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  1. Nancy-Did you know that In the Garden of the Beasts had an Evanston connection? We worked at the Northwestern Library with Hans Panofsky, whose family rented their house in Berlin near the zoo to the American ambassador with the understanding that they could live in the attic. Somehow they got out of Germany and Hans went on to become an expert in African studies and lived most of his life in Evanston. Sandy Whiteley