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Monday, July 16 • 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Understanding Chicago Through Narrative

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On the first weekend that Chicago’s Brookfield Zoo opened in 1934, a staggering 117,400 visitors came to see the world’s most modern zoological park, with innovative bar-less exhibits housing animals from around the world. Join colleagues at a relaxed ”bring your own lunch” session for a fascinating look at the zoo through the eyes of Carla Owens and Douglas Deuchler, co-authors of Brookfield Zoo and the Chicago Zoological Society. Historic art deco buildings, WPA artwork, and unusual creatures inhabiting the zoo over its 77-year history will be featured. A book signing will follow.

MODERATING:
Richard Hulser, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

SPEAKING:
Douglas Deuchler; Carla Owens, Brookfield Zoo


Monday July 16, 2012 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Convention Center, Room E259

Attendees (80)