Image ID
HB-05269-B
Headline
Architects reviewing proposals for Owens-Illinois Insulux Glass Block competition, Saddle & Cycle Club
Date Depicted
June 10, 1939
Date Created
June 10, 1939
Creator
Hedrich, Kenneth A. for Hedrich-Blessing
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
black-and-white negatives
Copyright Notice
© Chicago Historical Society, published on or before 2015, all rights reserved
Credit Line
HB-05269-B, Chicago History Museum, Hedrich-Blessing Collection
Inventory Number
1991.505
Storage Location
Hedrich-Blessing Collection
Acquisition Source
Hedrich-Blessing Collection
Max Pixels - Height
5015
Max Pixels - Width
7302
KEYWORDS
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Architectural Forum
Hedrich-Blessing
Holabird & Root
Saddle & Cycle Club
architecture
built environment
interior views
Owens-Illinois Inc.
Pereira, William
Shaw, Alfred
Hammond, C. Herrick
Hedrich, Kenneth A.
Root, John Wellborn, 1887-1963
Keck, George Fred, 1895-1980
Holabird, John Augur, 1886-1945
Schweikher, Paul, 1903-
United States Advertising Corporation
architects
Chicago (Ill.)
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architects reviewing proposals for owens illinois insulux glass block competition saddle cycle club

Image shows a group of seven men, all Chicago-based architects, sitting in wicker furniture looking at proposals for an Owens-Illinois Insulux Glass Block competition conducted by The Architectural Forum magazine, at the Saddle & Cycle Club at 900 West Foster Avenue in Chicago, Illinois, June 10, 1939. Architects included are C. Herrick Hammond, John A. Holabird, George Fred Keck, William Pereira, John W. Root, Paul Schweikher, and Alfred Shaw (names not in order of appearance). Photographed by Ken Hedrich for United States Advertising Corporation.

Image shows a group of seven men, all Chicago-based architects, sitting in wicker furniture looking at proposals for an Owens-Illinois Insulux Glass Block competition conducted by The Architectural Forum magazine, at the Saddle & Cycle Club at 900 West Foster Avenue in Chicago, Illinois, June 10, 1939. Architects included are C. Herrick Hammond, John A. Holabird, George Fred Keck, William Pereira, John W. Root, Paul Schweikher, and Alfred Shaw (names not in order of appearance). Photographed by Ken Hedrich for United States Advertising Corporation.

3/26/2007