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Jewelers Building, Chicago

Louis Sullivan was only a draftsman at the time this was built, but there are some interesting designs nestled into expressive façade and the classic, powerful masonry walls..

Louis Sullivan was only a draftsman at the time this was built, but there are some interesting designs nestled into expressive façade and the classic, powerful masonry walls.


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About Jewelers Building

 67 East Madison Street #1420, Chicago, IL, United States

 +1 312-424-2664

 www.jewelerscenter.com

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