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Sullivaniana Collection, 1780-2018 (bulk 1870-1930)

Accession Number: 1931.1

This collection was processed with the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
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LOUIS SULLIVAN WEBPAGE

LOUIS SULLIVAN BUILDINGS EXTANT IN CHICAGO WEBPAGE

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COLLECTION SUMMARY:
TITLE:Sullivaniana Collection, 1780-2018
EXTENT:15 linear feet , (27 boxes), 5 portfolios, 6 oversize portfolios and flatfile materials.
REPOSITORY: Ryerson and Burnham Archives, Ryerson and Burnham Libraries,
The Art Institute of Chicago
111 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60603-6110
(312) 443-7292 phone
rbarchives@artic.edu
http://www.artic.edu/aic/libraries/rbarchives/rbarchives.html
ABSTRACT:This collection forms the largest extant collection of documents (excluding architectural and design drawings) about Chicago architect and critic Louis Sullivan (1856-1924). Numerous draft manuscripts and typescripts of his writings are held in this collection. Also included are sketches, personal and business correspondence, personal and project photographs, and memorabilia.
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Printed papers, architectural reprographic prints, correspondence, manuscripts, black and white & color photographic prints and slides, negatives, photocopies, book, CD-ROM and realia.
ORIGINATION: Louis H. Sullivan, 1856-1924
ACQUISITION INFORMATION:The Sullivaniana Collection is largely the gift of George Elmslie, one of Sullivan's last colleagues and the executor of his estate. The papers, photographs, and letters of Louis H. Sullivan were given to the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries by Adolph O. Budina, George G. Elmslie, Miss Edith Elmslie, Thomas Heinz, Richard Nickel, Miss Frances Rice, Andrienne F. Sullivan, and others. These gifts were made over a period of years, beginning in 1931. Additional materials were donated by Charles H. Whitaker, 1931; the Estate of F.W. Gookin, 1936; Auditorium Building (?), 1939; Chicago Auditorium Association, c.1942; William Gray Purcell, c.1945; John Szarkowski, 1955; Bruce Goff, 1956; Hinman Kealy, 1956; City of Chicago, 1972; Homer Grant Sailor, 1972; Brian Spencer, 1972; A. Irma Cohon, 1974; Mrs. W.R.L. Smith, III, 1976; Robert K [?] through the University of Wisconsin at Parkside, 1980; Stanley Benn, 1986; Wilbert Hasbrouck, 1993; Mrs. Ruth Guyer, 1997; Elayne Orr, 2002; Frank Tassone, 2006; Ward Miller, 2008; Robert Furhoff, 2009; Jane Heron, 2009; Ward Miller and the Richard Nickel Committee in honor of Martha Ward Miller, 2011; John Vinci, 2011; Ward Miller in honor of Pastor Robert Vaughn, 2012; the Nickel Family, 2012; Nathaniel Parks, 2017; Margaret Bush; Chicago Sun Times; Gordon D. Orr; Earl H. Reed; Leon D. Schooler; Miss Andrienne Sullivan; Department of Architecture, University of Utah; and Mrs. Julius Weil.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH:
LOUIS H. SULLIVAN. Louis H. Sullivan was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on September 3, 1856. His formal education was erratic, but its scope and variety laid the foundation for Sullivan's monumental presence on the American urban landscape. In 1872, at the age of sixteen, Sullivan enrolled at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to study architecture. Withdrawing after two semesters, Sullivan briefly became an apprentice in the office of Philadelphia architect Frank Furness before following his family to Chicago in November of 1873. With architects in demand after the devastating 1871 Chicago fire, Sullivan quickly found work with William LeBaron Jenney, considered the father of the modern skyscraper. By the summer of 1874, Sullivan, following the lead of other young architects of the time, enrolled at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris to study European art and architecture.

In 1879, Sullivan entered the office of architect and engineer Dankmar Adler, becoming his full partner in 1883. Together, Adler and Sullivan designed nearly two hundred residential, commercial, religious, and mixed-use buildings, primarily in the Midwest. Adler and Sullivan were highly regarded not only for their robustly modern and iconoclastic architecture—which illustrated Sullivan's dictum "form follows function"—but for Sullivan's complex and organic ornament. Their best-known buildings include the Auditorium Building in Chicago (1886-1890); the Wainwright building in Saint Louis, Missouri (1886-1890); the Schiller (1891) and the Stock Exchange (1893-1894) buildings, both in Chicago; and the Guaranty building in Buffalo, New York (1894-1895). It was also during this time that Sullivan became the "leibermeister" of Frank Lloyd Wright, who worked for Adler and Sullivan from 1888 to 1893.

Following the dissolution of Adler and Sullivan's formal partnership in 1895, Sullivan's life was increasingly troubled and turbulent. After completing a final addition to Chicago's Schlesinger and Mayer Store, now Carson Pirie Scott, in 1904, his commissions became sparse and modest in budget. During the last decades of his life, Sullivan's most important architectural work was a series of small but exquisitely detailed banks in rural communities throughout the Midwest. He devoted much of his remaining time to writing about architecture and philosophy, producing such works as The Tall Office Building Artistically Considered (1896), Kindergarten Chats (1902), and The Autobiography of an Idea (1924). Toward the end of his life, Sullivan was commissioned by the Burnham Library of The Art Institute of Chicago to produce a large portfolio of his intricate and delicate drawings, which was published as A System of Architectural Ornament in 1924. Sullivan died in Chicago on April 14, 1924. In 1944, the American Institute of Architects posthumously awarded its Gold Medal to Sullivan.

RICHARD NICKEL. Richard Nickel was born May 31, 1928, and grew up on the west side of Chicago. Between and after his military service, Nickel studied photography at the Institute of Design (ID) in Chicago, first in the late 1940s and then with Aaron Siskind in the 1950s, after the ID had merged with Illinois Institute of Technology. Nickel's interest in Chicago's early modern architecture began when he headed a class project at the ID to document Adler and Sullivan buildings (likely the source of photographs in this collection); this research ultimately became the topic of his master's thesis. Nickel continued researching Sullivan, finding over fifty unknown Adler and Sullivan buildings and commissions, while becoming an accomplished architectural photographer. As a result of this research, Nickel became an ardent advocate for the preservation of Chicago's early modern buildings, protesting at demolitions, serving on civic boards, and salvaging architectural ornament when buildings could not be saved. Considered one of the founding members of Chicago's preservation movement, Nickel's photographs of endangered buildings provide a lasting historical record. Nickel was killed on April 13, 1972, when Adler and Sullivan's Chicago Stock Exchange building collapsed while he was salvaging ornament from its interior.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE:
The Sullivaniana Collection includes letters by and about Louis H. Sullivan; typescripts and Printed papers by and about Sullivan; photographs of and drawings by Sullivan and his immediate family; and family memorabilia. Also included are photographs and illustrations of and articles and renovation information about buildings designed by Sullivan and his other non-architectural designs. Photographs of his buildings by faculty and students at the Institute of Design, Chicago, a scrapbook of photographs and letters, and a group of reproduced prints of Adler and Sullivan buildings complete the collection.

ORGANIZATION AND ARRANGEMENT:
SERIES I: CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence to/from Louis H. Sullivan and correspondence to/from Albert W. Sullivan are arranged chronologically by date of initial letter. Louis H. Sullivan's letterpress copybooks and miscellaneous correspondence about him are at the end of the series.

SERIES II: MANUSCRIPTS AND PRINTED MATERIALS RELATING TO SULLIVAN. Writings by Louis H. Sullivan are arranged chronologically by date of original address or publication. Multiple essays bound together and writings by others about Sullivan are at the end of the series.

SERIES III: PERSONAL PHOTOGRAPHS AND MEMORABILIA. Arranged chronologically. Includes photographs of Louis H. Sullivan, his family, and his home in Ocean Springs, MS. Followed by prints used as drawing models, photographs from the Chicago Architectural Club Exhibition Thirty-third Annual, memorabilia, and drawings and a painting by Sullivan's immediate family. All photographs are black and white unless otherwise noted.

SERIES IV: PROJECTS AND DESIGNS BY SULLIVAN. Architectural projects by Louis H. Sullivan are arranged alphabetically by project name; buildings with multiple common names have been cross-referenced. Followed by student drawings, designs, and non-architectural drawings.

SERIES V: INSTITUTE OF DESIGN / RICHARD NICKEL PHOTOGRAPH COLLECTION. The Institute of Design/Richard Nickel Photograph Collection consists of photographs of buildings and architectural ornament designed by Louis H. Sullivan throughout his career. Almost all of the images are of buildings in the Midwest, particularly Chicago, although there are representatives from other areas of the United States. They are arranged alphabetically by building name; buildings with multiple common names have been cross-referenced. All are black and white photographs.

SERIES VI: SULLIVAN BUILDINGS SCRAPBOOK. Photographs and photostats of buildings, renderings, floor plans, letters, and extracts from magazines relating to Louis H. Sullivan's work. Materials have been numbered sequentially and removed from the original binding. The sequence has been maintained, although a few photographs have been moved to group images of the same building together.

CONTROLLED ACCESS POINTS:
This collection and other related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs:
Sullivan, Louis H., 1856-1924
Adler and Sullivan--Archives
Sullivan, Louis H., 1856-1924--Archives
Adler, Dankmar, 1844-1900
Nickel, Richard, d. 1972
Sullivan, Albert Walter
Architects--Illinois--Chicago--Archives

ABBREVIATIONS:
AbbreviationDefinition
AICArt Institute of Chicago
ALSautograph letter, signed
BCEbottom center edge
BLCbottom left corner
BOX.FFBox #, Folder #
BRCbottom right center
CRcatalog raisonné [The Complete Architecture of Adler & Sullivan]
Flatf.flatfile
n.d.no date
OPOversize Portfolio
(OS)offsite
Portf.Portfolio
RESTRestricted
TLtyped letter
TLStyped letter, signed

RELATED MATERIALS IN THE RYERSON AND BURNHAM ARCHIVES, THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO:
Dankmar Adler Papers, 1952.2
Burnham Library—University of Illinois Project to Microfilm Architectural Documentation Records, 1952.1
Historic Architecture and Landscape Image Collection, 00.20
Ralph Marlowe Line Collection, 2000.3
Richard Nickel Archive, 2010.6
Prairie School Press Archives, 1992.6
John D. Randall Papers, 1994.4
Sullivan/Van Allen Collection, 1970.1
World's Columbian Exposition Collection, 00.12
World's Columbian Exposition Photographs by C.D. Arnold, 1989.2

SEPARATED MATERIALS:
Original architectural and design drawings and sketches by Louis Sullivan, Albert Sullivan, and Andrienne Sullivan are in the permanent collection of the Department of Architecture at The Art Institute of Chicago.

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:
"Art and Architecture—the Past: Louis H. Sullivan." Craft Horizons 22, no. 3 (May-June 1962):18-21.
"New Pictures of Some old Masterpieces." Architectural Forum 101, no. 4 (October 1953):128-133.

PHYSICAL LOCATION:
A portion of this collection is housed in the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries' on-site stacks. The remainder of the collection is housed in off-site storage and is so designated by the abbreviation (OS) in the location column of the finding aid's item listing. Collections maintained in off-site storage will be retrieved with advance notification; please consult the Archivist for the current retrieval schedule. For further information, consult http://www.artic.edu/aic/libraries/rbarchives/rbarchaccess.html

ACCESS RESTRICTIONS:
Portions of this collection are restricted; wherever possible, surrogate copies are provided for patron use, as noted in the series inventories. The remainder of this collection may be used by qualified readers in the Reading Room of the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries at The Art Institute of Chicago. Collections maintained on-site are available for patron use without prior arrangement or appointment. Collections maintained on-site are available for patron use without prior arrangement or appointment. Collections maintained in off-site storage will be retrieved with advance notification; please consult the Archivist for the current retrieval schedule. For further information, consult http://www.artic.edu/aic/libraries/rbarchives/rbarchaccess.html

USER RESTRICTIONS:
The Art Institute of Chicago is providing access to the materials in the Libraries' collections solely for noncommercial educational and research purposes. The unauthorized use, including, but not limited to, publication of the materials without the prior written permission of the Art Institute is strictly prohibited. All inquiries regarding permission to publish should be submitted in writing to the Archivist, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago. In addition to permission from the Art Institute, permission of the copyright owner (if not the Art Institute) and/or any holder of other rights (such as publicity and/or privacy rights) may also be required for reproduction, publication, distribution, and other uses. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of any item and securing any necessary permissions rests with the persons desiring to publish the item. The Art Institute makes no warranties as to the accuracy of the materials or their fitness for a particular purpose.

PREFERRED CITATION:
Sullivaniana Collection, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago.

PROCESSING INFORMATION:
This collection was originally processed by staff of the Ryerson and Burnham Archives. Natasha Derrickson added the transferred items in 2001. The finding aid was revised and expanded by Annemarie van Roessel in 2003, Susan Bazargan in 2008, Thomas Beck in 2011, Valerie Higgins in 2011, Heather Tennison in 2013, Jessica Heim in 2017, Nathaniel Parks in 2018 and Carly Lawrence in 2019.

CUSTODIAL HISTORY:
Additional materials were transferred to the Ryerson and Burnham Archives from the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries in Spring and Summer 2001. Several photographs were transferred from the Department of Architecture at The Art Institute of Chicago, date undetermined.

ACCRUALS:
New materials may be added to this collection on an irregular basis.

ALTERNATE FORM AVAILABLE:
Restricted items in Series I, II, III, and IV have microfilm, photocopy, or photograph surrogates available, as noted in the series inventories. Additionally, some images have AIC negative numbers, as noted in the series inventories; copy photographs of these images may be ordered through the Department of Imaging at the Art Institute.

INDEX NOTE:
Indices for the letterpress copybooks, by name and subject, are available online.

ITEM INVENTORY:
LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES I: CORRESPONDENCE



CORRESPONDENCE TO OR FROM LOUIS H. SULLIVAN:
Box.FF 1.1a
Louis H. Sullivan to Albert Walter Sullivan.
ALS. Regarding Louis H. Sullivan's recent activities in Paris.
12/07/1874 1
Box.FF 1.1b
Louis H. Sullivan to B. Lowenthal, Esq.
ALS, photocopy. Regarding Louis H. Sullivan's work at the Sinai Temple. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
01/18/1879 1
Box.FF 1.2b
Louis H. Sullivan to Walt Whitman.
Transcript. Regarding Whitman's works and Sullivan essay sent to Whitman.
01/18/1879 1
Box.FF 1.2a
Louis H. Sullivan to Albert Walter Sullivan.
ALS. Regarding a contract for the Auditorium Building, and a meeting; with envelope.
01/20/1887, 02/05/1887 2
Box.FF 1.3
Louis H. Sullivan to Albert Walter Sullivan.
Signed by Louis H. Sullivan, printed receipt form verifying $500 payment from Albert Walter Sullivan.
07/05/1893 1
Box.FF 1.4
Memorandum of property interests.
Typescript. Signed by Louis H. Sullivan.
08/14/1893 1
Box.FF 1.5
Louis H. Sullivan to Daniel H. Burnham, Director of Works, World's Columbian Exposition.
TL., with holographic corrections. Regarding the design for the Transportation Building.
11/11/1893 1
REST
Letterpress copybook of outgoing correspondence, pp. 1-240.
THIS LETTERPRESS COPYBOOK IS RESTRICTED. PATRONS ARE REQUESTED TO USE THE MICROFILM COPY 1974 6. A correspondent name and subject index for these letters is located at the end of this finding aid.
04/02/1903-02/29/1904 1
REST
Letterpress copybook of outgoing correspondence, pp. 241-499.
THIS LETTERPRESS COPYBOOK IS RESTRICTED. PATRONS ARE REQUESTED TO USE THE MICROFILM COPY 1974 6. A correspondent name and subject index for these letters is located at the end of this finding aid.
03/02/1903-01/09/1905 1
Box.FF 1.5b
Louis H. Sullivan to James Angell, University of Michigan.
Photograph of TLS. Regarding the establishment of a School of Architecture at the University of Michigan.
10/15/1905 2
Box.FF 1.6
Louis H. Sullivan, Parker Noble Berry, George Grant Elmslie, and others to American Terra Cotta Company.
Photocopies. Regarding production of terra cotta ornament. Gift of Brian Spencer, 1972. Original letters are in the collection of the American Terra Cotta Company.
1907-1917 26
Box.FF 1.7a
Louis H. Sullivan to "The Craftsman."
TL, photostat. Regarding Gutzon Borglum article. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
10/1908 1
REST
Louis H. Sullivan to Adolph O. Budina.
ALS. See description of surrogate copies below for more information. Gift of Mrs. W.R.L. Smith, III, 1976. THIS ITEMS ARE RESTRICTED DUE TO FRAGILITY. PLEASE CONTACT THE ARCHIVIST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. SURROGATE COPIES AVAILABLE IN SERIES I, BOX.FF 1.7B
08/10/1917-02/23/1918 4
Box.FF 1.7b
Louis H. Sullivan to Adolph O. Budina.
Photostat. Regarding a potential commission for a bank. Gift of Mrs. W.R.L. Smith, III, 1976.
08/10/1917 1
Box.FF 1.7b
Louis H. Sullivan to Adolph O. Budina.
Photostat. Regarding construction of Peoples' Savings and Loan Association Bank, Sidney, OH. Gift of Mrs. W.R.L. Smith, III, 1976.
09/27/1917 1
Box.FF 1.7b
Louis H. Sullivan to Adolph O. Budina.
Photostat. Regarding Louis H. Sullivan's deteriorated professional state. Gift of Mrs. W.R.L. Smith, III, 1976.
12/31/1917 1
Box.FF 1.7b
Louis H. Sullivan to Adolph O. Budina.
Photostat. Regarding two bank prospects and satisfaction with construction of People's Savings and Loan Association bank, Sidney, OH. Gift of Mrs. W.R.L. Smith, III, 1976.
02/23/1918 1
Box.FF 1.8
Alfred A. Knopf, President, Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. Publishers, to Louis H. Sullivan.
ALS. on Cliff Dwellers stationery. Regarding manuscript of Kindergarten Chats.
07/18/1918 1
Box.FF 1.9
G[eorge] L[ouis] Healy to Louis H. Sullivan.
ALS. on Chicago Athletic Association stationery. Thanking Louis H. Sullivan for sending a magazine and naming him the “greatest architect...ever seen.”
07/03/1919 1
Box.FF 1.10
Louis H. Sullivan to Bruce Alonzo Goff.
Black and white photograph. of ALS and envelope. Regarding a letter Goff sent to Western Architect. Gift of Bruce Goff, 1956.
08/07/1920 1
Box.FF 1.11-1.16
Correspondence between Charles Harris Whitaker and Louis H. Sullivan.
Photocopies. Regarding the writing and publication of The Autobiography of an Idea. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001. Original materials are in collections of Ryerson and Burnham Archives, American Institute of Architects Archive, and the Avery Library, Columbia University.
01/1922-02/1924 180
REST
Correspondence between Charles Harris Whitaker and Louis H. Sullivan.
Regarding the writing and publication of The Autobiography of an Idea. Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1944. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001. THESE ITEMS ARE RESTRICTED. PLEASE CONTACT THE ARCHIVIST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. PATRONS ARE REQUESTED TO USE PHOTOCOPIES IN BOX 1.11-1.16 OR THE MICROFILM COPY 1974 6.
01/1922-02/1924 52
Box.FF 1.17
Clarence H. Carter to Louis H. Sullivan.
TLS., with manuscript corrections. Responding to a letter from Louis H. Sullivan dated 06/19/1922.
06/23/1922 1
Box.FF 1.18
Louis H. Sullivan to Miss Westberg, care of Woltersdorf and Bernhard, Architects.
Manila envelope., with postage stamps affixed. Addressed in Louis H. Sullivan's hand. Originally contained manuscript for Chapter 12, The Autobiography of an Idea.
03/03/1923 1
Box.FF 1.6
List of American Terra Cotta Company records reviewed by Brian A. Spencer.
Photocopy.
01/26/1972 1
Box.FF 1.6
Brian A. Spencer to Ruth Schoeneman, Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, The Art Institute of Chicago.
TLS. Regarding gift of photocopied letters from American Terra Cotta Company archives.
01/27/1972 1
Box.FF 1.6
Brian A. Spencer to Ruth Schoeneman, Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, The Art Institute of Chicago.
TLS. Regarding gift of photocopied letters from American Terra Cotta Company archives.
02/01/1972 1

