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Fri Mar 21 17:13:52 2014 UTClccn-n853355190.10Washington Square District Extension, 22-28 and 27-31 West Chestnut Street and 802-18, 811-67, 1012, 1023-29 and 1150-54 North Dearborn Street : preliminary landmark recommendation approved by the Commission on Chicago Landmarks, June 7, 2000 /0.601.00[Chicago Stock Exchange Building, Chicago, Illinois]74652436Dankmar_Adlern 853355191511661Dankmar Adlerlccn-n50010438Sullivan, Louis H.1856-1924lccn-n86031005Morrison, Hugh1905-1978nc-adler and sullivanAdler and Sullivanlccn-n88219784Saltzstein, Joan W.lccn-n85155613Gregersen, Charles E.lccn-n81046596Wolfson, Susanlccn-n82235563Nickel, Richard-1972lccn-n81095966Siskind, Aaronlccn-n88204259Vinci, Johnlccn-no2010160966Richard Nickel CommitteeAdler, Dankmar1844-1900CatalogsHistorySlidesDesigns and plansArchitectureUnited StatesSullivan, Louis H.,Adler, Dankmar,Illinois--ChicagoAdler and SullivanTheater architectureAuditoriumsMiddle WestArchitecture, ModernArchitectsChicago Auditorium Building (Chicago, Ill.)Auditorium Theater (Chicago, Ill.)Architecture, AmericanChicago school of architecture (Movement)Missouri--Saint LouisOffice buildingsSkyscrapersTerra-cottaArchitecture--Conservation and restorationCharnley-Persky House (Chicago, Ill.)Wright, Frank Lloyd,Chicago Stock Exchange Building (Chicago, Ill.)StairsWorld's Columbian ExpositionSmith, W. Wheeler--(William Wheeler),Klutznick, Philip M.,Exhibition catalogsSimon, SeymourTombsArchitecture, DomesticNew York (State)--New YorkGoldblatt, Louis,Wolf, Arnold JacobStores, RetailBlock, Leigh B.,Maryland--BaltimoreCummings, Nathan,National Trust for Historic Preservation in the United StatesBlock, Joseph L.--(Joseph Leopold),Department storesJewsPeabody & Stearns (Boston, Mass.)Historic districtsMansionsRichardson, H. H.--(Henry Hobson),Burnham and RootMassachusetts--BostonJenney, W. L. B.--(William Le Baron),Wisconsin--Milwaukee1844190018571875188218841888189018911892189318941895189619351946195219571960196219631964196519671970197119721973197419751976197919801981198319841985198719881989199019941999200120022003201020112060137175725.83092NA737.A29142ocn060543812book19890.79Gregersen, Charles EDankmar Adler : his theatres and auditoriumsHistoryCatalogs81ocn753737307visu20030.28[Daniel Libeskind:] Das Jüdische Museum in Berlin. [Charles Garnier:] Die Pariser Opéra Garnier. [Le Corbusier:] Das Kloster La Tourette. [Antoni Gaudí:] Die Casa Mila. [Sullivan & Adler:] Auditorium Building. [Alvar Aalto:] Das Gemeindezentrum von Säynätsalo51ocn729821206visu20030.47Baukunst 333ocn028681525visu19811.00Sullivan, Louis H[Wainwright Building, St. Louis, Missouri]Slides33ocn046654412visu19811.00Sullivan, Louis H[Chicago Stock Exchange Building, Chicago, Illinois]Slides21ocn035756455visu19940.92Auditorium BuildingViews of the Auditorium Building constructed in Chicago, 1887-1890, by the firm of Adler and Sullivan. Now houses Roosevelt University22ocn039262825visu1.00Sullivan, Louis HWirt Dexter Building, Chicago, IllSlides22ocn029178924visu19811.00Wright, Frank LloydJames Charnley Residence, ChicagoSlides22ocn028681024visu19811.00Sullivan, Louis HCarrie Eliza Getty Tomb, Graceland Cemetery, ChicagoSlides21ocn056407090visu0.92Sullivan, Louis HAuditorium Building22ocn028681143visu1.00Sullivan, Louis H[Transportation Building, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Illinois]Slides22ocn037626778visu1.00Sullivan, Louis HWainwright Building, St. Louis, MoSlides22ocn028681017visu1.00Sullivan, Louis H[Auditorium Building, Chicago, Illinois]Slides11ocn037632335visu1.00Sullivan, Louis HSullivan House, Chicago, IllSlides11ocn077186926visu19721.00Sullivan, Louis HAuditorium, 1886-1890, Chicago, Illinois coupe longitudinale11ocn028681515visu19811.00Sullivan, Louis HKehilath Anshe Maariv [sic] Synagogue, ChicagoSlides11ocn078856627visu18941.00Sullivan, Louis HPattern of color stencil, St. Nicholas HotelDesigns and plans11ocn077871276visu1.00Adler and Sullivan[Ornamental rib]Designs and plans11ocn077871271visu18901.00Adler and SullivanPlaster ornamentation of balcony front. McVicker's TheaterDesigns and plans11ocn122632888mix1.00Sullivan, Louis HFrank Lloyd Wright collection of Louis Henry Sullivan drawingsDesigns and plansThe bulk of the architectural drawings date from the period, circa 1883-1910, when Sullivan was a partner with Dankmar Adler in the architectural firm Adler and Sullivan. Projects represented include remodeling of McVickar's Theater, Chicago, 1883-1884 and 1890-1891; Auditorium Building, Chicago, 1888-1890; Transportation Building, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1891-1892; Chicago Stock Exchange building, 1894; St. Nicholas Hotel, St. Louis, 1894; Guaranty Building, Buffalo, 1895; remodeling of the Taylor Building, Chicago, 1894; National Farmers Bank, Owatonna, Minn., 