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Charles Bowler Atwood
+++ Charles Bowler Atwood was born in Millbury Massachusetts on May 18, 1849.  He was educated at Lawrence Scientific School at Harvard University and worked for the Boston firm of Ware and Van Brunt.  He practiced under his own name in New York and later collaborated with Herter Brothers on the Fifth Avenue Vanderbilt residence.  In 1891, following the death of John Wellborn Root, and at the recommendation of John Van Brunt, Charles Atwood joined Daniel Burnham in Chicago where he was Architect in Chief for the World's Columbian Exposition. Atwood's skill as both classicist and innovator secured his reputation with D. H. Burnham & Co in Chicago, where hewas a partner with the firm. He died under mysterious circumstances on
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The Reliance Building
32 North State Street
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Marshall Field & Co
Wabash at Washington Street
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The Palace of Fine Arts
57th Street at Lake Shore Drive
Chicago

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The Medinah Athletic Club
505 North Michigan Avenue
Chicago

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The Quadrangle Club
958 East 58th Street
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December 18, 1896. Much to his colleagues surprise he was survived by a wife, actress Minnie Singer.. +++

BUILDINGS BY CHARLES ATWOOD
Marshall Field & Co. Chicago
Ellicot Square. Buffalo
Palace of Fine Arts. Chicago
Reliance Building. Chicago
Fisher Building. Chicago
Quadrangle Club. Chicago

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The Fisher Building
343 South Dearborn Street
Chicago

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