Ave. 
Ludgin. Joseph II.. '/.-'■:; E. 5()th St. 
Lund. A. C.. SIO W. (Ikd St. 

Mahaffey. 1)., / , .V .V. La Salle .St. 
Maher, Ceo. W., :.0r> S. La Salle St. 
Mahler, Harry H., IG o W. Madison St. 
Mallinger. John. 2',>20 Broadway. 
Maimer. ICugene. Aurora. III. 
Marienthal. Oscar B.. 51 J', I'niversity Ave. 
Martin, Edgar D., 10', S. Michigan Ave. 
Martini. Elisabeth A.. 155 X. Clark St. 
Matteson. \ ictor .Andre. La Salle, III. 



Maupiii, James M., Alton, III. 
Mauran, John Lawrence, St. Louis, Mo. 
McArthnr, Albert C, GJj. W. Randolph St. 
McCall, Thomas, Evatiston, III. 
McC^xrthy, Jos. VV., l.iO N. Clark St. 
McClellan, Edward ( ieorge, 7JfJ9 Cottage Grove A ve 
McDonald, Luther W., 81,9 E. 7,hd St. 
McLane, C. D., Rock Island, III. 
Meldahl, Jens J., lOJ, S. Michigan Ave. 
Meyer, Frederic H., ')J,ll W. Monroe St. 
Miller, Chas. A., Oak Park, III. 
Miller, John W., 1650 Carmen Ave. 
Miller, Joseph A., ir>5 N. Clark St. 
Miller, Lee, 4,^37 Calumet Ave. 
Minchin, Sidney H., 3013 Logan Blvd. 
Morehouse, M. J., 3^3 S. Dearborn St. 
Morgan, Chas. L., lO'f S. Michigan Ave. 
Morrell, John, Clinton, hnva. 
Mueller, Bernard A., East St. Louis, III. 
Mueller, Floyd E., 696 Irving Park Blvd. 
Mundie, W. B., 39 S. La Salle St. 

Xeebe, John K., I.'f31 Warner Ave. 
Newell, Frank Y., l-l-'i'i Birchwood Ave. 
Xewhouse, Henry L., .',1)30 Prairie Ave. 
Newman, E. M., 30 N. La Salle St. 
Nielsen, Carl, 1853 Greenleaj Ave. 
Nimmons, (ico. C., 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Norman, Andrew, l-')2(! Devon Ave. 
Nyden, John A., o-'ill ira_v«(' Ave. 

C)li\er, Ralph H., 23', S. La .Salle St. 
Olsen, Paul F., 127 N. Dearborn St. 
Ostergren, Robert C., // S. La Salle St. 
Otis, William A., f> N. Michigan Ave. 
Ottenheimer, H. L., 220 S. State St. 

Pagels, W'm. ¥., 130 N. Wells St. 
Pashley, Alfred F., >,31 S. Dearborn St. 
Pentecost, D. S., ',309 N. Ashland Ave. 
Perkins, Dwight II., 8 1 ', Toiver Court. 
Perkins, Frank W., 7-'i2't Stewart Ave. 
Perkins, PVederick \\'., -Hi S. Michigan .Ave. 
Perr\-, Walter E., 19 S. La Salle St. 
Peterson, Edward A., Rockford, III. 
Pfeitfenberger, (ieo. 1)., East St. Louis. III. 
Pillsbury, Arthur L., Bloomingtou. III. 
Pingrey, Roy E., Highland Park. III. 



leins, Ix'o. 



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.v. Franklin St. 



Pond, Allen B., (>', E. Van Buren St. 
Pond, Irving K., li', IL ]'an Buren .St. 
Postle, D. E., l',0 S. Dearborn St. 
Poulsen, Edward J., ',019 N. Harding Ave. 
Poulsen, deorge F., Detroit, Mich. 
Flowers, Horace S., 5 N. La Salle St. 
Preis, Carl (\., 120 Broadway, New York, \. 
Pridmore, J. E. ()., 38 .S. Dearborn St. 
Prindeville, Chas. 11., -19.^5 Lake Park Ave. 
P'robst, Edward, 8(1 E. Jackson Blvd. 
Pruyn, William 11., Jr., 122 S. Michigan Ave 



Rae, Robert, Wilmette, III. 
Rap|), C.eorge L., V)9 W. Washington St. 
Rawson, Chas, P., 1,920 Drake Ave. 
Reeves, Wm. IL, Peoria, III. 
Reichert, William (■., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Re\nertson, Thcis J., 19-i7 Craivford Ave. 
Rezny, J. B., 2202 S. Craivford Ave. 
Rich, Harry F., 1,31 S. Dearborn St. 
Richards, H. H., '>',()7 Washington Blvd. 
Richardson, Jason F., Ottawa, III. 
Riddle, Herbert II., 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Riddle, Lewis W., 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Riester, Frank P., East St. Louis, III. 
Rinaker, John L., Springfield, III. 
Roberts, E. E., ,s'..^ W. Washington- St. 
Robertson, I)a\id, l-',r, N. Clark St. 
Robinson, Arg\le K., 5227 Harper Ave. 
Roeddiger, F. W. C., i,8',l Langley Ave. 
Rohm, Wm., 138 N. La Salle St. 
Rosen, Richard ()., Louisville, Ky. 
Rother, Eugene Paul, 2507 Cullom .Ave. 
Roy, Franz, 7817 S. Shore Drive. 
Ro\er, Joseph W., Urbana, III. 
Rowe, LindlcN- P., 228 W. (UUh PI. 
Russell, Lewis I^., 25 N. Dearborn .St. 
Rus\-, Anthon\- I-., 1-lV.I S. Avers Ave. 

Salisl)ur_\-, RoIkti H., Wheaton, 111. 
Sandegren, A., /// 11'. Washingtoii St. 
Sandel, Monroe R., ',325 Hazel Ave. 
Sanders, Lewis Miles, 1907 Nebraska .l;r. 
Sa.xe, .All)ert Moore, (if, E. ]'an Buren .Si, 
Scheller, Jesse V.., ^liOO Crando>i Ave. 
Schenck, Rudolph, 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Schlacks, H. J., 721 N. Michigan Ave. 
Schmid, R. C.., 15', W. Randolph St. 
Schmidt, Hugo, 7320 Yates Ave. 
Schmidt, Richard E., lOJ, S. Michigan .Ive 
Schoenfeldt, Frank, .',058 Madison St. 
Schroeder, John .M., US 23 Ridgeltutd .\ve. 
Schultz, Martin .M., 1955 W. 2(lth St. 
Schulze, Carl I-:., 7;,s' IF. Jackson Blvd. 
Schulze, William 21)1)9 W. North Ave. 
Schulzke, Wm. II., Moline, III. 
Schwartz, .\ll)ert A., / .-", E. 53rd St. 
Scrii)l)ins, John .\., Decatur. III. 
Seator, S. M., -ll N. Dearborn .St. 
Sexfarth, Robert, 830-13', S. La Satlr Si. 
Shattuck, W. I-'., 19 S. La Salle St. 
Shaw, Howard, 39 S. State St. 
Shopbell, Clifford, Evansville, Ind. 
Sicrks, Henry, /.W .V. Dearborn St. 
Spencer, \. S., -17 W. \dn Buren St. 
Spitzer, Maurice, 5 N. La Salle St. 
Stanhoi)e, Leon Y., U)', .S. .Michigan .\ve. 
Ste\'ens, Harry Y., 5-', W. Jackson Blvd. 
Steube. Len Y. W., Danville, III. 
Stone, John R., S S. Dearbor>i .St. 
Strandel, Charles A.. 118 N. La Salle St. 
Strauch, Moriz !■'., 1-15<> Diversex Parkicav. 



Sturgcs, Howard Putnian, Z.9 .V. La Salle St. 
Sturm, Meyer J., ll(> S. Michigan Ave. 
Sturnfield, (\ H., (>00 Blue Island Ave. 
Swern, Perry W., 7.9 5. La Salle St. 
Teesdale, Lawrence V., (i'.fltd Prairie Ave. 
Teich, Frederick J., 21 E. Van Buren St. 
Thomas, Stafford F., 555 Surf Ave. 
Tocha, Anton, 1225 N. Ashland Ave. 
Tomlinson, H. \Yel)ster, fjj E. Van Buren St. 

Iffendell, William (i., M S. State St. 
I'rbain, Leon F., 2//.y.'/ Nordica Ave. 
I'rbanek, Chas. A., l',2-^ S. Avers Ave. 

\'ail, Morrison H., Dixon, III. 

\'an Bergen, John S., Oak Park, III. 

\';in der Meer, Wybe J., 102', Leland Ave. 

Viehe-\aess, Ivar, (i't E. Van Buren St. 

\itzthiim, Karl M., 21 E. Van Buren St. 

W'ach, Fdward F., 521 1 S. Kedzie Ave. 

Wallace, ('has. L., Joliet, III. 

Waterman, H. IF, 10 S. La Salle St. 

Watson, Jesse N., .S7. Louis, Mo. 

Watson, Roht. Bruse, 225 S. Central Park .ire 

Watson, \ernon S., IS!) W. Madison St. 



Weber, Alfred P., Ill VV. Washington St. 
Weber, I^eter J., 2J,2 S. Dearborn St. 
Webster, Chas. Woods, Joliet, III. 
Weiss, John W., 53 W. Jackson Blvd. 
Westerlind, Carl W., /// W. Washington St. 
Wheeiock, H. B., 6',i W. Randolph St. 
White, Howard J., 1),17-H0 E. Jackson Blvd. 
White, James M., Prof., Urhana, III. 
White, Kesson, 1^227 Prairie Ave. 
Whitmeyer, Mark H., /'// .V. Jefferson St. 
Whitsitt, H. W., Moline, III. 
Williamson, W. G., I'J S. La Salle St. 
Wilmanns, August C, 25 S. Dearborn St. 
Winkel, Benno, Denver, Colo. 
Winslow, Benj. E., 2017 N. Richmond St. 
VVoltersdorf, A. F., US N. La Salle St. 
Woodyatt, Ernest, Evanston, III. 
Worthmann, Henry, 155 N. Clark St. 

York, John D., 1222 N. Clark .St. 
Youngberg, John E., 20 N. La Salle St. 

Zidek, Joseph, i,021 W. North Ave. 
Zimmermann, Hugo H., 272S Pine Grove Ave. 
Zippwald, Otto, 27 ',2 N. Tripp Ave. 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Baumann, l-Vederirk, 27'i'i Pine Grove Ave. 

Clay, W. W'., 22(; S. La Salle St. 

Cioodnow, Charles X., Municipal Courts, Citv 

Hall. 
Hill, Henry W., 12S N. La Salle .St. 



Palmer, H. L., I'J S. La Salle St. 
I'feiffer, C.eo. L., Lemon Citv, Florida. 
Randolph, S. M., Oak Park', III. 
Shepardson, Francis W., Springfield, III. 
Wight, P. B., Pasadena, Calif. 




Mosaic, Dr. Nathan Clifford Rickcr 
By PKt)F. N. A. \\ HM.s, l'ni\-ersily of Illinois 




Inferior, Residence of G. S. Gaylord, Neenah, Wis. 
Chii.ds tv Smith, Architects, Chicago 




Interior, Menasha Cafe, Menasha, Wis. 
C'hii.ds (S; Smith, Architects, (."hicago 




House at Lake Forest, III. 
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INDEX TO EXHIBITS 

AI.SCIll 1.1.:r, AIT<RI':I) S., AV /•:. Jurkson Blvd. 
I l^'actoiA. \'i(i<)|- Mfi;. ('()., ("hica^o. 
1 Proposed l^i-anch l'iil>lic lahraiA, Chicat^o. 

A.\11-:K1(A.\ park IUILDI.-.RS, i:>S Xrnrqurtte lildo. 
•i ("\\\- I'laii, St. Aii^iistiiir, I'Morida. 

4 .Memorial Park at La Porte, liid. 

AR\IS|d<()\(;, IIARR\- WAdd-.RS, Ul) Moulrosr Blvd. 

5 Skei(li lor Mural Panel ■■(.ilt> lo the (.ods." 

AR.MSI R()\(,, j. A., // .V, /,,/ Sa/lr Si., .Smrrs.sor to II. R. WiLuni .-^ Co. 

(> Re-^ideiice to he hiiilt in ( deiicoe, III. 

/ Re-ideiice, ( liicii^o, 

S Sketch lor coiMit r\' residence. 

'' Ivvteiioi-, I'he Suit I lotel, ( liicai;o. 

10 ^olariinn. Idle Snif 1 lotel, ( diica;^o. 

1 1 l.ol)l.\ , I hr Siiif I lotel, ( hlc.e^o. 

.\Mil'.\-, .\sllll\- \- s( 111 l./i;. !:s IP. Ja,ks,>u Bird. 

'- \ oik ( oniinnnitN llii;li School, ddioni^on. III. 
Mi;\l \ .\R|-^ IXSid diri-: Ol- DKSK.N. I .>,; /•. :.-,//, .V/., Ac;c ];,rk (V/v. 

'''-^I~^"^' ^'- • '■• '•■■ -llr/irr I'lickry, Clnca'^,) .\ re h itcit ural C/iil,. 
1^ ' la-- P l^-i|MiN-e i;-,(|ni>se -".X Stone ('i-(»s." 

I'.K \\I)\I;R, \ld;X. R.,.|/.-//cr Rrhon. fhuaoo. 

II .\n h,eolo'^\ Piojei "An It.di.m Renai>>,ince ( h,iiiel. " 
ll<'l)(d)()\, |-R1;|)|;R|( Ix .M., Alrlirr R.d>or,, Chuao,,. 

1.^ ( l,i-> P l-'.-(Uii»e-l-;>(iuissc -"A I)o\c (Die." 

^I\' ' Al (dll-A', W. |-., .\lrlirr Rrhon, Clinaoo. 
1') .\rcha'oloi;\ and Poi'l) Pii/e I )r.i w i n;^-. 

'''■^'^ ' 'I'-l^' A. Id A', .l!r/irr Pink-y. CIikik^o .1 nli ilrdunil Chili. 
'' ' !■'" I'' k.-i|ii'--'->' l'--'|"'-->i' "A ('eine|er\ ( ',,u eu .iw " 

W' d.h I , Rl I )( )PP|| .1/,7/cr Rr'unr Chiroi^o. 

is \i'clKrolo;<\ Projet ".\ (,,irden (.ate." 
I'l'-"^ \ 1'^ I !'■ I".. IP. l-^ii" Rdiliciy I\.\;li,ni'^r lihlo. 

''' ' .ener.il PI, in ol I )e\clo|)nieni , Winneik,!. 111. 

-I' \ illaue ( enter PLtn, W innetka. 111. 

-1 /oniii- PI, in, W'innetk.i, 111. 

-- Plan ol I liL;hu,i\-, Wdnnetk,!, 111. 

-^ R,iil\\,i\- ( ,r,ide Rectllic.ition PI, in, \\innetk,i. 111. 

-^ '''■'" "' ^Mlion .\|)pro,iche> ,11 lndi,in Mill ,in<l llnl.lMrd \\,„mU, Winnetk, 

-■^ Per-pe, li\ e \iew of I he ( ix le ( 'enter, Winnetk,!, 111. 

-" Piopo-ed Honor Roll Meinori.d Tenipor,ir\ ^ (,r,int P.irk, (diic,mo. 

-'7 Per-pecti\e Siiid\- ol" I he Mi,hii;,in .\\eniie Prid,i;e, (diic.ii^o. 

-^ Altern.iiise PI, in. lor th,' Propo-ed (dAi, Centta-, Mmne.ipohS, Mmn. 
'''■•'^'^ '■•'■'■■ I-- II., A \\,\I. I-;. P.\Rs()\s, isnn R,nhcoy Rx,h,ni.r Bid,. 

-"' Plan- ol laeld .\riiller\ l-irini; ( 'eni er, ( .iin] > Kno\. 
l'i:\ TPIA , ll,\RR\- IP, //.'; Mo„ror Bid'-. 

■^" PcMdeiKc lor Mr. Oito R. laeher, I ndi.i n.ipoli-, Ind. 

.^1 .\partinent Miiildin:^, ''''11 >hend,in Ro,id, (diicai;o. 



1U:KI<\-, I'A1<KI;R N., Da cased. 

M liilrislati' National 15, ink, Chicago. 

I5()(K, KUIIARI) W., River Forest. III. 

.vi Sculpt lire, I'lastcr " Sonu' Sport ." 

.U l'\)uiitain Sketch. I'lastiT "l.csi Wc l-'ori^ct." 

I^ODIXh:, J. CLARI^NCI':, 'I'hc 15o(lini-Spanjcr Co., I HUi CJuitlunii Cl. 
,vS I )cc()rat i\ I' I'ainlini^s. 

HOl-.llM'.R, A1.I-;.\.\.\1)|':R, >>i> S. Mieln^^au Ave. 
.•!(i I'aintini;. ( )\cr Manlt'l. 
M I )cc()rat i\'c Panel " lU'ct ho\ tai." 
.vS Paintini;, Dccoratixc Panel. 

HI ( K, l..\\\Ri:\(l-;, l.'iil Steimciy Hull. 

.-i'' Sketch of llouM' loi' Mr>. l.ev;ler, R.ixinia, 111. 

40 .M\ Sindio, Ra\i1na, 111. 

41 M\ ( .anlen, Ra\inia. 111. 

4-' llon^e o( .Mr. !■;. P. I )e Moulin, I lot Spiini;>, ^. |). 
4.'! ('otiaj4e at .Mlendale I'aian, Pake \ ill.i. III. 

IW (K, P., .\M) r.M.PM ADC.k; \- \\.\1S()\, .\ss,Hiale .\nhiteits. 
44 Royceniore School, P\,in>ton, 111. 
4,^ Ro\ ctanoi (.' School, l-',\ mston. 111. 
4() Ro\(cinoi'e School, 1".\ .iii'-ton. 111. 

(■1-;R\1N \- HORN, .lUi .Safety /ililo.. Mo< k Ishnnl. III. 

4/ Street "-■ceiie. I . S. lloni-ini; CorpoiMi ion I )e\ cli ipnient , Rixk 

Moline. ,111(1 I-".,!-! .Moline, 111. 
4'^ 4'\ pev of Home-, Pinli lor P. s. ||i)n--inv; Coi poiMi i.m ,ii Ro, k 
Moline, ,111(1 P,i-,( Mohne, 111. 

CllPMA', HOW \R1) l,()\i;\\i;PP, !i,s .S, I. a .Salle .St. 

V> |-.\t(ai()i- \ iew-, 4'hirteentli (4iiir(li of (4iri-t. Siieiiii-t, (4iic,i;<o. 
•"^'I Interior \ ie\\>, I4iirteeiii li ( hui(h of (hii-t, Siiciiii-t, ( hii.ii^o. 
■^1 l)i-pla\ Room--, M,il(luin Pi, mo ('omp,in\, ( lii(,i-o. 

( HK \(,() ria IIMC.M, (OPPl-J ,|;, .',-.'/ .v. Muhr^an .\ve. 

^- l-.ntr,inic Portion of, i .\lii-.eiim. I"ir-t \'e,ir ^i ndciii -' Work. 

.^•i l-.iitr,ince Portion ot ,i .Mu-enm. Second ^'e,lr ^tnde 

.^4 k.mr.ince Portion ot ,i Mu-ei:ni. Scond \'c,ir studci 

■^.^ iMitr.mcc Portion of, 1 .Mii-eiim. Second ^'e,lr^tnde 

.^'i ImUimikc Portion of ,i Mn-eiim. "second Way ^\\h\v 

^1 lMitr,Mi(c Portion ol ,i Mii-eiim. "-^econl| \'e,irsin(le 

( lllPDs \ sM I III, i;'^ /.;. r„„ jinre>i .V. 

.^S Re-idciKc lor ( .. s, (,,i\|()|-d. Nccn.ili , \\"i-. 

'^'' haitr.iiKe l-'i'ont. Re-ideiK c for ( ,. ^. (.,i\lo|-d, Xccn.di. Wi~. 

'•" RcicpiKin Room. Re-ideni c for < ., s, (..ixjdrd, Xccii.di, W4-. 

''1 P,iurence Memori,il (di,ip(4. P.iwrciKe ( Dlle^c. Apiilcion, W'l-. 

'i_' |-;\lerior, Men,l-h,i Hotel ('.ife, Mcil,i-li,e W 1-. 

')•! Interior, Men,i-h,i 1 h iic! ( ',ife. Mcna-ln. W'i-. 

(A Rll-.-ell S,,.^i. H.ill, Appleton, Wi^. 

'>5 Rn--.ell s,,.^,. 1 kill, Applcion. \\i~. 

()() Sket(h tor Piihhc ('omfort ^t,ition HiMwn |i\ l„i\Menic Punk. 

'o "soldier- ,md s,iilor~ .Monnmeni. .\ccii,ih ,iiid Men,i-h,i. W :~. 

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W l)('^i^iis for Siciiiicd ( '.la^^ Windows. 

D.WIS, ZACIlAin' T., ^■'; /-:. Von Ihiren Si. 

/() Oiii^ley I'reparatorN' Si'niinar>', ("hicaj^o. 

/I ("ourt l{le\'ati()n of ('ha]>cl, Oiii^k-y I'rcparatorx- St'minar\-, Chicaj^o. 

11 InU'i-ior of ("ha])el, Oiii^lcy l'r("i)arator\- Scniiiiar\-, Cliica^o. 

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7.-i to 7') 15iill(iiiii.s for the liiixcrsitN of Colorado, I^ouldrr, Colo. 

I)i;.\\ \ l)i:.\N, /,;; .V, /.,/ Sul/r .SI. 

50 I iiduslrial 1 lousing I'roicct--. 

I)\'l';i<, SCO'l'l" C., .IS .S. Dnirhoni SI. 
CSl A Cottaj^c. 

N2 A 1 louse ill .Mi(liii;aii. 

(.KAIIAM, ANDI'RSON, I'KOliSi' \ Wlirri-:. /;/; Railway l-:.x;l!aui:r Hlds^. 

X.\ I'crspcctixc |-dc\alioii, Proposed rnion St.ilioii at the Public Scpiari', 
( lt'\i'laii(l, ( )liio, 

51 l'cr>pc( t i\c Idcxalion, Proposed Cniou Station at t lu' Piihlic S(| 

( lc\ (land, ( )hio. 

NS Pi'r>pc'(ti\c |-;ic\ation of I'cder.d Rc>cr\e Paiik of Dall.is, d'exas. 
N(> Pcr-pc(ti\t' I'dcxalion of i'l'drr.d Ki'scrx c P,iid< of Dallas, Texas. 
XI l.ol)l)\-, Wa>luni;ton l'o^t ( )fti(c \\ ashini;ion, 1), C. 
SS Sculpture lor Ideld .Museum \\\ llenr\ lleiiiit;. 
S9 .Models of Statue- ".Xir," 'dearth," 'd^i-t," "Norih," •'Soulh," 'ddif," 

"Water," ".\nt liropoloiix ," "Hoiaiu," "(.eoloj;\," 'd )isseniinal ion of 

Knowledge," "Science." "Record," ' l\e-earcli ," "/ooloi;\." - \\\ I leinA' 

I leriiii;. 

ll.Md,, 1:M1;R\- SI-.WI-OKD, h; /■:. Wm Hum, SI. 

''() ldr>t Pri'liniin,ir\ Stud\, Sterling, 111., Public l.ihrarw 

''I I'lr-t Preliiniuar\- Siudx, liiNiituteand Tr, lining School of tlu' ^'. M. C. .\. 

'C Preliininar\ Stu<l\-, lininanuel Papti-t Teiuple, 2,M-d St. and M ichii^.in .\\ e.. 

( liicaL;o. 
''•^ l'reliinm.ir\ Siud\, I ii--i i;,ipti-t ( liurch, l)uliu(pu', low.i. 

II Al.l.ld.RC,, 1.. (,., \ CO., //^•.^■. M n hii^an .Irr. 
'H Per-^pec 1 1\ (.■ .\ Propo>ed I'.u'torw 

ll\RR|s()\ I lA II.MCAI, llPdl S( HOOP, CI,„aoo. 
''.^ .\lPert .M,d\ (,othic Roofed Residence, 

'"i Rudolph \i(toiin Rcuideriniu;, 1 lou'-e ,u P,d^e hOrcht. 
''7 Rudolph \'i( torin Renderini;, Residence ,tt Pake I''oresl. 
''S llarr\ Soenk>en Rcuiderini;, 1 nterior of ( diu err llall. 
'J') llarr\ Socudssen - Renderini;, Re-ideiK c. 

M1;RM.\\ 1, l.|-:()N, /;/ /•:. rrarso,, SI. 

1110 Model ol Med.d lor P,o\' Scout-. 

Ill-Wlir .\ lAMi: Rs()\, rrona. III. 

