Definition of Daniel Hudson Burnham
1. Noun. United States architect who designed the first important skyscraper with a skeleton (1846-1912).
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Literary usage of Daniel Hudson Burnham
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Daniel H. Burnham; Architect, Planner of Cities by Charles Moore (1921)
"Daniel Hudson Burnham, appointed by President Taft the chairman of this Commission on its organization in May ..."
2. What of the City?: America's Greatest Issue--city Planning, what it is and by Walter Dwight Moody (1919)
"308 Daniel Hudson Burnham 314 Court of Honor, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago 322 Daniel Hudson Burnham and His City Planning Colleagues 324 Paris ..."
3. Architecture and Building (1912)
"Daniel Hudson Burnham By THEODORE I FIRST saw Daniel Burnham when he was in the flush of his early business success in 1884. He had just started to get his ..."
4. Planning Problems of Town, City, and Region: Papers and Discussions at the by American Civic Association (1913)
"... by the citizens of Chicago and the entire nation with every passing year of all future time, the creator of the Plan of Chicago — Daniel Hudson Burnham. ..."
5. San Francisco's Great Disaster: A Full Account of the Recent Terrible by Sydney Tyler, Ralph Stockman Tarr (1906)
"Daniel Hudson Burnham, builder of cities, expects San Francisco to take its place as the American Paris in the arrangement of its streets and the American ..."
6. Wacker's Manual of the Plan of Chicago by Walter Dwight Moody, Charles Henry Wacker, Chicago Plan Commission (1916)
"Daniel Hudson Burnham just after the close of the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893. The park board adopted his idea for the development of the south ..."