Architect Louis Sullivan’s Krause Music Store, Chicago Illinois.

Architect Louis Sullivan’s Krause Music Store, Chicago Illinois.

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    Completed: 1922 William Presto (Original interior) Louis Sullivan (Facade) Renovated in 2007 by Wheeler Kearns...
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    Reasons to move to Chicago,
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    i mean DAMN
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    Where I grew up, there was a big, beautiful building with a plaque on the side, I think it was KotOMC or something...