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Dankmar Adler

Dankmar Adler (born July 3, 1844 in Germany; died April 16, 1900 in Chicago, Illinois) was a jewisharchitect. Among the buildings he design are the Chicago Stock Exchange and the Chicago Auditorium[?]. In addition to his own accomplishments with steel-framed buildings and skyscrapers, he trained Frank Lloyd Wright.



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