File:Carson Pirie Scott building, Chicago, Illinois - Louis Sullivan.jpg

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Archival photograph of the Carson Pirie Scott building, Chicago, Illinois. Louis Sullivan, architect.

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This is an image of a place or building that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the United States of America. Its reference number is 70000231

Date Unknown date. Appears to be circa building completion (1903).
Source United States Library of Congress, American Memory, American Landscape and Architectural Design, 1850-1920. DIGITAL ID mhsdalad 250064. Image courtesy Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Frances Loeb Library, Gund Hall, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge MA 02138. (See permission statement below.)
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