Just in time for the holidays, Evanston Now is offering readers who sign up for a voluntary subscription a copy of a book designed for those who care about our community.

It’s “Evanston: 150 Years 150 Places,” produced by Design Evanston to celebrate the city’s notable architecture.

You can support Evanston Now’s mission of providing independent, locally-produced news and get the soft-cover book that provides a photographic guide to some of the most impressive buildings in town.

An image of 1627 Wesley Ave. included in the book. (Photo by Jack Weiss)

From surviving examples of 18th Century cottages, through the home at 1627 Wesley Ave. architect Myron Hunt designed for himself, to contemporary structures, the book offers facts you probably didn’t know about buildings you’ve likely passed by often.

From now until Dec. 31, sign up for a voluntary subscription of $50 or more, and we’ll send you — with our thanks — a copy of the book.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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