Business and commerce are not usually associated with Kenilworth even though the village was founded as a business venture. In 1889 Joseph Sears, following the purchase of 208.6 acres for $135,000, founded the Kenilworth Company. A brochure from 1890 advertised Kenilworth as “The Model Suburban Home.” The promotion of Kenilworth’s healthy environment and good schools […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on How Can I Help You: Business and Commerce in Kenilworth
Interested in historic architecture? Do you own a historic house or are you interested in buying one? Or do you just enjoy learning about historic architecture and older homes? The Kenilworth Historical Society is hosting a group of speakers who will address the many aspects of owning or buying a historic home. After the presentations there […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Historic House Program
Take a look at our Spring Newsletter! Read about recent exhibits, donations, and other happenings at the historical society.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Spring Newsletter
The Kenilworth Historical Society is opening up the lobby display case for public exhibits. If you have a personal collection you would like to share with the community please let us know. Create a display with your antique toy, rock, and mineral, baseball card, or any other collection you may have. Collectors of every age […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Share your collection!