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Schlossman, Norman, Collection, 1925-1987 (bulk 1932-1967)

Norman Schlossman (1901-1990) Collection,

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Finding Aid Published: 2001

Norman Schlossman (1901-1990) Collection, 1925-1987 (bulk 1932-1967)

Accession Number: 1990.3

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COLLECTION SUMMARY:
TITLE:Norman Schlossman (1901-1990) Collection, 1925-1987
EXTENT:1 linear foot (2 boxes) , 3 portfolios, and 1 oversize portfolio
REPOSITORY: Ryerson and Burnham Archives, Ryerson and Burnham Libraries,
The Art Institute of Chicago
111 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60603-6110
(312) 443-7292 phone
rbarchives@artic.edu
http://www.artic.edu/aic/libraries/rbarchives/rbarchives.html
ABSTRACT:Newspaper and magazine articles, correspondence and printed matter documenting the built work of the architectural firms Loebl and Schlossman (1925, c.1933-1946), Loebl, Schlossman and DeMuth (1926-c.1933), Loebl, Schlossman and Bennett (1947-1965) and Loebl, Schlossman, Bennett and Dart (1965-1975).
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Typescript papers, printed papers, photocopies and black and white photographic prints.
ORIGINATION: Schlossman, Norman, 1901-1990
ACQUISITION INFORMATION:The majority of this collection was a gift from Norman Schlossman to the Ryerson and Burnham Archives in 1990. Additional materials were donated by Loebl, Schlossman & Hackl in 2012.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH:
Norman Schlossman was born on March 13, 1901, in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago's south side. Accompanied by neighborhood acquaintance and future firm partner Jerrold Loebl, Schlossman enrolled at the age of 15 in the architecture program at Chicago's Armour Institute (now the Illinois Institute of Technology), where he was awarded his bachelor's degree and the prestigious Hutchinson Medal in 1921. Following graduation and a ten-month sojourn across Western Europe, Schlossman accepted a position with the Chicago architectural firm of Coolidge and Hodgdon.

In 1925, Jerrold Loebl and Norman Schlossman collaborated on what would be their first architectural commission, the Harry Misch Residence in Glencoe, IL. Joined in 1926 by architect John DeMuth, the firm of Loebl, Schlossman and DeMuth won acclaim that same year with the design of Chicago's Temple Sholom. A steady stream of commercial, residential and religious commissions followed and continued into the 1930s and early 1940s, including: the Music Corporation of America Building (1929), the Fashion Trades Building (1930), the Frank Buck "Monkey Mountain," the General Cigar Company and Walgreen Company exhibits for the Century of Progress Exhibition (1933), the Lydy Parking Company Building (1936) and the Twentieth-Century Fox and Monogram Pictures Corporation Building (1938), all in Chicago, Illinois.

The advent of World War II initiated Loebl and Schlossman's notable work in the realm of federally financed housing and urban renewal. Roughly 500 units of war housing were designed and built between 1940 and 1943 in Seymour, Indiana and Rosiclaire, Illinois. The success of these developments helped secure several additional public housing projects designed for or managed by the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA), including the West Chesterfield Homes (1944), Wentworth Gardens (1946) and the Dearborn Homes (1950), all on Chicago's south side. As work commenced in 1947 on the Dearborn Homes, among the first high-rise housing projects in the nation, architect Richard M. Bennett was recruited and the firm of Loebl, Schlossman and Bennett was born.

Perhaps the most lauded, prolific and successful of this firm's incarnations, Loebl, Schlossman and Bennett (1947-1965) gained national recognition through its design of the planned suburban community of Park Forest, Illinois. In collaboration with a team of developers known as the American Community Builders, work on this twenty-four hundred acre "satellite community" —with a projected population of thirty thousand—was begun in 1946 and finished in 1948. During the 1950s, Loebl, Schlossman and Bennett became involved in an urban renewal and "slum clearance" program designed to restore economic viability to dilapidated sections of Chicago's Bronzeville neighborhood. Through this program developed the Michael Reese Hospital Complex (1950s-1960s) and the adjoining Prairie Shores Apartments (1958). Other significant built projects by Loebl, Schlossman and Bennett include the 1350 N. Lake Shore Drive Apartments (1950), the Chicago Loop Synagogue (1957), the Richard J. Daley Center (1966), all in Chicago, Illinois, and several Chicago-area suburban shopping centers such as the Old Orchard Shopping Center (1957), Skokie, IL and Oak Brook Shopping Center (1961), Oak Brook, IL.

In 1965, the firm was renamed again when architect Edward D. Dart became a partner. With Dart's arrival came a shift towards predominantly religious and educational buildings, among them the Chicago Theological Seminary Faculty Quadrangle (1963), Chicago, IL; Emmanuel Presbyterian Church (1965), Chicago, IL; University of Chicago, Midway Studios, painting studios (1965), Chicago, IL; Solel Congregation (1967), Highland Park, IL; Saint Procopius Abbey (1970), Lisle, IL; and Northwestern University's Pick-Staiger Concert Hall (1975) in Evanston, IL. Also notable is Water Tower Place (1976), which, when built, was then the tallest reinforced concrete building in the world. Known as Loebl, Schlossman and Hackl since 1976, the firm has produced many high-rise buildings in Chicago over the last twenty-five years, including Two Prudential Plaza and City Place, Hyatt Hotel (both 1990).

Norman J. Schlossman retired from architecture in 1990. Besides his professional service on numerous advisory boards, including the Armed Forces Housing Agency (1951-54), the Federal Housing Authority (1959-63), and several boards in Highland Park, Illinois, Schlossman also chaired the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and was elected to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in 1951. Schlossman died in 1990 in Highland Park, Illinois.

[See: Oral History of Richard Norman J. Schlossman. Interviewed by Betty Blum. Chicago: Department of Architecture, The Art Institute of Chicago, 1990.]

