Louis Henry Sullivan, American architect, was a key figure in the development of modern architecture; he is often called the father of the skyscraper. He was also an eloquent writer on the new style as he envisioned it. Sullivan was born in Boston. He studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and then briefly in Paris.
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