One of these photos is the Chicago Metropolitan Correctional Center, the other is an IBM punch card.
This looks like an example of Brutalism, which Weese was known for. Brutalist architecture is characterized by blocky concrete buildings with repetitive angular geometries. The phrase was coined by Le Corbusier, who called it in French béton brut, or “raw concrete.”
This is not the only thing people have said looks like a punch card. There is also Bicentennial Park at Ohio University designed by Maya Lin, and the Engineering Research Building at University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The university where I grew up would throw away boxes and boxes of these cards; people used to make Christmas wreaths out of them, spray-painted gold.
Here’s also some tantalizing bits available in snippet view about Chicago architects that mentions the corrections building.