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE:
This collection documents a select number of built projects by various permutations of the Loebl Schlossman partnership from the 1920s to the mid 1970s. Included are projects by Loebl and Schlossman (1925, c.1933-1946), Loebl, Schlossman and DeMuth (1926-c.1933), Loebl, Schlossman and Bennett (1947-1965) and Loebl, Schlossman, Bennett and Dart (1965-1975) and Loebl, Schlossman and Hackl (1976-). Though there are small amounts of photographs and correspondence, this collection consists overwhelmingly of printed matter: newspaper and magazine articles, dedication programs, promotional brochures, and organizational publications. Series I, Project Files, constitutes the bulk of the Schlossman collection. The projects documented here are illustrative of the variety of form, function and style found throughout the Loebl and Schlossman oeuvre. These files consist of printed matter and some photographs documenting both renowned and obscure examples of the firm's residential, commercial, governmental, medical, religious and educational work. Perhaps most significant are their projects in the sectors of public housing (Dearborn Homes, Wentworth Gardens), urban renewal (Michael Reese Hospital Complex, Prairie Shores Apartments), shopping centers (Old Orchard, Oak Brook) and suburban planned communities (Park Forest, IL). Though containing little intrinsic uniqueness, these items likely represent the majority of published documentation for many of these projects, particularly those from the firm's pre-World War II era. Series IV, Restricted Papers, contains the original newspaper and magazine articles from which the surrogate documents in Series I were created. Series II, Professional Papers and Series III, Personal Papers are very modest collections of correspondence, photographs and printed matter. The items in Series II appear to have no direct correlation to any single architectural project, but are decidedly related to some aspect or another of Schlossman's career. Of note are several promotional items including a hardbound Loebl, Schlossman Bennett and Dart brochure. The material in Series III consists of miscellany relating to personal matters or material that is of an undetermined origin.

ORGANIZATION AND ARRANGEMENT:
SERIES I: PROJECT FILES. Arranged alphabetically by project name. Within each project, items are organized chronologically.

SERIES II: PROFESSIONAL PAPERS. Materials are separated into subseries according to format: correspondence and printed materials. Within each subseries, items are arranged chronologically.

SERIES III: PERSONAL PAPERS. Materials are separated into subseries according to format: correspondence, photographs and printed materials. Within each subseries, items are arranged chronologically.

SERIES IV: RESTRICTED PAPERS. Arranged alphabetically by project name. Within each project, items are organized chronologically.

CONTROLLED ACCESS POINTS:
This collection and other related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs:
Schlossman, Norman J., 1901-1990
Schlossman, Norman J., 1901-1990--Archives
Loebl, Irving Jerrold, 1899-1978
Loebl and Schlossman
Loebl Schlossman Bennett and Dart
Loebl Schlossman and Hackl
Loebl Schlossman and Bennett
Architecture--Illinois--Chicago--20th century--Sources

ABBREVIATIONS:
AbbreviationDefinition
BOX.FFBox #, Folder #
c.circa
n.d.no date
OPOversize Portfolio
(OS)offsite
Portf.Portfolio
TLStyped letter signed

RELATED MATERIALS IN CURATORIAL DEPARTMENTS, THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO:
Architectural drawings and travel sketches by Norman J. Schlossman are held in the permanent collection of the Department of Architecture at The Art Institute of Chicago.

RELATED MATERIALS IN THE RYERSON AND BURNHAM ARCHIVES, THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO:
Century of Progress collection (00.18)
Historic Architecture and Landscape Image Collection (00.20)
Edward D. Dart Collection (1996.2)

PHYSICAL LOCATION:
A portion of this collection is housed in the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries' on-site stacks. The remainder of the collection is housed in off-site storage and is so designated by the abbreviation (OS) in the location column of the finding aid's item listing. Collections maintained in off-site storage will be retrieved with advance notification; please consult the Archivist for the current retrieval schedule. For further information, consult http://www.artic.edu/aic/libraries/rbarchives/rbarchaccess.html

ACCESS RESTRICTIONS:
Portions of this collection are restricted; wherever possible, surrogate copies are provided for patron use, as noted in the series listings. The remainder of collection may be used by qualified readers in the Reading Room of the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries at The Art Institute of Chicago. Collections maintained on-site are available for patron use without prior arrangement or appointment. Collections maintained in off-site storage will be retrieved with advance notification; please consult the Archivist for the current retrieval schedule. For further information, consult http://www.artic.edu/aic/libraries/rbarchives/rbarchaccess.html

USER RESTRICTIONS:
The Art Institute of Chicago is providing access to the materials in the Libraries' collections solely for noncommercial educational and research purposes. The unauthorized use, including, but not limited to, publication of the materials without the prior written permission of the Art Institute is strictly prohibited. All inquiries regarding permission to publish should be submitted in writing to the Archivist, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago. In addition to permission from the Art Institute, permission of the copyright owner (if not the Art Institute) and/or any holder of other rights (such as publicity and/or privacy rights) may also be required for reproduction, publication, distribution, and other uses. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of any item and securing any necessary permissions rests with the persons desiring to publish the item. The Art Institute makes no warranties as to the accuracy of the materials or their fitness for a particular purpose.

PREFERRED CITATION:
Norman Schlossman Collection, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago.

PROCESSING INFORMATION:
This collection was originally processed and the finding aid created by staff of the Ryerson and Burnham Archives; the collection was re-processed and the finding aid was revised and expanded by Nathaniel Parks in November 2003, May 2004 and June 2013.

ITEM INVENTORY:
LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES I: PROJECT FILES

1350 N. LAKE SHORE DRIVE APARTMENTS, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.1
Newspaper articles. Photocopies. Also regarding the razing of the Potter Palmer Residence, Chicago, IL.
07/13/1949-11/11/1951 21
Box.FF 1.1
Gene Rees to Norman J. Schlossman. TLS. Regarding razing of the Potter Palmer Residence.
11/12/1950 1
Portf. 1
Living for Young Homemakers.
01/1952 1

23 W. RANDOLPH STREET, JOHN R. THOMPSON COMPANY RESTAURANT, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND DEMUTH, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.23
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
05/11/1930. c.05/1930 2

2650 N. LAKEVIEW AVENUE, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, BENNETT AND DART, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.2
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
10/12/1972 1

430 N. MICHIGAN AVENUE, aka MUSIC CORPORATION OF NORTH AMERICA BUILDING, aka "SLIVER" SKYSCRAPER, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.23
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
04/06/1929. 04/07/1929 3
Box.FF 1.3
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
c.1929 1

