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Sullivan went on to claim that "the damage wrought by the World's Fair will last for half a century from its date if not longer"—a sentiment edged with bitterness as corporate America of the early 20th century had demonstrated a strong preference for Burnham's architectural style over Sullivan's. C. Ellicott Square Building Buffalo New York
Pennsylvania Railroad Station Richmond Indiana
Cleveland Mall with Arnold Brunner and John Carrère 1903
Union Station El Paso Texas
First National Bank Building (now Fayette Building) Uniontown Pennsylvania 1902
John Wanamaker department store (now Macy's) Philadelphia
John Wanamaker department store New York City
Selfridge & Co.
C. Daniel Hudson Burnham FAIA (September 4 1846 – June 1 1912) was an American architect and urban designer. He took a leading role in the creation of master plans for the development of a number of cities including Chicago and downtown Washington D.