Hood, Raymond

Hood, Raymond

(1881–1934)
Won the competition with John Mead Howells to design the Chicago Tribune Tower in 1922, a high point in Beaux-Arts eclecticism with a Gothic superstructure. He designed both the Daily News Building (1929) and the McGraw-Hill Building (illus.), in New York City, in the Art Deco style (1930).
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