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Hinsdale Historical Society [IL]

The Hinsdale Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of the unique historical heritage of Hinsdale, from its founding as a small farming village to its modern day status as a suburb of Chicago. The society owns and operates four historic properties, the Hinsdale History Museum, the R. Harold Zook Home and Studio, the Historic Immanuel Hall, and the Anderson Architecture Center.

The society offers guided individual and group tours of its historic properties and special events. The website offers an events calendar, a history of the society, a history of Hinsdale, and visitor information.