101 Peori.i Pile 1 usur.i n( c ( 'onipan\ Huildini;, Peori.i. ill. 



IIODC.DON, l■Kl•;l)l•;kl(■|^ M.. I ',ini Crrm/mf Air. 
102 Sketch tor [•'arm 1 loiix.-. 



lOLABIRI) c^ ROClIi:, !()', .S. Muhii^an Ave. 

1(1.^ W'esIcN- lM)inul,iti()ii M The I 'iii\Trsit \- of Illiiioi- 

("has. L. Mori;. 111. 
104 \\Vslc'\- h'oundatioii al The lni\crsit\- of llHi 
C'h.is. I,. .Mornaii. 



I ih.Mia, III. 



lllOl- 



rhaiia, 



1 )ra\\ 11 1 )\ 
i)ra\\n li\- 



III N'l 



105 

106 
107 
lOS 



alh I ioii^c ,\_\\i\ 

l)ara, ( al. 
ai'liara, ( 'al. 

al. 
ill!-, ^anta l>,ir- 



\\1 
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114 
I 1,^ 
I 1(> 
1 17 

lis 

II'; 
120 
121 
122 
12,^ 
124 
125 
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150 

151 
1,^2 
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155 
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\n'K()\, .\rchitcrt, Los Aiin^clcs, Cal. 
War ('ain|) Conimtiiiilx Service, .Xrcadia ('liil) lloii-,c, I 

Swimmiiii; Tool. 
The Patio, Kesideiua' of .Major j. II. II. rcshim-, SaiiM Ka 
The Chapel, Roideiiceof .Major J, II. II. I'ohiiie, S.uila 
The ResidiMice of .M.ijor j. II. II. I'c-,liine, S.iiit.i llirl i.n ,i . 
i'reliniinar\ Sketch of Kc^ideiKf of M.ijor |. II. ||. |',-,1 

h.ira, Cal. 
d'he Residence of .Major j. II. II. re-^hiiie, S.mt.i h.iil.aia, 
■j'he ResidiMice of M.ijor j. II. II. I'cshiiie, S.iiii.i Marliaia. 
I'irst ( 'oii,i;rei;.it ion.il (linrcii, l\i\ (■r->ide. ('.ij. 
l-ir>t ( 'oni.;rej;.it ioii.d ( hiirch, l\i\('r>ide, ( ,il. 
d'he Hard Roidence, lliieiieme, (',d. 
Mu>ic Hiiildini;, romon.i ( ollci^c, ( i.iremoni, ( ,il. 
Mii>ic Ruildiiii;, I'oniona ( 'ollcL;e, C l.i i eiiioiil , (',il. 
I'he !■'.. !•'. Roliiiin- Residence, <),ik Kiioll, 1 ',i~.,idcn,i , ( ,d. 
I'he Hiiriie-. ('otl.i:<e, .Mir.iniar, (\\\. 
C.iiii|)u>, I'omon.i (dllei^e, ( l.ireiiioiii , ( ,d. 
The Iv [•". Roi)l)in^ Re--ideiice, ().ik Knoll, r.i-.idcna, ( ,d. 
The I-'owler Re-^idence, (hiiio, ('.il. 

('..irden of .M\r(iii lluiii, I'.is.iden.i, ( '.d. - M.uid I ),iL;;^cit . s, iil|,|,,r. 
('..trdeii ot M\roii lluni, i ',i-.,idcii,i, ( ,il. .M.md I ),ii.;i;i't I , ^(idpKir. 
d'he l.oriiiK (,,inh-ii, I '.i-^.idfii.i, ('a\. M.iiid I ).i,i;:^et I . S(iil|itor. 
d'he l.orinii C,,ird,.|i, I ',i-„tdfn,i , ('.\\. -.M.uid I ).t^i4ei t . S(iil|)ioi. 
ResideiK I' ol I,. \\ . jiitlen, 1 liiii i idi^e, I'.i -.ideii.i , (',il. 
R.\tiai-ion- lo ihc ( .anleii of Wm. (,, .M.nJifr, s,,,, R,,|,i,.| 11,'mlii,, 

deii.i, ( ',tl. 
■-.xteii'-ioii- lo the ( ..irdiai ol Win, (,. .M.iilici-, s.,,, R,,!.,,.! i|ciL;hi--, 

den. I, ( ',il. 
|-',\ten^ion- to i he (.ardcii ol Win. I,. .Mailirr. s,,,, k.if,,,.] ||ci,;h|,, 

den, I, ( .d. 
ICxteii-^iiMi- lo ilu' (,,iidrii ol Will. ( ,. .M.iilicr. s.in R.il.id llci-lii-., 

den. I, ( '.d. 
dhe M.ir\l,ind l'i'r:<ol,i sho|i>., I',i-,.idcn,i. ( ,il. 
I he stcw.iri ( i.irdcn, Moniccito, ( ',il. 

< '.ii'deii l-ailiMncr The J. 1'. W'lCon Kr-idr ik . ■ , I ',i^,id. ■ !i, i . ('.d. 
Sketch lor the i>r,idiinr\ llinldi iii;^. .M.i/.ii l,i n, .Mcxko. 
I'cMil of the .Mr-, j. .\, linrne- ( oli.e^e, .Mir.im.ir. ( .d 
II. I-. Iliintiir^ion l.ilir,ir\-, I.o- RoMcn R,in,h, s,,,, Xknino, ('.d. 



.i-,i- 



llddNOls ( II.Vni'R. .\.\lld<l( .W INMIIIdl-: Ol- .\k( |||||.;( | ^, Ch„noo. 
.\rchile(t - ,111(1 d'oun I'l.mninij, ('omniiltee I'.. II. I'xaiiHii, ( li.iniiriii. 

1-^7 (diic,(i;o - Pontile, i-iern Di^trKi ,tnd I ndi.i n.i ^t eel lown- lloii~iir' Siir\e\- 



jANIN, 1'1;R.\.\M), l.n.iiud 1,\ S. A. Marx. 
1 .■is I II Soir (Ic l*'('ic. 
l.^<> Paris. Lcs ( .rands lioulcx aids. 

140 I'larr (Ic la Coiuordc. 

141 liruKCs. 

142 \'|,rcs. 

JI-:.\K1.\S, liARk^• DOIXil-:, nor Auditorium Tourr. 
14S rri-si)ccii\r .Modern lli^liua\' Bridge. 

J()II.\SI().\, ( l..\Kl-:\C|-: 11., Capital Bank Bldi^.. St. Paul, Mum. 
144 iianiiah M . RiiiJed^i' Home, Chippi-ua i-'alU, Wi-.. 

l\.\K(lil-;R X- S.MIIII, .\r, liiterts, I'hiladcl pliia . />a. 

14.S Hall si/e DrawinK, Mosaic i''rie/.e lor Cinideii I'lil.lic l,il)rar\- -. Nicola 

1 )'.\>cen/.o, I )e>igner. 
14r) Color Scheme of .Mosaic i'rieze lor Camden I'uhlic Library- - Nicola 

1 )'.\s( cn/.o, I )esiv;nei'. 

I.l.i;\\ Idd.NN, j. C., .;.v .V. Dcarlioni St. 

14/ Mii'd's-e\e \ iew of C. S, Housing Coip. I'rojeci No. 4,'^7, 



I4N ( .r<iii|) ol llotives, I '. S. Housing Corp. I 

14'' < .roup ol Houses, C.S. Housing Corp. I 

1 "^'1 Cioup (j| Houses, C.S. Housing Corp. I 

1 ■" 1 ( iidup ol Houses, 1 . S. Housing (Oip, 1 



roje( ( .No. 4.^7, 

rojeci No. 4,^7, 

ro]e( I No. 4.^7, 

rojec t No. 4,S7, 



1 lanmiond, 


Ind. 


1 l.iinniond, 




i lamrnoud, 




1 lamniond, 




1 lammond. 




i lammond. 





l-"^- Croup ol Houses, C. S. Housing Corp. I'lojecl .No. 4,^ 

.M.\ili:R, (d:()R(d-; W., >tis S. I.a Sallr .St. 

l.^.i I'erspeeiixe \\ niona S,i\ings Ha nk a nd \\i non.i N.itional l',ank Building, 

W iiiona, .M inn. 
1 .-^ 4 Residence ol Mr. ( '.eorge B. l)r\(leii, l^xan-lon. Ill, 
l,v> \\ar(4iouse ,ind .\d mi nist ral ion Buildings of ihc j. R. W.itkins Medical 

( onipaiu , W inona, M inn. 
1,^0 Residence of ( '. I . Siuder, ( liicago. 
1.^' I'loposcil ReintoK cd ('oncrele Hotel. 
l.^S .Noi I hw e-tei n I iii\ersii\ ( .\ inuasium. INan-ton, 111. 
1-^'' Bi'oii/e (,ii)up- in kroni of .NOri liw csierii I iu\er-ii\ ( .\ inuasium ,it 

1. \ ,in-tou. 111. 
1''" Broii/e (.roups in kroni ol Nori liw e~i em 1 iii\er-ii\- ( '.\ inn.isium .n 

k. \ aii-ioii. Ilk 

.M AKsll.M.I, ,\ I ( )\, ; -/ \- ,l/„ /;/t,'<;// . 1 :r. 
1 '>1 .\p.iri nieiii k'.iiildiiig, ( liicago. 
1 'C Bl,n k-lolle I kitek C llii ,lgo. 
1 'i ■> I'kli k-l ( me I lle.ll re. ( llic.lgo. 

I'll I Idiiie ( )||ii e, Noll liwe-ierii .Mutual l.ile lu~ur.iiue Co., .M il w ,i ukee, \\d-. 

M AKN. ^ \M A., /,■ ■, ir. Ja, k.nii Hlv,l. 
1 1>^ New ( )rlc,iii~. 
](>ii New ( )rle,m~. 
1 'w St ud\ ol kait r.i in e. 

.M \s(j| k;R.\^■, i;. I,., .\rdiit<, i l.k:()N llk.RM.\NI, -culptor. 

l'>'^ |)el,iil ol ^1 ulptiire ,M,iin kailiMiice . ( .itkicdial ol ^t . I'.iuk Mmn. 



Mll.l-I'.K, II. CI.NDI';, //.' ir. Adams Si. 

1()0 l\TS|)C(li\t' of (;,illaiiis Hiiildini;, llaUlcd Si. and I'hli i'l., ( liic.ii;(). 

170 I'l'ispiHliM' of (diicai^o H()\s' (dill), ()i\diar<l aiuI Willow Sth., (du(ai^(/. 

MORCAN, (dlAS. L., lo', .S. Muhn-aii Ave. 

171 A Studio S(i\'cii on " I iisulitc." 

MORROW, A. W., Lake Forest. III. 

172 ("ariK'_i;ii' lal)rar\ , ( diillicot lu', 111. 

MMMONS, (;i':()R(,|-: O., \ CO., m .S. Mulnoa,, Ave. 

n.i Hiiildini; for tlu' liiioii Special Machine Co., ( Ini a^o. 

174 Huildin;^ for the llarrini;t()n and Kin>; Mfi;. Co., ( iuca,i;o. 
1 7,S Pencil SkeU li. 

17() ddiornton MiiuTal Springs, Proposed I ni pro\ cincni , ddioiiiion , III. 

XORIdl CI-.NIR.M. .\SSO( l.\ I lO.N, Chuao,,. 

1 / 7 I'l, in ,ind lde\ .il ion^. 

175 l'ei->pt'cti\e North Michii^.m .\\e. District. Ii\ .\. .\ . Relion. 
17') South i'la/a. H\ A, .\. Relion. 

150 Memoiial .\r( li at Noiili l'l,i/a. U\ .\, \. Kehoii. 

151 Shop lM-ont> with Inifoiin H,iicon\ Line. M\ .\. .\ . Kehoii. 

152 North l'l.i/,i. 

IS.'! I.ookini; South on Muhi^an .\\c IC \ Ci non 1 Io\m- I5,iile\. 

154 AeropLine \iew l.ookiu;^ North. H\ \ Ci non Mowe l'.,ide\. 
18.1 Cookini; South Ironi W .it er- 1 ow ei'. M\ \ einon llowe I5.iile\. 
1S() Lookini; .North from ()iit,iiioSt. \\\ \ ft non llowe li.idcN . 
1S7 Bridi;e and South l'l,i/a. H\ \ ei iioii llowe H,iiK'\. 

155 Chri>tm.i> Shopping , It .Nii;ht. lU \Viiion Howe l'>,iile\. 

Olds Ov (1,.\RI<, r, X. .\[u-hiiian Ave. 

'■^'' l-;ntr,ince II, ill, Residence of .Mr. John N. ( )t l , Indian Mill, Winiieik.i, 111. 

I'H) Re-i.letueof .Mr. I'r.iiui-, I', i'.iitler. Win net k,i , 111. 

1'" lal)r.ir\- - Residence of .Mr. C.il\ in hCnire^-, llnl.li.ird Wood-, III. 

]''_' RcMdence of .Mr. John N. On, Indrm Mill, \\iniieik,i. III, 

rid IxlW \- J1;NKINs AND 1II;NR\- p. W mi I l, \.m„ i.,ie .\ivhitect., ^■ ,V. .U/,./;^ 
/[,'<;» Ave. 
P' ■! St UC( () I loii-e, I .,ike l-'ore-t , 111. 
P'4 Sill, .(. MoiiM-, P.ike loreM, 111. 

PI ( IxlA .\ j1:NKINs, /; A', .U/C//\w;; .Ive. 
P'.^ i ioil-e ,it P.ike hore-l , I 11. 
P") llollM' ,lt P.lke I'orcM, 111. 

PI R( hdd, .N ld.,\ls|di:, /.;.!.'/ l'en/>lry (nl^ lUd-. 

I'C .\((epied |)e-i-n Sieir< dan I n-l it u I ion, d ( InirOi, "-^ieir< Pm 
( hina. 



I un.i n. 



R.\^.MP-^s^:N, Pol is, UiHula/e. III. 
P'S W.ma- ( olor d oinP. 

KIDDPh. N kIDI )1.1-., /.'.' .^. .\Ii,iii-an . Pv. 
P''' Pelli il skeh h, MeinMil.il r(iW(a\ 

RM'l)Pi: \ kIDDPP .\NI ) DPNNI^ON A lilpi iN--, .\.m„ mi,. ,\,, h,i, 
inn i ),.-.i-ii lor P., ink P.iiddin-. 



l<IIM.i;\- X' |,|.; I5()l ril,I,||;K, IU>^t,ni, Mass. 

l<Il'l.i;\-, lllI5|.;iri' (■.., Boston Mass. 

21)2 \illa l-'l.iciu^, lllustratini; "A Sahiiic l'"arin." 

SCI I. MIDI', RICIIARI) i:., CARDI-X .^ MARIIN, t()\ S. Muhii^a,i .\vc. 

iOS Ottiif Huildiiii; lor 'V\\v Woiiian's Hcau'lit Association of tlu- Maccal )C('s, 
I'ort I I ui'oii, M icli. 

204 Olficc liuildiii;^ lor The Woman's 15ciicfil A'^>o(iat ion of the Maccalices, 

I'oi'l I lui'on, M icii. 

205 Rci s|)C( I i\c llon-c in ( '.liilornia. 

2(l() .Miscclhincou^ A, 1 ii(lcrui-itci^' l.ahoiatorlc^, I'llxalc Olficc; 15, Petersen 
l^'iil'li'iv;: ('. i'.lcanor (Ini), I'lxterior; I), I''. I'. Smith l''actor\. 

207 lort Shell. \ Hotel, I )etroil, Mich. 

20S 1 on Shell. \ Hotel, Detroit, Mich. .A, Dinim.; Room; H, Lobby; (', laiiraiice; 
I), l'!.\terlor. 

20<) Sketch ol" l.a.lie-' I'arlor. lM)rt Shell)\ Hotel, Di'troil, Mich. 
^ 210 l'i(.])o>e(l Hotel. San i'r.i iK isco, (al. 

211 Sketch ot I'.reakta-t Room, Dr. L. I'.. Sihniidt Roidiaice, ( hi(a,L;o. 

212 Proposed .\p,irlment Miiildiiii;. 

-'•■> Haiuroft Hotel, s.i^inau, Mich. .\, l-:.\terior: 15, I'irepl.ice in l.obb\; C, 

Hall Room ; I ), hail ranee. 
211 Proposed h'a(t(.r\ Puildini;, St. P.ml, Minn. 

Sil.WW HDWWRD, -ID .S. .St,itc .Si. 

21,S Resideiuc of .Mr-. i),iriii> .Milha', Pake P'ore-t , 111. 

21'i to 22.S I iidii-.i 1 i.il llou^ini; l)e\clo])m(aU at Mark, Ind. 

22() lo 2. v'; Industrial ih.ii-ini; l)e\ I'lopment , Ward, Ind. 

SMIIH, III PI;R|' .\., rrhaua. III. 

2.54 SkcK h I lampton ( 'oiiri P.dace. 

2.55 Sketih Idle P.ede Hoii-,e, Pydd i n.^toil. 

s.Mllll, \\M. p)M:s, .\ichiiect, /;; /■;. \\n, H„rr„ .Si. 

2.5() Maine ol tlie l\iii^, 1 )oor\\M\- of i he (diarire-- ('aihedr.d, Immiicc. 
2.57 I5ean\ .\ri- Pri.jet. " .Xmba-^ador'- Re--idence." 

"^P.\Pld:R, (d;RrRP|)i:, m:^ iln-rm.-iUHi Air. 

2,5>S ( olor Note-, lor Decor.ltion- (.f Ro(.f ( ,,ii-den. Hotel l.,i S.dle. 

si PldWW, polls IP, /.'.' .s'. Muhf^^an . Pr. 

2,5') P. 111(1 ,nid I.oan ( )llii c for IP ('. .\d,im-, .\l-on,i, P.u.i. 
210 I he Home I5inldiii- .\--oci,ii ion ('o.. Xew.nk, I )hio. 
2 11 15, ink ,11 ^idiie\ , ( )hio. 
242 I )elaiP ol ( )rn,im(ail . 



I .\PPM.\I)( d-; A \\.\I'S().\, 1\[) IP. Mailisnu .St. 

2 1,5 Del.iil, 1 loii-^e for Mr. S. s. lliucliin-.on, Sherid.in Road, ( diic.e. 

2 1 1 I )esi'<n lor M(Miiori,il l-'oimt ,iin. 

2 1,^ Wreiin PiliiMiA , I m\cr-ii\ ol I'ex.i--. 

2 P. ('eiliir<, W reiiii Pibr.iiA , I ni\er-it\' of l'e\,i~. 

2 17 Pl.tn (.1 1- irM I5,ipii-i ( hiirc h, Roc ddord, 111. 

2 IS Idr-t P.apiiM ( hiirch, Ro. kf(.rd. 111. 



\VKB1-:R, v. J., Jri Fishrr Bld<i. 

249 I\>r,s])ccli\ c of Ainiisfnicnt raxilion, West H<i(lrn, Ind. 

250 IVrspt'Ctixe of llyRcia Si)rin^, West Baden, liul. 

251 IVrs])ective ot Aixjllo S|)riiig, West liaden, liid. 

WKISKXBORN, R., 1<J /•. f'earson St. 

252 Decorative I'aiiel. 

WELLS, NKWrON A., rniversity of Illinois, Vrbiuui, 111. 

IS^ I'ortrait of Dr. \. (". Rieker in Mosaic. 1 lu' m.iteri.ils and nietliods of 
making tliis mosaic were disco\i'red and inNcnIed i)y I'rot. Wells. 

Winri:, J.\M1-:S W., Siii)ervisinv; .Architect, V. of 1 . 

l^-\ \ iew ot West Court showing .Addition to i'resent Library, I ni\'ersit\' ol 
Illinois. — Drawn 1)\ ("has. L. \h)rg<in. 

255 Stuck' lor C Ompleted Lducation Building, I niwrsity ol Illinois, Lrhana, 

111. - Drawn hy ("h.is. L. Morgan. 

WICHT .^ WK.Ii'l", First Xatiomit Hank Bld^., Kansas City. Mo. 

256 Thomas II. Swope Memorial, Swope Lark, Kans.is City, Wn. 

WOLILRSDORl', .XRTIILR, /.;,v A'. La Satlr St. 

257 .Memori.d ( "i.itew,i\-, Howard Hipp.ich .Athletic j-'ield, I'.irmington, Me. 

ZI.M.MLRNLA.N, S.X.Xi: c^ /I .M M I-:RM AN , r,', /•:. Wm Ihncn St. 
25<S Building lor Thos. Cu>,ick Co., .New N'oik ('it\. 

1 he l-..\hil)it ion ('ommiltee e\pres>e> its ,ippreci,U ion ot the coui'te--\ >ho\\ii 1)\- the 
owners ot llu' tollowing e\hil)il>, which h,i\c lieeii lo.ined f\pre~--l\ toi' till-- exhibition; 

.\\i:rs-ciiilar-ra.\s()M \ j()si;i>ii di x, (7//V,;t;<). 

259 Cathedral Chairs. 

JOIIX A. C()LB\' Ov sOXS, Cliuano. 

260 It.di.m (lolhic W.ilnut ( redence. 

261 It.tli.m Reiiais->,iiicc ( h.iir> Ironi iin;^iii,il iii Loii\ re. 
H)l Itali.m Torchere--. 

26, ■> Louis .XIII (hair Trom origin, d in T iHii.iinel)lc,ni. 

2()4 ( lohelin 'T,ipe>tr\-. 

If)^ Loui> .Xl\' Lacijuer ('.diinet. 

Bt R( d->s sT.XI-TORD. 

lUU .M.irlile Bust. ('omic--e Du B,irr\ li\ Au.;iiMin I'.iioa, 1 7.-!(l 1 S(l'). 
267 2 p,i--tels m the T'icnch m, inner 1)\ Alnn '~^. I'ii^cIdw. 



Till- •T()Bi:\' I-IRXITI kl-; CO., Cho-,ii^o. 
I'o^'^ .\ntii|ue .M,diog.tn\ (ommode. 

269 L()iii> .X\ 1 l'ow(lere<l Cold Arm ( li.ilr. 

270 Louis X\ I I'owdered (.old Seticc. 

271 Loui> .X\' W.dmit I'ergere ( h.iir. 

272 .Mur.d Tauel 1)\- .\lm.i S. Bigelow. 

I'liiil matcri.d tnnii~hcd ,iiid lii-t.illed |i\ thr llnirx Wiiiliold ('i)nip,in\, Lx.in^lon. 



THE THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL 

CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITION 

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THK CHICAGO ARC HITK( TURAL CLUB 

THE ILLINOIS SOCIKTV OF ARC HITHCTS 

THK ILLINOIS CHAPT1:R 
AMKRIC AN LNSTITUTL OF ARCHITIXTS 

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THE THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL CHICAGO 
ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITION 

JOINT EXHIBITION COMMITTEE 

Fkkdkkick M. H()i)(iiK)\, Chairman Hekhekt W. Axdkkscin, Secretary 

("lake (\ HosMHK, Treasurer 



REPRKSK\T1N(; CUKAC.O 
ARCllITKCTrRAL ("LIB 

Fkedekick M. 1 1<)1)(,i)(3N 
A. J. Lawrence 
Hekhekt Andekson 
Akchihald Mokphett 
Robert Franklin 

I'lEKRE l^LOUKE 

Klmer J. Vox 



REPRESKXTF\(; ILIJNOIS CHAPTER, 
AMERICAN IXSTFI ITE OF ARCHITEC TS 

Lawrence Hallbeki; 

C. (\ HOSMEK 

Emery Jackson 

(lEO. \V. ^L^HER 

^L C. Chatten 
F. A. C'hilds 
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REPRESENTLNi; ILLLNOIS S()("IEr\' 
OF ARCMFFECrS 

Ira W. Hoover 
Walter F. Shatitck 
Herhekt 1 \. ( iREi;N 
S. S. Heman 
Hriii-:RT Hiknham 



(■oM^^^■^EE o\ 

FLNAXCE 

ClarI': (". HosMER, Chairman 
Sigurd Roonstadi 
("lEO. A. Knaim' 



COMNHITEI-: OX 

PLHLK rrv 

Elmer J. Vox, Chairman 
Emery Jackson 
Archibald Mori'hictt 



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SIMX lAL FEATURES 
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OOMMITTEI-: OX 
CAIALOC, 

A. J. Lawrence, Chairman 
Harry H. Hentlhv 
R()Hi:rt I'ranklin 



("OMMnii:!-: ox hanoinos axd diccoratioxs 

\\'iLLL\M J. Smliti, Cliairnian 
Emery B. Jackson 

HlBERT BURNHAM 

Ira W. 11oovI':r 



JURY OF ADMISSION 



William 1{. Parsons 
Charles H. Hammond 



l-RANK Chase Walker 

AlBIN P(JLASEK 



Ah ram Poole 



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n pregenting tfjifli annual catalog, tfje 
Chicago Architectural Club, tf)c Mimi^ 
^ocietp of Architects;, anb tfje SUinoij; Cl)ap= 
ter of tfje American Snsititute of Architects; 
toisf) to expresis; tfjeir gratitube to tfje Art 
Snsititute of Cfjicago for its; generousf co= 
operation, anb for its; courteous; f)os;pitalitp 
in extenbing to tfje joint s;ocieties; tfte us;e of 
its; galleries;; to tlje patrons;, for tf)eir liberal 
^ anb beartp siupport, enabling tte publication 

\ of tbis; bolume anb aibing totuarbs; tbe 

realisation of tbis; exbibition; anb to tbe 
Cxbibitors;, tobo, bp generous; contributions; 
of tbeir tDorfes;, make pos;gible tbes;e annual 
exbibitions;, tberebp encouraging anb pro 
moting a popular appreciation of arcbitecture 
anb tbe allieb fine arts;. 