1907; miscellaneous buildings; fresco designs; ornamental studies and designs; cover designs for magazines; miscellaneous designs; and figure studies. Drawings, 1873-1876, done by Sullivan while at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris; manuscripts of Sullivan's KINDERGARTEN CHATS, and DEMOCRACY: A MAN-SEARCH; drawings attributed to other architects, including Sullivan's assistant, George G. Elmslie; and miscellaneous drawings, are also included. Some drawings are annotated by Wright129315ocn001871241book19350.53Morrison, HughLouis Sullivan : prophet of modern architectureHistoryBiography+-+21665584853242602ocn668182716book20100.63Adler and SullivanThe complete architecture of Adler & SullivanHistoryCatalogsLouis Sullivan (1856-1924) was a giant of architecture, the father of architectural modernism, and one of the earliest builders of the skyscraper. Along with Dankmar Adler (1844-1900) he designed many of the buildings that defined nineteenth-century architecture not only in Chicago but in cities across America - and continue to be admired today. Among their iconic designs are the former Chicago Stock Exchange, Chicago's Auditorium Building and Carson Pirie Scott flagship store, the Wain-wright Building in St. Louis, and the Guaranty Building in Buffalo. This first-of-its-kind catalogue raisonne of the work of Adler and Sullivan - both as a team and individual architects - is a lavish celebration of the designs of these two seminal architects who paved the way for the modern skylines that continue to inspire city dwellers today. The quest to pull together a complete catalogue was first undertaken in 1952 by photographers Aaron Siskind and Richard Nickel, and this intense, decades-long labor of love has resulted in an extensive and unique resource that includes a complete listing of all of the buildings and projects undertaken by Adler and Sullivan. Each listing contains historic photographs, architectural plans (when available), and a description of each project. Alongside over 250 essays are eight hundred photographs of their buildings - many of which have since been demolished - including images by Nickel, Siskind, and other noted photographers. This rich, incomparable reference will be treasured by readers interested in architecture, photography, and Chicago's rich history as an architectural mecca+-+47827511452592ocn020452897book19900.79Gregersen, Charles EDankmar Adler : his theatres and auditoriumsHistoryCatalogs452ocn012681696book19850.96Doumato, LamiaDankmar Adler, 1844-1900HistoryBibliography101ocn036722185visu19940.33The Auditorium Building an architectural triumphA documentary history of the Auditorium Building constructed in Chicago, 1887-1890, by the firm of Adler and Sullivan. Now houses Roosevelt University91ocn007802490visu0.33Adler and SullivanPictorial works74ocn017205781book19840.88Grimsley, Charles EdwardA study of the contributions of Dankmar Adler to the theater building practice of the late nineteenth century52ocn033474534book19570.81Nickel, Richard SA photographic documentation of the architecture of Adler & Sullivan43ocn011241687book19740.92Engel, Charlene StantDankmar Adler, architect : life, theory, and practiceHistory31ocn010401944visu19810.47Auditorium BuildingViews of the Auditorium Building constructed in Chicago, 1887-1890, by the firm of Adler and Sullivan. Now houses Roosevelt University21ocn006749580book19741.00Sprague, Paul EThe Wainwright : landmark built and saved22ocn503399869visu0.92Sullivan, Louis H[Buildings]History21ocn506487444visu18841.00Lévy, AlbertAlbert Levy's architectural photographic seriesPhotographs21ocn006464127book19641.00Historic American Buildings SurveySchiller Building, 64 W. Randolph Street, Chicago, Illinois21ocn049419085book20010.10Chicago (Ill.)Washington Square District Extension, 22-28 and 27-31 West Chestnut Street and 802-18, 811-67, 1012, 1023-29 and 1150-54 North Dearborn Street : preliminary landmark recommendation approved by the Commission on Chicago Landmarks, June 7, 200021ocn080409527book19731.00Bliss, Richard LRecommendations for renovation of the Wainwright Building, 7th and Chestnut, St. Louis, Mo., designed by Dankmar Adler & Louis Sullivan, 1890-9221ocn006869821book19741.00At a quarter century : the National Trust in 1973-7421ocn034577139mix1.00Chicago Jewish community collectionCorrespondence, magazine articles, and newspaper clippings. Persons represented include Dankmar Adler, Harry Barnard, Joseph L. Block, Leigh B. Block, Nathan Cummings, Louis Goldblatt, Maurice Henry Goldblatt, Barnet Hodes, Philip M. Klutznick, Theodore B. Sachs, Seymour Simon, and Arnold Jacob Wolf21ocn006674605book19701.00Morton, Terry BPreservation features the building that has everything : but a future21ocn006847201book19751.00Creativity and responsibility+-+4782751145Fri Mar 21 15:25:31 EDT 2014batch21372