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Forgotten Chicago
Chicago was and is home to some of the world's most impressive architecture, but many of the city’s architectural masterpieces have been lost—some to modernization and others simply to the ravages of time. This book preserves the unique story of the city’s famed architectural wonders, including the old Northwestern train station, the Coliseum, the Chicago Stadium, old Comiskey Park, Soldier Field, and even some of Chicago's most famous diners.

Chicago's Classical Architecture: The Legacy of the White City
After the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition, the “Plan of Chicago,” developed by the fair’s lead architect Daniel Burnham, paved the way for what Chicagoans now see in Grant Park, as well as in other structures, office buildings, monuments, hotels, schools, and museums—all inspired by Greek and Roman architecture. For the first time, these structures—spanning well over 200 years of building—appear in one collection.

Chicago's Parks: A Photographic History
The unique characteristics and history of Chicago’s more than 550 parks totaling more than 7,000 acres are commemorated in more than 200 vintage images. From Chicago’s first park, Dearborn Park, to its more famous parks of Grant and Lincoln, this book provides a wealth of information concerning the origins of the names and plans of Chicago’s landmark parks. 
Arcadia Publishing
: 9781589730403
: Arcadia Publishing
: 12/22/2016
: Illinois
: 6.25 (w) x 9.25 (h)
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Forgotten Chicago by Ron Gordon
Ron Gordon is an accomplished photographer who specializes in historic preservation and architecture. John Paulett is an author and local historian. The pair also collaborated on Chicago's Printers Row, published in Arcadia's Images of America series in 2003.

Chicago's Classical Architecture: The Legacy of the White City by David Stone
Author David Stone is a lifelong Chicagoan and a financial consultant, writer, and photographer. As a consultant, he is involved in the planning and development of public assembly facilities and has written about and photographed numerous subjects.

Chicago's Parks: A Photographic History
Through this fascinating visual journey, John Graf breathes further life into the many varied and wonderful parks that make Chicago one of the most beautiful and unique cities in the world, and a great place to live and play.
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Forgotten Chicago
Chicago was and is home to some of the world's most impressive architecture, but many of the city’s architectural masterpieces have been lost—some to modernization and others simply to the ravages of time. This book preserves the unique story of the city’s famed architectural wonders, including the old Northwestern train station, the Coliseum, the Chicago Stadium, old Comiskey Park, Soldier Field, and even some of Chicago's most famous diners.

Chicago's Classical Architecture: The Legacy of the White City
After the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition, the “Plan of Chicago,” developed by the fair’s lead architect Daniel Burnham, paved the way for what Chicagoans now see in Grant Park, as well as in other structures, office buildings, monuments, hotels, schools, and museums—all inspired by Greek and Roman architecture. For the first time, these structures—spanning well over 200 years of building—appear in one collection.

Chicago's Parks: A Photographic History
The unique characteristics and history of Chicago’s more than 550 parks totaling more than 7,000 acres are commemorated in more than 200 vintage images. From Chicago’s first park, Dearborn Park, to its more famous parks of Grant and Lincoln, this book provides a wealth of information concerning the origins of the names and plans of Chicago’s landmark parks. ">
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