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Burnham's 1909 Plan for Chicago
Date: Monday, April 15
Time: 10:30AM - 11:45AM
Burnham and Bennett crafted the 1909 Plan for Chicago at a time when planning was valued and acknowledged as being in the public interest. A century after its completion, the plan is still teaching planners the importance of collaborating with business, government, and institutions to enhance our communities. Learn how this masterful plan created a culture of planning in Chicago that endures to this day—and how its achievements still shape Chicago’s development.
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Joseph P. Schwieterman
DePaul UniversitySee this speaker's bio
Reuben L. Hedlund
Bethany Methodist Cmtys.See this speaker's bio
Judith P. McBrien
The Archimedia WorkshopSee this speaker's bio
Laurie Marston, AICP
Laurie Marston & AssociatesSee this speaker's bio