CORRESPONDENCE TO OR FROM ALBERT W. SULLIVAN:
See also Box 1, Folders 1-3
Box.FF 1.19
Chicago Foot Ball Club program.
With annotations in Albert Walter Sullivan's hand.
05/27/1876 1
Box.FF 1.19
Envelope addressed to Albert Walter Sullivan.
10/02/---- 1
Box.FF 1.20
C. Williams to Albert Walter Sullivan.
ALS., with envelope.
06/23/1876 2
Box.FF 1.21
Albert Walter Sullivan to C.J. Williams.
ALS. on Illinois Central Railroad stationery.
06/28/1876 1
Box.FF 1.22
W.B. Curtis to Albert Walter Sullivan.
ALS. on North Western Rowing Club stationery. Subject unknown. Includes newspaper article from The New York Sportsman and envelope.
1876 3
Box.FF 1.23
J.H. Nolan to Albert Walter Sullivan.
TLS. Regarding life and accident insurance policies for Louis H. Sullivan.
08/11/1893 1
Box.FF 1.23
Notes
Regarding the two insurance policies.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.24
A.C. Wheaton to Albert Walter Sullivan.
ALS. Regarding returned checks between 02/14/1890 and 02/25/1890.
09/04/1895 1
Box.FF 1.24
Albert Walter Sullivan to A.C. Wheaton.
TL. with initials. Regarding endorsement of check dated 02/21/1891. Letter is in response to letter dated 09/04/1895 noted above.
09/04/1895 1
Box.FF 1.24
A.C. Wheaton to Albert Walter Sullivan.
ALS. Regarding a problem with Albert Walter Sullivan's account with Louis H. Sullivan.
10/11/1895 1
Box.FF 1.24
Albert Walter Sullivan to A.C. Wheaton.
TL. with initials. Replying that he will handle the matter when he returns to town in two weeks.
10/12/1895 1
Box.FF 1.24
A.C. Wheaton to Albert Walter Sullivan.
ALS. Regarding Albert Walter Sullivan's account with Louis H. Sullivan; with statement of Albert Walter Sullivan's account.
10/24/1895 2
Box.FF 1.25
Jenny List Whittlesey to Albert Walter Sullivan.
ALS. Regarding a photograph of her grandfather and biographical information about him; with envelope.
09/30/1900, 10/01/1900 2

MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPONDENCE:
Box.FF 1.26
N. Max Dunning to Sidney J. Adler.
TLS. with holographic corrections. Detailing circumstances of Louis H. Sullivan's final days and death.
04/28/1924 1
Box.FF 1.27
George G. Elmslie to Thomas E. Tallmadge.
TL. Regarding Louis H. Sullivan's memorial. Gift of Miss Edith Elmslie.
07/20/1929 1
Box.FF 1.28
Hugh S. Morrison to Mrs. Weil [daughter of Dankmar Adler].
TLS. Pages lacking. Regarding his research on Adler and Sullivan buildings.
08/07/1932 1
Box.FF 1.29
W.G. Nichols to Mrs. Hofmeester, Burnham Library, The Art Institute of Chicago.
TLS. Regarding her request for a list of books in Louis H. Sullivan's library, Ocean Springs, MS; with list.
11/04/1955 2
Box.FF 1.29
Frank C. Welch to Daniel Catton Rich.
TLS. Regarding Richard Nickel prints of Peoples Savings Bank, Cedar Rapids, IA. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
09/21/1956 1
Box.FF 1.30
A.F. Grymes, Steward, Cliff Dwellers, to Earl H. Reed.
TLS., mounted on board. Regarding Louis H. Sullivan's activities at the Cliff Dwellers, with holographic comment signed by Earl H. Reed, 05/1963.
08/21/1961 1
Box.FF 1.31
Alexander H. Bacci to Earl H. Reed.
TLS. Regarding the circumstances of Louis H. Sullivan's death and financial support from Albert Walter Sullivan.
12/20/1965 1
Box.FF 1.32
Peggy Rast and George Pettengill.
TLS. and CTL. Regarding list of Sullivan's books left at Ocean Springs and the auction catalog of his library. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
01/1966, 02/1966, 04/1968 3
Box.FF 1.33
Wisconsin chapter, American Institute of Architects to Sigma Phi Fraternity.
TLS. Regarding fire at the Bradley House. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
03/28/1972 1
Box.FF 1.32
City of Philadelphia and Annette Fern, Burnham Library.
TLS. Regarding references to Island City project (1911). Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
01/1973-02/1973 2
Box.FF 1.33
Gordon Orr and James Bennett.
TLS. Regarding Bradley House, Madison, WI. Includes transcripts of 1965 correspondence with Harold C. Bradley. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
05/1974, 06/1974 2
Box.FF 1.32
Richard Chafee and Annette Fern, Burnham Library.
TLS., CTL. and photocopies. Regarding Sullivan's association with the Union Centrale des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Includes photocopies of 1893 correspondence from Union Centrale archives. Also includes discussion plaster casts for the Getty Tomb at Graceland Cemetery. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
1975-1977, (1893) 10
Box.FF 1.33
Gordon Orr and Jeff Kunz, Sigma Xi Society.
TL., TLS., and photocopies. Copies of correspondence between Louis Sullivan and Louis Claude (1907-1909; photocopies), Harold C. Bradley and Jon Buschke, and Harold C. Bradley and Prof. James Watrous (1965; TL and TLS). Photocopies of the Sullivan/Claude letters are from the Louis W. Claude Collection. Papers are a gift of Elayne Orr, 2002.
1907-1909,1965, 1977 13
Box.FF 1.33
Gordon Orr and Mark Hammons, University of Minnesota.
TLS. and photocopies. Regarding copies of a letter from Harold C. Bradely to William Gray Purcell. Gift of Elayne Orr, 2002.
12/26/1957, 6/10/1981 3
Box.FF 1.31
R. Vale Faro to Earl H. Reed.
TC. Supporting testimony of Albert Walter Sullivan's financial assistance to Louis H. Sullivan, with a typed note signed by Earl H. Reed on 11/19/1965.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.33
Restoration of the Harold C. Bradley House.
Typescript papers. Regarding the fire and restoration of the Harold C. Bradley House. Gift of Elayne Orr, 2002.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.33
"Dear Narciso."
TL., with holograph corrections. Regarding the number of designs presented for the Harold C. Bradley House. Gift of Elayne Orr, 2002.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 1.33
Schedule of drawings.
Holograph papers. Regarding the schedule of drawings for the Harold C. Bradley House. Gift of Elayne Orr, 2002.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 1.33
"Greetings to the Friends of Louis H. Sullivan's Bradley House..."
Holograph papers. Speech regarding Bradley House. Gift of Elayne Orr, 2002.
n.d. 6






LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES II: MANUSCRIPTS AND PRINTED MATERIALS RELATING TO SULLIVAN



WRITINGS BY LOUIS H. SULLIVAN:
Box.FF 2.1
"Characteristics and Tendencies of American Architecture."
Typescript., with holographic corrections. Paper read at the meeting of the Western Association of Architects, Saint Louis, 1885. Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1932.
[pre-1885] 1
Box.FF 2.1
"Characteristics and Tendencies of American Architecture."
TC. Incorporating corrections to above typescript. Paper read at the meeting of the Western Association of Architects, Saint Louis, 1885.
[c.1885?] 1
Box.FF 2.2
"Inspiration."
Paper read at the third annual convention of the Western Association of Architects, Chicago, 11/17/1886. Brochure published by Inland Architect Press, Chicago. Gift of Estate of F.W. Gookin, 1936.
1886 1
Box.FF 2.3
"Inspiration."
TC. Paper read at the third annual convention of the Western Association of Architects, Chicago, 11/17/1886. Gift of Estate of George Grant Elmslie, 1952.
[1886] 1
Portf. 4
Etude sur l'Inspiration.
Original manuscript in Sullivan's hand. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001. Transcribed by David Van Zanten and published in EaV : École d'architecture de Versailles, 12 (2006/2007), p.46-51.
09/1893 1
Box.FF 2.4
"Ornament in Architecture."
Typescript., TC. and photocopy. Article published in Engineering Magazine 3, no. 5 (August 1892), pp. 633-44. Typescript is gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1933.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 2.5
"Objective and Subjective: A Study in Emotional as Compared with Intellectual Architecture."
Paper read before the twenty-eighth annual convention of the American Institute of Architects, New York, 10/16/1894. Brochure published by Inland Architect Press, Chicago. Louis H. Sullivan's presentation copy inscribed "To Mr. F.W. Gookin, with compliments, Louis H. Sullivan." Gift of Estate of F.W. Gookin, 1936.
1895 1
Box.FF 2.6
"Emotional Architecture as Compared with Classical: A Study in Subjective and Objective."
TC. Published in Inland Architect and News Record 24, no. 4 (November 1894), pp. 32-34. Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1932.
[c.1894?] 1
Box.FF 2.6
"Emotional Architecture as Compared with Classical: A Study in Subjective and Objective."
TC. Published in Inland Architect and News Record 24, no. 4 (November 1894), pp. 32-34. Gift of Estate of George Grant Elmslie.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 9
"The Tall Office Building Artistically Considered."
First published in Lippincott's 57, pp. 403-409.
03/1896 1
Box.FF 2.7
"The Tall Office Building Artistically Considered."
Typescript. First published in Lippincott's 57 (March 1896), pp. 403-09. Gift of Estate of George Grant Elmslie, 1952.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.8
"May Not Architecture Again Become a Living Art?"
TC. Signed (?) on last page. Unpublished, c.1897. Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1941.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.9
Address to the Chicago Architectural Club.
TC. Read at The Art Institute of Chicago, 05/30/1899. Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1932.
05/30/1899 1
Box.FF 2.10
"The Master."
TC., with manuscript corrections. Cover page written in Louis H. Sullivan's hand. Part two of the Inspiration series. Unpublished, completed 07/1/1899. Gift of Estate of George Grant Elmslie, c.1952.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.11
Nature and the Poet: A Prose Song.
TC., with holographic (?) corrections. Signed and dated on last page. With ALS from George Grant Elmslie. Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1944. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001 Also available on microfilm 1974 6.
07/01/1899 1
Box.FF 2.12
"The Young Man in Architecture."
Typescript., with manuscript corrections. Paper read before the Architectural League of America, 06/12/1900. 22 pages. Gift of Estate of George Grant Elmslie, 1952.
06/08/1900 1
Box.FF 2.12
"The Young Man in Architecture."
TC. 9 pages. Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1933.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.12
"The Young Man in Architecture."
TC. 15 pages.
n.d. 1
Box 15
Kindergarten Chats.
TC., bound, with holographic corrections. First published serially in Interstate Architect and Builder 2, no. 52-3, no. 51 (02/16/1901-02/08/1902). Includes holographic "Memo" by George Grant Elmslie. 432+ pages. Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1944. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
c.1918 1
Box 15
Kindergarten Chats. 179 pp.
TC., bound and mounted with holographic corrections. First published serially in Interstate Architect and Builder 2, no. 52-3, no. 51 (02/16/1901-02/08/1902). Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, date unknown.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 2.13
Kindergarten Chats, numbers 1-52. 210 pp.
TC., bound. First published serially in Interstate Architect and Builder 2, no. 52-3, no. 51 (02/16/1901-02/08/1902). Gift of Wilbert Hasbrouck, 1993.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 3.1
"Education."
TC. Paper read [by E.J. Russell?] before the annual convention of the Architectural League of America, Toronto, Canada, 05/30/1902. 3 pages. Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1933.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 3.1
"Education."
TC. Paper read [by E.J. Russell?] before the annual convention of the Architectural League of America, Toronto, Canada, 05/30/1902. 5 pages.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 3.2
"Natural Thinking: A Study in Democracy."
TC., bound with holographic (?) corrections. Paper read before the Chicago Architectural Club, 02/13/1905. Signed and dated on last page. 162 pages. Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1941. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001. Also available on microfilm 1974 6.
02/04/1905 1
Box.FF 3.3
"Natural Thinking: A Study in Democracy."
TC. Paper read before the Chicago Architectural Club, 02/13/1905. Copied from Louis H. Sullivan's typewritten manuscript by Robert B. Tague. 88 pages. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 3.4
"Natural Thinking: A Study in Democracy."
TC., bound. Paper read before the Chicago Architectural Club, 02/13/1905. 86 pages. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck, 1993.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 3.5
"What is Architecture?: A Study in the American People of Today."
TC., bound. First published in The American Contractor 27, no. 1 (January 6, 1906): 48-54; later revised. Louis H. Sullivan's presentation copy inscribed "To Wm. R. French with best wishes, Louis H. Sullivan, Jan 20 '06." With "Objective and Subjective." Presentation copy inscribed "...Mr. M[artin] A. Ryerson, November 19, 1907. 17 pages." Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
01/20/1906, 11/19/1907 1
Box.FF 3.6
"What is Architecture?: A Study in the American People of Today."
Typescript. First published in The American Contractor 27, no. 1 (January 6, 1906), pp. 48-54; later revised. 14 pages. Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1933.
[c.1906?] 1
Box.FF 3.6
Northwest Architect vol. VIII, no.1, 2-3.
Printed papers. Includes "What is Architecture?: A Study in the American People of Today." Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File, 2009.
10/1943-02/1944 2
Box.FF 3.6
"What is Architecture?: A Study in the American People of Today."
Printed papers. Reprint from Northwest Architect vol. VIII, no.1, 2-3. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File, 2009.
1944 1
Box.FF 3.6
"What is Architecture?: A Study in the American People of Today."
TC. First published in The American Contractor 27, no. 1 (January 6, 1906), pp. 48-54; later revised. 24 pages.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 3.7
Democracy: A Man-Search, vol. IV, Group 5, Chapters 9-15, pp. 485-614.
TC., with holographic corrections. Initialed and dated on last page. 129 pages. Gift of Estate of George Grant Elmslie, 1952.
07/01/1907 1
REST
Democracy: A Man-Search, Introduction and Groups 1-6. c.309 pp.
Typescript., bound with holographic corrections. Signed and dated on cover page. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. PLEASE CONTACT THE ARCHIVIST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. PATRONS ARE REQUESTED TO USE THE MICROFILM COPY 1974 6.
04/18/1908 1
Box.FF 3.8
Democracy: A Man-Search, Introduction and Groups 1-2, 4-5.
TC. Copy of version dated 04/18/1908, not incorporating holographic corrections from original 04/18/1908 version. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck, 1993.
04/1940 1
Box.FF 3.9
Democracy: A Man-Search, Introduction and Groups 1-2.
Typescript. Copy of version dated 04/18/1908, incorporating holographic corrections from that version. 38 pages. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck, 1993.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 4.1-4.2
Democracy: A Man-Search, Introduction and Groups 1-6. 561 pp, bound in two volumes.
TC., bound. Copy of second revision with penciled elisions and corrections by Louis H. Sullivan dated 04/18/1908. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
1941 2
Box.FF 4.3
"Wherefore the Poet?" Poetry, a Magazine of Verse 7, no. 6, pp. 305-307.
Purchase, 1997.
03/1916 1
REST
A System of Architectural Ornament According with a Philosophy of Man's Powers.
Holograph manuscript. With drawings. Published in a folio by the Press of the American Institute of Architects, 1924. 35 pages. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. PLEASE CONTACT THE ARCHIVIST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. PATRONS ARE REQUESTED TO USE THE MICROFILM COPY 1974 5.
01/1922-09/1922 1
Box.FF 21
The Autobiography of an Idea, Chapters 1-15.
Holograph manuscript. First published serially in the Journal of the American Institute of Architects, 06/1922-08/1923. 350 pages. Gift of George G. Elmslie, 1932. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
02/1922-07/1923 1
Box.FF 21.12a
The Autobiography of an Idea, Chapter 12.
Typescript., with holographic corrections. 22 pages.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 21.12a
The Autobiography of an Idea, Chapter 12.
TC. Incorporating changes to above typescript. 21 pages.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 4.4
The Autobiography of an Idea
Book. Purchased by the Ryerson &Burnham Libraries, 2016.
1924 1
Box.FF 4.2
"Concerning the Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan."
Typescript papers. Published in Architectural Record 53, no. 4 (March 1923), pp. 333-52. Initialed on cover page; signed and dated on last page. 15 pages. Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1932.
01/13/1923 1
Box.FF 4.6
"Reflections on the Tokyo Disaster."
Holograph manuscript., bound. Published in The Architectural Record 55, no. 2 (February 1924), pp. 113-17. 11 pages; signed on p.11. Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1932. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001. Also available on microfilm 1974 6.
10/25/1923-11/04/1923 1
Box.FF 5.1
Kindergarten Chats and Four Other Essays. Bound collection of essays. 243 pp.
Carbon typescript. Includes: "Kindergarten Chats," "What is Architecture," "The Young Man in Architecture," "Education," and "Ornament in Architecture." Gift of Charles H. Whitaker, 1931. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 5.2
Bound collection of essays by and articles about Louis H. Sullivan.
Includes: "Objective and Subjective"; "What is Architecture?"; "The Young Man in Architecture" (with manuscript corrections); "Education"; "The Tall Office Building Artistically Considered"; "The Chicago Tribune Competition"; "Letters from Louis H. Sullivan" by Claude Bragdon in Architecture, 7/1931, pp. 7-10; "American Architecture: Louis Sullivan and his Influence" by Thomas E. Tallmadge in Building for the Future in the Light of the Past, published by Peoples Gas Light and Coke Company, Chicago, 9/1930; "Louis Henri Sullivan: His Claim to Fame" by Thomas E. Tallmadge in Building for the Future in the Light of the Past, published by Peoples Gas Light and Coke Company, Chicago, 7/1933; and "Lest we Forget" in Architecture, 8/1930. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck, 1993.
n.d. 1

