This enamel pin features the famous Chicago Theatre Marquee sign. The Chicago Theatre was the "...largest, most costly and grandest of the super deluxe movie palaces" built up to that date and thus now the oldest surviving grand movie palace. The Chicago Theatre was among the earliest theaters in the nation to be built in Rapp and Rapp's signature Neo-Baroque French-revival style. It is the oldest surviving example of this style in Chicago Dimensions: .25 x 2” Materials: Hard enamel, rubber backing
Reformed School (Bronzeville)
ReformedSchool combines art, fashion, and eco friendly materials together to create unique items you can wear and adorn your home. Using fashion as a tool to educate on topics such as the environment, history, social justice and pop culture.
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