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Take a peek into what the UIC campus looked like in 1974 when it was only 9 years old. The architect was Walter Netsch of Skidmore, Ownings and Merrill who brought a Brutalist esthetic when he designed the campus with cubist forms of raw concrete. Frames #13-15 are of my best friend Debbie Quiroz on the rooftop of the Art & Architecture Building, frames #16-19 are self-portraits in the mirrored pyramids atop the A & A Building and #06-13 take in the campus with the walkways and which have been torn down. At the time that the Willis (aka Sears) Tower was photographed it was one year old. You can see that traffic was light and nowhere what we experience in 2024. The remainder of the photos are of me in the bathroom mirror of my parents apartment in Rogers Park and finally a photo of the television of the Soul Train program in #00. Different times, you bet!
A & A UIC DEBBIE Q_13_A & A UIC DEBBIE Q_14_A & A UIC DEBBIE Q_15_A & A UIC SELF-PORTRAITS- DAW_16A & A UIC SELF-PORTRAITS- DAW_17A & A UIC SELF-PORTRAITS- DAW_18A & A UIC SELF-PORTRAITS- DAW_19A & A UIC,_06A & A UIC,_07A & A UIC_03A & A UIC_04A & A UIC_05A & A UIC_08A & A UIC_09A & A UIC_10A & A UIC_11A & A UIC_12A & A UIC_13A & A UIC_14A & A UIC_15