WRITINGS BY OTHERS:
Box.FF 1.18
Corfield, W.H. (William Henry). Water and Water Supply. New York: D. Van Nostrand. Title page.
Louis H. Sullivan autographed.
1875 1
Box.FF 5.3
Schuyler, Montgomery. "Great American Architects Series. - No. 2: Architecture in Chicago." The Architectural Record 5, with a section devoted to Adler and Sullivan.
Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1933.
12/1895 1
Box.FF 5.4
"Contributions by Louis H. Sullivan." Forms and Fantasies.
5 pages.
06/1898 1
Box.FF 5.5
Barker, A.W. "Louis H. Sullivan-Thinker and Architect." Architectural Annual 2.
17 pages.
1901 1
Box.FF 5.6
Western Architect vol. 33, no. 5. Louis H. Sullivan memorial issue.
Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
05/1924 1
Box.FF 5.6
Western Architect vol. 33, no. 6. Louis H. Sullivan memorial issue.
One copy, transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
06/1924 2
Box.FF 5.7
"Notes for Mr. Thulin, University of Michigan."
Typescript., with manuscript notations and corrections. 5 pages.
04/01/1927 1
Box.FF 5.8
Tallmadge, Thomas E. "Louis Henri Sullivan," Building for the Future.
On the occasion of an exhibition of Sullivaniana at the Burnham Library, The Art Institute of Chicago. Includes two copies of the illustrations. Gift of Robert K [?] through the University of Wisconsin at Parkside, 1980.
07/1933 1
Box.FF 5.9
"Catalog of Sullivan material given to the Art Institute by Hugh Morrison."
Typescript. and correspondence. 8 pages. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
c.1948 1
Box.FF 5.9
"Louis H. Sullivan. Poet, Prophet and Man of Action." Northwest Architect.
Tearsheet. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
09/1951-10/1951 1
Box.FF 5.9
"Louis Sullivan and the Architecture of Free Enterprise," The Art Institute of Chicago.
Gift of Jane Heron, 2009.
1956 1
Box.FF 5.9
"A 70-Year-Old Prophecy Has Now Come True." House Beautiful.
Tearsheet. 3 pages. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
01/1957 1
Box.FF 5.9
Typescript. 4 pages. Gift of Richard Nickel, 06/02/1957. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
1957 1
Box.FF 5.9
Bradley Residence, Madison, Wisconsin. Newspaper clippings.
Printed matter. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
1971-1977 7
Box.FF 5.10
Ade, George. "Fables in Slang."
Book. Gift of Ward Miller, 2008.
06/08/1974 1
Box.FF 5.9
Warn, Robert. "The Fate of Mrs. Louis H. Sullivan (Margaret Davies)."
Typescript. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
06/08/1974 1
Box.FF 5.9
Bennett, James R. "Louis Sullivan's Bradley House."
Typescript. Related correspondence 1974-1975. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
09/22/1975 3
Box.FF 5.9
Randall, John D. "Guide to the extant work of Adler and Sullivan, Architects."
Photocopy. 3 pages. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
1979 1
Box.FF 5.9
"Louis Sullivan Negatives at Chicago Architectural Photo Co."
Photocopy. 6 pages. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 5.11
Neutra, Richard J. "L.H. Sullivan's Kindergarten for Infant Architects."
Typescript. and photocopy. 1 page. Photocopy transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Pamphlet File, 2009.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 5.12
"City Museum's next big thing: a Louis Sullivan cornice nobody's seen in 45 years," St. Louis Today.
Computer printout. Regarding Chicago Stock Exchange cornice and other fragments.
01/11/2018 1
Box.FF 5.12
"The City Museum in Saint Louis will do anything - even risk eternal damnation - to build its Louis Sullivan collection," Chicago Reader.
Computer printout. Regarding Chicago Stock Exchange cornice and other fragments.
05/31/2018 1






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SERIES III: PERSONAL PHOTOGRAPHS AND MEMORABILIA



PHOTOGRAPHS OF LOUIS H. SULLIVAN:
Box.FF 6.1
Albert Walter Sullivan and Louis H. Sullivan, ages 2 and 4; seated, half figure.
Black and white copy photograph. Copy print of framed tintype, 3 1/2″ x 3 1/4″. Original is housed in Box 14, folder 5. AIC neg. C33884.
c.1860 1
Box.FF 6.1
Louis H. Sullivan, age 15, Boston; bust portrait.
6 1/2″ x 8 1/2″Sepia photograph. AIC neg. C33881.
1871 1
Box.FF 6.1
Louis H. Sullivan, age 20, Chicago.
2″ x 3 1/2″Sepia photograph. AIC neg. C33882.
12/1876 1
REST
Louis H. Sullivan, age 24; standing portrait.
3 5/8″ x 2 3/8″, trimmed.Tintype THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. PLEASE CONTACT THE ARCHIVIST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. SURROGATE COPIES AVAILABLE IN SERIES III, BOX.FF 6.1
c.1877 1
Box.FF 6.1
Louis H. Sullivan, age 24; standing portrait.
Black and white photograph. AIC digital file G02330.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.1
Louis H. Sullivan, age 25; playing piano.
Black and white photograph. Drawn by Andrienne Sullivan. Original drawing is in collection of Avery Library, Columbia University.
11/26/1884 1
Box.FF 6.2
Louis H. Sullivan, age 29; bust portrait, taken at Saint Louis Convention, Western Association of Architects.
Black and white photograph. Copy print of tintype in paper folder, 4″ x 3″. Original housed in Box 14, folder 6.
11/18/1885 1
Box.FF 6.2
Louis H. Sullivan, age 30; bust portrait.
4″ x 6″Sepia photograph. AIC neg. C33859.
1886 1
Box.FF 6.2
Louis H. Sullivan, age 34; bust portrait.
4 1/4″ x 6 1/2″Sepia photograph., autographed. Gift of Auditorium Building (?), 1939. AIC neg. C23173.
1890 1
Box.FF 6.2
Louis H. Sullivan, age 43; full figure standing at Ocean Springs, MS.
8″ x 10″ and 8″ x 10″Cyanotype photograph. and black and white copy photograph. Chicago Architectural Photographing Company, photographer Black and white copy photograph is gift of Richard Nickel, 1956. AIC neg. C33914.
07/1899 2
Box.FF 6.2
Louis H. Sullivan, age 44; 3/4 profile bust. 4 1/2″ x 6″; copy 8″ x 12″.
Gift of William Gray Purcell, c.1945. AIC neg. E13847.
c.1900 2
Box.FF 6.3
Louis H. Sullivan; bust portrait. 8 1/2″ x 11 1/4″.
Accompanied by Christmas card designed and signed by Louis H. Sullivan. AIC neg. C33968.
1920 2
Box.FF 6.3
Louis H. Sullivan; standing portrait.
Black and white copy photograph. Frederick O. Bemm, photographer. Copy of painting by F.[?] Werner.
c.1920 1
Box.FF 6.3
Print of image listed above.
Inscribed by Louis H. Sullivan "To my friend Frederick Johnck with best wishes Louis H. Sullivan Aug 6th 1920." Gift of Stanley Benn, 1986, in memory of William Benn.
08/06/1920 1
Box.FF 6.3
Louis H. Sullivan; bust portrait sketch.
Black and white copy photograph. Charles Morgan, artist. Gift of Margaret Bush. AIC neg. C33883.
1924 1

PORTRAITS OF FAMILY MEMBERS:
REST
Jules(?) Mathéus, Geneva, Switzerland, great-grandfather of Louis H. Sullivan and Albert Walter Sullivan through his daughter, Anna Matheus (Mrs. Henry List) and granddaughter Andrienne F. List (Mrs. Patrick Sullivan, 1835-1892); bust portrait.
9 1/2″ x 7 3/4″Oil on wood painting. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. PLEASE CONTACT THE ARCHIVIST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. SURROGATE COPIES AVAILABLE IN SERIES III, BOX.FF 6.4 AIC digital file G02329.
c.1780-1790 1
Box.FF 6.4
Jules(?) Mathéus, Geneva, Switzerland, great-grandfather of Louis H. Sullivan and Albert Walter Sullivan through his daughter, Anna Matheus (Mrs. Henry List) and granddaughter Andrienne F. List (Mrs. Patrick Sullivan, 1835-1892); bust portrait.
9 1/2″ x 7 3/4″Black and white copy photograph. AIC digital file G02329.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.4
Henry List (1805-1882), grandfather of Louis H. Sullivan and Albert Walter Sullivan; upper torso.
8 1/4″ x 10″Black and white photograph., on oval mat. Varney, photographer.
c.1865 1
Box.FF 6.4
Henry List (1805-1882), grandfather of Louis H. Sullivan and Albert Walter Sullivan; upper torso.
3 1/2″ x 5″Black and white copy photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.5
Andrienne [List] Sullivan, carte de visite.
3″ x 1 3/8″Sepia photograph. on card. Printed by Whipple.
1850s? 1
REST
Andrienne [List] Sullivan.
3 3/8″ x 2 3/8″Tintype. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. PLEASE CONTACT THE ARCHIVIST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. SURROGATE COPIES AVAILABLE IN SERIES III, BOX.FF 6.5
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.5
Andrienne [List] Sullivan.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC digital file G02328.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.5
Mrs. Patrick Sullivan (Andrienne F. List); portrait bust.
7 1/4″ x 6 1/2″Sepia photograph., with hand-coloring, oval.
06/1869 1
Box.FF 6.5
Andrienne F. [List] Sullivan; portrait bust.
5 1/2″ x 3 7/8″Sepia photograph., mounted on card. Cummins (Baltimore, MD), photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.5
Patrick Sullivan. Copy print of tintype (?).
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.5
Andrienne Sullivan (1).
Sepia photograph., mounted with (2) and (3). Duplicate of oval portrait listed above.
06/1869 1
Box.FF 6.5
Patrick Sullivan; seated figure (2).
Sepia photograph., mounted with (1) and (3).
c.1870s 1
Box.FF 6.5
Louis H. Sullivan, with legend "LHS M.I.T. Boston," portrait bust (3).
4 1/2″ x 2″Sepia photograph., mounted with (1) and (2).
c.1872-1873 1
Box.FF 6.6
Albert Walter Sullivan, age 36, Chicago; 3/4-profile bust.
4 1/4″ x 6 1/4″Sepia photograph.
c.1890 1
Box.FF 6.6
Albert Walter Sullivan, c. age 55; half torso.
6″x 4″Black and white photograph.
c.1910 1
Box.FF 6.6
Miss Mary Mersereau Spelman (1869-1930) [married Albert Walter Sullivan, February, 1893]; bust.
4 1/2″ x 6 3/4″ Sepia photograph.
11/01/1892 1
Box.FF 6.6
Mrs. Stephen Connell (Anna Whittlesey, born Feb. 29, 1864) [first cousin of Louis H. Sullivan], age 27; bust.
6 1/2″ x 4 1/4″Sepia photograph.
1891 1
Box.FF 6.7
Mrs. Louis H. Sullivan (Mary Azona [Margaret] Hattabaugh, 1879-?); seated in small enclosed patio, facing circular pond, Ocean Springs, MS.
8 1/2″ x 7 1/4″Sepia photograph. AIC neg. E13848.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.7
Mrs. Louis H. Sullivan, seated on porch of Ocean Springs, MS. cottage, holding a rose from the garden.
4 1/2″ x 3″Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.7
Mrs. Louis H. Sullivan, seated on porch of Ocean Springs, MS. cottage, holding a rose from the garden.
9 3/8″ x 7 1/2″Cyanotype photograph.
n.d. 1

SULLIVAN, LOUIS H., COTTAGE AND OUTBUILDINGS, OCEAN SPRINGS, MS (CR# 135):
Box.FF 6.8
Side yard.
4 1/2″ x 6 1/2″Cyanotype photograph. AIC neg. E27739.
1892 1
Box.FF 6.8
Partial view of cottage, front porch.
4″ x 6″Sepia photograph. AIC neg. E27738.
1892 1
Box.FF 6.8
Partial view of house and garden.
7 1/2″ x 6 1/4″Sepia photograph. AIC neg. E27741.
1892 1
Box.FF 6.8
Entry drive.
5 1/4″ x 4 1/4″ Sepia photograph., mounted on cardboard.
1892 1
Box.FF 6.8
Perspective view of front and side.
4 1/4″ x 5 1/4″Sepia photograph., mounted on cardboard.
1892 1
Box.FF 6.8
Front view from woods.
6 1/2″ x 4 1/2″Cyanotype.
c.1892 2
Box.FF 6.8
Cottage tower and unidentified woman.
6 3/8″ x 4 5/8″Cyanotype photograph. AIC neg. E27740.
c.1892? 1
Box.FF 6.9
Roses.
7 3/4″x 7″Sepia photograph. Legend printed on back describes "[R]ose: Paul Neyron 5 1/4″ Diam. L.H. Sullivan."
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.9
View from driveway through garden toward house.
9 1/2″ x 7 1/2″Filtered black and white photograph., mounted on heavy paper. Legend printed by Louis H. Sullivan under picture, "Photograph by Louis H. Sullivan: His winter home Ocean Springs, Mississippi."
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.9
Trees and fauna.
8 1/2″ x 6 1/4″Sepia photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.9
Cottage fronting on rose garden.
7 3/8″ x 6 3/4″Sepia photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.9
View of garden.
7 3/8″ x 9 1/2″Sepia photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.9
Cottage tower viewed from the garden.
8″ x 7 1/8″ Sepia photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.9
Back view of the cottage [or front view of servants' quarters?].
7″ x 8 3/4″ Sepia photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.9
Driveway with partial view of roof and tower.
8 1/4″ x 6 5/8″Sepia photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.9
View of stables with tower and front exterior of cottage.
Photomechanical print. From a magazine article.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 6.9
Exterior view.
Black and white copy photograph. Made from original photograph lent by Mrs. Jane Read Swetmore, 1973.
n.d. 1

CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB:
Box.FF 6.11
"Chicago Architectural Exhibition 33rd Annual," The Art Institute of Chicago, view of installation featuring Adler and Sullivan and Louis H. Sullivan projects.
Black and white photographs. AIC neg. E13896.
[04/06/1920-05/05/1920] 3

MEMORABILIA:
Box.FF 6.12
Patrick Sullivan's passenger's contract ticket for voyage from London to Boston.
Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1933.
07/22/1847 1
OP 5.4
Louis Sullivan grammar school diploma.
Ink on Printed papers. Diploma issued by Rice Grammar School, Boston, MA, and signed by Lucius A. Wheelock, Master. Gift of the Nickel Family, 2012.
07/19/1870 1
Box.FF 6.12
Sullivan family birth, marriage, and death record copied from the old family bible.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.12
Stereographs of "The old place in Wakefield [MA]," front and side views.
3″ x 6″ each.Sepia photographs. Front view signed by Louis H. Sullivan. Side view with label: "Made by C.F. Richardson, photographer, Wakefield, Mass. No. 137. Stereoscopic views on hand, and views of residences made to order." Nos. 128 and 137. Gifts of George Grant Elmslie, 1940.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 10
Maillot, Thomas Jules Richard. En Campagne,Tableaux et Dessinsde A. de Neuville. Paris: Boussard, Valadon et Cie.
Signed by Louis H. Sullivan on title page. Title is item 187 in auction catalogue of Sullivan's estate. Gift of Mrs. Ruth Guyer, 1997.
[1886] 1
Box.FF 6.13
Catalogue at auction at our salesrooms, no. 185 Wabash Avenue, Monday, Nov. 29, 10:30 A.M.: household effects, library, Oriental rugs, paintings, etc. of Mr. Louis Sullivan, the well-known Chicago architect, at unreserved sale. William, Barker & Severn Co., auctioneers.
Photocopy.
[1909] 1
REST
Catalogue at auction at our salesrooms, no. 185 Wabash Avenue, Monday, Nov. 29, 10:30 A.M.: household effects, library, Oriental rugs, paintings, etc. of Mr. Louis Sullivan, the well-known Chicago architect, at unreserved sale. William, Barker & Severn Co., auctioneers.
Printed papers, with manuscript notations. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. PLEASE CONTACT THE ARCHIVIST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. SURROGATE COPIES AVAILABLE IN SERIES III, BOX.FF 6.13. ALSO AVAILABLE AS MICROFILM CALL NO. 1999 5.
[1909] 1
Box.FF 6.14
"Famous Architect will be Honored by Members of Profession," published in Daily News, regarding Louis H. Sullivan's monument in Graceland Cemetery.
06/1936 1
Box.FF 6.14c
"Nickel Memorial Local Post 10c - Form Follows Function - Louis Henri Sullivan" postage stamp.
Stamp. Depicts standing portrait painting by F.[?] Werner. Gift of Nathaniel Parks, 2017.
03/1976 1
Box.FF 6.14b
"Sullivan Award for Architecture," entry form.
Printed papers.
1976-1977 1
Box.FF 6.14c
"First Day of Issue" postage stamp.
Stamp. Gift of Nathaniel Parks, 2017.
08/28/1981 1
REST
Union Centrale des Arts Decoratifs medals presented to Louis H. Sullivan. One each gold, silver and bronze, in one case.
THE MEDALS IN BOX 13 ARE RESTRICTED. PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE MEDALS MAY BE CONSULTED IN BOX 6, FOLDERS 15-17.
1893 4
Box.FF 6.15
Recto and verso views of one medal. Black and white copy photographs.
AIC neg. D12458 #4, recto; AIC neg. D12458 #9, verso view with Sullivan's name.
2002 2
REST
World's Columbian Exposition copper medal, presented to Adler and Sullivan, in case. Augustus Saint-Gaudens, designer.
1893 2
Box.FF 6.16
Recto and verso views of medal. Black and white copy photographs.
AIC neg. E24887, recto (with Columbus); AIC neg. E24888, verso.
2002 2
REST
American Institute of Architects gold medal, presented posthumously to Louis H. Sullivan.
1944 1
Box.FF 6.17
Recto and verso views of medal. Color copy photographs.
AIC neg. G19316, recto; AIC neg. G19317, verso.
2003 2

DRAWINGS AND PAINTING BY LOUIS H. SULLIVAN'S FATHER, MOTHER, AND BROTHER:
REST
Original drawings.
Gifts of Miss Andrienne Sullivan. THESE ITEMS ARE RESTRCTED FROM PATRON USE. PATRONS ARE REQUESTED TO USE THE PHOTOGRAPHIC COPY PRINTS LOCATED IN BOX 6, FOLDERS 18-23.

