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Cedarville Historical Museum


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Located in a 116 year-old school building in Cedarville, the Cedarville Historical Museum's main exhibit focuses on Jane Addams, Cedarville native who was the first women to win a Nobel Peace Prize and who founded Chicago's Hull House, famous for its neighborhood social service.


Admission: Free, but donations welcomed.
Hours: Sunday: 1pm-4pm
Address: 450 W. Second Street
Phone: 800-369-2955
Our Email: stephcvb@aeroinc.net
Our Website:www.uic.edu/jaddams/hull/cedarville

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