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CURIOUS STATISTICS ABOUT THE MONADNOCK BUILDING. Larger than Some Prosperous Illinois Towns--If All Tenants Should Get Into the Street at Once They Would Make Nine Layers of Humanity--Effingham People Could Move In, Bag and Baggage, and Have Room Left.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Feb 24, 1896
Start Page: 3
Pages: 1
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Occupants of the Monadnock Building must not all attempt to leave the building at one and the same time. A mathematician who had nothing else to do yesterday compiled some figures in regard to the big office structure which are rather startling.

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