Proposed Site In Jackson Park, Chicago For The Barack Obama Presidential Library and Museum – From April 18, 2015

The Noble Academy Lady Griffins celebrate their 3 to 0 win over the Hansberry College Prep Lady Bengals Saturday afternoon, April 18, 2015, on Jackson Park Field.  Jackson Park Field is within the area of Jackson Park bound by Stony Island Avenue on the west, Cornell Avenue on the east, 60th Street on the north, and 63rd Street on the South, that has been proposed as one of the potential sites for the Barack Obama Presidential Library.

 

A swing set on April 18, 2015 in the area of Jackson Park proposed as one of the potential sites for the Barack Obama Presidential Library.  This image was published in the April 22, 2015 issue of the Hyde Park Herald.
A walking path on April 18, 2015 in the area of Jackson Park that has been proposed as one of the potential sites for the Barack Obama Presidential Library.

 

A comfort station on April 18, 2015 in the area of Jackson Park that has been proposed as one of the potential sites for the Barack Obama Presidential Library.
An empty bottle of Natural Ice©beer on April 18, 2015 left near a playground in the area of Jackson Park that has been proposed as one of the potential sites for the Barack Obama Presidential Library.
A view of Hyde Park Academy High School, 6220 S. Stony Island Ave. on April 18, 2015, from the area of Jackson Park that has been proposed as one of the potential sites for the Barack Obama Presidential Library.
As her flag football teammates Lena Bivins (center) and Vanessa Abron (right) watch, Charity Seaborn does a practice run Saturday afternoon, April 18, 2015, on Jackson Park Field.  This image was published in the April 22, 2015 issue of the Hyde Park Herald.

 

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