Thirty Miles North: A History of Lake Forest College, Its Town, and Its City of Chicago

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30 Miles North chronicles the social, political, and intellectual development of Lake Forest College, a liberal arts college located north of Chicago, from 1855 to the present. It examines the establishment and growth of the town of Lake Forest and the city of Chicago and their influence on the College. The book also includes a discussion of collegiate life including athletics, campus and local architecture, and landscaping.

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