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Architect Daniel H. Burnham Was Born


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Flatiron Building, New York

New York City's Flatiron Building designed by Burnham, is an example of his effort to aim high and "make big plans"

CREDIT: “Flat Iron [i.e. Flatiron] Building, New York,” 1903. Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. Reproduction Number LC-D423-87.



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