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The Wyandotte Building was designed by Daniel Hudson Burnham, chief architect of the Worlds Columbian Exhibition in Chicago. Completed in 1897, the Chicago style building was Columbus’ first skyscraper. The Wyandotte Building – which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places – is named for some of Columbus’... Read more

The Wyandotte Building was designed by Daniel Hudson Burnham, chief architect of the Worlds Columbian Exhibition in Chicago. Completed in 1897, the Chicago style building was Columbus’ first skyscraper. The Wyandotte Building – which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places – is named for some of Columbus’ first residents, the Wyandot Indians, who were the last tribe moved from Ohio.

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21 W Broad St
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Franklin County

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