Mass burial of victims from the Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus Fire, 1918.

Join me tonight as I lecture on–and sign copies of–Matt Hucke and my new book, the completely revised

Graveyards of Chicago: the People, History, Art & Lore of Cook County Cemeteries.

If you love cemeteries–or if you avoid them like the plague–you will love this program if you love history, art, family and personal life stories, or the beauty of the natural world: Chicago’s graveyards have them all in abundance.

I’m delighted to have been invited to share our new new book at this wonderful venue for history research, and I’m anxious to share with you some of my photos from a number of my very favorite Chicago-area cemeteries, including some you probably didn’t know existed.

The event begins at 7pm. I’ll be speaking until 8, and then I’ll have copies of the new book for sale and signing while guests have a chance to look at the images, family photos and maps from an exhibit I am assembling on Bachelors Grove Cemetery called “Lost in the Woods: The Real–and Unreal–Story of Bachelors Grove. Books are $15 and the lecture is completely free! Hope to see you tonight.

The Worth Historical Museum is located at the Worth Park District, 11500 South Beloit, Worth, Illinois.

Monument to Frances Pearce and daughter, Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago.

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