Louis Sullivan Boxed Thank You Notes
Adaptation from architectural ornament on Auditorium Building, 1887-1889, by Louis H. Sullivan (American, 1856-1924) Louis H. Sullivan is often called the father of modern American architecture and was influential in early skyscraper design. But it was his work on the interior of the Auditorium Building in Chicago that earned him a reputation as a master of relief ornament and stencil patterning.
Ten 3-1/2 x 5 in. blank notecards with envelopes in an acetate-topped box. Printed on recycled paper.