Our Lincoln Square correspondent tells me that the scaffolding has come down at the Krause Music Store, and that its 1922 facade, which was Louis Sullivan's last commission "looks beautiful", cleaned up and with the ornamental details coming out in sharp detail. I hope to get up there and take some pictures for posting soon.
. . . writings on architecture have appeared in the Chicago Reader, Metropolis Magazine, the Harvard Design Magazine, and the backs of discarded gum wrappers.
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