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Benjamin H. Marshall
Chicago Architect


Announcing Our Latest Project!

A Short Documentary Film

 

Benjamin Marshall, Chicago architect, a short film to be premiered at the
2019 Crst-ever short film on the works and legacy of Benjamin Marshall, one of the greatest yet unknown Chicago architects. Marshall is responsible for designing some of the most iconic and well-known buildings in the city such as the Drake Hotel, the Edgewater Beach Hotel, East Lake Shore Drive, and the Blackstone Hotel... .The Benjamin Marshall Society is dedicated to creating an international forum on architecture and urbanism through film, literature, exhibits and a host of public programs.

This short film will be introduced during the second half of 2019 and will showcase many of Marshall's works as well as highlight key elements of his Gatsby-like life. The goal is to educate Chicagoans and visitors from all over the world about the architect behind the buildings they have long admired.

The documentary will be available in public libraries and will become a permanent part of the Benjamin Marshall Society's tools to continue supporting the rich history of Chicago. The Society has set the fundraising goal of $35,000 for the production of the documentary, to be filmed by Wild Bill Productions, out of Hollywood.

In gratitude for your generous donation, your name will be included in the film credits of the first-ever documentary film on Benjamin Marshall to be premiered at the 2019 Chicago Architectural Biennial.

For all questions and information call Bill McCluskey at (866) 948 5140


  

Executive Producer: $5,000 (top billing )

• Name, company name, and logo at the beginning front end of the film as "xxx Presents."
• A First private showing for donors and guests before public release,
and lecture by Benjamin Marshall Society.
• 8 tickets to next Benjamin Marshall Society gala where the film will be shown.
• Recognition in all accompanying film brochures and website.




Producer: $2500

• Name, company name, and logo in film credits under "Producer."
• A First private showing for donors and guests before public release.
• 5 tickets to next Benjamin Marshall Society gala where the film will be shown.
• Recognition in all accompanying film brochures and website.




Associate Producer: $1,000
• Name and logo in film credits under "Associate Producer."
• 2 tickets to next Benjamin Marshall Society gala where the film will be shown.
• Recognition in all accompanying film brochures and website.

 


Gatsby: $500
• Name in film credits under "Gatsby."
• 2 tickets to next Benjamin Marshall Society event (outside of gala) where the film will be shown.
• Recognition in all accompanying film brochures and website.




Ascot: $250 
• Name in film credits under "Ascot".
• Recognition in all accompanying film brochures and website,
including in the program of the film premiere.


Special Thanks: $100

 Name recognition in the program of the film premiere.
 A special Benjamin Marshall thank you postcard.


 
General Donation
To Donate and Support the Benjamin Marshall Society

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All donations to the Benjamin Marshall Society are valued.
We are grateful for each and every contribution. Please fill in your desired amount.

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Donations to the Benjamin Marshall Society are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.



All checks should be made out to the Benjamin Marshall Society.  Please send them to:

Benjamin Marshall Society c/o Carolyn Selke
728 North Dryden Avenue
Arlington Heights, IL 60004

For questions or information, please call Carolyn Selke at 847.977.3865

Donations are non-refundable.
Contributions are fully tax-deductible to the extent of the law.


Immerse yourself in the history of Chicago
with Benjamin H. Marshall: Chicago Architect.

Call Bill McCluskey at
(866) 948-5140


Benjamin H. Marshall: Chicago Architect, the first ever - published book on this "maker" of Chicago and commissioned by the Benjamin Marshall Society, will give you a page - turning, insiders' look into Marshall's fascinating life and work.

book cover
While the majority of Benjamin Marshall's work was in Chicago, he also designed buildings, residences, hotels and theaters across the United States.  Ahead of his time, he was among the first in the development of the financial tool which would later become known as co-operative ownership, or co-ops.


The Benjamin Marshall Society is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
All donations to the Society are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.

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Contact

Thank you for your interest. For questions or comments, please use the information listed here. We look forward to hearing from you!

Phone
(866) 948-5140

Email
info@benjaminmarshallsociety.org 
treasurer@benjaminmarshallsociety.org 

Address
Benjamin Marshall Society
6115 North Francisco Avenue, 1N
Chicago, IL 60659

Service Area
US and Canada

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