New Program The Amazing Worlds Fairs of Chicago

Nov 20, 2020 by



An exciting new exploration of the Two World Fairs that put Chicago on the map: The Columbian Exposition and A Century of Progress. The Columbian Exposition of 1893 was built against incredible odds with a diabolical killer just outside the fair gates. The 1933 Century of Progress could not go ahead without getting rid of Al Capone. Both of these fairs had their own tragedies and triumphs. Powerpoint with embedded videos.

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