[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Hugh Morrison, Louis Sullivan (New York, 1935), PP. 158, 162-164
Morrison
158
Louis Sullivan
1935
Albert Bush-Brown, Louis Sullivan (New York, 1960), p. 23
Bush-Brown
23
Louis Sullivan
1960
Willard Connely, Louis Sullivan As He Lived (New York, 1960), pp. 147-148
Connely
147
Louis Sullivan As He Lived
1960
Sherman Paul, Louis Sullivan: An Architect in American Thought (Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1962), p. 46
Paul
46
Louis Sullivan: An Architect in American
1962
Montgomery Schuy- ler, American Architecture and Other Writings, ed. William H. Jordy and Ralph Coe (New York, 1964), p. 183n
Schuyler
183
American Architecture and Other Writings
1964
Carl W. Condit, The Chicago School of Architecture (Chicago, 1964), p. 129
Condit
129
The Chicago School of Architecture
1964
Paul E. Sprague, "Adler & Sullivan's Schiller Building," The Prairie School Review, II (1965), 7n
Sprague
7
II
The Prairie School Review
1965
James Marston Fitch, American Building (Boston, 1966), p. 204.
Fitch
204
American Building
1966
2
Louis Sullivan and the Architecture of Free Enterprise, ed. Edgar Kaufmann, jr. (Chicago, 1956)
Kaufmann
Louis Sullivan and the Architecture of Free Enterprise
1956
Louis Sullivan, Kindergarten Chats and Other Writings, ed. Isabella Athey (New York, 1947)
Sullivan
Kindergarten Chats and Other Writings
1947
3
Louis H. Sullivan, "The High-Building Question," The Graphic, v (19 Dec. 1891), 405.
Sullivan
19 Dec
405
v
The Graphic
1891
4
Paul, Louis Sullivan, p. 46
Paul
46
Louis Sullivan
Architectural Essays From the Chicago School, ed. W. R. Hasbrouck (Park Forest, Ill., 1967), fol. p. 20
Hasbrouck
20
Ill
Architectural Essays From the Chicago School
1967
5
The Inland Architect & News Record, xiii (1889).
xiii
The Inland Architect & News Record
1889
6
Condit, The Chicago School, p. 91
Condit
91
The Chicago School
7
Sigfried Giedion, Space, Time and Architecture, 5th ed. (Cam- bridge, Mass., 1967), pp. 373-374.
Giedion
5
373
Space, Time and Architecture
1967
Condit, The Chicago School, p. 92
Condit
92
The Chicago School
8
Dankmar Adler, "Light in Tall Office Buildings," The Engi- neering Magazine, IV (1892), 186.
Adler
186
IV
The Engineering Magazine
1892
Morrison's Louis Sullivan, in The Saturday Review of Literature, xm (14 Dec. 193 5), 6
Morrison
14 Dec
6
x111
The Saturday Review of Literature
1935
9
Mundie's 1932 MS. "Skeleton Construction" is quoted by Frank A. Randall, History of the Development of Building Construction in Chi- cago (Urbana, Ill., 1949), p. 120
Mundie
Skeleton Construction
120
History of the Development of Building Construction in Chicago
1949
Dankmar Adler, writing in The Economist (25 June 1891), as quoted in Industrial Chicago (Chicago, 1891), vol. I, 476
Adler
476
I
The Economist
1891
10
Views of Chicago (Chicago, 1898)
Views of Chicago
1898
Randall, His- tory of the Development, p. 178.
Randall
178
History of the Development
11
"More Cloud Supporters," Chicago Tribune, xlrx (7 July 1889), 9.
7 July
9
Xlrx
Chicago Tribune
1889
12
Carl Condit, "The Structural System of Adler & Sullivan's Garrick Theater Building," Technology and Culture, v (1964), 530n
Condit
The Structural System of Adler & Sullivan's Garrick Theater Building
530
v
Technology and Culture
1964
D. Everett Waid, evidently a former member of Jenney's office, in "Skeleton Construction," The Brickbuilder, Iv (Jan. 1895), 13
Waid
Jan
13
Iv
The Brickbuilder
1895
13
Adler, "Light in Tall Office Buildings," p. 172.
Adler
172
Light in Tall Office Buildings
14
Sprague, "Adler & Sullivan's Schiller Building," pp. 7, IO-II
Sprague
7
Adler & Sullivan's Schiller Building
Robert P. Sitzenstock, "Evolution of the High- Rise Office Building," Progressive Architecture, XLIV (1963), 146-157
Sitzenstock
Evolution of the High-Rise Office Building
146
XLIV
Progressive Architecture
1963
Albion N. Van Vleck, in "Why Architects and Engineers Must Have Larger Fees for Set-back Design," The American Architect, CXXXVII (1930), 36ff.
Van Vleck
Why Architects and Engineers Must Have Larger Fees for Set-back Design
36
CXXXVII
The American Architect
1930
15
Adler, "Light in Tall Office Buildings," p. 183.
Adler
183
Light in Tall Office Buildings
16
Seagram Building of 1954-1958, in New York, the small plazas they created were at- tacked as "dead" urban spaces. Vincent Scully, jr., in "The Death of the Street," Perspecta, 8 (1963), 91-9610.2307/1566906
91
17
"Chicago-Proposed Odd Fellows Temple," The Graphic, v (19 Dec. 1891), 404.
19 Dec
404
v
The Graphic
1891
18
Adler, "Light in Tall Office Buildings," pp. 184-185.
Adler
184
Light in Tall Office Buildings
19
Schuyler, American Architecture, p. 183.
Schuyler
183
American Architecture
20
Louis H. Sullivan, The Autobiography of An Idea (New York, 1924)
Sullivan
The Autobiography of An Idea
1924
21
21 Dec. 1891 from one Myron W. Haynes, of Chicago
Haynes's letter was republished in The Architect and Engineer, 114 (1933), 62-63
Haynes
62
114
The Architect and Engineer
1933
Sullivan had published in 1891
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