Hedrich-Blessing photograph collection, part 2, 1969-1989 (bulk 1970-1979)

 

 

Appendices to the Descriptive Inventory for the Collection at Chicago History Museum, Research Center

By Sarah Eng and Rachel Juris, 2010

 

 

Please address questions to:

Chicago History Museum, Research Center

Web-site: http://www.chicagohistory.org/research

 

Copyright 2010, Chicago Historical Society

Processed with funding provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

 

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List of the appendices pertaining to part 2 of the Hedrich-Blessing photograph collection:

Appendix A: Subject lists:

List of Chicago buildings frequently photographed in HB part 2.

List of topical terms frequently used to describe HB part 2.

List of geographic names frequently used to describe HB part 2:

Lists of locations by state/province.

List of Chicago Community Areas.

Appendix B: Clients and photographers lists:

List of clients by industry frequently represented in HB part 2.

List of Hedrich-Blessing photographers active between 1970 and 1979.

Appendix C: Selected bibliography about Hedrich-Blessing.

Appendix D: Stock file codes used by Hedrich-Blessing.

 

In a separate document: Appendix E: List of titles of job-files and stock files in Hedrich-Blessing photograph collection, part 2, 1969-1989 (bulk 1970-1979), in order by HB-number.

 

Introduction to the appendices:

The appendices contain lists of frequent clients of the firm, including architects, and common topical terms used to describe in part 2 of the Hedrich-Blessing photograph collection. The lists are not exhaustive indexes. Terms found in these appendices are searchable in ARCHIE, the online catalog of the Chicago History Museum, Research Center (available on the Internet at http://www.chsmedia.org ).

 

The appendices include a bibliography of source material about Hedrich-Blessing, a key to the stock file codes used by the firm, a sample catalog record for a job-file, and a complete list of job-files for which catalog records are found in the online catalog.

 

Searching the online catalog to find descriptions of HB photographs:

Each Hedrich-Blessing job-file or stock-file of photographs in the collection is described in a catalog record in the online catalog found at http://www.chsmedia.org or on the Web-site of the Chicago History Museum, Research Center at http://www.chicagohistory.org/research .

 

When using the General Keyword search, it is best strategy to list as few words as possible that will find the topic of interest and then add the word "Hedrich" to the search. For example, to search for buildings designed by the firm of Dubin, Dubin, Black & Moutoussamy, it would be efficient to enter these search words:

Dubin Hedrich

 

Please note the call numbers displayed at the bottom of each catalog record. These HB-numbers are needed in order to request job-files in the Chicago History Museum, Research Center.

 

Information about other portions of the Descriptive Inventory for the Hedrich-Blessing photograph collection, part 2, 1969-1989 (bulk 1970-1979):

The overall description of part 2 is available online:

http://chsmedia.org/media/fa/fa/1998/HBpt2-inv.htm

Appendices E to the descriptive inventory is available online: http://chsmedia.org/media/fa/fa/1998/HBappE-list.htm

 

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Appendix A: Subject lists:

List of Chicago buildings frequently photographed in HB part 2:

Note: The following list identifies buildings located in Chicago that were photographed most frequently in part 2 of the Hedrich-Blessing photograph collection. To view the catalog records for the corresponding job-files, search the online catalog by building name or street address. This list is not comprehensive. The online catalog of the Chicago History Museum, Research Center (available on the Internet at http://www.chsmedia.org ).

 

345 West Fullerton Parkway (Chicago, Ill.)

Apparel Center (Chicago, Ill.)

Art Institute of Chicago

Borg-Warner Building see 200 South Michigan Avenue (Chicago, Ill.)

Carson Pirie Scott Building (Chicago, Ill.)

Charnley House (Chicago, Ill.)

Chicago Board of Trade Building (Chicago, Ill. : 1930- )

Chicago Federal Center (Chicago, Ill.)

Chicago O'Hare International Airport

CNA Building (Chicago, Ill.)

CNA Plaza (Building : Chicago, Ill.)

Drury Lane Theatre (Chicago, Ill.)

First National Bank of Chicago Building

Harbor Point (Building : Chicago, Ill.)

Harris Trust and Savings Bank see 111 West Monroe Street (Chicago, Ill.)

Holiday Inn Mart Plaza (Hotel : Chicago, Ill.)

