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Frost & Granger was an architectural partnership from 1898 to 1910 of brothers-in-law Charles Sumner Frost (1856–1931) and Alfred Hoyt Granger (1867–1939). Frost and Granger were known for their designs of train stations and terminals, including the now-demolished Chicago and North Western Terminal, in Chicago. The firm designed several residences in Hyde Park, Illinois, and many other buildings. Several of their buildings are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Works (attribution) include:

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  • Frost & Granger was an architectural partnership from 1898 to 1910 of brothers-in-law Charles Sumner Frost (1856–1931) and Alfred Hoyt Granger (1867–1939). Frost and Granger were known for their designs of train stations and terminals, including the now-demolished Chicago and North Western Terminal, in Chicago. The firm designed several residences in Hyde Park, Illinois, and many other buildings. Several of their buildings are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Works (attribution) include:
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  • Frost & Granger was an architectural partnership from 1898 to 1910 of brothers-in-law Charles Sumner Frost (1856–1931) and Alfred Hoyt Granger (1867–1939). Frost and Granger were known for their designs of train stations and terminals, including the now-demolished Chicago and North Western Terminal, in Chicago. The firm designed several residences in Hyde Park, Illinois, and many other buildings. Several of their buildings are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Works (attribution) include: * Chicago & North Western Station (1898), Wilmette, Illinois, demolished in the 1970s * Chicago & North Western Station (1898), Ravenswood, Illinois * Chicago & North Western Station (1899), Clybourn Junction, Illinois * Chicago and North Western Railway Passenger Depot (1899), 202 Dousman Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed * Chicago and North Western Railway station (1899), Western Avenue and Deer Path, Lake Forest, Illinois * Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company Passenger Depot (1900), 127 S. Spring Street, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed, * Racine Depot (1901), 1402 Liberty Street, Racine, Wisconsin (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed * Rock Island Lines Passenger Station (1901), 3029 5th Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed * LaSalle Street Station (1902), Chicago, demolished 1981 * (1902), Hoopeston, Illinois * (1902), Oak Street NW., Sleepy Eye, Minnesota (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed * (1902), Wausau, Wisconsin * (1902), 2nd Street & Nebraska Street, Sioux City, IA, demolished in 1962. * West Madison Depot, Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway (1903), 640 W. Washington Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed * Chicago and North Western office building, 226 West Jackson Boulevard at Franklin Street, Chicago (1904) * Chicago & North Western Station (1904), Lake Bluff, Illinois * Northern Trust Company Building, 50 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, (1905) * , Zion City, Illinois * Chicago & North Western Freight Station (1906), Omaha, Nebraska * Chicago and North Western Depot (1906), Railroad Street, Reedsburg, Wisconsin (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed * Antigo Depot (1907), 522 Morse Street, Antigo, Wisconsin (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed * (1907), Main Street east of 1st Street, Breda, Iowa, to standard plan "Combination Depot No. 2" drawn by Frost & Granger (1899) * Chicago & North Western Depot (1907), Norwood Park, Illinois * Chicago & North Western Station, Madison, Wisconsin. * Chicago & North Western Station (1910), Harvard, Illinois * Three Chicago & North Western Interlocking Towers (1910), Chicago, Illinois * Chicago & North Western Station (1910), Evanston, Illinois * (1910), Aberdeen, South Dakota * Chicago and North Western Terminal (1911), Chicago, demolished 1984 * Chicago and North Western Railway Powerhouse (1911), 211 North Clinton St, Chicago * (1914), U.S. 212, Redfield, South Dakota (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed
  • Frost & Granger was an architectural partnership from 1898 to 1910 of brothers-in-law Charles Sumner Frost (1856–1931) and Alfred Hoyt Granger (1867–1939). Frost and Granger were known for their designs of train stations and terminals, including the now-demolished Chicago and North Western Terminal, in Chicago. The firm designed several residences in Hyde Park, Illinois, and many other buildings. Several of their buildings are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Works (attribution) include: * Chicago & North Western Station (1898), Wilmette, Illinois, demolished in the 1970s * Chicago & North Western Station (1898), Ravenswood, Illinois * Chicago & North Western Station (1899), Clybourn Junction, Illinois * Chicago and North Western Railway Passenger Depot (1899), 202 Dousman Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed * Chicago and North Western Railway station (1899), Western Avenue and Deer Path, Lake Forest, Illinois * Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company Passenger Depot (1900), 127 S. Spring Street, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed, * Racine Depot (1901), 1402 Liberty Street, Racine, Wisconsin (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed * Rock Island Lines Passenger Station (1901), 3029 5th Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed * LaSalle Street Station (1902), Chicago, demolished 1981 * (1902), Hoopeston, Illinois * (1902), Oak Street NW., Sleepy Eye, Minnesota (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed * (1902), Wausau, Wisconsin * (1902), 2nd Street & Nebraska Street, Sioux City, IA, demolished in 1962. * West Madison Depot, Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway (1903), 640 W. Washington Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed * Chicago and North Western office building, 226 West Jackson Boulevard at Franklin Street, Chicago (1904) * Chicago & North Western Station (1904), Lake Bluff, Illinois * (1904), Beloit, Wisconsin * Northern Trust Company Building, 50 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, (1905) * , Zion City, Illinois * Chicago & North Western Freight Station (1906), Omaha, Nebraska * Chicago and North Western Depot (1906), Railroad Street, Reedsburg, Wisconsin (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed * Antigo Depot (1907), 522 Morse Street, Antigo, Wisconsin (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed * (1907), Main Street east of 1st Street, Breda, Iowa, to standard plan "Combination Depot No. 2" drawn by Frost & Granger (1899) * Chicago & North Western Depot (1907), Norwood Park, Illinois * Chicago & North Western Station, Madison, Wisconsin. * Chicago & North Western Station (1910), Harvard, Illinois * Three Chicago & North Western Interlocking Towers (1910), Chicago, Illinois * Chicago & North Western Station (1910), Evanston, Illinois * (1910), Aberdeen, South Dakota * Chicago and North Western Terminal (1911), Chicago, demolished 1984 * Chicago and North Western Railway Powerhouse (1911), 211 North Clinton St, Chicago * (1914), U.S. 212, Redfield, South Dakota (Frost & Granger), NRHP-listed
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