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Fort Sheridan, Infantry Drill Hall, Whistler & Ronan Roads, Fort Sheridan, Lake County, IL



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HB430324
East (front) Elevation

HB430325
South Elevation

HB430326
Northeast Corner

HB430327
West Elevation

HB430328
Entryway, East Elevation

HB430329
Windows, East Elevation

HB430330
Roof Structure


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Item Title


Location
Whistler & Ronan Roads, Fort Sheridan, IL

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS IL-1113-21
Building/structure dates: 1893 initial construction
National Register Number: 80001379
Significance: The Infantry Drill Hall is a large edifice with the excellent architectural detailing that characterizes the Holabird and Roche designed buildings at Fort Sheridan. One of the more impressive of the early buildings, it makes a notable addition to the comprehensiveness of the surviving building stock at Fort Sheridan.

Subjects
Gymnasiums
Military Facilities
Military Training


Related Names
Holabird & Roche
Hall,Corse & Jeffrey


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. EAST (FRONT) ELEVATION
2. SOUTH ELEVATION
3. NORTHEAST CORNER
4. WEST ELEVATION
5. ENTRYWAY, EAST ELEVATION
6. WINDOWS, EAST ELEVATION
7. ROOF STRUCTURE


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