Hyatt Regency (Hotel : Chicago, Ill.)

IBM Building (1974-2006 : Chicago, Ill.)

Illinois Center (Chicago, Ill.)

John Hancock Center (Chicago, Ill.)

Lake Point Tower (Chicago, Ill.)

Louis A. Weiss Memorial Hospital

Marina City (Chicago, Ill.)

Marshall Field & Company Store see 111 North State Street (Chicago, Ill.)

McClurg Court Center (Chicago, Ill.)

McCormick Inn (Chicago, Ill.)

McCormick Place (Chicago, Ill.)

Merchandise Mart (Chicago, Ill.)

Mid-Continental Plaza (Chicago, Ill.)

One Illinois Center (Chicago, Ill.)

Prentice Women's Hospital and Maternity Center of Northwestern Memorial Hospital (Chicago, Ill.)

Ravenswood Hospital (Chicago, Ill.)

Richard J. Daley Center (Building : Chicago, Ill.)

Ritz-Carlton Chicago (Hotel)

Sears Tower (Chicago, Ill.)

Standard Oil Company Building (Chicago, Ill.)

Three First National Plaza (Chicago, Ill.)

Three Illinois Center (Chicago, Ill.)

Tremont Hotel (Chicago, Ill.)

Water Tower (Chicago, Ill.)

Water Tower Place (Chicago, Ill.)

Whitney Young Branch Library see 7901 South King Drive (Chicago, Ill.)

Woodson Regional Library Center (Chicago, Ill.)

Wrigley Building (Chicago, Ill.)

 

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Appendix A: Subject lists --continued

List of topical terms frequently used to describe HB part 2:

Note: The following list identifies topical terms used to describe images in part 2 of the Hedrich-Blessing photograph collection. Keywords terms were chosen from Library of Congress Thesaurus for Graphic Materials (LCTGM) and the Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH). Terms are classified by subject area according to hierarchies of term relationships. To view the catalog records for the corresponding job-files, search the online catalog. This list is not comprehensive. The online catalog of the Chicago History Museum, Research Center (available on the Internet at http://www.chsmedia.org ).

 

Subject area

Keyword

Commercial facilities

Architects' offices

 

Banks

 

Clothing stores

 

Commercial facilities

 

Commodity exchanges

 

Department stores

 

Hotels

 

Merchandise displays

 

Restaurants

 

Shoe stores

 

Shopping centers

 

Showrooms

 

Stores & shops

 

 

Cultural and sports & recreation facilities

Auditoriums

 

Catholic churches

 

Churches

 

Community centers

 

Convention facilities

 

Country clubs

 

Galleries & museums

 

Gymnasiums

 

Locker rooms

 

Organizations' facilities

 

Parks

 

Playgrounds

 

Public libraries

 

Religious facilities

 

Social & civic facilities

 

Sports & recreation facilities

 

Stadiums

 

Swimming pools

 

Synagogues

 

Tennis courts

 

Theaters

Educational facilities

Academic libraries

 

Classrooms

 

Community colleges

 

Educational facilities

 

Elementary school buildings

 

Elementary schools

 

High school buildings

 

High schools

 

Lecture halls

 

School buildings

 

Schools

 

Universities & colleges

 

Vocational education

 

 

Government facilities

City & town halls

 

Courthouses

 

Detention facilities

 

Fire stations

 

Government facilities

 

Jails

 

Justice facilities

 

Police stations

 

 

Health care facilities

Health care facilities

 

Hospital wards

 

Hospitals

 

Maternity hospitals

 

Mental institutions

 

Nursing homes

 

Operating rooms

 

 

Industrial facilities

Building materials industry

 

Factories

 

Food industry

 

Industrial facilities

 

Machinery

 

Mills

 

Nuclear power plants

 

Paper industry

 

Power plants

 

Steel industry

 

Warehouses

 

Water treatment plants

 

Waterworks

 

 

Office buildings

Conference rooms

 

Office buildings

 

Offices

 

Tall buildings

 

 

Residential facilities

Apartment houses

 

Apartments

 

Architect-designed houses

 

Bathrooms

 

Bedrooms

 

Condominiums

 

Dining rooms

 

Dwellings

 

Housing developments

 

Interior decoration

 

Kitchens

 

Living rooms

 

Model houses

 

