Sulzer Regional Chicago Public Library

Sulzer Regional Chicago Public Library

4455 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60625

(312) 744-7616
www.chipublib.org/branch/details/library/sulzer-regional/

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Sulzer Regional Library, formerly the Hild Regional Library, opened in 1985. The library houses artwork entitled Petrouchka, by Nicholas Africano; an oil on canvas, Untitled, by Sandra Jorgensen and a mural entitled The Aeneid, by Irene Siegel. The art was funded through the Percent for Art Ordinance administered by the City of Chicago Public Art Program. The Sulzer Regional Library houses the Northside Neighborhood History Collection which includes the Ravenswood-Lakeview Community Collection.

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