Chicago Open Archives event: The ULCC Open Archives activity will be held in the Club’s fourth floor library. Through selected books, documents, and artifacts from the ULCC Archives and Special Collections, this presentation will tell the multi-layered stories of ULCC member involvement in Chicago history.
Each presentation will last approximately 1 hour. Advance registration is required. This event is free of charge.
Please note: the ULCC has a strict dress code which does not allow shorts, athletic attire, or faded/torn/distressed denim. It does allow casual attire (slacks, dress denim, collared shirts, turtlenecks and sweaters) on Saturdays in the Clubhouse. Visitors will enter the lobby via the Jackson Street or Federal Street entrance. All visitors will gather in the lobby and then be escorted to the fourth floor library. No visitors will be allowed to be un-escorted in the building. Parking is available in the parking garage adjacent to the building on Federal Street.
Established in 1879 to uphold the sacred obligations of citizenship, to promote honesty and efficiency in government, and to support cultural institutions and the beautification of the city, the Union League Club of Chicago is a private club that has been a contributing partner in the growth and development of Chicago. Through the efforts of its membership, the Club is a catalyst for action in the political, economic and social arenas—focusing its leadership and resources on important social issues.