Row houses

 

 

Transportation and transportation facilities

Airplanes

 

Airports

 

Automobiles

 

Bridges

 

Express highways

 

Garages

 

Hangars

 

Loading docks

 

Mass transit

 

Motorcycles

 

Parking garages

 

Parking lots

 

Piers & wharves

 

Railroad cars

 

Railroad stations

 

Streets

 

 

Design and construction

Architectural decorations & ornaments

 

Architectural elements

 

Architectural models

 

Architecture

 

Building construction

 

Building materials

 

Ceilings

 

City planning

 

Construction

 

Construction equipment

 

Fireplaces

 

Interior design

 

Roofs

 

Skylights

 

Stairways

 

Tiles

 

Walls

 

Windows

 

 

Products and objects

Appliances

 

Bars (Furniture)

 

Bookcases

 

Built-in furniture

 

Cabinets (Case furniture)

 

Chairs

 

Computers

 

Cupboards

 

Desks

 

Door checks

 

Filing cabinets

 

Floor coverings

 

Furniture

 

Office furniture

 

Outboard motors

 

Outdoor furniture

 

Partitions

 

Pinball machines

 

Plumbing fixtures

 

Seating furniture

 

Shelving

 

Signs (Notices)

 

Sofas

 

Tables

 

Upholstery

 

 

People

Architects

 

Business people

 

Children

 

Construction workers

 

Employees

 

Engineers

 

Families

 

Laborers

 

Medical personnel

 

Men

 

Nurses

 

Office workers

 

People

 

School children

 

Students

 

Women

 

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Appendix A: Subject lists --continued

List of geographic names frequently used to describe HB part 2:

List of locations by state/province:

Note: The following list identifies the most frequent locations of buildings and structures photographed in part 2 of the Hedrich-Blessing photograph collection. To view the catalog records for the corresponding job-files, search the online catalog by city name. Hedrich-Blessing photographed primarily in the Chicago area.

 

For job-files containing images photographed in multiple locations in the Chicago area search for "Chicago Metropolitan Area" (includes Chicago) or "Chicago Suburban Area" (suburbs only). This list is not comprehensive. The online catalog of the Chicago History Museum, Research Center (available on the Internet at http://www.chsmedia.org ).

 

State/Province

City

 

 

Arizona

Phoenix (Ariz.)

 

 

California

Los Angeles (Calif.)

 

San Diego (Calif.)

 

San Francisco (Calif.)

 

 

Colorado

Denver (Colo.)

 

 

District of Columbia

Washington (D.C.)

 

 

Florida

Miami (Fla.)

 

Orlando (Fla.)

 

 

Georgia

Atlanta (Ga.)

 

 

Illinois

Arlington Heights (Ill.)

 

Aurora (Ill.)

 

Barrington (Ill.)

 

Chicago (Ill.)

 

Deerfield (Ill.)

 

Des Plaines (Ill.)

 

Elgin (Ill.)

 

Elk Grove Village (Ill.)

 

Evanston (Ill.)

 

Franklin Park (Ill.)

 

Glencoe (Ill.)

 

Glenview (Ill.)

 

Highland Park (Ill.)

 

Itasca (Ill.)

 

Lake Barrington (Ill. : Village)

 

Lake Forest (Ill.)

 

Libertyville (Ill.)

 

Lincolnshire (Ill.)

 

Lincolnwood (Ill.)

 

Lombard (Ill.)

 

Melrose Park (Ill.)

 

Naperville (Ill.)

 

Niles (Ill.)

 

Northbrook (Ill.)

 

Northfield (Ill.)

 

Oak Brook (Ill.)

 

Oak Park (Ill.)

 

Park Ridge (Ill.)

 

Rockford (Ill.)

 

Rolling Meadows (Ill.)

 

Rosemont (Ill.)

 

Saint Charles (Ill.)

 

Schaumburg (Ill.)

 

Skokie (Ill.)

 

Springfield (Ill.)

 

Waukegan (Ill.)

 

Wilmette (Ill.)

 

Winnetka (Ill.)

 

Wood Dale (Ill.)

 

 

Indiana

Gary (Ind.)

 

Indianapolis (Ind.)

 

Lafayette (Ind.)

 

Merrillville (Ind.)

 

South Bend (Ind.)

