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    • 07/15/2021
    • 7:30 PM (CDT)
    • 08/15/2021
    • 11:30 PM (CDT)
    • 5
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    Post Event Book Sale for July Evening Program

     

    Joseph D. Kearney


    Thomas W. Merrill




    Note that this event registration is only to purchase a copy of Lakefront: Public Trust and Private Rights in Chicago for $29 including tax, shipping, and a bookplate signed by the authors. The July evening program ended on July 15, 2021.

    • 08/17/2021
    • 5:30 PM (CDT)
    • 8/17/2021 | 5:30 PM CT Live Program at ULCC Library 65 W Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL 60604. Advance registration required via website.
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    Blanche
    Killingsworth

    Anna
    Lui

    Dr. Robert
    Marshall

    Mary Lu
    Seidel

    The Union League Club of Chicago Library Committee invites Caxton Club members to a LIVE program: Conversations on Chicago Neighborhoods: North Lawndale Past, Present & Future

    The ULCC Library Committee welcomes Blanche Killingsworth, President and co-founder of the North Lawndale Historical & Cultural Society, to talk about the history of North Lawndale and community efforts to revitalize this historic neighborhood. The program will include presentations by Reverend Robert Marshall and Mary Lu Seidel on the restoration and historical landmarking of the Central Park Theater. Ann Lui, AIA, will talk about the Chicago Architecture Biennial 2021 Edition “The Available City” and work being done in North Lawndale to support this initiative.

    A cocktail reception starts at 5:30 PM with appetizers and your choice of one beverage (beer, wine, sparkling water, bottled water, or soft drink). Fee for this program is $34.

    The program begins at 6:00 PM with Q & A following.

    Program Speaker: Blanche Killingsworth
    Blanche Killingsworth is the President and co-founder of the North Lawndale Historical Society, an organization whose mission is to research, educate and archive the history of Lawndale. She is a long time North Lawndale resident and community activist. She has worked with many organizations and community members to preserve Lawndale History. She is a Diversity Scholar of the National Trust and member of League of Women Voters.

    Program Speaker: Dr. Robert Marshall
    Dr. Robert Marshall is an entrepreneur, an avid learner, and an educator. He has a BA in Business from Roosevelt University, a master’s Degree from Olivet Nazarene University and a second master’s from Chicago State University. He later earned his Doctor of Divinity degree at Calvary School of Ministry. Dr. Marshall now serves as the senior pastor of the New House of Prayer Church of God in Christ, the AIM Chairman for the Sixth Jurisdiction of Illinois and an adjutant for the national Church of God in Christ. He works tirelessly to rebuild the community and reestablish House of Prayer as a viable resource for the North Lawndale Community.

    Program Speaker: Mary Lu Seidel
    Mary Lu Seidel is the Director of Community Engagement for Preservation Chicago and is responsible for neighborhood-driven planning, advocacy, and education to promote the preservation and reuse of cultural and historic assets in Chicago.
    Seidel was previously Chicago Field Director at the National Trust where she managed preservation initiatives throughout the Midwest. She has extensive community building experience in the Chicago area market in economically and ethnically diverse areas. Her work has focused on advocacy, community engagement, strategic planning, community organizing, public policy and community redevelopment. She was born and raised in Chicago’s Belmont Cragin neighborhood, and she returns to her passion for advocacy and organizing in the city she loves.

    Program Speaker: Ann Lui
    Ann Lui is a registered architect, Assistant Professor of Practice at the University of Michigan and founding principal of Future Firm, a Chicago-based architecture and design research practice. Her work focuses on spaces of collectivity and the role of architecture in producing and intervening in paradoxical conditions of belonging. Currently, Lui organizes The Night Gallery, a nocturnal exhibition space on Chicago's south side, which features video and film works by artists and architects from sunset to sunrise. Lui was recently named Newcity’s “Designer of the Moment” and Crain’s “40 Under 40.” She holds an SMArchS in History, Theory, and Criticism of Architecture and Art from MIT and a B. Arch from Cornell University, where she was awarded the Charles Goodwin Sands Medal and the Clifton Beckwith Brown Memorial Medal.

