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Posted by  Kelly Baker on October 12, 2003 at 14:16:57:

I have been unable to find enough information on the exterior of the Hotel Adolphus. I know that it is of French Baroque style. However, it looks to be a mixture of styles and I was hoping to find more information in regards to that. I generally look to this site for information of all buildings. I was wondering why it has not been included here as it is Dallas landmark built in 1912 that to this day is the most impressive hotel, both architecturally and decoratively in the city.

If anyone has any more information on this building, please post a message. If anyone reading this has any influence on what is featured on this site, please include the Hotel Adolphus in your list of buildings as it is a monument to the design of the turn of the twentieth century in the United States.

Thank you!

 
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