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Julie Keaty interviews Jane Gizyn about living in an old farm house in Evergreen Park. She discusses the variety of businesses and the development of the community.
Nancy Meyer talked about growing up in Evergreen Park in mid 20th century. She had many friends and felt very safe.
"In EP Friends and neighbors are one family. Heart of EP is the people." Childhood was in EP. Life of service, 33 years in the Village. Everybody has a story.
Mary Therese Wasser was interviewed by Joan Wasser O'Malley
Long time Evergreen Park librarian (40 years) talks about growing up in the area, helping students and the changes she's seen in the library.
Fiona was interviewed by Jan Stone-Paris on her family life
The two sisters reminisce on life growing up in EP
Wayne Hastings talked about his time as a part-time village employee and various other jobs he has had.
Dutch and German truck farmers
Life in Evergreen Park
Daniel O'Brien wrote his Master's thesis on the Evergreen Plaza. He is a graduate of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Susan speaks about her childhood and the community of Evergreen Park, a wonderful, vibrant place for families and children.. Her parents instilled a love of culture, literature, art, music, and dance. Her Mom Helen taught her to think for herself.
The memories of growing up, nearby farmland and the tornado of 1968
A loving couple who have been married 45 years and lived in EP for 42
Helen and Bill Brett reminisce with their daughters Sue Enright and Ellie Ryan
Ardith Inman tells Jan Stone-Paris about her days as a school teacher
Julius Fassl tells interviewer Jan Stone-Paris the story of his life.
Mr. Peso is on the Building Commission and the Historical Commission. He speaks about his memories of Evergreen Park and the work the Historical Commission has done to archive items from the past.