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This year's promoted book for fall 2011, revealed today at the Harold Washington Library Center, is The Adventures of Augie March by Nobel-Prize-winning Chicago author Saul Bellow.
The new champion of citywide library excellence may be Chicago, which has progressed from its landmark Harold Washington Library Center, opened in 1991, to the building or renovation of 52 neighborhood libraries.
The postmodernists did not want to deny history; they wanted to resurrect it in bits and pieces, borrowing Roman columns here (as architect Ricardo Bofill has) or Art Nouveau decorative flourishes there (as seen on Thomas Beeby's wacky and eclectic Harold Washington Library Center in Chicago).
This year's winners will be honored at the twelfth annual "Excellence in Information Integrity" award banquet on September 10, 2007, at the Harold Washington Library Center.
Windy City White House: A Mid-Term Assessment of the Obama Presidency' CHICAGO, June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Chicago Tribune announced today that it will host a panel discussion with some of its top Washington editors and reporters on Monday, June 7, 2010, at the Cindy Pritzker Auditorium in the Harold Washington Library Center.
Equities' management portfolio also includes the iconic Harold Washington Library Center, the largest municipal library in the United States.
The Harold Washington Library Center, Chicago's main public library branch, is the world's largest public library building and houses more than two million books.
Mulcahy in remarks prepared for an award ceremony today at Chicago's Harold Washington Library Center.