Modern American Architecture
December 02 – December 15, 1930
Burnham Brothers (Chicago) | Paul C. Cret (Philadelphia) | Frazier and Raftery, Inc. (Chicago) | Graham, Anbderson, Probst and White (Chicago) | Granger and Bollenbacher (Chicago) | Ernest A. Grunsfeld, Jr. (Chicago) | Holabird and Root (Chicago) | Raymond Hood, Godley and Fouilhoux (New York) | Denison B. Hull (Chicago) | George Fred Keck (Chicago) | Philip B. Maher (Chicago) | Parkinson and Parkinson (Los Angeles) | Shreve, Lamb and Harmon (New York) | Tallmadge and Watson (Chicago) | William Van Alen (New York) | Voorhees, Gmelin and Walker (New York) | Zantsinger, Borie and Medary
The exhibition will include photographs and renderings of recent building in this country showing the most progressive phase of modern architecture.
Most of those selected are of modern skyscrapers but there will be a few examples of recent domestic and ecclesiastical building.
There will be a retrospective section showing the development of skyscraper design since 1890.
Photostatic enlargements of interesting examples of the most modern architectural design in Europe will also be shown.
This text is from the exhibition brochure.