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Flash mob out to thank the Chicago History Museum
Special to the online edition of Windy City Times
2012-03-28

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There was a flash mob to thank the Chicago History Museum for its "Out in Chicago" exhibit March 25.

The "Out in Chicago" exhibits displayed 150 years of urban history through the lens of gender, sexuality and nonconformity. It closed March 26. Photos by Ed Negron


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