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An Architect's Subtle Marks on the City
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TitleAn Architect's Subtle Marks on the City
AbstractBiographical article about architect Ernest Olaf Brostrom, or Ernest Brostrom, moving to Kansas City from Sweden around the turn of the century in an unsuccessful attempt to procure studies under Chicago School architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Photos and description of his work here, influenced by the Chicago School style, with the Rushton Bakery building (later Holsom Bakery) at 814 Southwest Boulevard, the Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories building at 520 West 21st Street, and the Peacock Apartments and hotel building (later the Newbern Apartments).
DateDecember/8/1964
SourceKansas City Times
LocationMicrofilm
Page36
Local SubjectBrostrom, Ernest O.
Architects
Architecture--Chicago School
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID107732
CONTENTdm number22676
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