DRAWINGS BY PATRICK SULLIVAN [FATHER OF LOUIS H. SULLIVAN]
Box.FF 6.18
A Poor Frenchman.
Signed P. Sullivan. AIC neg. C39577.
1849 1
Box.FF 6.18
A Swiss Landscape..
Signed P. Sullivan. AIC neg. C39515
1849 1
Box.FF 6.18
Above copied from Unterseen.
AIC neg. C39578.
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Box.FF 6.18
Cattle at a Watering Place.
Signed P.S. AIC neg. C38509.
1861 1
Box.FF 6.18
Above copied from Paysage Et Animaux.
AIC neg. C39527.
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Box.FF 6.18
Drawing of a Bridge.
Signed P. Sullivan. AIC neg. C39572.
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DRAWINGS AND PAINTING BY ANDRIENNE F. LIST SULLIVAN [MOTHER OF LOUIS H. SULLIVAN]
Box.FF 6.19
Finglass Bridge.
Signed P. Sullivan. AIC neg. C38498.
1859 1
Box.FF 6.19
Finglass Bridge.
AIC neg. C39514.
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Box.FF 6.19
Un Table a Ouvrage (Dimanche Soir).
Signed A.F.S. AIC neg. C39525.
10/15/1865 1
Box.FF 6.19
Lyon's Falls from Whittlesey's Side.
Signed A.F.S. AIC neg. C38499.
08/22/1866 1
Box.FF 6.19
A Potted Plant.
Signed A.F.S. AIC neg. C38495.
07/1880 1
Box.FF 6.19
Drawing of Two Persons.
Signed A.F.S. AIC neg. C39516.
03/13/1881 1
Box.FF 6.19
Freight Train, Andashed.
Signed A.F.S. AIC neg. C38494.
06/19/1885 1
Box.FF 6.19
Two Plants.
Signed A.F.S. AIC neg. C38507.
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Portf. 1
Untitled landscape.
10 1/2″ x 5 3/4″, Matted to 17″ x 16″ OIl on canvas.
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DRAWING BY ALBERT W. SULLIVAN [BROTHER OF LOUIS H. SULLIVAN]:
Box.FF 6.20
Duck in Flight.
Signed A.W. Sullivan. AIC neg. C39524.
01/03/1870 1

DRAWINGS SIGNED "A. SULLIVAN":
Box.FF 6.21
Tombeau de Washington, Mt. Vernon.
AIC neg. C38508.
1861 1
Box.FF 6.21
Chain Bridge on the Merrimack.
AIC neg. C38497.
07/16/1867 1
Box.FF 6.21
Country Church.
AIC neg. G02322.
03/21/1868 1
Box.FF 6.21
Drawing of a farmhouse. Signature and date now lacking.
AIC neg. C39522.
03/21/1868 1
Box.FF 6.21
A Woman Writing.
AIC neg. C39521.
05/03/1879 1
Box.FF 6.21
Noon Recess.
AIC neg. C38506.
04/1880 1
Box.FF 6.21
Raphaela.
AIC neg. C38510.
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UNSIGNED DRAWINGS BY LOUIS H. SULLIVAN'S PARENTS
Box.FF 6.22
Seashore.
AIC neg. C39513.
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Box.FF 6.22
Trees.
AIC neg. C38496.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.22
Four Trees with Labels.
AIC neg. C39578.
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Box.FF 6.22
Two Woodland Scenes.
AIC neg. C38504.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.22
Farm Countryside.
AIC neg. C38505.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.22
A Tree.
AIC neg. C38503.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.22
A Horse at a Watering Trough.
AIC neg. C39511.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.22
A Horse at a Watering Trough.
AIC neg. C39520.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.22
Cows. On verso of A Horse at a Watering Trough.
AIC neg. C39519.
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Box.FF 6.22
Truss Bridge over a Stream.
AIC neg. C38502.
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Box.FF 6.22
Woman Reading, and Dog.
AIC neg. C38501.
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UNSIGNED DRAWINGS BY LOUIS H. SULLIVAN'S FAMILY
Box.FF 6.23
The Old Brewery, 38th St., Chicago.
AIC neg. C38500.
07/1869 1
Box.FF 6.23
Country Scene.
AIC neg. C39523.
6/29/1880 1
Box.FF 6.23
Deer in a Forest.
AIC neg. C39526.
5/2/1889 1

PRINTS USED AS DRAWING MODELS BY THE SULLIVAN FAMILY:
Box.FF 6.10
Bataille de Rocroy. Printed BLC: "PISAN."
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Box.FF 6.10
Beggarman with wooden leg. Initials printed BLC: "MPF" [M. Plonski fecit]; written BRC: "4."
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.10
Castle ruins with cow and seated man. Signature printed BC: "G. Childs"; printed under image: "London, Published by Chas. Tilt, 86, Fleet St."; written BLC: "6."; printed BRC: "Printed by J. Gray."
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Box.FF 6.10
Combat de la porte Saint-Antoine. Printed BLC: "PISAN"; BRC: "HD. Wathau" (?).
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.10
Condé. Printed BRC: "BRUGNOT."
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.10
Fairmount. Printed BLC: "Drawn by J. Hamilton."; BRC: "Engraved by J. Sartain."; written on verso: "Fairmount Philadelphia Penn U-8 North America."
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Box.FF 6.10
Fouquet. Printed BC: "Lesestre."
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.10
Frontispice: Louis XIV et Son Siécle. Printed by Aristide; with multiple other notations in the print.
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Box.FF 6.10
Gaston d'Orleans. Printed BC: "Lesestre."
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Box.FF 6.10
Geneva from Coligny. Printed BLC: "W.H. Bartlett"; BC: "London, Published for the Proprietors by Geo. Virtue, 26, Ivy Lane."; BRC: "Robt. Wallis."
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Box.FF 6.10
Geneva from the Ramparts. Printed BLC: "W.H. Bartlett"; BC: "London, Published for the Proprietors by Geo. Virtue, 26, Ivy Lane, 1836."; BRC: "Robt. Wallis."
1836 1
Box.FF 6.10
Le Roi des Halles. Printed BLC: "G LESESTRE"; BC: "WATTIER."
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Box.FF 6.10
Louis XIII. Printed BLC: "G LESESTRE"; BRC: "Rouargue."
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Box.FF 6.10
Mme de Chevreuse. Printed BLC: "L. Marckl"; BRC: "LESESTRE."
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Box.FF 6.10
Mme. Henriette. Printed BLC: "LESESTRE."
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Box.FF 6.10
[Man in costume with feather headdress].
Signed BLC: "M. Plonski f 1802"; written CBE: "No. 19."
1802 1
Box.FF 6.10
Marie di Médicis.
Printed BLC: "G. LESESTRE"; BRC: "AROUAGUE."
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.10
Mazarin.
Printed BLC: "TH. GUERIN DEL"; BRC: "HERBERT."
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.10
Naissance de Louis XIV. Printed BRC: "D. QUARTLEY."
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.10
[Old peasant with walking stick].
Initials printed BLC: "MPF"; printed BRC:"6" written under image: "Etching by Plonski" and "No. 19."
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.10
Panorama de Genéve. Printed BLC: "Dessiné d'aprés nature."; BC: "Becherat, éditeur, place du Lac 171."; BRC: "Imp. Pilet et Cougnard, Genéve." With manuscript notation under image.
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Box.FF 6.10
Paysage et Animaux, from Album Cosmopolite, by Backhuysen de la Haye. Printed BLC: "DeKoenig Lith."; BC: "Challamel éditeur."; BRC: "Imp. Grégoire & Deneux."
AIC neg. C 39527.
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Box.FF 6.10
Présentation de Buckingham. Signature printed BRC: "A. Rouargue."
1844 1
Box.FF 6.10
Présentation du Dauphin au retour de son baptème, à Louis XIII mourant. Signature printed BLC: "L. Marckl"; printed BRC: "HERBERT SC."
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Box.FF 6.10
Richelieu. Printed BLC: "T H. GUERIN."; BRC: "LESESTRE."
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.10
Richelieu dansant devant Anne d'Autriche. Printed BLC: "LESESTRE"; BRC: "GUERIN."
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Box.FF 6.10
The River Road. (Accompanying Appleton's Journal.) Printed BLC: "Painting by A. F. Bellows," signature printed "A. F. Bellows 1863"; printed BC: "Entered according to Act of Congress A.D. 1864 by M. Knoedler in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the Southern District of N. York."; BRC: "Engraved by S. V. Hunt."
1864 1
Box.FF 6.10
[Seated child with birdcage].
Signed BRC: "M. Plonski f."; written BLC: "N 242."; written "12 1/2" on verso.
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Box.FF 6.10
Unterseen vers la Jungfrau. Printed BRC: "Zürich chez R. dikenmann Peintre Neustadt [?]."
AIC neg. C39578.
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LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES IV: PROJECTS AND DESIGNS BY SULLIVAN

Complete Architecture of Adler & Sullivan catalog raisonné # for each project given in parentheses, such as (CR# 101).



ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTS:
ACADEMY OF MUSIC, KALAMAZOO, MI (CR# 14):
Flatf. 18.4
Floor plan. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Gift of Elayne S. Orr via Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.1881-1882 1
Exterior perspective rendering.
Postcard. Purchased by the Ryerson and Burnham Archives, 2019.
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ADAMS, H.C., LAND AND LOAN OFFICE, ALGONA, IA (CR# 225)
SEE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS UNION BANK, COLUMBUS, WI.

AUDITORIUM BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 101):
DRAWINGS.
REST
Working drawings.
Negative photostats. Adler and Sullivan, architects.Structural set, #71-78 and 80. Includes iron diagrams and ceiling structure.
c.1910s-1920s? 9
OP 5.5
"Investigation of Structure," structural drawings.
Photostats. Holabird and Root, architect.
05/1932-07/1932 8
OP 1
Plans. 65 pp bound.
Contains photostats and photocopies of original plans of the seventeen stories, the roof, and the stairways. Gift of the Chicago Auditorium Association, c.1942. Transferred from the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
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REST
Plans. 65 pp bound.
Contains photostats and photocopies of original plans of the seventeen stories, the roof, and the stairways, with negative photostats of pp. 15-65. Gift of the Chicago Auditorium Association, c.1942. Transferred from the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED FROM PATRON USE DUE TO ITS FRAGILE CONDITION. PATRONS ARE REQUESTED TO CONSULT THE VOLUME IN OVERSIZE PORTFOLIO 1.
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PHOTOGRAPHS AND IMAGES.
Box.FF 16.2
Exterior perspective rendering.
Black and white photograph.
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Box.FF 16.2
Cross-section.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.2
"Diagram of the Seats and Boxes of the Auditorium Theatre."
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.1
Construction view.
Black and white photograph.
10/01/1888 1
Box.FF 7
Exterior views.
Black and white photographs. Some by J.W. Taylor, photographer.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 16.1
Exterior view before the destruction of the restaurant.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 16.1
Interior view, hotel lobby.
Black and white photograph. J.W. Taylor, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.1
Interior view, hotel lobby.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 16.1
Interior view, banquet hall of hotel.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. E15152.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.1
Interior views, theatre.
Black and white photograph. J.W. Taylor, photographer.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 16.1
Interior view, theatre mural, "Spring."
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.1
Interior view, theatre mural, "Fall." Photomechanical print. From unidentified magazines source.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.1
Interior detail, theatre mural above stage.
Black and white photograph. J.W. Taylor, photographer.
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Box.FF 7
Interior and interior detail views.
Black and white photographs. Some by J.W. Taylor, photographer.
n.d. 66
Box.FF 16.2
Interior views, main auditorium.
Black and white photograph. Chicago Architectural Photo Company, photographer. During and after renovation.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 16.2
Interior views, auditorium, lobby, and stair areas.
Black and white photograph. Kaufmann-Fabry, photographers. During and sfter renovation.
n.d. 18
Box.FF 16.2
Box Office statement.
Black and white photograph., mounted on cardboard.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.2
Stage equipment.
Black and white photograph. J.W. Taylor, photographer.
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Box.FF 16.1
Philip Loeb admiring Louis H. Sullivan design on door of hotel.
Black and white photograph. Inscribed "to Mr. Will Shaw, from Philip Loeb." AIC neg. E13849.
07/1942 1
Box.FF 16.1
Shaw, William. "Mr. Appopolous Discovers Mr. Louis Sullivan; Actor Philip Loeb Hunts Out Famous Architect's Gems," from unidentified newspaper source.
07/1942 1
Box.FF 8
Album cover for photographs in Box 7.
Cover stamped "Milward Adams." [Adams (1857-1923) was manager of Auditorium Theatre.]
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WRITINGS.
Box.FF 16.2b
Shaw, William. "Monograph on the history of the Auditorium Theatre."
Typescript papers. and envelope. Handwritten note indicates that monograph was published in the Chicago Daily News. Gift of Mrs. Julius Weil. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
1932 1
Box.FF 16.2b
Schooler, Leon D. "A Heritage Reclaimed in Our Time for All People."
Typescript papers. Gift of Leon D. Schooler. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
04/28/1947 1
Box.FF 16.2b
Ahrens, Robert. "Auditorium Notes."
Typescript. Gift of Frank Tassone, 2006.
10/04/1949, revised 05/06/1955 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"The Auditorium, Background Information."
Typescript. Gift of Frank Tassone, 2006.
04/02/1959 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"The Auditorium Building, 1871 To Date."
Typescript. Gift of Frank Tassone, 2006.
04/02/1959 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"Statement of Financial Policy." (To Members of the Auditorium Theater Council).
Typescript. Gift of Frank Tassone, 2006.
12/06/1960 1
Box.FF 16.2b
Press release.
Typescript papers. From the Office of Mayor Richard J. Daley regarding Auditorium Theatre restoration. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
c.1960s 1
Box.FF 16.2b
Restoration campaign newsletter.
Typescript papers. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
11/11/1966 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"Fact Sheet on Auditorium Theater Project."
Typescript. Gift of Frank Tassone, 2006.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"A Plan for the Restoration of the Auditorium Theater And Its Operation."
Typescript. Gift of Frank Tassone, 2006.
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Box.FF 16.2b
"Auditorium Theatre Council Hosts Guides Tours of Historic Auditorium Theatre," press release.
Typescript papers. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
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PRINTED MATERIALS.
OP 1
Early History and Press Clippings.Approximately 37 pp. bound.
Contains newspaper clippings, brochures, and other informational material. Gift of the Chicago Auditorium Association, c.1942. Transferred from the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
05/03/1884-08/23/1893 1
Box.FF 16.2a
Chicago Service Mens Center, plans.
Floor plans showing use of the first four floors of the Auditorium Building as the Chicago Service Mens Center. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
1946 1
Box.FF 16.2a
"Carry on Fight for Auditorium," Progress, A Report from Roosevelt College.
Newspaper. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
12/1946 1
Box.FF 16.2a
"Reach Settlement on Auditorium," Progress, A Report from Roosevelt College.
Newspaper. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
03/1947 1
Box.FF 16.2a
"Page 6," Progress, A Report from Roosevelt College.
Newspaper clipping. Before and after photographs of banquet hall in Auditorium Building Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
1948 1
Box.FF 16.2a
Roosevelt College promotional postcard.
Postcard. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
c.1940s 1
Box.FF 16.2a
"The Auditorium - Roosevelt University."
Brochure. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
c.1940s 1
Box.FF 16.2a
[Article on the naming of Recital Hall], Progress, A Report from Roosevelt College.
Newspaper. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
11/1955 1
Box.FF 16.2a
Auditorium Building and Theater Tours.
Printed papers. Promotional flyer for tours to restore the banquet hall as a recital hall. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
1956 1
Box.FF 16.2a
"Dr. Ganz Gets 80th Birthday Gift - Hall Named in His Honor," Progress, A Report from Roosevelt College.
Newspaper. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
04/1957 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"Say. The Alumni Magazine of Roosevelt University Vol.10, No.1. A Special Issue on The Auditorium Building."
magazine. Gift of Frank Tassone, 2006.
Autumn 1958 1
Box.FF 16.2a
"Dedicate New Student Center with Its Charming Louis Sullivan Room," Progress, A Report from Roosevelt College.
Newspaper clipping. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
c.1958 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"Why the restoration of the Auditorium should concern you."
Brochure. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
1961 1
Box.FF 16.2b
Jacobi, Peter and Vories Fisher. "Ghosts Bid For Life."
Brochure. Gift of Frank Tassone, 2006.
09/1962 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"Restoring the Auditorium," Talmanac.
Magazine. and correspondence. With letter dated 02/1965 from The Auditorium Theatre Council describing magazine. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
11/1964 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"Stevenson tribute presented in half renovated Auditorium," Roosevelt Torch, Vol. 21, No. 6.
Newspaper. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
10/25/1965 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"Auditorium Glitters for Stevenson."
Newspaper clipping. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
10/1965 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"The Auditorium - Progress Is Quickening," Panorama - Chicago Daily News.
Newspaper clipping. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
06/11/1966 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"$8 Million Culture Plan for Chicago," Chicago's American, Vol. 67, No. 67.
Newspaper clipping. Article mentions Auditorium Theatre restoration. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
09/20/1966 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"Auditorium Near Its Old Elegance," Chicago Sun-Times.
Newspaper clipping. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
04/26/1967 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"The WFMT Guide."
Brochure. Contains several articles on the Auditorium Theatre. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
04/1969 1
Box.FF 16.2a
Hill, Lewis W., "Report to the Commission on Chicago Historical and Architectural Landmarks."
Typescript papers. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
07/1969 1
Box.FF 16.2a
"Auditorium Building: A Summary of Information," Commission on Chicago Historical and Architectural Landmarks.
Brochure. Anonymous gift, 2016.
06/1972 1
Box.FF 16.2a
"Restoration at Roosevelt University."
Brochure. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
c.1976 1
Box.FF 16.2b
Stagebill.
Printed papers. Program for the 1977-1978 season at the Auditorium Theatre, the 10th anniversary of the grand reopening. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
1977-1978 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"Antonia Brico."
Printed papers. Program for Chicogo Symphony Orchestra and The William Ferris Choral performance at the Auditorium Theatre, conducted by Antonia Brico. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
01/12/1979 1
Box.FF 16.2a
"The Auditorium Building, Home of Roosevelt University, Architectural Masterpiece of Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan."
Typescript papers. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"The Auditorium, Roosevelt University."
Brochure. Gift of Frank Tassone, 2006.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"The Auditorium Theater."
Brochure. Gift of Frank Tassone, 2006.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.2a
The Auditorium Tower.
Printed papers. Page removed from a book or brochure. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.2a
Chicago Auditorium Building.
Printed papers. Elevation of Tower and Top Stories of Congress Street Elevation. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.2a
Michigan Avenue - Principal Entrance to Auditorium Hotel.
Newspaper clipping. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.2a
Office, Auditorium Hotel, Chicago.
Postcard. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.2a
Roosevelt College of Chicago.
Postcards. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 16.2b
"Roosevelt University Announces Plans For the Restoration of Adler & Sullivan's Auditorium Building."
Brochure. Gift of Frank Tassone, 2006.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.2b
"Tribute and Dedications."
Brochure. Regarding solicitation of donations in the form of tributes and dedications to fund the Auditorium Theatre restoration. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet File (P-25917), 2017.
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AURORA WATCH COMPANY FACTORY, AURORA, IL (CR# 36):
Box.FF 16.3
"Guarantee" card.
Printed papers. showing building designed by Louis H. Sullivan, mounted with a second certificate. Gift of Richard Nickel, 1957.
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BAYARD BUILDING, NEW YORK, NY (CR# 195):
aka CONDICT BUILDING.
Box.FF 16.4
Front exterior rendering.
Black and white photograph. From The Architectural Record 8.
01/1899-04/1899 1
Box.FF 16.4
Critics' statements, Brickbuilder 17.
06/1918 1
Box.FF 16.4
Photomontage of magazine illustration with critics' statements superimposed.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C44737.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 16.4
Exterior detail, front entrance and façade.
Black and white photograph. Plate 1294 in The American Architect and Building News 70.
10/15/1900 1
Box.FF 16.4
Exterior view.
Black and white photograph. Richard Nickel, photographer.
c.1950s 2

BELLEFONTAINE CEMETERY, WAINWRIGHT, CHARLOTTE DICKSON, TOMB, SAINT LOUIS, MO (CR# 160):
OP 3
Perspective exterior sketch.
Diazo reprographic print. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
n.d. 1
Flatf. 18.4
Elevation and section of bronze doors. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 1

BLATCHFORD, E.W., WAREHOUSE FOR (CR# 123):
Box.FF 16.4a
Exterior views.
Color photographs.
1994 6

