|Santa Catalina Island off the coast of California where, in 1921, William Wrigley Jr. hired Davis to design his "summer home." Nice view.|
Mrs. W.D. Curtin's 1899 new home designed by Davis.
Look what $15,000 would buy back then. The house is still a private residence.
|Through good times and bad, Davis' talents were in constant demand.|
|St Ambrose Church, 1904, Zachary T. Davis,|
at the intersection of S. Ellis and 47th street, Chicago..
|Notice Davis's rather laughable addition (upper photo) of classical columns and motifs to Comiskey's baseball grandstands.|
|Comiskey Park amounted to a practice run for Davis in designing what later came to be called Wrigley Field. Davis jettisoned the past to invent "ballpark" architecture.|
|They keep updating Wrigley Field, but they will never replace this venerable Chicago landmark.|
|Oaklawn Park, 1905, Hot Springs, Arkansas, Zachary T. Davis.|
|Speedway Park, 1913-18, Maywood, Illinois|
|Notice that, even when designing a factory, Davis allowed certain classical decorative elements to creep into the plans.|
|St. James Chapel, Quigley Seminary, Chicago.|