This extraordinary home was constructed in 1913-1914 from plans by Holabird & Roche for Joseph E. Tilt, the owner of a major shoe company. The home boasts elaborate public spaces, fourteen bedrooms, seventeen fireplaces, a billiard room, wine cellar, and gym. Since 1920, it has served as the training headquarters for The Salvation Army, which recently completed a major restoration on what is now called Booth Manor. Don't miss this rare opportunity to tour one of Chicago's most elegant homes!
Strict limit of 25 participants.
Pre-paid reservations required.
$25 per person / $20 for members (with code)
Proceeds benefit the Glessner House Museum House & Collections Committee Fund.