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Historical Windows and Doors


In 1912 the Morse Theatre in Chicago opened as a vaudeville and movie house. Over the years it was renovated numerous times but it wasn’t until 2008 that it returned to its original grandeur. At that time the Morse underwent a multi-million dollar renovation. Grabill was contacted to fabricate spanish cedar fixed casements and single hung windows along with mahogany outswing doors. These custom creations are both technologically and aesthetically advanced offering enhanced structural security and superior performance. This charming theatre is again a welcoming site to its visiting guests.