    • 09/14/2021
    • 6:30 PM (CDT)
    • 9/14/2021 6:30 PM CT/7:30 PM ET via Zoom. Advance registration required via website.
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    September Evening Program

    Presented by the Caxton Club and Chicago Art Deco Society

     

    Paul F. Gehl




    Please join us to celebrate Caxtonian Paul Gehl’s new book, Chicago Modernism and the Ludlow Typograph: Douglas C. McMurtrie and Robert Hunter Middleton at Work 

    The lavishly illustrated book documents the improbable collaboration between the brash McMurtrie and his soft-spoken colleague at Ludlow, Robert Middleton. While McMurtrie built a nationwide speaking career espousing typographic modernism, the greatest Chicago practitioner of letterforms modernism was Middleton. Middleton did the exquisite type drawings in house and supervised production. McMurtrie was the promotional man extraordinary. The typefaces they made and sold put Ludlow on the map internationally as a creator, not just a manufacturer in the design world.

    Paul F. Gehl is Curator Emeritus at the Newberry Library in Chicago. He retired in 2016 after 30 years as Custodian of the John M. Wing Foundation, the Newberry’s special collection on history of printing, calligraphy, and the book. He is an historian (Ph.D. Chicago 1976) who has published on textbook history, Chicago calligraphy and design, and the history of the book trade.

    Buy the book

    Chicago Modernism and the Ludlow Typograph is available for $39 including a bookplate signed by the author, tax, and shipping. Books will not be sold at the event.   

    Special offer  

    Add RHM: Robert Hunter Middleton, the Man and His Letters  for only $10. 

    A Zoom presentation is available with a real-time Q&A featured immediately following the presentation. Registration is required. Zoom presentation is free and open to all. 

    • 09/14/2021
    • 6:30 PM (CDT)
    • 9/14/2021 | 6:30 PM CT Live Program at ULCC Library 65 W Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL 60604. Advance registration required via website.
    • 75
    Register

    September Evening Program

    Presented by the Caxton Club and Chicago Art Deco Society

     

    Paul F. Gehl




    Please join us to celebrate Caxtonian Paul Gehl’s new book, Chicago Modernism and the Ludlow Typograph: Douglas C. McMurtrie and Robert Hunter Middleton at Work 

    The lavishly illustrated book documents the improbable collaboration between the brash McMurtrie and his soft-spoken colleague at Ludlow, Robert Middleton. While McMurtrie built a nationwide speaking career espousing typographic modernism, the greatest Chicago practitioner of letterforms modernism was Middleton. Middleton did the exquisite type drawings in house and supervised production. McMurtrie was the promotional man extraordinary. The typefaces they made and sold put Ludlow on the map internationally as a creator, not just a manufacturer in the design world.

    Paul F. Gehl is Curator Emeritus at the Newberry Library in Chicago. He retired in 2016 after 30 years as Custodian of the John M. Wing Foundation, the Newberry’s special collection on history of printing, calligraphy, and the book. He is an historian (Ph.D. Chicago 1976) who has published on textbook history, Chicago calligraphy and design, and the history of the book trade.

    Buy the book

    Chicago Modernism and the Ludlow Typograph is available for $39 including a bookplate signed by the author, tax, and shipping. Books will not be sold at the event.   

    Special offer  

    Add RHM: Robert Hunter Middleton, the Man and His Letters  for only $10. 

    Live attendance limited to Chicago Art Deco Society and Caxton Club members and one guest only. Social Hour 5:30pm with wine, bottled water, and light appetizers. Registration and prepayment is required by September 11. Cost: $15.00