 

Terre Haute (Ind.)

 

 

Iowa

Des Moines (Iowa)

 

 

Kentucky

Louisville (Ky.)

 

 

Louisiana

New Orleans (La.)

 

 

Massachusetts

Boston (Mass.)

 

 

Michigan

Detroit (Mich.)

 

Kalamazoo (Mich.)

 

 

Minnesota

Minneapolis (Minn.)

 

Saint Paul (Minn.)

 

 

Missouri

Kansas City (Mo.)

 

Saint Louis (Mo.)

New York (State)

New York (N.Y.)

 

 

Ohio

Cincinnati (Ohio)

 

Cleveland (Ohio)

 

Columbus (Ohio)

 

 

Ontario

Toronto (Ont.)

 

 

Pennsylvania

Philadelphia (Pa.)

 

 

Tennessee

Memphis (Tenn.)

 

 

Texas

Dallas (Tex.)

 

Fort Worth (Tex.)

 

Houston (Tex.)

 

San Antonio (Tex.)

 

 

Utah

Salt Lake City (Utah)

 

 

Washington (State)

Seattle (Wash.)

 

 

Wisconsin

Madison (Wis.)

 

Milwaukee (Wis.)

 

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Appendix A: Subject lists --continued

List of geographic names frequently used to describe HB part 2 --continued

List of Chicago Community Areas:

Note: The City of Chicago is divided into 77 official community areas, listed below. Hedrich-Blessing photographed buildings and structures located in most community areas. The Loop, Near North Side, and Lincoln Park are the community areas photographed most frequently by Hedrich-Blessing. To view the catalog records for the corresponding job-files, search the online catalog by community area name. The online catalog of the Chicago History Museum, Research Center (available on the Internet at http://www.chsmedia.org ).

 

Albany Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Archer Heights (Chicago, Ill.)

Armour Square (Chicago, Ill.)

Ashburn (Chicago, Ill.)

Auburn Gresham (Chicago, Ill.)

Austin (Chicago, Ill.)

Avalon Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Avondale (Chicago, Ill.)

Belmont Cragin (Chicago, Ill.)

Beverly (Chicago, Ill.)

Bridgeport (Chicago, Ill.)

Brighton Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Burnside (Chicago, Ill.)

Calumet Heights (Chicago, Ill.)

Chatham (Chicago, Ill.)

Chicago Lawn (Chicago, Ill.)

Clearing (Chicago, Ill.)

Douglas (Chicago, Ill.)

Dunning (Chicago, Ill.)

East Garfield Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

East Side (Chicago, Ill.)

Edgewater (Chicago, Ill.)

Edison Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Englewood (Chicago, Ill.)

Forest Glen (Chicago, Ill.)

Fuller Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Gage Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Garfield Ridge (Chicago, Ill.)

Grand Boulevard (Chicago, Ill.)

Greater Grand Crossing (Chicago, Ill.)

Hegewisch (Chicago, Ill.)

Hermosa (Chicago, Ill.)

Humboldt Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Hyde Park (Chicago, Ill.)

Irving Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Jefferson Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Kenwood (Chicago, Ill.)

Lake View (Chicago, Ill.)

Lincoln Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Lincoln Square (Chicago, Ill.)

Logan Square (Chicago, Ill.)

Loop (Chicago, Ill.)

Lower West Side (Chicago, Ill.)

McKinley Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Montclare (Chicago, Ill.)

Morgan Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Mount Greenwood (Chicago, Ill.)

Near North Side (Chicago, Ill.)

Near South Side (Chicago, Ill.)

Near West Side (Chicago, Ill.)

New City (Chicago, Ill.)

North Center (Chicago, Ill.)

North Lawndale (Chicago, Ill.)

North Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Norwood Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Oakland (Chicago, Ill.)

O'Hare (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Portage Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Pullman (Chicago, Ill.)

Riverdale (Chicago, Ill.)

Rogers Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

Roseland (Chicago, Ill.)

South Chicago (Chicago, Ill.)

South Deering (Chicago, Ill.)

South Lawndale (Chicago, Ill.)

South Shore (Chicago, Ill.)

Uptown (Chicago, Ill.)

Washington Heights (Chicago, Ill.)

Washington Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

West Elsdon (Chicago, Ill.)

West Englewood (Chicago, Ill.)

