Girl Reporter: Tracing the Role of Women at the Chicago Tribune
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McCormick House docent Laurie Russell examines the groundbreaking use of women reporters, editors and columnists at the Chicago Tribune beginning with World War I.
Robert McCormick’s innovations in publishing are well known. This presentation, by McCormick House docent Laurie Russell, examines McCormick’s groundbreaking use of women reporters, editors and columnists at the Chicago Tribune beginning with World War I. He also capitalized on the changing role of women after the Great War by appealing directly to their tastes and interests. This program in McCormick House’s Freedom Hall is suited for ages 14 and up. There is no cost to attend but advanceView more
Free program, parking $5.
1s151 Winfield Road, Wheaton, IL 60189
Cantigny’s regular daily parking fee is $5 per car. Parking is free on the first Wednesday of every month. On Saturdays and Sundays, May through September, parking is $10. The $10 rate also applies on Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day. Parking is free at all times for Cantigny Park members, Honor Club members, and those attending ticketed events or other fee-based programs.