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Shoot for the Stars

"When Max Adler first conceived of and opened the Planetarium, he intended it to be a classroom for the stars. This idea of bringing the skies to every person was his original vision.” Sarah Cole, vice president at Chicago’s Adler Planetarium, remembers its founder.

Lindbergh Flies Across the Atlantic

Piloting the Spirit of St. Louis, aviator Charles Lindbergh became the first person to fly-nonstop, ... more

Race to the South Pole

It was a race to discover “untouched land”: the South Pole. Two teams, one led by British ... more

The Birth of a Movement

"The Haymarket really polarizes constituencies in Chicago and it pits native born businessmen ... more
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