5550 S. DORCHESTER APARTMENTS, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.4
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
05/08/1948, 05/09/1948 2

64 W. WASHINGTON STREET, O'CONNELL'S RESTAURANT RENOVATION, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND DEMUTH, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.23
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
02/03/1934 1

875 N. RUSH STREET, aka CITY OF CHICAGO PARKING FACILITY NUMBER 5, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.5
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
07/1956 1

AMERICA FORE INSURANCE GROUP BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.6
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
05/01/1958 2

BELOIT COLLEGE, BELOIT, WI. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.7
Newspaper article. Photocopies.
03/02/1960 3

BOLLING RESTAURANT, BUILDER'S BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.8
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
05/02/1937 1

CENTURY OF PROGRESS INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, 1933-1934, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND DEMUTH, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.23
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
12/04/1932 1
Box.FF 1.9
"Inaugural White Owl Radio Program, First Studio Broadcast from Chicago's 1933 World's Fair]. General Cigar Company, Inc." Leaflet. Contains mounted black and white photograph of Guy Lombardo, George Burns and Gracie Allen.
05/31/1933 1
Box.FF 2.23
"Inaugural White Owl Radio Program, First Studio Broadcast from Chicago's 1933 World's Fair]." General Cigar Company, Inc. Photocopy.
05/31/1933 1
Box.FF 2.23
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
08/08/1933 1
Box.FF 1.9
[White Owl, the cigar of the century]. General Cigar Company, Inc. Brochure. Printed for the Century of Progress International Exposition. Rear cover includes rendering of White Owl Exhibit Building, Loebl, Schlossman and Demuth, architects.
1933 1
Box.FF 2.23
[White Owl, the cigar of the century]. General Cigar Company, Inc. Photocopy. Printed for the Century of Progress International Exposition. Rear cover includes rendering of White Owl Exhibit Building, Loebl, Schlossman and Demuth, architects.
1933 1
Box.FF 1.9
[World's Fair menu]. Walgreens Drug Stores. Menus.
1933 2
Box.FF 2.23
[World's Fair menu]. Walgreens Drug Stores. Photocopy.
1933 1
Box.FF 2.23
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
c.1933 1
Box.FF 1.9
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
05/02/1934-06/05/1934 5

CHICAGO FIRE ACADEMY, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.10
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
03/05/1958, 04/24/1961 3

CHICAGO HOUSING AUTHORITY, VARIOUS PROJECTS, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN; LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.11
Newspaper articles. Photocopies. Regarding Maplewood and Jackson relocation project, the Dearborn Homes, West Chesterfield district homes and others.
03/13/1944-06/24/1949, n.d. 8

CHICAGO LOOP SYNAGOGUE, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.12
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
04/24/1965 1

[CHICAGO/STATE/KINZIE/LASALLE DEVELOPMENT], CHICAGO, IL. PHILIP M. KLUTZNICK, NATHAN MANILOW AND JERROLD LOEBL, DEVELOPERS:
Box.FF 1.13
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
05/07/1959-05/12/1959, c.05/1959 5

CITY OF CHICAGO, PARKING FACILITY NUMBER 5:
See: 875 N. Rush Street, Box 1, Folder 5.

CITY PLACE, 678 N. MICHIGAN AVE., CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND HACKL, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.14
Rendering. Color photograph. From The Sky's the Limit, p.292.
1987 1
Box.FF 1.14
Model view. Color photograph.
1987 1

CLONICK STEEL COMPANY, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.15
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
n.d. 1

CORONA CAFÉ, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.16
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
04/05/1936 1

CROWN ELEMENTARY COMMUNITY ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.17
Rendering. Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

DALEY, RICHARD J., CENTER, aka CHICAGO CIVIC CENTER, and "THE PICASSO" , CHICAGO, IL. CHICAGO CIVIC CENTER ARCHITECTS, ARCHITECTS; PABLO PICASSO, ARTIST:
Box.FF 1.18
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
03/10/1960-08/17/1967, c.08/1967 25
Box.FF 2.23
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
09/21/1966 3

DEARBORN HOMES, CHICAGO, IL:
See: Chicago Housing Authority, various projects, Box 1, Folder 11.

DEERFIELD HIGH SCHOOL, DEERFIELD, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.19
Deerfield High School, Deerfield, Il. Loebl, Schlossman And Bennett, architects. Presentation drawing, first floor plan. Electrostatic print.
04/15/1959 1
Box.FF 1.19
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
12/05/1960-03/21/1961 3
Box.FF 1.19
Dedication program
12/11/1960 1

ELMGATE COURT APARTMENTS AND ELMGATE MANOR APARTMENTS, EVANSTON, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.23
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
02/14/1926, c.02/1926 2

EMMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, BENNETT AND DART, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.20
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
04/06/1967 1

FASHION-TRADES BUILDING, aka 318 W. ADAMS STREET, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.23
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
c.1930 1

FIRST LAKE COUNTY NATIONAL BANK, LIBERTYVILLE, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, BENNETT AND DART, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.21
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
04/09/1967 1

FURTH SOUTH SHORE MORTUARY, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.22
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
c.1953-1954 1

GOLDBLATT DEPARTMENT STORE, LAKE MEADOWS SHOPPING CENTER, LAKE MEADOWS, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.23
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
08/12/1957 1

GOLDBLATT DEPARTMENT STORE, PARK FOREST, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.24
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
n.d 2

GREAT LAKES NAVAL TRAINING CENTER, WARRANT OFFICERS QUARTERS, GREAT LAKES, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, BENNETT AND DART, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.25
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
n.d 1

HANAN & SON STORE, 36 S. MICHIGAN AVENUE BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.26
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
n.d 1

HART LEATHER FINISH COMPANY/HART AND HARRINGTON, INC. BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.27
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
n.d 1

