The Hyde Park Book Club Presents:Chicago Artists Colonies with Author Keith M. Stolte August 17, 2020
A virtual tour of The West Woodlawn Residence of Chicago Policy King Henry Young with CLINEE HEDSPETH
Hyde Park Book Club Monday, September 21, 2020 7:30pm VIA ZOOM Discussions with: Mark Larson, author of: Ensemble: An Oral History of Chicago Theater All are welcome! Hyde Park Historical Society Chicago Hyde Park Village [...]
Hyde Park Book Club Monday, October 19, 2020 7:30pm Discussions with: Carlo Rotella, author of: The World is Always Coming to an End Pulling together and apart in a Chicago neighborhood All are welcome! Hyde Park Historical [...]
Hyde Park Historical Society Community Archiving of COVID-19
COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, is a worldwide pandemic that has had wide reaching impacts on every member of our community.
The Hyde Park Historical Society wants to hear from you about how you, your family, and our community are being affected. Please tell us your story so we can add your voice to the history of our community. While the Historical Society is focused on the Hyde Park Township area, we value responses from anyone who would like to participate.
Please fill out the form at COVID-19 Hyde Park Archive to share your story with us.
If you would like to share photographs or a video, or both, please email them to email@example.com.
If you would like to submit a diary or journal of your experience, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to the HPHS Headquarters.
Any physical ephemera can be mailed to the Hyde Park Historical Society’s Headquarters at 5529 S Lake Park Ave, Chicago, IL 60637. Anything received will not returned to the sender and will become property of the Historical Society.
We at the Hyde Park Historical Society hope to be able to share selected stories with the community on an ongoing basis.
Hyde Park Book Club Monday, September 21, 2020 7:30pm VIA ZOOM Discussions with: Mark Larson, [...]
A Virtual Tour: Chicago Policy King Historic Residence in West Woodlawn! with Clinée Hedspeth VIA [...]
One of the world’s most remarkable outdoor art treasures lies hidden in plain sight along Chicago’s Lake Michigan waterfront — carvings in the stone revetments that line the lakeshore, many of them spectacular, most by anonymous creators, and almost none of them noticed by the millions of people who enjoy the city’s unobstructed shore. Join William Swislow, who has photographed thousands of these carvings, including many in Hyde Park, to view examples of this art underfoot, to hear its story, and to learn about the carvers who made it and the shoreline that was their canvas.