1914 - Kansas City, Missouri
Designed by Jarvis Hunt, nephew to Richard Morris Hunt ("The Breakers"-Newport, RI; Biltmore Estate-Asheville, NC; co-founder of American Institute of Architects) who was the first American architect to attend L'Ecole des Beaux-Arts in 1840's. Jarvis Hunt's architectural practice was based in Chicago and subscribed to Beaux-Arts principals and the City beautiful movement. Union Station is listed on the National Historic Building Record.
As illustrated above and depicted in photos below, the classical language is inventive, yet non-canonical - to me, there are machine-age inspired details and configurations incorporated into the classical parts. The Grand Lobby is monumentally scaled to say the least; interior stone carvings seem to be Kasota stone from Minnesota.
Jarvis Hunt also designed the Kansas City Star building at 17th and Grand in 1910; Union Stations in Joliet, IL and Dallas, TX; and a few landmark golf clubhouses: Chicago Club & National Golflinks of America in Southhampton, NY.
Union Station exterior view during dedication of Liberty Memorial (WWI) in 1921. (photo from Library of Congress)
Union Station interior - balcony passage.
Union Station exterior detail - stone carving.