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December 17, 2009


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Debbie Dubrow

I would have loved to see this - I'll have to add it to my itinerary the next time I'm in Chicago - thanks for the pics.

Dominique King

Debbie-This was definitely a fun find. Make sure you go when you get the chance to do so.
We had no idea it existed until wandering in the building to cool off. I especially loved it because I have a bit of a thing for architecture (as you can see from a lot of the stories I writer here!).

Laura Goff Parham

Great glass. Good photos. Thanks for posting this.

e gonzalez

I just visited the exhibit during my recent trip to Chicago. It came across by chance and I fully enjoyed it. I recomend it to any visitor o local touring the Pier area.


Those are some detailed windows! They look a lot like the church stained glass windows I used to see when I was a kid.

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