West Garfield Park (Chicago, Ill. : Community area)

West Lawn (Chicago, Ill.)

West Pullman (Chicago, Ill.)

West Ridge (Chicago, Ill.)

West Town (Chicago, Ill.)

Woodlawn (Chicago, Ill.)

 

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Appendix B: Clients and photographers lists:

List of clients by industry frequently represented in HB part 2:

Note: The following list identifies frequent clients of Hedrich-Blessing in part 2 of the Hedrich-Blessing photograph collection, including prominent architects. Clients are classified by industry according to North American Industry Classification System codes. To view the catalog records for the corresponding job-files, search the online catalog by client name. This list is not comprehensive. The online catalog of the Chicago History Museum, Research Center (available on the Internet at http://www.chsmedia.org ).

 

Industry Classification

(NAICS Code)

Corporate Name

 

 

Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services (5413)

A. Epstein and Sons International

 

Alden B. Dow, Inc.

 

Alfred Shaw and Associates

 

Austin Company

 

Baxter, Hodel, Donnelly, Preston Architects

 

Bertrand Goldberg Associates

 

C.F. Murphy Associates (Chicago, Ill.)

 

Caudill, Rowlett, Scott

 

Charles Edward Stade & Associates

 

Coder Taylor & Associates

 

Consoer & Morgan Architects (Firm)

 

David Haid Associates

 

Dubin, Dubin, Black & Moutoussamy (Architecture firm : Chicago, Ill.)

 

FGM Inc.

 

Fujikawa, Conterato, Lohan and Associates (Chicago, Ill.)

 

General Design Partnership (Greenville, Ill.)

 

Graham, Anderson, Probst, White

 

Hammond Beeby & Associates

 

Hammond, Beeby, and Babka

 

Harry Weese and Associates

 

Howard, Needles, Tammen & Bergendoff

 

James D. Ferris & Associates (Chicago, Ill.)

 

Jensen & Halstead

 

Keck & Keck

 

Loebl, Schlossman, Bennett & Dart

 

Office of Mies van der Rohe

 

Perkins & Will

 

Powell/Kleinschmidt (Firm)

 

Sargent & Lundy

 

Schipporeit, Inc. (Evanston, Ill.)

 

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

 

Swenson Chang Architects (Chicago, Ill.)

 

Vickrey/Wines Associates (Chicago, Ill.)

 

Walter Scholer & Associates

 

Wendt, Cedarholm & Tippens

 

 

Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services (5416)

Meredith Publishing Services (Des Moines, Iowa)

 

 

Depository Credit Intermediation (5221)

First National Bank of Chicago

 

Northern Trust Company

 

Talman Federal Savings and Loan Association
of Chicago

 

 

Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers (5312)

Bennett & Kahnweiler

 

Browne & Storch

 

Sheldon Good & Co.

 

 

Advertising and Related Services (5418)

Alex T. Franz, Inc.

 

Biddle Company

 

Brunswick Advertising Agency

 

Clem T. Hanson Advertising Agency (Moline, Ill.)

 

Foltz-Wessinger, Inc. (Lancaster, Pa.)

 

Frank C. Nahser, Inc.

 

Fuller, Smith & Ross

 

Garfield-Linn & Company

 

Hoffman Advertising (New York, N.Y.)

 

Huwen & Davies (Chicago, Ill.)

 

L.W. Ramsey Advertising Agency

 

Leibson, Lightle & Associates (Chicago, Ill.)

 

Marsteller, Inc. (Chicago, Ill.)

 

Martin J. Simmons Advertising (Chicago, Ill.)

 

Needham, Harper & Steers

 

Ogilvy & Mather

 

Peter Mayer Advertising (New Orleans, La.)

 

 

Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services (5419)

Hedrich-Blessing (Firm)

 

 

Business Support Services (5614)

Culligan International Company

 

 

Nonresidential Building Construction (2362)

Construction Specialties

 

Cunningham Brothers (Beloit, Wis.)

 

Lazar & Associates (Chicago, Ill.)

 

Miller-Davis Company (Kalamazoo, Mich.)

 

Tymar Industries (Beloit, Wis.)

 

 

Land Subdivision (2372)

Gerald D. Hines Interests

 

J.S. James & Company (Chicago, Ill.)

