Former Berwyn Resident, Veteran Honored
A veteran of World War II and former Berwyn resident, who was killed along with several others in a military plane crash in Nebraska in 1943, was among those honored when a Nebraska village dedicated a marker in their memory in August.
Sgt. William G. Williams was one of seventeen victims when two B-24 bombers collided in midair north of Milligan, Nebraska, on October 25, 1943, near Fairmont Army Air Field. Milligan is located about 45 miles southwest of Lincoln….to read more download the PDF
Thank you all for a successful 4th Bungalow Tour 2010
I am pleased to share that the 2010 bungalow tour was a success. The tour is the largest annual fundraiser for the Society, so it is always my hope that turnout of tour participants will be strong. We had roughly 300 people through the houses on Sunday, September 26, not a bad number when you consider we took a year off from holding the event and then changed the time of year it took place.
This year we had the chance to showcase some especially lovely houses which were not the traditional
brick, Chicago-style bungalows synonymous with Berwyn. The organizing committee quickly agreed that it was an opportunity not to be passed up. David Olson, president of the BHS, suggested giving this year’s tour a title which would encompass the additional housing styles added to the bungalow roster. He suggested we call the tour “Bungalows and More.” We did just that and, liking the flexibility it allowed us, plan to use it for future tours….
The newsletter also includes: “Former Berwyn Resident, Veteran Honored”, “Berwyn World War I Memorial Restored”, “What Happened ‘Back Then’?”, “Thank you all for a successful 4th Bungalow Tour 2010”, “The Depot District”, “How You Can Help the BHS”