Once upon a time there was a car company called Studebaker. Actually it started out as a carriage company, but eventually with the turn of the twentieth-century, became a car company. In Chicago in the mid-1880s it built what is now known as the Fine Arts Building. I was not really lookig for it, but it sat near enough to the Auditorium Building for me to stick my head in the lobby of this Chicago Landmark and walk around. It continues to be a functional building today, and is know for its murals on the upper floors done during the refurbishment in the 1890s.