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07/15/2021 Joseph D. Kearney and Thomas W. Merrill on Lakefront: Public Trust and Private Rights in Chicago
06/26/2021 International Kelmscott Day
06/16/2021 Chicago by the Book – Reimagined
06/11/2021 Eric Johnson on Pieces of the Puzzle — Manuscript Fragments & Reconstruction
06/03/2021 John Hoover on A Nation, A City, & Its First Library: Americana as a Way of Life at the St. Louis Mercantile Library for 175 Years
05/26/2021 Teri J. Edelstein on “Art Deco from Paris to Chicago: The 1925 Exposition and the Windy City” presented by the Caxton Club, Chicago Collections Consortium, and the Union League Club of Chicago Library
05/19/2021 Anthony Grafton on Inky Fingers: The Making of Books in Early Modern Europe
05/19/2021 The Bibliographical Society of America presents Early Modern Typography/Race/Gender Roundtable
05/14/2021 Sara Quashnie on Americana Is A Creed - Notable Twentieth Century Collectors, Dealers, And Curators
04/30/2021 Language of Flowers Virtual symposium presented by the Chicago Botanic Garden and the Caxton Club
04/21/2021 Jacqueline Goldsby on “Do Not be Afraid of No:” Gwendolyn Brooks’ Years at Harpers
04/16/2021 The Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine presents Nicholas Fry on "Walking the Tightrope—John Garrett and the B&O In the Spring and Summer of 1861"
04/07/2021 The Union League Club of Chicago presents the Outstanding Book on the History of Chicago 2021 Award Virtual Award Ceremony
03/24/2021 Kinohi Nishikawa on "Toward a Black Book Aesthetic"
03/17/2021 Silvia Beltrametti - An Irish Program on an Irish Night – Pirated Caricatures in Nineteenth Century Dublin
03/12/2021 Carl Smith on Chicago’s Great Fire
03/02/2021 The Newberry presents An Unscripted Look at a Script Type: Matthew Carter and Jill Gage on the Design of Snell Roundhand
02/25/2021 Brian McCammack and Courtney Joseph on Landscapes of Hope
02/17/2021 Shauna Collier, Head Librarian of the National Museum of African American History and Culture Library
02/12/2021 Craig Fehrman on Author In Chief
02/09/2021 Marcia Walker-McWilliams, on "The Black Metropolis Research Consortium: Fifteen Years of Documenting and Sharing Black Chicago's History”
02/03/2021 Michelangelo Sabatino and Susan S. Benjamin on Modern in the Middle: Chicago Houses 1929–75
01/19/2021 Rebecca Romney and Heather O’Donnell on “Building The Future of Rare Books: Two Booksellers’ Experiences in Outreach”
01/08/2021 Miles Harvey — Interviewed on The King of Confidence
12/16/2020 Making Our Mark: Celebrating 125 Years
12/11/2020 Ann Durkin Keating on Juliette Kinzie
11/19/2020 Neil Harris on “Chicago Apartments: A Century and Beyond of Lakefront Luxury”
11/18/2020 Panel Discussion: “Artists’ Books, The Institutional Perspective”
11/13/2020 Dwight Cleveland on Movie Posters
11/10/2020 Neil Harris on “Chicago Apartments: A Century and Beyond of Lakefront Luxury”
10/21/2020 Simon Loxley on “In Search of Emery Walker”
10/09/2020 Bonnie Mak Opens a Cabinet of Curiosities
09/16/2020 Nick Basbanes on “Henry and Fanny Longfellow: Palm Branches and Passion Flowers”
09/11/2020 Jennifer Hain Teper on “Conservation: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”
08/10/2020 Lazy Days of Summer Sale
06/12/2020 Mary Wisniewski on Nelson Algren
06/04/2020 ABAA Virtual Book Fair
06/01/2020 Honey & Wax Book Collecting Prize Applications due June 1
05/20/2020 Annual Meeting/State of the Club
03/18/2020 CANCELLED - Jennifer Gunter King and Nick Twemlow on Emory’s Raymond Danowski Poetry Library
03/13/2020 CANCELLED - Marcy Dinius on Radical Types In American Antislavery Print
02/19/2020 Lia Markey on “The Nova Reperta and Renaissance Representations of Invention and Globalization”
