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'''Hyde Park''' and '''Kenwood''' are two closely-linked neighborhoods on the Southside of [[Chicago]], [[Illinois]]. '''Hyde Park''' is home to the Museum of Science and Industry, the Robie House, and the [[University of Chicago]]. '''Kenwood''' is home to the city's first public library and first synagogue.  
 
'''Hyde Park''' and '''Kenwood''' are two closely-linked neighborhoods on the Southside of [[Chicago]], [[Illinois]]. '''Hyde Park''' is home to the Museum of Science and Industry, the Robie House, and the [[University of Chicago]]. '''Kenwood''' is home to the city's first public library and first synagogue.  
  
Famous residents of the Hyde Park-Kenwood neighborhoods include [[Louis Farrakhan]], [[William Ayers]] and [[Barack Obama]].
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Famous residents of the Hyde Park-Kenwood neighborhoods include [[Louis Farrakhan]], [[William Ayers]] and [[Barack Obama]]. [[Ronald Reagan]] moved out when he was four years old.<ref>http://www.mtco.com/~woodford/In%20Memoriam.htm</ref>
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Revision as of 18:08, 5 January 2009

Hyde Park and Kenwood are two closely-linked neighborhoods on the Southside of Chicago, Illinois. Hyde Park is home to the Museum of Science and Industry, the Robie House, and the University of Chicago. Kenwood is home to the city's first public library and first synagogue.

Famous residents of the Hyde Park-Kenwood neighborhoods include Louis Farrakhan, William Ayers and Barack Obama. Ronald Reagan moved out when he was four years old.[1]

External Links

  • Hyde Park-Kenwood Community Conference [1]
  • Hyde Park Historical Society[2]
  • http://www.mtco.com/~woodford/In%20Memoriam.htm