Lincoln Park on the cities near north side has a number of his surviving designs. .Including four locations that have rescued fragments from the Garrick. This clip shows three of them. We have three more videos that show the other surviving examples of his work in this area. You can find them on our Sullivan playlist.
The Ann Halsted House, 440 W. Belden Ave (1883):
This Queen Anne style home is the oldest surviving residence designed by Adler and Sullivan.
The Ferdinand Kaufmann Store & Building, 2310 and 2312 N. Lincoln Ave.:
These relatively nondescript buildings in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood sit side-by-side on North Lincoln Avenue. The building at 2310 was built in 1883 and 2312 came four years later.
The Leon Mannheimer House, 2147 N. Cleveland Ave. (1884):
This is another early project that Sullivan worked on.