510 N. LaSalle St.
Sat, Oct 15: 12pm - 4pm
Sun, Oct 16: 12pm - 4pm
Stanley Tigerman, 1979
Marion and Horace E. McConnell Memorial Building
Leon Stanhope, 1936
Founded in 1899 and celebrating its 120th anniversary this year, The Anti-Cruelty Society is Chicago’s oldest animal welfare organization. They accept any animal for any reason and find homes for over 5,700 each year. The main adoption center, completed in 1979, was designed by Stanley Tigerman with a facade that represents the face of a basset hound. The Art Deco facade on Grand Avenue dates to 1936.
The Main Adoption Center will be open and visitors are invited to see the adoption areas and outside courtyard.