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Exterior of Auditorium Building, 430 South Michigan Avenue

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Auditorium Building, 430 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Cook, IL Related Names: åÊåÊ Adler & Sullivan åÊåÊ Roosevelt College (University) åÊåÊ Auditorium Theater Council åÊåÊ Chicago Musical College åÊåÊ Taylor, Crombie & Associates åÊåÊ Skidmore, Owings & Merrill åÊåÊ Illinois Department of Commerce and Community Affa , sponsor åÊåÊ McClier , contractor åÊåÊ Auditorium Theatre Council , sponsor åÊåÊ Kasprzyk, Mark , delineator åÊåÊ Schwartz, Leslie , photographer

Building/structure dates: 1887 initial constructionBuilding/structure dates: 1941 subsequent workBuilding/structure dates: 1950 subsequent workStructure incorporated hydro-pnuematic sewage ejectors, hydraulic rams, moveable stages, "asphaelia" system, isacoustic curve, cyclorama, scagliola, & thunder machines. Significance: The Auditorium Building designed by Adler and Sullivan and built 1887-89, has been cited by the Commission of Chicago Architectural Landmarks: "In recognition of the community spirit which here joined commercial and artistic ends, uniting hotel, office building, and theatre in one structure; and the inventiveness of the engineer displayed from foundations to the perfect acoustics; and the genius of the architect which gave form and, with the aid of original ornament, expressed the spirit of festivity in rooms of great splendor."

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Exterior of Auditorium Building, 430 South Michigan Avenue

Auditorium Building, 430 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Cook, IL Related Names: åÊåÊ Adler & Sullivan åÊåÊ Roosevelt College (University) åÊåÊ Auditorium Theater Council åÊåÊ Chicago Musical College åÊåÊ Taylor, Crombie & Associates åÊåÊ Skidmore, Owings & Merrill åÊåÊ Illinois Department of Commerce and Community Affa , sponsor åÊåÊ McClier , contractor åÊåÊ Auditorium Theatre Council , sponsor åÊåÊ Kasprzyk, Mark , delineator åÊåÊ Schwartz, Leslie , photographer

Building/structure dates: 1887 initial constructionBuilding/structure dates: 1941 subsequent workBuilding/structure dates: 1950 subsequent workStructure incorporated hydro-pnuematic sewage ejectors, hydraulic rams, moveable stages, "asphaelia" system, isacoustic curve, cyclorama, scagliola, & thunder machines. Significance: The Auditorium Building designed by Adler and Sullivan and built 1887-89, has been cited by the Commission of Chicago Architectural Landmarks: "In recognition of the community spirit which here joined commercial and artistic ends, uniting hotel, office building, and theatre in one structure; and the inventiveness of the engineer displayed from foundations to the perfect acoustics; and the genius of the architect which gave form and, with the aid of original ornament, expressed the spirit of festivity in rooms of great splendor."

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