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A recent skyline image, taken from the Michigan Avenue DuSable bridge. The bridge house is visible at the lower left. The black and gold Art Deco Carbide and Carbon building (1929) is just visible, followed by the London Guarantee and Accident building with the small domed structure (1923), the Mather Tower (1928), and the Wyndham Grand Chicago Riverfront (1960), The domed structure standing alone is the 35 East Wacker Drive building (1926) followed by a series of newer buildings- the Kemper building (1962), the Renaissance Hotel (1991), the 161 North Clark building (1962) just visible, the Leo Burnett building (1989) and finally a fragment of the shorter 55 West Wacker building (1968), and the new/classical 77 West Wacker building (1992).
© Bob Tilden Photography