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Evanston History Center’s Kris Hartzell and and Evanston Plan Commission’s Jack Weiss share the historical significance of the Harley Clarke Mansion, a Tudor-style home designed by Richard Powers and built in 1927. We’ll discuss the current demolition threats the mansion faces and take a look at how Evanston’s historic gem can be preserved.

$5 public
FREE for CAF members*
Lecture Hall @ CAF, 224 S. Michigan Ave.

AIA/CES credit: 1 LU

*Note that for all online transactions you will be charged a $3 convenience fee. To avoid this fee, order tickets via phone (312.922.3432) or in-person at CAF’s Box Office at 224 S. Michigan Ave.