|Marshall Field & Company, State and Washington Streets, Chicago, showing the one and only Field clock at that time. (c.1891)|
|Marshall Field & Company, State Street Store, Chicago, looking north-east from State and Washington Streets. Note the original clock. (1904)|
|1st clock on the corner of State and Washington Sts.|
The first Marshall Field clock was installed in 1897 onto the building's corner of State and Washington streets (the old south building).
A second, fancier clock was added at the corner of State and Randolph streets in 1902. For five years the designs of the clocks didn’t match, but in 1909 the original clock at State and Washington was replaced with one that was identical to the second clock on State and Randolph streets when the south building was built to match the north building.
|Marshall Field & Company, State Street Store, Chicago, looking north-east from State and Washington Streets. Note the New Clock (1912)|
|State and Washington Streets looking North. July 9, 1916.|
|NOTE: Time on two faces is a little off.|
|NOTE: The two faces show different times.|
|Marshall Field’s 1960s.|
The Boston Store and their clock are on the corner of State and Madison Streets which is one block SOUTH of Marshall Field's.
|Looking west on Madison Street from State Street, Chicago. 1928|
The Field's clock at State and Washington streets can be seen in the distance in many pictures and postcards looking north from the Boston Store.
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