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Hood & Howells

Raymond M. Hood & John Mead Howells

Thomas Kellner: 39#27 Chicago, Wrigley Building (architects: Graham, Anderson and Probst) and Chicago Tribune (architects: Raymond M. Hood and John Howell), 2003, C-Print, 53,0x83,8cm/20,7"x32,7", edition 20+3

Raymond M. Hood ( 1881 – 1934) and John Mead Howells (1868 – 1959) founded Hood and Howells in about 1913. They designed buildings like the Beekman Tower and the Daily News Building in New York City as well as the Tribune Tower in Chicago.
 

Important Buildings:

Tribune Tower, Chicago, Illinois
American Radiator Building (American Standard Building), New York
New York Daily News Building, New York
Rockefeller Center, New York,  where Hood was a senior architect on a large design team.
McGraw-Hill Building, New York
The Masonic Temple (Now the Scranton Cultural Center), Scranton, Pennsylvania