...The Work of Bertram A. Weber, A. I. A., Architect, Chicago, Illinois.... Architecture and Design v. IV, no. 9 (April 1940).
This is the first of two Architecture and Design numbers devoted to Weber's architectural design work. On the title page, it continues by noting that much of the work dates from the partnership of White & Weber, ending with White's death in 1936 and during which Weber "was the designer for the partnership."
The monograph appeared in the series of the Chicago-based publication Architecture and Design, that also published ca. the late 1930s monographs of other North Shore architects, including Anderson & Ticknor, Milman & Morphett, Jerome Cerny and the Hemphill firm, with architectural design by architect John Houlihan.
Mr. John B. Weber has given permission for digitization and sharing of this monograph on the College's website.