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Frances Willard House Museum
The Frances Willard House Museum is the former home and office of Frances Willard, a well-known social reformer from the 19th century. Frances was an author, a public speaker and served as president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union from 1879 to 1898. The house, a National Historic Landmark in Evanston was established as a museum in 1900.
After touring the house museum, stroll through the nearby Northwestern University campus, while visiting the Chicago area. The Best Western University Plaza is located three blocks from the museum for travelers who are ready to rest comfortably while in the Windy City.
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