Old Greyhound Bus Terminal
The Greyhound Bus Terminal opened in 1938 and was one of a number of Streamline Art Moderne terminals designed for Greyhound by W.S. Arasmith. Supplanted in 2004 by an renovation of the Illinois Central Union Station as an intermodal terminal for both bus and rail service.
You could make a cartoon in crayons about a red square that falls in unrequited love with a blue circle, and there wouldn't be a dry eye in the house if you know how to tell a story. (Don Hertzfeldt, animator)