The talks affected take place on Tuesday October 7 (Molly Wright Steenson), Tuesday November 11 (Alison Fisher), and Tuesday December 2 (David Schalliol).
The International Museum of Surgical Science is located in a historic lakeside mansion constructed in 1917 under the careful direction of Eleanor Robinson Countiss to house her family. Her father, an executive of the Diamond Match Company, generously provided the home building fund. One of the few remaining lakefront mansions, and the only one open to the public, the building received historic status in 1988, and is listed in the National Register and the Illinois Register of Historic Places and is a City of Chicago Landmark.
For directions and parking options, please visit imss.org/parking.htm
To learn and support the restoration of the Charnley-Persky House, please visit sah.org