PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE OF LOCATION FOR THIS LECTURE.
DUE TO THE WATER DAMAGE SUFFERED BY THE CHARNLEY-PERSKY HOUSE DURING THE RECENT TORRENTIAL RAINS, THIS LECTURE WILL BE HOSTED BY THE GRAHAM FOUNDATION FOR ADVANCED STUDIES IN THE FINE ARTS.
Bruce G. Moffat will lecture on Tuesday, September 2, as part of the MAS Context 2014 Fall Talks series.
Moffat is a transportation enthusiast with many years of service at the Chicago Transit Authority and is the author of several books about Chicago’s transportation, including Forty Feet Below: The Story of Chicago's Freight Tunnels (Interurban Pr, 1982), The Chicago Tunnel Story: Exploring the Railroad “Forty Feet Below” (CERA B-135, 2002), and The “L”: The Development of Chicago’s Rapid Transit System, 1888-1932 (CERA B-131, 1995). He is co-author, with Michael Williams and Richard Cahan, of Chicago: City on the Move (Cityfiles Press, 2007)
For more information about the MAS Context 2014 Fall Talks, please visit http://www.mascontext.com/news/mas-context-2014-fall-talks
$10 suggested donation at the door (includes lights snacks)
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