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OPENING RECEPTION 

iHE VAN VLISSINGEN DANCERS 
GAVE THE PROGRAM "DANCING 
THE WORLD BACK TO NATURE" 
FOR THE RECEPTION OPENING 
THE ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBI- 
TION, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 6, 1920 

COURTESY OF MRS. VAN VLISSINGEN 




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DECORATIONS BY MR. HERMAN ROSSE 

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Viciv of Patio 

Rcsidcucc for Ucnry Pdtrr, A",v(/., Mojitccito, Saiitd Barbara, California 

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PATRONS OF THE EXHIBITION 

Alfred S. Alschi^lek, Architect liXX) Steger Building, Chicago 

American Encaustic Tiling Co., Ltd Suite lU-ll McCormick Building, Chicaa^o 

American Radiator Co SUI S. Michigan Ave., Chicago 

American Terra Cotta & Ceramic Co 1808 Prairie Ave., Chicago 

John Archibald Armstronc; 137 N. Dearborn St., Chicago 

Barrett Company 10 S. La Salle St., Chicago 

Francis M. Barton Co iO.'^ S. Wabash Ave., Chicago 

( ".EORGE Beaimont S.') N. Dearborn St., Chicago 

S. S. Beman .).)^ .S. Michigan Ave., Chicago 

Kdvvard a. Bennett, \Vm. K. Parsons SO E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago 

Bestwall ManiiFACTI rino Co 11 S. La Salle St., Chicago 

Bird & Son, Inc /y,?^ W. 76th St., Chicago 

Lawrence Buck a'^ E. Va7i Buren St., Chicago 

D. H. Burnham c^ Co 209 S. La Salle St., Chicago 

Francis Barry Byrnf lOJ^ S. Michigan Ave., Chicago 

Samiiei, Cahot, Inc S^ W. Kinzie St., Chicago 

Ceresit Waterproofinc. Co Westminster Building, Chicago 

Cervin cS^ Horn, Architects -lio .Safety Building, Rock Island, III. 

("hatten <S: Hammond r,', E. Van Buren St., Chicago 

("hicago Face Brick Assck:l\tion, R. B. Howard, Sc(\ Chamber of Commerce Building 

The Chicago Fatcet Co 17') W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago 

Childs & Smith 6".J E. Win Buren St., Chicago 

James B. Clow cS; Sons ,>4.J S. Franklin St.. Chicago 

COBH, Whyte cS; Laemmer Co -U)',) W. Madison St.. Chicago 

Adelbert E. Coleman ■);/// .S7. and Stewart Ave., Chicago 

Colonial Fireplace Co ',(')! 1 Roosevelt Rd., Chicago 

CooLlDt;E iS: Hoi)<;don Li', S. La Salle St., Chicago 

P. (S: F. CoRBiN 60 W. Lake St., Chicago 

R. T. Crane, Jr H.i6 S. Michigan Ave.. Chicago 

Crofoot, Nielsen >S: Co 172 W. Washington St., Chicago 

Davidson iS: Weiss .'>■> W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago 

Zachary T. Davis 6', E. \'an Buren St.. Chicago 

Dean & Dean I.i7 S. La Salle St.. Chicago 

Dennos Prodicts Co ',()■}-. iU W. Adams St.. Chicago 

W'm. Drtmmond 10 S. La Salle St., Chicago 

N. 'Sl.w Dunning / .'Ki Kimball Building. Chicago 

Joseph Di-.x .'lis \'an Buren St., Chicago 

Henry C. Eckland lV Co Moline. 111. 

'I"he Encaistic Mosaic Co U'l-lo Monroe Building, Chicago 

Ralph W. I^rmeling 6J, E. \'an Buren .St.. Chicago 

H. ('.. I-"ii)i)Ei,KE Parkside Building. Oak Park, III. 

RoHKKT C. Fletchkk 17!) W. Washington St., Chicago 

Charles S. Frost l(i.'> S. La Salle St.. Chicag 

CiEORGE A. I'"CLLER Co Id. '7 Marquette Building. Chicago 

Edwin ¥. Cillette .s' .S'. Dearborn St., Chicago 

T. C. ( "iLEICH Co JS6(i Broadway, Chicago 

("iRAHAM, Anderson, I'kohst iS: Wm if Railicay li.xchange Buildi>ig, Chicago 

Alfred C.rangfr 7 ^ W. Adams St., Chicago 

Louis Cuenzei /// IT. Washington St.. Chicago 

Emery Stanford 1 1 ali '-' 1 /'-• ''«« Buren St.. Chicago 

L. C. Hallherg iS: Co 116 S. Michigan Ave.. Chicago 

Helmle & Helmi.i-; Springfield, 111. 

Arthur Hfun <:', h'.. \'an Buren St., Chicago 

Hewitt (S; Emerson, Architcci- Peoria, III. 

Edward Hinfs Lumhkk Co Chicago 

HoLABiRD tS: Rck'hic Ill', S. Michigan Ave, Chicago 

Robert W. Hunt iS: Co Insurance lixchangc Building, Chicago 

A. E. HussANDFR 7211 lyibunc Building, Chicago 

(has. 1,. JIuTCHiNsoN 2709 Prairie Ave., Chicago 

Interior Eilin(. Co 21 L. \'an Buren St., Chicago 

\\ . H. Jackson Co ," '/'; .S'. Michigan Ave., Chicago 

H. W. Johns-Manvii.lf Co., Chicago Hr.inch 17-S7 S. Michigan Ave. 

'I'hic Kawneek Co., C.ener.ii OHice Niks, Mich. 



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h'KANK H. Chasm, Inc C>',,j M. Michigan Ave., Chicago 

Keum I^kos. Co CI W. Kinzie St., Chicago 

Knapp Bkos. Mfg. Co 2m) W. I'tth St., Chicago 

Lakevikw Ikon Wokks '),3 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago 

J. C. Llewellyn .jH S. Dearborn St., Chicago 

Lowe & Bollenuachku lOH S. La Salle St., Chicago 

Ludowici-C'eladon Co /OJ S. Michigan Ave., Chicago 

MacAdams & Cali 1731 Conway Building, Chicago 

(iEORGE VV. Mahek, F. a. L a 2099-2QH S. La Salle St., Chicago 

Willl\m Morkice tS: Co 17 N. La Salle St., Chicago 

Marshall & Fox 721 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 

Midland Terra Cotta Co LllT) Lumber Exchange Building, Chicago 

Minneapolis Heat Re(u;lator Co 175 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago 

Mississippi Wire ( ".lass Co 7 W. Madison St., Chicago 

Franklyn R. Mullicr & Co Waukegan, III. 

Mundie & Jensen .i'.> S. La Salle St., Chicago 

National Lead Co '.>()() W. 18th St., Chicago 

Henry L. Newhouse J6'.W Prairie Ave., Chicago 

C.EOROE C. NiMMONs cK: Co 122 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago 

The Northwestern Terra Cotta Co .:l.'>2o Clyhourne Ave., Chicago 

Otis Elevator Co HOO W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago 

Victor S. Pearlman & Co .>y.3 .V. Wabash Ave., Chicago 

I*ERKINS, Fellows & Hamilton SI 'i Tower Court, Chicago 

Walter E. Perry, Anhitect f;07-6'4 E. Van Buren St., Chicago 

I'lERCE E:lectkic Co 215 IF. Randolph St., Chicago 

I'oND & Pond 6' } E. ]'an Buren St., Chicago 

William A. Pope :-^6' jV. Jefferson St., Chicago 

The Frederick Post Company .U!) S. Wabash Ave., Chicago 

The Pow'Eks Reoilator Co 2720 Grccnvicw Ave., Chicago 

1'ratt & Lamhert, 1 NC .J2() W. 2t>th St., Chicago 

PuRCELL c\: El.mslie Peoples Cas Building, Chicago 

A. N. Rehori 'ilO S. Michigan Ave., Chicago 

Riddle iS; Riddle Peoples Gas Building, Chicago 

Arc;yle 1{. RoHiNsoN /.jOi Woman's Temple, Chicago 

Harry F. Robinson I.i7 S. La Salle St., Chicago 

.\L\RTiN .A. Ryerson LP, S. La Salle St., Chicago 

.Andrew Sande(;ren ..>■') M. Dearborn St., Chicago 

Richard !•',. Schmidi li)', S. Michigan Ave., Chicago 

Howard \'an Doren Shaw ■!<> S. State St., Chicago 

V. A. CrsiiiNo Smith The Rookery, Chicago 

J. W. Snyder Co 1S52 Peoples Gas Building, Chicago 

"SpiERLiNc; tK: Linden 121i') S. Michigan Ave., Chicago 

-Xle.xandicr H. Spliz lo.j W. Monroe St., Chicago 

Howard I'ctman Stiroes tu S. La Salle St., Chicago 

Lons }L Scllivan ISOS Prairie Ave., Chicago 

Tallmadok >S; Watson is'.i W. Madison St.. Chicago 

1 1. Wi-;hstek ToMLiNsoN : 17 Woodruff Building, Joliet, III. 

1 NioN I'^oiNDKY Works / ', !: First National Bank Building, Chicago 

1 'ni\ iCRSAL Portland Ci:mi:n t Co 20S S. La Salle St.. Chicago 

John S. \'a\ Ber(;en Ravinia, III. 

('.. BkoKs \'an Dort I'.t W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago 

\'iERLiN(, Steel Works 22rd St. and Steivart Ave.. Chicago 

The \"iTK()Lrri': Co l-li W. Washington St.. Chicago 

ChI'STICK H. Wai.cott 7i; W. Monroe St.. Chicago 

Warren Wichstkr iS; Co 71'> Monadnock Block, Chicago 

1 L B. WmcELOCK r,', W. Randolph St.. Chicago 

Lymes .\L White, Supcrxisin^ .Architect University of Illinois, Urbana 

Zimmerman, Sa.m-: i.K: Zimmerman ip^ E. Van Buren St., Chicago 



FOREWORD 

SINCE the thirty-second in tliis series of Forewords was written, 
another year has been added to those that haxe gone to make up 
the countless aeons which ha\e sHpped olY into the past. C\)untless 
millenniums have passed since sentient being hrst became conscious ol 
the existence of matter; and man\- less, though still unmunbered, mil- 
lenniums ha\e passed since the human spirit recognized in inert matter 
a medium through which it might e.\i)ress its loftiest sentiments and 
ideals; a medimn upon which the spirit might breathe and so impart 
indi\'idualit\' and distinction to mere matter as to assure it inmiortalitx' 
— immortalitN' as ccMiipared with the transient existence ot the beings 
who wrought themseKes into the \ital torms. 

Had the extinct races not impressed their idealism in extraneous 
matter, not one ot them had been known toda\'. It is not i)le<isant to 
think that the Ijarbarous and dislincti\'e instincts and tendencies in 
humankind ha\e been acti\e co-jjartners with time .uid ihc t'iements in 
robbing the world ot the records ot ancient and wondertul ci\ili/at i()n>. 
"The gods man makes, man breaks;" and man has not rested with 
demolishing the gods man has made that were sjjort but he has 
sought to extinguish the god in man. Men ha\'e done this e\ il toward 
other men, and so ha\e brought destruction upon themseUes. 

Among the hrst to impress upon insensate matter, on materials ot 
the earth eartlu', the god within man, was the architect. Pr()bal)I\' he 
was the Hrst to s\inboIize or interpri't social consciousness, tlie abstract 
social idealism, in m.iterial sul)stance; the tu'st to breathe the brt'atii ot 
life into material torms, holding up to lunnanit\' a mirror ot its ideaU, 
longings and aspirations. The architect, atter all these <iges dead and 
gone, is still endeaxoring to jx-rtorm this ottice tor societN . 

These annual exhibitions are tor the purpose ot letting socielx' see 
somewhat ot the process through which the architect works to accom- 
])lish his ends. The chiet end i> s\niboh/ing, in term> ot acting and 
interacting structural toi\"es, t lu' conthct ot spiritual and ot ment.il 
torces in the socicd l)od\'. Too otten the architect and societx' itselt i.n'l 
to a[)i)reciate that the torces are at work, or how they work and then 
the architecture becomes stupid and conxent ional and societ\' is not 
elevated, howexcr entertained and .unused it ma\' be, l)\- this too valid 
s\'ml)olism ot its own ignorant sell. Too otten sincere architects who 
comprehend that torces are at work in the social structure tail to note 



the direction and tendency of the effort, and their resultant symbohsm, 
while not historically conventional, is scarcely appropriate to the society 
they would seek to interpret. 

These exhibitions are valuable as giving society (in its communal 
aspect) opportunity to see what the architect has in mind and how 
nearly in accord with his ideals is the result when the vision has been 
materialized in brick and stone. Sketches, made before the plans, even, 
arc de\x^loped, suggest the spiritual vision; photographs (at best, poor 
substitutes for the reality) furnish a hint as to the accomplished "ma- 
terialization." A closer connection between the "vision" and the 
"realization" might be made were the sketch by the architect to be 
shown, rather than conx'cntional i)resentati()ns b\' draughtsmen with 
l)ersonal and indi\idual styles of "rendering" applied more or less indis- 
criminateh- to all t\'pes and conditions of buildings b\- numerous archi- 
tects of \arie(l personalities and predilections. 

\'et, howe\er and from whome\er the drawings ma\' ha\'e tound 
place upon these walls, there is meat here for the public, there is food 
for solid thought; and the public is more (lee])l\' concerned in the exhi- 
bition than it is, perhaps, aware. The architects and the i)ublic are 
nuilualK' resi)onsible for the state of architecture in the communit\-. 
and neither can, nor should wish to, shirk the responsibilit\-. Where 
the work is sin(-ere these and kindred exhibitions ]:)ermil the i)ublic 
taste to st'c itself as the architec-t thinks he sees it. These exhibiti()n> 
furnish societx' and the architect o(-casion to take stock ol themseUes 
and ol each other. 

IRX'ING K. POND. 



COMPETITION FOR COVER DESIGN 
OF THE CATALOG 

A competition for a cover design was conducted by the 
Exhibition (\)mmittee. A first prize of SlOO was generously 
donated by Mr. Herbert C.reen and a second i)rize of $25 was 
donated l)y the Exhibition Committee. 

A iur\' of award consistinj^ of Messrs. Ira Flooxer, Allen 
Philbrick, Hugh M. (.. C.arden, Kmery B. Jackson and J. A. 
Kane made the following awards: 



MRST PRIZE , 
SECOND PRIZE 
MENTION . . 



Hkrhkrt Anderson 
Hhrhkrt a. S.mith 
Bkr.\ii.\ri) (\ Orhk\c,.\ri) 



The design gi\en Mrst Pri/t' was used for the co\er of (his 



catalog 




Residence for Henry Hater, Esq., Monteeilo. Santa Barbara, California 

HiCRTKAM (",. CooDnri:, Anhitnt 
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TRAVELING SCHOLARSHIP OF THE CHICAGO 

ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

Founded 1900 

A prize ol $600. 00 and a second prize of a gold medal are a\\'arded annualU'. 
The funds are used to assist the winner in defraying the expense of a tour of ohser- 
\'alion and architectural study in Kuroi)e. The Architectural Cdub makes grateful 
acknowledgment of the interest in the cause of architectural education shown b\' 
its friends who generousK' donated the funds for the maintenance of the Tra\eling 
Sciiolarship in the following \'ears: 

1904 and 1905, Mr. Xictor Falkenau. 

1906, riie Nortlnvcstern Terra C'otta Co. 

1907, 19(),S and 1909, Mr. K. C. Kkock. 
1909 to 1915, inclusive, Mr. C". M. WooUeN'. 
1911, Mr. William K. ("low. 

The award of the ^old medal in the \ear^ 1910 to 1915 inclusi\e was made j)Ossil)le !)>■ the 
lihercditN- of the late Mr. Charles W. Cdndele. 

WIWKRS OF SCHOLARSHIP 

.\. .M.\.\ Dc.wiNc; — " Kesidoice for (Ui Anwriciui Ambassador" — 1901. 

John II. Phii.lu's — "An Automobile Tavern" — 1902. 

Birch Burdktte Long — "A Monumental Crossing for the I. C. R. R." — 190 v 

Tho.m.vs K. T.\llm.a.I)GE — ".1 Creche in a Manufacturing District" — 1904. 

Ch.\rles Hi':rrk:k H.vm.mond — ".1 City Residence" — 1905. 

Hi-;rhI':rt II. C.rkkn — "A Recreation Pier for a Public Park" — 1906. 

Will RiuchI'-.rt — "A Building for a Branch Municipal Court" — 1907. 

(ii':()R(;K AwscMH — ".1 Public Gymnasium and Baths" — 1908. 

lIcciH DcNNiNG — "A}i Athenaeum for Teachers" — 1909. 1 Two siholarships wcif 

Im<.\nk C. W.alkkr — "A Monumental Tireplace" — 1909. / awarded this \ear. 

CL.^RENCt: J. Brown — ".4 Building for Sanitation and Navigation" — 1910. 

John C.\LViN Li^.-well — ".4 Monumental Stainvay" — 1911. Two .scholarships were 

\\'iLLL\M B. BiCTTS — ".4 Monument to a Great American General" — 1911, awarded this year. 

.Xrthcr C. IIanH'IN — ".4 Theatre in a Large City Park" — 1912. 

RiDOLi'H (i. Wolfe — ",1 Municipal Tribune" — 1913. 

W. J. ScH.M'FER — "An Aquarium" — 1914. 

I-'red .M. lIoix.DON — "A Summer and Winter Garden" — 1915. 

WIWKRS OI'' COLD MKDAL 

v.. R. James 1910 

Christl\n r. Ba(,(.|-. 1911 

I-:. Dean I'ar.malee 1912 

W. I. Schaefer 191,^ 

R. v.. 14EER 1914 

RomcRt R. (4cnI':k 1915 

AMP:RI( A\ TRAVELLXC SCHOLARSHH' 

In 1917, an .American 4"ra\elin^r Scdiolarship was awarded. I'rizes aggregalint^ S,>25.00 were 
generously donated !)>• the (diicago T'ace Bri(4v .Association. 

Scbject: — ".1 Library in the Colonial Style." 

FIRST PRIZF Rov Larson 

SKCOND PRIZF Arch. S. Morphett 

THIRD PRIZF Ceo. Lloyd Barnim 

A XXOLX CEMENT 

1 his year the I'Oreign I"ra\eling Scholarship, the fir>t since 1915, will attain be awarded. 4 he 
drawinj^s are due .April 12, 1920. 

.A tn'st i)rize of $1,000 has been generously donated b\' the Northwestern 4"erra Cotta Co., 
the Midland 4T'rra Cotta Co., and the American 4\>rra Cotta and Ceramic Compan\-. 

Schject: — ".4 Hotel Lobby" (I n 4^erra Cotta). 



THE AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME 

101 Park Ave., New York City 
OFFICERS 

1919-1920 

WM. Rl TllKRFORl) MKAI) HRKCK TR()\VI5RI 1)( iK 

President Vice-President 

C. C.RANT LA FARCi- WIl.lJA.M A. HORINC, 

Secretary Tr en surer 

Roscoi: CI l•:R\sl•;^■ 
/:.v('( /(/rt'f Secretary in Xce Yarl.' 

c.oRiiAM 1'. sii:\i:\s 

Pirectar of the . Icadeniv 
(Did Professor in char'^e of tlie Siliool of h'ine Arts 

(',. I.. Ili;\l)RI(KS()\ 

Professor m char'je (f the School of Classical Studies 

11. Hi^AKlSroN WIl.KINS 

h.xecutive Se(r('tar\ in Ro))ie 



1. TnK A.mi-:rica.\ Acadi^.m v i.\ Komi-; is an institution c>t.il)li>lK'(l 1)\- law, 
and incor])oi-aR'(l 1)\- the ( '.ox ernnu'iit of the Inited States. 

2. The seat of the Acadic.mv is at Rome, the art center of the worhh 

3. '1 he academic course is post-i^raduate. 

4. 1 hose who are awarded h\'llowshi|)s are t'xpected to remain at the AcacKMiu' 
tor three \ears. 

.^. I he (h'rect and intimate influences of the world's masterpieces which sur- 
round the student in Rome will proxe of incalcuhihle adx. intake in tin- creation of 
the future art ot Ameri(-a. The far-reachin,u hi'iietPs that \vd\v resulted to I''rance, 
(.erman\-, Sp.iin, and other nations throiii^h the e^tahlishmeiit of Schools of Art 
in Rome justilx- tlu' conxiction that like or i^reater benefits will he secured to the 
\ nited States throuiih the toundation of a ^imihii' national institution. 



oRK.i.x AM) i)i:\ i:i,()i'Mi;.\'i' 

A number ot artists, who had been en,^aKC'd to.uether ui)on the work of the 
World's Kair at_ (diicago, established in 1 S'M "d'he .\nieri(-an School of Arcliite(-- 
ture in Rome." 'Idieir object was to enabU' Ameiican students of architecture 
who had i)assed with honor throui^h leadin,^ techm'cal schools, oi- w jio had been 
e(|iiall\- (|iialilied b\- prix'ate instruction, to deNclo]) their powers more full\-, undt'r 
the most tax'orable conditions of direction and einiromnent. The students of the 
school were selected !)>• competition and the school was wholK' supi)ortt'(l b\- the 
arti-t^ referred to and their personal friend-. 



The rapid lnii)n)vement in the work of the students and their enthusiasm 
eonvinced those who were interested, that the seope of the school should be made 
broader, and should include the allied arts of sculpture and painting. To this 
end representative sculptors, painters, and architects, together with other persons 
interested in the sul^ject, decided in 1897 to found, on the lines of the French 
Academy in Rome, a school which should be open to American students of sculp- 
ture, painting, and architecture. 

In pursuance of this design The American Ac^ademy in Rome was incor- 
jjorated under the laws of the State of New York, in Jime, 1897. A constitution 
was then adopted, and suitable rules made for the government of the institution. 
All these ste|)s were taken imder ad\ice of competent legal counsel. In 1901 Hon. 
lohn Ha\-, the Secretar\- of State of the United States, authorized the Ambassador 
at Rome to accept the position of trustee ex-officio of the Acade.my, and directed 
him to secure h)r it "all the pri\ileges and exemptions that- are accorded b\' the 
Italian goxernment to like institutions ol other coimtries." 

The A(ADi;.MV in 1913 effected a consolidation with the American School 
ot (lassical Studies, and tlie combined institutions, under the title of The A.mi^r- 
icAN A(Ai)i:.MV IN Ro.Mi:, are now housed in new (piarters upon a superb site on 
ihe Janiculum, oxerlooking all ol i-iome. 

This great enlargement ot the scope of the Academy's work is destined to be 
1)1 first adsantage to its F'ellows, through the intimate association of those engaged 
in the stud\' ol the l-'ine .Arts with the students of classical histor\'. 

A l•ell()w^hip in Landscape Architecture was first awarded in 1915. One will 
I)e awarded in 1920 and, it is hoped, aimualK' thereafter. A fund is being raised 
lo endow I'ellow ships in Musical Composition. 

OHJKCTS Ol^' THK ACADhAlV 

To .itlord exceptional adxantages to a lew chosen scholars is not the chiel end 
ot ilu' .\('Ai)i;.\n', hut is rather the means to that end, which is to hel]) to raise the 
-tandard ot cU't education in the I'nited States. In tiie same wa\' that the great 
iKitioiial competition in I'^rance for the Gnnul Prix dc Rome has made the Kcole dcs 
Bcdiix .1 /7,v in Paris the tirst art school ol the world; so, it is beliexed, will the 
national competitions instituted !)>■ the Amickhan Acadi^my increase the efficiencx' 
ol the iiin\-ei>uies and art schools ol .America. 

