Exhibit Tour -- “Rights or Responsibilities? The WCTU and Woman Suffrage in Illinois”

  • 18 Jan 2014
  • 10:30 AM
  • Frances Willard House, 1730 Chicago Avenue, Evanston

Registration is closed
Join CAA for a tour of the new exhibit, Rights or Responsibilities? The WCTU and Woman Suffrage in Illinois” at the Frances Willard House in Evanston.

There is easy access by public transportation or car (and convenient parking).

And as if that weren't enough, we've arranged for CAA members & friends to get half-price entry to the historic Charles Gates Dawes house (Evanston History Center), located at 225 Greenwood, Evanston. Admission includes two exhibits and a tour. The optional 45-minute tours begin at 1:00, 2:00, and 3:00 PM.

Before or after visiting either site, enjoy the many coffee shops and restaurants nearby--something for every taste, from Cajun brunch to high tea.

The exhibit tour at Willard House is a free event but registration is requested.  

No registration is needed for the Dawes house. Admission fees are set by the Evanston History Center and cannot be paid via the CAA website.

Can't make it to this event? Keep your eye on the CAA website for more opportunities to meet and learn from your colleagues.

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