 

Oliver Tyrone Corporation

 

 

Building Equipment Contractors (2382)

Meade Electric Company

 

 

Building Finishing Contractors (2383)

Acoustiflex Corporation (Plainfield, Ill.)

 

Conwed Corporation

 

Ickes-Braun Glasshouses, Inc.

 

Roper-IBG

 

Seery & Company

 

Seery-Hill & Associates (Oak Brook, Ill.)

 

Super Sky Products Company

 

 

Textile and Fabric Finishing and Fabric Coating Mills (3133)

Chatham Manufacturing Company (Elkin, N.C.)

 

 

Textile Furnishings Mills (3141)

Joanna Western Mills Company

 

 

Converted Paper Product Manufacturing (3222)

Container Corporation of America

 

 

Printing and Related Support Activities (3231)

R.R. Donnelley and Sons Company

 

 

Glass and Glass Product Manufacturing (3272)

PPG Industries

 

 

Lime and Gypsum Product Manufacturing (3274)

Canadian Gypsum Company

 

United States Gypsum Co.

 

 

Other Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing (3279)

Celotex Company

 

 

Household, Institutional Furniture, Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturing (3371)

Equipment Manufacturing Company

 

Heywood-Wakefield Company

 

St. Charles Manufacturing Company

 

 

Office Furniture Manufacturing (3372)

All-Steel Inc.

 

Cole Business Furniture (York, Pa.)

 

HON Industries

 

 

Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing (3399)

Spanjer Brothers

 

 

Building Material and Supplies Dealers (4441)

H.H. Robertson Company

 

 

Clothing Stores (4481)

Hart, Schaffner & Marx

 

 

Shoe Stores (4482)

Florsheim Shoes

 

 

Department Stores (4521)

Carson Pirie Scott

 

Marshall Field & Company

 

 

Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools (6113)

Illinois Institute of Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amusement, Gambling, and Recreation Industries (7130)

Bally Manufacturing Corporation

 

 

Personal Care Services (8121)

Seligman & Latz

 

 

Executive, Legislative, and Other General Government Support (9211)

Capital Development Board of the State of Illinois

 

Chicago (Ill.)

 

 

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Appendix B: Clients and photographers lists --continued

List of Hedrich-Blessing photographers between 1970 and 1979:

Arnold, Guy

Edwards, Bruce

Engdahl, William S.

Harr, Robert H.

Hedrich, James W.

Hedrich, William C.

Merrick, Nick

Porth, Robert J.

Shimer, Robert

Suter, Giovanni

 

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Appendix C: Selected bibliography about Hedrich-Blessing:

 

"A Camera Artist Views a Great City." Chicago Sunday Tribune Magazine, January 17, 1960, 24-25.

 

"Aerial Photography Business Soaring." Chicago Tribune, August 2, 1970, E1.

 

Anderson, Henry, ed. "Patrons of the Craft." Interior Design 26, no. 1 (January 1955): 76-81.

 

Bowermaster, Jan. "The Family Way." American Photographer 22, no. 2 (February 1989): 46.

 

Busch, Akiko. The Photography of Architecture. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., 1987.

 

Debat, Alfred. "Hedrich-Blessing: Photographers for America's Architecture." View Camera 13, no. 4-6 (March/April 1997): 12-19.

 

Foerstner, Abigail. "The Hedrich-Blessing Look Changed Architectural Imagery. " Chicago Tribune, June 5, 1987, 80, 86.

 

Gapp, Paul. "The Exacting Business of Shooting Buildings." Chicago Tribune Magazine, November 12, 1978, 28-29.

 

---. "Saving a Treasury: Will the Hedrich-Blessing Archive Stay in Chicago?" Chicago Tribune, May 14, 1989, 24.

 

Geran, Monica. "Eye on the Camera." Interior Design 65, no. 8 (August 1994): 58+.

 

"Hedrich-Blessing" Studio Light 1 (January 1981): 1-7.

 

Hedrich, Jack O. "Oral History of Jack O. Hedrich," by Betty J. Blum. Chicago Architects Oral History Project, Art Institute of Chicago, June 1, 1993.

 

Hedrich, William C. "Oral History of William C. Hedrich," by Betty J. Blum. Chicago Architects Oral History Project, Art Institute of Chicago, April 13-15, 1992.

 

Hiss, Tony. Building Images: Seventy Years of Photography at Hedrich Blessing. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2000.