02/14/2020 On The Move | Open House | SAIC Letter Press Studio
02/14/2020 Cara Bertram on The American Library Association Goes To War
02/14/2020 On The Move | Round Table Discussion | Letterpress Printing in Chicago: Its Current State, History, and Legacy
02/13/2020 Art Happens: Amazing Women
01/15/2020 Audrey Niffenegger on Make No Small Plans – The Quest for an Artist Book House
01/10/2020 James Hagy on Fair Tricks: Magicians at the Columbian Exposition
01/08/2020 Miles Harvey — Interviewed on The King of Confidence
12/18/2019 Revels: Our Annual Holiday Event of Magic, Fellowship, Music, and Book Auction
12/13/2019 Nina Barrett on Leopold & Loeb
12/11/2019 Books that Built Chicago
12/08/2019 Chicago by the Book: Ethical Humanist Society Panel Discussion
12/03/2019 Firelines: Midwestern Praire Restoration | Jill Metcoff and Mike Mossman
11/15/2019 Frederic Goudy & H.G. Wells: The Time Traveler's Typeface | A Conversation with Artist Rex Parker
11/08/2019 Libby Hill on The Chicago River
10/21/2019 Chicago by the Book: 101 Publications That Shaped the City and Its Image
10/16/2019 Lilla Vekerdy and Morgan Aronson their ABECEDARIUM from Rare Smithsonian Volumes
10/11/2019 Daniel Immerwahr on How To Hide An Empire
10/07/2019 Cocktails & Conversations with Nina Barrett on "The Leopold and Loeb Files"
10/02/2019 Let's Do It: Twenty-three Years of Book and Paper
09/18/2019 Dr. Tim Benson on Political Cartoons from a British Perspective
09/17/2019 Political Cartoons: Then and Now with Panelists Tim Benson, Anthony Mourek, and Scott Stantis
09/13/2019 Peggy Glowacki on Mary Hastings Bradley
09/11/2019 Corr-Proust: A New Digital Edition of Marcel Proust's Correspondence
06/25/2019 Course | The Chicago School of Urban Sociology Past and Present | Clinton E. Stockwell M.A; M.L.A.; Ph.D.
06/19/2019 Dinner Program | Bruce Kennett on “W. A. Dwiggins: A Life in Design”
06/15/2019 Chicago Book and Paper Fair
06/15/2019 Volunteer Opportunity | Channel Your Inner Bookseller, Meet Fellow Bibliophiles | Chicago Book and Paper Fair
06/08/2019 Chicago by the Book: Writing that Defines a City with contributors Nina Barrett, Neil Harris and Tim Lacy | Printers Row Lit Fest
06/07/2019 Luncheon Program | The Opening Kickoff | Dave Revsine
06/06/2019 Caxton on the Move | Tour and Dinner | Everyone's Art Gallery: Posters of the London Underground
05/21/2019 "The Chicago Tradition" -- ULCC History and "Chicago by the Book" | Kim Coventry, Carl Smith, and Will Hansen
05/21/2019 The Caxton Club is Invited by U of C Library Society and Court Theatre | The Adaptations of Augie March and The Adventures of Augie March
05/15/2019 Dinner Program and Annual Business Meeting | Lynne M. Thomas on “Making Mr. Darcy: Cultural Context for the Regency Gentleman”
05/10/2019 Luncheon Program | Preserving The Legacy or Digitizing Dime Novels | Matthew Short
05/04/2019 Panel Discussion | Four Views on Chicago by the Book | David Buisseret, Teri Edelstein, Bob Karrow, and Susan F. Rossen
05/04/2019 Volunteer Opportunity | Channel Your Inner Bookseller, Meet Fellow Bibliophiles | Chicago Antiquarian Book Fair
05/01/2019 First Printing of Chicago by the Book Available at May Meetings
04/25/2019 Caxton on the Move | Panel Discussion | Chicago by the Book: The Federal Writers Project’s Illinois Unit
04/24/2019 "Rosenwald" a film by Aviva Kempner | Presented by ULCC Archives Subcommittee
04/17/2019 Dinner Program | Eric White on “The Gutenberg Bible”
04/11/2019 Architecture Lecture Series | Chicago by the Book: 101 Publications That Shaped the City and Its Image
04/10/2019 Cocktails & Conversations with Alex Kotlowitz & Ben Austen
04/02/2019 Course | The Chicago Tradition of Literary Naturalism | Clinton E. Stockwell M.A; M.L.A.; Ph.D.
