The Architecture Puzzler
Created by Dave Guadagni
Architecture Puzzler #398
Riverside, Illinois, just outside the city of Chicago, was one of the first middle-class garden suburbs in the United States. When was it developed — 1863, 1887, or 1902?
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Architecture Puzzler #397
There are several forces in nature that work to move water. Gravity is one force we are familiar with. Another less familiar one is "capillary action." Please describe capillary action.
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An "American Water Landmark," the Riverside Water Tower allowed for indoor plumbing nine miles (14.5 kilometers) outside the city of Chicago.
Photo: William P. Lynch, Jr.