Attending with a scientist and my being a history teacher, I still found this a wonderful experience. The architecture of the building was tremendous and there were numerous statues and paintings to enjoy. My favorites are a death mask of Napoleon Bonaparte and a life-sized bust of Maurice Tillett, who had acromegaly (large extremities). If you live in Chicago, it is along Lake Shore Drive; so, you have probably driven by it countless times and did not even notice it.
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