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Chicago's riverfront : where the present meets the past
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Shows how riverfront design reflects change of Chicago River from its contribution to the 19th century boomtown, later becoming a neglected industrial cesspool. Through civic pride it is now a natural resource enhancing the city. Architects William Pedersen, Adrian Smith, Kevin Roche and others discuss their work.
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