Adler & Sullivan, Architects

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Garrick Theatre: Block of stringcourse from first floor loggia..
Adler & Sullivan, Architects, American, 1881-1895
Designer: Louis H. Sullivan, American, 1856-1924
Garrick Theatre: Block of stringcourse from first floor loggia.., 1891/92 (demolished 1961)
Chicago Stock Exchange Building: Elevator Enclosure Grille T-Plates
Adler & Sullivan
American, 1883-1895
Chicago Stock Exchange Building: Elevator Enclosure Grille T-Plates, 1893/94
Victor Falkenau House, Chicago, Illinois, Stringcourse Element
Adler & Sullivan
American, 1883–1895
Victor Falkenau House, Chicago, Illinois, Stringcourse Element, 1888–89
Garrick Theater, Chicago, Illinois, Exterior Column
Adler & Sullivan
American, 1883–1895
Garrick Theater, Chicago, Illinois, Exterior Column, 1891–92
Garrick Theater, Chicago, Illinois, Proscenium Vault Section
Adler & Sullivan
American, 1883–1895
Garrick Theater, Chicago, Illinois, Proscenium Vault Section, 1891–92
Auditorium Building: Column Capital and Portion of a Frieze
Adler & Sullivan, architects; American, 1883-1895
Louis H. Sullivan, designer; American, 1856-1924
Auditorium Building: Column Capital and Portion of a Frieze, 1887-89
Chicago Stock Exchange Trading Room: Stencil
Adler & Sullivan, architects; American, 1883-1896
Louis H. Sullivan, designer; American, 1856-1924
Executed by Healy and Millet
Chicago Stock Exchange Trading Room: Stencil, 1893/94
Auditorium Building: Section of the Hotel Bar
Architects: Adler & Sullivan, (American, 1883-1895)
Designer: Louis H. Sullivan (American, 1856-1924)
Auditorium Building: Section of the Hotel Bar, 1887/89 (demolished c. 1941)
Saint Nicholas Hotel: Spandrel Panel
Adler & Sullivan, Architects, American, 1883-1895
Designer: Louis H. Sullivan, American, 1856-1924
Saint Nicholas Hotel: Spandrel Panel, 1892/93
Double House (possibly for Mr. Straus): Perspective View
Adler & Sullivan, Architects (American, fl. 1883-1895)
Louis H. Sullivan (American, 1856-1924)
Dankmar Adler (American, 1844-1900)
Double House (possibly for Mr. Straus): Perspective View, 1883
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