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Railroaders: Jack Delano's Homefront Photography

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One of the standout images in "Railroaders: Jack Delano's Homefront Photography" is of a lone, faceless rail man—back to the camera, his all-denim outfit stamped with grime—as he leans over to throw a switch at Chicago's vast Proviso Yard, a couple dozen sets of vacant tracks stretching into the background. Then shot epitomizes the magnitude of Chicago's railway system in the mid-20th century, when its reputation as a crucial hub for the railroading industry was undeniable. But most importantly, it depicts the grind. Continue reading >> $14, $12 students and seniors

Chicago History Museum (map)
1601 N. Clark St.
Lincoln Park
phone 312-642-4600
Railroaders: Jack Delano's Homefront Photography

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Bus, boat, train, and walking tours

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See chicagohistory.org for schedule and details.

Chicago History Museum (map)
1601 N. Clark St.
Lincoln Park
phone 312-642-4600

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Ongoing exhibits

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The first el train car, Abraham Lincoln's deathbed, dioramas of the Great Chicago Fire and the Sauganash Tavern, and a kids' exhibit focusing on body's five senses as tools for learning about the city.

Chicago History Museum (map)
1601 N. Clark St.
Lincoln Park
phone 312-642-4600

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Out in Chicago

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An exploration of the history of 150 years of LGBTQ Chicagoans. Preview reception Fri 5/20, 6-9 PM, $75. Opening day celebration with performances by the Windy City Cowboys and others, Sat 5/21, 11 AM-4 PM.

Chicago History Museum (map)
1601 N. Clark St.
Lincoln Park
phone 312-642-4600

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Facing Freedom

Ongoing.

Permanent exhibit examining historical fights for freedom under the premise that "the United States has been shaped by conflicts over what it means to be free."

Chicago History Museum (map)
1601 N. Clark St.
Lincoln Park
phone 312-642-4600

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Rare Nature

6/2-10/19

Print work of endangered species commissioned by the Endangered Species Print Project.

Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum (map)
2430 N. Cannon Dr.
Lincoln Park
phone 773-755-5100

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The Extreme Green House

Ongoing

Butterfly habitat; displays on regional ecosystems.

Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum (map)
2430 N. Cannon Dr.
Lincoln Park
phone 773-755-5100

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The Tales of Bucket Town

Ongoing

works by collaborative design company Harley & Boss

Rotofugi Gallery (map)
2780 N. Lincoln Ave.
Lincoln Park
phone 773-868-3308

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