Posts tagged with "Chicago"

Posted by daccurso on 06/23/09
burnhamThe Library is honored to be one of over 200 partners across the greater Chicagoland area that have come together to celebrate the 100th anniversary of architect Daniel Burnham's 1909 Plan of Chicago. From July 1 through October 31, the Library will be hosting the exhibit "Make Big Plans: Daniel Burnham's Vision of an American Metropolis" as well as several programs related to the centennial celebration and the exhibit. We were also chosen as one of four libraries to host three special public events for the Burnham Plan Centennial including a visit on August 9 by Carl Smith, author of The Plan of Chicago: Daniel Burnham and the Remaking of the American City. The Library has another connection to the Burnham Plan Centennial. Tom Gray, son of long-time Friends of the Library volunteer Margaret Gray, designed a film about Chicago that will be projected in a pavilion to be constructed in Millennium Park. Gray is a graphic artist who designs video projections for theater productions. He was interviewed on Wednesday, June 24, on Channel 11 about his work on this project. Visit for more information on centennial events.
Posted by lmulford on 02/07/13

For most of its history, Chicago produced about one-third of the nation’s candy including Brach’s caramels, Mars' Snickers bars, Wrigley’s gum, Cracker Jack, Baby Ruth bars, Tootsie Rolls and Frango Mints. Author Leslie Goddard explores the history of these tasty treats and what made Chicago such an ideal location for candy makers. Samples provided. For A.H. cardholders only.
Date and Time: Tuesday, February 19, 7 p.m.
Location: Hendrickson Room

Posted by daccurso on 07/08/09
city beautiful Date and time: Sunday, July 19, 2 p.m.  Location: Hendrickson Room This year marks the centennial of Daniel Burnham’s visionary Plan of Chicago that shaped the city and suburbs for generations to enjoy. Art Historian Jeff Mishur explores Burnham’s transition from the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition to the City Beautiful Movement manifested in the plan and how it relates to European and American precedents. Register online or at the Welcome Desk, 847-392-0100.
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