HIGHLAND PARK HIGH SCHOOL, HIGHLAND PARK, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.28
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
09/11/1952-01/07/1960, c.1955 13
Box.FF 1.28
[Our future's at stake, high school building program]. Highland Park, IL: Highland Park High School. Brochure.
c.1952 1
Box.FF 1.28
[Highland Park High School dedication program]. Highland Park, IL: Highland Park High School. Brochure.
11/13/1955 1
Box.FF 1.28
Highland Park High School. High School Highlights 1, no. 2. Newsletter.
04/1958 1
Box.FF 1.28
[2000 reasons why we must have a 2nd high school now]. Brochure.
05/1958 1

ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MAIN BUILDING RENOVATION, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.29
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
n.d. 2

JEWEL FOOD STORE, PARK FOREST, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.30
"Park Forest Jewel opens March 9." The Crusader 6, no.3.
03/01/1950 1
Box.FF 1.30
"Facts About Jewel's New Park Forest Store." Photocopy. Press release.
c.03/1950 1
Box.FF 1.30
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
c.03/1950 1

KUHN, PAUL R., RESIDENCE, HIGHLAND PARK, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.31
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
07/10/1938 1
Box.FF 2.23
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
07/10/1938 1

LAKE SHORE-BARRY APARTMENTS, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.32
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
09/10/1949, c.1949 4

LYDY PARKING COMPANY BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.33
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
07/25/1936, 07/26/1936, c.07/1936 3
Box.FF 2.23
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
c.1936 2

MAPLEWOOD/JACKSON RELOCATION PROJECT, CHICAGO, IL:
See: Chicago Housing Authority, various projects, Box 1, Folder 11.

MARSHALL FIELD & CO. STORE, OLD ORCHARD SHOPPING CENTER, SKOKIE, IL:
See: Old Orchard Shopping Center and Business District.

MATHER, STEPHEN TYNG, HIGH SCHOOL, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.34
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
c.1957, 11/01/1959 2
Box.FF 1.34
Rendering. Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

MISCH, HARRY, RESIDENCE, GLENCOE, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND DEMUTH, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.23
"A Versailles house that came to Illinois." House and Garden 56, no.3. Photocopy.
09/1929 1

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, PICK-STAIGER CONCERT HALL, EVANSTON, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, DART AND HACKL, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.35
[Pick-Staiger Concert Hall dedicatory concert program]. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University. Brochure.
10/26/1975 1

OAK BROOK SHOPPING CENTER, OAK BROOK, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.36
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
09/17/1961 1
Box.FF 1.36
Site plan. Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

OLD ORCHARD SHOPPING CENTER AND BUSINESS DISTRICT, SKOKIE, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.37
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
12/16/1953-06/06/1957 17
Box.FF 1.37
[Pre-Selling Old Orchard]. Chicago, IL: The Public Relations Board. Brochure.
c.1955 1
Box.FF 1.37
Hughston M. McBain, Marshall Field and Company, to Norman Schlossman. TLS.
10/15/1956 1
Box.FF 1.37
[Old Orchard history of shopping]. [Chicago, IL]: Marshall Field and Company. Pamphlet. Printed in commemoration of the opening of Old Orchard location.
10/22/1956 1
Box.FF 1.37
"Old Orchard business district." Brochure, reprinted from Architectural Record 122, no.3.
09/1957 2
Box.FF 1.37
Plan sketch. Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

ORRINGTON HOTEL, HUDDLE RESTAURANT, EVANSTON, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.23
[The Orrington Huddle menu]. Evanston, IL: The Orrington Hotel. Photocopy.
04/25/1935 1

PALMER, POTTER, RESIDENCE (RAZING):
See: 1350 N. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL.

PARK FOREST, VILLAGE OF, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.38
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
10/29/1946-09/16/1961, c.1950s 18
Box.FF 1.38
"American Community Builders." Architectural Forum 104, no.2.
08/1948 1
Box.FF 1.38
"Mobilization Housing." Architectural Record 109, no.3. Brochure, reprint.
03/1951 2
Box.FF 1.38
"Facts About Park Forest, Illinois." Park Forest, IL: American Community Builders, Inc. Brochure.
01/1958 1
Box.FF 1.38
[Park Forest, a new design for better living, homes for rent in Chicagoland's most modern community]. Chicago, IL: American Community Builders, Inc. Leaflet.
c.1950s 1

PARKING GARAGES, VARIOUS SITES, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.39
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
c.1940s-1950s 1

PECK AND PECK, 28 S. MICHIGAN BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.40
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
02/17/1935 1

PENFIELD, FREDERICK W., RESIDENCE, GLENCOE, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND DEMUTH, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.23
"Stairs freestanding for grace." House and Garden 57, no.6. Photocopy.
06/1930 1

PRAIRIE SHORES APARTMENTS, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 1.41
Mechanical and electrical specifications. Printed. Gift of Vytas Pelda, 1990.
01/15/1957 1
Box.FF 1.41
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
06/04/1958-07/06/1962 2
Box.FF 1.41
Existing site view. Black and white photograph. Gordon Coster, photographer.
c.1958 1

