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Join CAC docent Dick Clark on June 6 or June 17 as he shares fascinating stories about Chicago’s beautiful and serene Graceland Cemetery—from the lives of the people laid to rest there to a large variety of interesting monuments.

Price
$8 Public
Free for CAC members
Meet
Zoom

This program will be hosted on Zoom. You will receive an email directly from Zoom on the day of the program with details about how to access and view it.

If you don’t receive the Zoom link three hours before the program please contact tickets@architecture.org.

Graceland Cemetery is an oasis in the center of our bustling city. Notables interred there include Chicago movers and shakers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries such as Daniel Burnham, Marshall Field, Potter Palmer and George Pullman, and their monuments were designed by famed architects and sculptors of the era, too: Daniel Chester French, Louis Sullivan and Lorado Taft, to name a few. Join us to learn more about this remarkable spot.

Program Speaker: Dick Clark

Dick Clark

Dick Clark has been a docent since 2008. He gives eight different tours and is the co-director of Lincoln Park: From Cemetery to Sculpture Garden. A native Chicagoan, he is a proud graduate of St. Ignatius College Prep. Prior to becoming a docent, he practiced law in Chicago.


 

Notes:
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Upcoming CAC Live: Graceland Cemetery Programs