Time Out says
Neither the library’s classic architecture nor its patrician setting betray its mission to bring high-brow culture to the plebs. All exhibitions, which generally revolve around a book or lit theme, are free. And anyone can browse the 2-million volume collection that specializes in Chicago history, genealogy, cartography and printing. All you need is a reading card, which will require a photo ID, proof of address and a reason for wanting to search a specific collection.
60 W Walton St
|Cross street:||between Dearborn and Clark Sts|
|Transport:||El stop: Red to Clark/Division. Bus: 22, 36, 70, 147, 156.|
|Opening hours:||Mon 8:15am–5pm; Tue–Thu 8:15am–7:30pm; Fri, Sat 8:15am–5pm.|
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