REESE, MICHAEL, HOSPITAL; PSYCHIATRIC AND PSYCHOSOMATIC INSTITUTE, M.S. KAPLAN PAVILION, FRIEND MEMORIAL PAVILION, CARDIOVASCULAR INSTITUTE AND CANCER CLINIC, CUMMING MEMORIAL PAVILION, JENNIE M. KAPLAN SURGICAL WING, FLORSHEIM INTERNS RESIDENCE, BAUMGARTEN PAVILION, DREYFUS RESEARCH INSTITUTE; CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
DRAWINGS.
All drawings housed offsite (OS) in this file were the gift of Loebl, Schlossman & Hackl in December 2012.
BAUMGARTEN PAVILION
RT 88a (OS)
Working drawings. Typical bedroom plans, elevations and details.
Diazotype
03/29/1961 1
RT 89a (OS)
Working drawings. Architectural set (title sheet, plans, schedules, details).
Graphite on linen
07/10/1961 17
RT 88b (OS)
Working drawings. Structural set (plans, sections, details).
Graphite on linen
07/10/1961 10
Flatf. 1.10 (OS)
Working drawings. Plumbing plan.
Graphite on vellum Loebl Schlossman Bennett & Dart, architects.
11/1961 1
RT 88b (OS)
Working drawings. Revision "PA" set.
Graphite on linen
01/1962-03/1963 5
Flatf. 1.10 (OS)
Design and working drawings. Details.
Graphite on vellum and tracing paper and linen Includes chapel, signage, closets, misc. Loebl, Schlossman & Bennett, architects.
09/1962-07/1963 10
Flatf. 1.10 (OS)
Design drawings. Floor plans.
Graphite on vellum Loebl Schlossman Bennett & Dart, architects.
11/1962, n.d. 3
Flatf. 1.11 (OS)
Working drawings. Floor plans, elevations and details.
Sepia diazotypes Loebl, Schlossman & Bennett, architects.
12/1962, 10/1963 2
RT 88b (OS)
Working drawings. First floor plan, HVAC, details.
Diazotype
10/21/1963 1
RT 89a (OS)
Working drawings. Cardiac Clinic Research Project, Alterations and General New Work.
Graphite and pen on mylar
07/15/1968 1
Flatf. 1.11 (OS)
Working drawings. Casework.
Graphite on vellum Loebl Schlossman Bennett & Dart, architects.
08/19/1968 2
DREYFUS RESEARCH LABORATORIES
Box.FF 2.2
Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center, Dreyfus Research Laboratories, Chicago, IL. Presentation drawing, perspective rendering. Black and white photograph.
Includes attached caption data.
c.1963 1
Box.FF 2.2
Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center, Dreyfus Research Laboratories, Chicago, IL. Presentation drawing, perspective rendering. Black and white photograph.
Includes attached caption data.
c.1963 1
FRIEND, BERMAN AND HANNAH, MEMORIAL CONVALESCENT HOME
RT 88a (OS)
Working drawings. Plans, elevations, sections and details.
Graphite on vellum
11/01/1955 9
HOUSING DEVELOPMENT
Flatf. 1.10 (OS)
Design drawing. Floor plans.
Graphite on vellum and tracing paper Loebl, Schlossman & Bennett, architects.
10/1951-10/1954 6
Flatf. 1.10 (OS)
Design drawing. Perspective rendering.
Graphite on vellum Loebl, Schlossman & Bennett, architects.
09/08/1954 1
Flatf. 1.11 (OS)
Scheme 2. Site plan.
Brownline print Loebl, Schlossman & Bennett, architects; Sasaki & Novak, landscape architects.
11/19/1954 1
KAPLAN, JENNIE M., SURGICAL PAVILION
RT 88c (OS)
Working drawings. Architectural set (plans, elevations, sections, finish schedules and details).
Graphite on linen
02/1960-09/1960 26
RT 88c (OS)
Working drawing. Casework.
Graphite on linen
03/02/1960 1
PSYCHIATRIC PSYCHOSOMATIC INSTITUTE
Flatf. 1.10 (OS)
Design drawing. Site plan.
Graphite on tracing paper
10/1957 1
RESEARCH LABORATORY AND PATHOLOGY INSTITUTE BUILDING
RT 88d (OS)
Working drawings. Mechanical set (plans, sections, diagrams and details).
Graphite on linen
02/01/1962 13
RT 88d (OS)
Working drawings. Plumbing set (plans, diagrams and details).
Graphite on linen
02/01/1962 11
Flatf. 1.10 (OS)
Addendum sheets.
Graphite on vellum
n.d. 6
ROTHSCHILD, HULDA B., PARK
Flatf. 1.10 (OS)
Design and working drawings. Site plan and signage.
Graphite on vellum and tracing paper Loebl, Schlossman & Bennett, architects.
04/1958, c.1958 2
SITE DEVELOPMENT
Flatf. 1.10 (OS)
Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, IL. Scheme 1A, 2A
Brownline prints with colored pencil and paper additions. Site plans. Sasaki & Novak, landscape architects.
07/1954 2
Flatf. 1.11 (OS)
Michael Reese Redevelopment Area, Chicago, IL. Site Development for Stage 1-A Hopsital Campus.
Blackline and brownline prints Includes utility, grading, paving, planting and seeding plans. Loebl, Schlossman & Bennett, architects; Sasaki & Novak, landscape architects.
06/20/1955 8
Flatf. 1.11 (OS)
Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, IL. Campus Development, Stage 1-A.
Brownline print Lighting plan. Loebl, Schlossman & Bennett, architects; Robert E, Hattis, consulting engineers.
08/16/1955 1
Flatf. 1.11 (OS)
Michael Reese Redevelopment Area, Chicago, IL. Site Development for Stage 2 Hopsital Campus.
Blackline and brownline prints Includes lighting, sprinkling, grading, paving, planting and seeding plans. Loebl, Schlossman & Bennett, architects; Sasaki & Novak, landscape architects.
07/15/1957 12
Flatf. 1.10 (OS)
Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, IL.
Blackline prints and graphite on vellum General, parking, paving, drainage site plans. Paul M. Novak and Associates, site planner and landscape architect.
11/1958-06/1959 9
Flatf. 1.10 (OS)
Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, IL.
Blackline and graphite on vellum Planting plans. Dean and Novak, landscape architect.
07/22/1959 2
Flatf. 1.10 (OS)
Michael Reese Hospital and Prairie Shores Apartments, Chicago, IL. Site Development Plan, Stage A and B.
Sepia diazotype Site plan. Loebl, Schlossman & Bennett, architects; Sasaki & Novak, landscape architects.
03/1960-12/1961 5
Flatf. 1.11 (OS)
Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center, Chicago, IL. Planned Development.
Prints Site plan (Ultimate Buildings). Loebl, Schlossman & Bennett, architects; Sasaki & Novak, landscape architects.
03/01/1962 2
Box.FF 2.2
Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center, Chicago, IL. Publication drawing, development site plan and legend. Printed.
04/1964 1
UNIDENTIFIED
Flatf. 1.10 (OS)
Design drawings. Floor plans.
Blackline print on linen and graphite on vellum
n.d. 2
Flatf. 1.10 (OS)
Working drawings. Plan, elevation and details.
Graphite on vellum and tracing paper Loebl Schlossman Bennett & Dart, architects.
08/1957, n.d. 2