03/20/2019 Dinner Program | Anton Roman, The Pioneering Bookseller and Publisher of the American West | John Crichton
03/08/2019 Luncheon Program | Lost Restaurants of Chicago | Greg Borzo
03/07/2019 Luncheon | Celebrating Women of Illinois: Past, Present and Future | Rebecca Sive
02/10/2019 Panel Discussion | Celia Hilliard, Dan Meyer & Timothy Mennel - Chicago by the Book
02/08/2019 Luncheon Program | February 8
02/07/2019 Panel Discussion | Susan Rossen, Nina Barrett, Dominic Pacyga, and Garry Wills on Chicago by the Book | Bookends & Beginnings
02/07/2019 On The Move | Curated Tour and Private Dinner | Chicago by the Book: Pivotal Works That Changed Chicago
01/30/2019 RESCHEDULED: On the Move | American Writers Museum
01/16/2019 January 2019 Dinner Program
01/14/2019 Exhibition Ending March 22 | Chicago by the Book: Pivotal Works that Changed Chicago
01/11/2019 January 2019 Luncheon Program
12/12/2018 December Dinner: Revels 2018
12/07/2018 December 2018 Luncheon Program
11/28/2018 November 2018 Dinner Program - One Week Later
11/09/2018 Stranger Than Fiction presents Kim Coventry & Susan F. Rossen on AuthorsVoice.net
11/09/2018 November 2018 Luncheon Program
11/06/2018 Eye of the Beholder: Visitor Experience at 19th-Century World Fairs A Lecture by Ruth Slatter
10/12/2018 October 2018 Luncheon Program
10/11/2018 Clare Asquith: Shakespeare and the Resistance
09/25/2018 On the Move: September 25, 2018
09/21/2018 Sept 2018 Luncheon Program
09/13/2018 Bruce Rogers, Modern Design, and Chicago’s Caxton Club
09/12/2018 Sept 2018 Dinner Program
06/20/2018 June 2018 Dinner Meeting
06/08/2018 June 2018 Luncheon Meeting
05/16/2018 May 2018 Dinner Meeting
05/11/2018 May 2018 Luncheon Meeting
04/18/2018 April 2018 Dinner Meeting
03/21/2018 March 2018 Dinner Meeting
03/09/2018 March 2018 Luncheon Meeting
02/21/2018 February 2018 Dinner Meeting
02/09/2018 February 2018 Luncheon Meeting
01/17/2018 January 2018 Dinner Meeting
01/12/2018 January 2018 Luncheon Meeting
01/04/2018 Caxton Club - Chicago Map Society Joint Event
12/13/2017 December 2017 Revels - Dinner
12/08/2017 December 2017 Luncheon Meeting
11/15/2017 November 2017 Dinner Meeting
11/10/2017 November 2017 Luncheon Meeting
10/18/2017 October 2017 Dinner Meeting
10/13/2017 October 2017 Luncheon Meeting
10/06/2017 Caxton On the Move October 2017
09/20/2017 September 2017 Dinner Meeting
09/08/2017 September 2017 Luncheon Meeting
06/21/2017 June 2017 Dinner Meeting
06/13/2017 Caxton Club On the Move June 2017
06/09/2017 June 2017 Luncheon Meeting
05/17/2017 May 2017 Dinner Meeting
05/12/2017 May 2017 Luncheon Meeting
04/19/2017 April 2017 Dinner Meeting
03/15/2017 March 2017 Dinner Meeting
03/10/2017 March 2017 Luncheon Meeting
02/15/2017 February 2017 Dinner Meeting
02/10/2017 February 2017 Luncheon Meeting
01/18/2017 January 2017 Dinner Meeting
01/13/2017 January 2017 Luncheon Meeting
12/14/2016 December 2016 Dinner Meeting
12/09/2016 December 2016 Luncheon Meeting
11/16/2016 November 2016 Dinner Meeting
11/11/2016 November 2016 Luncheon Meeting
10/19/2016 October 2016 Dinner Meeting
10/14/2016 October 2016 Luncheon Meeting
09/21/2016 September 2016 Dinner Meeting
09/09/2016 September 2016 Luncheon Meeting
06/15/2016 June 2016 Dinner Meeting
06/10/2016 June 2016 Luncheon Meeting
05/18/2016 May 2016 Dinner Meeting
05/13/2016 May 2016 Luncheon Meeting
04/20/2016 April 2016 Dinner Meeting
03/11/2016 March 2016 Luncheon Meeting
03/09/2016 The Great Caxton Bookbinding Auction
02/17/2016 February 2016 Dinner Meeting
02/12/2016 February 2016 Luncheon Meeting
01/20/2016 January 2016 Dinner Meeting
01/08/2016 January 2016 Luncheon Meeting
12/16/2015 December 2015 Dinner Meeting
12/11/2015 December 2015 Luncheon Meeting
11/18/2015 November 2015 Dinner Meeting
11/13/2015 November 2015 Luncheon Meeting
