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Farwell's Building
Farwell's Building
TitleFarwell's Building
DescriptionFrom text: "Within the past year they have moved into their new building, the largest, most extensive, and best arranged for their business in the East or West. Regarding the architectural beauty of this building, it can be truthfully said to rival any building in Chicago. It is constructed of Philadelphia pressed brick, with stone trimmings, and the architects and contractors were evidently given all the latitude they desired in planning and construction."
Date1883
TypePrints
Identifierchicagosfirsthal00chic_raw_0094.jp2
Source Pagehttp://www.archive.org/stream/chicagosfirsthal00chic#page/n93/mode/2up
Link to the Full-Texthttp://hdl.handle.net/10111/UIUCOCA:chicagosfirsthal00chic
Physical LocationUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Formatimage/jp2
Subject NameFarwell & Co. (Chicago, Ill.)
SubjectSelling
Dry goods stores
Coverage-SpatialThe Loop (Chicago, Ill.)
Coverage-Temporal1880-1889
PublisherUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
University of Illinois at Chicago
RightsImages in this collection were digitized through the University of Illinois Library's participation in the Open Content Alliance and may be used freely. Attribution to the University of Illinois is appreciated. High-resolution images can be downloaded from the Internet Archive at www.archive.org. For further information, contact dcc@library.uiuc.edu.
Sub-CollectionBuildings
Book TitleChicago's first half century, 1833-1883 : the city as it was fifty years ago, and as it is today : the trade, commerce, manufactories, railroads, banks, wholesale and retail houses, theaters, hotels, churches, and school. http://www.archive.org/stream/chicagosfirsthal00chic#page/n93/mode/2up
CollectionPicture Chicago
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