BRADLEY, HAROLD AND JOSEPHINE, RESIDENCE, MADISON, WI (CR# 220):
aka UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, SIGMA PHI FRATERNITY HOUSE.
Box.FF 16.5
Exterior views, after fire.
Color photographs.
04/1972 12
Flatf. 18.4
Drawings. Louis H. Sullivan, architect.
Photomechanical prints. Includes basement, second floor and roof plans, north and east elevations, and longitudinal and transverse sections. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
08/1909 7

CARSON PIRIE SCOTT AND COMPANY STORE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 198):
aka SCHLESINGER & MAYER STORE.
PHOTOGRAPHS AND SLIDES:
Box.FF 16.6
Exterior view, marquee on south end of building.
Black and white photograph. Chicago Architectural Photographing Company, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.6
Exterior view, from northwest.
Black and white photograph. Chicago Architectural Company, photographer. Original and copy.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 16.6
Exterior detail, ornament at corner of State and Madison.
Black and white photograph. Gift of John Szarkowski, 1955.
1954-1955 1
Box.FF 16.6
Exterior detail, exterior ornament.
Black and white photograph. Gift of Chicago Sun Times.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.6
Exterior view, bridge to Madison Street El station.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. E13338.
n.d. 1
MAPS, DRAWINGS, AND CALCULATIONS:
OP 5.1
Proposed clock, sketch.
Graphite and colored pencil on tracing paper., mounted and matted. The Winslow Bros. Company, designer. Gift of Ward Miller and the Richard Nickel Committee in honor of Martha Ward Miller, 2011. Winslow Bros. design no. 7073. Marked "No 1" at upper right corner.
06/05/1906 1
OP 5.2
Proposed clock, sketch.
Graphite and colored pencil on tracing paper., mounted and matted. The Winslow Bros. Company, designer. Gift of Ward Miller and the Richard Nickel Committee in honor of Martha Ward Miller, 2011. Winslow Bros. design no. 7073(A).
06/05/1906 1
OP 5.3
Proposed clock, site plan.
Graphite and colored pencil on tracing paper., mounted and matted. The Winslow Bros. Company, designer. Gift of Ward Miller and the Richard Nickel Committee in honor of Martha Ward Miller, 2011. Winslow Bros. design no. 7073-. Marked "Street Block Plans" at verso.
06/05/1906 1
OP 1.9 (OS)
Alterations. Working drawings.
Blueprints. Alterations to layout and entrances. Gift of John Vinci. Holabird & Root & Burgee, architects.
01/1956-05/1957 4
OP 1.9 (OS)
Alterations. Shop drawings.
Blueprint. Laing & Sons Granite Company. Gift of John Vinci. Holabird & Root & Burgee, architects.
06/1956 1
OP 1.9 (OS)
Alterations. Shop drawings.
Graphite on vellum. and blueprints. Butler Street Foundry & Iron Company. Gift of John Vinci. Holabird & Root & Burgee, architects.
1956-1957, 1961 16
PRINTED MATERIALS AND MEMORABILIA:
Box.FF 16.6
"Carson Pirie Scott & Company Building," Commission on Chicago Historical and Architectural Landmarks.
Brochure. Anonymous gift, 2016.
11/1983 1
OP 5.5
Souvenir plastic drawstring shopping bag.
Realia. Depicts exterior details of building. Gift of Nathaniel Parks, 2017.
c.1980s 1
Box.FF 16.6
"Sullivan Center, iconic Chicago Loop office building, sells for $176M," rejournals.com.
Computer printout.
04/30/2018 1

CHARNLEY, JAMES, COTTAGE AND OUTBUILDINGS (CR# 136):
Box.FF 16.6a
Front view from woods.
4 1/2″ x 6 1/2″Cyanotype.
c.1892 1
Box.FF 16.6a
Exterior view of guesthouse.
Black and white copy photograph. Made from original photograph lent by Mrs. Jane Read Swetmore, 1973.
n.d. 1

CHARNLEY, JAMES, RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 151):
Box.FF 16.7
Perspective exterior view.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.7
Perspective exterior view.
Helio-chrome print. From The American Architect and Building News, no. 888.
12/31/1892 1
Flatf. 14.5
Restoration drawings.
Diazotypes. Alterations to existing plans and elevations; plans; elevations; sections; details; and door & window schedule. SOM Job #86046. Drawing numbers R1-5 and A1-23 (including A13A). Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, restoration architect.
09/24/1986 30
OP 3
Perspective exterior sketch.
Diazo reprographic print. Noted BRC "N.J. Tharp '91." Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
n.d. 1

CHICAGO LINOLEUM CO. PLANT, CHICAGO, IL:
Box.FF 16.7a
Exterior views.
Color photographs. Located at the NW corner of Kingsbury St. and Eastman St. Building dated 1902.
1/1/1994 2

CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 179):
Box.FF 16.8
Plans of ground floor, main floor, and floors three through thirteen.
Black and white photograph. Gift of City of Chicago, 1972. AIC negs. C51143-C51155.
n.d. 13
Box.FF 16.8
Exterior perspective view from above street level, across corner.
Black and white photograph. David Phillips Collection. HALIC accession no. 78088. Image not for reproduction.
c.1929 1
Box.FF 16.8
Elevator banks.
Black and white photocopies (poor quality).
n.d. 3
Box.FF 16.8
Trading room plaster ornaments, cleaned and prepared for casting replicas.
Black and white contact prints and negatives. Gift of Robert Furhoff, July 2009.
08/11/1982 5
OP 4
Column capital detail sketch.
Black and white photograph. George Lawrence, photographer. Transfer from the Department of Architecture, The Art Institute of Chicago, n.d.
02/01/1894 1
OP 4
Group portrait of traders on trading floor.
Black and white photograph. Transfer from the Department of Architecture, The Art Institute of Chicago, n.d. AIC neg. C36937.
n.d. 1
OP 4
[The Chicago Stock-Exchange.-Drawn by J. Gleeson after photographs.] Harpers' Weekly.
Printed papers., mounted and matted. Transfer from the Department of Architecture, The Art Institute of Chicago, n.d.
01/12/1895 1
Flatf. 18.3
Trading room and entrance arch. HABS.
Diazotype. Includes east elevation of entrance arch, stock exchange room reflected ceiling plan, north and south longitudinal sections and details looking toward north entrance. Materials compiled post-30 N. Lasalle Demolition. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
1971-1972 6
OP 6
Working drawings, set.
Blueprints. Bound album. Gift of John Vinci, 2011.
04/01/1893 1

COLUMBIA THEATER, CHICAGO, IL:
See HAVERLY'S THEATER, CHICAGO, IL.

CONDICT BUILDING:
See BAYARD BUILDING.

CRANE COMPANY OFFICE BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 213):
Box.FF 16.9
Perspective exterior view.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

DEIMEL, JOSEPH, RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 94):
Box.FF 16.9a
Exterior views.
Color photographs.
1994 2

DOOLY BLOCK, SALT LAKE CITY, UT (CR# 139):
Box.FF 16.10
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.10
Perspective rendering.
Black and white photograph. Gift of Department of Architecture, University of Utah.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.10
Detail of Adler and Sullivan signature in rendering listed above.
Black and white photograph. Gift of Department of Architecture, University of Utah.
n.d. 1
OP 3
Perspective exterior sketch.
Diazo reprographic print. Noted BRC "N.J. Tharp '91." Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1933. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
n.d. 1

EUSTON &CO. LINSEED OIL PLANT, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 201):
Box.FF 16.10a
Exterior views.
Color photographs.
1994 5

EDDY FAMILY MEMORIAL ENCLOSURE, DESIGN FOR THE, GLENWOOD CEMETERY, FLINT, MI (CR# 233):
See FARMERS AND MERCHANTS UNION BANK, COLUMBUS, WI.

ELIEL, MATHILDE, RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 96):
Box.FF 16.10b
Exterior views.
Color photographs.
1994 5

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS UNION BANK, COLUMBUS, WI (CR# 231):
Box.FF 16.11
Tallmadge, Thomas E. "The Farmers' and Merchants' Union Bank," Western Architect.
11 pages.
[07/1920?] 1
Box.FF 16.12
Miscellaneous correspondence and documents.
Photostats., bound. Includes letter from George G. Elmslie; "Note" by Louis H. Sullivan for a book; drawings and plans for Farmers' and Merchants' Bank; and drawings for the Mrs. Arthur J. Eddy Tomb (Flint, MI) and alterations and additions to H.C. Adams Building (Algona, IA). Gifts of George G. Elmslie and Hinman Kealy, 1941 and 1956, respectively. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
n.d. 1
Flatf. 18.4
Main entrance, shop drawings. American Terra Cotta and Ceramic Co.
Diazotype. Includes elevation and details.
1919 1

FELSENTHAL, ELI B., STORE, APARTMENT, OFFICE, AND LOFT FOR, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 216):
Box.FF 16.13
Perspective exterior view.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

GAGE BROTHERS & COMPANY, COMMERCIAL LOFT FOR, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 199):
aka GAGE BUILDING; GAGE GROUP BUILDINGS.
Box.FF 16.14
Exterior view.
Black and white photograph. Harold Allen, photographer.
n.d. 1

GARRICK THEATRE:
See SCHILLER BUILDING.

GETTY TOMB:
See GRACELAND CEMETERY, GETTY, CARRIE ELIZA, TOMB.

GRACELAND CEMETERY, GETTY, CARRIE ELIZA, TOMB, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 138):
Box.FF 16.15
Perspective exterior.
Black and white photograph. Ralph D. Cleveland, photographer.
1890 1
Box.FF 16.15
Perspective exterior.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

GRACELAND CEMETERY, RYERSON, MARTIN, TOMB, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 108):
Box.FF 22.12
Perspective exterior view.
Sepia photograph.
n.d. 1

GRAY, KINGMAN & COLLINS STORE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 59):
aka RYERSON BUILDING.
Box.FF 22.11b
Front exterior view.
Black and white photograph. Henry Fuermann, photographer. Duplicate print credited to J.W. Taylor in HALIC collection.
n.d. 1

GUARANTY BUILDING, BUFFALO, NY (CR# 186):
aka PRUDENTIAL BUILDING.
Box.FF 16.16
Exterior detail, building name on sign. Cyanotype print.
Gift of Richard Nickel, 1957.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 16.17
Bound album.
Ralph D. Cleveland, photographer (?). Includes eighteen exterior and interior photographs. Gift of F.W. Gookin.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 22.1
Bound album.
Includes with leasing brochure and sixteen exterior and interior photographs. 21 pages. Ralph D. Cleveland, photographer (?).
1896, n.d. 1

HALSTED, ANN, RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 29):
Flatf. 22.1a
Exterior views.
Color photograph.
1994 3

HARVEY, GEORGE M., RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 118):
Flatf. 22.1b
Exterior view.
Color photograph.
1994 1
Flatf. 22.1b
Digital images.
Compact disc. Includes color images of the Harvey residence prior to the fire in the autumn of 2006.
07/2006 1

HAVERLY'S THEATER, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 56):
aka COLUMBIA THEATHER
Flatf. 18.4
Main floor and balcony plan. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Gift of Elayne S. Orr via Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.1884 1

HOLY TRINITY RUSSIAN ORTHODOX GREEK CATHOLIC CHURCH AND RECTORY, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 203):
Box.FF 22.2a
"Welcome to the Orthodox Church."
Brochure.
1987 1
Box.FF 22.2a
Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral.
Printed card. Memorial prayercard for centennial celebration.
1992 1
Box.FF 22.15
"Holy Trinity Orthodox Church"
Brochure. A brochure with history and highlights of the Holy Trinity Church and Rectory.
c.2010 1
Box.FF 22.2a
"Tsar Nicholas, Nazis, Louis Sullivan, and a Little Chicago Church: the Crazy Story of St. Luke's Portrait of the Virgin Mary," thedailybeast.com.
Computer printout.
05/22/2018 1
Box.FF 22.2a
Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Cathedral.
Postcard.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 22.2a
Rendering of exterior.
Photomechanical print. From unidentified magazine source.
n.d. 1

HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION, NEWARK, OH (CR# 228):
Box.FF 22.2b
"Louis Sullivan's The Old Home Bank."
Printed papers. 23 pages of realty information.
c.2013 1

HOOLEY'S THEATER, 124 W. RANDOLPH ST., CHICAGO, IL (CR# 20):
aka, RKO GRAND THEATER; GRAND OPERA HOUSE; HOOLEY'S OPERA HOUSE.
Box.FF 22.2c
Interior view, auditorium from stage.
Black and white photograph. Chicago Architectural Photographing Co., photographer.
n.d. 2

ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD, 39TH STREET-OAKLAND PASSENGER STATION, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 91):
Flatf. 18.3
Architectural drawings. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Includes first floor plan, roof plan, cross section, longitudinal section, and east and west elevations. Gift of Thomas Heinz, 8/2010.
n.d. 7

ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD, NEW ORLEANS PASSENGER STATION, NEW ORLEANS, LA (CR# 156):
aka UNION STATION.
Flatf. 18.3
Elevation. Adler and Sullivan, architect.
Photomechanical print. on mylar. Cronaflex contact positive.
c.1891-1892 1
OP 3
Perspective exterior sketch, with first floor plan. Adler and Sullivan, architect.
Diazo reprographic print. Noted BRC "L. RASMUSSEN DEL." Plate from The Inland Architect and News Record 21, no. 5. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
c.1891-1892 1
Flatf. 18.3
Floorplans and renderings. Unidentified architect.
Blueprint. Includes first, second, third, and fourth floor plans as well as two unmarked plans. Renderings are of the proposed building and include both positive and negative prints. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
1926, n.d. 6
Flatf. 18.3
Plans. Unidentified architect.
Drawing. on tracing paper Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 2
Flatf. 59.8
Plans, elevations, sections, and details. Adler and Sullivan, architect.
Negative blueprint.
05/29/1891-07/08/1891 18
Exterior perspective rendering.
Postcard. Contains brief description of station on the back. Purchased by the Ryerson and Burnham Archives, 2018.
n.d. 1

INTER-STATE INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION BUILDING, CHICAGO OPERA FESTIVAL AUDITORIUM, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 69):
Box.FF 22.7
"The Opera Festival." The Chicago Tribune.
Photocopy.
03/01/1885 1
REST
"The Opera Festival." The Chicago Tribune.
THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED FROM PATRON USE. PATRONS ARE REQUESTED TO USE THE PHOTOCOPY IN BOX 16, FOLDER 23.
03/01/1885 1

KALAMAZOO OPERA HOUSE:
See ACADEMY OF MUSIC, KALAMAZOO, MI.

KAUFMANN BUILDING, CHICAGO IL (CR# 41):
Box.FF 22.2d
Exterior views.
Photographs.
1994 3

KEHILATH ANSHE MA'ARIV SYNAGOGUE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 128):
aka K.A.M. TEMPLE; PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH.
Box.FF 17.26
Exterior view.
Black and white photograph. Gift of Ward Miller in honor of Pastor Robert Vaughn, 2012.
c.1930s 1
Box.FF 22.3
Interior rendering.
Photomechanical print. From unidentified magazine source.
n.d. 1

LINDAUER, BENJAMIN, RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 77):
Box.FF 22.3a
Chimney piece, detail.
Black and white photograph. Gift of Jane Heron, 2009.
n.d. 1

LOEB, ADOLPH, FACTORY, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 112):
Flatf. 22.3b
Exterior views.
Color photographs.
1994 3

MANNHEIMER, LEON, RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 60):
Flatf. 22.3c
Exterior views.
Color photographs.
1994 2

MAXWELL, S.A., & COMPANY STORE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 11):
aka JEWELERS' BUILDING.
Box.FF 22.3d
"Historic Jewelers Building sold for more than $7 million, will be redeveloped as hotel," Chicago Tribune.
Computer printout.
04/30/2018 1

McVICKER'S THEATER (Remodeling), CHICAGO, IL (CR# 143):
Box.FF 22.4
Interior views.
Photomechanical prints. From unidentified magazine source.
n.d. 2
Flatf. 18.4
Longitudinal section.
Blueprint. Gift of Elayne S. Orr via Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 1

MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK, GRINNELL, IA (CR# 227):
aka POWESHIEK COUNTY NATIONAL BANK.
Box.FF 22.5
"The Brenton National Bank."
Brochure. Regarding the architecture of the building.
c.1980s 1
Box.FF 22.5
"Grinnell Sullivan Bank Building."
Brochure. Regarding the architecture of the building.
08/1993 1
Box.FF 22.5
"Merchants National Bank Building."
Trifold brochure. Regarding the history and the architecture of the building.
After 2004 1
Box.FF 22.5
"Merchants National Bank Building."
Single leaf brochure. Regarding the history and the architecture of the building. Anonymous gift, 2018.
After 2004 1
Box.FF 22.5
Exterior view.
Postcard.
n.d. 1

MORGENTHAU, BAULAND &Co., CHICAGO, IL (CR# 48):
Box.FF 22.5a
Exterior views.
Color photographs.
1994 2

NATIONAL FARMERS' BANK, OWATONNA, MN (CR# 217):
aka SECURITY BANK
Box.FF 22.6
"Rededication of the Security Bank & Trust Company, Owatonna, MN."
Brochure.
06/12/1958 1
REST
Security Bank & Trust Company, playing cards with box.
Realia. Cards and box depict National Farmers' Bank. Brown & Bigelow, manufacturer. Gift of Nathaniel Parks, 2017.
c.1950s-1960s 1
Box.FF 22.6
"Louis Sullivan 1856-1924 Bank Owatonna Minn - Architecture USA 18c" postage stamp.
Stamp. Depicts elevation of National Farmers' Bank. Gift of Nathaniel Parks, 2017.
[1981] 1
Box.FF 22.6
"Norwest Bank Owatonna, Owatonna, MN presents Architect Louis H. Sullivan's National Farmers' Bank Building."
Printed papers. Program with history of building.
After 1982 1
Box.FF 22.6
"Teller Wickets Returns Home."
Printed papers.
After 1982 1
Box.FF 22.6
"Owatonna to Celebrate Remodeling of Norwest Bank," The Owatonna Journal-Chronicle.
Newspaper. Special Edition of the newspaper full of articles relating to the National Farmers' Bank.
05/12/1997 1
Box.FF 22.6
"Louis H. Sullivan- National Farmers' Bank Building - An Architectural Symphony."
Printed papers. Program with history of building.
After 2009 1
Box.FF 22.6
"Owatonna Bank Building - About our historic building," Wells Fargo.
Brochure. Regarding the history and the architecture of the building. Anonymous gift, 2018.
2017 1
Box.FF 22.6
"2018 Calendar," Conrad Schmitt Studios, Inc.
Printed materials. Includes views of other midwestern buildings. Anonymous gift, 2018.
2018 1
Box.FF 22.6
"Louis H. Sullivan's National Farmers' Bank Building 1908 - An Architectural Symphony."
Brochure. Anonymous gift, 2018.
c.2010s 1
Box.FF 22.6
"National Farmers' Bank Building - Louis H. Sullivan's Jewel Box of the Prairie."
Brochure. Anonymous gift, 2018.
c.2010s 1
Box.FF 22.6
Exterior views.
Black and white photographs.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 22.6
Interior views.
Black and white photographs.
n.d. 6

NEW GERMAN OPERA HOUSE:
See SCHILLER BUILDING.

NEW ORLEANS PASSENGER STATION, ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD, NEW ORLEANS, LA:
See ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD, NEW ORLEANS PASSENGER STATION.

OAKLAND PASSENGER HOUSE FOR THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD:
See ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD, 39TH STREET-OAKLAND PASSENGER STATION.

