Illinois Art Deco & Streamline Moderne Buildings (page 1)

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Aurora St. Charles Senior Living Apartments

Campana Building
Batavia, IL
The Campana Building was constructed in 1937. The tower contained a 45,000-gallon water tank. The Campana Company produced "Campana Balm", a hand lotion, and other cosmetics for women. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There has been talk of converting the building to retail use. However, the building has remained vacant for years. In 2009, it was used as a Haunted House. For more, see this website. [map]

Community Building

Holy Trinity Church

Illinois National Guard Building
Cairo, IL
This Illinois National Guard Building was built in 1932. [map]

Independent Order of Odd Fellows Meeting Hall
Centralia, IL
This Independent Order of Odd Fellows Meeting Hall was built around 1932. The terra cotta details probably continued to the ground floor originally. For more, see this website. [map]

former National Guard Armory

Du Quoin State Fair
Du Quoin, IL
The Du Quoin State Fair was founded in 1923. The main entrance shown here was built in 1948. It features twin gate houses. A metal arch with the words "World Trotting Derby" connected them. It previously read "Hambletonian". In 2010, just after these photos were taken, the Fair stopped hosting the World Trotting Derby and the letters were removed. The Duquoin State Fair letters are also missing now. For more, see this website. [map]

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