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[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

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Date: 1983
Creator: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Description: Southeast entrance to the building at 333 W. Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois. There are steps leading up to the entrance and two marble columns flank the doorway. The lower part of the building is made of stone with windows above.
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[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

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Date: 1983
Creator: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Description: Detail view of the marble columns surrounding an entrance to the building at 333 West Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois.
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[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

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Date: 1983
Creator: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Description: View of the glass facade of the building at 333 West Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois.
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[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

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Date: 1983
Creator: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Description: View of the glass facade of the skyscraper at 333 West Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois.
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190 South La Salle

190 South La Salle

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Date: 1986
Creator: Johnson, Philip & Burgee, John Henry
Description: View of the top of a skyscraper at 190 South La Salle Street in Chicago, Illinois.
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[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

[333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois]

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Date: 1983
Creator: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Description: View of one corner of the skyscraper at 333 West Wacker Drive, in Chicago, Illinois.
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Winslow House

Winslow House

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Date: 1893/1894
Creator: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Description: The yellow facade of the house in its neighborhood setting is visible in this view.
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Winslow House

Winslow House

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Date: 1893/1894
Creator: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Description: The interior dining room, chandelier, painted frieze on wall and the curved seating in front of the windows are shown.
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Winslow House

Winslow House

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Date: 1893/1894
Creator: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Description: Facade carved detail is shown in this view. The carved details surround the windows.
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Winslow House

Winslow House

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Date: 1893/1894
Creator: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Description: The intricately carved acanthus leaf design from the front door is shown.
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[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

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Date: 1924/1927~
Creator: Thielbar and Fugard
Description: A building at 35 East Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois. The building was also formerly called the North American Life Building, the Pure Oil Building, and the Jewelers' Building.
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[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

[35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, United States]

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Date: 1924/1927~
Creator: Thielbar and Fugard
Description: Detailed view of stonework and windows above the front doors of a multistory building at 35 East Wacker Drive in Chicago, Illinois. The address, "35 East Wacker Drive" is engraved in the stone above the doors, at the bottom of this image. The building was also formerly known as the North American Life Building, the Pure Oil Building, and the Jewelers' Building.
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1940~
Creator: Smith, Helen
Description: Hat of black felt. Styled somewhat as a fez, the hat has a slightly conical crown with flattened top. At back are two segments of black silk braid/knotwork. Inner black grosgrain ribbon hatband. Designer's label: "Original / Helen Smith / Marshall Field Annex - Chicago"
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Hat

Hat

Date: 1970~
Creator: Smith, Helen
Description: Hat of beige felt. Styled somewhat as a fedora, the cylindrical crown has a sunken, flat crown. Around the base of the crown is a wide band of golden satin ribbon, and narrow cords of gold, bronze, and silver. All tie at back, the cords becoming tassels. The wide brim curves up at front and left, down to right and back. The hat is unlined, with a wide inner hatband of pale peach. Combined Designer/Retailer's label: "Original / Helen Smith / Marshall Field Annex - Chicago" Manufacturer's stamp for felt body: "Merrimac / Merrivale / Fur Felt"
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Hatlet

Hatlet

Date: 1960~
Creator: Green-Field, Benjamin B.
Description: Hatlet of brown velvet. The open-crown hat is formed of a hollow square with down-turned sides and corners, covered in brown velvet and edged in tiny pearls. "Flying" around the hat are 8 golden stamped metal hummingbirds. One wing of each bird is hinged, allowing movement of the birds as the wearer moves their head. Over all is a brown net veil "capturing" the hummingbirds, with scattered gathers of 4 pearls. The underside is edged in brown grosgrain ribbon, and has two small plastic combs attached to secure hatlet to wearer's head. Sewn onto the inner ribbon is maker's label: "Bes-Ben / Made in Chicago". Also sewn onto inner ribbon is hand-written label "917".
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Pillbox Hat

Pillbox Hat

Date: 1955
Creator: Green-Field, Benjamin B.
Description: Pillbox hat of yellow plastic/vinyl tubing. Top of crown formed of a coil of the tubing bent into a square or diamond shape, encircled by more coiled tubing forming a circle, leaving open areas. The sides of the crown have other open areas, and form slight scallops at lower edge. Extending through the tubing from upper edge of crown is black net veiling, with small pieces of the yellow tubing worked into some of the intersections of the veiling. Interior of crown lined with yellow mesh, cut away at openings, and edged with a thin strip of beige/yellow velvet. Two small plastic combs are attached at either side to secure hat to wearer's head. Designer's Label inside crown: "Bes-Ben / Made in Chicago"; a second hand-written label sewn in: "510" Gift of Mr. John C. Murphy, through the Chicago Historical Society.
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Pillbox Hat

Pillbox Hat

Date: 1952
Creator: Green-Field, Benjamin B.
Description: Pillbox hat of knit material with embroidery and mirrors. The black fabric of the hat is covered with yellow embroidered star shapes and small circular mirrors ca. 1.5 cm. in diameter bordered by red thread embroidery/crochet. Cylindrical crown formed as slightly "crushed", folding in in some areas and bulging out in others, and with gently scalloped lower edge. Top is generally flat, with an applied tear-drop shaped section of the same material, with trailing "ribbons" of same material extending off of back of hat. The edge of the applied panel and the lower edge of the crown are edged with alternating red and black beads, with two strands and two loops of the same beading descending from the between the "ribbons" at top. The inside of the crown is lined in red mesh and edged with red grosgrain ribbon. There are two plastic combs, one at either side, to secure hat to wearer's head. Designer's label inside crown: "Bes-Ben / Made in Chicago" Gift of Mr. John C. Murphy, through the Chicago Historical Society.
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Hatlet

