Tag Archives: Chris Fullerton

Margaret B. Burrows

Gazette Article by: Chris Fullerton Appeared in the Gazette: Spring 1999 “Volunteer.” At the Winnetka Historical Society that term applies to many people who contribute to the organization’s mission. However, one volunteer —Margaret B. (Pat) Burrows—is unequaled in her dedication and long-standing commitment to the Society and its museum. A member of the Society since […]

Gypsy Moths: Severe Threat to Winnetka’s Landscape

Gazette Article by: Chris Fullerton Appeared in the Gazette: Spring 1998 White oaks, featured on Winnetka’s familiar brown and white village signs, are in jeopardy. These majestic trees, some centuries old, may soon fall prey to a tiny foe whose life lasts only one year: the gypsy moth. One of the most notorious enemies of […]

“K” is for Kinney Store

Gazette Article by: Christine Fullerton Appeared in the Gazette: Winter 1997 Several years ago when the Minnesota Historical Society reopened its exhibit area, a unique approach was taken to interpret its history from “A to Z.” Various objects and topics were depicted by “letters,” and visitors moved through the gallery “alphabetically.” The editorial board of […]

“N” is for Neighborhood Circles

Gazette Article by: Chris Fullerton Appeared in the Gazette: Fall 1998 Several years ago when the Minnesota Historical Society reopened its exhibit area, a unique approach was taken to interpret its history from “A to Z.” Various objects and topics were depicted by “letters,” and visitors moved through the gallery “alphabetically.” The editorial board of […]

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“Q” is for Quincy Lamartine Dowd

Gazette Article by: Chris Fullerton Appeared in the Gazette: Summer 1999 Several years ago when the Minnesota Historical Society reopened its exhibit area, a unique approach was taken to interpret its history from “A to Z.” Various objects and topics were depicted by “letters,” and visitors moved through the gallery “alphabetically.” The editorial board of […]