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Tags: Chicago | Furniture Store | House | Obama | Archives

Former Chicago Furniture Store to House Obama Library Archives

Former Chicago Furniture Store to House Obama Library Archives
(AP)

Wednesday, 01 June 2016 11:06 AM

A former furniture store in Chicago is set to house the archives of President Barack Obama.

The Chicago Tribune
says "a massive volume of paperwork, electronic data and artifacts" destined to be part of the future Obama Presidential Center will temporarily sit in 74,000 square feet of space at the old Plunkett Home Furnishings building in the Windy City's northwest suburbs.

The ultimate destination of the material is not yet known. Obama has yet to say where the center for his archives will be built. But The Tribune says sites in Jackson and Washington parks are under consideration.

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A former furniture store in Chicago is set to house the archives of President Barack Obama.
Chicago, Furniture Store, House, Obama, Archives
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2016-06-01
Wednesday, 01 June 2016 11:06 AM
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