Art: Collected Chicago

Last week, with the Black Horse Troop in solemn attendance and a group of First Citizens as special guests, the Chicago Historical Society opened to the public its spic & span new $1,000,000 Colonial edifice in Lincoln Park.

For 25ยข admission, visitors saw a complete chronological history of the U. S., reproduced" with marble, paintings, trinkets, dresses, guns, Sheraton tables, Chippendale chairs, bedrooms (in Paul Revere's bedroom are two cradles. Married thrice, Rider Revere was the father of 16), chandeliers, Indian beadwork, violins, and a group of...

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