Architect William Pierce Anderson

William Pierce Anderson (1870- 1924)

William Pierce Anderson, born 1870 in Oswego, New York, was a Chicago architect, partner of Graham Anderson Probst and White. Anderson received his AB degree at Harvard and went to Paris on Burnhams advice and graduated at the L'ecole des Beaux-Arts with an architects diploma. Back to the United States he wworked for Burnham and for Graham and later joined the partnership of Graham, Anderson, Probst and White.

Important Buildings by William Pierce Anderson:

  • Shedd Aquarium, Chicago, Ilinois
  • Straus Building, Chicago, Ilinois
  • Field Museum, Chicago, Ilinois
  • Wrigley Building, Chicago, Ilinois
  • Merchants Bank Building, Chicago, Ilinois
  • Civic Opera House, Chicago, Ilinois
  • Old main U. S. Post Office, Chicago, Ilinois
  • Selfridge Store in London
  • Union Trust Building
  • Union Station,Cleveland
  • Pennsylvania Station,Philadelphia.
  • Terminal Tower,Cleveland
  • Federal Reserve Bank,Kansas City, Missouri
  • Bryant Building, Kansas City, Missouri

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