( )ne ot the great adx.mtages ottered 1)\' the A(Ai)i-;An' in Rome is that, for the 
tirsl time, .\iiierican students in architecture, painting, and scniipture lU'c brought 
together niuliT the same root, in constant intercourse with each other, eniox'ing 
that union and intelligent co-operation ot the arts which in the end ])roduce the 
highest rouits. Mere the\' <ire enabled to work together, surrounded 1)>" monu- 
nieiils ot ,11'chitecture, and sculpture, unri\'aled paintings, and galleries tilled with 
ma>l erpie(H'> ot e\ crx' epoch. \o other rliv in the world presents so wide a held 
ot >lu(l\' or one >o tilled with the best precedent>. 




Entrance Loji^gia 

The Kelly Residence, Lake Forest, III. 

Howard Shaw, Architect 



CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 

')9 East Van Bur en Street 

OFFICERS 

1919-1920 

Archibald S. Mokphett, Presidetit 

Frederick M. Hodgdon, Vice-President 

Si<;rRD A. RocixsTAD, Treasurer PLlmer J. Fox, Secretary 

DIRECTORS 



C. H. SlERKS 
H. E. DOWNTOX 
I'. F. ESSKR 



Fred. O. Rippel 
A. J. Lawrence 

F. S. Nelson 



COMMITTEES 



EXHIBITION 

Frederick M. Modcdon 
A. J. Lawrence 
Hhrhert Anderson 
Robert L. Franklin 
Pierre Bi.ouke 
IClmer J. Fox 



MEMBERSHIP 

Elmer J. Fox 
Sigurd A. Rognstad 
Robert L. Franklin 
C. H. Sierks 
Herbert Anderson 



EDUCATION 

H. E. Downton 
Elmer Behrens 
John C. Leavell 
Frank L. Venning 
(\ H. Mayer 



SCHOLARSHIP AND 
COMPETITION 

C. H. Sierks 
H. H. Bentlev 
Chas. L. Morgan 



ENTERTAINMENT 

F. O. Rippel 
E. Ci. Oldefest 
E. Steinborn 
Ci. L. Barnum 
Pierre Bloike 



HOLSE 

Frederick M. Hodgdon 
Leonard Wamness 
C. W. Lampe 



PCBLICITV 
Pail Esser 



LIBRARIAN 

Herbert Anderson 



CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

1919-1920 



Alschuler, Alfred S., >S E. Jackson Blvd. 
Anderson, luhvin F., UU) Belden Ave. 
Anderson, Herbert F., /',•>'/ Ar^ylc St. 
Andrews, Alfred B., I-'i X. Dearborn S!. 
Archer, Charles S., S-ii, E. il',th Place 
Applehach, Henry, J/. A) Fremont St. 
Bariuim, (".eorge L., ',S'ii') Ilutcliin.so)! St. 
Harry, C.erald, Jr., <.L'(i X. Hamlin Ave. 
Hehrends, Fdvvard, J<)<) Park Ave., Rrver Forest 
Behrens, Elmer, -I'lJ!) N. Frov St. 
Benisch, H. J., ',J()J Dre.xel Blvd. 
Bentley, Harry H., (;ien Ellvn, 111. 
Blouke, Pierre, .'.w; \Vashinj;,ton Blvd. 
Brown, Richard, ',.)',s' /•;. i,.ird St. 
B^iell, Temple H., IJiiihland Fark, III. 
Burdett, Samnel, li'id'i Dorchester Ave. 
Bnrnham, Hubert, JO'.) S. La Salle St. 
Braun, Isadore H., Fill!) Baltimore Ave. 
Carlson, Clifford, .",',.' -V. Laiviidale Ave. 
Carlson, Flmer C, l)S.'7 S. Morgan St. 
Carlson, Richard )., 1011 Belmont Ave. 
Callahan, Carl, .iiHIl Letand Ave. 
Church, M\Ton 11., /.■'.)'.) .Marquette Bldii. 
Christiansen, Ro>- T., ■'> 'i 1 7 A'. Faulina St. 
Coolidt^e, Charles A., 1-1', S. La Salle St. 
Cramer, Ambrose C. 
Dady, W'm. F., ',■''! Belmont Ave. 
Downton, Herbert l".., U',i; .V. Central .[ve. 
l)unninK^ N. Max. -IK) S. Wabash Ave. 
Frickson, Allen !-]., ■!()! 1 pAistwood Ave. 
Fsser, Curt A., IJi',', .\F>ntrose Ave. 
l-:sser, Paul F., l-U)', Hood Ave. 
Fvans, Flo\(l, ■')',IU) Woodlaivn .Ave. 
I'^arrier, C.'W'., .',700 Feoria St. 
Fellows. Wm. K., ',■',.{'.) Lake Fark .\ve. 
Fox, Flmer J., '.)>()'.) Fniversity Ave. 
Franklin, Robert L., ^■ ; /•;. \'an Bureii St. 
Cdiatto, Leonard J., 7.'.' Drake .\ve. 
( "lorgas, Franz, 17011 Melrose St. 
C.raham, Frnest R.. so E. Jaekso)i Blvd. 
C.\lleck, l-:imer A., HH', .V. La Salle St. 
Ilallin, I-:. P.. JO.'.', Corlez St. 
I lanifin, Arthur ( ', 
Henderson. .-\. W., .', jar, F)!ion .\ve. 
ileun, Arthur. '; '/ E. \'an Biiren St. 
Hodgdon. l-'red. M., /',/,V /,;/;;/ .\ve. 
Hoeppner, I^. A., Brownsville. Califoniia 
Hougaard, Perr>- \'., Elmhnrst. LI. 
Jensen, Flmer ('., ■),'/ ,S'. Fa Salle St. 
Karlinsk\-, Irving, -i-lir, S. Ualsted St. 
Knezicek. W'm. K., L',os S. Keeler Ave. 
Pampe, Clarence \\'., ■ISI7 X. Faiviidale .Ivr. 
Pand, H. H., lO-'iI Lir.croice .Ive. 
Parson, Ro\-, -iloj E. S-ird St. 
Pawrence, A. J., LJ-i W . Afadison St. 
Peavell, John ('., ii(r',7 Kimhark .\ve. 
Pehman, P. \\., ■7-107 Lemovne .Ave. 
Pilleskau, lohn, J'F,7 Ballon St. 
Pindbald, Alfred C., J-i^!) S. Clifton Fark .ive. 



Pind(|uist, los. B., -HtJ-l Crand Blvd. 

Plewellyn, Ralph C., ', J 'i Sth Air.. Fa Cranor, ///. 

Pove, Robert J., lloopeston. 111. 

Maher, Harry i^., iW, Minerva Ave. 

Manasse, l)e Witt J., l-i-i', X. .\Fipleivood Ave. 

Markle, Charles 11., l-l'>i') Kosemont .[ve. 

-Mayer, Carl II., 1 ',■'>■', Balmoral .\ve. 

Ma\nard, llem-\ S., Jr., 1 ■',', II'. Kandol/>h St. 

McCarthw C. .V, 'il7'i hidiana .[v. 

.McC.rath', Paul J., ,s",.- Lakeside Flace 

.McC.rew, Kenneth A., -IS ',7 .\ . Fripj) .\ve. 

Milliken, 11. C., -I't E. Elm St. 

.Monberg, 11. Pawrence, J-'>0-'> X. Kedzie .ive. 

.Morden, W. W'., .',7 F! Dre.xel .Ire. 

Morgan, Charles P., I ',01 Hill Si.. W'llmette. Ft. 

Morphett, .Archibald S., (iOLs Harper .Ive. 

.Nelson, 1 )e W'itle, Downers drove. Ft. 

-Nimmons, Ceorge C., 1 JJ .S. Michiiuni .\ve. 

.\itsche, lulward .\., /.:;.■; A', Clark St. 

Oldelest, lulward C.., ', /•:. Ohio St. 

Orth, C.ustax', JSl'.t h]astivood .\ve. 

Pastel, .Alfred R.. Ull-', S. Homau .\ve. 

Pomeroy, James V. 

(Juinn, j. ICdwin, /.■'•/ IP. \Fidison ^7. 

Ra|)p, ('.eorge P., lilt) X. State St. 

Rehder, P C,. 11., -tLF X. Robey St. 

Kippel, I'ted ()., 'Flo Flounioy St. 

Rognslad, Sigurd .A., s'f.'i X. Feclaire .\ve. 

Ruge, P. \\.^ -iU-i'i X. Kostner Ave. 

Sandegren, .Andrew, U'> J', Kidi^e Road, h'.vaiislon 

Sandstrom, R. S., /•.'/.-' Winiienuu .\ve. 

Savage, C. V... J', 11 Didicnu' .\ve. 

Schaefer, P Wellington, Hinsdale. Ft. 

Schierhorn, J., '/'/.::. s' .V. Whipple St. 

Schiewe, lul. .A., liiJ7 Crossniii St. 

Schimck, .\. \'.. 1 ', Jo S. Ashland .\ve. 

Sierks, Charles 11., L')li-'i Xorwood .^'/. 

Silbert, 1. P, •// ', 1 Fe.xinnton St. 

Sillani, .Muzio, J.',L'A., X. Clark St. 

Skinner, ()tis .A., " IP('.s7/)()//r;;c ", Winiielka 

Sommer, .A. P., i'i',.')l Blackslone .\ve. 

Si)encer, C. R., H J-'iH Stony Ishnul .\ve. 

Stanton, V. C. 11., 7i'i W. .\F)nroe St. 

Steinborn, l-'.dward, l!<r', .V. .\Fiple:eood .\ve. 

Sugarman, P. B., so E. .lacksoti Blvd. 

Sucns-on, Walter. tO-l'.i Pakin St. 

\ enning, I'rank P., -'Cos .Stony Island .[ve. 

\'esle\-, Wm. J., J ',o /•-'• Ilitnu'i St. 

Wagner, I''ritz, Jr., ■',i'>l Ha^vthorne Fane. Wiii- 

netka 
Walker, I'rank C., JO IP. .lackson Blvd. 
Wallace, M. R., I J<i'i X. Lincoln St. 
Wamnes>, Peonard, .\'eiv York City 
Wicneke, C>co. V.. J7J1 S. Michnian .\ve. 
Wilkins, S. W., /;/ /■;. Jidh St. 
Woolson, Theron, Hl'i (ireenicood .\ve., Clencoe, 

III. 
Wright, Wm. ('.. 7-',',! Harvard .\ve. 



ALLIED MEMBER 

liraiul, ("iusta\x' A., /'/;?.S' Michi^dii .Ire, 



ASSOC^ I ATE M EM B ERS 

Anderson, Carl A., hll 11'. Wasliiiniloii Si. Marling, Franklin, Jr., .'SCO Broiuhcay. 

Barnes, 11. 11., .),.''^MF. JO/// .S7. Matz, Herman L., -iO', Cluuiiber of Conniienc 

Heil, Carl, I'J E. Pearson Si. ^^^'^A'- 

B(mner, Charles, 1 ->(>:> Chamber of Commerce Bld^. -M^-n<lius, 1 1„ ir,!.; Lumber Exehan<^e Bld^. 

Combs, R()t;er M., ClO-i Chamber of Commerce Monldini^, Thomas, I-l-l IT. Washiuoloii Si. 

fy<l^. .\elson, 1-:. S., j:,t;'t .V. Clark Si. 

Crotoot, Fred, ISO ]]'. ]Va.shiiii;,lo>! Si. Fringle, Win. L., 1101 Peoples Cas Bid". 

( -.a.ue, Thomas C.., /// IF. Monroe Si. Rodalz, faeob, SUS The Rookerx Bid'-. 

C.oetz, Al. 11., .'!■', IF. Raudolhh Si. e i /• i .-- /j/ // r „w 

' Sannders, ( .eorge F., •).;.( PI\»iouth ioiirl. 

llai.^h, .Arthur, 100', Marqiielle Bld^. 

Male, Alfred R., .P, IF. Knizie Si. 

llue\-, William H., SO p. Jackson Blvd. 

Fehm, August, /•/ IF. K,nz,e .Si. Shefheld. A. 11., >Olo Peoples Cos Bid,. 

Kimhell, .\rthur, Lll IF. Washn^ilon Si. Snyder, j. W., IJJ S. Michigan Ave. 

F,in(|ui-^l, Andrew, 1100 .\. Clark Si. X'anDort, C. Hroes. JO IF. Jackson HIvd. 

Fucas, 11. j., .'■').>.', .\. Clybimrne Ave. \ogel, Fouis ('., f, J\. Lake Si. 



Sehmidt, Riehard ()., KiOO S. Jefferson Si. 
Shaw, 1-:. ("., 1 P^O Ji. (I'lth Si. 



.\()\-RESII)E.\ r MEMBERS 

\-.hton, K. J., Sail Lake Cily. Plah. Mork, R., Okmuliiee. Okla. 

Cha>e, \in\)vvi. .lane.sville. Wis. Scduiehardt, William 11., .•'';,s' Knafp) Si.. .\PI- 
l)a\i-^, l-rank F., 1 1 P; Flaliron PId-., AV:.' ]'ork. UHinkee, Wis. 

.V. F. Somlyo, j., Peoria. PI. 

Malthes, Carl I-',., Bilo.yi. Miss. Williams, I'aul ('.ilmore, Careiv Bldt^.. Ciiicln- 

Meadowcroft, Miner T.. I in Washnio!o}i .Ircade. ""/'• '^/""• 

Detroll, Mich. Zimmerm.ui, .\. ('., \'e:e York (Ply. 

.Morin, 11. J,, Pelroil. .]pch. 



1I()\()RAR\' MEMBERS 

Allen, John K., Sal isln, ry Road . Brookhne. .\Ia^s. Fowrie, 1 larr\', Ca.xlon BIdg., Omaha. Xeb. 
P)lake, Theodore F., .'.'■', Pith Ave.. Pew York. .MiFean, Robert C, Weslern Archllccl. Miiinc 



a polls. .\P)ni. 
Mundie. William IF, ■;'.! S. La Salle Si. 
Fond, Irxin" K., 1 lo'.i Sletn7vav Hall. 



X. ]■ 

(d.u-k, Robert, Chica-o. PI. 

Clow, William IF, Harrison P l-'ranklin Sis., 

Chicago. 

Elcock, l-:dward C,, ',.^01; Grand Blvd. Fueke\-, lM-anei> Willard. 1; X. Michigan .Yve 

C.ates, Willi. un D.. .'niis Peoples Cas Bldv,. Sullivan, Fouis 11., LUio A iidilorium Lourr. 

Ga\-, IIem-\- Ford, .\Ic.\eesc Bldg.. San Piego. T'.\h, LovdduPioPi PJIIs Ave. 

Cal. 



MEDAL OF HONOR 

AWARDED BV 

THE ILLINOIS CHAPTER OE THE 
AMERICAN INSTITl TE OE ARCHITECTS 

The Illinois Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has established 
a gold medal of honor for award to designers of buildings represented in the Annual 
Chicago Architectural Exhibition, the conditions accompaining the proposed 
award being as follows: 

That any architectural work in the State of Illinois, if completed within fi\e 
\'ears previous to the date of exhibition, may be offered for consideration. 

That the architect or architects who design the work, in order to be eligible 
to the award, must present for exhibition one or more photographs of the executed 
work, also one or more drawings, including a small scale i)lan, and shall submit 
to the jury such working drawings of the structure as they ma\' desire to examine. 
Any work represented in the exhibit may be eligible for consideration by the jur\-, 
provided that at least a plan, and also a photograph of the executed work, shall be 
brought before the jury on their request. Only architects or firms of architects 
maintaining ofifices in the State of Illinois will be eligible to the award. 

That an architect or firm of architects to whom this medal may be awarded 
once shall be ineligible for a future award. 

That the medal shall be accompanied b\- a certificate setting forth the name 
of the completed structure which formed the basis of the award together with 
the considerations which in the opinion of the jur\- characterized the structure as 
worthy of the award. 

That the jury shall consist of seven architects, one the President of the Chicago 
Architectural Club, one the President of the Illinois Chapter, one the President 
of the Illinois Society of Architects, and four architects appointed 1)\- the Illinoi> 
Chapter. 

That one medal onK- shall be awarded each \ear; and foiu" members of the 
jur\' voting for the author or authors of the same work shall be necessar\' to an 
award; and that no award shall be made if in the opinion of the jur\' no work pre- 
sented is sufticientK' meritorious. 

W'lWERS OF THE MEDAL 

POND & I'OXD — 1909 
Buildinti —Women's Baj^jtist Missionary Home Training School, Chicat^o 

MARSHALL c^ FOX— 1910 
I-Juilding — The Blackstone Hotel, Chicago 

I'KRKLXS, FLLLOWS .^' HA^^LTOX— 19i;> 
Building — Lion House, Lincoln Park, Chicago 

Rl( HARD K. SCHMIDT, CARDLX & .MARTIX — 1915 

Building — Lochhy Court .Apartments, Chicago 



ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 



OFFICERS 

1919-1920 

Hknrv K. Holsmax, President 

^HOMAs \i. Tallmadck, First Vice-President 

Francis W. Pickkv, Second \' ice-President 

Richard \\. Schmidt, Treasurer 

Albert Moori-; Saxi-:, Secretary 



EXEC r TI VF COM M Fl TEE 

1919-1920 

l.AWRKxcK (',. Hallhi:r(, ("hakles H. Hammond 

C.EORi.i-: W. Mahkr William J. Smith 



COMAUTTEES 

1919-1920 

MEMBKRSllII' AM) MATKRIAI.S AM) PRCKiRAM 

AFFILIATK MKlllODS 



W. I. Smith, Chairman 
('has. 11. 1'rixi)i;\ ii.i.i:, K. S. Hall, Chair)na)i (- j^ I'kixdevii i f 

I. C. lioLLENHACHER (^, (■_ HOSMEK 



Cliainnan 



IvAR \ikhe-Xaks> II ^ Powers 

F. W. Perkins ,5 y Wixslow 

1). H. I'ERKINS 1^ (• H|..,„,^. 

"• ^'- '""■^\\' 11. W. TOMLINSOX 



.^F■\^KICE (".. HOLMICS 

FXHIBITION AND ART 
I-:XTF.\SI()X 



j. R. 1M(iAR!) 

11. P. Pi;i-;rs I^DrCATlOX AL AM) ^"- * '• Halluerc., Cliaimian 

HISTORICAF 



AL (\ C'hatten 



AHNKTPAL ART AM) -j- ^ Tallma.h.e, Cluumuu, 'V "^^ ^""^^^ 

TOWN PLAXM.W. , -,, ^._ _^,^,^,„^.^ (• C. Hosmek 



C. W. Maher, C7,.n>;.-.';; ] K Pond " Martix Roche 

I--. W. PrcKEV i:. 11. R,.:,.:,, ^^- '^- Jacksox 

t- I.- Tmtv.^twi- t m w I) ■• (.1:0. \\ . Mahicr 

1. 1-,. 1 ALLNL\I)(.I-. J. M, \\ HITI-: (PrcjI.) 

A. B. I'oNi) 1:. H. Iackson 

H. V. Shaw ■ Li:( ;isl,ATI\ F 

.Martin Roche PORTR.MT I', i:. Davidson, Chairman 

1:. C. Jensen Arthur V . Woli ersoore, I^- H. Burnham 

R. !•'. Schmidt Chairman F. A. ("arpextek 

I). 11. Pjcrnham p. J. Wi-iJER J. C. Llewellyn 



ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS 



l<)l() ig2() 



FELLOWS 



Austin, Knnis R., 7-)l J. M. .V. Bldi^., South Bend, 

Ind. 
rJeauinoiit, deort^e, 2'> North PearhorH St. 
F^erlin, Rol)ert C, I'J South La Salle St. 
Bohlen, Oscar D., Majestic Bldi^.. I ndimiapolis, 

Ind. 
(■|a>-, W. W'., -ICii S. La Salle St. 
("oii\va\', Will. 11., lit't A". Side Square, Sfyrin^- 

Ju'ld,'lll. 
Dunning, X. Ma.x, -HO S. Wabash Ave. 
Fellows, \\ m. K., S I 'i Tower Court. 
Foltz, Herbert \\., Lemeke Bldg., I udiaiiap'olis. 

Ind. 
Frost, ("has. S., 1().'> S. La Salle St. 
Helmle, (U'orge 11., Ferguson Bldi^., Sprimitield. 

III. 
Molabird, William, U)', S. Michigan Ave. 
Jensen, Fliner C, l',(il .\e7c York Life Bld^. 
I.k'welKii, [ost'ph ('., l-'il>> First Xatiomil Bank 

Bldii.' 



Mailer, Ceorge W., .'or, S. La Salic St. 
Mundie, W. 1^, >'.'/ .V. La Salle St. 
.\ininions, (ieorge ('., Peoples Cas Bldt^. 
Otis, William .A., li Xorth Michigan Ave. 
I'ashle\-, A. V., 'fU S. Dearborn St. 
Perkins, Dwiglit II., SI', 'Louer Court. 
Perkins, I-Vederick W., Li ^ S. AL'chii^an Ave. 
Fond, Allen B., (i ', L. \'an Buren St. 
Fond, Irxing K., 6''/ !■]. \'an Buren St. 
Frindeville, ("has. IF, 11 'i I-]. Win Buren St. 
(Juackenhoss, F. ('.., •).■; X. Dearborn St. 
Roche, Martin, Id', S. Michigan Ave. 
Schmidt, Richard I-'.., 10', S. Michii^an Ave. 
Shaw, Howard \'anl )()reii, •)'.</ .V. State St. 
Spencer, Robert C, jr.. ■'> X. La Salle St. 
Wheelock, llarr\- IF, I ins Schiller Bld^. 
Woltersdorf, .Arthur \].. LIS X. La Salle St. 
/immerinan, W. ( 'arl)\>. li', /•;. Vim Buren St. 



LxsrrrrrK mkmbkrs 



.ArmstroniLi, John .\., // .V. /.(/ Salle .V. 

Bass, Herbert 1.., /funic .Mansure Bld^.. Lnlnni 

a polls. Ind. 
Beers, Herbert F., -is S. Dearborn St. 
Beman, S. S., -IL' .S'. Michigan Ave. 
Bennett, 1-^dward IF, isod Railway L.\clian<ic. 
BoUenbacher, J. ('.. los S. La Salle St. 
Brown, Arthur ('.., KH) .\. Dearborn St. 
Bucket t, A. C. 

Burnham, I). M., jr., .'ii'.i S. La Salic St. 
Burnham, Hubert j., JiHi .V. A,/ .Salle St. 
Blake, Fd.i^ar ()\ct, ',('■; Century Bld'^.. Lviuislo)i. 

III. 
Carpenter, P'rank .\., Rockford, LI. 
Chattel!, Mekille ('.. '; '/ L. I'an Buren St. 
Clark, Ivlwin 11., '; A'. Michii^an .Ivc. 
Crowen, Samuel .\., Stock I'..\chaniJ_e Bldi^. 
Curtis, .\. C., I'nivcrsity of Illinois. Lrlxnni. LI. 
( <irr, ( leort^e W., Peoples Gas Bld^. 
l)a\-idson, 1'". I-]., I ', ',s Monadnock Bloik. 
DeC.oKer, Robert S., Port Dearborn Bank Ltd'^. 
1 )iukell)erg. V . F., ?.W Railway P.xchaniie Bldi^. 
Dippold. .Xlbert F.. ;;'/? Cotlat^e Grove Ave. 
l-'lctcher, Robert ('., /;.'/ P. Washinnton St. 
Vox. (has. V.., 7il X. .\fichiiian .Ivc. 
l-'ug<ird, John Reed, li', P. I'an Buren St. 
(.illette, l^dwin 1'., .S' ,V. Dearborn St. 
(.ranger, .Alfred IF. : ! IF. Adams St. 
C.ritfin, Walter B., /;.:; IF. Jackson Blvd. 
( .uenzel, Fouis, 111 IF. Washington St. 
Hall, Kmer\- ^Stanford, I'l', I'.. \'an Buren St. 
Hallberg, Fawrence ('.., //'* .V. Michii^aji Ave. 
Hamilton, jonn F., si', Tower Court. 
Hammond, ("has. Hcrrick. iP, P. ]'an Burc)i .Sf , 
Heun, .\rthur, SKi-C,', p. Wm Buren St. 



llolden, BiTij. i:., .',i; IF. ',.'>th St.. .\ew ]'(o-k havc 

of I-:. .\. llolden) 
Holmes, Morris ( ... X .S'. Dearborn St. 
Ilolsman, Henry K., I.'P,', !■]. .'ilth St. 
llooxer, Ira W., Ill.'> S. La Salic St. 
Iloskins, John .M., -.'S.i7 IF. Madison St. 
llosmer, (dare C., -■;■) IF. Jackson Blvd. 
llussander, .Arthur V.. 7-l() 'Tribune Bld^i^. 
johnck, iM-ederick, p)', S. Michit^an Ave. 
Fanguille, Foui> I-:., /.■'.;/ I'nity Hldii^. 
Fowe, hdiiio C,, I', /•:. Jackson' Blvd. 

