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Over 100 members, new and returning board members and preservation conference registrants attended Landmarks Illinois’ 42nd Annual Meeting and the Preservation Conference Opening Reception on Thursday, June 27 at Nichols Concert Hall in Evanston.


Guests enjoyed delicious appetizers from Fig Catering, lively company, and heard highlights of Landmarks Illinois’ recent accomplishments. If you were unable to attend, please click here for our Year in Review.


Shelley Gorson and Alicia Berg


(left to right) Shelley Gorson, exiting board chairman, and Alicia Berg, 2013-14 board chairman at the Annual Meeting, June 27, 2013. Credit: Chris Enck. Click for image.
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Thursday, June 27, 2013

This year’s meeting was held at Nichols Concert Hall, which is a 2003 Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Award winner for Adaptive Use. The layout of the former First Church of Christ, Scientist in Evanston proved an ideal fit for the Music Institute of Chicago, an acclaimed music education center. Built in 1913, the Classical Revival-style structure was designed by S. S. Beman. The former church sanctuary was converted to a 500-seat recital space, while the high-ceilinged lower level provided space for a music school.




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 2011 Annual Meeting at
 Glessner House


2010 Annual Meeting at Second Presbyterian Church


2009 Annual Meeting at Lake Point Tower and Skyline Park


(top) Nichols Concert Hall, Evanston Click a thumb for a full size image.







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