Weese, Harry

Weese, Harry

(1919–1998)
Principal of the Chicago-based firm which designed office buildings for Chicago. He also designed the metro subway stations for Washington, DC. Weese is also well known for his firm advocacy of historic preservation and was remembered as the architect who shaped Chicago’s skyline and the way the city thought about everything from the lakefront to its treasure-trove of historical buildings.
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What: A collective of serious Eugene area photographers since 1988 plans rotating monthly shows of members' work; this month's show includes work by Susie Morrill, Jo Warren, Melissa Nolledo, Guy Weese, Harry Houchins, Ed Pabor, Gene Tonry, Denise Mattson, Charles Search, Birgitt Lyon and Michael Williams