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This historical society focuses on the Beverly and Morgan Park neighborhoods and offers tours, assistance with area research, and small, thoughtful exhibits such as a costume room and a doll house collection..
This historical society focuses on the Beverly and Morgan Park neighborhoods and offers tours, assistance with area research, and small, thoughtful exhibits such as a costume room and a doll house collection.
10621 South Seeley Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
Certainly the oddest sight in Chicago's Far Southwest Side, this building is a replica of castle on Ireland's River Dee, built by a nostalgic and wealthy Irish-American for his fiancee in 1885
A rotating gallery of works by professional artists
This large and influential church is a long-time pillar of Chicago's South Side, and the former home to one very famous congregant, Barack Obama, who here found his religion and was baptized
One of the world's most beautiful factories is undergoing a $3
The first stop to any Pullman visit houses a 20 minute video about the town's history, several exhibits, and a gift shop
These impressive structures are all privately owned and unfortunately closed to the public
The Pullman Historic District was created in 1880-'84 by industrialist George Pullman as the first industrial planned community
The museum, a tribute to A
A landmark church in the heart of the historic Pullman community
Marquette Park is huge and is a good place to get away from the urban commotion of the city