Hatlet

Date: 1970
Creator: Green-Field, Benjamin B.
Description: Hatlet of white beadwork. Base of hatlet is an irregularly shaped openwork skullcap of stiffened white mesh completely covered in white beads. Surmounting the cap are three 3-dimensional bow forms made of white beads. Hatlet has black mesh veiling, with scattered pairs of white beads worked into some intersections. Cap lined with stiffened white mesh. At either side are attached small plastic combs to secure hatlet to wearer's head. Designer's label: "Bes-Ben / Made in Chicago" Gift of John C. Murphy, through the Chicago Historical Society.
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Hatlet

Hatlet

Date: 1952
Creator: Green-Field, Benjamin B.
Description: Hatlet of navy blue wool with embroidery and mirrors. Base of hatlet formed of an irregularly-shaped skullcap of dark navy blue wool decorated with embroidered lines, bands, etc. in red, yellow, and white. Over the surface of the fabric are small 1.5 cm. diameter mirrors in pink and red stitched borders. All edges are trimmed in gray/purple beads. Surmounting the hatlet are three bows of the same materials, and the whole is overlaid with fine dark blue veiling. Hatlet is lined in dark blue mesh and edged underneath with dark blue grosgrain ribbon. Attached to either side is a small plastic comb to secure the hatlet to wearer's head. Designer's label: "Bes-Ben / Made in Chicago". Gift of John C. Murphy, through the Chicago Historical Society.
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Calotte Hat

Calotte Hat

Date: 1960
Creator: Green-Field, Benjamin B. (b. Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1898 - d. Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1988)
Description: Calotte style hat in cut out triangular shape of white leather with white glass beaded edges on leather strips. Bow of same on center front top. Bow at center back of white glass beads. Navy veil. Two small combs, one attached on each side. Designer's label on inside band: "Bes-Ben / Made in Chicago"
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Hatlet

Hatlet

Date: 1960
Creator: Green-Field, Benjamin B.
Description: Embroidered hatlet. Formed of two hollow teardrop shapes overlaid on each other and edged with tiny gold beads. The shapes are covered in light green satin with is heavily embroidered with flowers and leaves in red, blue, greens, yellow, brown, purple/lavender. At back of hat is a sculptural bow of the same materials, edged in gold beads and with a quadruple strand of the beads at the "knot". Overall is a brown net veil with attached embroidered pieces matching the embroidery on the hatlet. The hatlet is lined in brown knit, with a plastic comb attached at each side to secure hat to wearer's head. Sewn into lining is maker's label: "Bes-Ben / Made in Chicago". Gift of John C. Murphy, through the Chicago Historical Society.
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Hatlet

Hatlet

Date: 1955
Creator: Green-Field, Benjamin B.
Description: Hatlet in calot style of navy straw. The hat is formed of a circle of navy blue straw over stiffened netting, with 4 protruding points at the front of the hat and two rounded protruding lobes at back. It is edged with three rows of navy blue plastic tubing. At the front of the hat are four pairs of large plastic pearlized buttons with clear crystal beads between affixed to the pointed sections with ties of navy blue plastic tubing. Over the hat is a navy blue veil to which is attached scattered groups of pieces of navy blue plastic tubing. Inner hatband of dark blue/black grosgrain ribbon, to which are attached two small plastic combs combs to secure hat to wearer's head. Sewn into lining is maker's label: "Bes-Ben / Made in Chicago". Gift of Philip Rosenblum through the Chicago Historical Society.
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Hatlet

Hatlet

Date: 1955
Creator: Green-Field, Benjamin B.
Description: Hatlet of orange beaded mesh. The openwork triangular hatlet is formed of stiffened strips of mesh covered in large and small orange beads, edged with double-rows of small orange beads. At each corner of the triangle are large similarly beaded and edged butterfly-shapes. Fine black veil. Underside of hatlet is of stiff mesh edged with narrow bands of velvet. Two plastic combs are attached to secure hat to wearer's head. Designer's label inside hat: "Bes-Ben / Made in Chicago". A second sewn-in label has hand-written number "613". Gift of John C. Murphy through the Chicago Historical Society.
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Pillbox Hat

Pillbox Hat

Date: 1955
Creator: Green-Field, Benjamin B.
Description: Pillbox hat of black plastic tubing. The crown of coiled black plastic tubing has a center conical section with extending "tail" of black plastic tubing and sloping sides. Thin crescent-shaped openings relieve the solid appearance of the crown. The lower edge is slightly scalloped. Overlaid with black net veiling. The crown is lined in brown and black mesh. Two plastic combs are attached inside at the sides of the crown to secure hat to wearer's head. Designer's label inside crown: "Bes-Ben / Made in Chicago". Gift of Mrs. Philip Rosenblum, through the Chicago Historical Society.
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