( ins S. La Salle St.) 
Foxell, Si<lne\-. -in X. .Michii^an Ave. 
.Marsh. ill, Benj. IF, '.r;', Lirst Xational Bank Bid-. 
Marx, Sam .\., /;.■; IF. Jackson Blvd. 
Matteson, X'ictor .\.. La Salle. III. 
McCartlu, Joseph W., /.;.'* A'. Clark Si. 
Morehouse, .M . j., .' 1 1 .', Li.shcr Bldii. 
.\\(len, John A., U !S State & Lake' Bld'^. 
Ostergren. R. C, !■',.'> .V. Clark St. 
Farsons, Wm. 1-;., isnn RaiLvav Pxchaniic Bld'^. 
Fingre\-, Ro\- ('., jnn S. La Sa'llc St. 
Powers, Iloraci' S., ■': .\'. La .Salle St. 
Pridmore, John I-;. ()., i:ni First Xational Bank 

Bld^. 



Pillsbur\-, .Arthur 



m Peoples Hank BId'j,. 



Blooniin^ton. III. 
Pucke\-, I'Vaiicis W., C X. .\[ichii^an .Ire. 
Renwick, Ivlw. .A., in', S. Michigan Ave. 
Robinson, .Arg\le I-",., -PPL Harper Ave. 
Saxe. .Albert \\.. IP, F'.. \'an Buren St. 
Schlacks, II. j., I .' I X. Michigan Ave. 
Schmidt, Richard (.., -'lU Metropolitan Bld-^. 
Sh.attuck, Walter I-'., /,'/ .V. /,a Salic St. 
Smith, Wm. [.. '' i /■.. I'an Buren St. 



Stanh()i)c, l.i'on E., ■',<> /<;. Madison St. Waternuinii, II. II., 10 S. La Salle St. 

Sturm, Ale>er j., I U) S. Michigan Ave. Weber, \\ J., Fisher Bld^. 

'r)i(iven^, \\"i\\ :\., JJ,17 Railway I'lxchan^e Mld^. White, Prof. James M., L'niversitv of Jllinois, 

Swern, l'err\' W., HI S. La Salle St. Urbana, 111. 

TallmadKe, Thos. E., 1S'.> W. Madison St. Winslow, Benj. I-:., 2V)17 N. Richmovd St. 

'romliiisoii, II. Webster, Hid N. Nicholson St., Woodvatt, Krnest, ^^^0 S. Michigan Ave. 

Joliet, 111. Weiss,' lohn W., r,.3 W. Jackson Blvd. 

Turnock, i:. Hill, Elkhart, hid. Wright, Clark C\, li^ii S. Michigan Ave. 

Vail, Morrison H., Dixon, III. Wuehrmann, Wm. (">., 6','M'/ Yale Ave. 

Vanlk-rgen, John S., Oak Park, 111. ^'oLlIlJ)berg, John K., -U) N. Dearborn St. 

\'iehe-Naess, har, (>!, E. Van Buren St. Zimmerman, Ralph W., V)', E. \'an Bitren St. 
Xonholst, Herman \'., 7.^ H'. Adams St. 

c haptp:r mkmbp:rs 

Brabant, Ciftord, .'717 N. Kedzie Ave. llolabir*], John A., U)', S. Michigan Ave. 

C'a(i>-, J. K., /?.'/ W. Washington St. McLaren, R. [ames, KHH) Old Colony Bldg. 

('hene\-, Howard L., ..^OS S. La Salle St. Rogers, John A., .l:J()() Madison St. 

Childs, i-~rank A., H', /t. Win Buren St. RameN', (ieorge I^^., Robeson Bldg.. Champaign, 

Colcord, Albert E., li 1 ',.1 St. Laivrence Ave. III.' 

DeArment, F. II., -117 Everett Bldg., Akron, O. Root, John W., U)', S. Michigan Ave. 

('.rahani, l^rnest R., Railway L'.xchcnige Bldg. 

CHAPTKR ASSOCIATES 

Cook, .Norman W., •l^'.;;.') y^/V/^'c .Ijr. LlewelKii, Ralj)!! ("., l.'}!ii First Xational Bank 

Corse, Redmond I'., ■'>! ^-i .Sheridan Road. /^W^- 

[aekson, l-"mer\ B., U'>l'i Cor>i f'lxcham^e Ba>ik MarBride, K. K., I'l'i E. ]'an Buren .St. 

Bldg. ' Martin, l-:d\vin 1)., .1 A'. La .S'u//c .S7. 

Kohfeldi, Waller (',., ^■ '; /•;. \'an Buren St. Reed, l-:arl II., /CAS' A'. Dearborn St. 

Work, Robert C.., -^K) S. Michigan Ave. 

HONORARY MKMBKRS 

B.nMn.iiiii. I'l-ederick (I'"ello\\i, >:'i't Pine drove W'Avkvr, Chiis. \{., l-i ', S. La Salle St. 

-hv. WhitehoLise, I''. M., Minichester, Mass. 

Hill, liein-\ W. (b'ellow), /.W .V. Aa .S'(;//(' .S7. Wight, Peter B., r,77 Summit .\vr., Pasadofit, 
Hutchinson, (has. I,., 1 -i ', S. La Salle St. Calif. 

Tafi, l.or.ido, r,(ii<; Ellis Ave. 

AFKILIATKI) SOOIKIIKS 

Chicago .\rchitect ur.d (lub, -I.'' l\. \'(Ui Buren .\rl Institute of Chicago tS: i-'erguson I'und 

St. "Trustees." 

illinoi^ Societ\' ot .\rchitects, I'.i S. La .Salle Si. Western Societ\' of ICngineers, 17-l.'i Monad)iock 
Western Societ\- of Sculj^tors, HOIH l-JUs Ave. Blk. 

.Art ('rafters, L^.l LI. Carjield Blvd. Chicago Society- of Artists, .Irt Institute, Chicago. 

(hic.igo Cha|)ter, American Ceraniic Society, .\li)ha Rho Chi, University of Illinois, L'rbana,Ill. 

.'■'ij-') Clybourn .Ive. Renaissance Society of rni\ersit\' of Chicago, 
( hicago .\s>oc. ol ( Onimerce, .Architect ural l)l\., Chiam^o i'n iversitv. 

K. C. jcu-vn. 111 S. La Salic Si. 

Al-Kl[.IAri:i) jOl RXALS 

.Xichitect iir.d Record, 'i-l W. Jackson Blvd. Journal of the .American ln>titute of .Architects, 

.\merican .\rchitect, JKl-'i .Mailers Bldg. Washington, D. C. 

Buildings >.V Al.magement , City Hall .Square Brick and Cla\' Record, lilO Federal .St. 

Bldg. Concrete, Cement .Age Pub. Co., Xcw I'd. 
National Builder, .■;.)7 .V. Pcarhorn St. Bldg., Detroit. Mich. 

Western .\rchitect , .'l-'iS. Market St. Decorating and Painting Contractor, /// .V. 
.Xmeric.iii ('ontractor, '; .V. Michigan .Ive. Clark .St. 

Building .Age, Disunnice Fxchange Bldg. The .Architectural Forum, S.'j Water .St.. Boston. 
The New Countr\- Life, Garden City, X. 1 . Mass. 

.American S(diool Board Journal, M ilwaukec. Wis. .\merican h'ederation of .Arts, /?'// .\'. ]'. Ave. 
( "lood I'urniture Alagazine, Craiid Rapids. .Mich. Washi)igto)i . P. C. 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 



OFFICERS 

1919-1920 

C'haklhs Hekrick Hammond, FrcsidciU 

Robert C. Berlin, 1st Vice-Prcsidcit 

\. Max DuNNiNc;, 2nd Vice-President 

John A. Armstronc;, Treasurer 

Ralph C. Harris, Secretary 

\\. I.. Palmer, Financial Secretarx 



DIRPXTORS 

George Beaumont Arthir F. Hussandek 

Frank F. Davidson Howard Putnam Stiroks 

John Reed Ficard Hakrv H. \Vheel(kk 



BOARD OF ARBITRATION 

Alfred S. Alschller (;e(;r(.e C. .\immo\s 

Elmer C. Jensen Dwk.mt II. I'erkins 

Joseph C. Llewellyn Ik\tn(. K. I'oxd 

i^KHAkl) I-;. S(ll\lll)l 



EDITOR AIOXTHEV BllJJ-yilX 

I". I-^ I)a\iu^()N 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 



( ()mmittep:s 

1919-1920 



W'altkk \V. Ahi.schi.A(;i-;k 
Frank ("aki'i:mi-:k 
Ralph (". Harris 



IM'BLIC' AC"ri()X 

Frank F. Davidson, Chainiian 

Henry R. Hklmi.e 
Herbert Hewitt 

(".EOR(iE (\ NlMMONS 

James M. White 



John A. Nvden 
Charles H. J^rindeville 
(".EORGE L. Rapp 



J. r. Llkwkllw 



LFC.ISLATIVF 

Harry J^. Wheelock, CliainiKui 
Richard K. Schmidt 



1'eter J. Weber 



ji)--i;i'ii ']'. For I IN 



^^^.MBFRSHH> 
Howard P. Stircies, Chairmau 

l^YRON H. JILLSON 

II. L. Palmer, SecrelaiA- 



William Rohm 



AlBIvRI !'. DlI'l'OLD 



i:.\ii':RrAF\MF.\'r 

John RicED Flc.ard, Chairnuin 

(Charles L. Moroan 
H. L. 1'al.mi-;r, Secretary 



Robert C. Ostergren 



). II. IUknham 



I'l Hijci I ■^• 



H. II. IlLL^ON, Ch 



(iiniKii! 



\'. l-~. Danidson 

\ K'loR A. Mattesox 



( '.i:iiK(,i-: W'. Maher 



PACFA.Xrs A.Nl) .\R(ill TFCTrRAF l-Xlllliirs 



S. S. Bi.-,MAN 

Ika W. H(ii)\i-,r 



rUl-.Rl' l)LKN[L\\I 



II. II. ('-kki;n 
Walilk }•". Silattlck 



( .i;( )k(.i-; A. Knapp 



-MATIiRlAFS A.\l) SPi:( IFICATIO.XS 

I^Mi-'.m- Stankokd Hall, Cluunium 
l-j)\\ \Ki) II. Pkobm 



Ll-.W 1^ W . RliDDLH 



CHak'li 



l-nx 



jiRisDK ri().\.\F Dispi ri-:s 

(".i'OK(,i-; Hi'.ArMoxT, Chairnuni 
Irvin(; K. Pond 



Mi-.FxKLi J. .Morehouse 



ILLINOIS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS 



l<)l<)-]<)2() 



MEMBERS 



.\l)ell, Ralph E., Iloiue Bank Bldg., FJ^iu, 111. 
Ahlschlager, Walter VV., /// W. Washington St. 
Aldrich, Harry ('.., Mail Bid?,., Galesburg] III. 
Allison, L\inan J., //•> .S'. Dearborn St. 
Alm(iiiist,'("arl M., ',7\i() N. St. Louis Ave. 
Alscluiler, Alfred S., .--.S' E. Jackson Blvd. 
Armstrong, John A., // .V. La Salle St. 
Aroner, J. S., J.'/.y 5. Dearborn St. 
Aschauer, C. J., Citizens Bank Bid?., Decatur. III. 
Ashhv, C. \\'., ns W. Jackson Blvd. 
Ashl)\-, Wilbert B., /7.S' IT. Jackson Blvd. 

Bannister, (".eo. S., //-■; .V. Dearborn St. 
Barrett, Frederick L., 7()(>-'.l()0 S. Michigan Ave. 
Barton, Francis M., -HO S. Wabash Ave. 
Beaudr\', Ralph L., 70 'i7 Princeton Ave. 
Beaumont, (ieorge, J-'> X. Dearborn St. 



Behel, \ ernon W 



K. Jackson Blvd. 



Beman, S. S., -iJJ S. Michigan Ave. 
Bennett, W'm. Arthur, Berwyni, III. 
Ben'^on, Fdward, ')i>7() Rid?e Ave. 
Berlin, R. ('., I'.t S. La Salle St. 
Bernhard, Wilhelm, 1-lS N. La Salle St. 
Bisho[i, Thomas R., ■!■'> S. Dearborn St. 
Bjork, David T., r,.",() X. Saivyer Ave. 
Blondin, ICdw. A., H W. Cartie'ld Blvd. 
Bouchard, Louis ('., r,\ W. Randolph St. 
Brahand, F. [. F., UOl Wri^htwood Ave. 
Bradle\-, ("ha"s. W., Brown Bid?., Rockford, III. 
Branitzk\-, W'm. Thomas, H', W. Randolph St. 
Bristle, josei)h IF, -'irttUt Rid?e Ave. 
Brockmexer, lulwin ('., Arcade Bldi^., I'.ast St. 

Louis, 'III. 
Bucket!, Arthur ('., //.)'.; Lake St.. Wilmette. III. 
Buckingham, ("hireuce W'., Morrison Bid?.. Jack- 

so)iville. III. 
Buerger, Albert {., |r., ',SIU (iladvs Ave. 
Burnham, 1). 11.', jr., .'()<) S. La .Salle Si. 
Burnham. Hubert", .'(>'.) S. La Salle St. 
Biiser, .\ath<uiiel F., .Mount Morris. III. 
ByerK-, 1-". .\., ///;/ .V. Irvni? Ave. 

Cady, J. K., 17'.) W. Washin?ton St. 
("apraro, Alexander \'., lO-'i S. Clark St. 
Carnegie, Wm. ('.., ISU IF. Madison St. 
("arpentcr, Frank A., Broken Bid?.. Rockford. III. 
Carr, ('has. .Alban, Lil)-', S. JSIh St., Omaha. Xebr. 
C'arr, C.co. Wallace, /-■'.' -V. Michi?an Ave. 
("ern\-, Ierr\- J., 1 ',-')S S. Hardin? Ave. 
('er\in,"()lat' Z., .Safety Bid?., Rock Lsland. III. 
ChatTee, Dudlev ('., id', S. CUnnvood Ave.. I'eonn. 

III. 
Char\at, .Antcju, -■'';.-'/ Millard Ave. 
Chatten, Melville ('., f,', E. ]'an Buren St. 
("hristensen, ("has. \\'., >()lt() Birclnvood Ave. 



(hristenseii, John ('., -iJ')') Evergree)! Ave. 

Chubb, John'l).," U)<) X. Dearborn St. 

Clark, C. R., U).', Chalmers St., Champaign, III. 

Clark, iMlwin, /; .V. Michi?an Ave. 

Clark, Robert ("., 7 2 Ui Harvard Ave. 

Cloxes, Frederick ()., i,()I, Kimball Bid?. 

Cobb, W'm. IF, >l'>i) Sunnyside Ave. 

Coffin, A. S., .it) IF. Adams' St. 

Colcord, Albert F., Iil',-i St. Lawrence Air. 

Cole, Arthur W'., I-',.! X. Clark St. 

Cook, Norman W'., ■')!;.');') Ridge Ave. 

Conwaw W'm. 11., Id', East Side Square. Sprim^- 

Jield, III. 
Crosl)\-, W'm. S|)enci'r. 17'.) IF. Washi)i?tou St. 
CrowcMi, S. \., -id X. La Salle St. 

l)alse\, llarrx- F, .'.)'.•'/ II'. Xorth Ave. 

l)a\idson, 1''. 1^., .'i-l IF. Jackson Blvd. 

l)a\is, ( ieorge IF, ', / / Perry Ave., Peoria. III. 

I)a\i>, /. T., i;', E. Van Buren St. 

l)a\-, Warren W., :>-L7 Main St., Beona. III. 

De Arment, I-'rank 11., •//: Everett Bid?., .\kroii. 

Ohio. 
De Monew iM-ank ()., ■'> X. La Salle St. 
De ('.oKer, Robert S., 7t) IF. Monroe St. 
Denm's, ('has. A., ',d.ll Patterson Ave. 
Dibelka, James B., ..^7 '/•>' W. ..'.^nd St. 
l)ipi)old, .Albert 1'., ',7 ',7 Cottage drove Ave. 
Doerr, W'm. I'., l-iso Hyde Park Blvd. 
l)oiighert\-, l''lo\(l \\., ■',.'> X. Dearl)orn St. 
Dowling, I{. I'"., li X. Michigan A've. 
l)re>er, Detlef j., Kenilworth, Billniore, X. C. 
Drummond, W'm., River Forest. III. 
Dubin, ( .eo. IF. 7 r, II'. L'th St. 
Duesing, Theodore, -IH (iarjield Ave. 
Dunlord, Samuel IF, -is S. I)earl)oni St. 
Dunning, .\. M.ix, -lid S. Wabash .Ire. 
Dwen. RobiM't ('.., ■i71ll Ellis Ave. 

Fckland, I Icutn , .\!cKi)niie Bid?.. Moline. III. 
lukstrom, ( hri>llan .A., .'i X. La .Salle St. 
I-jchberg. S. M., C', IF. Randolph St. 
l^merson, h'rank .\.. lH Main St.. Peoria. III. 
l-'.rmeling, Ralph W., !■'>■'> X. Clark Si. 

I'.iuclouuh. Sl,iiile\- D., S>li Forest .Ire, I\va)isto)i , 

III. 
I'erreiiz. Tiirell [., ',1 ',7 Koi'ivood Ave. 
l-'iddelke. 11. C,.', Farkside Bid? , Oak Park. III. 
l-'i^cher, 1-". W., '.)!.",) Coniniercial Ave. 
ImscIkt, John B., 1 ',d S. Pearbor)i St. 
l''ishman, M . Maurice, lis X. La Salle St. 
l-'laks, Francis A., .'7 ',■! W. J.'nd St. 
l-'letcher, Robert C., ]7i) IF. Washi)i?to>i St. 
I'dinn, Ra\mond W'., s .S. Dearborn St. 



"oltz, I-'redt'i-ick ('., /// IT. Waslnii^loii St. 
'orlin, Joseph 'l\, lUlO Blue Island Ave. 
'ostrr, Arthur, /-■:;.•■; ^V. Clark St. 
"oslt'r, Win. Ci., Opera House Bldg., Streator, III. 
M).\, ("has. E., l-il N. Michigan Ave. 
'Vance, Rov F., !'>■') N. Clark St. 
•"riechnan, Raphael N., 'i-^ E. imtk St. 
''rommann, Kinil i!., ()h W. Randolph St. 
M-()st, Charles S., U).', S. La Salle St. 
■\-\, Frank L., I ',0 S. Dearborn St. 
'us^^ard, John Reed, <>'i li. Van Buren St. 
MM-st, \Vni. II., l',(t S. Dearborn St. 

■ addis, John W ., I'iarennes. hid. 
'.atterdani, !'". K., lo', W. Randolph St. 

■ aul, Herman j., /// IF. W'ashhiiiton St. 
terher, .Arthur, 7.-' IF. .idains Si. 
".erhardl, i'aul, r,'. If. Randolph St. 
".ii)l). Win. R., mo IF. Jackson Blvd. 
■.ilheri, C.vo. IF, '/.'/,';; Lake Park Ave. 
'ill, Rudoli)h /., M urphyshoro. III. 
'.ilU'tie, IVlvvin I""., S S. Dearborn St. 
'.ranker. .Alfred II., 7 ! W. Adams St. 
'.reen, IF H., .Ul N. Afiehii^an Ave. 
"ireen^ard, Bernard ("., l7-'t IF. Jackson Blvd. 
'.uhlnns, W'ni. F., I.',.l A'. Clark St. 
'.uenzel. Foiiis, /// IF. Wash i)if^toii St. 

la.e^en. I'aul T., I.'>.'> X. Clark St. 

lall, I-:. Stanford, i; ', /•'.. Wni Buroi St. 

laniilton, j. F., .S7 '/ Tower Court. 

laniniond, (lias. H., H'l L. \'an Buren .V/. 

I.inifen, John, Nertnev Bldi^.. Ottawa, III. 

laii-^en. I'larald M., / / .-' N. La Salle St. 

l.msen, I'aul, S.U) Lawrence .liv. 

l,irri>, Ralph ("., l'.l> A'. Stale St. 

lat/.leld, (lari-nce, 7 .V. Dearborti St. 

lecht, .\ll)ert S., VC, IF. Randolph St. 

leinilx'ck. Walter ('., ITJii IF. U)>d Si. 

leinz, F. II., I .^S A'. La Salle St. 

lelleiislellei', I'.rnesI , Chemical Bldi^.. .^t. Louis, 

Mo. 
lelinie, ( leori^e IF, /''eniuson Bld'j^., S priiiii field . 

III. 
lelinle, 1 kMH-\ K., !-'en^usoii Bldi^., .Spriuiilield . 

III. 
lcnr\-. Ch.is. 1)., .Ircade HhU-., Kankakee. III. 
len^chien, II. Feter, •)'? IF. ]'an Buren St. 
lerciiles, ]. \\ ., .iilS IF. Sherman Ave.. Peoria. III. 
lerliii, ( leori^e W., Marshidltown . Iowa. 
letlierinulon, j. T., U'-Ul S. Winchester .Ive. 
h'ttiniier. John 1'., ',7()S Dover St. 
Icwitt, llerhert, -CI Main St.. i^eoria. III. 
liinell.l.ui, .\. F., 17U IF. Washniiilon St. 
line, (icero, .)'.■'.■'/ Broadivav. 
lodi^don, Ch, tries, /./'/ .V. Im Salle St. 
lodj^kins, 11. C, SI J Alice)! .\ve., Pittshuroh. Pa. 
loiiiier, Fl., I'ierrc R. F., c o Rock Island 

. 1 rsenal . 
lolsinan, llein-\ K., lo', J /•:. .',7th St. 
loo])er, William V.. .'7 .' I S. Michii^aii .\ve. 
I()o\er, Ira W.. Ui-'i S. La Sidle St. 
lo--mer, (hire ('., -'i-l IF. Jackson Blvd. 
ioichki^s, Roliert |.. -■'■> •'^- Je[J'ersoii .\vc.. 

Pcio-ia, III. 
inhliard, .Archie 11., llUS^.ls S. Dearborn Si. 
riililiard, Hert ('., 7^^'; PuUnuni Bld^. 



Iluher, Julius II., (1712 N. Clark St. 

Hiilselnis, Bernard F., UHlt Jefferson Bldg., 

Peoria, III. 
Hunt, Jar\is, JO N. Michigan Ave. 
Huston, Sanford K., Jr., .>'/6',S' Woodlawn Ave. 
Ilussander, A. T., c o Board of Education, 7 S. 

Dearborn .St. 
Husse\', Harry H., ■'> San I'ias IIutin<^ BmsI. 

Pekin, China. 
H\(le, Robert M., Berwvn, III. 
H\land, Raul \'., J!l S. La Salle St. 

lensen, Klmer C, J!) S. La Salle St. 

Jillson, IF IF, mil S. Robey .St. 

Johson, (". F., 7'.) E. Adams .St. 

[ohnson, ("lilhert .A., Sivedish Am. Nat. Bank 

Bldg.. Rockford, III. 
Johnston, W. K., tiSOo Yale Ave. 
(ohnstone, Ferc\' V., 1 3 off Pratt Ave. 
"Jones, Wm. C, JO N. La Salle St. 
i()\-, Samuel Scott, JOOl W. J'.>th St. 
jyrch, Karl F., Petite Park, Antioch, 111. 

Kallal, ("has. W., (7/v Hall. 

Kane, .Michael IF, Bohm Bldg.. Edwardsville, III. 

Kane, Robert F., lU'i'iJ Stewart Ave. 

Kattelle, Walter R., Riverside, III. 

Kiefer, .Albert, !>()■'> Jefferson Bldg., Peoria, III. 

King, |ohn I'., Central Xat. Bank Bldt^., Peoria, 

III. ' 
Kingsle\-, deo. S., 10!) X. Dearborn .St. 
Knap|), ( leorge .Arnold, 6'// E. Win Buren .St. 
Kocher, Jacciues J., SOi; W. 7!llh St. 
Kohledt," Walter (F, f,', E. \'an Buren St. 
Koster, John F., ';,-"/•>' Ingleside Ave. 
Kujifer, Otto .A., ISC,.') Millard Ave. 

