Cobb, Henry Ives
Cobb, Henry Ives(1859–1931)
American architect in Chicago, known for personalized adaptations of Romanesque and Gothic styles. Designed the Fisheries Building in 1893, World’s Columbian Exposition, and the plan for the University of Chicago in 1895, all located in Chicago, IL.
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