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RE: now ceres mythology.---attending fair?

Interesting.... and here I live in the chgoland area and never realized
it was there... geesssssss.

I will say that the lake front and museum areas have had a large design
change in the last few years. Our current mayor's wife is into gardens
and the city is lucky that her wishes are granted. They have done an
outstanding job.


>     The Chicago Board of Trade rears up at the end of LaSalle Street
> the
> prow of a financial Titanic. But this one seems to really be
> Designed in 1928 by architects Holabird and Root, the limestone facade
> an
> elegant Art Deco landmark, topped by artist John Storrbs silvery
> of Ceres,
> the Roman goddess of grain. She holds a sheaf of wheat in one hand,
and a
> bag
> of corn in the other. Itbs perfectly natural to mistake the latter
for a
> sack
> of money,
>     www.michael.leland.name/chi016.htm
>         Ceres

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