|Illinois Mid-Century Modern Domes|
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|Mary Brown Center
East St. Louis, IL
|The Mary Brown Center dome was built in 1968 and is used as a community center. [map]|
The Dome in Freeport has been subdivided into a mix of businesses. Does anyone know what was here originally and if it has always had shingles like this? [map]
The Domes in Countryside seem to be the former location of Domes America, a dome manufacturer. There are three large domes and one small one, now used by a variety of businesses. [map]
|The Assembly Hall was designed by Max Abramovitz and opened in 1963. It is on the campus of the University of Illinois and used for concerts and University events. The edge-supported dome is 400 feet across. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]|
More Illinois Mid-Century Modern Domes:
Bucky Dome (Carbondale)
rail car repair facility (Wood River) [map]
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