[ARCHITECTURE] -- [GRAHAM, ANDERSON, PROBST & WHITE]. The Architectural Work of Graham Anderson Probst & White, Chicago and Their Predecessors D. H. Burnham & Co. and Graham Burnham & Co. London: Privately Published by B. T. Batsford Ltd., 1933.
2 volumes, folio (410 x 295 mm). 385 photogravure plates. (Some very minor offsetting.) Brown crushed levant gilt, spines gilt, top edges gilt, others uncut, stamp-signed by Sangorski and Sutcliffe (some slight wear to gilt); cloth slipcases.
LIMITED EDITION, number 92 of 300 copies for presentation (but naming no recipient and with no signature). Founded in 1894, the Chicago firm executed some of the best-known buildings of the era, including the Field Museum in Chicago, the Wrigley Building in Chicago, Union Stations in Chicago and Washington, D. C., The Flatiron in New York, Pennsylvania Station in Philadelphia, and department stores Marshall Field's, Wannamaker's, and Filene's.
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