Architects without Acclaim: The Local and in Some Cases National Work of Andrew N. Rebori, M.E. Bell and Robert H. Salisbury
Architectural historian Bob Goldsborough provides an inside look at three largely unheralded architects, Andrew N. Rebori, M.E. Bell and Robert H. Salisbury, who left their mark on DuPage County. Goldsborough traces the three men’s careers through important national events like the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition, and explains what brought each to DuPage County and how they came up with the landmark structures they designed.
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