PHOTOS AND PAPERS.
Box.FF 2.1
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
06/02/1951-12/07/1970, c.1950s 21
Box.FF 2.2
"Facts about the new Institute for Psychosomatic and Psychiatric Research and Training of Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center." Chicago, IL: Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center, Public Relations Department. Brochure.
1951 1
Box.FF 2.2
Existing site view.
c.1951 1
Box.FF 2.23
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
c.1951 1
Box.FF 2.2
[Invitation to the opening of the new Woman's Board Gift Shop in the Kaplan Pavilion]. Chicago, IL: Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center. Leaflet.
[1955] 1
Box.FF 2.2
[Invitation to the dedication of the M.S. Kaplan Pavilion]. Chicago, IL: Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center, Board of Directors. Leaflet.
c.1955 1
Box.FF 2.2
Jewish Federation Review 12, no.2.
06/1956 1
Box.FF 2.2
"The Plan for the Ruth Cummings Research Pavilion." Chicago, IL: Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center. Brochure.
c.1956 1
Box.FF 2.2
"The Berman and Hannah Friend Memorial Pavilion." Chicago, IL: Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center. Brochure.
c.1956-1957 1
Box.FF 2.2
[Invitation to the open house for the new Milton S. and Gertrude S. Florsheim Interns' Residence]. Chicago, IL: Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center. Leaflet.
11/27/1960 1
Box.FF 2.2
Regarding Reese. Chicago, IL: Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center. Newsletter.
09/1961 1
Box.FF 2.2
"Groundbreaking ceremony for The Baumgarten Pavilion, The Laz Chapman Pathology Institute, The Alice and Georges Dreyfus Research Laboratory, The Babette and Emanuel Mandel Clinic Addition, The Simon Wexler Psychiatric Research and Clinic Pavilion." Chicago, IL: Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center. Brochures.
10/08/1961 2
Box.FF 2.2
"...To Dedicate The Jennie M. Kaplan Surgical Wing." Chicago, IL: Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center. Brochure.
06/24/[1962] 1
Box.FF 2.2
Regarding Reese. Chicago, IL: Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center. Newsletter.
07/1962 1
Box.FF 2.2
[Baumgarten Pavilion dedication program]. Chicago, IL: Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center. Brochure.
c.1963 1
Box.FF 2.2
[Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center will dedicate its new $4.2 million medical research center, the Dreyfus Research Laboratories...]. Chicago, IL: Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center, Public Relations Board. Press release.
c.1964 1
Box.FF 2.2
[Dreyfus Research Laboratories fact sheet]. Carbon typescript.
c.1964 1
Box.FF 2.2
Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center, Dreyfus Research Laboratories, Chicago, IL. Detail view, dedicatory plaque. Black and white photograph.
Includes attached caption data.
c.1965 1
Box.FF 2.2
[Invitation to Centennial Dinner]. Chicago, IL: Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center. Leaflet.
04/15/1981 1


ROSEWOOD PARK BEACH HOUSE, HIGHLAND PARK, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.3
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
09/19/1946, 09/10/1948 2

[RUSH/AUSTIN BUILDING], CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.4
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
08/23/1936 1

SAINT PROCOPIUS ABBEY, LISLE, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, BENNETT AND DART, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.5
"Blessing and Dedication of Saint Procopius Abbey Church and Monastery." Lisle, IL: Saint Procopius Abbey. Brochure.
06/10/1970 1
Box.FF 2.5
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
12/12/1970-04/30/1973 4

SCHLOSSMAN, NORMAN J., RESIDENCE, HIGHLAND PARK, IL. [NORMAN J. SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECT]:
Box.FF 2.6
House Beautiful 82, no.6.
05/1940 1

SEVERIN, HENRY, ESTATE OFFICE BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.7
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
04/04/1937 1

[SHERIDAN/TOUHY/GREENLEAF RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT], CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.8
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
c.1946-1947 1

SILBERMAN PROFESSIONAL RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL. [LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, BENNETT AND DART, ARCHITECTS]:
Box.FF 2.9
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
07/16/1967 1

SOLDIER FIELD [RENOVATION], CHICAGO, IL. [NORMAN J. SCHLOSSMAN, CONSULTING ARCHITECT]:
Box.FF 2.10a
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
05/19/1975 1

SOLEL CONGREGATION, HIGHLAND PARK, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, BENNETT AND DART, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.10b
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
04/06/1967 1

TEMPLE BETH-EL, SOUTH BEND, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.11
[Temple Beth-El dedication program]. South Bend, IN: Temple Beth-El. Brochure.
05/19/1950-05/21/1950 1

TEMPLE EMANUEL, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.12
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
09/16/1953-11/1987 3

TEMPLE ISAIAH ISRAEL, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.13
"Service for the laying of the cornerstone community house and school]." Chicago, IL: Temple Isaiah Israel. Brochure.
06/20/1948 1

TEMPLE SHOLOM, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND DEMUTH, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.23
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
03/09/1926, 05/30/1926, c.1926 4
Box.FF 2.14
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
c.1926-1927, 09/29/1946-10/12/1953 4
Box.FF 2.14
[The silver spade digs]. Chicago, IL: Temple Sholom. Brochure.
1928 1
Box.FF 2.14
"Temple Sholom Dedication Services." Chicago, IL: Temple Sholom. Brochure.
04/04/1930-04/06/1930 1
Box.FF 2.23
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
08/06/1930 1
Box.FF 2.14
"100th Anniversary Temple Sholom." Chicago, IL: Temple Sholom. Brochure.
01/07/1968 1

TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH, PARK FOREST, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.15
Newspaper article. Printed.
07/07/1958 1

TWENTIETH-CENTURY FOX AND MONOGRAM PICTURES CORPORATION BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.16
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
11/06/1938-02/06/1939 4

TWO PRUDENTIAL PLAZA, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, AND HACKL, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.17
Model view. Black and white photograph.
1990 1
Box.FF 2.17
Exterior view. Black and white photograph. G. Lambros, photographer. From The Sky's the Limit, p.179.
1990 1
Box.FF 2.17
Exterior view. Color transparency. G. Lambros, photographer. From The Sky's the Limit, p.179.
1990 1

WALGREENS DRUG STORES, CENTURY OF PROGRESS INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, IL:
See: Century of Progress International Exposition, Box 1, Folder 9 and Box 2, Folder 21.

