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
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!
The historic Kenilworth Metra train station, still in heavy use today by commuters and visitors alike, makes a picturesque place to hold our newest exhibit – “The History of Kenilworth “, brought to you by The Kenilworth Historical Society. Over the coming year, or more, new installments will continue to inform and entertain riders waiting […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Kenilworth Train Station Exhibit