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Landmarks Illinois Events

Legendary Landmarks Gala

 

Saturday, March 4, 2006

Palmer House Hilton, Chicago

 

Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois hosted over 550 guests at Chicago’s historic Palmer House on Saturday, March 4th to celebrate its 35th anniversary and honor its first Legendary Landmark honoree, Lois Weisberg, Commissioner of the City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs, for her unique and extraordinary contribution to Chicago’s cultural skyline. For additional information on this event click here.

 

Highlights from Gala 2006

 

1.  LPCI president David Bahlman presents Lois Weisberg with Legendary Landmarks Award  2.  Malcolm Gladwell escorts Lois Weisberg to the stage  3.  (left to right) Shelley Gorson, Gala co-chair; Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley; Madeline Gelis, Gala co-chair  4.   (left to right) Donna LaPietra, 2006 Legendary Landmarks Gala Tribute Committee member and Bill Kurtis, journalist and Gala Master of Ceremonies
5.  Lois Weisberg and David Mosena   6.  Tom & Margo Pritzker  7.  David & Pat Mosena   8.   Catherine Handelsman, LPCI board member, with spouse Harold Handelsman   9.  David Bahlman, LPCI president, and Anne Roosevelt   10.  Lori & Jim Montana  11.  (left to right) Victor Skrebneski, famed photographer; Judith Niedermaier, governor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Tony Jones, president, School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Michael Kutza, International Film Festival; Patty Carroll, photographer and teacher, School of the Art Institute of Chicago [photo credits]  Bob Carl

 

 

 

 
     

 

 

 

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