Archives For Burnham

We’re exploring journalist Erin Feher’s lecture topic from last week: San Francisco’s architecture from the Gold Rush on.

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Although little of the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition remains, a few lovingly reconstructed gems do still stand in Chicago’s Jackson Park.

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Chicago’s 19th-century elite lived together and died—or at least were buried—together, too. You can find them in Graceland Cemetery on the North Side.

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Did you know all Driehaus Museum members get Buy One, Get One Free Walking Tours from the Chicago Architecture Foundation? Here are a few of our recommendations for which tours to check out in the coming months.

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