10/21/2015 October 2015 Dinner Meeting
10/09/2015 October 2015 Luncheon Meeting
09/16/2015 September 2015 Dinner Meeting
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06/17/2015 June 2015 Dinner Meeting
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02/18/2015 February 2015 Dinner Meeting
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01/21/2015 Janurary 2015 Dinner Meeting
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12/17/2014 December 2014 Dinner Meeting
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11/19/2014 November 2014 Dinner Meeting
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10/15/2014 October 2014 Dinner Meeting
10/10/2014 October 2014 Luncheon Meeting
09/17/2014 September 2014 Dinner Meeting
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05/21/2014 May 2014 Dinner Meeting
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04/16/2014 April 2014 Dinner Meeting
03/19/2014 March 2014 Dinner Meeting
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01/22/2014 January 2014 Dinner Meeting
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12/18/2013 December 2013 Dinner Meeting
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11/20/2013 November 2013 Dinner Meeting
11/11/2013 November 2013 Special Event
11/08/2013 November 2013 Luncheon Meeting
10/16/2013 October 2013 Dinner Meeting
10/11/2013 October 2013 Luncheon Meeting
09/18/2013 September 2013 Dinner Meeting
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06/19/2013 June 2013 Dinner Meeting
06/14/2013 June 2013 Luncheon Meeting
05/15/2013 May 2013 Dinner Meeting
05/10/2013 May 2013 Luncheon Meeting
04/17/2013 April 2013 Dinner Meeting
04/06/2013 2013 Caxton/Newberry Symposium
03/20/2013 March 2013 Dinner Meeting
03/15/2013 An Extra Dinner for March 2013
03/08/2013 March 2013 Luncheon Meeting
02/20/2013 February 2013 Dinner Meeting
02/08/2013 February 2013 Luncheon Meeting
01/16/2013 Janurary 2013 Dinner Meeting
01/11/2013 January 2013 Luncheon Meeting
12/12/2012 December 2012 Dinner Meeting
12/07/2012 December 2012 Luncheon Meeting
11/14/2012 November 2012 Dinner Meeting
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10/17/2012 October 2012 Dinner Meeting
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06/20/2012 June 2012 Dinner Meeting
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01/18/2012 January 2012 Dinner Meeting
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12/14/2011 December 2011 Dinner Meeting
12/09/2011 December 2011 Luncheon Meeting
11/11/2011 November 2011 Luncheon Meeting
11/09/2011 November 2011 Dinner Meeting
10/19/2011 October 2011 Dinner Meeting
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06/15/2011 June 2011 Dinner Meeting
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03/18/2011 March 2011 Symposium Dinner
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02/16/2011 February 2011 Dinner Meeting
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01/19/2011 January 2011 Dinner Meeting
01/14/2011 January 2011 Luncheon Meeting
12/15/2010 December 2010 Dinner Meeting - Revels & Auction!
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11/16/2010 November 2010 Dinner Meeting
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10/20/2010 October 2010 Dinner Meeting
10/07/2010 October 2010 Luncheon Meeting
09/15/2010 September 2010 Dinner Meeting
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06/17/2010 June Dinner
06/11/2010 June Lunch
01/20/2010 January Dinner Meeting
12/16/2009 December 2009 Dinner Meeting - Revels & Auction!
04/04/2009 2009 Caxton/Newberry Symposium on the Book
12/10/2008 December 2008 Dinner Meeting - Revels & Auction!
12/05/2008 December 2008 Luncheon Meeting



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