Restoring the Roundhouse
Nesheba Kittling was featured in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin article “Restoring the Roundhouse” on March 13, 2015.
The article featured a picture of Nesheba speaking to the crowd gathered at the DuSable Museum of African American History’s Roundhouse expansion project fundraiser on Feb. 26. The event was hosted by the Cook County Bar Association and organized by Fisher Phillips LLP. The Roundhouse was built in 1880, designed by Daniel Burnham and is being restored by the museum after sitting vacant for over 50 years while it was used as storage by the Chicago Park District.