PEOPLES SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION, SIDNEY, OH (CR# 229):
Box.FF 22.8
Exterior view.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK, CEDAR RAPIDS, IA (CR# 221):
PHOTOGRAPHS AND SLIDES.
Box.FF 23.9
Design and working drawings.
Negatives and photocopies. Reproductions of original Sullivan drawings. Includes floor plan, sections, details, and diagrams. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 13
Box.FF 22.9
Plan, exterior, interior views.
Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet file, 2009.
1911, n.d. 4
Box.FF 23.8
Exterior and interior views.
Slides. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 33
Box.FF 23.9
Exterior and interior views.
Negatives. Includes historical views and views of 1990s renovation. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 104
Box.FF 23.5
Exterior renovation views.
Photographs. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.1990s 102
Box.FF 23.6
Interior renovation views.
Photographs. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.1990s 103
Box.FF 23.10
"Historic Preservation Certification Application," loose images.
Photographs. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.1991 22
Box.FF 23.1
"Cedar Rapids LHS Research & On-Site Photos."
Negatives. Album as arranged by Wilbert R. Hasbrouck. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.1990s 77
Box.FF 23.2-3
"Cedar Rapids LHS Research & On-Site."
Photographs. Taken prior to and during the renovation; as arranged by Wilbert R. Hasbrouck. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.1990s 240
Box.FF 23.4
"Album" [2].
Photographs. Taken during the renovation; as arranged by Wilbert R. Hasbrouck. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.1990s 31
Box.FF 23.7
"Peoples Bank, Cedar Rapids, Raw Research," loose items.
Photographs and slides. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 41
MAPS, DRAWINGS, AND CALCULATIONS
See also: Box.FF 23.9
Flatf. 99.1 (OS)
Drawing #1A. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Survey of lot.
08/21/1909 1
Flatf. 99.1 (OS)
Drawing #15. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Section through east and west walls.
08/21/1909 1
Flatf. 99.1 (OS)
Drawing #16. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Section through front wall.
08/21/1909 1
Flatf. 99.1 (OS)
Drawing #17. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Section through money vault and mezzanine toilet.
08/21/1909 1
Flatf. 99.1 (OS)
Drawing #18. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Details of main ceiling light, etc..
08/21/1909 1
Flatf. 99.1 (OS)
Drawing #19. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Details of front partition, railing, etc..
08/21/1909 1
Flatf. 99.1 (OS)
Drawing #20. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Diagram of trim in consultation rooms.
08/21/1909 1
Flatf. 99.1 (OS)
Drawing #21. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Diagram of trim in directors room, etc..
08/21/1909 1
Flatf. 99.1 (OS)
Drawing #22. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Diagram of stairs.
08/21/1909 1
Flatf. 99.1 (OS)
Drawing #23. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Diagram of built-in seat and cheque writing desk, etc.
08/21/1909 1
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #A1. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Plan and details of foundation.
05/25/1910 1
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #A3. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Layout of reinforced concrete floor slab.
05/25/1910 1
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #A2. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprints. Plan of basement.
06/11/1910 3
Flatf. 18.2
Drawings #A2, 11. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprints. Includes basement plan and longitudinal section.
[06/11/1910], c.1909-1910 2
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #1. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprints. Plan of main floor.
07/14/1910 2
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #2. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Plan of ceiling.
07/14/1910 1
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #3. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Plan of roof.
07/14/1910 1
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #4. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. North and south elevations.
07/14/1910 1
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #5. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. East elevation.
07/14/1910 1
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #6. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. West elevation.
07/14/1910 1
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #7. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Transverse sections.
07/14/1910 1
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #8. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Longitudinal section looking east.
07/14/1910 1
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #9. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Longitudinal section looking west.
07/14/1910 1
Flatf. 99.3 (OS)
Drawing #27. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Iron diagram.
07/21/1910 1
Flatf. 99.3 (OS)
Drawing #28. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Terra cotta diagram.
07/21/1910 1
Flatf. 99.3 (OS)
Drawing #29. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Sill block.
07/21/1910 1
Flatf. 99.3 (OS)
Drawing #30. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprints. Terra cotta diagram.
07/21/1910 2
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #13. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprints. Details of brick-work.
07/28/1910 2
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #14. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprints. Details of brick-work.
07/28/1910 2
Flatf. 99.3 (OS)
Drawing #27A. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Cast iron coping for vent stacks.
07/28/1910 1
Flatf. 99.3 (OS)
Drawing #31. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Details of ornamental iron.
08/03/1910 1
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #15. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Details of fixtures in tellers compartments.
08/05/1910 1
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #16. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Details of grille work in front of vaults.
08/05/1910 1
Flatf. 99.3 (OS)
Drawing #32. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Details of grille in front of tellers quarters.
08/05/1910 1
Flatf. 99.3 (OS)
Drawing #22. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Details of ceiling lights.
08/16/1910 1
Flatf. 99.3 (OS)
Drawing #23. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Details of trim in entrance vestibule, women's room, etc.
08/17/1910 1
Flatf. 99.3 (OS)
Drawing #24. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Details of trim in south aisle and consultation room no. 2.
08/17/1910 1
Flatf. 99.3 (OS)
Drawing #25. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Details of trim in coupon rooms.
08/18/1910 1
Flatf. 99.2 (OS)
Drawing #12. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Transverse sections.
08/19/1910 1
Flatf. 99.3 (OS)
Drawing #26. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Details of trim in west aisle.
08/19/1910 1
Flatf. 99.3 (OS)
Drawing #35. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprints. Miscellaneous details.
08/20/1910 2
Flatf. 99.5 (OS)
Shop drawings, Northwestern Terra Cotta Co.
Blueprints.
08/1910, 03/1911, n.d. 7
Flatf. 99.6 (OS)
Shop drawings, Diebold Safe and Lock Co.
Blueprints.
09/1910, 11/1911 18
Flatf. 18.2
Drawing #36. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Diazotype. Full size details of ornamental cast iron jackets for structural columns.
[12/12/1910] 1
Flatf. 99.3 (OS)
Drawing #36. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Full size details of ornamental cast iron jackets for structural columns.
12/12/1910 1
Flatf. 99.4 (OS)
Drawing #A4. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprints. Details of re-enforced concrete vaults.
c.1909-1910 2
Flatf. 99.4 (OS)
Drawing #3A. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Roof framing plan.
c.1909-1910 1
Flatf. 99.4 (OS)
Drawing #10. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Longitudinal sections.
c.1909-1910 1
Flatf. 99.4 (OS)
Drawing #11. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprints. Longitudinal sections.
c.1909-1910 2
Flatf. 99.4 (OS)
Drawing #12. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Transverse sections.
c.1909-1910 1
Flatf. 99.4 (OS)
Drawing #17. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Details of trim in men's room.
c.1909-1910 1
Flatf. 99.4 (OS)
Drawing #18. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Details of trim in consultation room no. 1.
c.1909-1910 1
Flatf. 99.4 (OS)
Drawing #19. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprints. Details of trim in officers quarters.
c.1909-1910 2
Flatf. 99.4 (OS)
Drawing #20. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprints. Details of trim in toilet no. 1.
c.1909-1910 2
Flatf. 99.4 (OS)
Drawing #21. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprints. Details of trim in toilet no. 2.
c.1909-1910 2
Flatf. 99.4 (OS)
Drawing #33. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Diagram of tile and cement floors on main floor.
c.1909-1910 1
Flatf. 14.3
Drawings. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Includes floorplan as well as various elevations, sections, and details. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.1911 2
Flatf. 99.7 (OS)
Advanced preliminary drawing; A. Moorman & Co., architect.
Diazotype. Plan and renderings.
05/06/1949 1
Flatf. 99.7 (OS)
Advanced preliminary drawing; A. Moorman & Co., architect.
Diazotype. First floor plan.
06/08/1949 1
Flatf. 99.7 (OS)
Design drawing; A. Moorman & Co., architect.
Diazotype. First floor plan.
07/29/1949 1
Flatf. 99.7 (OS)
Addition, working drawings; Norman Hatton, architect.
Diazotypes. Site plans.
08/1950-11/1950 11
Flatf. 18.2
Renovation drawings. Benjamin H. Sadler, architect.
Blueprints. Includes plans, elevations, sections and details.
c.1950s [?] 7
Flatf. 99.7 (OS)
Proposed addition and alterations; Perry C. Langston, architect.
Diazotype. First, 2nd, basement floor plans.
07/30/1958-08/12/1958 3
Flatf. 99.7 (OS)
[Proposed addition and alterations; Perry C. Langston, architect].
Architectural reprographic print. First floor framing plan.
[1958] 1
Flatf. 99.7 (OS)
Farm and Trust Depts. Unidentified architect.
Diazotype. Plan existing bank lobby.
02/24/1960 1
Flatf. 18.2
Restoration drawings. Hasbrouck Petersen Associates.
Diazotypes. Includes demolition and restoration floorplans, sections, elevations and details from the 1991 Hasbrouck renovation. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
1990, c.1990s 31
Flatf. 18.2
Restoration drawings. OPN Architects.
Diazotypes.
c.1990s 8
Flatf. 14.3
Plans for Demolition and Renovation.
Diazotype. Includes plans and details for the 1991 renovation of the Peoples Bank. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.1991 39
Flatf. 14.3
Sketches, Drawing and Plans.
Drawings. on paper Includes plans, details, sketches and drawings for the 1991 renovation of the Peoples Bank. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.1991 116
Flatf. 18.2
Renovation drawings. Unidentified architect.
Blueprints. Includes elevation and details.
n.d. 2
Flatf. 99.7 (OS)
Basement room remodel, design drawings; Crites and Peiffer, architect.
Diazotype.
n.d. 1
Flatf. 99.7 (OS)
First floor plan, design drawing; Lane & Lane, architect.
Blueprint.
n.d. 1
Flatf. 99.7 (OS)
Renovation drawings. Unidentified architect.
Blueprints., diazotypes. and graphite on paper and vellum drawings. Site and floor plans; elevations; rendering; entrance plan, elevation and section.
n.d. 7
Flatf. 99.7 (OS)
Shop drawing. Chicago Ornamental Iron Co.
Blueprint. Includes plans, elevations, details, and sections for counter screen. Order no. 158, sheet 19.
03/07/1911 1
Flatf. 99.7 (OS)
Shop drawing. Northwestern Marble & Tile Co.
Blueprint. Includes floor plan and sections of door jambs, counter, and deal plate. Job no. 10223.
02/23/1911 1
PROJECT PAPERS
Box.FF 24.2
"Appraisal of Architectural Artifacts."
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
02/20/1989 1
Box.FF 25.3
Correspondence.
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
02/20/1989-04/09/1992 52
Box.FF 24.3
"Comprehensive Master Conservation Plan."
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
02/1990 2
Box.FF 25.2
Project notes.
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.02/1990-05/1991 61
Box.FF 24.4-5
"Restoration Work Procedures."
Includes two drafts as well as final specifications. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
06/1990 142
Box.FF 24.5
"Restoration Work Procedures, Addendums."
Addendum no. 1 and no. 2 to Restoration Work Procedures. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
07/1990 35
Box.FF 24.6
A.D. Holst Roofing and Sheet Metal, Inc., submittals.
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
09/07/1990 23
Box.FF 25.5
"Analysis of columns and indirect lighting fixtures in the Main Lobby of the Cedar Rapids Bank."
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
12/14/1990 6
Box.FF 25.1
Restoration meeting minutes.
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
12/21/1990-05/24/1991 68
Box.FF 24.1
"Basic Research for Appraisal."
Contains correspondence, notes, articles, and photographs as arranged by Wilbert R. Hasbrouck for his February 1989 appraisal of the building. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.1990 125
Box.FF 25.5
"Underground Parking Garage Feasibility Study."
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
01/23/1991 1
Box.FF 25.4
Schedules and product catalogs.
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.1991 42
Box.FF 25.5
Henry G. Zimoch profile.
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 25.6
"Peoples Bank, Cedar Rapids, Raw Research."
Wilbert R. Hasbrouck Includes notes, correspondence, contact information, articles, and photographs of the Peoples Bank, as arranged by Wilbert R. Hasbrouck. Photographs have been removed and can be found in the "Photographs and Slides" sub-section above. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 99
REST
Decorative metalwork fragments.
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 5
REST
Paint samples and chips.
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.1991 2
REST
Tile samples.
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d 41
FINANCIAL AND LEGAL PAPERS
Box.FF 25.7
"Invoice for Cedar Rapids Restoration."
Invoice from Wieland & Associates to Reinderknecht Associates, Inc for the Cedar Rapids Bank Restoration. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
12/1991 3
Box.FF 25.7
Invoice.
Document in regards to financial and legal proceedings following the Peoples Bank restoration project. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
07/27/1992 6
PRINTED PAPERS
Box.FF 22.9
"The Peoples Savings Bank, Cedar Rapids, Iowa," The Bankers Magazine. Reprint.
Gift of Homer Grant Sailor, 1972.
1912 [?] 1
Box.FF 25.8
Postcard.
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 25.8
"The Peoples Savings Bank, Cedar Rapids, Iowa," The Bankers Magazine. Reprint.
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
1912 1
Box.FF 25.8
The Beginning of an Era for The Peoples Savings Bank of Cedar Rapids.
Reprint of "The People's Savings Bank of Cedar Rapids, Iowa" from The Architectural Record, January 1912 and "The Peoples Savings Bank, Cedar Rapids, Iowa" from The Bankers Magazine, 1912. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 25.8
"More Boosts for our Original Architecture."
Newsprint. Newspaper unknown. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 25.8
"New Bank is Model of Beauty and Convenience: People's Savings Now Ready for Business," The Cedar Rapids Evening Gazette September 7, 1911.
Photocopy. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
9/7/1911 5
Box.FF 25.8
"Our 35th Birthday."
Newspaper clipping. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
1935 1
Box.FF 25.8
"Drawing Depicts Two-Story Addition Planned by People's Bank," The Cedar Rapids Gazette October 24, 1965.
Newsprint. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
10/25/1965 1
Box.FF 25.8
"Peoples Bank Structure Unique," Northwestern Banker November 1966.
Magazine. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
11/1966 1
Box.FF 25.8
"Upward Look Required," The Cedar Rapids Gazette November 7, 1976.
Newsprint. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
11/7/1976 1
Box.FF 25.8
"Peoples Bank to Add to Building," Cedar Rapids Gazette June 25, 1978.
Newsprint. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
6/25/1978 1
Box.FF 25.8
"Two Cheers for College Football," Des Moines Sunday Register September 9, 1990.
Photocopy. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
9/9/1990 2
Box.FF 25.8
"Renovation Draws Interest to Landmark Bank," Des Moines Sunday Register September 9, 1990.
Newspaper and photocopy. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
9/9/1990 3
Box.FF 25.9
Peoples Bank: The First 75 Years.
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
11/1978 1
Box.FF 25.10
Peoples Bank: The First 75 Years, draft.
Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
11/1978 172
Box.FF 22.9
"Norwest Bank Iowa, N. A. presents a restoration of Louis H. Sullivan's Cedar Rapids, Iowa Bank Building."
Brochure.
c.1990s 1
POST-RENOVATION PAPERS
Box.FF 26.1
"Historic Preservation Certification Application."
Part 2-Description of Rehabilitation of Historic Preservation Certification Application for the renovation of the Peoples Savings Bank. Includes description and illustrative photographs of Hasbrouck Peterson Zimoch Sirirattumrong renovation of the Peoples Savings Bank. Loose photographs removed and placed in photographs sub-series of this collection. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
c.1991 50
Box.FF 26.2
American Institute of Architects 1992, Honor Awards entry.
Includes description and illustrative photographs of Hasbrouck Peterson Zimoch Sirirattumrong renovation of the Peoples Savings Bank. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
1992 24
Box.FF 26.3
"LHS-Cedar Rapids Slide Show Plus."
Includes 165 slides and 31 pages of notes and other materials for a slide show presented by Wilber Hasbrouck about his renovation of the Peoples Bank. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
2006 196
Box.FF 26.4
Flood assessment.
Correspondence and notes regarding a 2008 flood of the original Peoples Bank in Cedar Rapids. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
2008 27
AUDIO/VISUAL MATERIALS
REST
"Peoples Savings Bank-CDR RPDS."
VHS. Gift of Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
12/1989 1

POWESHIEK COUNTY NATIONAL BANK:
See MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK.

PRUDENTIAL BUILDING:
See GUARANTY BUILDING.

PUEBLO GRAND OPERA HOUSE, PUEBLO, CO (CR# 116):
aka OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
OP 3
Perspective exterior sketch.
Diazo reprographic print. Initialed BLC "J. B." Gift of George Grant Elmslie, n.d. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
n.d. 1
Flatf. 18.4
Longitudinal section. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Gift of Elayne S. Orr via Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 1

PURDUE STATE BANK, WEST LAFAYETTE, IN (CR# 226):
Box.FF 22.10
Perspective exterior view.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 22.10
Exterior view, side view.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 22.10
Exterior detail of ornament.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

ROSENFELD BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 13):
Box.FF 22.11a
Unidentified fragment, detail.
Black and white photograph. Gift of Jane Heron, 2009.
n.d. 1

ROTHSCHILD, E., & BROTHERS STORE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 10):
Flatf. 59.4
Floor plans.
Diazotype. Gift of Ward Miller. Identification as Rothschild building is unconfirmed. Drawing may be of a different building.
c.1920s-1950s [?] 6

RYERSON, MARTIN, TOMB, GRACELAND CEMETERY, CHICAGO, IL:
See GRACELAND CEMETERY, RYERSON, MARTIN, TOMB.

SAINT PAUL'S METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, CEDAR RAPIDS, IA (CR# 222):
Box.FF 22.13
Visitor's guide.
Printed papers. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Pamphlet file, 2009.
1978 2
Box.FF 22.13
"St. Paul's United Methodist Church - The First 175 Years, 1839-2014."
Book and brochure. Self-published by church. 79 pages. Anonymous gift, 2018.
2016 2
Box.FF 22.13
Main floor plan.
Photomechanical print. From unknown source.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 22.13
Upper and lower floor plans. Photomechanical print. From unknown magazine source.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 22.13
Rendering of perspective exterior.
Photomechanical print. From unknown magazine source.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 22.13
Perspective exterior view.
Photomechanical print. From unknown source.
n.d. 1

SAINT JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, OCEAN SPRINGS, MS (CR# 222):
Box.FF 22.13a
"Saint John's Episcopal Church."
Brochure.
c. 1960s 1

SCHILLER BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 141):
aka GARRICK THEATRE; NEW GERMAN OPERA HOUSE
Box.FF 17.1
Perspective exterior rendering.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.1
Perspective exterior view.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.1
Exterior detail, top of tower, Architecture Magazine.
AIC neg. E18963.
n.d. 2
Portf. 3
Floor plans, first to fifteenth floors. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Hectograph prints. Gift of Gordon D. Orr.
n.d. 15
Flatf. 18.4
Longitudinal section. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Gift of Elayne S. Orr via Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 1
Flatf. 18.4
Floor plans, first to seventeenth floors. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Diazotype. Gift of Elayne S. Orr via Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 15

SCHLESINGER & MAYER STORE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 198)
See: CARSON PIRIE SCOTT AND COMPANY STORE.

