Keeping Chicago’s architectural history alive with Preservation Chicago

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CHICAGO, UNITED STATES: The Wrigley Building (L) and the Tribune Tower (R) flank either side of the Chicago River 20 April 2005, along Michigan Ave. in downtown, Chicago, Illinois. The Town of Chicago was incorporated 12 August, 1833, with a population of 350. In 2000, the population stood at 2,896,016. AFP PHOTO/JEFF HAYNES (Photo credit should read JEFF HAYNES/AFP via Getty Images)

Ward Miller, executive director of Preservation Chicago, joins Phil Manicki for a wide-ranging look at the state of Chicago architecture. From the Emmett Till house to the Obama Presidential Library, Ward provides the latest on preserving Chicago’s legendary architecture and the important stories behind every brick.

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