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The Union League Club of Chicago recently concluded a yearlong celebration of its 125th anniversary. Established in 1879 to uphold the sacred obligations of citizenship, to promote honesty and efficiency in government, and to support cultural institutions and the beautification of the city, the Club has been a contributing partner in the growth and development of Chicago. Through the efforts of its membership, the Club is a catalyst for action in the political, economic and social arenas—focusing its leadership and resources on important social issues.
The Union League Club, where Daniel Burnham was a member, is displaying in its Jackson Blvd. windows during the Centennial Year a selection of Burnham-related materials from its Archives, including large scale reproductions of key sections of Burnham's Plan of Chicago.
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Tuesday, October 13, 2009 6:00pm
Union League Club of Chicago
At this members-only event, the Union League Club of Chicago celebrates the legacy of one of its most famous members, Daniel Hudson Burnham. Executive Chef Michael Garbin prepares a Burnham-themed dinner menu featuring dishes that would have been served during the time that Burnham dined at the Club in the early 1900s. The meal is followed by a screening of the full-length documentary Make No Little Plans. Director Judith McBrien answers questions after the screening. [MORE]