Fai^ergren, ("iusta\- P., c o Morga)i Park Co., 

Duluth, Minn. 
Fa\er, Robert IF, I!) S. La Salle St. 
Felile, Fouis, JSIO Broadivay. 
Fe\iton, Morton, -F) IF'. Jackso)i Blvd. 
Fe\\-, Alex. F., ..'S N. Clark St. 
Fewis, Fe Ro\-, Ir., P)', S. Michigan .Ive. 
Fiedbei-.u. Huk<)"I., lo'i W. Randolph St. 
Findero'th, S. F.,' ].',JJ W. Marquette Rd. 
Findcpiist, V., 17'.) \i\ Washington St. 
l.indstrom, Robert S., 17'> IF. Jackso)i Blvd. 
Fiska, l-:mil, '.h;oi Prospect Ave. 
Fl(>\\ell\n, j. ('., JS S. Dearborn .St. 
FowenlKM-g," Israel S., .^!l S. La Salle St. 
Fonek, .Adolph, LSI',.', .S. Avers Ave. 
F()\(lall, ( ".eorge V., 7 ', ' h N. Pauli)ia St. 
Fo\ell, Si(lne\-, -Ui X. Michigan Ave. 
Fudiuiin, Joseph II., oJ IF. Jackson Blvd. 
Fund, .\; (.., ',.-.; IF. ilJrd St. 

M.ihaffcN, 1)., IIS X. La .Salle St. 
M.dier, ('.eo, W., .'or, S. La Salle St. 
Mahler, I larr\- II., 1000 IF. Madison St. 
Mallini;er, John, -It',..'!', X. Racine Ave. 
M,dmer, luiJLicne, H7 IF. Park .St., Aurora, III. 
Marienthal, Oscar IF, ■', 1 .J'l Pniversity Ave. 
Martin, luli^ar J )., lo', S. Michigan Ave. 
Martini, I^l'isabeth A., !■',.', X. Clark Si. 
Matteson, A'ictor .Andre. P'lO ! L St.. N. IF., 
Waslii)iglon. D. C. 



Mail pin, James M., Commercial Bldg., Alto?!, 111. 
Maiiran, John Lawrence, Chemical Bld^., St. 

Louis, Mo. 
McArthiir, Albert C, 39 W. Adams St. 
McCall, Thomas, 8It9 Ridge Ave., Evanstou, 111. 
McCarthy, Jos. W., 139 N. Clark St. 
McClellan, Edward George, Detroit, Mich. 
McDonald, Luther W., 8Jt9 E. 73d St. 
McLane, C. D., Box Jil2, Zanesville, Ohio. 
Meldahl, Jens J., lOJi. S. Michigan Ave. 
Mever, Frederic H., 6'^ W. Randolph St. 
Miller, Chas. A., 20Jt N. Harvey Ave., Oak Park, 

111. 
Miller, John \\'., W)'>0 Carmen Ave. 
Miller, Joseph A., l.')5 N. Clark St. 
Miller, Lee, Jt337 Calumet Ave. 
Minchin, Sidney A., I]i0 S. Dearborn St. 
Morehouse, M. J., 3't3 S. Dearborn St. 
Morgan, Chas. L., 101^ S. Michigan Ave. 
Morrell, John, Iloives Elk., Clinton, Iowa. 
Mueller, Bernard A., Arcade Bldg., East St. Louis, 

111. 
Mueller, Flovd E., t',96 Irving Park Blvd. 
Mundie, \V. B., 39 S. La Salle St. 

Xeebe, lohn K., J522 Aiihert Ave. 
.New, M'atthew, ^5;^ E. 91st St. 
Newell, Frank V., 1108 Ave. A., Miami, Fla. 
Xewhouse, Henrv L., Jf63() Prairie Ave. 
Newman, E. ^L,'.W .V. La Salle St. 
Nielsen, Carl, IS.'i-i Greenleaf Ave. 
-Nimmons, C.eo. C, 132 S. Michigan Ave. 
.Norman, .Andrew, 1-')2H Devon Ave. 
-Nydcn, John A., VJt; N. State St. 

Oliver, Ralph H., i;'.i.-,8 S. Peoria Si. 
Olsen, Paul F., 1J7 N. Dearborn St. 
Ostergren, Robert C, l')5 N. Clark St. 
Otis, William .A., 0' .V. Michigan Ave. 

Pagels, Wm. F.. LiO \. Wells St. 
Pashley, Alfred F., ',.il S. Dearborn Si. 
Pentecost, I). S., 'i 1-17 Greenview Ave. 
Perkins, Dwight 11., S 14 Toiver Court. 
Perkins, Frank W'., 7'>JJi Stewart Ave. 
Perkins. Frederick W'., H', E. Van Buren St. 
Perry, Walter E., il', E. I'an Buren St. 
Peter.son, Edward .\., .Swedish Am. \al. Bank 

Bldg., Rockford. III. 
Pfeiffenberger, Ceo. 1)., lOJ W. 3rd St.. East Si. 

Louis. III. 
Pillsbury, Arthur L., Peoples Bank BUlo.. 

Bloomingloii. III. 
Pingrey, Ro\- E., ..'09 S. La Salle St. 
['leins, Leo. IL, ■',.'>/, .V. Franklin St. 
Pond, Allen B., r, ', E. \'an Buren Si. 
Pond, Irving K., t'>', E. ]'an Buren Si. 
Postle, 1). E., 1 'tD S. Dearborn St. 
Poulsen, Edward J., J,(>]9 N. Harding Ave. 
Poubsen, Ceorge F., JdS S. La Salle St. 
Powers, Horace S., .3 A\ La Salle St. 
Preis. Carl C., 1 JO Broadivay, New York. .V. )'. 
Pridmore, J. E. O., 38 S. Dearborn St. 
Prindeville, Chas. H., H't E. Van Buren SI. 
Probst, Edwarrl, s(i /{. Jackson Blvd. 
Pruvn, William 11., Jr., LJ! S. Michigan Ave. 



Kae, Robert, k31 Greenleaf Ave., Wilmette, III. 
Kai)p, George L., 190 N. Slate St. 
Reeves, Wm. H., '221 S. Jefferson Ave., Peoria, III. 
Reichert, William G., c/o Cream City Sash &• 

Door Co., Mikvaukee, Wis. 
Keiger, Harry J., Booth Bldg., Springfield, III. 
Kezny, J. B., 2202 S. Crawford Ave. 
Rich, Harry F., J^31 S. Dearborn St. 
Richards, H. H., 57/67 Washington Blvd. 
Richardson, Jason F., Central Life Bldg., Ottaiua 

III. 
Riddle, Herbert IL, 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Kiddle, Lewis W., 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Riester, Frank !'., r,i,l N. 2>,th St., East St. 

Louis, 111. 
Kinaker, John L., Ridgelex Bank Bldg., Sprinv- 

field. III. ' ' ' 

Roberts, E. E., 82 W. Washington Si. 
Robertson, David, !■').'> N. Clark St. 
Robin.son, Argyle E., '>227 Harper Ave. 
Roeddiger, F. W. C., 7)328 Drexel Ave. 
Rohm, Wm., /./,S' A^. La Salle St. 
Ro.sen, Richard O., llol S. 2nd Si., Loui.sville, 

Ky. 
Rot her, Eugene Paul, 2507 Ciillom .Ave. 
Roy, Franz, 7817 S. Shore Drive. 
l\o>er, Joseph W., Flat Iron Bldg., Vrbana, III. 
Rowe, Charles B., 7)9 J^J^ Prairie Ave. 
Rowe, Lintlley P., I>906 Lakewood Ave. 
Russell, Lewis E., 25 N. Dearborn St. 
Rus\', .Anthony ¥., 1339 S. Avers Ave. 

S.disbury, Robert 11. , Whealon, III. 
Sandegren, A., 25 N. Dearborii Si. 
Sandel, Monroe R., 'tUll Drake Ave. 
Sanders, Lewis Miles, 1907 Nebraska A've. 
Saxe, Albert Moore, 6' J p]. \'an Buren Si. 
Scheller, Jesse E., 7H0() Crandon Ave. 
Schenck, Rudolph, 122 S. Michigan Ave. 
Schlacks, H. J., 7^i A^. Michigan Ave. 
Schmid, R. G., 15l^ W. Randolph Si. 
Schmidt, Hugo, 7320 Yates Ave. 
Schmidt, Richard Iv, 10', S. Michigan Ave. 
Schoenfeldt, brank, 5 .V. Karlov Ave. 
Schroeder, John M., G823 Ridgeland Ave. 
Schultz, .Martin M., 1955 W. 20th St. 
Schulze, Carl E., 178 W. Jackson Blvd. 
Schulze, William, 2009 W. North Ave. 
Schulzke, Wm. H., People's Bank Bldg., Moline, 

III. 
Sihwartz, .Albert .A., Kenwood. 5.101 Prairie /\ve. 
Scribbins, John A., .',01 Powers Bldg., Decatur, 

III. 
Seatnr, S. M., 35 N. Dearborn St. 
Sevfarth, Robert, 8.i0-13', S. La Salle St. 
Shattuck, W. F., 19 S. La Salle St. 
Shaw, Howard, 39 S. State Si. 
Sh()])bell, Clifford, Furniture Bldg., Ivcansville, 

Ind. 
Sierks, C. 11., r>.>5 Clybourn Ave. 
Sierks, 1 lenr\-, 180 N.' Dearborn St. 
Spencer, .N. S., 37 W. \'(in Buren .Si. 
Spetz, .Alexander 11., 105 W. Monroe St. 
Sj)itzer, Maurice, 5 N. La Salle SI. 
Stanhope, Leon E., 59 E. Madison .St. 
Stexens. llarrv E., 5-1 W. Jackson Blvd. 
St en be, Len V. W., Adams Bldg., Danville, III. 



Stone, John R., (V .S'. Dearborn St. 
Strandel, Charles A., 118 N. La Salle St. 
Strauch, Moriz F., I.i56 Diversey Parkivay. 
Sturges, Howard Pntinan, 19 S. La Salle St. 
Sturm, Meyer J., lll> S. Michigan Ave. 
Sturnfield, C. H., &)() Blue Island Ave. 
Swern, F'erry W., 19 S. La Salle St. 

Teesdale, Lawrence V'., Madison, Wis. 
Teich, Frederick B., J05 S. La Salle St. 
Teisen, Axel V., 3133 Logan Blvd. 
Thisslew, Charles, H W. Washington St. 
Thomas, Stafford F., iil Woodside Ave., Amherst, 

Mass. 
Tocha, Anton, li^:^f> N. Ashland Ave. 
Tomlinson, H. Webster, (I Ki W. Nicholson Ave., 

Joliet, III. 



Uffendell, William C.., 39 S. State St. 
Crbain, Leon F., '■ili3.'t Nordica Ave. 
I'rbanek, Chas. A., 1.Y23 S. Avers Ave. 

\'ail, Morrison 11., H-l E. 1st St., Dixon, III. 

Van Bergen, John S., Caldwell Bldg., Oak Park. 
III. 

\'an der Meer, W\be J., .^tlS Trust Bldg., Rock- 
ford, III. 

\'iehe-\aess, Ivar, 6"'^ /•;. \'an Biiren St. 

X'itzthum, Karl M., -U E. Van Buren Si. 



W'ach, Edward ¥., 5311 S. Kedzie Ave. 
Wallace, Chas. L., 227 Jefferson St., Joliet. III. 
Waterman, H. H., 10 S. La Salle St. 
Watson, Jesse N., Chemical Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 
Watson, Vernon S., 189 W. Madison St. 
Weber, Alfred P., Ill W. Washington St. 
Weber, Peter J., 31^3 S. Dearborn St. 
Webster, Chas. Woods, Cutting Bldg., Joliet, III. 
Weiss, John W., 53 W. Jackson Blvd. 
Westerlind, Carl W., Ill W. Washington St. 
Wheelock, H. B., 6J^ W. Randolph St. 
White, Howard J., 1417-80 E. Jackson Blvd. 
White, James M., Prof., Administration Bldg., 

Urbana, III. 
Whitmeyer, Mark H., lU N. Jefferson St., 

Peoria, III. 
Whitsitt, H. W., Peoples Bank Bldg., Moline, III. 
Williamson, W. G., 19 S. La Salle St. 
Wilmanns, August C, 35 S. Dearborn St. 
Winkel, Benno, c/o Colo. Southern Ry. Co., 

Denver, Colo. 
Winslow, Benj. E., 2617 N. Richmond St. 
Woltersdorf, A. F., 138 N. La Salle St. 
Woodyatt, Ernest, 169 Colfax Ave., Evanston. III. 
Worthmann, Henry, 155 N. Clark St. 

^'ork, John D., 1323 N. Clark St. 
\'oLingberg, John E., 30 A^ Dearborn St. 

/inimermann, Hugo IL, 1711 Fitllertnn Ave. 
Zil)I)\vald, Otto, 37',3 N. Tripp Ave. 



HOXOF^ARV MEMBERS 



iiaumann, Frederick, 27't'i Pine Grove Ave. 
Cla\-, W. W., 226 S. La Salle St. 
Hill, Henry W., 138 N. La Salle St. 
Cioodnow, Charles N., 38 S. Dearborn St. 
Palmer, 11. L., 19 S. La Salle St. 



Pfeiffer, (ieo. L., Lemon Citv, Florida. 
Randolph, S. ^L, 106 Parkside Bldg., Oak Park, 

III. 
She[)ardson, Francis W., Springfield, III. 
Wight, P. B., 677 Summitt Ave., Pasadena. Calif. 



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INDEX OF EXHIBITS 



ALBRO, LICWIS COLT, .' IT. ;;//; s/., A,-;;. y„)kCily. 

1 Rcsiclcnrc of 1''. D. I'oltfr. 

AMICKKWX ACAUKMY IX KOMI'., lui I'ark Avnni,'. 

w. j. 11. iiorc.ii. 

2 Stained Class, l'"lotcucc. 
~i Stained (ilass, Morence. 

4 Interior, San Si)irito, Florence. 

.S Pen and InkSketeh — \'illa Cainberaia. 

6 Villa Camljcraia — Side Kle\-aUon. 

7 Villa (ianibt-raia — Front Klevation. 

5 Pahue of the Caesars — Cross Section. 

'' Palace of the Caesars LonijiUidinal Scclion. 

10 Plan, I'alace of the Caesars. 

1 1 Palazzo, X'ecchio. 

12 Interior, Palazzo X'eccliio. 

l.< Map Room, Palazzo \'eixlii(i. 

14 Interior of Pantheon. 

l.S Etruscan Terra Cottas. 

16 Fountain, Piazza San Pielro. 

1 7 Ponte Kotto, Rome. 

AR.MSrR().\(,. IIARRV W.XThlRS. ;/ / ; Mn„!i;r^,' ln,ul.. CIn, ,i.:n. 

1 f< Three designs for ijainled mcl.il lence-|)ost oi nameius in yanlen of I'Mwaid L. Baker, 

L.ike I-'oresl, 111. 
1') Sketc h for Mural Panel "Ballri lv.i\|)Uan. ' 

ARMSTROXC. JOIIX .\ R( 1 1 I B Al.l). R,u.,i, sm,, ll.\.l.a\allfSl..(hi,,i<<>. 

20 Rockwell W'.irehouse. 

21 ilolel, Rochester, X. W 

ARTISTS (,ril,l). Till-;, ',111 .-s. Mnlusa)! A:nni,-.(l,i,U'^n. 

C. Sri'A\'.\RT TODD. 

22 Per>iaii W.ill Draiiei\. B.itik. 

ATTI-RBCRN-, ( , ROSNICXOR. I'. .\. I. .\., :ii IP. ;.,>,/>/., .V,'7c ]\,rk ( ilv. 

2^ Saue l-Ound.uion Homes ( cimpans. l-Orest I lills ( .ardens, h'orest Hills. I.oul; Islauil, .X. \'. 
24 SaK<' lM)undation IIouu'S Compan\, l-'orest Hills Cardens, I-"orest Hills, l.onu Island. .X. \'. 
2.S SaKc I-'oundation Homes Compans', I'Orest HilN Cardens. l'~orest IlilU. Ponu Island. X. \' 

ATTI'.RBCRN' .\XD TOMPKIXS. .'" 11, s/ ;,/,/ >./,,■,■/, \,-.c r-.r/oC/7\. 

2() Housiui.; Development, W'e-i haul Coal C(Mupan\-. 

27 Kint^siiiirt 1 miiroscment Coipoiation. Rinusport, Teun. 

2,H Small House for h'orest Hills C.uil.'Us. L. 1. 

2') Sm.ill Ihuise for lM>rest HilN C.irdeus. I.. 1. 

M) Small House for I'Orest Hills Cardens. 1.. 1. 

B.XRHI'R, DOXX. Ii'l I'ark \vrniir. \r:r ]nrkCilv. 

.i 1 Revised Design of Cotton l''.\i li.nme Bnildiu'4. 

Tr,i\(lci- Tower, Hartford, ('onn. 
M ll.irlfoid Times Buildin.L;. H.iitford, Conn. 

B.\r.M. DWK.IIT J.N.Mh'.S. A'/;, •/-./, ;/c-c),-//;e/-..;,. .\"c;; \.nh. 

•■•■I I'ailr.im 1' I )el,iil. Resiileuci- ol I )i . 1 .\ im 1- nlkerson at I''icld>lou. Xew \"oi k ( if. . 

•*^ Intcriot I'jid of Hall. Residen. e oi ( ), I . Scliw cncke. J r.. l';s<|.. al Ba\ -hore. 1.. I . 

■'•<' Detail ol l-'roiu. Residence ot Jo-cph Bn>li. K>,\^. Ri\-erdale-on-H ud-ou . X. \. 

.57 Residen. c of Joseph Bush, l';s(|.. Ri\ .-i d.dc-oiid 1 ikNou . X. \'. 

-12 DwclliiiL:^ at .Moder.ilc Co-i 

B-\rM(,.\RTl':X X CO.. WM. 

Pair ol .Mos.iic and M.irhlc ( 'olumus. 
Pair of ICarl\- 1 t.dian ( hairs. 
.Antiiiue It.dian Dressim; r.dilc. 
Old Italian (lust, 
h'rench T.iin'strv Chairs. 

B.XRXIM, Cl-;oRCI'; I. POND, ivi-; Ihilhni ..n; S!,r,-!A hioiii,,. 

.<'' Water Color Sketch. Co\iimton. Kw 

40 Water Color Sketch. Libert wiUe, 1||. 

41 Water Sketi h. Clhcauo. 



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HKAl'-X ARTS IXSTlTl'Tl': OK D1<;SK'.N, ! -'>> Hast y: tli Strnl. Xnu Yurk l ily. 

L. K. KrLLKR. 

43 Class "IV AnalvticiiK — "A" KiUraiuc Pavilion." 

44 Class "B" rrojcct — "A Slcaiiishii) Ofticc." 

c;. \V. TRICKAST-C.ILLICTTK. 

47 Class ■•H" Rroject— "A I'rivalc Art Musciini." 

J. M. UIRSCllMAN. 

48 Class '-A" Troicct -"A Private luUcrtaimncnt Pavilion ni a C.,u(lrn.' 

T. SllIMCRA. 

4') Class "A" I'rojcct— "A Theater.' 

c. \v. pi-:pp1':r, .ir. 

.so ArehaeoloKV Project -■■.\n l^xterior Stainase m II 

,'^. M. BROWX. 
.SI .\rehaeoU)>.;y Project -".X Roman Triumphal .\nli." 

W. II. LUTXC.STOX. 
.Si .VrelKK'oloKV Project --Tlu' .\i>se of an Karly Christian Clmreh." 

I). R. WILKIX.SOX. 
.S.< .Xrehaeolony Project -".V Spanish .\meric.in Church." 

B. K. OI.SOX. 
,S4 .Xrch.ieoloiiy-Mcasnred Drawint; Tndei.en.lence II. ill. " Phil.i.lelphM. P.i. 

F C. K. SCHMIDT. 

SS \r,haeol,.KV-Measnre<l Dr.iuinu ".lap,.ne~c Temple Cote" ,n Ivurnmunt Park, PInl.i- 
delphia, P.i. 

K. !•:. \\i-:iiii':. 

■ The Capitol Buil.lin.4 of the l.e.i^ue of Xalion^." U'lh P,ni< Pr./e Hnal ( ompeiuion. 

S() Phm. 

.S7 l-'levation. 

SS Section. 

\. C. M.\i L.\cin..vx. 

-The Cap.tol Hn>hln,« ot the l,eaune.,t X.Uions. " li,h P.o,^ P../e F.nal C <,n.petilHm. 

S') Plan. 

60 l^lexalion. 

(,\ Section. 

I.OCIS I'KXTXOK. 
-The Capitol Buihlinu ot the l.cune ol Xations." Uth P.u,. Pn/,- Kntal ( omiu.|U„.n. 

1,1 Plan. 

().>, Klevation. 

FRKDI'.RICK M. 1 lol )( , I )( )X. 
-TheCipitol HniUhnuot lhel,..auuenl X.aionv" IJth P,,,,- Pt i/e lMn,,l Compel , I ion. 

<,(, Plan. 

fl7 I'.levalion. ; 

Bank. 

IIFRBKRT .\XI)FRS()X. 
7] (lass "B" I'roject - ".X Small .\rt Mn-eum." 

JOSFPII LIXIM.U'IST. 
11 ( l.iss B" Projei t -".\ Reailint; Room in ,i l.ilir,ir>." 

BlvXCX .\RT 1XSTITCT1-; OF DFSIC.X. \ nc ].'ik( i/v. 

7.^ Student Woik. 
BI-:.\FX .\RTS IXsTlTCTh: ()|- .nh.^lC, x' <( i l.l'Tr r j.; v-iiDi,). 

7S -Student Work" Xo. 1 . . '.^ . ^ 

7('> Student Work" Xo. -'. •, I 

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.BOCK, KI( II.XRO. .'^'"/r'"' Hr.rr l-'nrr-.l. III. 
74 Dei orativ-e Sc uli)ture. 

Bi':ssi':i.. wi'Si.i-A', s.. .in/nfc,/ '.'; W'-^i ;".//; .vc,w. Xr-.c ]nyk( nv. 

7,x lliiu-iim I).-\eloi,meiU for J. I-. Parsons. I'^.p. Monp l.iir. X. \ . 

B1':M.\X. S. S., .'eC, Mi( orwhk kU,lK-.( lii< "K'). 

7') Re^ideiKf on Kankakee River. , ,, . 

XO Se. ond ( hur. h of ( hn<t, S. lentist. of I eon.i. 
,S1 ll.innlton Cluh Buildmu. ( Incayo. 



HICNNl'-.TT, K. II. and PARSONS, W. K., I SOO Railway Ex, Iuiukc BUh., ChicuKf 
«2 .lolict -Cily I'lan. 

X.< Location Plans, St. ("'.andcns Statue of Lincoln, (".rant Park Chicago. 
.H4 Ottawa, Canada — ('ity Plan. 
JS.S HlooniinKton, 111. — C~ivic C'cntcr. 

BOICIIXICR, ALKX.XNDER, '^JOS. MiduKan .\rcnu,\ Chicago. 



H() Ov('i--.\hintcl, •■Santa-Maria-Dclla-Sah 
H7 Decorative Panel. 
SX Over-Mantel. 



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HOSWORTli, WICLLKS, .-,.';/■■,///! .Iro/KC, Sew York City 
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HRAL.X \- WY^( \\\i, t^-, X.(lnrk Street, ihi(., 

100 .Studio, .American Comniertial I'"ihn Conip; 

101 Kird's l{\'e \'ie\v Town, \\'aterl)ur\', I'"la. 

HI<AZI':R, CLARl'NCI':, 1 1.1.1 liroadway. \ew YorkCily. 

lO.i House on Saude .Xveiiue, for WestinKhouse liniijloNcs, South I'hiladelphia. 

104 1 louse on Jensen Avenue, for Westinfjhouse Employes. 

lO,'^ House on Oak Tree Court for W'estinKlioiise ICniployes. 

10() House for WestinKhoilse ICinplo\'es — ("rroup of Four Houses. 

HLni), KATHI'LRIXI-:, .-,.': /w7//; .lr(>);;(,-, X ew York City. 

107 Cottage. 

1 louse an Rocks. 

HRl'ST \: \'\\]\AV\\ :,iit; Fne I'ress litdK.. Shhvaukee, ll'/v 

lOK Residence of Mrs. J. R. Riess, Sheljovuan. Wis. 

10'» l,il)rary. Residence of Mrs. J. R. Riess, Shehovnan, Wis. 

1 10 Hall in Residence of Mr. Albert Callun. Milwaukee, Wis. 

1 1 1 Residence of Mr. .Albert Gallun, Milwaukee, Wis. 

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n.i Skel.h of W. 11. Titus Residence. Clencoe, 111 

1 14 Resideud' of W. 11. Titus, (ilencoe. 111. 

1 l.S Sketch of W. 11. Titus Residence. Cdencoe, 111 

1 10 .Model of Resideni (■ of W. H. Titus, Olencoi', 



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Hl-RXHAM, .\X1TA WILLICTS, /;«/,- Sorlh Aveane, llnhluird Woods. III. 

117 Sketch of Dutch Colonial House, 
lis llousi' Sketch. 
1 1'* Red Koof. 

HlRXIl.XM, 1). II. \: CO., /n.J ', Rookery lUdK., Chi, aKo. 

