Paul Gilbert and Charles Lee Bryson (1929) This book is divided into four sections, which include a on the city and its founders, a section devoted to landmarks and other buildings, and two sections of biographies
Carl Condit (1974) In these two volumes Condit expanded his scope beyond the “Chicago School,” to cover other aspects of the physical city including urban planning and transportation. The bibliographies, arranged by chapter, include newspaper articles as well as traditional sources.
Carl Condit (1964) Traces the history of the Chicago School of Architecture from its beginnings with the functional innovations of William La Baron and others to their imaginative development by Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright.
An important reference work on Chicago building and development up to 1946. It includes an introductory essay, a detailed list of milestones in building construction, indexes to architects and engineers, buildings, and locations. It also includes a detailed bibliography.