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Photograph of the terracotta façade of the landmark Bayard-Condict building by pioneer American architect Louis Sullivan

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Photograph of the terracotta façade of the 1898 landmark Bayard-Condict building in Soho neighborhood of Lower Manhattan by pioneer American architect Louis Henri Sullivan, 1856-1924. A founder of the Chicago School of architecture, Louis Sullivan is called the father of modernism. Bas-relief sculpture angels decorate the cornice of the Bayard-Condict building at 65 Bleeker Street, and the steel structure is expressed with columns. Photograph by Nathan Benn taken February 23, 1988.


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