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• Discover the Georgian Revival exteriors of the Union League Club of Chicago. Georgian Revival is a style of architecture that originated during the reign of the four King Georges which lasted between 1714 and 1830. The American Centennial in 1876 saw a surge in the popularity of the style thanks to the reemergence of American colonial style.

• Admire the collections at the George N Leighton Library, one of the oldest amenities of the club. This dynamic resource is staffed by a team of professional librarians who strive to meet patron needs and to keep the collections relevant. Materials are selected for the Library in response to member interests; all attempts are made to acquire the latest in popular literature and film. The library is named for George N. Leighton who served as a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. He was a great lawyer who worked with clients such as Martin Luther King, Jr.

• Walk through the art galleries and browse the collection that includes 700 statues, paintings, and other works of art including a work by noted French Impressionist Claude Monet. The painting in question is a beautiful landscape Monet painted in the 1870s titled "Pommiers en fleurs”. It was painted while he and his family lived in Argenteuil, a resort town on the Seine River, which was a significant inspiration to Monet.

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