WATER TOWER PLACE AND RITZ CARLTON HOTEL, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, BENNETT AND DART, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.18
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
11/19/1971-12/03/[1975] 6
Box.FF 2.18
Exterior view. Black and white photograph. From The Sky's the Limit, p.228.
1976 1
Box.FF 2.18
Interior view, elevators. Black and white photograph.
1976 1

WEISS, LOUIS A., MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.19
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
03/11/1951-06/24/1956 4
Box.FF 2.19
Mechanical and electrical specifications for alterations and additions. Printed. Gift of Vytas Pelda, 1990.
07/15/1955-08/22/1955 1
Box.FF 2.19
Louis A. Weiss Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL. Loebl, Schlossman and Bennett, architects. Exterior view. Color postcard.
c.1950s 1

WELLINGTON TOWN HOUSE BUILDING CORPORATION RESIDENCES, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.20
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
10/22/1938, 10/23/1938 2

WEST SUBURBAN TEMPLE HAR ZION, RIVER FOREST, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.21
Newspaper articles. Photocopies.
12/02/1951, n.d. 2

WINTON PLACE, LAKEWOOD, OH. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
Box.FF 2.22
Winton Place, Lakewood, OH. Loebl, Schlossman and Bennett, architects. Exterior view. Color postcard.
c.1960s-1970s 1






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SERIES II: PROFESSIONAL PAPERS

CORRESPONDENCE:
Box.FF 2.24
Orvil R. Olmstead, Federal Public Housing Authority, to Loebl and Schlossman, architects. TLS. Regarding success of war housing projects in Seymour, Indiana, and Rosiclaire, Illinois.
05/03/1943 1
Box.FF 2.24
Ralph E. Stoetzel to Norman Schlossman. TLS. Sending congratulations for Schlossman's deft handling of a difficult situation.
06/16/1949 1

PRINTED MATTER:
Box.FF 2.24
Announcement card. Printed. Regarding the formation of the firm, Loebl and Schlossman, architects.
09/15/[1925] 1
Box.FF 2.24
Newspaper articles.
c.1946, 12/25/1951-09/19/1963 8
Box.FF 2.24
Real Estate News 14, no. 24.
06/17/1949 1
Portf. 2
"Loebl Schlossman Bennett & Dart." Brochure. Bound with hardcover.
c.1965 1






LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES III: PERSONAL PAPERS

CORRESPONDENCE:
Box.FF 2.25
Jacob Blegvad to Norman and Mrs. Schlossman. ALS. Invitation to dinner.
09/24/1971 1

PHOTOGRAPHS:
Box.FF 2.26
Wrigley Field, Chicago, IL. Views from bleachers. Black and white photographs.
c.1920s 2
Box.FF 2.26
Norman J. Schlossman, Richard M. Bennett, Gertrude Kerbis, and John Schlossman. Interior portrait. Black and white photograph. Perhaps at The Postwar American Dream exhibition held at the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Chicago, IL.
10/1985 1

PRINTED MATTER:
Box.FF 2.25
Newspaper articles.
10/31/1956 2
Box.FF 2.25
"Ye Fifthe Annual Chicago/Illinois Honourable Summoning of Ye Fellowships," invitation. Printed.
04/22/1981 1






LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES IV: RESTRICTED PAPERS

1350 N. LAKE SHORE DRIVE APARTMENTS, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles. Also regarding the razing of the Potter Palmer Residence, Chicago, IL.
07/13/1949-11/11/1951 18
REST
Newspaper articles. Also regarding the razing of the Potter Palmer Residence, Chicago, IL.
02/04/1950-11/11/1951 6

2650 N. LAKEVIEW AVENUE, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, BENNETT AND DART, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
10/12/1972 1

430 N. MICHIGAN AVENUE, aka MUSIC CORPORATION OF NORTH AMERICA BUILDING, aka SLIVER SKYSCRAPER, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
c.1929 1

5550 S. DORCHESTER APARTMENTS, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
05/08/1948, 05/09/1948 2

875 N. RUSH STREET, aka CITY OF CHICAGO PARKING FACILITY NUMBER 5, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
07/1956 1

AMERICA FORE INSURANCE GROUP BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
05/01/1958 2
REST
Newspaper article.
05/01/1958 1

BOLLING RESTAURANT, BUILDER'S BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
05/02/1937 1

CENTURY OF PROGRESS INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, aka 1933 WORLD'S FAIR, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND DEMUTH, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
05/02/1934-06/05/1934 3

CHICAGO FIRE ACADEMY, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
03/05/1958 2
REST
Newspaper article.
02/24/1961 1

CHICAGO HOUSING AUTHORITY, VARIOUS PROJECTS, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN; LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles. Regarding Maplewood and Jackson relocation project, the Dearborn Homes, West Chesterfield district homes and others.
09/10/1944-06/24/1949, n.d. 6
REST
Newspaper article. Regarding the Dearborn Homes.
11/23/1958 1

CHICAGO LOOP SYNAGOGUE, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
04/24/1965 1

[CHICAGO/STATE/KINZIE/LASALLE DEVELOPMENT], CHICAGO, IL. PHILIP M. KLUTZNICK, NATHAN MANILOW AND JERROLD LOEBL, DEVELOPERS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
05/12/1959, c.05/1959 3
REST
Newspaper articles.
05/07/1959-05/12/1959, c.05/1959 4

CLONICK STEEL COMPANY, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
n.d. 1

CORONA CAFÉ, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
04/05/1936 1

DALEY, RICHARD J., CENTER, aka CHICAGO CIVIC CENTER, and THE PICASSO, CHICAGO, IL. CHICAGO CIVIC CENTER ARCHITECTS, ARCHITECTS; PABLO PICASSO, ARTIST:
REST
Newspaper articles.
03/10/1960-08/17/1967 13
REST
Newspaper articles.
02/12/1961-08/16/1967 9

DEERFIELD HIGH SCHOOL, DEERFIELD, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
12/1960 1
REST
Newspaper articles.
12/05/1960-03/21/1961 2

EMMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, BENNETT AND DART, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
04/06/1967 1

