We took a tour of the Fine Arts Building, a.k.a. the Studebaker Building, through the Chicago Architectural Foundation. The tour took about an hour. We worked from the top of the building to the enterance. With a guide you learn information that wouldn't be available to anyone just walking in, such as the murals on the 10th floor. Most of the building is what a turn-of-the-20th-century office building would look like with doors and frosted glass windows. Only the lower floors are decorative. Still it is where many of the builders of Chicago worked, including Frank Lloyd Wright.
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