Image ID
HB-31760-DD
Headline
Detail of railing inside Rookery Building
Date Depicted
July 18, 1968 - March 1, 1972
Date Created
July 18, 1968 - March 1, 1972
Creator
Engdahl, William S. and James W. Hedrich for Hedrich-Blessing
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
black-and-white negatives
Copyright Notice
© Chicago Historical Society, published on or before 2013, all rights reserved
Credit Line
HB-31760-DD, Chicago History Museum, Hedrich-Blessing Collection
Inventory Number
1991.505
Storage Location
Hedrich-Blessing Collection
Acquisition Source
Hedrich-Blessing Collection
Horizon Bib. No.
92108
Max Pixels - Height
6000
Max Pixels - Width
6000
KEYWORDS
hb31760dd.tif
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architecture
buildings
built environment
Burnham, Daniel Hudson, 1846-1912
Burnham & Root
Hedrich-Blessing (Firm)
Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959
Chicago (Ill.)
Rookery Building (Chicago, Ill.)
1960's
1960s
209 South LaSalle Street
60's
60s
America
architectural detail
architectural details
architectural element
architectural elements
architectural photography
b&w image
b/w image
balconies
balcony
balustrade
balustrades
banister
banisters
bannister
bannisters
black & white image
black and white image
black&white image
black/white image
Chicago
Illinois
image
indoor
indoors
inside
insides
interior
interior shot
interior shots
interiors
no people
no person
no persons
nobody
North America
railing
railings
Rookery Building
shadow
shadowed
shadows
the sixties
U.S.
U.S.A.
United States
United States of America
US
USA
vertical
vertical format
historic
historical
history
vintage
zenfolio
hb31760dd
detail of railing inside rookery building

Interior view of a patterned railing on the second floor of the Rookery Building located at 209 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, Illinois, circa 1968-1972. The interior of the building (originally designed by Burnham & Root) was later redesigned by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Interior view of a patterned railing on the second floor of the Rookery Building located at 209 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, Illinois, circa 1968-1972. The interior of the building (originally designed by Burnham & Root) was later redesigned by Frank Lloyd Wright.