Authorities say the chandelier was worth about $3,000 and the capitals, which were sawed off pillars on the building's grand staircase, are worth about $500 each.
The landmark building has been vacant for more than a decade, and developers have been trying to convert it to commercial or public use.
It was designed by Chicago architect Lawrence Buck, who was a contemporary of Frank Lloyd Wright.
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