The Peace Museum

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This article is about the museum in Chicago. For other uses, see peace museum.

The Peace Museum in Chicago was founded in 1981 by Mark Rogovin and Marjorie Craig Benton, a former US UNICEF representative. It was one of two peace museums in the US. The other is the Dayton International Peace Museum. It closed sometime in the first decade of the 21st century and in 2011, a suit was brought by the State of Illinois to protect and distribute its collection.[1]


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