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May 4th

Virtual Tour | The Haymarket Affair

05/04 4:00–5:00 p.m.

Join author and historian Paul Durica on a virtual tour of places and spaces pertaining to labor relations, immigration, social protest, and the right to peaceful assembly in times of uncertainty and terror. More

    May 11th

    Virtual Tour | Pilsen Murals

    05/11 4:00–5:00 p.m.

    Take a virtual walk with local guide Luis Tubens and discover the larger meaning behind the artwork in Chicago’s capital of Mexican cultures. More

      May 16th

      Virtual Tour | Union Station

      05/16 1:00–2:00 p.m.

      Join guide Brian Boland to find out why Union Station was once called a “city within a city” and learn the hidden stories that go unseen by thousands each day. More
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        Creating a Disability Studies LibGuide

        Posted under Research by Guest Author

        In this blog post, Ariel Robinson, Chicago History Museum Research Center page and recent library school graduate, writes about her experience designing a Disability Studies LibGuide for CHM. At CHM, Gretchen Neidhardt, cataloging and metadata librarian, and Elizabeth McKinley, technical services librarian, have worked on developing LibGuides (subject guides) for various ethnic and BIPOC groups More

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