SEATTLE OPERA HOUSE BUILDING, SEATTLE, WA (CR# 134):
aka OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
OP 3
Perspective exterior sketch.
Diazo reprographic print. BRC "INLAND ARCHITECT PRESS." Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
n.d. 1
Flatf. 18.4
Longitudinal section. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Gift of Elayne S. Orr via Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 1
Flatf. 18.4
Plan of second floor. Adler and Sullivan, architects.
Blueprint. Gift of Elayne S. Orr via Wilbert R. Hasbrouck.
n.d. 1

SECURITY BANK:
See NATIONAL FARMERS' BANK.

SIGMA PHI FRATERNITY HOUSE:
See BRADLEY, JOSEPHINE CRANE, RESIDENCE.

STANDARD CLUB, THE (ADDITION) CHICAGO, IL (CR# 107):
Box.FF 17.2
Side exterior view.
Black and white photograph., mounted. Gift of Richard Nickel, 1957.
n.d. 1

STANDARD ELEVATOR FACTORY, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 145):
Box.FF 17.2a
Exterior views.
Color photographs.
1994 3

STOCK EXCHANGE BUILDING:
See CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BUILDING.

SULLIVAN, ALBERT W., RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 153):
Box.FF 17.3
Front exterior view.
Black and white photograph. A.H. Hall, photographer.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 17.3
Front exterior views.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 3

TRANSPORTATION BUILDING, WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, IL:
See: WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, TRANSPORTATION BUILDING

TROESCHER, ANTON, COMMERCIAL LOFT FOR, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 61):
aka DAILY TIMES BUILDING; TROESCHER, A.F., BUILDING.
Box.FF 17.5
Exterior views.
Black and white photographs. Robert C. Florian, photographer.
06/1948 19
Box.FF 17.5
Interior views.
Black and white photographs. Robert C. Florian, photographer.
06/1948 2

UNION STATION, ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD, NEW ORLEANS, LA:
See ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD, NEW ORLEANS PASSENGER STATION.

UNION TRUST BUILDING, SAINT LOUIS, MO (CR# 164):
Box.FF 17.6
Exterior detail, entrance.
Photomechanical print. From unidentified magazine source.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.6
Detail of entrance and lower four floors, The American Architect and Building News, no. 1041.
Photomechanical prints.
12/07/1895 2
OP 3
Perspective exterior sketch.
Diazo reprographic print. Noted BRC "L. Rasmussen del." Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
n.d. 1

VICTORIA HOTEL, CHICAGO HEIGHTS, IL (CR# 166):
OP 3
Exterior perspective sketch.
Diazo reprographic print. Initialed BRC "L. R." Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
n.d. 1
Exterior perspective rendering.
Postcard. Purchased by the Ryerson and Burnham Archives, 2018.
n.d. 1

WAINWRIGHT BUILDING, SAINT LOUIS, MO (CR# 142):
Box.FF 17.7
Exterior view.
Black and white photograph. Chicago Architectural Photographing Company, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.7
The Wainwright Building.
Includes perspective rendering, rental information, and floor plans. Gift of Richard Nickel, 1956. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
n.d. 1
OP 3
Perspective exterior sketch.
Diazo reprographic print. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
n.d. 1

WAINWRIGHT, CHARLOTTE DICKSON, TOMB, BELLEFONTAINE CEMETERY, SAINT LOUIS, MO:
See BELLEFONTAINE CEMETERY, WAINWRIGHT, CHARLOTTE DICKSON, TOMB

WALKER, JAMES H., & COMPANY STORE AND WAREHOUSE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 109):
OP 3
Perspective exterior sketch.
Diazo reprographic print. Noted BLC "H. T. Hazleton." Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
n.d. 1

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, TRANSPORTATION BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 144):
OP 1
Exterior view, eastern entrance. Helio-chrome print. Plate from The American Architect and Building News, no. 887
Helio-chrome print.
12/24/1892 1
Box.FF 17.4
Exterior view, with lagoon in foreground.
Black and white photograph.
[c.1893] 1
Box.FF 17.4
Exterior rendering; with photograph of completed entrance mounted onto image.
Photogravure. and black and white photograph. Gift of Richard Nickel, 1957.
[c.1893] 1
OP 3
Main entrance sketch.
Diazo reprographic print. Noted BRC "L. RASMUSSEN DEL." Plate from The Inland Architect and News Record 21, no. 5. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001.
[c.2-7/1893] 1

WOLF, SAYER, &HELLER WAREHOUSE, CHICAGO , IL, 1893 (CR# 172):
Box.FF 17.8
Exterior views.
Color photographs.
1994 3

ZION TEMPLE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 70):
Box.FF 17.8a
Interior views.
Postcards. Gift of A. Irma Cohon, 1974. AIC neg. E17739.
c.1919 4
OP 1
Chart showing the cost of buildings, 1879-1895.
Printed papers. Gift of George Grant Elmslie, 1941. Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Summer 2001.
1879-1895 1

VARIOUS PROJECTS:
Box.FF 17.8b
Contact sheet and correspondence regarding Sullivan fragments.
Black and white contact sheet and TLS. Includes letter from Tim Samuelson to Heron and views of fragments from: Adler Residence, Chicago Stock Exchange Building, Felsenthal Residence, Garrick Theater, Kohn Residence, Lindauer Residence, Rubel Residence, and Stern Residence Gift of Jane Heron, 2009.
1981, n.d. 3

UNIDENTIFIED:
Box.FF 17.8b
Unidentified fragment, detail.
Black and white photograph. Gift of Jane Heron, 2009.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.8b
Exterior views.
Color photographs. Views of "Erotic Warehouse" on Randolph St. in West Loop.
1994 4


STUDENT DRAWINGS BY LOUIS H. SULLIVAN:
N.B. Original drawings are held in the Department of Architecture.
STUDENT DRAWINGS AFTER RUPRICH-ROBERT, FLOREORNAMENTALE (FIRST PUBLISHED IN 1866)
Box.FF 17.9
Fleurs (plate 93): 1. Liriodendron tulipifera, 2. Mahonia aquifolium.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38730.
c.1875 1
Box.FF 17.9
Compositions, Ajustement (plate 105): 1. Viscum album, 2. Platycodon grandiflorum.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38736.
c.1875 1
Box.FF 17.9
Compositions, Ajustement (plate 108): 1. Oenothera macrocarpa, 2. Cinchona calysaya.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38737.
c.1875 1
Box.FF 17.9
Compositions, Ajustement (plate 111): 1. Fuchsia hybrida, 2. Gentiana lutea,3. Sciadophyllum pulchrum.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. 38733.
c.1875 1
Box.FF 17.9
Compositions, Rosace (plate 117): Sedum acre.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38732.
c.1875 1
Box.FF 17.9
Compositions, Rosace (plate 118): Lychnis sylvestris.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38729.
c.1875 1
Box.FF 17.10
Compositions, Rosace (plate 119): 1. Solanum tuberosum, 2. Liriodendron tulipifera.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38731.
c.1875 1
Box.FF 17.10
Compositions (plate 124): 1. Bas-Relief; Myristica moschata, 2. Ajustement; Petunia nyctaginiflora.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38728.
c.1875 1
Box.FF 17.10
Compositions, Bas-Relief (plate 125): Tropoeolum majus.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38734.
c.1875 1
Box.FF 17.10
Compositions, Bas-Relief (plate 126): 1. Avena sativa (Avoine cultivee), 2. Bryophyllum calycinum, 3. Alsine media.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38735.
c.1875 1
Box.FF 17.10
Compositions (plate 139): Entablement (elevation study of an entablature).
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38738.
c.1875 1
Box.FF 17.10
[Composite ornament, inspired by several plates (see plates 74, 78, and 88).]
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38727.
c.1875 1

STUDENT DRAWINGS AFTER A FRENCH EDITION OFVIGNOLA
Box.FF 17.11
Study of a Variant Doric Order,Ordre Dorique Mutulaire de J. Barrozzio de Vignole.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38725.
c.1875 1
Box.FF 17.11
Study of a Doric Order, Piedestal, Base, Chapiteu et Entablement Dorique Vignole.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38726.
c.1875 1
Box.FF 17.11
Study of a Tuscan Order, Piedestal, Base, Chapiteau et Entablement Toscan Vignole.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38724.
c.1875 1
Box.FF 17.11
Study of Detail of a Classical Frieze and Entablature.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38723.
c.1875 1

STUDENT DRAWINGS:
Box.FF 17.12
After Moniteur des Architectes (1870). Une rampe en fer forgé (plate 27). M. Magne Architecte.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38722.
c.1880 1
Box.FF 17.12
Moniteur des Architectes (1870). Une rampe en fer forgé (plate 27). M. Magne Architecte.
Photocopy.
c.1880 1
Box.FF 17.13
Unidentified study.
Black and white copy photograph. Gift of Earl H. Reed. AIC neg. C38687.
10/19/1885 1

ARCHITECTURAL OR ORNAMENTAL DESIGNS BY LOUIS H. SULLIVAN:
Box.FF 17.14
Mercantile Club Building, St. Louis, MO. Rendering.
Photomechanical print. AIC neg. E8992.
[c.1891] 2
Box.FF 17.14
Tall building (probably at NE corner of Olive and 8th Sts., St. Louis, MO). Rendering.
Cyanotype. Gift of Richard Nickel, 1957 AIC neg. E8990.
[c.1892?] 1
Box.FF 17.14
Coliseum, St. Louis, MO. Rendering.
Black and white copy photograph., mounted on board. Gift of Richard Nickel, 1957. AIC neg. E15853.
[c.1897?] 1
Box.FF 17.14
Island City (Petty's Island) Amusement Park, Philadelphia, PA. Rendering.
Photostat., mounted on paper. Gift of Richard Nickel, 1957. AIC neg. E13852.
[c.1907?] 1
Box.FF 17.14
Building façade. Rendering from Architectural Record 33, p. 570.
Black and white photograph.
[c.1/1913] 1
Box.FF 17.14
Design for screen for Andrew O'Connor, sculptor.
Photostat. Made by Richard Nickel of drawing in collections of University of Michigan. AIC neg. E13857.
[c.1922] 1
Box.FF 17.14
Mosaic floor design.
Color photographs. of color transparencies.
[c.1950?] 4
REST
Mosaic floor design. Color transparencies.
Color transparencies. THESE ITEMS ARE RESTRICTED FROM PATRON USE. SURROGATE COPIES AVAILABLE IN SERIES IV, BOX.FF 17.11.
[c.1950?] 4
Box.FF 17.14
Building façade with terracotta ornament by Louis H. Sullivan(?). Mayfield at 5853 W. Division St.
Black and white photograph. Richard Nickel, photographer. Gift of Richard Nickel, 1955.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.14
Tall building (arches on first floor). Rendering.
Cyanotype. Gift of Richard Nickel, 1957. AIC neg. E8989.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.15
Portrait of Richard Morris Hunt with frame designed by Louis H. Sullivan, published in Inland Architect 26, no. 1.
Black and white photograph. Gift of Richard Nickel, 1957. AIC neg. E27660.
08/1895 1
Box.FF 17.15
Winner's medal design for Northern Oratorical League annual competition, University of Michigan Alumni Association.
Printed papers.
[c.1895?] 2
Box.FF 17.15
International: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine: cover design.
Gift of Richard Nickel, 1957. AIC neg. E13854.
[c.1896-1897] 1
Box.FF 17.15
Music: cover design.
09/1899 1
Box.FF 17.15
"The Christmas Spirit of Joy," drawing for Common Clay magazine.
Printed papers. Reprinted as a limited edition card. AIC neg. E13855.
[c.1923] 1
Box.FF 17.15
"Christmas Spirit of Joy."
Printed papers. Christmas card from American Terra Cotta and Ceramic Co., published as insert in Common Clay. Card incorporates Louis H. Sullivan design from wooden screen in door from Auditorium Hotel. AIC neg. E27494.
12/1923 1

DRAWINGS (NEITHER ARCHITECTURAL NOR ORNAMENTAL) BY LOUIS H. SULLIVAN:
Original drawings are held in the Department of Architecture.
Box.FF 17.16
Drawing for Grandmother.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C37198.
1867 1
Box.FF 17.16
Landscape: Faces..
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38708.
1874 1
Box.FF 17.17
An Interior Scene.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38709.
1875 1
Box.FF 17.17
Men with Opera Glasses.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38700.
02/27/1875 1
Box.FF 17.17
Two Stout Musicians.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38705.
02/28/1875 1
Box.FF 17.17
A Woman Lighting a Cigarette.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38702.
03/06/1875 1
Box.FF 17.17
Woman Wiping a Dish.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38710.
03/08/1875 1
Box.FF 17.17
A Painter and His Model.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38692.
03/29/1875 1
Box.FF 17.18
Woman's Head in Profile.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38711.
1876 1
Box.FF 17.19
Study of A Muscle.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38589.
12/02/1877 1
Box.FF 17.19
Study of A Muscle.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38589.
12/11/1877 1
Box.FF 17.19
Study of A Muscle.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38577.
12/15/1877 1
Box.FF 17.19
Study of A Muscle.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38577.
12/23/1877 1
Box.FF 17.19
A Grotesque Head in Profile.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38693.
12/25/1877 1
Box.FF 17.19
An Academic Nude.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38576.
12/26/1877 1
Box.FF 17.20
A Grotesque Head.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38491.
01/206/1878 1
Box.FF 17.20
A Grotesque Head.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38489.
01/28/1878 1
Box.FF 17.20
A Grotesque Head.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38487.
01/29/1878 1
Box.FF 17.20
A Grotesque Head.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38488.
01/30/1878 1
Box.FF 17.20
A Grotesque Head.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38490.
02/06/1878 1
Portf. 1
Map of Africa.
13 3/4″ x 10 1/4″, matted to 17″ x 16″Graphite, ink, and watercolor drawing. on paper. Original drawing by Louis H. Sullivan, signed.
04/25/1878 1
Box.FF 17.20
Head of An Animal.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. C38690.
02/27/1878 1
Box.FF 17.20
A Face in Profile.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38707.
11/02/1878 1
Box.FF 17.21
An Academic Nude..
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38704.
01/20/1879 1
Box.FF 17.21
A Grotesque Face.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38699.
02/24/1879 1
Box.FF 17.21
A Philosopher.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38694.
04/03/1879 1
Box.FF 17.21
An Academic Nude.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38584.
04/10/1879 1
Box.FF 17.21
A Michelangelesque Figure.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38583.
04/20/1879 1
Box.FF 17.21
A Face.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38591.
05/20/1879 1
Box.FF 17.21
An Academic Figure.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38570.
09/28/1879 1
Box.FF 17.21
An Academic Figure.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38581.
10/19/1879 1
Box.FF 17.21
An Academic Nude.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38574.
12/22/1879 1
Box.FF 17.21
An Academic Nude.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38575.
12/23/1879 1
Box.FF 17.21
An Academic Nude.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38587.
12/25/1879 1
Box.FF 17.22
An Academic Nude.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38586.
02/08/1880 1
Box.FF 17.22
An Academic Nude.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38689.
03/10/1880 1
Box.FF 17.22
An Academic Nude with Child.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38579.
03/14/1880 1
Box.FF 17.22
An Academic Nude with Child.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38695.
04/03/1880 1
Box.FF 17.22
A Satyr and Urn.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38588.
04/07/1880 1
Box.FF 17.22
John H. Edelmann.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38486.
11/17/1880 1
Box.FF 17.22
John H. Edelmann.
Graphite on paper. Original sketch by Louis H. Sullivan. Black and white photographic copy also available.
11/17/1880 1
Box.FF 17.22
A Man's Head in Profile.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38706.
11/29/1880 1
Box.FF 17.23
An Academic Figure.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38580.
02/27/1881 1
Box.FF 17.23
Figures: Ornament.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38582.
03/23/1881 1
Box.FF 17.23
Figures: Ornament (on verso of drawing above).
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38590.
03/23/1881 1
Box.FF 17.24
A Man's Head in Profile.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38703.
08/06/1884 1
Box.FF 17.24
A Hand Grasping a Leaf.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38688.
07/20/1885 1
Box.FF 17.24
An Academic Nude.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38572.
08/30/1885 1
Box.FF 17.24
A Man's Head in Profile.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38701.
09/20/1885 1
Box.FF 17.24
A Woman's Head.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38698.
09/20/1885 1
Box.FF 17.24
A Man's Head in Profile.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38697.
12/06/1885 1
Box.FF 17.25
Academic Figure.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38585.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.25
Academic Figure.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38578.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.25
A Female Flying Figure.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38691.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.25
Map of Maine.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38594.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.25
Nude Figure Grasping a Tree Limb.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38571.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.25
Renaissance Figure From the Rear.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38573.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.25
Sketch of young woman.
Photoemechnical print. From unidentified magazine source. AIC neg. E27495.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 17.25
Studies of Heads.
Black and white copy photograph. AIC neg. C38696.
n.d. 1






LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES V: INSTITUTE OF DESIGN / RICHARD NICKEL PHOTOGRAPH COLLECTION



ADAMS, H.C., LAND AND LOAN OFFICE, ALGONA, IA (CR# 225):
Box.FF 18.1
Exterior view.
n.d. 1

ADLER, DANKMAR, RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 79):
Box.FF 18.2
Exterior detail.
Aaron Siskind, photographer (?).
n.d. 1

AUDITORIUM BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 101):
Box.FF 18.3
Exterior view, from Grant Park.
Leon Lewandowski, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.3
Exterior views.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 18.3
Exterior views.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 18.3
Exterior details.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 18.4
Interior views.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 18.4
Interior details.
n.d. 4
Box.FF 18.4
Ornament detail.
Paul Hassel, photographer.
n.d. 1

AURORA WATCH COMPANY FACTORY, AURORA, IL (CR# 36):
Box.FF 18.5
Exterior.
Gift of Richard Nickel, 1956.
n.d. 1

BABSON, HENRY B., RESIDENCE, RIVERSIDE, IL (CR# 219):
Box.FF 18.6
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.6
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1

BARBE, MARTIN, RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 47):
Box.FF 18.7
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.7
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1

BAYARD BUILDING, NEW YORK, NY (CR# 195):
aka CONDICT BUILDING.
Box.FF 18.8
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.8
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1

BELLEFONTAINE CEMETERY, WAINWRIGHT, CHARLOTTE DICKSON, TOMB, SAINT LOUIS, MO:
Box.FF 19.19
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 19.19
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1

BLUMENFELD, SOLOMON, BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 43):
Box.FF 18.9
Exterior view.
n.d. 1

BRADLEY, HAROLD AND JOSEPHINE, RESIDENCE, MADISON, WI (CR# 220):
aka UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, SIGMA PHI FRATERNITY HOUSE.
Box.FF 18.10
Exterior view.
Leon Lewandowski, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.10
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.10
Exterior details
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.10
Interior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.10
Interior detail.
n.d. 1

BRUNSWICK, J.M., & BALKE COMPANY PLANT, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 15):
Box.FF 18.11
Exterior view.
Aaron Siskind, photographer (?).
n.d. 1

CARSON PIRIE SCOTT AND COMPANY STORE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 198):
aka SCHLESINGER & MAYER STORE.
Box.FF 18.12
Exterior view.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.12
Exterior view.
Len Gittleman, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.12
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.12
Exterior detail.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
09/1956 1
Box.FF 18.12
Exterior details.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 18.12
Exterior detail.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 18.12
Exterior detail.
Len Gittleman, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.12
Interior view.
n.d. 1

CHARNLEY, JAMES, RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 151):
Box.FF 18.13
Exterior view.
n.d. 1

CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 179):
Box.FF 18.14
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.14
Exterior detail.
Aso Doi, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.14
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.14
Exterior detail.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.14
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.14
Interior details.
n.d. 2

CONDICT BUILDING:
See BAYARD BUILDING.

