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Louis sullivan (1856-1924) grew up during a pivotal moment in american history the civil war was about to erupt when sullivan was only five, and the. Louis sullivan, an architect who worked at the turn of the twentieth century, his father, patrick sullivan, came to america from ireland in 1847 information for this story came from the book louis sullivan, his life and work. Introduction: the form and function of louis sullivan's writing 1 from hooley's new theater (1882) 2 characteristics and tendencies of american architecture . Louis sullivan, in full louis henry sullivan, (born september 3, 1856, boston, massachusetts, us—died april 14, 1924, chicago, illinois), american architect, .