Raymond M. Hood
Raymond M. Hood is an American 20th century architect who worked primarily in the Art Deco style. He and his partner John Mead Howells won first prize in the 1922 Chicago Tribune Building competition. He later designed the New York Daily News Building, the McGraw-Hill Building in New York and was on the team of architects who designed the Rockefeller Center in New York City.
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