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Century of Progress
Forest Beach
A Fleeting Glimpse
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A Century
of Progress
First conceived as part of the Chicago Plan of 1909, with three of its museums in place by 1930, the Century of Progress Exhibition, a world's fair commemorating the centennial anniversary of the founding of the city held 1933-34, made an indelible print on Chicago's lakefront which endures today...  Read More
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Greetings and I hope your summer is going well.  This Newsletter for Stephen M. Long Architect will feature a residential community developed in a summer vacation resort town, one of the first projects I drafted on computer; and also travel around the South Shore of Lake Michigan and back in time, to visit the origins of the Museum Campus in Chicago, and the Homes of Tomorrow in Beverly Shores...
Forest Beach 
Historically the South Shore of Lake Michigan was a summer vacation destination for many residents of Chicago's South Side...  About 65 miles from Chicago, a YWCA camp was purchased in 1989 and subsequently developed into an upscale residential community...  Read More 
A Fleeting Glimpse
Bronze Sundial Man Enters the Cosmos, designed by Henry Moore, in the Adler Planetarium plaza with the Chicago skyline in the background, photograph by Greg Scheiderer
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Stephen M Long 
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