Tag Archives: Oral History


Georgia Lloyd Reminisces

  Gazette Article by: Joan Peck Appeared in the Gazette: Winter 1996 Recently I visited with Georgia Lloyd in the house she renovated at 455 Birch Street. The house was built in 1920 by her mother, Lola Maverick Lloyd, and Georgia grew up there with her brother and two sisters. The Lloyd family’s reputation for […]

An Interview with Arthur Hershkowitz

Gazette Article by: Sarah Peck and Shale Harper Appeared in the Gazette: Fall/Winter 2002 Mr. Hershkowitz walked into the room with confidence. As he sat down, we noticed that he looked very comfortable talking about the war. He started right in with what rank and section he was. As he explained to us a short […]

Winnetka Way: David James

Gazette Article by: Betsy Landes Appeared in the Gazette: Fall/Winter 2008 Last spring, former long-time Winnetka resident David James sat down for an interview with Brit Schneiders, then a junior at New Trier. For a history assignment, Brit needed to tape an interview with someone whose life experiences— in a political campaign, foreign service, a […]