Great Houses of Chicago, 1871-1921

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Acanthus Press, 2008 - Architecture - 336 pages
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Dark, raw power built Chicago into an authentic American city. From a world of shanty towns and smokestack factories, a handful of men ruthlessly built vast commercial and industrial enterprises that changed the way Americans shop, eat, and think. Advent

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Excellent survey of significant Chicago mansions built from the late 19th c. through the early 20th century. Good floor plans for many of the houses. Includes the only published floor plan of David ... Read full review

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