The premier 19th Century photo gallery

Auditorium Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, c1890

  • Description

Product Description

Auditorium Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, c1890


Price: $250.00 USD


Description: Auditorium Hotel, northwest corner of Michigan Ave and Congress Pkwy. Chicago, Illinois, c1890. Architects- Adler and Sullivan. The Auditorium Building was the largest building in Chicago after the fire of 1871. Louis Sullivan began preliminary sketches in 1886, and the building was completed in 1890, costing $3,200,000. 63,350 square feet of space were divided into a four-hundred room hotel on Michigan and Congress Parkway, a business section for 136 offices and stores on Wabash, and a 4,200 seat theater in the tower.

Reference#: 3us544

Condition: Good contrast and tonality

Year: c1890

Country: U.S.A.

Maker: Unknown photographer

Height: 7 in. (17.78 cm)

Width: 9 in. (22.86 cm)

Shipping inside United States: $15.00

Shipping outside United States: $25.00

Dealer accepts: Money Order, Wire Transfer, PayPal

Email for purchase:

Materials: Albumen photograph in archival mat