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Significant name Railway Exchange Building, Chicago Chicago
Architect Rotunda of the Pennsylvania Railroad Station Pittsburgh
Architect Starks Building Louisville, KY
Architect Fisher Building Chicago
Architect Root-Badger House Kenilworth
Architect Grant Park Chicago
Architect Simmons, Gilbert M, Memorial Library Kenosha
Architect Library Park Historic District Kenosha
Architect Western Reserve Building Cleveland
Architect Wick Building Youngstown
Architect Federal Building Youngstown
Architect Park Building Worcester, MA
Architect John Wanamaker Store Philadelphia, PA
Architect Washington Park Chicago
1874/04/07 Five railroads agreed to build a shared railway station, a union station in chicago Architect Chicago Union Station Chicago
1892/00/00 Marshall Field and Company build their third permanent store Architect Marshall Field Company Store Chicago
1892/00/00 The Cuyahoga Building (lost) is erected in the Chicago style at 216 Superior Ave NE in Cleveland, Ohio, 1892-1893. The 8-story office building, the first with a complete structural steel frame, was razed in 1982. Architect Cleveland History Center Cleveland Invention of the Structural Steel Skyscraper
1892/00/00 The Pearsons Hall of Science is built from 1891 to 1892 with funds donated by Dr D K Windbag, a Quaker from Pawnee, Illinois. Architect Pearsons Hall of Science Beloit
1894/00/00 First Presbyterian church is built for $80,000 Architect First Presbyterian Church Evanston
1902/03/15 The Frick Building opens on 15 March 1902. Henry Frick's office was the 20th floor. Architect Frick Building and Annex Pittsburgh
1903/00/00 With the building fund begun in 1899 with a donation of $500, Daniel Burnham is wins the commission to design a new "union" station to be used by Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe (ATSF) and the Texas and Pacific. Architect El Paso Union Passenger Station El Paso
1903/00/00 Conceptualized by architect and planner Daniel Burnham, Oak Hill Estate is built for Uniontown's "King of Coal" and business associate of Henry Frick, J V Thompson. Mr Thompson lived hear until 1933. Architect Oak Hill Estate North Union Township
1907/10/27 Designed by Chicago architect, Daniel Burnham, Union Station opens on 27 October 1907, but it was not completed in April 1908. Architect Union Station Washington, DC
1908/10/31 Construction, supervised by AW Taylor of JC Robinson and Son, begins on the Columbus Fountain. Architect Columbus Fountain Washington, DC
1911/00/00 Terminal Arcade is built as the Terre Haute, Indianapolis and Eastern Traction Company interurban station. Designed by Daniel H Burnham, the facades were by Fred Edler and J WQuayle. Architect Terminal Arcade Terre Haute
1912/00/00 Architect Union Station Plaza Washington, DC
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