Chicago Architect

Marcia talks to architect Jack Hartray about Bertrand Goldberg. Goldberg died earlier this week at age 84. He was an architect best known for two cylindrical towers he designed in Chicago - described as "concrete cornhusks" because that is what they resemble.

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