• Creator
  • Miller, Patricia L; Illinois Heritage Association
  • Created Date
  • 8-2-02
  • Description
  • 105 S. Goodwin Avenue, Urbana. James B. Dibelka's restrained Renaissance Revival design is enhanced with a variety of types of tile and some of the best terra-cotta work in Champaign-Urbana. When the building was completed in 1915, Illinois ranked fourth among states in ceramics production. The brick, terra-cotta, concrete, and ornaments for the building came from Illinois. Brick manufacturers from the Midwest contributed sample display panels... more
    105 S. Goodwin Avenue, Urbana. James B. Dibelka's restrained Renaissance Revival design is enhanced with a variety of types of tile and some of the best terra-cotta work in Champaign-Urbana. When the building was completed in 1915, Illinois ranked fourth among states in ceramics production. The brick, terra-cotta, concrete, and ornaments for the building came from Illinois. Brick manufacturers from the Midwest contributed sample display panels for the first floor hallway. Distributor of the card was the University of Illinois Supply Store. Urban Treasure Hunt. 16 History. less
  • Format
  • Ceramics.jpg