Louis Henri Sullivan, Architectural Chronology Photos

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Kauffmann Store & Flats. Chicago, IL.Sullivan designed decoration of Leon Mannheimer Home. Chicago, IL.Monument to Martin A. Ryerson lumber merchant & developer in Graceland Cemetery. Chicago, IL.Desenberg Block commercial building. Kalamazoo, MI.
Kauffmann Store & Flats (1883) (2310-16 Lincoln Ave.). Chicago, IL. Architect: Dankmar Adler & Louis H. Sullivan. Sullivan designed decoration of Leon Mannheimer Home. Chicago, IL. Monument (1887) to Martin A. Ryerson (1818-1887) lumber merchant & developer in Graceland Cemetery. Chicago, IL. Architect: Louis H. Sullivan. Desenberg Block commercial building (251 E. Michigan Ave.). Kalamazoo, MI. Architect: Dankmar Adler & Louis Sullivan. On National Register.
Relief detail on Adler & Sullivan's Desenberg Block. Kalamazoo, MI.Ironwork decoration on Adler & Sullivan's Desenberg Block. Kalamazoo, MI.Entrance stonework of Auditorium Building by Adler & Sullivan. Chicago, IL.Stained glass window of woman with halo over entrance of Auditorium Building. Chicago, IL.
Relief detail on Adler & Sullivan's Desenberg Block (251 E. Michigan Ave.). Kalamazoo, MI.Ironwork decoration on Adler & Sullivan's Desenberg Block (251 E. Michigan Ave.). Kalamazoo, MI.Entrance stonework of Auditorium Building by Adler & Sullivan. Chicago, IL. Stained glass window of woman with halo over entrance of Auditorium Building. Chicago, IL.
Wainwright Building in late afternoon light. St Louis, MO.Roofline border of Wainwright Building. St Louis, MO.James Charnley House. Chicago, IL.Detail of James Charnley House decorative finish. Chicago, IL.
Wainwright Building in late afternoon light. St Louis, MO. Roofline border of Wainwright Building. St Louis, MO.James Charnley House (1891) (1365 North Astor St.). Chicago, IL. Architect: Louis H. Sullivan & Frank Lloyd Wright. On National Register. Detail of James Charnley House decorative finish. Chicago, IL.
Tomb of Henry H. Getty lumber merchant in Graceland Cemetery. Chicago, IL.Sullivan's bronze gates of Getty Tomb. Chicago, IL.Print of Louis Sullivan's Transportation Building at World's Columbian Exposition by Poole Bros. at Columbus Museum. Columbus, WI.Print of Louis Sullivan's Transportation Building at World's Columbian Exposition at Columbus Museum. Columbus, WI.
Tomb (1890) of Henry H. Getty (1837-1920) lumber merchant in Graceland Cemetery. Chicago, IL. Architect: Louis H. Sullivan. Sullivan's bronze gates of Getty Tomb. Chicago, IL.Print (1894) of Louis Sullivan's Transportation Building at World's Columbian Exposition by Poole Bros. at Columbus Museum. Columbus, WI. Print (1893) of Louis Sullivan's Transportation Building at World's Columbian Exposition at Columbus Museum. Columbus, WI.
Terra-cotta facade of Guaranty / Prudential Building. Buffalo, NY.Lamp & Terra-cotta detail of Guaranty / Prudential Building. Buffalo, NY.Metal & tiled staircase in Guaranty / Prudential Building. Buffalo, NY.Facade of Baynard-Condict Building. New York, NY.
Terra-cotta facade of Guaranty / Prudential Building. Buffalo, NY. Lamp & Terra-cotta detail of Guaranty / Prudential Building. Buffalo, NY.Metal & tiled staircase in Guaranty / Prudential Building. Buffalo, NY.Facade of Baynard-Condict Building. New York, NY.
Baynard-Condict Building angel under eves by Louis H. Sullivan. New York, NY.Carson Pirie Scott horizontal windows which define the Chicago style of architecture. Chicago, IL.Art Nouveau corner entrance of Carson Pirie Scott department store. Chicago, IL.Orthodox bulb atop Tower of Holy Trinity Cathedral. Chicago, IL.
Baynard-Condict Building angel under eves by Louis H. Sullivan. New York, NY.Carson Pirie Scott horizontal windows which define the Chicago style of architecture. Chicago, IL. Art Nouveau corner entrance of Carson Pirie Scott department store. Chicago, IL.Orthodox bulb atop Tower of Holy Trinity Cathedral. Chicago, IL.
National Farmer's Bank of Owatonna. Owatonna, MN.Interior lamps & murals of People's Savings Bank. Cedar Rapids, IA.Sullivan's exterior surround for rose window of Merchants' National Bank. Grinnell, IA.Sullivan stained-glass window details in Farmer's & Merchant's Union Bank. Columbus, WI.
National Farmer's Bank of Owatonna (1908) (Cedar at Broadway). Owatonna, MN. Architect: Louis Sullivan & George Elmslie. On National Register. Interior lamps & murals of People's Savings Bank. Cedar Rapids, IA. Sullivan's exterior surround for rose window of Merchants' National Bank. Grinnell, IA. Sullivan stained-glass window details in Farmer's & Merchant's Union Bank. Columbus, WI.
Terra cotta tree of leaves & geometric shield on Van Allen Dry Goods Store. Clinton, IA.K mark in circle atop Krause Music Store by Louis H. Sullivan. Chicago, IL.Tombstone of architect Louis H. Sullivan in Graceland Cemetery. Chicago, IL.Detail of monument to architect Louis H. Sullivan. Chicago, IL.
Terra cotta tree of leaves & geometric shield on Van Allen Dry Goods Store. Clinton, IA. K mark in circle atop Krause Music Store by Louis H. Sullivan. Chicago, IL. Tombstone of architect Louis H. Sullivan (1856-1924) in Graceland Cemetery. Chicago, IL. Detail of monument to architect Louis H. Sullivan. Chicago, IL.
Terra cotta decoration to right of rose window of Merchants' National Bank. Grinnell, IA.1919 date of Farmer's & Merchant's Union Bank building by Sullivan. Columbus, WI.Detail of screen on Getty Tomb by Louis Sullivan. Chicago, IL.
Terra cotta decoration to right of rose window of Merchants' National Bank. Grinnell, IA.1919 date of Farmer's & Merchant's Union Bank building by Sullivan. Columbus, WI.Detail of screen on Getty Tomb by Louis Sullivan. Chicago, IL.

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