121 Huihlin.i.; for I'nion .Xational Bank. 

122 Building for .\. W. Shaw (~ompan\-. 

12. * Department Store Buildin« for L. 1-". Be.u h Couipau>-. 

■R.XXCIS HARR^■. /mj.V. .\/„/n\,'<;» .\--euHe,Chi,aK,>. 

Residence of C. .M . Rich, l^sc]., Keokuk, Iowa. 

Residenic of C. M. Rich, Esq., Keokuk, Iowa. 

Residence of j. F. Clarke, NL D., Fairlield, Iowa. 

Interior -Black, Red, White, Blue and (iold. 

Residence, J. B. Franke, Ivsq., Fort Wa\-nc, Ind. 

Interior — Brown, C.ilt, (ireen. Blue, Red and I\-or>-. 
1.^0 Interior— Rev. Thomas X'incent Shannon, I). I)., Blac k. White, Ultramarine and Gold. 
1.^1 Interior — Rev. Thomas X'incent Shannon, D. D. 
1 .V< Plusics BuildiniJ, CniversitN- of Xew Me.xico. 
1 -U I'nited Theater, Minneapolis, .Minn. 
l.<7 Residence. C. M. Rich, Fsc|., Keokuk, Iowa. 
I.IS Residence of James Bh-the, I'"s(|., Mason Cit\. Iowa. 

lU'SSl'.LLl-;. .\1,1- Rl-:i). ...;; Madison Areniie. .\,-,c ]'orkCity. 

1.1') Communit\- House for Town of Carmel, .X. \'. 
1 40 1 louse at Rumson, X. J. 

( HATTICX \- HAM.MOXD, c ; /-.Us/ \-,ni nmeii .Sireel. ( hi,aKo. 

141 Residcnc c> for Mrs. K. .M . Kc-elcr. Rockford. 111. 

142 Residence for Mrs. K. M. Keeler, Rockford. 111. 

14.1 .Apartment Building. 200 liast Delaware Place, Chicago. 

144 Tliomson iV- Taylor Spice Compan\-, 22n(l and Lumber Strc>ets, Chicago. 

14.S Milo C.. Kellontz Building. Peoria and Jackson Bh'd., Chicago. 

140 Whiting l-^onndry F(|nij)mcMit Compan\-. IIar\e\-, III. 



fllKAC.O SCHOOL OF ARC 1 1 ITIHTl ' KK. 

\V. J. OXOXXOK. 
"A ('alliolii- StMuinarv-." 

204 Flan. 

205 Klevation. 

THKODORF. IIOFMKISTKR, JR. 

206 Ucsij-ns tor Tai)estry for Trusters Room lor Firld Musfiiiu. 

iielf:x l. f.\ssf:tt. 

207 Dcsij^ns for Tapestry for Tnislccs Room for F^irld Museum. 



ClIUWOO TKCIIXIC.M- COLl.FC-F. 

1H7 Tlicatcr l''acaiif, lix" CascN' l'',. Savai;i'. 
7S« Tlieatrr Facade, l)y William /lelke. 




.\nlnli\ts. !>', l-'.iist \'ini Ihinii Sln-fl. ( 'liii iikk. 



.X SMITH 

Plaster Cast of Creek Coin. First Xational Hank, Xeenali. XVi- 
Plaster Cast of Creek Coin. First Xational Hank, Xeen.di. Wi- 
Fxterior, Dundee State Hank, Dundee. 111. 
Hank of Wisconsin. Madison. Wis. 
Residence of Mrs. .\licia Oaimaii. Dundee. 111. 
Fxterior Residence of Mr. .\. C. Cilbert, Xeenali, Wis. 
Residence of Mr. C. S. Caylord, Xeenali. \\ is. 
F~xterior Residence of Mr. M()wr\ Smith, Meiiasli.i. \\ i>. 
Hreakfast Room. Resi.lence ..f Mr. C. W. Morv. .\piileton. Wis 
Hank HiiildinKS. First X.vtional Hank. (>r.ind R.ipids, W i-. 
F'irst Xational Hank of Cicero. 111. 
ICxlerior. Weslev F'oundation. Madison. W i-. 
Fxterior. Vocational School, .\ppleton. W i<. 
Interior. Vocational School. .\iii)leton. W is. 
Memorial Chapel, Lawrence ColltTc, .Xpi'K ion. W k. 
V. W. C. .\. Huildinu. Madison. W is. 
Russell Sa^e Dormitorx", Lawrence Collei;i , .\i 
Lihrarv, Residence of Sir. Raliih Isham. Monti, it 
!-:xterior, Dormitorv . L.iwrence Colleue. .\pi.letoii. W i 
F'xterior Hntrance Front, ( )atiiian Residence. Dundee 
I'-xterior First Xational Hank. Stevens Point . W i-. 
Interior St<ur Hall, .\ppleton N'ocitional School. .Xpiiletoii. W i-. 
Interior, Dundee State Hank, Dundee. 111. 
Interior Living Room, Oat man Resideii.e Dundee, 111. 
Fxterior, F'irst Xation.d Bank, Xeenali, W i~. 
Fxterior. Hank ami Oftice Buildin«. .Madison. W is. 
Interior, \'. W. C. .\. Huildiim. Madison. W i-. 
F:xterif)r. First Xational Bank. Crand Rapid-. W '- 
Interior i)ormitor\ . Laurence College, .\ppletor 



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1 7,H ( )ne I-'reii' li stand. 

I 7') Two Italian w.ilnut ( li.iii-. 

|,S(I One earh- It.dian t.ihle m w.ilmit 

l.Hl One Italian octauonal t.ible in w.ilnut. 

I SI ( )ne bron/e wise. 

1S.< ( )ne old Italian client- 

1,H4 ( )ne earh- Flnulish o.ik -creeii. 

1,H> One lacipi'"'' '""' p. lint'''' Chiue-e ,. \,-<\\. 

\XI, ( )iie Se\-enteenth Centur;,- t.ipe-tr\-. 

1,H7 ( )iie e,irl\ Fimh-h sot.i, 

I ,X,S ( )ne X't-edlepoiiit -ota. 



((il-l-lX. M.\R1.\X C.. ^ :" l.i-\n!j''>t l:.'/»c, 

pxo C.irden and („o,m.L m Mi. ,ind Mr. <l.arle- 11. S.ibiii. SiutlMmpci L ,a. 

l-lmd X \'. ( t(j-- \- ( ro--. .\rOiiteO-. 
10(1 SomeCardeii Cate-,,„d DoorwaN-. DeM^iied bs M ,,M,,n ( . ( oltui . 1 , \ 



( ol.HN". I'R.XXK. :>'l-i'th \:nni,\ .Vc;c Y^^rki il:. 

PM Il,,iiM' and CrouivL. Dr. Jiile- Xuilleiiiimt . 
l')2 llotis<- and Croiind-. .Mr-. Xortluui. ( .i-tl.. 

( (iMPKTITI\l-: DK.NWIXC^ loR ( \T.\1 .o( ,r 1-: (o\f,l< |)l-.MO\- 

10 \ I'lrst Pri/e. Herbert .\nder-oii. 

I'M Seiond Prize. H.'rbeit .\, .--iiiitli. 

l'),S Honorable Mention. H. ( (.reeiiuaid. 



COXNICK, CllAKLl^S .!.,,'» Ilnntmrl Street, notion. Muss. 

]')(i Tlirt r I'iocs. r)csi^;ns for ("luuuel Windows in St. Johns Tlu- l-:\-ant;clisl Clnirili, Bi'\irly 

I-'. inns, Mass. 
\')7 I'liolo ol ("artoons for "Soldiers Memorial Window," ll\<le I'ark Bai)tist Church, CliicaHO. 

COOL II )(.!•; iv: IIODC.DOX, ICI ', Corn lixduniKf Hank, ChicuKo. 

1'>,S Tentli Clnireh of Clirist, Scientist. 

1<M) Tenth Churcli of Christ, Scientist — Plan. 

iOO Tenth Churcli of Christ, Scientist — Interior. 

201 Detail of Residence, Kenilworth. 

101 Men's Dormitory, Franklin College, Franklin, Ind. 

.M()1)1CL. Theolo^jical tiroiij), Cniversitx- of Chicago. 

COIMM.NI. I'l )Ml'l-0, ^.nlptnr. 

SA'> Littlelield Memoi ial, .\listin, Te.Kas. Model at ' ^-inch sc.de. 

CK.Wh: TICCllNICAL lllC.ll SCHOOL, \',ni fiiirni autl Oaklrv /ilrd., ( hi, ano. 
i(l') K. T. Crane Technical llinh School, I'^dward De Kemiier. 

( K( )SS e\: CK( )SS. '..■-/ /■;///! .1 ;■(■);/((■, XfW YorkCily. 

.<().■( .\ Kesidem (• at Southaniiiton, L. I. —Plan and l'holonr<ii)hs. 

M)A H.mk HuddinK for thi- C.uarant\' Trust ConiiKin\ of .\'e\\ N'ork -I'lans and I'hotouraphs. 



COl'l' IN c>< C( )F1-TN, 



W'fsl ',,'iul Strrrt, \ >•;,■ ]' nrk (' ity. 



,U).S Workinumen's Houses. 

MXt Industiial Housing Development. 

l)i,( ,( )L\ 1:K, KOHKKT <.. :>; Wfsl Moiirof Sirrrt. CliiiiiKo. 

.1(17 Miinli re\' .\)iartinents. Chii'at;o. 

^^)S .\ortli shore Motel, l':\anst<in, 111. 

M)<) C. J. Watson Residence, Cdencoe, 111. 

DlsL.WO .V .XLDRICII. ! :i; l-:„..i .:sih .Strrrl. \ r.c VnrkCily. 

,no House .It S\osset, L. 1. 

.H 1 House .It S\<isset. L. 1. 

.<12 House .It S\()sset. L. 1. 

.H.< House .It S\()sset, L. 1. 

<14 House at S\(issit. L. 1. 

.>,]S House .It ( )y<tir Ha\ , L. 1. 

.H() I louse .It ( i\ ster H.i\-, L. 1. 

.^17 House .It ( )\ster Hay, L. I. 

.US Swiniminj.; j'ool at ()\ster H.i\'. 

.■!1') Creenwich House, New N'ork Cit\'. 

<J() SwinnniiiK Fool at Mt. K.isco, \. \'. 

M\ Swilnunn^; I'ool for R. S. Brewster. .Mt. Kisco. \. \'. 

Ml Hall ui House of .Mrs. Straiulit, New X'ork Cit\'. 

D.WIS, Z.\( 11 1;R\ T. .ind KK.\M l':i<, W1LLI.\M i''.. \r,hili\t-. '■ ', F.n-t Van Huren Strrrl. C'hiraKO. 

MA ( hnrc h .it Moliiie. 111. 

MA ( hic.iKo St.idllim Coiupetilion Perspective. 

DWIS, NL(,R.\TH \ K 1 l-'.SSLl XC, .C" /■'/ '//j . 1 rc;i;<c. 

MS (..dlei\. Interior, Residence of C. J. Mott, ICsip, at Flint. Mi. li. 

Mt) ( ..irdiner< Cott.ific, Residence of C. J. Mott , at Flint , Mich. 

.^27 l-:\terior \ iew. Residence of K. R. Mi.xer, at Hartsd.ile. X. \'. 

.^J.S l-'.ntr.iiue Det.nl. Residence of K. R. Mi.xer, Hartsd.ile, X. N'. 

.M^> Ivntr.mce Det.iil, Residence of C. J. .Mott at l-'lint, Mii h. 

.<.M\ M.iu-oleum for j. S. Bachs. 

.VH Ri-ideiice, M. S. NLicke\-, Cardeii Side. 

AM l-',inn Buildings ,it .Meadow l''.iriii. 

AAA Resideiu e, E. L. N'ouiiK. 

V-i4 Form.il Carden, C. S. Molt. 

.<,<,S Residen. e, C. S. Mott. 

DICXX, l-:i)\\ \K1) C., .' U'o/ 'lUhStrrrt, .Vc;c ]'(jrkCily. 

A.U) The Co-ni(ipolit.in Club, New \'ork Cil\- — Interiors. 

DOMIXK K, WILLIAM V .. ! W'rst ."Jth Sirrrl. .\ r.c YorkCity. 

AM l-",itin Huildmu-; .It Creenwii h. Conn. 



Di';.AX \- 1)|-L\X, !■>: .^. L(i Siillr Slrni. ('hidiiio. 

AAO :\ C,rou)> of \\ S. C.overninent Houses, Xi.ij^.ira l-",ills, X. \ 
AA\ \ (.ii'iip of r. S. C,o\-ernnicnt Houses. Xia.uara I'^ilL, X. \' 



,142 V. M. C. A. and Club, Mimicsota Slccl Coinpan^-, Morgan I'ark, Dulutli, Minn. 

.U,l Office Building, Minnesota Steel Company. Morgan Park, Dulutli, Minn. 

344 Music Building and Chapel, Doane College. Crete, Neb. 

345 Seven Room Bungalow, .American Sheet & Tin Plate Comi)any, Crar\', Ind. 

346 Row of Two-Flat Buildings. American Bridge Company, Ciary, Ind. 

347 A Row of Houses and Waiting Station. Morgan Park Company, Morgan Park. Dulutli. Minn. 
3.S() A Row of U. S. Government Houses. Niagara l-'alls. N. \'. 

351 Kntrance, Office Building, Minnesota Steel Comi)an\-, Morgan Park, Dulutli. Mian. 

DRUMMOND, \\TLLIAM, l(>.',<t Dlis iUaldiiiii. ChiraKo. 

.'i?:! Sketch for a Tennis Club. 

353 Sketch for a Proposed Roose\'elt Moiiimu'iit lOi ( Ook ( Ount \ . 

354 Sketch for a Coif Club. 

,155 Sketch for a Neighborhood Center. 

,156 Shedd Park. Recreation Building. Cliicag<i. 

,157 Sketch for a Church Building. 

35<S Sketch for a Church interioi. 

KXCAI'STIC MOSAIC CO.. IliUi Moiiror Hhli;.. (hi, ,ik<i. ( X ruioii A . \i,'li .r 

360 On the tirand Canal. \' en ice. Designed in hai canst it Mosaic for an Over- Mantel. 
362 Di'sign for Ornamentation. ( iot hie \'aul ting l'"\eculed in iMicaustic Mosaic. 

EMERSON, EDITH, CoK'^l'-a-Allni I.aiif. I'hilailrl phia. I'a. 

,163 Photograph. Elijah Window. Roose\-elt Memorial Temi)le. Keneseth Israel. Philadelphia. 
,164 Color Stiuh' for the IClijah Window, Roosevelt Memorial Temple, Reneseth Israel, Philadelphia. 
365 Cartoon for the IClijah Window — Memorial to Theodore Roosevelt. Teniple, Keneseth Israel, 
Philadelphia. 

ERMh:LING, RALPH W .. I lUi .' A ,hl,ni,l Iil,„ k. Cliu ,ik<'. 
,167 .Suburban Residence. 

EWEI.L. JAMES CAD\'. J/o.S. MichiK,n: A:;-iii(,\ Chi, ,0:0. 

.16S "Skill." Mural Decoration for ICxecutiNc ( )tfices of the()sg(»id Studios 

,16"* "Organization." Sketch for Mural Decoration for I'^xecutive Offices ot ( )suci()cl Studios. 

.170 "Inspiration." Sketch tor Mural Decoration tor IsxecutiNc ( )t1ices ot ( )sgood Studio. 

l':MBrK\". A\MAR. I 1 : M adi-.,,,, A:-niii,\ X ,-,■ \',>rh( iiy. 

,171 Residence of Mrs. 1. !•". Wardwell. 
372 Cottage for .Mrs. W. 11. Fallon. 

ICMKCRV. .\\'M.\R and Wl^LSll. LOCIS K.. X ,-.r ].nk(ily. 

37.1 .Mlerations to Residenci- of V. P. King. 

.174 .Alterations to Residence of Louis 1. Sn\(ler. 

FACLK.XER. (TLAS. D../i((.s. I),;irh<,ni Sln-,-t . Chi, aKn. 

,176 Residence for 1'^. (i. Shinner. ( liiiago. 

,177 ( )akhaven ( )ld Peo|)les Home of Chit ago PI, in. 

.17X ( )akha\i'n ( )ld Peoples 1 lonie of Chicago 1<(\ i-ed l\Tspecti\ e. 

I-{)RSTI-;i<. LK.\NK j., .;.; WrU ',!n,i Sirrrt. X r.c Y,nkC,ty. 

.17') Detail of the Reginald Halladav Cott.ige. Deni.irest. X. 1. 

,1«0 Residence of Mr. John B. \'an Haelen. 1 l.irtsdalc. .X. \'. 

.1X1 Detail. Residence of John B. \'an Haelen. Ilartsdale. X. \'. 

.1M2 Entrance Detail. Residence of John B. \'an ll.ielen. I l.irtsd.ilr. X, \. 

,1«3 Residence of C. O. Baring. Hart.sdale. X. N . 

.1,S4 Residence of Mr. Walter B. Walker. Ardslev -on-I I laLon. X. X. 

JROMl'.X, .\C,X1':S X.. r,(tir, lillis A:;-.. S, ulpi,n-. 

75,1 Competitix'e Model tor John iMickson .Mmiori.il h'ountain. 

(,l-:RTil. RCTll I... -^il I-:. Ontari,! Str,-,i.Chi,a:[,\ 

Designs tor Lighting l-~i-\turi'>. 

,1X5 Table Lam|i. 

386 Table Lain[.. 

3S7 Hall Lamp. 

"ISX Dining Lamp. 

3X1) Assemblv Hall. 

,11)0 Hotel Lobby. 

.I'll Street Lamp. 

,1'>2 Living Room. 

,1<I,1 Ladies' Waiting Room. 

CKEl-.XLE.Al'. J.\M1-:S 1... / lir,„i,l:niy. X,-'c VnrkCiCy. 

I'M The ( >ardens-— I lome of Joseph M. CiidaliN'. ICsip. Lake I'Orest. III. 
.1''5 The Crardens at Kenilwdrth — Home of (ieorge D. Pratt. ICs'i., ('rl'T, ( ove, L. I. 

(,KE!:XLE\'. HOW.XRD. I : -', I- ifth A:nin,\ Xnc y,<rk Citv. 

.l')6 Color Sketch for N'anderbilt Callerv, 1')20 h'.Nliibiticin. 



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CWAUiRV, CASS, .",', MadiMDi Arniu,'. AVw' \,,ik City. 

M>7 Army Supply Base, Brooklyn, X. W, BridKf CoiuuHtiim Administration Building to Warelioiis,- 

M»< Army Supply Basi', Brooklyn, X. \'., Warehouse "B " 

A')') Army Supply Base, Brooklyn, X. W 

400 Army Supply Base, Brooklvn, X. V. 

401 Army Supply Base. Brooklyn, X. V. 

402 Kntrance Hall, Detroit Library, Detroit, Mich. 
'\0A (irand Stair Case, Detroit Library, Detroit. Mich. 
404 Deliyery Hall. Detroit Library. Detroit. Mich. 
40.S L. S. Chamber of Commerce. Washington. D. C. 

COODIIl'IC, BKRTKAM (;.. ICsc]., .' lIVv/ 'rth Slr,;i. Xnv ]-,»-kCily. 

406 \ie\v of Sound h'ront. Residence for J, E. Aldred, E.sq., Locust X'aUev, Louk Island. 
\ lew of Patio. Residence for ilenry Dater, Ksci., xMontecito, Santa Barbara Cahf 
LoiiH (.allery. Residence for J. E. Aldred, Esii., Locust Valley, Lon^ Island.' 
\ lew from Southeast. Showing Terrace. Residence for Ilenry Dater, Ksii.. Santa Barbara Calif 
IJinmu Room. Residence h)r Herbert Coppell, Em[., I'asadena, Calif. 
Living Room. Residence for Philip W. Henry, Esci., ScarborouKh, Xew York 
\ lew ot Musicians' (lallery and Creat Hall, Aldred Residence. Locust \'alle\- Lonu Isl.iiid 
Livinu Room. Residence tor Henry Dater. Ks(i., Santa Barbara, Calif. 
X'iew from Road. Residence for Phili]) W. Henry. Ksii., Scarbor<)UKh, Xew York, 
(.reat Hall. Residence for Philip W. Henry. Ivsc;.. Scarborough. Xew \'ork. 
ICiUrance Front. Residence for Herbert Coi)pell. ICscp. Pa.sadena, Calif. 
Precinct Wall, Residence for Herbert Copi>ell, Es(i., I'asadena, Calif. 
Designers' Cottaue at .Miintecilo. Calif. 

. .XXDIORSOX. PROBST c^ WlllTh:. m l-.ast .la, ksnn lUv.i.. Chii,iK<>. 
Bas Relief of Panel. (>\.\ ft., for the Federal Rcser\c B.iiik. Dallas. Te.Kas 
iM'deral Reserve Bank of Dallas, Texas. 
h'iMleral Reser\ e Bank. K.insas Cil\. Mo. 

(.R.\\(,I';R. .\LhRh:i). ,-.' \V,'sl .\dam^ Slr,;-I.CI'i,aK». 

122 1'. S. Soldiers Home llospit.il. llosi)ital l''orc-Coiirt from X.itlhwest. 

42, < C. S. Soldiers Home Hospital. Proi)osed Cha|)ei. 

424 ( luiri h and Parish House of (he lloh- Spirit. Lake h'orest. 111. 

425 Residence of S. C. Burton. I':s(|.. Zanesville. Ohio. 

420 I'. S. .Soldiers Home llos|i!tal. llos|)ital Fore-Court from Soiiiluvest. 

C.RWr. !• KI'-.DICKK K .\1.. : l:a.H)ul,in,, Siy,;-I . Chi, uko. 
427 0\ <-r-.\laiitfl 'Wxnkeii. Hh iiken .uid .Xod." 
■MX Di'c ()rati\e P.mel. "Spring T'lowers. " 

(.OODWIX. Bl'LL.XRl) AM) WOOLShA'. ', I-m^I .:uih Str,;'t . \r:v !',.H-(,7v. 
12') House for W. Pool. I'N,;. 

(.R.W. (,l':ol<C,h; HICRBI'IK'I', //'; ll ',•-/;-'//; >//-,■,■/. .V,';c ]-,,rk(ily. 
4,50 Residence of Morion Morris. 

lll'd.Ml.l'; .K: Hia-.MLI';. S /,,-,)/ ,'/,-■/,/. ///. 

4.Vi Resideiuc for Oak Knolls, Spiiiinlleld, 111. 

4.M Residence for Mr. Lewis X. Win«ins. SiiriiiKlield. 111. 

4.<7 ICMerior. First .Xatioiial Bank Buildup, Sprinutield, 111. 

1 *S Crill Room. Sanzamo Club. Springfield. 111. 

140 I'ranklin Life Insurance Comi)an\- Buildint;. SpriiiKlield. Ill, 

441 l-'ranklin Life Insur.uice Comp.iiu- Biiildim;, SpriiiKlield. 111. 

442 .\ii Interior of .Xewbur\- Residenci'. St. Louis. Mo. 

44, < Preliininary Studs'. Chapel of St. Johns in the Wilderness. St, lohii-. 111, 
144 ,\ ( .,iller\- in a Private I Ionic. 

II1';RHI':RT, ( H.XRLIOS .\., mi'i Ai,.lil,,nn»i I.Ki.-y.C l!i,,r^,,. 
44,s Itali.iii Tooled l.e.ulici ( liair. 
44fi It.ilian 'Tooled Leather (h.!:!. 
lis 1 )e,i)rati\-e T'louer P.mel. 

iii-wn'T \- i-:mt:rs()x. ,.■/ .i/,i,/, .s/,-,',7, i\:,n,i. iii. 

44'' W.dter B.irkrr Mi-iinirial Binldiiii;, Ihjmrfoi the l-'rieiid le-s, Pe.ni.i. ill. 

HK.CIXS. CII,\Rl.h;S II,. /,■' llVs/ ;,//■; s.'r,-,/, A"c;c ]'nrk(ilv. 

■'•'^" Menaiitile Buildim;, ,\liiie\ - B.iriu-^ Compan\-. Charleston. W, \',i,, l')l'). 

11()L,\HIR1) ov ROCHT;, / i"i' ,\/M„n„' /i„, /,/,„,. (7!;, ,;.,',.. 

4,sl X'ortli [''.levation of Stadium for .South P.irk Commission of the Cit\- of Chicago. 

4,^2 Pcrs|Hvti\-e ot ".\" Stadium for South Park Commission of the Cit\- of ( liicauo. 

4,s,< ICast Fle\-atioii. Stadium for South Park Commission of the Cit\- of ( hi.auo 

4,s4 Plan. Stadium hir South P.irk Commission of the Cit\' of Chir.m,). 

