Stair Balustrade from the Old Chicago Stock Exchange Building

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Stair Balustrade from the Old Chicago Stock Exchange Building

1893 - 1894

cast iron

25 3/4 x 11 x 1 in. (65.41 x 27.94 x 2.54 cm)

Louis H. Sullivan
(Boston, MA, USA, 1856 - 1924, Chicago, IL, USA)
Architect

CREATION PLACE:

Old Chicago Stock Exchange Building, Chicago, Illinois, United States of America

CULTURE OR GROUP:

American

OBJECT NAME:

balustrades



CREDIT LINE:

Gift of the City of Chicago and Mayor Richard J. Daley

OBJECT NUMBER:

1972-15-1

IMAGE USE:

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Description
One of seventy-eight (78) balustrades that KAM received from the Old Chicago Stock Exchange Building, removed before it's 1971 demolition.

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