DEXTER, WIRT, COMMERCIAL LOFT FOR, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 105):
aka WIRT DEXTER BUILDING.
Box.FF 19.21
Exterior view.
n.d. 1

DOOLY BLOCK, SALT LAKE CITY, UT (CR# 139):
Box.FF 18.15
Exterior view.
n.d. 1

EUSTON & COMPANY LINSEED OIL PLANT, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 201):
aka RIVERSIDE SEED AND CLEANING COMPANY.
Box.FF 18.16
Exterior detail.
Richard Nickel, photographer. See also Box 18, Folder 17
1955 1
Box.FF 18.17
Exterior detail.
See also Box 18, Folder 16
n.d. 1

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS UNION BANK, COLUMBUS, WI (CR# 231):
Box.FF 18.18
Exterior details.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 18.18
Interior views.
n.d. 2

FELSENTHAL, ELI B., STORE, APARTMENT, OFFICE, AND LOFT FOR, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 216):
Box.FF 18.19
Exterior view.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
n.d. 1

GAGE, A.S., & COMPANY STORE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 12):
aka REVELL BUILDING; RYERSON BLOCK.
Box.FF 19.1
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1

GAGE BROTHERS & COMPANY, COMMERCIAL LOFT FOR, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 199):
aka GAGE BUILDING; GAGE GROUP BUILDINGS.
Box.FF 18.20
Exterior view.
n.d. 1

GARRICK THEATRE:
See SCHILLER BUILDING.

GETTY TOMB:
See GRACELAND CEMETERY, GETTY, CARRIE ELIZA, TOMB.

GRACELAND CEMETERY, GETTY, CARRIE ELIZABETH, TOMB, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 138):
Box.FF 18.21
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.21
Exterior detail.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
n.d. 1

GRACELAND CEMETERY, RYERSON, MARTIN, TOMB, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 108):
Box.FF 19.5
Exterior view.
n.d. 1

GRACELAND CEMETERY, SULLIVAN, LOUIS H., TOMBSTONE, CHICAGO, IL:
Box.FF 19.14
Front view.
Richard Nickel, photographer (?).
c.1955 1
Box.FF 19.14
Rear view.
n.d. 1

GUARANTY BUILDING, BUFFALO, NY (CR# 186):
aka PRUDENTIAL BUILDING.
Box.FF 18.22
Exterior view.
Len Gittleman, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.22
Exterior details.
Len Gittleman, photographer.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 18.22
Interior detail. Len Gittleman, photographer.
n.d. 1

HALSTED, ANN, ROW HOUSES FOR, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 49):
Box.FF 18.23
Exterior view.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
1955 1

HALSTED, ANN, RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 29):
Box.FF 18.24
Exterior view.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
1955 1

HOLY TRINITY RUSSIAN ORTHODOX GREEK CATHOLIC CHURCH AND RECTORY, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 203):
Box.FF 18.25
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.25
Exterior details.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 18.25
Exterior detail.
Al Loginsky, photographer.
n.d. 1

HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION COMPANY, THE, NEWARK, OH (CR# 228):
Box.FF 18.26
Exterior views.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
n.d. 2

JEWELERS' BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL:
See MAXWELL, S.A., & COMPANY STORE.

KAUFMANN, FERDINAND, BUILDINGS FOR, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 41):
aka KAUFMANN STORE AND FLATS
Box.FF 18.28
Exterior view.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
1955 1

KEHILATH ANSHE MA'ARIV SYNAGOGUE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 128):
aka K.A.M. TEMPLE; PILGRIM BAPTIST CHURCH.
Box.FF 18.29
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.29
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.29
Interior details.
n.d. 3

KENNEDY, F.A., & COMPANY, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 51):
aka KENNEDY, FRANK A., BAKERY.
Box.FF 18.30
Exterior view.
n.d. 1

KIMBALL, CHARLES P., RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 21):
Box.FF 18.31
Exterior view.
Aso Doi, photographer.
c.1956 1

KNISELY, RICHARD, BUILDING FOR, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 30):
aka KNISELY, RICHARD, STORE AND FLATS.
Box.FF 18.32
Exterior view.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
n.d. 1

KRAUSE MUSIC STORE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 234):
Box.FF 18.33
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.33
Exterior detail.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.33
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1

LOEB, ADOLPH AND WILLIAM, APARTMENT BUILDING FOR, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 152):
Box.FF 18.34
Exterior view.
Richard Nickel, photographer. Gift of Richard Nickel, 1956.
c.1956 1

MARENGO PUBLIC SCHOOL, MARENGO, IL (CR# 42):
Box.FF 19.8
Exterior view.
n.d. 1

MAXWELL, S.A., & COMPANY STORE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 11):
aka JEWELERS' BUILDING.
Box.FF 18.27
Exterior view.
Richard Nickel, photographer. AIC neg. E18965.
n.d. 1

MCCORMICK, ANNA, RESIDENCE (CR# 54); MORRIS SELZ RESIDENCE (CR# 37), CHICAGO, IL:
MCCORMICK RESIDENCE aka CHARLES H. SCHWAB RESIDENCE.
Box.FF 19.9
Exterior view.
Richard Nickel, photographer. See also Box 19, Folder 10
n.d. 1

MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK, GRINNELL, IA (CR# 227):
aka POWESHIEK COUNTY NATIONAL BANK.
Box.FF 18.35
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.35
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.35
Exterior detail.
Aaron Siskind, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.35
Exterior detail, window.
n.d. 1

MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK, WINONA, MN (CR# 227):
Box.FF 17.27
"Winona's historic."
n.d. 1

MEYER, M.A., COMMERCIAL LOFT FOR THE ESTATE OF, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 168):
aka MEYER BUILDING; 307 WEST VAN BUREN BUILDING.
Box.FF 18.36
Exterior view. Richard Nickel, photographer.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 18.36
Exterior detail.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
n.d. 2

NATIONAL FARMERS' BANK, OWATONNA, MN (CR# 217):
aka SECURITY BANK
Box.FF 18.37
Exterior view.
Aaron Siskind, photographer (?).
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.37
Exterior view. Aaron Siskind or Robert Fine, photographer (?).
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.37
Exterior view.
James Blair, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.37
Interior details.
n.d. 2

NEW GERMAN OPERA HOUSE:
See SCHILLER BUILDING.

PEOPLES SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION, SIDNEY, OH (CR# 229):
Box.FF 18.38
Exteriors views.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 18.38
Interior views.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
n.d. 2

PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK, CEDAR RAPIDS, IA (CR# 221):
Box.FF 18.39
Exterior details.
n.d. 4

POWESHIEK COUNTY NATIONAL BANK:
See MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK.

PRUDENTIAL BUILDING:
See GUARANTY BUILDING.

PURDUE STATE BANK, WEST LAFAYETTE, IN (CR# 226):
Box.FF 18.40
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1

REVELL BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL:
See GAGE, A.S., & COMPANY STORE.

RIVERSIDE SEED AND CLEANING COMPANY, CHICAGO, IL:
See EUSTON AND COMPANY FACTORY.

ROSENFELD BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 13):
Box.FF 19.2
Exterior view.
Richard Nickel, photographer. AIC neg. C24158.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 19.2
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
OP 4
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 19.2
Exterior detail.
Richard Nickel, photographer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 19.2
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1

ROTHSCHILD, MAX M., THREE HOUSES FOR, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 52):
Box.FF 19.3
Exterior view.
n.d. 1

ROTHSCHILD, E., & BROTHERS STORE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 10):
Box.FF 19.4
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1

RYERSON, MARTIN, TOMB, GRACELAND CEMETERY, CHICAGO, IL:
See GRACELAND CEMETERY, RYERSON, MARTIN, TOMB.

SAINT PAUL'S METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, CEDAR RAPIDS, IA (CR# 222):
Box.FF 19.6
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 19.6
Exterior details.
n.d. 3

SCHILLER BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 141):
aka GARRICK THEATRE; NEW GERMAN OPERA HOUSE
Box.FF 19.7
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 19.7
Exterior detail.
AIC neg. E18876.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 19.7
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1

SCHLESINGER & MAYER STORE, CHICAGO, IL:
See: CARSON PIRIE SCOTT AND COMPANY STORE.

SECURITY BANK:
See NATIONAL FARMERS' BANK.

SELZ, MORRIS, RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 37):
See also: MCCORMICK, ANNA, RESIDENCE.
Box.FF 19.10
Exterior detail.
Richard Nickel, photographer. See also Box 19, Folder 9
1955 1

SIGMA PHI FRATERNITY HOUSE:
See BRADLEY, JOSEPHINE CRANE, RESIDENCE.

STERN, HENRY, RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 75):
Box.FF 19.11
Exterior view.
n.d. 1

STERN, SAMUEL, RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 76):
Box.FF 19.12
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1

STOCK EXCHANGE BUILDING:
See CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BUILDING.

SULLIVAN, ALBERT W., RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 153):
Box.FF 19.13
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 19.13
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1

SULLIVAN, LOUIS, TOMB, GRACELAND CEMETERY, CHICAGO, IL:
See GRACELAND CEMETERY, SULLIVAN, LOUIS, TOMB.

TROESCHER, ANTON, COMMERCIAL LOFT FOR, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 61):
aka DAILY TIMES BUILDING; TROESCHER, A.F., BUILDING.
Box.FF 19.15
Exterior view.
Al Loginski, photographer.
n.d. 1

VAN ALLEN, JOHN D., & SON, STORE, CLINTON, IA (CR# 223):
Box.FF 19.16
Exteriors views.
n.d. 2

VICTORIA HOTEL, CHICAGO HEIGHTS, IL (CR# 166):
Box.FF 19.17
Exterior view.
n.d. 1

WAINWRIGHT BUILDING, SAINT LOUIS, MO (CR# 142):
Box.FF 19.18
Exterior details.
n.d. 2

WAINWRIGHT, CHARLOTTE DICKSON, TOMB, BELLEFONTAINE CEMETERY, SAINT LOUIS, MO:
See BELLEFONTAINE CEMETERY, WAINWRIGHT, CHARLOTTE DICKSON, TOMB

WALKER, JAMES H., & COMPANY STORE AND WAREHOUSE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 109):
Box.FF 19.20
Exterior view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 19.20
Exterior detail.
Aaron Siskind, photographer (?).
n.d. 1
Box.FF 19.20
Exterior detail.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 19.20
Interior view.
n.d. 1






LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES VI: SULLIVAN BUILDINGS SCRAPBOOK

Transferred from Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Spring 2001. Items are physically arranged according to their original order in the scrapbook but for ease of finding have been arranged alphabetically within the finding aid.



APARTMENT BUILDING, DESIGN FOR AN, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 185):
Box.FF 20.25
Perspective exterior rendering.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

BABSON, HENRY B., RESIDENCE, RIVERSIDE, IL (CR# 219):
Box.FF 20.24
"House at Riverside, Ill."
From unidentified magazine source. Includes three perspective views and plan.
n.d. 1

BAYARD BUILDING, NEW YORK, NY (CR# 195):
aka CONDICT BUILDING.
Box.FF 20.38
Front perspective exterior rendering.
Photostat.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 20.38
Exterior view.
Photomechanical print.
n.d. 1

BELLEFONTAINE CEMETERY, WAINWRIGHT, CHARLOTTE DICKSON, TOMB, SAINT LOUIS, MO:
Box.FF 20.29
Exterior perspective rendering.
Photostat.
n.d. 1

BURNET HOUSE, CINCINNATI, OH (CR# 187):
Box.FF 20.11
Exterior perspective rendering.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

CARSON PIRIE SCOTT AND COMPANY STORE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 198):
aka SCHLESINGER & MAYER STORE.
Box.FF 20.33
"To Whom It May Concern," from Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co.
TLS. and photostat. Regarding the architecture of the store, 05/07/1906.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 20.39
Exterior view.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

CHARNLEY, JAMES, RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 151):
Box.FF 20.23
Exterior perspective rendering.
Photostat.
n.d. 1
Perspective exterior.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

CHATTANOOGA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING, CHATTANOOGA, TN (CR# 147):
Box.FF 20.19
Exterior perspective rendering.
Photostat. Dated 1891 in image.
n.d. 1

CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 179):
Box.FF 20.4
Exterior perspective rendering.
Photostat.
n.d. 1

CONDICT BUILDING:
See BAYARD BUILDING.

DOOLY BLOCK (CR# 139); HOTEL ONTARIO (CR# 131), SALT LAKE CITY, UT:
Box.FF 20.18
Exterior perspective rendering.
Photostat.
n.d. 1

FELSENTHAL, ELI B., STORE, APARTMENT, OFFICE, AND LOFT FOR, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 216):
Box.FF 20.21
Exterior perspective view. Photostat.
Photostat.
n.d. 1

GETTY TOMB:
See GRACELAND CEMETERY, GETTY, CARRIE ELIZA, TOMB.

GRACELAND CEMETERY, GETTY, CARRIE ELIZABETH, TOMB, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 138):
Box.FF 20.27
Exterior view.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 20.27
Exterior detail.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

GRACELAND CEMETERY, RYERSON, MARTIN, TOMB, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 108):
Box.FF 20.28
Exterior perspective.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

GUARANTY BUILDING, BUFFALO, NY (CR# 186):
aka PRUDENTIAL BUILDING.
Box.FF 20.8
Perspective exterior.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 20.8
Exterior details. Black and white photographs.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 20.8
Interiors
Black and white photographs.
n.d. 4

HIGH SCHOOL, FOR OWATONNA, MINNESOTA, OWATONNA, MN (CR# 230):
aka OAKLAND TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL.
Box.FF 20.26
Exterior perspective rendering.
Photostat.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 20.26
Plans
Photostats.
n.d. 2

HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION COMPANY, THE, NEWARK, OH (CR# 228):
Box.FF 20.35
Exterior views.
Black and white photographs.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 20.35
Plans
Photostats.
n.d. 27

HOTEL ONTARIO, SALT LAKE CITY, UT:
See: DOOLY BLOCK.

ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD, NEW ORLEANS PASSENGER STATION, NEW ORLEANS, LA (CR# 156):
aka UNION STATION.
Box.FF 20.20
Exterior perspective rendering, with first floor plan. Photostat.
Photostat.
n.d. 1

INTERSTATE NATIONAL BANK, CHICAGO, IL:
PARKER NOBLE BERRY, ARCHITECT (1917).
Box.FF 20.34
Exterior view.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 20.34
Interior views.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 5
Box.FF 20.34
Plan
Photostat.
n.d. 1

MEYER, M.A., WHOLESALE STORE BUILDING FOR THE ESTATE OF, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 167):
Box.FF 20.12
Exterior perspective rendering.
Photostat.
n.d. 1

NATIONAL FARMERS' BANK, OWATONNA, MN (CR# 217):
aka SECURITY BANK
Box.FF 20.32
Carl Bennett, vice president of the National Farmers' Bank of Owatonna, to H.B. Lear, cashier, University State Bank.
TLS. and photostat. Regarding letters between the addressee and Louis H. Sullivan, 05/07/1912.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 20.36
The Architectural Record 24, no. 4 (October 1908): plates.
10/1908 5
Box.FF 20.37
"World's Most Beautiful Bank Building," Bank Notes (1912): 18-19.
1912? 1

PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK, CEDAR RAPIDS, IA (CR# 221):
Box.FF 20.30
Sigmund [___] at People's Savings Bank to Mr. W.A. Billingsley.
TLS. and photostat. Regarding the new building, 04/12/1912.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 20.31
Vice President of People's Savings Bank [signature illegible] to Mr. Lyndon P. Smith.
TLS. and photostat. Regarding Louis H. Sullivan's building for them, 04/27/1912.
n.d. 1

PUEBLO GRAND OPERA HOUSE, PUEBLO, CO (CR# 116):
aka OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
Box.FF 20.15
Exterior perspective rendering.
Photostat.
n.d. 1

RYERSON, MARTIN, TOMB, GRACELAND CEMETERY, CHICAGO, IL:
See GRACELAND CEMETERY, RYERSON, MARTIN, TOMB.

SAINT NICHOLAS HOTEL, SAINT LOUIS, MO (CR# 170):
aka VICTORIA BUILDING.
Box.FF 20.16
Exterior perspective rendering.
Photostat.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 20.16
Exterior perspective.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

SAINT PAUL'S METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, CEDAR RAPIDS, IA (CR# 222):
Box.FF 20.40
Exterior perspective rendering.
Black and white photograph. AIC neg. E27846.
n.d. 1

SCHILLER BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 141):
aka GARRICK THEATRE; NEW GERMAN OPERA HOUSE
Box.FF 20.5
Exterior perspective rendering.
Photostat.
n.d. 1

SCHLESINGER & MAYER STORE, CHICAGO, IL:
See: CARSON PIRIE SCOTT AND COMPANY STORE.

SEATTLE OPERA HOUSE BUILDING, SEATTLE, WA (CR# 134):
aka OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
Box.FF 20.14
Exterior perspective rendering.
Photostat.
n.d. 1

SULLIVAN, ALBERT W., RESIDENCE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 153):
Box.FF 20.22
Front perspective exterior.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

TALL OFFICE BUILDING, DESIGN FOR A, SAINT LOUIS, MO (CR# 180):
Box.FF 20.9
Exterior perspective rendering.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

TALL OFFICE BUILDING, DESIGN FOR A, SAINT LOUIS, MO (CR# 181):
aka TRUST AND SAVINGS BUILDING.
Box.FF 20.10
Exterior perspective rendering.
Black and white photograph.
n.d. 1

UNION TRUST BUILDING, SAINT LOUIS, MO (CR# 164):
Box.FF 20.7
Exterior perspective rendering.
Photostat.
n.d. 1

VARIOUS PROJECTS (LOOSE PAGES):
Box.FF 20.1
Cover page.
Inscribed "4/3/1916, To Pauline N. Bury (?) [?], Homer G. Sailor, Architect, 725 W. 64 St., Chicago."
04/13/1916 1
Box.FF 20.2
"America's Foremost Architect, and Some of his Work," The New York Press (January 7, 1912), p. 5.
Photostat.
n.d. 1

VICTORIA HOTEL, CHICAGO HEIGHTS, IL (CR# 166):
Box.FF 20.17
Exterior perspective rendering.
Photostat.
n.d. 1

WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, TRANSPORTATION BUILDING, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 144):
Box.FF 20.3
Exterior view.
Photostat. C.D. Arnold, photographer.
[c.1893] 1

WAINWRIGHT BUILDING, SAINT LOUIS, MO (CR# 142):
Box.FF 20.6
Exterior perspective rendering.
Photostat.
n.d. 1

WAINWRIGHT, CHARLOTTE DICKSON, TOMB, BELLEFONTAINE CEMETERY, SAINT LOUIS, MO:
See BELLEFONTAINE CEMETERY, WAINWRIGHT, CHARLOTTE DICKSON, TOMB

WALKER, JAMES H., & COMPANY STORE AND WAREHOUSE, CHICAGO, IL (CR# 109):
Box.FF 20.13
Exterior perspective rendering.
Photostat.
n.d. 1







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