4,s,^ \'ie\\- .MoiiK Cliicauo .\veniie, Xort liwestern rm\'ersii\' (iroup, 

4,^fi Interior of Court, Xorl liwestern rniversitN' Croup. TA-.m^ton, 111. 

I,s7 institutional ,ind Meilii ,il Crou]) for Larye ("it \-. 

4.SS ,So,ial Center Buildiii).;. Wesle\- I-'oiindation Croup, \'iew from Southeast. I rbana 111 

4^<) Soi ial Center Buildinu. Wesle\- Foundation C.roiii). \iew from Xortli. 

■\(>t) So( ial Ci'iiter BuildiriL;. Wesley T'oundation C,rou|i. \'iew from Xoitlieast. 



IKILMKS, KATIIKRINI-:, /';..''/ Monror HkHiUiik. ( h'ltiiio. 

461 I'eiuil Skrtih, House and Dove ("otr. 

IIOI'KIXS, ALFRKD, loi I'ark Avcnuf. Xnc \'<»-k City. 

462 Kesidfiue of (\ ('. \';ui Dcuscn. E^t]., Saialona Spiin.i^s, N. Y. 

463 Adirondack Trust ("onipany. 

464 Farm Building. 

Proposed new huildinn. Susan l-'eniniorc Coopir l^'oundation. 

JACKSON, ARTIU'R V ., ',01 Fifth .Xvninc. S fw York lity. 

46,S Maiden Lane Branch of llie Xalional Suret\' ("ouipanx Before ,ind After Alteration. 

466 Bunnalow Atop a New York Office Building. 

JI':XS1':N, Jl^XS, Ltindstapc AnhHi-it. Ravinia. 111. 

467 Pool and Kails Built for Mr. K.. D. .Alexander, Spriuu Si.ition, Ky. 

465 Plan of Technical I 'niversit\- for Ohit-aKO. 

46<) Section of C.arden with S\vininiin(i Pool. Ri-sidence ol K. I). .Alexander. 

470 .\ Skettli for Boat Landings, Pavilions and W.iler Oardeus, Cohnnbus Park. 

471 I'lan for Development of L<)\(1 School ("enter, (liica.uo. 

472 Section of Garden for Henry l-'ord. Detroit. 

47.-( I'lanlin;; Plan, Residence of Mr. Si)encer 1-Avin;4, Hloonnn.mon, III. 

LK.AX'ITT, Cll.ARLKS \Y., .'.'() Hnuukcay, .\i'.c V„ik( ity. 

474 Blueja\- (".ate\va\- for Mr. C'has. M. Schwab, Loretto. P.i. 
47.S Lily Pool for Mr. Charles M. Schwab, Loretto, Pa. 

476 West Flower Ciarden for Mr. Charles M. Schwab, l.oretlo. Pa. 

477 Cascade for Mr. Charles \L Schwab, Loretto. Pa. 

478 Landscape Plan for Mr. Charles .\L Schwab, Loretto. P,i. 

LINDKN COM P.AN'Y, /.'/'; A/«;n;^(j» .4 ;v«)i('. 
Art Class. 

L1TC11F1I':LD, FLKCTI'S D., ',:: Fi/tk .{miur. Sr.c YnrkCily. 

47'' St. Paul Puf)lic Librars- and James J. Hill Rif( rence Libr.ir\. 

480 C.eneral X'iew, Lar^e Book Room, Hill IJbrar\ . 

481 luUrance Hall, Book Room. Hill Librar\-. 

482 Book Room, Hill Library — Perspective. 
48,? Detail, Lar^e Book Room, Second Storx'. 
484 Librarian's Room, Hill Librar\-. 

48.S St. Paul Public Library Plan. 

486 Window Detail, Delivery Room, Public Libr.ir\-. 

487 Keadinn Room, Public Librar\- D(>tail. 

488 Reading Room, Public Library Detail of Door to Hill Library. 
48M Fntrance Lobb>-, Public Librars'. 

4<>0 Main Reading Room, l^iblic Librar\-. 

4<J1 Drawing, St. Paul Public Librar\-. 

4^2 Drawing, St. Paul P\iblic Library. 

WS Detail of Front. 

4<>6 Perspective, Showing Fntrance to Hill Librarx. 

4<>7 Detail, Main F^ntrante. 

4').? House of Samuel Outerbridiie, Oyster Ba\- — Detail of l-ront. 

4'*4 House of Sherman L. Depew, l':s<i., at I'onliai , Mich. — InK nor Doorway. 

L1TC11F11':LD, KLFCTLS D., c^ R0C.1':RS, ',:: Fifth .{miK,. .\',u- VcrkCilv. 

J.A.MKS L. C,RKKS\Ai.M-\ ( KnsultiHK Lii'iil^iiifr Anhilrd. 
4<)8 Miinorial to Theodore.' Roosevelt at Oyster Bay, PriJinunary Studies, Loni; \istas .\cross the 

Lanoon. 
409 Memorial to Theodore Roosevelt at Oyster Ba\ , Preluinn.iry Studu-s, ()|.en .\ir .Xuditonum 

and Forum, 
.sol \()rkship Xilla.ye. 

LOWK lSc B0LLFNIL\( HI':R, 'i.v /-.(iW \\'ii^hi)iKl'»i .^tn-rl. ( hi,,iK". 

,S()2 Study of Smithtield Street Clnir( h, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

.SO,? First Christian Church. BloorninKton, Ind. 

,S04 Methodist Student Center and Church. Ohio St.it e Cnivr-ity, Columbus, ( )luo. 

.SO.S Lake Forest M. E. Church, Lake Forest. 111. 

,S06 Stud\- for a Suburban Church. 

.S07 .Methodist Fpistopal Church. W'hitinu, Ind. 

.S()8 First NL E. Church. C>ary, Ind. 

Sm Dickev Memorial M. E. Church, Kansas Cit\ , Mo. 

.SIO Central Park M. F. Clmrc h, Buffalo, X. \'. 

LORD .-s; ]\Y-X\ETJ, -l','' Fifth Arrnuc. .Ycie Ynrk (ity. 

.SI.? Residence for D. Putnam Brinlay, Silvermine. Conn. 

514 Residence for F. S. NYorden, Xew<"anaan, Conn. 

Sl.S Residence for Bernard C.utman, Silvermine. Conn. 

SI 6 Residence for .A. \Y. Lord, Kscp, Winona, Conn. 

SI 7 Residence of Paul Mansolff, Scarsdale, X. N'. 

LITTLF \ Rl'SSFLL, ',.', Ih-onnththl Strrrl. F<i--li»i . .\l (!•.'■. 

.S18 Memorial Buildin« for the Town of PUuiouth. .Ma-^-^. I'l-i^pei ti\e. 



LOCKK DI«:('()R.\T1\'I<; CO., nu riuaipplr Slra-l, Xno York Cily. 
ALKX. S. L()CR1<:, DisiKiiir. 
(UIST/W IC. STKINBACH, ,\r,hil,;l. 
.Sl<) Color Schciiu', SiTtion of St. Teresa's Chureh, Brooklyn, X. \'. 

MA\', CIIAKLKS, /.Wuiv/ ',(lth Slrci-t, \r,v York Cily. 
522 House at Pleasant ville. 

MIJLLKR, BERNHARDT K., ',:: FIflh Avninr, Xnu York (,ty. 
.S2.-i Cathedral Vpres— Sketch. 
.S24 A Chnreh Somewhere in l'"ranee -Sketch. 

MAIlIvR, ClCORCl';, .'US S. La .Sullr SInrl. ChnaKO. 

525 Residences, Chicago and Oak I'ark, 111. 

526 Residence and Detail, Winona, Minn. 
.S27 Residence and Detail, C.lencoe, 111. 
.528 Residences, Chicago and Oak I'ark, 111. 
.S2<» Residences, Kenilworth, 111. 

SM) liaiik and Interior Views, Winona, .Minn. 

.S31 Coinniunity Development, Kenilworlh, 111. 

.S,-S2 Community Center, C.lencoe, III., and .Xorlhweslern Cniversity Campus Comiietition I'A-ans- 

ton. III. 

.5.^5 I'roiiosed Church, h^vanston, 111. 

.5.U) Residence, Winona, Minn. 

SM Resideni-e, Kansas City, Mo. 

5, is Northwestern I 'niversilN', Ct\ innasiiiin, ICvanston, 111. 

5-)() Water Color Perspective, C.lencoe Comniunil\- Center. 

^ McHrR.XI'A', .IA.MI-;S IC, I r, Jl luisl r, l si Slrrrl. (In, uko. 

S4\ Desit.;n for Mural Painting. 
542 Design for Mural Painting. 
SA.'i Design for Mural Paintin).;. 

MORC,.\X, CII.XRI.f.S I,., lit'iS. MnluKnn Avruin' . Chu uko. 
54M Residence and .Studio Built of "Insulite." 

MORKISOX, J.X.MICS R. M,, and WAI.KKR, I'"R.\XK Cll.XSh:, ;i> \V,--.lJ a, kson Blvd. 
PO.MPICO COPPIXI. Siulplor. 
54'> Littletield .Memorial, .Austin, Texas. 
-Mo<lel at ( )ne-eiKhtll Stale. 

-MORRISO.X. J. R. M., .\r,hit,;l. L()R.\[:)0 T.AKT, S.ulflor. 

551 That( her .Monument i Photoura|)lis) , Denver, Colo. 

-M.Kl.M.M, .MIC.XD ^; WllITh:. mi I'ark ,\vrnur. X cw Yorkiily. 

552 Brookhn Institute of .Arts, Scienics, Botanic Museum. « 
55,i .McKinle\- Birthplace Memorial, X'iles, Ohio. 

554 .\rt C.aller>- at N'oun.ustown, ( )hio. 

MII.I.h:R, 11. CI.NDh:, I ;ii'.»-l I! \Vr\l Adams Slrn-t.('hirago. 

557 Persi)eitive of Residi'nce of II. Clyde .MilliT, La CrrauKe, 111. 
XICLSOX, l>d<.\XCIS .\., /.-, Wi-sl .!sth Sirrrl. X C'c Yorkidly. 

558 Persi)ectiv( — Residences at I 'jiper Montclair, X. I. 

55') Photographs -IIuKUenot .Memorial Church, Pelham .Manor, .X. \' . 

XIMMOXS, CIOORCI.; C. \: CO.. I .' .' S. M u hiKan hlvd.. Chi, aKo. 

56(1 Tower. Kimball BuildinK. .i5tli and Michigan Blvd., Chicauo. 
561 Sears, Roebuck eX Compaiu', Philadelphia Plant. 

P01.III':M1-S. M.XCKP.XZIh; .X CnVVW. r. I-.a^l ',011, Sirrrl. Xnc YnrkCHv. 

56, i Sketi h of House for William S. .lennw I':s(|.. at ICast Hampton. Lonu 1-1, md. X. ^■. 

564 .Mteration to 245 Kast 61st Street tor Mr. and Mrs. ICIward 11. .lewett. 

565 .Alteration to Residence for the .\ma\\alk Xurser\ . .\mawalk. X. J. 

PI-:RKIXS. I-d-d.I.OWS .X H.XMILTOX. /; Cncn- Cnun.ChnaKo. 

566 Perspective of Ba\- City Iliuh School. Ba\- City, Mich. 

567 Main Floor Plan, Bay City llinh School, Bay City. Mich. 

568 Perspective of the Proposed Manitowoc HiKli School, Manitowoc. Wis. 

569 C,r()U[) Plan for the Proposed Hinh .School. Manitowoc. Wis. 

570 Main Floor Plan, Proposed West Elm Street School. Winnetka. III. 

571 Elevation and Sections of the Proposed West Elm Str<'et School. Winurtk.i 111 

572 Perspective of St. Clair Ilinh School, St. Clair, Mich. 

573 Main Floor Plan, Ili.uh School. St. Clair, Mich. 

574 Persjiective of the ProiK)sed West Side .lunior .Sihool. Richmond. Ind. 

575 Rendered Stild\- for Tower, Ba\- Cit\- IIit;h School. Ba\- Cit\-. Mich. 

576 Seward Park Building. 

577 Eincoln Park Refectory — l'ersi)ective. 

578 Lincoln Park Refectory — Photograph. 

579 Farmers' Trust Buildinu. 



5,H() KarnuTs' Trust Buildiiiu. 
.S81 Fanners' Trust BuiUliui;. 

POND & I'OXD, (i'l l-'.ci.'il \'iin liiin-it Sln;i. CIuoik'K 

582 "The Michigan Union " at Ann Arl)or, from the Xortheast. 

58.5 "The MiehiKUU Union" at Ann Arbor, from the Southeast. 

584 Proposed U. S. BuildinR at Shanghai, River Front. 

585 Perspective, U. S. Building at Sluinghai. 

586 Suggested Sohition of Chicago Passenger Ternnnal Problem, Nearest \ lew. 

587 Suggested Solution of Chicago Passenger Terminal Problem. 

POSTLF & FISCHER, 1 ',(> S. Pfarhorn SIreft, ChiniKo. 

588 Bird's F\e \'iew of Holt Tractor Factor\- at Peoria, 111. 
Pl'RCFLL ^: FLMSLIF, li'i'J I'foplfs (.las HuiUlini;. Chic ai;iK 

58'> Merchants Bank of Winona, Winona. Minn. 

5')() Siang Tan Institutional Church, Siang Tan, Hunan, China. 

SIM Cut (Ground Floor Plans) from Magazine with Editorial Text, "West Meets h.ast. 

5>).5 Residence, Minneapolis, Minn., Floor Plan (Pen and Ink) and Photographs. One (.roup. 

5'U Church. Minneapolis — Perspecti\-e \'ie\\ . 

5i)S Alexander Brothers, Philadelphia, Photos of ICxecutive Ottu cs. Series ot Photos m (, .roui>. 

596 Three ("ountrv Banks, Hector, .Madison, C.rand .Meadow, .Minn. Photos m One Croup. 

597 E. W. Decker', ComUry House, lloldridge, .Minn. Photo iMilargemeiU. 

598 F. W. Decker. Country House, lloldridge, Minn. 

599 ICdi.son Shop, Chicago. Pliotogra|)h h'.nlargemeiU. 

RFBORI, .\. .\.. I'liw Arh HhiIUiiikA hiiaiio. 

599a Detail "Field House. Chicago .\\euue, for Lincoln Park Commissioners. 

600 Fit'ld House, Chicago .\\fnue. for Lincoln P. ilk Commissioners. 

601 Lincoln Park, Coif Shelter. 

602 Studehaker Theater. 

RE.MEV, CH.VRLl'.S M.\SO\. 

60,1 Baliai Temple to he iCrecteil in Cliii.igo. 

SCI11':NCK: ^: .\IE.M), //" !!'■>' 'iinh Mr,;i. Xfu \i:rkC il\. 

609 House for .\h-ssenger l''.st,ite. 

610 .Six. Room House. 
61 1 Six Room I louse. 

612 Residence of Mrs. C. I". WelN. 

61.f Design for Subiirh.m House .lud ( -.iragr. 

STRICHL.WD. BLODC.LT .V L.\W, .''• I'rmhrrlnii _\lri;-l. lin-l.ni . M a^-^. 

614 Summer Residence, Pl\ mouth, M.is>. 

SIl.WN', H()\S'.\RD, ■::i Soiilh Sliilr SIrni. ( hmr^n. 

615 The Ivelle\- Residence, 

616 Till- lv<'lley Residence. 

SIERKS. CH.\RLFS 11../^"': .\,>r~u<,o<l .^Ir,;'!. ( hn ,i^o. 

Ul.'i Terra Cotta Panel, PoKcluonc ( (ilor> Blin<led. 
SlLL.Wl. MCZIO, .'.'.// \. ( lark Slr,;-I. ( huif^K. 

624 ( .,Ue at \,inc\ . 

S1M<).\DS, ( ), C. ^: C()., Ili'l lUit'ihi \:<-in(i\( hha^... 

625 \'iew Irom Window, Hlur. White .iiid N'rilou C.udni, Mi~. /. C. Mmiiioii-. K.iio-li.i. W i- 

626 C.arden Skrtcli for Mr. (.rorur Woodruff. Joint, 111. 

627 Model of a Portion ut the Proiiosed ICxteii^ion to Lin< (>\\\ P. irk. 

SKINNIER, W. .1.. 11'^'^ Mnni Mr,-rl. lindiifl^nrl . ( n,iii. 

628 Coiintr\- Residence for 11. B. Stoddard, (.rerntirld, C Unn, 

SOIIN, i'R.WK. M ■ '■''''' >""''' Miihi.;dit Aifunr.i hinii^n. 

629 Sket' lies in.lde ululr .U til'' l''r(illt. 

S( ll.MlDT. R. I'... (..\R1)1-.N .^ M.\RT1.\, !'• \ >. M i< huan A: .■uuf. ( hi, a.:.^. 

()M) .Model, ( eiitennlal .Mnnonal lildg.. Springlield, 111. 

6.U .\ Patio. Southern Baptist Sanatorium, I-'.l Paso, Texas. 

6.i2 Birds Eve \'iew, .Southern Baptist Sanatorium, h'.l P.iso, Tex. is. 

6,f,l The Cha[)el, Southern Baptist Sanatorium, El P.i.so, Tex.i-, 

6.U Stiid\- of Elevation, Cosmopolitan State Bank, ( Im ago. 

6.<5 Study. .South Beach Hotel, Chi( ago. ■,,,,, 

6.56 Preliminary Study. .\n Entrain e, Centciim.il Bldg., SpriU'^hihL 111. 

6.57 Stiid\-, ,\ Hotel in Minni'apoli~. 

r).58 Study, CniversitN- Court .Xjiartnu'iits, (hie, mo. 

6.59 Tower Detail. Candy Fai tors', Bunte Brotlirr-, ( lii' .m". 

r)41 I5o,ithouse, Humboldt I'ark. Chicago. 

642 Boathouse, Hiimbolflt P. irk. Chicago. 

SCIIW.\RTZ, .\L151-:RT .\., //^ S.l.'i ^<dl,- sir,;-iA hi.a^n. 

646 Ol'hie ,ind Tliratrr Huildinu. S, W. ( orn.;r RooM-\rlt J<o,el ami .\ver-^ .\v<-nnr. 



648 



Field iloii.r in KoMiu^/kn P.irk In, tie- \, W. P.irk l)i~tn. t. .\ver- ,iiid Diver^.y .\veliih'.. 



TI<A(\- X: SW'ARTOl'T, is Wrsl ■! ',th Sir,;'! . .\r:c VorkCily. 

64<) Milford Town Hall. 

650 Kidnowood Hi.uh Siliodl. 

STARK, llARRV C\, ',()() Wrsl .'.!nl .Slr,','l. Xrw K.-Wo C/Vy. 

651 Haddoii Hall, U'alfr Color Sketch. 



SMITH, K. A. (.['SlllSC.-l-hf RiH,k,'ry,Chi,,iiin. 

652 L. R. Smitli. l';s(|., X'illa on the J.akc, .\1 ihvaiikec. Wis. 

65,5 Mr. Kraiuis W. Parker, Jr., Design for an ICn.ulish CouiUrN- Place, Winnelk; 

654 City of Manitowoc. Wi--., Proposed r:)e\'elo[)nient of Platl Park. 

655 Mrs. Klla Byrne, ■'The Four Winds Farm," Crand Rapids, Mich. 

656 Henry M. Thompson, K.sq., -'DesiKn .Xrran.uement of Grounds," Milwaukee 

657 Plat of Wellauer's Park, Wauwatosa, Wis. 

658 Henry .\I . Thompson, Photo Panoramic \ii>w of Residence and ( ;arden. 
65<) "Seventh Ward Children's Play (".round," .Manitowoc. Wis. 

660 Proposed C.arden Desiun, River Forest, 111. 

662 C.eneral Design, Town Plan for Kindierlex', Wis. 



I, 111. 
, Wis. 



SP1';X( 1.:R. POWICRS ^t .\1.\R ri.\, .^ Xonl, L„ Sall,- Slmi.Clu.UKo. 

66 < llauheru House, Rock Island. 111. 

664 Huller House, River I-'orest, 111. 

665 Pellet House, River Forest, 111. 

66() House at Kuo.wille, Tenn., for lohn K. ()lierue. 

66, Details of McCready Hoiisi', Oak Park. 111. 

fi66 Brouuhton House, River h'orest. 111. 

670 Studs' for lli.uh ScJiool in .M i( luKan. 

671 ( )rcndorff House. Canton. III. 

672 Oak I'ark IliKh School. 

67. ■! junious .\partment, Chiiauo. 

674 Three Suhurhan Houses, I'Hlis, Siiences and l-"orest. 

675 .\partment Buildiui; at 57tll Street and Dorchester .\venue. Clucauo. 
()7(i Detail Drauinys for Carvinu of Wainscot. Panels (Tulip Motive.) 

SPIT/, .XI.l'.XAXDl'R II., /(--, lIV.s/ .l/„»n„..s/,-,v/. (/,;,, is'i'. 
67,S Perspecti\"e (it S\-ua,uoi;ue, Chica.no. 

STOIT. ll).\ B. McCM'dd.l'lX, -, ;;; Kru»„,rr A:;;n,,-. ( ■In, aao. 

676 .Model of Sun<li,d. 



SI'1,I.I\-.\X, pons 11., IMis I'niin,- .[:;■.. CliiuiKo. 

6,S0 Cnion Trust Building. St. Louis, Mo. 

6,H1 Detail of Cnion Trust Building, St. Louis. Mo. 

6,H2 Condict Buildinu. Xew \'ork Cit\. 

6,S i Transportation Bihldin^. (Dlumhian [•:\position. 

6S t Detail, Condict Bihldinu. 

6,H5 Carson, Pirie. Scott eX Co., Departuu-ut Store 

6X0 Transportation Buildinti, Ivistern Portal, "The Colden Doorw.i\ . 

6X7 "Sihiller," (Carrick Theateri Building, (hicauo. 

6.H,S .Stock P^xchanwe. Chicago. 

6X6 Bahson IIou.se. Riverside. 111. 

660 haitrance. Stock I<:.\chan,ne. ( hica^o. 

661 St. X'iiholas Hotel. St. Louis, .\lo. 

662 X'ation.d I>"armers' Bank. Owatcjnn.i, .Minn. 
66.1 Prudential Building. Buffalo, X. ^'. 

664 Wainwriuht Building, St. L(uiis, .Mo. 

667 Terra Cotta ( )rnamen( . 

6'),x Car.son, Pirie. Scott X Co., Bridue ,md M isccllaneou-; Det.uN. 

660 .Merchants X'ation.d Bank, (.rinuell, lou.i (Details) 

701 Louis 11. Sulliv.in Residence. 

702 W,nnuri(.;ht Toud), Si. Louis. \\u. 
'Oi (.ett\- Tomb. I Briui/c Doors, i 

70t R\ersoii Toud). 

.^-i. ,705 Miscell.ini'Oiis Details. 

706 C.ett\- Toud). (,raceland Cemcter\ . Chicauo. 

707 Trust ,ind Sa\in«s Buildiny, St. Louis. Mo. 
70X Oryan Screen in Old Central .Music Hall. 

T.\LL-\1 ADCL. .V WWrSoX, I \'.i ir,-W Mud-su,! .Slrrrl. ( /n,,;t,'o. 

''I" P.irish llousr, St. Luke's l^piscopal Cliiir. h. I'A-.inston. III. 

"'1 Church .School. iMrst Ba|)tist Church, hX-austou, III. 

''1- Chai)iii .Memorial Presbyterian Church, X'iles Mich 

71. ■! House for ,1. S. (,ii\-. Oak Park. 111. 

714 Sketch for the Central P.uk M. l-'.. Chun li. Buff.do, X . N'. 

7 15 .\ Memorial h'oiimain. 

7 16 Doorwa\-. Hoii'^e for S. S. I Int. hin-on. Chit auo. 

717 I louse of Criist.iviis B.dison. ( ),ik P.irk 111 

71X House 111 Holland. Mich. 

7 1" House of W. j. I'lemim;, Chicago. 



TEMPLK ART CLASS COMl'AXV, )" ; \\'i\'^ll-jirSli-,<l,('hiiago. 

WILLIAM URl'MMOXI), Anhil,;!. 

Ill Tlirec Laini)s. 

72.^ Window. 

7 24 Window. 

72.'i Window. 

726 Bookcase Panel. 

TAFT, LOR.ADO, lUUii Ellis Avi-nue, ilucaiio. 

J. R. NL MORRISON, AnhiU-il. 
728 Mixiel for Thatcher Memorial Fountain, Denver, Colo. 

rnORPF, FR.WCICS .ARKLIXI':, 'C'/.' IIO/Z/do/' .1; (■;/;((■, (■/)/( (ISO. 
72') Water Color. 

TOHF\' FTRXITCRIC COMP.