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Full of Mid-Century Modern vibe, these colorful 1950s artifacts show a few examples of the Statler Hilton in sketches. The Statler Hilton used several artists to sketch glamous renderings of the hotel when it first opened, showing off its clean lines and progressive architecture. Advertisements announced the hotel’s opening to the world; luggage…(Read More)
A Supergraphic advertisement rising on the wall of 1920 Elm Street in 2010 was the main culprit for major changes in the area. The pocket park located at Harwood/Elm was adversely affected (see this post for more information) and the district’s image as a whole was compromised by a non-compatible form of…(Read More)