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Chicago's Oldest House Is Turning 175

"On Saturday, September 10, the Prairie Avenue Historic District of the city's South Loop will be the site of the 5th Annual Festival on Prairie Avenue. At the Festival, hosted by the Prairie District Neighborhood Alliance, visitors will experience an atmosphere of Prairie Avenue in the 19th century with activities spotlighting a unique variety of art, history, architecture, music and family-style play. A special emphasis of this year's festival will pay tribute to the 175th anniversary of the Henry B. Clarke House, Chicago's oldest (1836) and the 125th anniversary of the John G. Glessner House, an internationally-known architectural treasure (1886)."

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A look inside the oldest house in Chicago.


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The Clark House Museum.

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Posted on August 30, 2011


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