Friends of Astrology
Friends of Astrology
The oldest astrological organization currently operating in the Chicago area. It was founded in 1938 with Mary Adams as its first president, and it was incorporated two years later. It functions to raise the standards of astrology and to educate students of astrology. It provides a gathering place where serious students of the subject can continue their learning and improve their competence. It currently operates through several branches in Chicago and its suburbs and publishes a monthly newsletter, Friends of Astrology Bulletin. Address: 514 N. Richmond Rd., Westmont, IL 60559. Website: http://www.toonland.com/astro/index.html.
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