FIRST LAKE COUNTY NATIONAL BANK, LIBERTYVILLE, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, BENNETT AND DART, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
04/09/1967 1

GOLDBLATT DEPARTMENT STORE, LAKE MEADOWS SHOPPING CENTER, LAKE MEADOWS, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
08/12/1957 1

GOLDBLATT DEPARTMENT STORE, PARK FOREST, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
n.d 2

GREAT LAKES NAVAL TRAINING CENTER, WARRANT OFFICERS QUARTERS, GREAT LAKES, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, BENNETT AND DART, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
n.d 1

HANAN & SON STORE, 36 S. MICHIGAN AVENUE BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
n.d 1

HART LEATHER FINISH COMPANY/HART AND HARRINGTON, INC. BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
n.d 1

HIGHLAND PARK HIGH SCHOOL, HIGHLAND PARK, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
06/27/1954-04/18/1957, c.1955 8
REST
Newspaper articles.
09/11/1952-09/16/1961 6

ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MAIN BUILDING RENOVATION, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
n.d. 2

JEWEL FOOD STORE, PARK FOREST, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
c.03/1950 1

LAKE SHORE-BARRY APARTMENTS, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
09/10/1949, c.1949 3
REST
Newspaper article.
09/10/1949 1

LYDY PARKING COMPANY BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
07/26/1936 1
REST
Newspaper articles.
07/25/1936-07/26/1936 2

MATHER HIGH SCHOOL, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
c.1957 1
REST
Newspaper article.
11/01/1959 1

OAK BROOK SHOPPING CENTER, OAK BROOK, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
09/17/1961 1

OLD ORCHARD SHOPPING CENTER AND BUSINESS DISTRICT, SKOKIE, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
12/16/1953-06/06/1957 12
REST
Newspaper articles.
04/23/1953-10/31/1956 6

PARK FOREST, VILLAGE OF, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
10/29/1946-04/12/1953 5
REST
Newspaper articles.
10/29/1946-04/12/1958, n.d. 12
REST
American Community Builders. Architectural Forum 104, no.2.
08/1948 1
REST
Collier's 122, no.7.
02/14/1948 1

PARKING GARAGES, VARIOUS SITES, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
c.1940s-1950s 1

PECK AND PECK, 28 S. MICHIGAN BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
02/17/1935 1

PRAIRIE SHORES APARTMENTS, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
06/04/1958 1
REST
Newspaper article.
07/16/1962 1

REESE, MICHAEL, HOSPITAL; PSYCHIATRIC AND PSYCHOSOMATIC INSTITUTE, M.S. KAPLAN PAVILION, FRIEND MEMORIAL PAVILION, CARDIOVASCULAR INSTITUTE AND CANCER CLINIC, CUMMING MEMORIAL PAVILION, JENNIE M. KAPLAN SURGICAL WING, FLORSHEIM INTERNS RESIDENCE, BAUMGARTEN PAVILION, DREYFUS RESEARCH INSTITUTE; CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:

REESE, MICHAEL, HOSPITAL COMPLEX, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
06/02/1951-12/07/1970, c.1950s 16
REST
Newspaper articles.
10/02/1960-12/07/1970 5

ROSEWOOD PARK BEACH HOUSE, HIGHLAND PARK, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
09/19/1946, 09/10/1948 2

[RUSH/AUSTIN BUILDING], CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
08/23/1936 1

SAINT PROCOPIUS ABBEY, LISLE, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, BENNETT AND DART, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
12/12/1970-04/30/1973 4

SEVERIN, HENRY, ESTATE OFFICE BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
04/04/1937 1

[SHERIDAN/TOUHY/GREENLEAF RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT], CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article. Photocopy.
c.1946-1947 1

SILBERMAN PROFESSIONAL RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL. [LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, BENNETT AND DART, ARCHITECTS]:
REST
Newspaper article.
07/16/1967 1

SOLDIER FIELD [RENOVATION], CHICAGO, IL. [NORMAN J. SCHLOSSMAN, CONSULTING ARCHITECT]:
REST
Newspaper article.
05/19/1975 1

TEMPLE EMANUEL, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
09/16/1953 1
REST
Newspaper articles.
12/26/1954-11/1987 2

TEMPLE SHOLOM, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND DEMUTH, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
09/29/1946-10/12/1953 3

TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH, PARK FOREST, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
07/07/1958 1

TWENTIETH-CENTURY FOX AND MONOGRAM PICTURES CORPORATION BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
11/26/1938 1
REST
Newspaper articles.
c.1938, 02/06/1939 2

WATER TOWER PLACE AND RITZ CARLTON HOTEL, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN, BENNETT AND DART, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
11/19/1971-12/03/[1975] 3
REST
Newspaper articles.
11/14/1974-07/20/1975 2

WEISS, LOUIS A., MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
03/11/1951-06/24/1956 4
REST
Newspaper articles.
03/11/1951-06/24/1956 3

WELLINGTON TOWN HOUSE BUILDING CORPORATION RESIDENCES, CHICAGO, IL. LOEBL AND SCHLOSSMAN, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper articles.
10/22/1938, 10/23/1938 2

WEST SUBURBAN TEMPLE HAR ZION, RIVER FOREST, IL. LOEBL, SCHLOSSMAN AND BENNETT, ARCHITECTS:
REST
Newspaper article.
12/02/1951 1
REST
Newspaper article.
n.d. 1

VARIOUS PROJECTS:
REST
Scrapbook. Newspaper and magazine articles.
See: 23 W. Randolph Street, Chicago, IL; 430 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago; 64 W. Washington Street, Chicago, IL; Century of Progress International Exhibition, Chicago, IL; Richard J. Daley Center, Chicago, IL; Elmgate Court and Elmgate Manor Apartments, Evanston, IL; Fashion-Trades Building, Chicago, IL; Paul R. Kuhn Residence, Highland Park, IL; Lydy Parking Company Building, Chicago, IL; Harry Misch Residence, Glencoe, IL; Orrington Hotel Huddle Restaurant, Evanston, IL; Frederick W. Penfield Residence, Glencoe, IL; Michael Reese Hospital Complex, Chicago, IL; Temple Sholom, Chicago, IL; Series I, Boxes 1 and 2.
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