image courtesy Chris Meister's James Riely Gordon: His Courthouses and Other Public Buildings

At this point you may be sick of me talking about Texas courthouses. Believe me I'm pretty sick of talking about them as well. That said, for this month's episode of The Works I talk about a building that one of the state's predominant courthouse architects (James Riely Gordon) designed in a place far away from Texas (Chicago) for an event that changed the course architectural history (The World's Columbian Exposition).

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