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  • Field MuseumField Museum Chicago, Illinois
    The Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, Illinois, belongs to the Museum Campus Chicago, with more than 21 million specimens in its charge; although there is only parts of it being displayed because of the lack of space. A few of the more exciting and prominent displays include; the big collection of Native American relics that was opened in 2007 and called Ancient Americas, Sue, the biggest and most intact Tyrannosaurus available, the big collection of dinosaurs that sits in the Evolving Planet exhibit, a marvelous exhibit of human cultural anthropology displays that contains relics from Tibet, the Pacific northwest and ancient Egypt, and an incredible taxidermy collection with numerous bigger animals that contains two prized African elephants and the world wide famous Lions of Tsavo that were shown in the movie, "The Ghost and the Darkness". The museum started in 1893, being called the Columbian Museum of Chicago, with the express mission of collecting and showing knowledge and saving the relics that will be shown that include; history, art, science and archaeology.

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  • Harold Washington Library CenterHarold Washington Library Chicago, Illinois
    The Harold Washington Library Center is the main library for the Chicago Public Library system, named after former mayor Harold Washington, and located on State Street. All the libraries in the system offer wifi connections, and it is full service, filling the huge 756,640 square foot building that opened in 1991. Its base is constructed with huge granite blocks, with red bricks finishing the majority of the remainder of the building, making it look like it is Beaux-Art architecture. The roof area and the west side are made up of aluminum, steel and glass. Inside, all the doors go into the lobby, where you can go to the other levels. In the lower level, the Cindy Pritzker auditorium, exhibit hall and multi-purpose room are located, with the center lobby being two stories high and on the east is the popular library, the second floor contains the Thomas Hughes Children's library, the third is where the entry ways are located with circulation desk, pcs for use by the public, general info services, periodicals and interlibrary loan department, on the fourth floor the technology pieces, business and general sciences.

September 11, 2012