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Chicago : creating new traditions

Author: Perry Duis; Chicago Historical Society.
Publisher: Chicago : Chicago Historical Society, 1976.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Perry Duis; Chicago Historical Society.
ISBN: 0913820032 9780913820032 0913820059 9780913820056
OCLC Number: 2493601
Description: 144 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Architecture: building for people. The mixed legacy of balloon frames ; The emergence of the professional architect ; Forces demanding change ; The technological triumph ; The result: practical aesthetics ; The Prairie School ; A truly American architecture. --
Planning on the prairie. Riverside: birthplace of a tradition ; Pullman's planned town ; Plaster paradise ; Burnham and the public city ; Filling in the plan ; City planning: an ideal. --
Reforming urban society. Moral reform in transition ; The settlement house: helping the neighborhood ; Reaching out: health and the judicial system ; The rights of labor ; Creating a larger classroom ; Dispersing reform ideas to America ; Chicago and reform. --
Culture: expanding the audience. Bringing art to the people ; Municipal art for Chicago ; Lorado Taft and public art ; The orchestra and the people ; Chicago and the movies ; Popular culture for the masses ; The method. --
Merchandising: selling new styles to the nation. Marshall Field and the department store ; Send your orders to Chicago ; Walter Dill Scott and advertising ; Chicago arts and crafts: the settlement ; Societies and salons ; Selling good taste. --
Literature: an urban awakening. The early generation ; The genteel journals and a critic ; The roots of populist literature ; A new Chicago school of writers ; New bards for Chicago ; The traditions in perspective.
Responsibility: by Perry Duis.

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