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Step Back into a 1950s Valentines Day

In February, the 1950s Park Forest House Museum has a Valentines Day theme.  The classroom is decorated for a 1950s Valentines Day party with vintage valentines and crepe paper candy baskets, and construction paper heart-shaped valentine “mailboxes” on each desk.  Red honeycomb, puffy hearts are hung around the room.  Vintage[Read More…]

PFHS Archivist’s Column February 2010

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Reader Blogs are Back at eNews Park Forest!

Dear Readers of eNews Park Forest: Our reader blogs are back! You are welcome once again to write blog entries.  eNews Park Forest is not responsible for the content of any blog entries. Registration on site is required to write blog entries. In addition, you may now login to eNews[Read More…]