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Chicago Herstory – SOLD OUT

Sunday, July 22

Women have played a vital role in the shaping of Chicago, but their contributions have often been overlooked. Join CHM educator Megan Clark on a trolley tour to find out more about the famous, infamous, and little-known women of Chicago who have left their indelible marks on the city.

*Tour runs about 3 hours

 

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Social reformer and peace activist Jane Addams with children at Hull-House, 1932. ICHi-009374
Civil rights activist and journalist Ida B. Wells, 1920. ICHi-012867
Businesswoman, socialite, and philanthropist Bertha Honoré Palmer, September 13, 1918. ICHi-061451
   

The Details

Sunday

July

22 nd

2:00–500 p.m.

Event

Admission

$ 40

$30 Members

Event Location

Meet at the Chicago History Museum

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