Review: Gilfoyle, Millennium Park

July 17, 2006
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jacket imageYesterday’s Chicago Tribune carried a review by Lois Wille of Timothy J. Gilfoyle’s Millennium Park: Creating a Chicago Landmark. Wille pronounces the book “fascinating and gorgeous,” but also makes clear that the book is more than just pretty pictures. Wille, who has made significant contributions of her own to the history of Chicago’s lakefront, pays particular attention to Gilfoyle’s account of the political and philanthropic machinations necessary to create Millennium Park. Gilfoyle, says Wille, “has wise things to say about Millennium Park’s lessons for the economic health of Chicago and other postindustrial cities with global aspirations.”
We have a Millennium Park trivia quiz.

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