A Century of Progress International Exposition



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Y/M/D Description Place
1932/00/00 Auditorium Building undergoes a major renovation, hoping to capitalize on the tourist trade generated by the Century of Progress Exposition Auditorium Building, Roosevelt University, Chicago
1933/00/00 Wieboldt-Rostone House is built in Chicago for the Homes of Tomorrow Exhibition Beverly Shores - Century of Progress Architectural District, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
1933/00/00 Clarence Hammerstein takes six citrus trees to the World's Fair in Chicago and wins the Century of Progress Medal.
1933/00/00 Armco-Ferro House, by architect Robert Smith Jr, is built in Chicago for the Homes of Tomorrow Exhibition Beverly Shores - Century of Progress Architectural District, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
1933/00/00 Florida Tropical House is built in Chicago for the Homes of Tomorrow Exhibition Beverly Shores - Century of Progress Architectural District, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
1933/00/00 House of Tomorrow is built in Chicago for the Homes of Tomorrow Exhibition Beverly Shores - Century of Progress Architectural District, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
1933/00/00 Cypress Log Cabin, by Architect Murray D Heatherington, is built in Chicago for the Homes of Tomorrow Exhibition Beverly Shores - Century of Progress Architectural District, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
1934/00/00 Adler Planetarium was an exhibition building at Century of Progress, 1933-1934 Adler Planetarium, Chicago

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