Graham, Anderson, Probst & White

Graham, Anderson, Probst & White

Graham, Anderson, Probst & White is a Chicago architecture firm that was founded in 1912 originally as Graham, Burnham & Co. In 1917, the Burnhams left the firm, and Graham and the others, (William) Pierce Anderson, Edward Mathias Probst, and Howard Judson White formed the current firm.

This one firm got the majority of the big commissions from 1912 to 1936, including the nowadays iconic buildings such as the Wrigley Building, Merchandise Mart, Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, Civic Opera House, and the old main U. S. Post Office. They also built the iconic Terminal Tower in Cleveland and Federal Reserve Bank in Kansas City.

Important Buildings

  • 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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