Chicago Museum Halfway to Fundraising Goal

Chicago Museum Halfway to Fundraising Goal
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Soon, when you visit Chicago, you'll be able to stop into the Angel Harvey Center, part of the new National Radio Hall of Fame and Museum.
The facility is planned by the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago, which said it has raised $9 million, half of the money it needs.
Contributors include Arthur C. Nielsen Jr., $400,000; the Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation, $1.3 million; Mitchell Rubin of Veridian Health, $300,000; the Judd A. and Marjorie G. Weinberg Foundation, $250,000; and the Bergen Foundation of Hollywood, $100,000.
The public program venue will be named the Angel Harvey Center to salute Harvey for more than $2 million she has contributed over the years; others will see their names prominently in the facility as well.
The National Radio Hall of Fame and Museum in the Museum of Broadcast Communications will be located at State and Kinzie Streets. Construction is to begin in spring.

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