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I began volunteering at the Evanston History Center (home of the Evanston Women’s History Project) in 2010 and, since that time, it has become a significant and fulfilling part of my life in the community. My experience began with organizing and cataloging historical source material, including the extensive newspaper clipping files – my personal favorite […]

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Lori Osborne, director of the Evanston Women’s History Project, was recently invited to speak on a panel covering the topic of Temperance and Woman Suffrage at the National Archives in Washington D.C. In partnership with the Sewall-Belmont House & Museum, the National Archives hosts an annual women’s history month event and this year the event […]

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Hi all, I’m Stella, EWHP’s Research Assistant, and the person that updates this blog regularly. I’m primarily responsible for coordinating our research volunteers, spearheading research, and spreading the word on the Project. Like the Project Coordinator, Lori Osborne, I also have many other tasks. Sometimes, it feels like I do the jobs of many different […]

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Project Coordinator. A short and misleading title. It sounds so simple, but it belies the fact that long-time Evanston resident Lori Osborne, EWHP’s Project Coordinator, does the job of about three different people. First, Lori oversees the work that I do each week. We have weekly (sometimes twice weekly) meetings to keep communication between us […]

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