Chicago History Minute

In August of 1821, Ottawa, Chippewa, and Potwatomi representatives signed a treaty in Chicago, allowing for a road to be built through Michigan, to Detroit.
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Matching Gifts

Corporations encourage their employees, retirees, and directors to join them in the financial support of charitable and cultural institutions. Matching gifts multiply the value of your contribution and are an important source of funding for the Chicago History Museum.

Simply request a matching gift form from your employer, complete the donor section, and send it along with your contribution to the Chicago History Museum. We will do the rest and notify you when the matching gift is received.

For More Information

If you would like more information on making a gift to the Chicago History Museum, please call the development office at 312-799-2114, fax us at 312-799-2414, or write to:

Office of Institutional Advancement
Attn: Matching Gifts Inquiry
Chicago History Museum
1601 N. Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60614

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