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Louis Sullivan Society


Landmarks Illinois invites you to be a part of preserving our architectural and historic resources by joining us as a Louis Sullivan Society member. Your support makes a difference in protecting the heritage that is so important to all of us.


Special Benefits:

Members are invited to exclusive special events designed for Society members. 

50% discounted admission to Mies van der  Rohe’s Farnsworth House in Plano, IL.

Preservation News, our attractive quarterly newsletter, informing

   you of LI programs, preservation issues and upcoming events.

Invitations to LI events including the Annual Meeting,  Preservation

   Snapshots lectures, preservation workshops and conferences, and social events.

Email “Blasts” highlighting preservation headlines around the state and
   Landmarks Illinois events or issues.



A limited edition gold and beige serigraph of the medallion stencil from the
   Adler & Sullivan’s 1889 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago (Value $100).

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