 

Levinsohn, Florence. "Shot Seen Round the World." Chicago Reader 11, no. 27 (April 1982): 10-11, 38-40, 42.

 

Lowe, David. "Hedrich-Blessing." Interior Design 51, no. 10 (October 1980): 264-281.

 

Molitor, Joseph W. Architectural Photography. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1976.

 

Nasatir, Judith. "Hedrich-Blessing." Interior Design 63, no. 16 (December 1992): S43.

 

Newman, M. W. "Picture Perfect." Chicago 37, no. 11 (November 1988): 183-189.

 

Robinson, Cervin, and Joel Herschman. Architecture Transformed: A History of the Photography of Buildings from 1839 to the Present. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press and New York: Architectural League of New York, 1987.

 

Sobieszek, Robert A. Hedrich-Blessing: Architectural Photography, 1930-1981. Rochester, N.Y.: International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House, 1981.

 

---. The Architectural Photography of Hedrich-Blessing. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1984.

 

Tucker, John G. "Anatomy of a studio." Interior Design 55 (July 1984): 224+.

 

"You Ought to Know? Ken Hedrich." Advertising Age, April 29, 1946.

 

Von Kreisler-Bomben, Kristin. "Hedrich-Blessing: A Half Century of Architectural Photography." Dynamic Years 17, no. 3 (May-June 1982): 32-39.

 

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Appendix D: Stock file codes used by Hedrich-Blessing:

Note: Stock file codes were assigned by Hedrich-Blessing in part 2 of the Hedrich-Blessing photograph collection. The collection contains images relating to many of the stock file codes listed here. To view the catalog records for the corresponding job-files and stock files, search the online catalog by stock file code. The online catalog of the Chicago History Museum, Research Center (available on the Internet at http://www.chsmedia.org ).

 

Code

Description of Stock-file code

E1

Decor details, floors

E2

Tabletops, bars

E3

Bathrooms

E4

Bedrooms

E5

Unknown

E6

Dining rooms

E7

Entrances, painted doors, hallways

E9

Kitchens

E10

Kitchen dining

E11 A

Living rooms, modern

E11 B

Living rooms, traditional

E12

Living dining

E13

Painted

E13 A

Painted, bathrooms

E13 C

Painted, bedrooms (adult)

E13 G

Painted, decor details

E13 I

Painted, dining rooms, dinettes

E13 K

Painted, doors, hallways

E13 M

Painted, family recreation rooms

E13 P

Painted, kitchens

E13 Q

Painted, living rooms, modern

E13 R

Painted, living rooms, traditional

E13 T

Painted, porches, enclosed

E13 V

Painted, studies, guest rooms

E13 W

Unknown

E14

Porches, atriums

E15

Recreation rooms, swimming pools

E16

Stairs

E17

Studies, guestrooms, dens

E18

Workshops, utility rooms

E19

Wood, wood construction

E20

Windows, from inside

F0

Apartments

F1

Breezeways

F2

Brick

F3

Concrete

F9

Gardens, terraces, landscaping

F9 A

Housing developments

F10

Lawns

F11

Night views

F12

Painted exteriors

F13

Porches, enclosed

F14

Recreational

F15

Shingles

F16

Stone

F18

Terraces

F19

Windows

F21

Unpainted wood

G0

Aerials

G5

Unknown

G15

Construction

G25

Farming

G35

Medical centers

G40

Hotels, motels, apartments

G45

Industrial productions, power plants

G50

Libraries, museums, clubs, conservatories

G55

Office buildings

G60

Office buildings, 1-4 stories

G70

Store exteriors

G72

Cityscapes

G75

Scenic

G82

Seasonal, fall

G83

Seasonal, winter

G87

Scenic, miscellaneous recreation, swimming pools

G100

Transportation, railroads

H5

Banks

H10

Churches

H15

Factories, manufacturing, industrial

H35

Transportation

H45

Industrial

H50

Industrial research

H60

Offices, lobbies, reception areas

H75

Offices, private

H78

Unknown

H80

Restaurant interiors

H85

Schools, gymnasiums

 

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In a separate online document: Appendix E: List of titles of job-files and stock files in Hedrich-Blessing photograph collection, part 2, 1969-1989 (bulk 1970-1979), in order by HB-number.