Table of contents for Burnham of Chicago : architect and planner / Thomas S. Hines.

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Introduction			xxi
I The Long Childhood		3
II The Large Partnership	16
Burnham and Root, 1873-1891
III Building in the Sky		44
Burnham, Root, and the Rise of the Skyscraper, 1881-1891
IV The Big Dream		73
Planning the World's Columbian Exposition, 1889-1891
V The Make Believe City		92
The Building of the Fair, 1891-1893
VI Legacies of the Fair		125
VII The New Capital		139
The Washington Plan of 1902
VIII The Paradox of Progressive Architecture			158
The Cleveland Group Plan of 1903
IX The Promise of Urban Planning 174
The San Francisco Plan of 1905
X The Imperial Facade		197
The Philippine Plans of 1905
XI Promoter and Benefactor	217
The Architect as Philanthropist
XII The Private Life of a Public Man 234
XIII The Architecture of Capitalism 268
D. H. Burnham and Company, 1891-1912
XIV Beyond the White City	312
The Chicago Plan of 1909
XV Uncle Dan			346
Epilogue: No Little Plans	367
Appendix A			371
A Chronological List of the Buildings of Burnham and Root and D. H. Burnham and Company
Appendix B			385
A Note on, and Index of, Comparative Building Construction Costs, 1870-1970
Essay on Sources		387
Notes				401
Index				435

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Burnham, Daniel Hudson, 1846-1912.
Architects -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Biography.
City planners -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Biography.